JAY — Bryan Maurais belted a home run and two doubles and Brian Hodges added a three-run blast to lead Livermore Falls to a 15-4 victory over Jay in an MVC baseball game Monday.
The Andies scored 15 runs in the first four innings to put the game away early. It was Livermore Falls’ fourth win in its last five games.
Both home runs by Maurais and Hodges came with two men on base. Maurais finished with a game-high six RBIs. Hunter Brett and Gavin Jones shared mound duties for the Andies (4-5)
Ed Krupp hit a solo home run for Jay (2-6) in the third inning.
Lisbon 22, Boothbay 1
BOOTHBAY — Mason Smith smashed a pair of home runs, including a grand slam for six RBIs, as Lisbon raced to a 22-1 victory over Boothbay in baseball action Monday.
The Greyhounds (2-4) posted no less than three runs in each of five innings, and five players had two hits apiece in the melee. Kyle Frazier gave up just four hits and three walks for a single run on the mound for Lisbon.
The Seahawks (0-5) starting pitcher Nick Timberlake was relieved after only seven outs. Timberlake did manage to connect for a double on offense for Boothbay.
Lewiston 11, Lawrence 0
FAIRFIELD — Senior right fielder Joe Sullivan hit a leadoff triple in the second inning to spark six runs as Lewiston sailed to an 11-0 shutout over Lawrence in KVAC baseball action Monday.
Blue Devils’ (7-1) starting pitcher Corbin Hyde and reliever Joe Sullivan combined for nine strikeouts. Lewiston had five hits in the six-run second inning.
Catcher Matt Woodbury prevented a no-hitter in the fourth frame by registering the first of two Bulldog (3-5) hits in the losing effort.
Georges Valley 6, Winthrop 4
THOMASTON — Drew Townsend ripped a two-run homer in the first inning and added a pair of singles to help lead Georges Valley to a 6-4 triumph over Winthrop in MVC baseball action Monday.
Ben Wallace went the distance to pick up the victory, striking out five for Georges Valley (2-3).
Leading 4-0, the Buccaneers got another two-run shot from Brandon Knight in the fifth inning, extending the lead to 6-0. Dylan Maloney and Aaron Beal each had a pair of hits in the victory.
Winthrop made it interesting in the seventh, but fell short. The Ramblers (1-3) knocked out five hits, highlighted by a pair of two-run homes from Tyler Foster and Ryan Castonguay. They each also added singles.
Tyler Renne ripped a double and a pair of singles in the loss. Ryan Conant also added a pair of singles for Winthrop.
Leavitt 17, MCI 5
PITTSFIELD — Leavitt pounded out 15 hits en route to a 17-5 drudging of MCI in a KVAC Class B baseball clash.
Tim Dow, Matt Bilodeau, Kevin Theiss, Zack Frost, and Brian Bedard all smacked doubles for the Hornets (3-4). Seven different players had multiple hits for Leavitt.
Jake Ouellete raised his batting average to above ..500 with his two singles.
Tim Dow earned the victory on the mound, pitching three scoreless innings. Christian McBrearity and Matt Bilodeau each pitched a pair of innings in the win. Darren Watrous took the loss for MCI (0-6).
Gould 7, Kents Hill 3
KENTS HILL — Jeb Clarke scattered three hits while striking out nine to lead Gould to a 7-3 victory over Kents Hill in baseball action.
Trailing 2-1, the Huskies got a run in the fourth and five runs in the sixth to seal the victory. Alec Manning paced Gould (5-0) with a double and a single. Clarke also added a double at the plate.
Falmouth 11, Poland 0
POLAND — Grayson Beressi and Jeremy Lydick each had a double and a single as Falmouth blanked Poland 11-0 in five innings in WMC baseball action.
Falmouth jumped out to a 5-0 lead in the top half of the first and never looked back.
Brett Emmertz also had a pair of singles in the victory. Thomas Fortier picked up the win, going five innings and giving up four hits, while only walking one for Falmouth (4-2). Dillon Douglass had a pair of singles, while Connor King added a double for the Knights (1-7).
Jay 17, Livermore Falls 1
JAY — Ashley Dorey hit a three-run home run in the first inning to launch unbeaten Jay to a 17-1 softball victory over Livermore Falls.
Dorey finished with three hits to pace the Tigers’ attack. Alannah White chipped in with a apir of doubles. Other Jay players with two hits included Alexis Blodgett and Paula Despres.
Kalie Doiron and Greenwood had two hits apiece for the Andies.
Oxford Hills 12, Hampden 0
HAMPDEN — Allison Snow slugged a grand slam in the third inning and added a double to lead Oxford Hills to a 12-0 triumph over Hampden in a KVAC softball game Monday.
