SOUTH PARIS — The Mt. Ararat High School girls lacrosse team headed into the three-day Memorial Day weekend with a 15-5 Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference win over Oxford Hills on Friday.

Rebecca Schuman led the 9-1 Eagles with four goals, followed by Katie Labbay with three. Alyssa Curit and Alison Nolan chipped in two tallies apiece, while Erin Tome, Ronni Pelletier, Shannon Harty and Isa Blessington added a goal each.

Mt. Ararat, which hosts Cony this upcoming Saturday at 11 a.m., received a combined three saves from netminders Eleanor Skinner and Vanessa Balser.

Sam Bickford turned aside 14 shots for Oxford Hills (2-7), while Vikings Ally Hanley and Caroline Burns had two goals each to lead the offense. Amber Jenkins chipped in a goal.

MORSE GIRLS 9

GARDINER 7

The Shipbuilders turned a 4-1 deficit into an 8-5 lead en route to a KVAC win over Gardiner on Friday.

Amanda Gagne got the visitors rolling with two goals late in the first half to bring Morse to 4-3 at the break. Sophie Sreden tied the game for the Shipbuilders 2:30 into the second half, and after Gardiner reclaimed the lead, goals by Gagne, Taylor Gagnon (assisted by Gagne), Maddy Olsen and Noa Sreden put the Shipbuilders up by three. Sreden’s final goal answered a Tigers tally as Morse held on to improve to 6- 3.

Emma Rossetti led the Morse defensive effort, which held Gardiner scoreless for more than 13 minutes in the second half. Rossetti had two ground balls and two interceptions. Madison Savary caused three turnovers and won four draw controls.

Morse goaltender Cat Sener had 10 saves in the win, while Gardiner keeper Hayley Lovely turned aside five Morse shots.

Bryce Smith had a gamehigh five goals for the Tigers, who outshot Morse 22-16.

Morse visits Lewiston tonight at 6 p.m.

MORSE 7

GARDINER 16

The host Tigers pulled away for a KVAC win over the Shipbuilders on Friday.

Josh Caldwell led Gardiner (8-2) with five goals, while Connor Manter chipped in four.

Alec Beveridge paced Morse with the three goals.

The Shipbuilders fell to 5-5 and visits Oak Hill on Wednesday at 4 p.m.