Wednesday, April 23, 2014
From staff reports
(Continued from page 1)
Hayley Bright of North Yarmouth Academy defends against Waynflete's Amy Allen during their lacrosse game Friday in Yarmouth. NYA won, 7-6.
Gregory Rec/Staff Photographer
WINDHAM 3, WESTBROOK 2: Natalie Harkins scored the only goal of the second half as the Eagles (1-0-1) edged the visiting Blue Blazes (0-2).
Sam Gifford and Sam Clapp had first-half goals for Windham, and Jackie Lorenzen made five saves. Gifford also assisted on the winning goal.
Tori Winton had both goals and Lizzy Conley stopped 12 shots for Westbrook.
MARSHWOOD 14, BONNY EAGLE 7: Erica Sedler scored six goals and Natasha Chabot added five for the Hawks (2-0) against the Scots (1-1) at South Berwick.
Emma Collins scored the other three goals for Marshwood, which used an 8-2 run in the second half to pull away. Meghan Lewis made 14 saves.
Kate Boyer led Bonny Eagle with five goals.
CHEVERUS 15, MCAULEY 7: Emily Van Duzer scored nine goals as the Stags (1-1) cruised past the visiting Lions (0-2).
Grace Fitzpatrick added three goals and two assists, and Katie Haley made 10 saves to earn the win.
Sam Paglia led McAuley with a pair of goals. Olivia Porch finished with 12 saves.
CAPE ELIZABETH 15, WELLS 7: Karyn Barrett scored five goals to lead the Capers (2-1) past the Warriors (2-2) at Cape Elizabeth.
Talley Perkins added four goals, and Anna Darling chipped in with two goals and an assist.
Lily Colley scored six goals for Wells.
KENNEBUNK 15, DEERING 4: Camille Auger scored six goals and Brooke Worcester added three as Kennebunk (1-1) downed Deering (0-1-1) at Portland.
Maddie Burns scored a pair of goals for Deering, and Julie Pallozzi finished with 18 saves.
Kennebunk goalie Kelly Renk stopped nine shots.
SANFORD 17, NOBLE 3: Haley Nordmann had four goals and an assist, and Sarah Alexandre and Karissa Steltzer each contributed three goals and two assists as the Redskins (1-1) beat the Knights (0-2) at Sanford.
Krystal Walsh added two goals and Kim Vogel made five saves for Sanford.
Kelsey Goss had two goals, Stephanie Ruger also scored and China Page stopped 22 shots for Noble.
GARDINER 8, CAMDEN HILLS 4: Alecia Griffin had a two-run single in a five-run seventh to help the Tigers (3-1) rally past the Windjammers (2-2) at Rockport.
Hannah Lawrence added an RBI single during the winning rally.
Camden Hills scored four runs in the sixth to erase a 3-0 deficit.
WINSLOW 14, ROCKLAND 1: Kristen Loubier had two triples, a single and three RBI as the Black Raiders (2-2) cruised past the Tigers (0-4) in Winslow.
Rachel Hall added two singles and two RBI, and Allison Leclair had a double and two RBI. Julie Riordan allowed one run on four hits while striking out six and walking three.