BRUNSWICK — Top-seeded Brunswick overpowered No. 6 Windham and cruised to a 19-10 win Wednesday night in the Class A North boys’ lacrosse championship game.

It’s the third straight regional title for the Dragons, who will try to defend their state championship Saturday against Scarborough at Portland’s Fitzpatrick Stadium.

“When we started off the season, we knew we had a good group of athletes, but having 19 new names on the roster for the varsity is a pretty daunting task to overcome,” Brunswick Coach Don Glover said. “This group of young men is incredible. Their focus, their desire to get better is fantastic.

“They want to make a name for themselves. “They didn’t want to be in the shadow of last year’s team, whose accomplishments were obviously noteworthy. This group of guys came out and said ‘Let’s get better and see how far we can go up the ladder.'”

Windham (10-5) had never advanced beyond the first round of the playoffs before this year.

“It is a group of guys who have just developed chemistry over the season, and I think that’s intangibles that gets a team far,” Windham Coach Peter Small said.

Brunswick (12-2) held a 3-2 lead at the end of the first quarter, then reeled off five goals at the start of the second quarter to open a sizable lead.

Aiden Glover, a freshman, paced the Dragons with three goals and two assists. Ben Palizy, Christian Glover and Max Gramins also scored three goals apiece. Josh Dorr and Jameson Cyr each scored twice, and Josh Clark had a goal and an assist.

Ross Batchelder led the Eagles with three goals. Zack Callahan followed with two goals and four assists, Tyler Wollston had two goals and had an assist, and Zach Hough, Thomas Loukosi and Bryce Rolfe also scored.

CORRECTION: This story was updated at 11:15 a.m. on June 16 to show that Ross Batchelder led Windham with three goals.

CORRECTION: This story was updated at 5:45 p.m. on June 22 to show that Christian Glover scored three goals for Brunswick.