GARDINER — Ally Day scored six goals as the Gardiner Area High School girls lacrosse team beat Morse 14-7 in a Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference Class B game Thursday.

Brooke Davis added five goals for Gardiner (3-0), while Julie Krause added two goals and four assists. Brooke Curtis also scored and Maddie Cutler stopped nine shots for the Tigers.

Ruth Nadeau had two goals, while Grade Read, Paige Martin, Izabel Daulus, Monica Frem-Pong and Courtney Tibbetts all scored for Morse (0-1).

College softball

Colby 8, UM-Farmington 0: Kelsey Yardumian pitched six shutout innings in her first appearance of the season as the Mules beat the Beavers in Waterville.

Yardumian, who missed the first 24 games due to an injury, allowed just three hits, struck out six and walked five for Colby (11-14). The game was called after six innigs because of the eight-run rule.
Katherine Zafirson had a two-run single in the second inning as Colby took control.

Hall-Dale graduate Carylanne Wolfington scored a pair of runs for Colby.

Shelby Bryant, Haley Berry and Hannah Lust all had singles fof UMF.


Colby Sawyer 3-5, UMaine Farmington 1-1:  The Chargers secured a North Atlantic Conference playoff spot with a doubleheader sweep over the Beavers in New Loudon, N.H.

Tom Grady plated the lone run for UMF (8-19,  7-15 NAC) in the first game. Colby-Sawyer (17-15, 12-8 NAC) scored all three of its runs in the first inning.

Grady also scored the lone run for the Beavers in the second game, scoring on a double-play. The Chargers plated three of their five runs in the fourth inning, highlighted by an RBI double by Kyle Greenwood.

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