CUMBERLAND — Elsa Dean-Muncie scored five goals and Jayme Morrison added four Thursday to lead Greely to a season-opening 14-7 victory over North Yarmouth Academy in a girls’ lacrosse game.

Dean-Muncie scored three times and Morrison had two goals as the Rangers opened a 7-0 lead. It was 9-2 at the half.

The Panthers got four second-half goals from Catherine Reid but never got closer than six.

FREEPORT 15, FRYEBURG ACADEMY 3: Molly Whelan had three goals and two assists for the Falcons, who received scoring from 10 players in an opener at Freeport.

Allison Greuel had two goals and an assist, and Myah Jensen and Meredith Feller added two goals apiece for Freeport.

Bridget O’Neil scored twice for Fryeburg.

Vivien Crawford stopped two shots for the Falcons. Amelia Farrin recorded five saves for the Raiders.

SOUTH PORTLAND 17, DEERING 6: Jena Leckie scored five goals for the Red Riots, who built a 10-3 halftime lead and cruised in an opener at South Portland.

Molly Walker had four goals and four assists for South Portland, which received goals from eight players. Jade SanGiovanni and Mackenzie Farnham each scored twice.

Kiaya Gatchell led Deering with three goals.


FREEPORT 5, FRYEBURG ACADEMY 3: Sam Larochelle scored twice as the Falcons won an opener at Freeport.

Kaleb Barrett and Steel Crawford each added a goal and an assist for Freeport, and Ben Gormley also scored.

Sam Tourigny stopped nine shots for the Falcons.


YORK 7, YARMOUTH 1: Jake Sullivan had a pair of doubles, including a run-scoring liner in the second inning as the Wildcats won an opener at York.

Shane Pidgeon had a bases-clearing double in the sixth inning.

J. Henry Bock threw six innings for York, allowing one earned run on three hits, striking out three and walking one.