Blue Devils cork Shipbuilders, 5-1

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BATH – Luke Potter had a solid game on the mound, pitching six scoreless innings and fanning eight batters en route to Lewiston’s 5-1 victory over Morse in baseball action Thursday afternoon.

Only two Morse (3-1) runners made it to second base in seven innings. Potter was also strong offensively for the Blue Devils (2-2), hitting an RBI single in the fifth inning.

The lone repeat hitter of the game was Greg Henrickson with two hits for the Shipbuilders.

Lacrosse

Oak Hill 12, Morse 3

WALES – Kasey Behne tallied three goals and two assists, leading Oak Hill to a 12-3 win over Morse in boys’ lacrosse action Thursday.

Kevin Laplante added two goals and three assists, while Zach Eaton and Matt Davis each chipped in with a pair of goals for the Raiders (4-0). Joey Gilbert, Nick Brown, and Zack Provost rounded out the scoring effort. Oak Hill outshot Morse with a commanding 34-8 advantage.

Morse (1-4) was paced with two goals by Mike Percy and with one goal by William Giles.

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Wiscasset 4, EL 1

AUBURN – Four different players scored as Wiscasset posted a 4-1 win over Edward Little in a KVAC lacrosse matchup Thursday afternoon.

Caleb Jones tallied the first goal for the Redskins (3-1). Sean Pinkham and Justin Kromley each netted second-quarter goals, while Cody Robson notched the fourth and final goal for Wiscasset in the fourth quarter.

The Redskins dominated in ball possession throughout the match.

The lone Eddies’ (1-3) goal was netted by Kyle Russell off a pass from Zach Ward.

Mountain Valley 6, Camden Hills 3

RUMFORD – Chris Lowell and Chris Taylor netted two goals apiece Thursday to lead Mountain Valley to a 6-3 victory over Camden Hills in local boy’s lacrosse action.

Brendan Bradley and Zack Yahn also tallied for the Falcons (2-2) to complete the scoring.

Jeff Pelletier made eight saves in net to notch the win.

Kevin Richards, Christian Windhoffer and Taylor Majjey all tallied goals for the struggling Camden Hills (0-4). Adrian Monsam handled netkeeping duties, turning aside five shots.

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