KENNEBUNK — The Kennebunk girls’ lacrosse team lost a few star players to graduation, so it must rely on a mix of upperclassmen and underclassmen to remain a contender.

The Rams, who have won the last two Class B state titles and have played in three straight state finals and five straight regional finals, got contributions from players in all four classes on its way to a 13-5 win Saturday over Greely.

After playing in Class B the last four seasons, the Rams have moved back to Class A. Their opener was promising, as they got multiple goals from two seniors, a sophomore and a freshman, as well as single goals from a freshman and a senior.

“We have only four seniors, so we (figured we’d be) looking to the three seniors on the attacking end to get the majority of the goals,” said four-year starter Hallie Schwartzman, who finished with three goals. “But like we saw today, we had two freshmen score and a number other girls get goals. And that is exactly what we need.

“Obviously, we go in with a game plan and expect the game plan to work. But that’s the beauty of playing lacrosse and the beauty of having amazing coaches. They teach you to roll with the punches, and if something is not working, then try something new.”

Kennebunk built a 7-2 halftime lead and extended it to 10-2 with goals by freshmen Lily Schwartzman and Emily Archibald and sophomore Tiernan Connor a little more than three minutes into the second half.

The Rangers (1-1), however, answered with three goals and had possession in their offensive end for almost three minutes.

Kennebunk stopped the run when Connor picked up a loose ball to start a counterattack. Minutes later, Hallie Schwartzman scored her third goal.

Lily Schwartzman scored just over a minute later to stretch the lead to 12-5 with 5:30 remaining.

“We had the momentum, but Kennebunk is a strong team,” Greely Coach Becca Koelker said.

“I was pleased with the way we came back.”

Lily Schwartzman led the Rams with four goals and an assist. Erin Groton added two goals and two assists, while Connor finished with two goals and an assist.

“We knew Greely was going to be an athletic team and they weren’t going to go away,” Kennebunk Coach Annie Barker said. “The biggest hurdle when playing those teams is you need to stay composed. I felt we were tenacious. The two freshmen, Emily and Lily, they are not afraid and they really understand the game and it showed today.”

Brooke Clement and Jayme Morrison each scored a pair of goals for Greely. Courtney Sullivan had three assists.

Kennebunk took control with six straight goals to break open a 1-1 game. Morrison scored for the Rangers to tie it early in the first half before Hallie Schwartzman started the run with two goals in 65 seconds.

The first goal was in close on an assist from the wing by her sister.

On the second goal, Schwartzman cut down the middle, took a pass from Groton and fired in a shot from close range.

“Several of our players understand how to make holes for everyone and seeing double teams,” Barker said. “We are only going to get better on timing of those passes as the season goes on.”

Mia Murray, Sophie Thompson, Alaina Schatzabel and Archibald led a Rams defense that allowed only 10 shots.

Kennebunk goalie Haley Moody finished with two saves.