Easton, Russell power Oak Hill


WALES – Kristen Easton went 4-for-5 with a triple and two RBIs as Oak Hill slipped past Belfast 12-9 in KVAC softball.

Angie Russell hit a two-run home run to spark a six-run third inning for the Raiders (3-1), and Becca Roberts, Danni Potvin, and Audrey Pelletier each had two hits. Potvin was also the pitcher of record for Oak Hill.

Bri Webster had three hits and a triple for the Lions (1-3). Liz Anderson chipped in with two hits and two RBIs.

Brunswick 12, Lewiston 0

LEWISTON – Whitney Thurlow and Liz Boynton clubbed two-run home runs in back-to-back innings as Brunswick blanked Lewiston 12-0 in softball.

Jess Timmereck pitched six innings of four-hit ball to stymie the Blue Devils, and the Dragons offense ground out a run in each inning of the contest. Thurlow and Boynton had two hits apiece in the game for Brunswick (3-1).

Danielle Willey and Jess Dumond handled the pitched duties for Lewiston (2-2).

Mt. Abram 11, Winthrop 4

SALEM – Logahn Walker scattered four hits for the pitching win and added a couple of hits at the plate as Mt. Abram rolled to an 11-4 victory over Winthrop.

The Roadrunners (3-1) took command in the bottom of the fourth inning, scoring four runs off four walks and a hit to take a 7-2 lead. Overall, Mt. Abram took advantage of nine Rambler errors.

Catcher Emily Vickerson hit a triple in the third inning for Winthrop (0-3), the lone extra base hit of the game.

Georges Valley 9, Mtn. Valley 4

RUMFORD – Vanessa Frisbee fanned 11 batters and gave up one walk for her third straight victory, powering Georges Valley to a 9-4 victory over Mountain Valley.

Jessie Keaton smacked a double for the Buccaneers (3-0).

Abby Mills (0-3) was tagged with the loss for the Falcons. Kristen Arsenault relieved in the third inning, and the two combined to surrender four hits and five walks as Georges Valley scored six runs on errors.

Telstar 29, Boothbay 0

BETHEL – Jessie Farrington smacked a three-run home run and belted a pair of two-run doubles as Telstar pounded out 23 hits in beating Boothbay 29-0 in softball Friday.

Four hurlers combined on a no-hitter for the Rebels (3-0). Tonie Morin (1-0) pitched the fourth to earn the win. Erika Landry (0-3) suffered the loss for the Seahawks (0-3).

Megan Smith added to the attack with a double and triple that each plated two runs.

Poland 5, St. Dom’s 3

POLAND – Kelly O’Connor struck out 10 and added two hits with two RBIs at the plate to lead Poland to a 5-3 victory over St. Dom’s.

Robyn Gauthier hit a two-run single in the first for Poland (2-1).

Autumn Bell led St. Dom’s (0-1) with three hits and a run scored, while Elisha Dorso had a pair of hits.

Lisbon 6, Jay 3

JAY – Lisbon scored three runs in the first and never looked back to defeat Jay 6-3 in softball action on Friday.

Emily Moore went the distance to earn the victory for the Greyhounds. Lisbon’s Siohban Riordan singled in Vicky Osmond in the second.

Desiree Castonguay and Kristen Adams each had two hits for Jay (1-4), while Kaylee DeMillo and Brittany Frayley also had two hits.

Leavitt 13, Morse 1

TURNER – RBI doubles by Brittaney Gurney and Caroline Bochtler highlighted a five-run outburst in the first inning as Leavitt overpowered Morse 13-1.

Stephanie Healy added a two-run home run in the fourth inning. Katrina Cloutier had three hits for the Hornets (2-3), while Gurney, Bochtler and Heidi Swett had two hits each. Bochtler also drove in four runs.

Gurney scattered five hits for the win. Kate Ross had two hits for Morse (1-3).

Buckfield sweeps Greenville

BUCKFIELD – Desiree Brackett tossed a one-hit shutout in Game 1, while sophomore Kasey Farrington gave up only one hit and one run in Game 2, as Buckfield swept Greenville, 13-0 and 9-1, in softball action Friday.

Kayla Jordan and Farrington sparked the Bucks (3-0) in the opener with a home run each. Brackett fanned six to earn the victory.

Farrington continued to demonstrate her value in Game 2 as she fanned 12.