The Vikings scored five runs in both the third and fourth innings. Dana Schultz also hit a double for the Vikings (5-2), while Brianna Martin and Mariah Martin had three hits apiece.
Crystal West and Hetahwer Verrier both pitched for Oxford Hills, combining on a three-hitter.
Telstar 10, Mt. Abram 2
SALEM — Lindsey Merrill belted a home run and her sister Kayla merrill styruck out nine batters in Telstar’s 10-2 victory over Mt. Abram on Monday.
Merrill’s homwe run was the only extra-base hit by the Rebels (6-0). Merrill had two hits, as did Nicena Walker and Tasha Farnham. Dani Smith had two hits for Mt. Abram (2-4).
Oak Hill 4,
Camden Hills 3
WALES — Marissa Caskin cracked a run-scoring double in the bottom of the seventh inning as Oak Hill grabbed a 4-3 walk off win over Camden Hills in softball action Monday.
The Raiders (6-1) were trailing 3-0 before scoring their first runs in the bottom of the third inning. Kortni Michaud contributed a pair of hits, including a double, and scored on Caskins game-ending double.
Catcher Olivia Hamalainen went 2-for-3 for the Windjammers (4-3), including a solo homer in the losing effort.
Lawrence 18, Lewiston 5
FAIRFIELD — Molly Moen’s three-run home run sparked an offensive onslaught as Lawrence pulled away in the middle innings for an 18-5 win over Lewiston in KVAC softball action.
Lewiston outhit Lawrence, 9-8, but was done in by seven errors that helped Lawrence score 15 runs in the third and fifth innings.
Jess Poulin and Sophie Lindsay led the Bulldogs (4-3) with two hits apiece, including a double. Maegan Mathon and Cleo Miller ripped two hits each whil Shyan Baillargeon drove in a pair of runs for the Blue Devils (2-6).
Leavitt 8, MCI 3
PITTSFIELD — Adrie Newton hit a solo home run and scattered six hits from the mound as Leavitt knocked off MCI, 8-3, in KVAC softball action.
Newton’s solo blast lead an 11-hit attack by the Hornets (3-4), which also included a double by Shannon Clarke and triple by Shelby St. Pierre. Clarke, St. Pierre, Annie Castonguay and Tori Zupcanic cracked two hits apiece for Leavitt. Newton struck out seven and walked just two to pick up the win.
Bri Losse and Kate Sousa collected two hits apiece for MCI (2-5).
Monmouth 12, St. Dom’s 0
MONMOUTH — Reen Kahl fired a one-hit shutout and struck out nine batters to lift Monmouth to a 12-0 whitewash of St. Dom’s in five innings Monday in a MVC softball game.
Monmouth (3-2) pounded out 13 hits in the victory.
Kristi Hilton had a pair of singles and three RBIs for the Mustangs. Kelsi Hilton, Reen Kahl, and Kylie Kemp all had multiple hits for Monmouth. Kahl and Kemp each also added a pair of RBI’s. Kahl had the lone extra base hit with a double.
Falmouth 15, Poland 0
POLAND — Kelsey Freedman struck out 10 and gave uo one hit as Falmouth shut down Poland 15-0 in five innings in a WMC softball tilt.
Lessle L’Heureux paced Falmouth (5-2) with a single, double, and a triple, while Alli Carver added a single and a triple in the victory. Maddie Inlow had a pair of RBIs with two singles for the Yachtsmen. Freedman also added a double at the plate.
Allison Morris had the lone hit for Poland (2-8).
Gray-NG 19, North Yarmouth 0
NORTH YARMOUTH — Maggie Chaplin and Alicia Valente combined to no-hit North Yarmouth, and Alex Park smacked two inside-the-park home runs as Gray-New Gloucester cruises to a 19-0 victory in a WMC softball clash.
Park also singled and drove in seven runs for the Patriots (3-4). Valente also had three hits including a double and pair of singles. Kellie Sandborn also connected on a pair of singles in the win.
Gray-New Gloucester totaled 14 hits in the five inning victory.
Edward Little 14, Camden Hills 5
AUBURN — Edward Little got outstanding goal play from freshman Taylor Landry as she turned away 15 shots while five different players register goals as they defeat Camden Hills 14-5 in girls’ lacrosse action.
The Red Eddies led 10-4 at the half and allowed only one second-half goal.
With excellent passing and tight defense, they earned their first victory of the season.
Sadie Voisine paced Edward Little (1-4) with four goals and an assist. Miranda Casey and Kate Sawyer each netted three goals, while Gabby LaPerriere and Shelby Russell each added a pair in the win.
The Red Eddies outshot the Windjammers, 27-24.
Mia Maddox paced Camden (0-5) with four goals.