Cape Elizabeth cruises past Yarmouth to remain unbeaten in girls’ lacrosse

Lauren Steidl had five goals and two assists and Cape Elizabeth kept its unbeaten record intact with a 14-6 girls’ lacrosse victory Friday against visiting Yarmouth.

Abby McInerney added three goals and two assists for the Capers (5-0). Talley Perkins and Hannah Newhall each contributed two goals.

Ricki Pierce had four goals for Yarmouth (0-5).

Nicki Moody and Kelly Beisswanger each scored four goals to power Wells (4-1) to a 12-7 win over North Yarmouth Academy (0-5) at Yarmouth.

Beisswanger also had a pair of assists for Wells, who led 8-3 at the half.

Katie Cawley scored three goals, and Olivia Madore had two goals and an assist for NYA

BOYS’ LACROSSE: Drew Hale had four goals and three assists, and Jeff Graunke added three goals and three assists as Marshwood (5-1) earned a 14-2 win over Biddeford (0-5) at South Berwick.

Winston Sullivan scored seven goals to go with five assists as the Dragons (6-0) cruised past the Red Eddies (2-3) at Auburn.


SOFTBALL: Idalia Friedson doubled and then scored in the eighth inning to give Amherst (34-2) a 6-5 win over Bowdoin (28-13) in the New England Small College Athletic Conference tournament at Amherst, Mass.

Gen Barlow had a two-run double and Hannah Wurgraft hit an RBI single for Bowdoin, which plays an elimination game today.


BOYS’ LACROSSE: Nico Manganiello and Sam Cloutier each scored three goals as Hebron Academy defeated Hyde 11-3 at Hebron.

Ben Burlock scored a pair of goals for Hyde.

GIRLS’ LACROSSE: Olivia Grimmer scored four goals to lead Hebron Academy to a 16-8 victory over the Hyde at Hebron.

Hyde was paced by Laughlynn Bragg with four goals.


CHAMPIONS TOUR: Tom Lehman had an eagle and five birdies on the first eight holes on the back nine and finished with a 7-under 65 for a one-shot lead over Fred Funk and Tom Jenkins after the first round of the Insperity Championship at The Woodlands, Texas.

EUROPEAN TOUR: France’s Gregory Bourdy shot a 6-under 66 in windy conditions to take a one-stroke lead at 5-under 139 after the second round of the 100th Spanish Open at Seville.


WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS: New York Islanders forward Kyle Okposo scored twice to help the United States beat France 7-2 in its opener at Helsinki.


WOMEN’S WORLD CUP: The expanded Women’s World Cup in 2015 will be played in six Canadian cities: Edmonton, Montreal, Ottawa, Vancouver, Winnipeg and Moncton.

The tournament set is increasing from 16 to 24 countries and from 32 to 52 matches.

— From staff and news services