SCARBOROUGH – Kaitlin Prince scored four goals, and Avery Pietras added three goals and two assists Friday, leading Scarborough to a 13-8 victory against Kennebunk in a schoolgirl lacrosse game.

Meg Kirsch stopped eight shots for the Red Storm (7-4).

Rose Bryant and Hayley Fecko each had two goals for the Rams (7-5).

BONNY EAGLE 13, MCAULEY 10: Samantha Campobasso finished with seven goals and Cassidy Merrill added three to lead the Scots (5-6) past the Lions (2-9) at Portland.

Katherine Lake led McAuley with seven goals.

WINDHAM 16, NOBLE 5: Christina Pollard and Emily Bland each scored three goals as the Eagles (7-4) downed the Knights (0-11) at North Berwick.

Ten other players also scored for Windham.


FREEPORT 11, YORK 6: Clayton Morrison had four goals, Sam Wilker added three goals and an assist, and Zach Wogan made 19 saves as the Falcons (3-8) handled the Wildcats (3-8) at Freeport.

Galen Simmons added two goals, and Sam Farrar and Ramsey Dodge also scored for Freeport.

NORTH YARMOUTH ACADEMY 7, CAPE ELIZABETH 5: T.J. Daigler and Jacob Scammon each had two goals as the Panthers (8-3) edged the Capers (9-2) at Cape Elizabeth.

Scammon also had two assists for NYA, which led 3-2 at halftime and 7-3 after three quarters. Panther goalie D.J. Nicholas made 10 saves.

Justin Cary and Griffin Thoreck scored two goals each for Cape Elizabeth.

MESSALONSKEE 8, LEWISTON 7: Aidan Calkins and Jordon Holmes both scored two goals as Messalonskee (7-4) beat Lewiston (8-3) at Oakland.

Josh Towle, Ben Weeks, Connor Leonard and Josh Yannelli also scored for Messalonskee. Leonard and Weeks also had an assist each, and Jake Smith finished with nine saves.


NOBLE 3, CHEVERUS 1: Amber Kelly pitched a four-hitter with seven strikeouts and no walks, and Molly Pritchett had two hits for the Knights (12-4) against the Stags (6-9) at North Berwick.

Melodie Bailey hit an RBI single and Tessa Crovetti squeezed home another run for the Knights.

Brittany Bell struck out nine and walked one, and also had two hits for Cheverus.


SACOPEE VALLEY 7, WAYNFLETE 0: Nick York pitched a one-hit shutout as the Hawks (6-9) beat the Flyers (7-6) at South Hiram.

York struck out 11 and walked three, adding a pair of hits. Kyle Jordan hit a two-run homer in a four-run fourth inning for Sacopee.


HEAVY RAIN forecast for Saturday prompted officials of the SMAA and Western Maine Conference to postpone their league championship track meets.

Both will be held Monday, the SMAA meet at Thornton Academy in Saco beginning at 10 a.m. and the WMC meet at Lake Region High in Naples beginning at 9 a.m.

In an email sent to his fellow WMC schools, Paul True noted that Saturday’s forecast was for temperatures below 50 degrees, a soaking rain and strong winds.

“At the end of the day, Monday will be a much better (safer) day for all of our student-athletes,” he wrote.

The KVAC and PVC previously postponed league meets until Monday.

THE MAINE Principals’ Association adjusted its spring sports calendar because of rain Friday and Saturday.

The MPA extended the baseball and softball seasons by two days. Games can now be played until Friday, May 31.

Previously, the last day for regular- season games was May 29.

Several schools have already taken advantage of the extra days by rescheduling games postponed this weekend to Thursday.

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