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    Messalonskee High School’s Lydia Dexter, left, and Ally Turner, 6, walk off the field after the Eagles sank Portland 11-8 in the Eastern Maine Class A girls lacrosse championship Wednesday at Thomas College in Waterville. Jenna Nash is at far right. The team members wore a “CC” patch on their jerseys this spring to honor late teammate Cassidy Charette, who was killed in an Oct. 11 hayride accident.

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    Messalonskee High School captains, from left, India Languet, Nathalie St. Pierre and Calla Balboni hold up the Eastern Maine Class A girls lacrosse championship plaque Wednesday after they beat Portland 11-8 at Thomas College in Waterville. The team members wore patches with the letters “CC” on them to honor classmate Cassidy Charette, who was killed in an Oct. 11 hayride accident.

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    Cassidy Charette wore the No. 4 jersey for the Messalonskee girls lacrosse team. After Charette was injured fatally in an October hayride accident, the Eagles retired No. 4 this season. Furthermore, they decided to honor her by bringing the jersey to all their games.

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    The Messalonskee girls lacrosse team had hats designed to honor teammate Cassidy Charette with her initials and jersey No. 4.

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