BATH — Cameron Dunlop scored a game-high 34 points to help lead Morse past visiting Lisbon 60-42 in unified basketball action Wednesday.

Keegan Companion added 16 points for the Shipbuilders (4-3).

Michael Farrington scored 20 points and Dawson Martel 12 for the Greyhounds, who finish the regular season with a 6-2 record.

Men’s lacrosse

Bates 10, Babson 9, OT

WELLESLEY, Mass. — Host Babson tied the game with 59 seconds left in regulation to send it to overtime, but Bates made amends and scored just 40 seconds into the extra period on a Matt Chlastawa goal for a 10-9 Bobcats victory Wednesday.

The Beavers (2-1) jumped ahead 3-0 and led 4-1 after one quarter, but the Bobcats outscored the hosts 4-0 in the second quarter for a 5-4 halftime lead.

Babson again pulled ahead with the first three goals of the third, but Bates was able to tie the game 8-8 by the end of the period. Chlastawa scored his first goal of the game in the frame.

Jack Scribner’s goal from Brendan Mullally gave the Bobcats the lead with 8:40 left, only for Owen Allen to tie the game in the final minute.

Mullally had two goals for the Bobcats, while Andrew Small, Matt Kelleher, Frank Spitz, Curtis Knapton and Jack Golden each had one.

Allen and Samuel Mishkind had two goals apiece for the Beavers, with Quinn Schomp, Mason O’Hanlon, Trevor Tyrer, Alex Lesher and Niall Dillon all adding one.

Mitchell Drake made eight saves in the first half for Bates, Rob Strain stopped four shots in the second half and overtime to earn the win. Christopher Aranalde made 15 saves for Babson.

Women’s lacrosse

Bates 16, Wheaton 3

NORTON, Mass. — Bates scored 12 unanswered goals after falling behind 1-0 on their way to routing Wheaton 16-3 on Wednesday.

Margaret Smith scored five goals to lead the Bobcats (2-0), while Kathryn Grennon and Katie Allard each notched hat tricks. Summer Dias added two goals, and Gianna DiPinto, Sydney Howard and Kate Loughlin one apiece.

Lilly Callahan scored the game’s first goal for the Lyons (0-2), and Casey Kaplan scored the other two.

Eliza Statile stopped five of six shots in the first half to get the win in net for Bates, and Rachel Deptula played the second half. Jena Casman made three saves in goal for Wheaton.


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