Lax Teams Vie for State Championships

Both the boys and girls lacrosse teams will play for their respective State Championships on Saturday, June 18th at Fitzpatrick Stadium in Portland.

At 12:30 pm the girls will face an undefeated Kennebunk team who beat them by a score of 9-5 three weeks ago. The team finished the regular season with a record of 9-3. Seeded #3, they sailed through three rounds of the Class B North championships with victories over Freeport, St. Dom's, and Morse.

At 3:30 pm the boys will play Falmouth, who defeated YHS 12-7 early in the season. They finished the regular season with a record of 7-5. Seeded #3 for the play-offs, they defeated NYA, Gardiner, and Marancook decisively to advance to the State game.

The other spring sports teams enjoyed considerable success as well. Here are the records:

Baseball Regular season record:10-5-1. Entering the play-off as the #6 seed, they defeated Fryeburg in the Prelims, but lost to #3 Greely in the Quarters.

Softball Regular season record: 12-4. As the #2 seed in Class B South, the girls defeated Leavitt in the Quarterfinals, then lost to Greely in the Semifinals.

Boys Tennis Regular season record: 5-7. Lost to Cape Elizabeth in the Class B Quarterfinals.

Girls Tennis Regular season record: 8-4. Beat Oak HIll in Class B South Quarterfinals, lost to Cape Elizabeth in Semifinals.

Boys Track The team placed 5th in the Western Maine Conference Division II meet, and 9th of twenty-six teams in the State Class B meet. In the State meet Luke Laverdiere '18 won both the 800m and the 1600m, and Taj Garvery '18 won the 400m. Ian Murrin '16 was a consistent scorer throughout the season in the discus and shot put.

Girls Track The girls results mirrored the boys: 5th in WMC meet, 9th of twenty-six teams in the States. In the State meet, Emma Egan '16 completed her record-setting track career by winning the High Jump (5'6") and placing third in the 55m. Abby Hamilton '17 won the 3,200m and Anneka Murrin '18 won the 1,600m.

Sailing The Club won the State regatta in Castine.

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