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Playoff Matchups

June 4, 2009

Playoff Matchups

Boys

Eastern 'A'

Prelim: #5 Edward Litlle vs. #4 Lewiston

#3 Mt. Ararat vs. #2 Messalonskee

Prelim Winner vs. #1 Brunswick

Western 'A'

Prelim: #10 Noble vs. #7 Cheverus
Prelim: #9 Massabesic vs. #8 Biddeford

Bidd/Mass Winner vs. #1 Portland
Noble/Chev Winner vs. #2 Scarborough
#6 Kennebunk vs. #3 Bonny Eagle
#5 South Portland vs. #4 Thornton Academy

Western 'B'

Prelim: #5 York vs. #4 Waynflete

Waynflete/York Winner vs. #1 Cape Elizabeth
#3 Greely vs. #2 Falmouth

Eastern 'B'

#1 Yarmouth Bye (plays Gardiner/St.Dom's)
#7 Freeport vs. #2 Mt.Blue
#6 Morse vs. #3 NYA
#5 Gardiner vs. #4 St.Dom's

Girls

Prelim: #5 Falmouth vs. #4 Greely

Falm/Greely Winner vs. #1 Waynflete
#3 Cape Elizabeth vs. #2 Wells

June 2

The Gardiner Boys won a coin toss with Morse, and will play Mt.Blue in the KVAC Championship game.

May 20

Evidence of the Brunswick girls great passing game; three of the top assist leaders in the state play for the Dragons; Leila Mills, Cecelia Kjellman and Eliza Halmo.

May 19

Windham can thank a 'johnny come lately' for helping them into the fight for a Western 'A' playoff spot. When he realized the lacrosse team was without a goalie Donny Hegarty left the baseball team and jumped into the net for the Eagles. This was during April vacation. Hegarty has only been playing lacrosse for a month, but has made great strides,

May 19 Coaches Poll-Courtesy MaineEliteLacrosse.com

Girls

1. Waynflete
2. NYA
3. Brunswick
4. Kennebunk
5. Yarmouth
6. Cape Elizabeth
7. Scarborough
8. Falmouth
9. Cheverus
10.Greely

Boys

1. Yarmouth
2. Portland
3. Cape Elizabeth
4. Brunswick
5. Scarborough
6. Falmouth
7. NYA
8. Kennebunk
9. Thornton
10.Cheverus

May 15

Jackson Burrell (Greely 09/Cumberland, ME) and Ben Herman (Proctor Academy 09/Brunswick, ME) were selected to play in the 2009 US Lacrosse National Senior Showcase at Bryant University near Providence, RI on June 20. The annual all-star game features outstanding high school players representing the North, South, East and West regions of the country.

May 11 Girls Coaches Poll-Courtesy MaineEliteLacrosse.com

1. NYA
2. Waynflete
3. Yarmouth
4. Brunswick
5. Kennebunk
6. Scarborough
7. Cheverus
8. Cape Elizabeth
9. Greely
10.Falmouth


Boys Poll

1. Portland
2. Yarmouth
3. Cape Elizabeth
4. Brunswick
5. Scarborough
6. Falmouth
7. NYA
8. Kennebunk
9. Morse
10.Cheverus

5-4

Girls Coaches Poll-Courtesy MaineEliteLacrosse.com

1. NYA
2. Waynflete
3. Yarmouth
4. Kennebunk
5. Brunswick
6. Scarborough
7. Cape Elizabeth
8. Cheverus
9.Falmouth
10. Greely

Boys Coaches Poll-Courtesy MaineEliteLacrosse.com

1. Yarmouth
2. Portland
3. Cape Elizabeth
4. Scarborough
5. Brunswick
6. Falmouth
7. NYA
8. Cheverus
9 Kennebunk
10.Mt. Blue


4-27

In a rematch of the Class 'B' Boys championship, Yarmouth edged Cape Elizabeth 8-6. The Clippers special teams were clicking. Yarmouth scored seven 'Man Up' goals and was at %50, while limiting Cape to 1-7 on the 'Man Up'. The Capers Sether Hanson was everywhere, scouping up 17 ground balls.

Gardiner is now 3-0 in Eastern B after an 11-7 win over Morse. The Tigers did what Morse first two opponents couldn't; slow down Pat Wolfe. Gardiner limited Wolfe to four goals. The senior had scored a combined 13 goals in the Shipbuilders first two games, which were both wins.

Gardiner's 8-7 win over Edward Little gave the program its first-ever win. Becky Pelletier scored the game-winner with just under three minutes to play.

Messalonskee is 3-0 and Miranda Tinsman is leading the way. The Eagle has scored 13 goals in Messalonskee's three wins.


4-27-09

Boys

1.Yarmouth
2.Portland
3.Scarborough
4.Cape Elizabeth
5.Brunswick
6.NYA
7.Kennebunk
8.Cheverus
9.Falmouth
10.Lewiston

Girls

1.Waynflete
2.NYA
3.Brunswick
4.Yarmouth
5.Kennebunk
6.Scarborough
7.Cheverus
8.Cape Elizabeth
9.Greely
10.Falmouth
*Courtesy MainEliteLacrosse.com