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Postby Tom Nolette » Thu Apr 12, 2018 3:34 am

Big changes come to sport
New 3-class format shuffles up the state.

...Messalonskee — which finished 14-2 last season and reached the Class A final, enters as an early Class B title favorite. The Eagles have a lot of young players on the roster this season, but return quite possibly the best attack in the state in seniors Ally Turner and Lauren Pickett.

“We have a lot of young faces this year,” Messalonskee coach Crystal Leavitt said. “We have a good spectrum of talent that can really lead the young girls. … It looks good. With 19 underclassmen, I feel pretty confident (in the team this season).”

Turner scored 85 goals last season and enters the season with 179 for her career. She’ll continue her career at Division I Wagner College next season. Pickett will also continue her lacrosse career at the college level, as she signed with Division II Assumption College in Worcester, Massachusetts.

https://www.centralmaine.com/2018/04/11 ... -to-sport/
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Postby Tom Nolette » Thu Apr 12, 2018 3:58 am

Smooth transition for Windjammer lacrosse coaches Ward, Rogers
Ward takes over girls program, Rogers boys team

ROCKPORT — Addition by subtraction perhaps best explains the state of the Camden Hills Regional High School lacrosse programs head into the 2018 season.

With one coach stepping down at the conclusion of last year, another moving from guiding one team to the other and a third moving from an assistant to the head coaching ranks, it plays out like a game of shuffle up and deal.

But, according to athletic director Steve Alex, in regards to the circumstances surrounding the programs, “it was almost too easy.”

Boys lacrosse coach Wade Ward, who guided the Windjammers three seasons, will transition to coach the girls program this season after former coach Amy Gertner resigned her post to take a job out of state. Gertner led the Windjammer girls five seasons.

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Re: Previews 2018:

Postby Tom Nolette » Fri Apr 13, 2018 4:43 am

Fosters 2018 high school girls lacrosse scouting reports

MARSHWOOD
Outlook: There’s opportunity abound for Marshwood’s younger players. The team is pushing forward without seven starters from last year’s group that made a return trip to the regional final. “An unusual amount of pre-spring season injuries has allowed additional new players to step in and learn different roles,” Marvin said. ... The Hawks do have some experience back, with Smith, Albers and Melton the scoring leaders. Defender Shields and goalie Amsden are the team captains, along with Smith. ... Marshwood hopes a tough schedule will get it tournament ready again. It opens at South Portland on April 25

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Postby Tom Nolette » Sat Apr 14, 2018 3:12 am

Bangor lacrosse teams set to play inaugural varsity games

BANGOR, MAINE (WABI) - Lacrosse is new sport for a few schools locally. At Bangor the inaugural varsity season has been years in the making. The Rams boys and girls will play their first varsity games soon. The boys are scheduled to hold their inaugural game Saturday..

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Re: Previews 2018:

Postby Tom Nolette » Sat Apr 14, 2018 3:52 am

A new era for Falcons
Freeport girls lax opens new field with a win

FREEPORT The Freeport High School girls lacrosse team opened the 2018 season christening its new turf field with a dominating performance, getting goals from nine different scorers and shutting down Fryeburg Academy, 16- 2, Thursday afternoon More...

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Postby Tom Nolette » Mon Apr 16, 2018 1:14 am

Sunday Conversation: Laverriere could make history during 2018 girls lacrosse campaign

BIDDEFORD — The Biddeford girls lacrosse team lost just one starter to graduation and comes into the 2018 season with lofty expectations. The Tigers, who are now playing in Class B, will be considered one of the favorites in their new division — and a big reason for that is the return of standout Paige Laverriere.

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Re: Previews 2018:

Postby Tom Nolette » Tue Apr 17, 2018 3:08 am

PPH Girls’ lacrosse preview: As the sport expands, some growing pains also are felt
Now there's a Class C, but a restructure also is causing the demise of some classic rivalries.

...Some long-existing rivalries have been broken up. Classes B and C don’t have enough schools to split into two regions, meaning they won’t have traditional North vs. South state championships.

“I like having the regional champs play each other in the state final. It’s kind of classic,” said Freeport Coach Marcia Wood, whose team was reclassified from Class B to C. “More schools are joining so at some point it was going to happen. I just didn’t know if it really needed to happen quite yet.”

The Maine Principals’ Association added Class C this season to give new and smaller programs a place to grow while offering struggling programs – regardless of enrollment – an opportunity to rebuild with the caveat that those schools wouldn’t be allowed to compete in the postseason.

Though some coaches think the move was premature, it reflects a positive trend for lacrosse: The sport is growing across the state.

https://www.pressherald.com/2018/04/16/ ... -are-felt/
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Re: Previews 2018:

Postby Tom Nolette » Tue Apr 17, 2018 3:11 am

PPH Girls’ lacrosse preview: 15 players to watch
Seniors dominate our list of the top players in southern Maine.

Skyler Amsden, Marshwood senior, goalkeeper:
Logan Champlin, Massabesic senior, midfield:
Madison Drain, Massabesic senior, midfield:
Erin Foley, Cape Elizabeth junior, goalkeeper:
Abby Krieckhaus, Portland senior, goalkeeper:
Meredith Lane, Yarmouth senior, midfield/attack:
Paige Laverriere, Biddeford junior, attack:
Jena Leckie, South Portland junior, attack:
Mia Murray, Kennebunk senior, defense:
Morgan Pike, Massabesic senior, attack:
Kayla Sarazin, Falmouth junior, midfield:
Hallie Schwartzman, Kennebunk senior, midfield:
Marin Smith, Marshwood senior, attack:
Ya Stockford, Waynflete senior, attack:
Eva Then, Yarmouth senior, midfield:

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Re: Previews 2018:

Postby Tom Nolette » Tue Apr 17, 2018 3:15 am

PPH Girls’ lacrosse preview: Five teams to watch
Massabesic, the defending Class A champion, tops our list.

1. Massabesic:
2. Kennebunk:
3. Falmouth:
4. Yarmouth:
5. Cape Elizabeth:

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Re: Previews 2018:

Postby Tom Nolette » Wed Apr 25, 2018 5:46 am

JT 2018 High School Girls Lacrosse Preview

Biddeford Tigers Coach: Caitlin Albert, 8th year Last year’s record: 9-3 Key newcomers: Abby Allen, Zowie Cheetham-Wilmot, Ash Abdulsalam Key returners: Peyton McKeown, Serena Speight, Eliza Gilliam, Azure Illiano, Paige Laverrier More...'
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