GRAY — Laura Getchell fired a no-hitter and struck out 13 ro lead Gray-New Gloucester to a 4-0 victory over Lake Region.
Kassie Wilson provided the fireworks for the Patriots (6-2) with a two-run home run in the first inning.
Lake Region pitcher Allison Clark kept the game close, limiting Gray-NG to four hits.
Medomak Valley 2, Oak Hill 1
WALDOBORO — Heidi Obuchon knocked in the winning run in the bottom of the seventh inning to lead Medomak Valley to a 2-1 victory over previously-unbeaten Oak Hill in a KVAC Class B softball game Friday.
After each team scored once in the first inning, Oak Hill pitcher Lauren Hall and Kayla Santheson of Medomak Valley piled up zeroes until Obuchon’s breakthrough in the seventh that scored Anna Vose with the game-winner.
Hall had two hits and knocked in the only run for Oak Hill (8-1). Alexis Priest and Julia Applebee also had two hits for Oak Hill. Hall finished with eight strikeouts.
Lincoln 4, Leavitt 1
TURNER — Winning pitcher Amelia Pennington held her ground on the mound and took a whack at Leavitt at the plate with a triple and an RBI double as Lincoln Academy (8-1) sidestepped Leavitt (1-8) with a 4-1 victory Friday.
After a scoreless four innings, Pennington brought home Lincoln’s first run with a double in the fifth inning and then her team added three more runs in the seventh inning.
Laura Soohey and Pennington each had two of Lincoln’s six hits. The Hornets made six errors, and two of those errors allowed Lincoln to score three runs in the seventh.
Losing pitcher Adrie Newton struck out seven batters.
Mtn. Valley 10, Madison 9
MADISON — Taylor Welch recorded a single and a double to pace Mountain Valley to a 10-9 victory over Madison.
The Falcons (4-2) jumped out to a 5-1 lead in the third inning and held strong over the next four innings. Hannah LaPointe pitched in with a pair of singles for Mountain Valley.
The Bullodgs (3-6) rallied for four runs in the bottom of the seventh, but came up one run short of tying the contest. Kayla Belanger contributed a single and a triple with three runs in the game for Madison.
Lisbon 17, Winthrop 13
LISBON — Brooke Lawrence keyed an offensive explosion with a four-hit afternoon, including a pair of doubles and a triple, to lead Lisbon to a 17-13 victory over visiting Winthrop.
Lawrence also scored three times for the Greyhounds (8-2), who also got three hits, four runs scored and three stolen bases on the afternoon from Shauna Riordan, and another four runs scored on 2-for-4 hitting from Chantel Bisson.
Kimber Morse earned the win for Lisbon, her sixth of the season.
St. Dom’s 16, Boothbay 3
BOOTHBAY — Alex Landry fired a two-hitter to lead St. Dom’s to a 16-3 triumph over Boothbay.
Heidi Nadeau sparked the offense with two doubles and a triple, while Mary Caron added a double and triple and Meg Lawrence chipped in with a pair of singles. Landry struck out four batters.
Buckfield sweeps Greenville
BUCKFIELD — Buckfield scored 25 runs on 25 hits in sweeping Greenville, 14-1 and 11-0 in a softball doubleheader Friday.
Melissa Taylor led the Bucks’ 18-hit attack in the first game with four hits, while Brittany Wiley (two doubles), Ally Martin and Alicia Patrie tallied three hits and Kate Corson knocked a pair. Wiley struck out seven, walked one and gave up just one hit on the mound for the Bucks. Ashley Monroe had the hit, an RBI single, for the Lakers (3-2).
In Game 2, Heather Clavet struck out 12 and gave up just two hits to post the shutout. Patrie and Ashley Hammond each had a double and Martin smacked two hits for the Bucks (6-2).
Lacrosse Gorham 18, Mountain Valley 4
RUMFORD — Mia Rapolla scored eight goals and Kelsey Black added four to power unbeaten Gorham to an 18-4 victory over Mountain Valley in girls’ lacrosse action Friday.
The Rams (7-0) opened up an 9-3 lead by halftime and coasted.
Ayla Allen scored three goals and Tia White added one for the Falcons (2-3). Holly Theriault made 15 saves.