Girls’ high school roundup: Hall’s homer lifts Oak Hill


GARDINER — Lauren Hall crushed a three-run home run in the sixth inning as Oak Hill made a late surge for a 7-1 victory over Gardiner in softball action Monday.

Hall also pitched a complete game win for the Raiders (10-3), giving up just two hits and fanning eight batters along the way.

Taylor Fillion and Kortni Michaud chipped in with two hits apiece for Oak Hill.

Brittany Carver and Camden Coan shared pitching duties for the Tigers (3-8) in the losing effort.

St. Dom’s 16, Winthrop 3

WINTHROP — Amanda Turcotte sparked the Saints’ offense with a bases-clearing double in the third inning as St. Dom’s jetted to a 16-3 victory over Winthrop in softball action Monday.


The Ramblers (5-6) scored first when Alyssa Arsenault singled in Abby Helm in the second inning. But, Winthrop’s defense could not prevent the Saints (8-4) from scoring six runs in the third and fifth innings.

Junior third baseman Becky Trytek chipped in with a triple for St. Dom’s in the winning effort.

Lewiston 13, Morse 11

LEWISTON — Kati Dumais had four hits, while Maegan Mathon and Shyan Baillargeon knocked in three runs apiece to lead Lewiston to a 13-11 victory over Morse in a KVAC softball game Monday.

The Blue Devils (3-9) rallied from a 10-9 deficit with four runs in the fifth inning.

Mathon and Erica Brochu each hit triples. Mathon and Baillargeon had three hits apiece, while Heather Michaud added two singles.

Emma Seeley and Jen McNeil each hit a double for Morse (3-9).

Telstar 9, Madison 0

MADISON — Kayla Merrill pounded out three hits — all singles — and held Madison to only five as the pitcher of record for Telsstar as the Rebels pounded the Bulldogs 9-0 in MVC softball action Monday.

Lyndsay Merrill added a double and a single for Telstar (11-1), and Hannah Morin smacked a double in the winning effort.

Pitcher Emily McKenney led the offensive charge for the Bulldogs (7-5), pounding out a single and a double.

Buckfield 13, Rangeley 2

BUCKFIELD — Ally Martin, Alicia Patrie, Heather Clavet and Danielle Patrie led Buckfield’s 17-hit attack with three hits apiece to power Buckfield to a 13-2 triumph over Rangeley in a Class D softball game.

Leading 5-1, the Bucks (6-2) put the game away with seven runs in the fifth inning. Martin ripped a three-run double and Alixia Patrie followed with another double to launch the outburst.

Heather Clavet scattered five hits and struck out 10 for the victory. Sami Zak added two singles for Buckfield.

Taylor Esty hit a triple for Rangeley, while Jenny Abbott hit a pair of singles.

Hampden 7, Mt. Blue 6

HAMPDEN — Mt. Blue fell short with a late-inning rally as Hampden survived a 7-6 win in softball action Monday.

Hannah Allen roped a bases-clearing double in the bottom of the sixth inning as the Cougars rallied for four runs to shrink a six-run deficit to just two (6-4).

The Broncos got one back in the top of the seventh. Michaela Yeaton and Tanisha Dellama reignited the Cougars’ rally with a pair of hits, but fell one run short as the third out was made.

Mtn. Valley 17, Livermore Falls 3

RUMFORD — Chrissy Briggs hit a three-run home run in the first inning to lead Mountain Valley to a 17-3 victory over winless Livermore Falls.

Brooke Dolloff added a pair of triple for the Falcons (4-6). Dolloff and winning pitcher Lindsay Gallant had three hits apiece.

Gallant allowed just three hits for the victory.

Lisbon 25, Wiscasset 0

LISBON — Lisbon plated ten runs in the bottom of the first and six more in the third inning en route to a 25-0 victory over Wiscasset in MVC softball action.

The Greyhounds (7-6) tallied nine more runs in the fourth to cap off the scoring. Shauna Riordan had a double and pair of singles while knocking in four runs, while teammate Ashley Fournier also had three hits and two RBIs to help lead Lisbon. Brook Lawrence also added a single and a double with four RBIs.

Kimber Morse earned the victory on the mound, allowing two hits. Carolyn Footer and Paige Teal each singled for Wiscasset .

Leavitt 13, Waterville 0

WATERVILLE — Leavitt scored runs in five different innings including six in the second to blank Waterville 13-0.

Annie Castonguay paced the 12-hit attack with a double and pair of singles. Adrie Newton rapped a pair of singles. The junior also struck out eight Panthers (0-11) for the win.

Shelby St. Pierre also knocked a key two-run single and added a double for the Hornets (5-7). Morgan Pellerin took the loss for Waterville.

Mt. Ararat 8, Edward Little 5

TOPSHAM — Mt. Ararat tallied five runs in the bottom of the sixth to surge past Edward Little 8-5 in Class A softball.

The Red Eddies (6-5) tied the game at two apiece in the top half of the sixth before the Eagles sealed the victory in the bottom half. Shauna Williams led Mt. Ararat (8-5) with three singles, while Sara Rogers had a pair.

Miranda Martin had three singles for Edward Little, while Kory Norcross and Emily Johnson each had a pair of hits in the loss. Miranda Riendeau-Card got the victory on the mound for Mt. Ararat, while Martin took the loss, scattering six hits.

Yarmouth 12, Poland 2

POLAND — Yarmouth broke open a 2-2 game with four runs in the fifth inning en route to a 12-2 victory over Poland in WMC softball action.

Yarmouth added six more runs in the last two innings for the 10-run victory. Julie Dursema and Lauren Wrobleski each had a pair of hits for the Clippers (12-2). Kat Seeley ripped a double for the Knights (2-12) in the defeat.

Mt. Abram 9, Carrabec 0

SALEM — Mt. Abram scored six times in the bottom of the first on their way to a 9-0 win over Carrabec in a MVC softball clash.

Molly McCafferty picked up the key win for the Roadrunners (5-7).

Becca Bergeron had the lone two hits for the Cobras (6-6).


Morse 17, Edward Little 10

AUBURN — Lindsay Watts scored six goals and Tori Field added five goals and two assists to spark Morse to a 17-10 triumph over Edward Little in a girls’ lacrosse game Monday.

The Shipbuilders (8-2) opend a 7-3 lead by intermission. Christine Stuart chipped in with three goals.

Shelby Russell scored five goals for the Red Eddies (1-8). Saydi Voisine added four goals and Miranda Casey scored once. Paige Landry made 11 saves in goal for EL.