BIDDEFORD — Reagan Nichols had four goals and five assists, and Paige Singer added six assists Tuesday to lead Marshwood to a 14-2 victory against Biddeford in a girls’ lacrosse game.

Marin Smith and Luci Albers each added two goals and an assist for Marshwood (8-3), which took a 10-0 halftime lead.

Peyton McKeown and Paige Laverriere scored for Biddeford (8-2).

BONNY EAGLE 15, WESTBROOK 2: Jenna Litif had three goals and an assist for the Scots (5-6), who opened a 7-0 halftime lead and rolled past the Blue Blazes (1-9) at Standish.

Kaley Rumery had two goals and three assists for Bonny Eagle, Natalie Bushey had two goals and an assist, and Polly Rae and Alex Farley each chipped in with a pair of goals.

Mckenzie Dougherty and Kaitlyn Talbot scored for Westbrook.

Kaitlyn Michaud stopped nine shots for the Scots. Sydney Cole had three saves for the Blue Blazes.

LAKE REGION 9, FREEPORT 7: Lindsey Keenan and Lauren Jakobs each had two goals and an assist for the Lakers (5-4), who took a 4-3 halftime lead and defeated the Falcons (3-7) at Freeport.

Melissa Bonenfant added a pair of goals for Lake Region.

Taylor Rinaldi, Taylor Dostie and Chloe Davidson scored twice for Freeport.

Jordan Randall stopped 11 shots for the Lakers.

YORK 22, NORTH YARMOUTH ACADEMY 2: Martha McCaddin and Alexandra Lawlor each scored five goals to lead the Wildcats (8-2) over the Panthers (2-7) at York.

Cassandra Reinerston and Carran Smith each added four goals for York.

Margaret Larson and Zelda Clegg scored for NYA.

MAINE GIRLS’ ACADEMY 19, DEERING 4: Zoe Mazur and Katherine Reid had eight goals each to power the visiting Lions (5-5), who took a 12-2 halftime lead and handled the Rams (3-7) at Portland.

Olivia Smith added a pair of goals for Maine Girls’ Academy, Zahria McLean had three assists and Olivia Howard also scored.

Taylor Banks scored twice for Deering.

Lily LaCasse stopped seven shots for the Lions.


KENNEBUNK 10, LAKE REGION 2: Britney Gregoire hit an RBI triple during a four-run second inning as the Rams (9-5) cruised past the Lakers (1-10) at Naples.

Zoe Novicki had three hits, including a double, and drove in a run, and Sydney Waitt allowed two runs on three hits for Kennebunk, retiring 15 of the final 17 batters. Kaylin Lorrain had two hits for the Lakers, including a double.

MASSABESIC 21, DEERING 3: Kate Shubert went 3 for 4, driving in four runs for the Mustangs (10-4), who used an 11-run fourth inning to pull away from the Rams (1-12) in five innings at Portland.

Julie Gregoire went 2 for 4 with a triple and drove in five runs, and Kyra-Mei Cartwright was 2 for 4, including a homer, and drove in four runs for Massabesic.

Liz Drelich had a double and single for Deering and drove in two runs, and MacKenzie O’Donnell added a pair of hits and drove in a run.

BIDDEFORD 5, MAINE GIRLS’ ACADEMY/FALMOUTH 1: Kaitlin Stewart struck out nine to lead the Tigers (6-7) over the Lions (4-8) at Portland.

Aibhlin O’Connor led Biddeford with three hits, including an RBI single in the fourth inning. Brook Davis added two hits with an RBI double in the seventh.

Maine Girls’ Academy scored in the sixth when Megan Faucher led off with a triple and scored on a single by Jill Joyce.

Stewart walked one and allowed five hits.

PORTLAND 9, GORHAM 1: Morgan Boyle had four hits, including two triples, and Sydney Gilbert doubled and drove in two runs as the Bulldogs (13-1) beat the Rams (9-5) at Portland.

Taylor Crosby added three hits and Grace Stacey drove in two runs for Portland, which scored three runs in each of the third and fourth innings to take an 8-1 lead. Grace McGouldrick had three hits, including a solo homer.

Jessica Brown of Portland allowed a run on five hits and three walks, striking out eight.

CARRABEC 16, MOUNTAIN VALLEY 6: Bailey Dunphy had a home run, two singles and six RBI to lead the Cobras (9-5) over the Falcons (4-9) at North Anson.

Mackenzie Baker and Sam LeBeau each had two singles and two RBI for Carrabec. LeBeau earned the win, striking out 12.

Emily Laubauskas struck out 12 for Mountain Valley. Grace Briggs had a double and single for the Falcons.