WINSLOW — Jordan Linscott scored four goals, helping No. 6 Erskine score a 6-5 upset win over previously unbeaten and third-seeded Winslow in a Class C girls lacrosse quarterfinal on Thursday at Kennebec Savings Bank Field.

Erskine advances to the state semifinals on Tuesday against either St. Dom’s or Maine Girls’ Academy.

The game was tied on three occasions early, before Linscott opened things up and handed Erskine (9-4) a three-goal lead. The Eagles survived a late surge from Winslow (12-1) with a strong defensive effort from Caitlyn Labbe and Morgan Emmond.

Erskine goalie Ashlyn Wing made nine saves.

“Fortunately, we held on,” Erskine coach Shara MacDonald said. “We played good, solid defense.”

Joanna Linscott added a pair of goals for the Eagles.

Silver Clukey had two goals and an assist for Winslow, while Savannah Joler and Hailey Grenier also scored.

Carrie Selwood made seven saves for the Black Raiders.


NO. 2 RICHMOND 15, NO. 7 TEMPLE 2, 5 INN.: The Bobcats scored 12 runs in the second inning en route to the Class D South quarterfinal win in Richmond.

Zach Small homered and drove in three runs for Richmond (15-1), which advances to meet No. 3 Greenville in the regional semifinals.

Andrew Vachon pitched a three-hitter for the Bobcats. Matt Rines added two hits, including a triple, with a pair of RBIs for Richmond.

Temple finished its season at 6-11.

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