WINSLOW — Silver Clukey scored six goals to lead the Winslow girls lacrosse team to an 11-6 victory over Lawrence on Thursday afternoon.

Sarah Stevens scored two goals, while Taylor Rodriguez, Cassie McCaslin, Savannah Joler and Hailey Grenier each had a goal for the Black Raiders (3-0). Carrie Selwood had five saves.

Cassandra Poli and Anna Castonguay each had two goals for the Bulldogs (4-2), while Nora Buck and Lexie Dumont each added a goal. Sierra Weston had 10 saves.

MESSALONSKEE 21, BRUNSWICK 5: Ally Turner scored seven goals and seven assists, while Lauren Pickett added six goals to lead the Eagles to a win over the Dragons in Brunswick.

Kaitlyn Smith had four goals and Jenna Nash added three scores for Messalonskee (4-2). Sadie Colby had four saves.

Mikayla Ashburner had 16 saves for Brunswick (2-4).


BREWER 8, LAWRENCE 1: Josh Dow had two doubles and a single, but it wasn’t enough for the Bulldogs, who fell to the Witches in Fairfield.

Lawrence falls to 3-6.

Josiah Cyr had two singles for Brewer (7-2).

RANGELEY 3, TEMPLE 0: Bo Beaulieu twirled a three-hit shutout, leading the Lakers to the East/West Conference victory in Waterville.

Beaulieu was terrific for Rangeley (5-2), which scored runs in the second, third and sixth innings on its way to the win at a neutral site in Colby College.

Sawyer Deroche had a triple for the Bereans (2-5).

MARANACOOK 5, OLD ORCHARD BEACH 2: Jarred Schmidt had a triple and two RBIs to lead the Black Bears to a win over the Seagualls in Readfield.

Avery Beckwith smacked a double for Maranacook (9-1), and also earned the win on the mound. Jackson McPhedran added a double.

Old Orchard Beach falls to 3-6.


LAWRENCE 7, WINSLOW 5: The Bulldogs scored two runs in the fourth to grab a 4-3 lead, then added one in the fifth and two in the sixth to secure the Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference Class B victory in Fairfield.

Megan Curtis tripled for Lawrence (5-4), while Molly Folson had two singles and Sam Marshall fanned five while picking up the victory.

Sarah Guimond had two hits, including a double, for the Black Raiders (7-2), while Haley Ward, Baily Robbins and Broghan Gagnon also doubled.

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