KENNEBUNK — Lily Schwartzman scored four goals and won 18 of 20 draws to help Kennebunk rally from a three-goal second-half deficit to beat Yarmouth, 10-8, in a girls’ lacrosse game Friday.

Schwartzman and Danielle Gassman scored to give the Rams (4-0) an early 2-0 lead, but Yarmouth (1-1) held Kennebunk scoreless for 18 minutes and got goals from Emma Moll, Annie Lowenstein, Katelyn D’Appolonia and Aine Powers before Emily Archibald’s free position pulled the Rams within 4-3 at halftime.

Goals by Lowenstein and Powers made it 6-3, and after Ruby Sliwkowski answered for Kennebunk, Yarmouth’s Annie Bergeron scored with just under 20 minutes to play.

Schwartzman then took over, winning every draw the rest of the way and scoring three goals before Gassman but the Rams ahead, 8-7. Powers tied it with 6:05 remaining, but an unassisted goal from Sliwkowski with 4:30 on the clock put Kennebunk ahead to stay.

Skylar Maloney added a clinching goal.

Yarmouth goalie Juliet Meas made nine saves. Lizzie Hayes stopped five shots for Kennebunk.

WELLS 6, NOBLE 5: Nora Stevens and Rhiannon McQuaide scored two goals apiece for the Warriors (2-1) in a win over the Knights (0-5) at Wells.

Mallory Aromando and Anna Woodward each added a goal, and Molly Humphrey made 15 saves for Wells.

Haley Martel and Lily Smith each tallied two goals for Noble, and Jaquelin McEvoy scored once. Kaylee Mayotte had seven saves.


YARMOUTH 8, NORTH YARMOUTH ACADEMY 7: Steve Fulton, Killian Marsh, Peter Psyhogeos and Max Then each scored twice and Simon Algara made six saves as the visiting Clippers (2-1) edged the Panthers (2-1) in Yarmouth.

Chas Rohde and Brayden Warde led NYA with two goals apiece, and Caleb Waterman had three assists.


WELLS 3, MARSHWOOD 2: Devin Brown took a no-hitter into the sixth inning and Caden Dufort hit a two-run double as the Warriors (3-1) held off the Hawks (2-3) in Wells.

Dufort’s hit gave Wells a 2-0 lead in the fourth inning. Zach Carpenter doubled home Brown in the fifth to make it 3-0.

Lucas Templeton and Keith Ramsey each went 2 for 3 for Wells.

Marshwood freshman Noah Fitzgerald broke up Brown’s no-hit bid with a leadoff single in the sixth. The Hawks scored twice in the seventh off Carpenter, but freshman reliever Keith Ramsey got a strikeout with the bases loaded to end the game.

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