LEWISTON — The Messalonskee girls lacrosse team locked up the top seed in Eastern Class A thanks to an 8-7 overtime win at Lewiston on Tuesday.

Lauren Pickett scored both the game-tying goal at the end of regulation and the game-winner 40 seconds into the extra session for Messalonskee (11-1). Nathalie St. Pierre chipped in with three goals, while India Languet had a goal and two assists.

Emily Brochu had a hat trick for Lewiston (8-4) and Dacia Bail scored twice.

OCEANSIDE 10, ERSKINE 2: Serena Beal had a hat trick to lead the Mariners to the win in Rockport.

Rebecca Freeman and Brittany Rytky added two goals apiece for Oceanside (10-1). Sydney Hall made seven saves.

Kiley Drummond and Michelle Lemelin scored one goal each for Erskine (1-10). Mallory Weaver stopped 13 shots.


GARDINER 15, MT. ARARAT 10: Chase Begin poured in four goals and assisted on two others in the Tigers’ win in Gardiner.

Josh Caldwell finished with three goals and three assists for Gardiner (9-3), while Michael Poirier and Logan Clark each scored twice.

Ben Bishop and Kyle Lussier each had hat tricks for Mt. Ararat (4-8).


YORK 4, MARANACOOK 1: Caroline Clark defeated Sarah Carley 8-3 at second singles to give the Black Bears their only win of the match.

Maranacook (4-9) had to forfeit at third singles and first doubles. In first singles, York’s Maryah Briggs defeated Lauren Wang 8-2. In second doubles, Maranacook’s Abby Lucas and Helen Murray-James fell to Emma Cusack and Emma Gilmartin 8-0.


ELLSWORTH 5, ERSKINE 0: Sarah Shelton and the doubles team of Sammy Mason and Hannah Craig didn’t lose a set as No. 5 Ellsworth won the match.

Shelton beat Erskine’s Jordan Bowie 6-0, 6-0 at first singles. Mason and Craig topped Adrianna Stinchfield and Judy Lu 6-0, 6-0 in first doubles. At second singles, ERskine’s Katie Holzworth fell to Lauren Hale 6-2, 6-0 and at third singles, Erskine’s Kayla Parsons put up a tough fight before losing to Alexa Grant 6-1, 7-5. The second doubles team of Victoria Paige-Jackson and Avery Jester of Ellsworth earned a hard-fought victory over Cassandra Ray and Cassidy Penney 6-3, 6-4.