CUMBERLAND – After a 20-day delay, play resumed Wednesday in a schoolgirl lacrosse game between Waynflete and Greely.

And Waynflete ended it the way it started, with a burst of goals.

Martha Veroneau scored five goals and Sadie Cole added three to lead the Flyers to a 10-6 victory against the Rangers at Greely High.

The Flyers closed the regular season with a 12-0 record and are ranked No. 1 in the Western Class B Heal point standings.

The Rangers (8-3) are ranked No. 3 heading into their season finale Thursday night against Freeport.

This game began May 9, when the Flyers rode a 3-0 start to a 3-1 lead with 12:51 left in the first half before an electrical storm scuttled play.

On Wednesday, the teams picked up where they left off, with Greely holding the ball in Waynflete’s end. Rangers attack Meg Finlay scored about three minutes in to trim the Flyers’ lead to 3-2.

Greely Coach Becca Koelker said Greely wanted to put the May 9 start behind.

“They were missing a lot of players and, as a first-year coach, I’ve introduced so many new things,” she said. “Both teams are so different.”

The Flyers couldn’t agree more.

Illness and conflicts pulled four regulars from their 16-player varsity roster Wednesday, leaving a newcomer, Maddy Smith, as the lone remaining substitute.

“We just talked about having 100 percent trust,” Waynflete Coach Cathie Connors said.

“If you trust each other, you can do anything.”

Sophomore midfielder Helen Gray-Bauer showed good timing by returning from a knee injury for her first start of the season. She scored the Flyers’ first goal of the day with 6:21 left in the half.

“This team pushes really hard so I was doing what I could to catch up and play to their caliber,” Gray-Bauer said. “We wanted to come out as strong as we could and drive it home.”

Veroneau helped in that regard, scoring three straight goals, including two in the final 1:41 of the first half.

The third came just 1:36 into the second half, starting with a short clearing pass from goalie Katherine Torrey (10 saves).

Veroneau ran the ball 70 yards before she beat Krystyna Rybka (12 saves) in close for a 7-2 lead.

“The fast break is my go-to (move),” Veroneau said. “I feel my speed can give us a little push at times but everyone brings something crucial to this team.”

Still, the Rangers were undeterred. They scored three goals in six minutes to make it 7-5 with 14:07 remaining. Senior midfielder Julia Mitiguy scored twice.

“We wanted to come in and play even with them,” Koelker said.

“Except for a five-minute span in the second half, we did well against their set offense.”

That span was enough for the Flyers. Veroneau, Isabelle Agnew and Cole pushed it to 10-5 with 7:02 left.

Paige Tuller of Greely capped a fast break with about two minutes left to make it 10-6.

“Take away the ‘other game,’ it’s 7-5,” Koelker said.

“If the girls can play like we did today and tweak a few things, then we have real playoff potential. We’re just about there.”