RANGELEY — Sandra Campbell had a two-run single and Chantal Carrier went the distance on the mound as Rangeley whipped Vinalhaven, 17-4, in a softball game Saturday.
The Lakers (5-2) erupted with 15 runs in the first inning in the abridged fiving-inning matchup. Rangeley only used seven key hits to overpower Vinalhaven.
In Friday’s matchup, Rangeley held on for a wild 14-3 victory. Lauren White smacked a three-run, ground-rule double and Campbell got the win on the mound.
Oxford Hills 16, Cony 11
AUGUSTA — Oxford Hills pelted Cony with 15 hits and eight doubles as the Vikings glided off with a 16-11 victory over hard-slugging Cony in a softball game Saturday.
Jaidyn Rice led the charge for Oxford Hills with a pair of doubles, a single and drove in three runs. The Vikes (6-3) exploded with eight runs in the second inning.
Brittina Maheux had two doubles and a single and Heather Verrier got the win on the mound for the Vikings.
For Cony, Amy Jones and Morgan Brochu had a double and two singles, and Allison Brochu tripled.
South Portland 12, Lewiston 9
SOUTH PORTLAND — Rebecca Roberts scored three goals and Katie Lagios netted a pair of goals and added two assists to lead South Portland to a 12-9 win over Lewiston in girls’ lacrosse action Saturday.
Nikki LaPlante also had a pair of goals and a helper for the Red Riots (3-3), while Iris SanGiovanni stopped six shots to earn the win.
Saba Naji led the Blue Devils (2-5) with four goals, while Kirby Rodrigue had a pair. Emily Craig was busy between the pipes, stopping 22 in the losing effort.
EL 8, Greely 5
AUBURN — Tim Brodsky slipped in four goals and assisted on three as Edward Little (5-3) avoided Greely (4-3) with an 8-5 victory in a boys’ lacrosse game Saturday.
The Red Eddies took an 5-3 lead at halftime. Rounding out the scoring with one goal apiece for EL were Cody Meserve, Tom Lynch, Austin Polisky and Travis Landry. Lynch had three assists and winning goalie Henry Moniz made 16 saves.
St. Dom’s 20, Gorham 11
GORHAM — Seven different players scored at least a pair of goals as St. Dom’s unleashed an unrelenting attack on Gorham on Saturday, nearly doubling the Rams up in a 20-11 Saints victory.
Matt Adams and Troy Haefele led the charge with four goals each. Tim Day and Chris Finlay added three apiece for the Saints (7-0), and Day added six assists. Trevar Haefele chipped in with two goals and five helpers.
Three different players netted three goals each for the Rams (6-2), and Luc Robitaille added five assists to his three scores.
Cody Rodrigue turned back 14 shots in net to earn the victory.
Mountain Valley 9, Oxford Hills 5
PARIS — Kyle Duguay netted a hat trick and Anthony Rocray added another pair to lead Mountain valley to a 9-5 win over Oxford Hills in boys’ lacrosse action Saturday.
Seven different players had at least one goal or one assist for the Falcons (3-4), and Levi Rajaniemi stopped 10 shots to earn the win.
Hunter Rowell turned back eight for the Vikings (2-6). Chuck Munn led the Oxford Hills attack with a goal and an assist.
LEWISTON — Several area tennis players advanced to the state singles tournament in regional qualifying action held Saturday in Lewiston.
Seven of the top eight seeds in the boys’ bracket and six of eight in the girls’ bracket advanced to the round of 48, led by No. 1 seeds Emilie Cloutier and Scott Gagne, both of Lewiston.
On the girls’ side, one bracket-buster was Edward Little’s top player, Frankie Lally, who took out Hall-Dale’s Wendy Goldman, the No. 7 seed, 6-1, 6-2. The other was Michelle Nadeau, who ousted No. 5 Carolyn Joseph of St. Dom’s.
The boys’ bracket-buster was Nick Wilkins of Mt. Blue, who upended Jason Laport of Maranacook. Laport had previously knocked out No. 6 Nate Poulin of St. Dom’s.
Top seeds advancing included Gagne, Toni Weber of Mountain Valley, Matt St. John of Mt. Blue, Eric Hall and Eric Morin of Lewiston, Brian Bradstreet of Oak Hill and Noah Bosworth of Monmouth.
In the girls’ brackets, Cloutier will be joined in the next round by Kelsey Ouellette of Winthrop, Hannah Langlois of Oak Hill, Mary Emerson of St. Dom’s, Nadeau, Abby Blaisdell of Lewiston and Sara Lacroix of Oak Hill.