SANFORD — Cassidy Roderick netted four goals as Winslow defeated Sanford, 12-8, in girls lacrosse action on Saturday.

Sabrina Jondreau added three goals and Mackenzie Winslow two for the Black Raiders (3-1). Maddy Leigh led Sanford with four goals. Harley Fitch had 18 saves in net for Winslow while Eva Belanger stopped 10 shots for Sanford (2-3).

PORTLAND 13, CONY 7: Merritt Ryan poured in seven goals to lead Portland to a victory over Cony.

Isabel Stehli added three goals for the Bulldogs (2-1). Hillary Tyler had two goals to lead the Rams (0-4). Erin Alexander, Mary Kirschner, Becca Coniff, Annie Brannigan and Molly Silsby also scored, while Lizzy Dennison made 11 saves in goal.


WAYNFLETE 13, OAK HILL 6: Ford Malter tallied five goals and two assists as Waynflete pulled away in the second half for a win over Oak Hill.

Kaleb Sturtevant led the Raiders with two goals and an assist while Matt Gilbert added two goals. Matty Martin made 16 saves in net.


RICHMOND 14-11, GREENVILLE 4-1: Cameron Emmons drove in six runs as Richmond routed Greenville in both ends of an East-West Conference doubleheader.

Curtis Anderson had two singles and Matt Rines drove in two runs while Mike Stewart picked up the mound win in the opener. In Game 2, Zach Small had a double, two singles, three RBIs and also got credit for the win with five innings of one-hit pitching, striking out seven. Bailey Johansen added two singles and drove in two for the Bobcats (7-1).

BUCKFIELD 8-16, FOREST HILLS 7-4: Errors cost the Tigers a win in the opener and they could not rebound from there as Forest Hills (4-3) was swept in a doubleheader with the Bucks in Jackman.

Buckfield (6-2) scored the go-ahead run in the seventh inning on Forest Hills errors to pick up the win in Game 1. Tyler Valley and Jared Eastman each had a single and a double in the win. Matt Turner had two hits — including a home run — and three RBIs for the Tigers.

In Game 2, Gerry Gagne and Ralph Dunn each launched home runs to pace the Bucks. Turner added his second homer of the day for Forest Hills, while Brandon Ouellette chipped in with a double.

MCI 2, SPRUCE MOUNTAIN 1: Greg Vigue scattered four hits and didn’t allow an earned run as MCI edged Spruce Mountain in a KVAC pitchers’ duel played Friday.

Mitchell Hallee had a hit, stole a base and scored the Huskies’ first run. Adam Bertrand drove him in and scored what proved to be the winning run on Parker Morrison’s single in the fourth.

Matt Vigue had a double for the Phoenix.


CAMBRIDGE, Mass. — Colby College’s Brian Sommers won the 400-meter dash at the Open New England Men’s Outdoor Track and Field Championships at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

The Acton, Mass. native — who also won the 400 at the New England Small College Athletic Conference championships two weeks ago — finished the race in 48.23 seconds.


MAINE 9, BINGHAMTON 0: Powered by a pair of home runs from Kevin Stypulkowski, the Black Bears rolled the Bearcats in Orono.

Jacob Gosselin-Deschesnes picked up the win on the mound for Maine (22-24, 8-9 America East), going 8 2/3 innings while allowing eight hits and striking out three. Binghamton fell to 17-22-1 (6-14 AE) with the loss.

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