WELLS – Vanessa Audet and Sabrina Southwick scored five goals each Thursday to lead Falmouth to a 24-6 victory against Wells in a schoolgirl lacrosse game.

Jess Beisswanger scored three goals for Wells (4-5) against the Yachtsmen (8-1).

KENNEBUNK 16, CHEVERUS 15: Kate Graydon scored the last of her six goals with three minutes remaining to give Kennebunk (5-4) the lead for good, 15-14 against Cheverus (5-5) at Portland.

Meredith Willard scored 10 goals for the Stags, including ending the first half with a five-goal run to give Cheverus a 9-7 lead. She later made it 14-14.

Betsy Craig and Rose Bryant scored three goals apiece for Kennebunk.

MASSABESIC 11, THORNTON ACADEMY 7: Heather Everett scored four goals to lead the Mustangs (7-2) past the Trojans (5-4) at Waterboro.

Alyssa Gilman added three goals for Massabesic, which led 7-0 at the half.

Amanda Cook had three goals for Thornton.

BRUNSWICK 14, MESSALONSKEE 10: The Dragons (9-0) used a 6-1 run over the final 16 minutes to beat Messalonskee (5-4) at Brunswick.

Dakota Foster scored six goals for the Dragons, who led 8-4 at halftime. Messalonskee opened the second half with a five-goal run to take a 9-8 lead, but Brunswick responded with six straight.

MORSE 12, CONY 11: Christina Stuart and Tori Fields each had three goals as the Shipbuilders (3-6) held off the Rams (7-2) at Bath.

MT. ARARAT 8, GARDINER 2: Sara Berry and Carly Raymond scored two goals apiece for Mt. Ararat (4-5) against Gardiner (1-7) at Topsham.

MCAULEY 18, SANFORD 8: Clare McLaughlin scored six goals to lift the Lions (2-6) at Sanford (2-7).

Samantha Paglio added four goals for McAuley.

BONNY EAGLE 16, DEERING 7: Sam Campobasso had eight goals and an assist as Bonny Eagle (5-4) downed Deering (3-7) at Standish.

Rachel Latif added three goals and Alicia Hoyt had 15 saves for Bonny Eagle.

PORTLAND 9, WESTBROOK 4: Drew Barry had five goals to carry the Bulldogs (8-2) past the Blue Blazes (2-7) at Westbrook.

Kylie Dalbec contributed three goals and Abbey O’Brien made 12 saves for Portland.

SOUTH PORTLAND 10, WINDHAM 4: Lani Edwards had four goals and two assists to lead South Portland (6-3) over the Eagles (2-7) at Windham.

Ericka Lightner added two goals for the Red Riots.


BIDDEFORD 3, KENNEBUNK 1: Katelyn Lebreux hit a two-run double in the sixth inning to break a tie and lift the Tigers (7-5) over Kennebunk (8-3) at Biddeford.

Kennebunk tied it with a run in the third. Biddeford took a 1-0 lead in the second after Alyssa Baldino hit a leadoff double and scored on a wild pitch.

Winning pitcher Abbie Paquette struck out four, walked one and allowed seven hits.

CAPE ELIZABETH 8, YARMOUTH 1: Lexi Cantera and Ashley Tinsman hit home runs for the Capers (8-3) against the Clippers (2-9) at Cape Elizabeth.

Katie Rabasca pitched a three-hitter with five strikeouts for Cape Elizabeth.

FREEPORT 6, LAKE REGION 2: The Falcons (5-7) scored four runs in the eighth inning to defeat the Lakers (6-6) at Naples.

Danielle Perry and K.C. Breed singled to start the inning, then all four runs scored on errors.

Leigh Wyman struck out eight for Freeport.

NOBLE 9, WINDHAM 0: Amber Kelly pitched a one-hit shutout as Noble (9-3) defeated the Eagles (3-8) at Windham.

Kelly had six strikeouts and walked none.

Justina Shorey and Devin Goss both drove in three runs for the Knights.

MARSHWOOD 12, PORTLAND 1: Gianna Riccardi drove in four runs as the Hawks (6-6) beat the Bulldogs (1-10) in five innings at Portland.

Nicole Harvey of Marshwood struck out six and allowed two hits.

SOUTH PORTLAND 14, DEERING 1: Laurine German had a grand slam as the Red Riots (9-2) beat the Rams (0-12) in five innings at South Portland.

Michaela Willwerth also homered, and Olivia Indorf allowed two hits with eight strikeouts for South Portland.

FALMOUTH SWEEPS TRAIP ACADEMY: The Yachtsmen (7-5) outscored the Rangers (0-8) by a combined 36-2 in a pair of five-inning victories at Falmouth.

In game one, Ashley Collins, Elizabeth Walker, and Maddie Inlow each had three RBI to lead Falmouth to a 22-2 win.

In the second game, Alli Carver, Amanda Carver, and Collins had two RBI apiece in a 14-0 win.