LINCOLN — Lauren Hall hurled seven innings of one-hit softball as Oak Hill rolled to a 2-0 victory over Lincoln.
Hall helped her own cause at the plate with two hits, while Becca Belaire belted an RBI single in the first inning. Sarah Albert also contributed with an RBI single in the seventh.
Richmond 13, Rangeley 0
RANGELEY — Richmond exploded for eight runs in the fourth inning and closed out a 13-0 win over Rangeley in five innings in Western D softball action Monday.
Tara Hurley led Richmond’s 11-hit attack with three hits, while Lindsey Hoopingarner and Brianna Snedicker added two hits apiece. Allie Hammond and Lauren White both had hits for Rangeley (1-1).
Jay 13, Carrabec 9
JAY — Ashley Dorey ripped a pair of hits, including a two-run homer, as Jay held off Carrabec, 13-9, in MVC softball action Monday.
Paula Despres inherited a bases-loaded, no-out situation coming on in relief of Alexi Smith in the second inning and proceeded to strike out the side to protect Jay’s 4-0 lead. The Tigers (3-1) led 10-2 after five before Carrabec, led by a Carissa Booker home run, rallied for seven runs over the final three innings to make things interesting.
Despres struck out eight in picking up the win for the Tigers, while Netta Shank added two hits, including a double. Kaitlyn Smith and Cassidy Kutcher also doubled for Jay.
Gray-NG 6, Falmouth 2
FALMOUTH — Laura Getchell tossed a five-hitter and ripped a two-run double during a four-run uprising in the fifth inning to lead unbeaten Gray-New Gloucester to a 6-2 triumph over Falmouth.
In addition to Getchell, Abby Ryan and Alicia Valente also hit doubles for the Patriots (4-0) in the decisive fifth inning. Valente’s two-bagger knocked in a run, and Maggie Chaplin drove home the fourth run with a single. Ryan was the game’s lone repeat hitter, finishing with two hits.
Getchell struck out seven batters, while Sam Collmus of Falmouth (2-2) fanned five.
Edward Little 9, Morse 0
AUBURN — Emily Johnson drove in four runs on four hits to lead Edward Little to a 9-0 shutout victory over Morse in KVAC softball action Monday.
The Red Eddies (4-1) sent 10 batters to the plate in the fourth inning, and scored five runs on three hits in the frame. Kirsten Prue chipped in with two hits and two RBIs for Edward Little.
The pitcher Amber Tuplin recorded five strikeouts for the Shipbuilders (2-4).
Fryeburg Academy 12, Freeport 2
FRYEBURG — Airel McConkey and Maggie McConkey peppered three hits apiece to lead Fryeburg Academy to a 12-2 shelling of Freeport in WMC softball action Monday.
The Raiders tore into the game from the start, plating four runs in the first inning. Carla Tripp and Charlotte Lewis contributed two hits apiece. Lewis had a triple and three RBIs for Fryeburg.
Jessica Kane produced both of the Falcon’s runs with a double in the fifth inning.
Oxford Hills 7, Brunswick 0
SOUTH PARIS — Heather Verrier scattered four hits and received ample run support as Oxford Hills hustled to a 7-0 victory over Brunswick.
Brooke Ladd led the Vikings (4-1) with two hits and two RBIs, while Verrier helped her own cause with a pair of hits.
Laura Blier handled pitching duties for the winless Dragons (0-5) and was tagged with the loss.
Madison 12, Livermore Falls 5
LIVERMORE FALLS — Emily Berry struck out seven and walked five as Madison raced away to a 12-5 win over Livermore Falls in MVC softball action.
Natalie Michaud led the Bulldogs with four hits and three RBIs, while Kayla Booker belted an RBI double.
Caitlin Townsend went the distance for Livermore Falls (2-3) and took the loss.
Lisbon 16, St. Dom’s 5
AUBURN — Kimber Morse scattered three hits and drew incredible run support as Lisbon pounded out a 16-5 victory over St. Dom’s in an MVC softball matchup Monday afternoon.
Shauna Riordan led the Greyhounds (4-0) with four hits and four RBIs, while Brooke Lawrence chipped in with three hits and three RBIs. Amber Cloutier also contributed for Lisbon with two hits and three RBIs.
Mary Caron led the Saints (2-2) with an RBI double, while Hannah Sterling was tagged with the loss.
Mt. Ararat 7, Lewiston 5
LEWISTON — Cara Hitchcock belted four hits and Melissa Reindeau added two more as Mt. Ararat (4-2) held off a stubborn Lewiston, 7-5, in a softball game Monday.
For Lewiston (0-6), Carley Denis led the way with three hits and an RBI. Mt. Ararat winning pitcher struck out four batters.
The two teams were evenly matched on offense, with the Eagles banging out 11 hits to the Blue Devils’ 10.
Mt. Abram 9, Dirigo 1
SALEM — Mt. Abram’s (1-2) seven of its nine runs came with two outs as the Roadrunners sped past Dirigo (2-2) with a 9-1 victory in a softball game Monday.
The Roadrunners’ Jullian Withee had two hits and drove in three runs and teammate Colleen Shields had two hits and drove in a run.
Molly McCafferty got the win on the mound for Mt. Abram.
Yarmouth 9, Poland 1
YARMOUTH — Abby Ridge pounded out three hits and drove in two runs to lead Yarmouth to a 9-1 romp over Poland in WMC softball action Monday.
Ridge ignited a four-run second frame for the Clippers (3-2) that allowed them to put the game out of reach. Julie Duesema also contributed with two hits and two RBIs.
Sarah Sands went the distance for winless Poland (0-5) and was tagged with the loss.
Messalonskee 15, Oxford Hills 4
PARIS — Abbey Stacey netted five goals and dished off an assist to lead Messalonskee to a 15-4 rout over Oxford Hills in a girls’ lacrosse matchup Monday.
Ally DeLisle chipped in for the Eagles with four goals, while Ali Omsberg added three. Lydia Kouletsis tallied two goals, while a single tally from Hannah Stucki completed the scoring.
Heather Knights led the Vikings (1-2) with three goals, while Ebony Mills also tallied. Sarah Jacques made 10 saves for Messalonskee, while Mariah Kimball turned aside nine shots between the posts.
Mountain Valley 15, Camden Hills 5
RUMFORD — Ayla Allen continued her torrid goal-scoring pace, netting another 10 goals Monday for Mountain valley as the Falcons soared past Camden Hills in Class B lacrosse action. Allen has now scored 29 goals in three games this season.
Tia White added three for the Falcons (2-1), Heather Theriault and Jessica Theriault added one each and Hollie Theriault stopped 11 shots to earn the win in net.
The Windjammers'(0-4) five goals came from five different players, and Clare Bryant stopped eight in the loss. Mountain Valley outshot the visitors 23-16.