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    Messalonskee High School's Elena Guarino, left, comforts teammate Molly Calkans, right, during soccer practice at Messalonskee High School in Oakland on Tuesday, marking two years since the fatal haunted hayride crash that took the life of Cassidy Charette.

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    Colby Charette, third from left, looks to the sky during a moment of silence to remember his sister, Cassidy, before a game against Camden Hills Regional High School at Messalonskee High School in Oakland on Tuesday.

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    Colby Charette, far left, brother of Cassidy Charette, stands in a ray of light at Messalonskee High School in Oakland on Tuesday as the school and teams remember his sister, who killed in a haunted hayride crash two years ago.

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    A few dozen people along with the students of Mount Merici Academy in Waterville gathered near the playground in front of the school on Tuesday morning to mark the two-year anniversary of the death of 17-year-old Cassidy Charette, who was killed after a haunted hayride tipped over at Harvest Hill Farm in Mechanic Falls.

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    Messalonskee High School's Elena Guarino, facing, comforts teammate Molly Calkans (13) during soccer practice at Messalonskee High School in Oakland on Tuesday, marking two years since the fatal haunted hayride crash that took the life of Cassidy Charette.

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    Students at Mount Merici Academy in Waterville placed white roses down in the mulch around a memorial plaque Tuesday as part of a memorial service to remember Oakland teenager Cassidy Charette, who was killed two years ago after a haunted hayride tipped over at Harvest Hill Farm in Mechanic Falls.

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    Members of the Messalonskee High School girls soccer team stand shoulder-to-shoulder with members of the boys soccer team in the formation of the number 11 in memory of Cassidy Charette at Messalonskee High School in Oakland on Tuesday.

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    Members of the Messalonskee High School girls soccer team run laps during practice at Messalonskee High School in Oakland on Tuesday.

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    Mount Merici Academy in Waterville included the message of "Shine on" during a memorial service Tuesday to remember Oakland teenager Cassidy Charette, who was killed two years ago after a haunted hayride tipped over at Harvest Hill Farm in Mechanic Falls.

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