High school roundup: Lewiston’s Sullivan just misses no-hitter


By Sun Journal staff

LEWISTON — Senior Joe Sullivan fired a complete game one-hit shutout and struck out eight to help lead Lewiston past Mt. Ararat 6-0 in KVAC baseball action Tuesday.

Sullivan carried a no-hitter into the seventh inning and with two outs, Ryan Karkos doubled to spoil the no hit bid. Sullivan struck out the next batter to end the game.

With the game being played in Lewiston due to poor field conditions at Mt. Ararat (3-9), the Blue Devils struck in the top of the first with a single run and pushed across three more in the top of the second en-route to their ninth victory of the season.

Mekae Hyde paced Lewiston (9-1) with three hits, including a triple. Scott Ouellette and Luke Cote each added a pair of singles in the victory.

Dirigo 4, Jay 0

DIXFIELD — Spencer Ross drove in a pair of runs and Jake Dowland singled in another as Dirigo remained unbeaten with a 4-0 win over Jay in MVC baseball Tuesday.

Cody St. Germain got the win for the Cougars (10-0). He struck out two in five innings of work. Eli Capen struck out nine for Jay (2-8) and scattered seven hits.

Dirigo took a 1-0 lead in the second when Dowland singled in Ben Holmes. The Cougars made it 4-0 in the third with the help of a two-run single by Ross.

Ross and Justin Conant each had two hits for the Cougars while Jake Bessey and Jake Lord each had a pair of hits for Jay.

Leavitt 18, Mt. View 8

TURNER — Leavitt scored eight times in the third to erase a two-run deficit and went on to an 18-8 pounding of Mt. View.

The Hornets (4-6) took a 6-1 lead after two innings before Mt. View (1-9) plated seven runners in the top half of the third to take an 8-6 lead. Zach Frost, Kevin Theiss, Tyler Hutchinson, and Devon Long all had a pair of singles in the win. Hutchtinson and Frost each had three RBIs, while Theiss drove in a pair.

Hutchinson picked up the victory in relief while Matt Bilodeau also had four RBIs.

Nokomis 3, Oak Hill 2

NEWPORT — Nokomis scored a pair of unearned runs in the fifth to edge Oak Hill 3-2.

Jared Spaulding scattered four hits while striking out five for Nokomis in the victory. Spencer Hartgrove had a pair of hits to pace Nokomis (4-6). Parker Asselin and Dalton Byrnes each had RBI singles for the Raiders (4-6).

Mike Rawston singled and took the tough luck loss while fanning three.


Madison 8, Mt. Abram 2

MADISON — Sierra Leblanc poked a two-run single to open up a 3-1 ballgame in the bottom of the fifth inning to help lead Madison to an 8-2 victory over Mt. Abram in an MVC softball clash.

Courtney Taylor got things started for the Bulldogs (6-4) with one of her three singles and scored on Natalie Michaud’s double. Kristen Wood followed with a single before scoring on Leblanc’s basehit. Emily McKenney picked up the victory, allowing five singles while fanning six. Kayla Booker had a double and a single.

Sam Werzanski and Molly McCafferty each had a pair of singles for the Roadrunners (3-6) in the loss.

Mt. Ararat 8, Lewiston 2

LEWISTON — Mt. Ararat scored in four of the first five innings en route to an 8-2 victory over Lewiston.

Taylor Pare got the Eagles (6-4) on the board in the first with a two-run single. She later added a double. A four-run fifth extended Mt. Ararat’s lead to 8-0.

Lewiston scored its runs in the fifth. After a Lauren Eldridge single, Cleo Miller knocked her in with a double. Meaghan Mathon later had a sacrifice fly. Miranda Riendeau earned the victory on the mound while Kati Dumais took the loss for Lewiston. Eldridge finished with a pair of singles to pace the Blue Devils (2-8).

Oak Hill 19, Nokomis 9

NEWPORT — Oak Hill broke open a close game with 16 runs in the third, fourth, and fifth innings to blast Nokomis 19-9 in KVAC softball.

Oak Hill (7-3) pounded out 15 hits, including a two singles and a double from Alexis Priest. She also drove in three runs. Kortni Michaud and Alyssa Rouleau each had a double and a single. Rouleau had four RBI’s while Michaud had two.

Lauren Hall picked up the win while striking out four. Sam Richardson and Maria Adams each had a pair of hits for Nokomis (5-5) in the loss.

St. Dom’s 18, Wiscasset 3

WISCASSET — St. Dom’s took advantage of 11 Wiscasset errors to blast the Redskins 18-3 in MVC softball.

Dayle Jordan had four hits, including three doubles with two RBIs to pace the Saints (6-3). Mary Caron added a double and a triple also driving in a pair in the win. Becky Trytek added two hits including a triple and two RBIs for St. Dom’s.

Hannah Sterling won her fourth decision, striking out three. Paige Teel paced Wiscasset (2-9).

Girls’ lacrosse

Morse 21, Mt. Valley 14

RUMFORD — Junior midfielder Tori Field netted six goals, including four in the first half, and teammate Lindsay Watts added five more to help lead Morse to a 21-14 victory over Mountain Valley in girls lacrosse action.

Eight different Shipbuilders (7-2) found the back of the net in victory. Christina Stuart tallied three goals while Guerin Morissette and Rachel Rossett each had a pair for Morse. Sadie Crosby also had five assists.

Ayala Allen led Mt. Valley (3-6) with eight goals and three assists. Cyrstal Leavitt made 13 saves in net for Morse while Jordan True turned away 11 shots for the Falcons.

Messalonskee 21, EL 6

OAKLAND — Mikayla Turner scored four goals and Messalonskee (6-2) punched in 16 goals by halftime as the Eagles soared to a 21-6 victory over Edward Little.

Maddie Kadnar, Sara Grenier and Ceci Thomas each dropped in three goals, while teammates Amy Jose, Ally Delisle and Abbey Stacey each scored two.

For the Red Eddies (1-7), Gabby LaPerrierre score three goals and collected an assist. Teammates Sadie Voisine, Tori Couture and Courtney Pelletier each had one goal.

Lewiston 22, Camden Hills 5

LEWISTON — Lauren Lessard scored five goals, while Saba Naji and Kirstin McCombs added four goals apiece to lead Lewiston to a 22-5 triumph over winless Camden Hills.

McCombs scored all four goals in the first half, while Lessard and Naji scored three apiece in the opening half, which saw the Blue Devils (3-5) grab a 15-1 by halftime.

Kayla Hamel, Emily Paione and Natalie Rousseau added teo goals apiece for Lewiston. Also scoring goals were Shelby Carver, Kelsey Dumont and Christine Belanger.

Marni Merrill scored twice for Messalonskee.

Kiristin Burgess and Sam Cote shared net duties for Lewiston, combining for seven saves.