SOUTH PARIS – Diane Ramsey single in the third inning scored Tia Pratt giving -Oxford Hills 1-0 victory over Cony on Wednesday.

Pratt had singled and reached second on an error, before Ramsey sent her home. Jen Jurzak allowed just two hits in seven innings to notch the win for Oxford Hills.

St. Dom’s 15, NYA 1

AUBURN – Mary Lewis belted a three-run homer in the fourth inning to lead St. Dom’s to a 15-1 over North Yarmouth Academy.

Lewis went 3-for-3 with five RBIs, and three runs scored. Kelsey Murphy had two hits, three RBIs, and a run scored for the Saints (2-0).

Jen Cullen picked up the win.

Lewiston 8, Mt. Ararat 1

LEWISTON – Maria Labbe and Patricia Defosse knocked in two runs apiece to lead Lewiston to a 8-1 victory over Mt. Ararat.

Labbe led the Blue Devils (1-3) with three hits, while Carly Denis added two. Danielle Willey allowed just four hits and struck out six to post the win.

Brooke Graffam allowed eight hits for the Eagles (1-3) in seven innings of work.

Dirigo 11, Livermore Falls 4

LIVERMORE FALLS – Megan Russell smacked a two-run double in the fourth inning as Dirigo beat Livermore Falls 11-4.

Shannon Daley hit an RBI double in the first inning to start the scoring for the Cougars. Pitcher Katie Hutchinson struck out seven batters to record the win, and also hit a two-run single.

For the Andies, senior Hannah McDaniel took the loss, pitching all seven innings in her first varsity contest, while Brittany Souther had a strong performance defensively.

Richmond 4, Buckfield 2

BUCKFIELD – Richmond took advantage of three Buckfield errors in the seventh inning to score four runs and post a 4-2 victory.

Ashley Hamann had an RBI double for the Bucks (1-1), while Kasey Farrington had a solid performance on the mound, fanning 14 batters in the loss.

Fryeburg 4, Yarmouth 2

YARMOUTH – Brylie Walker went 3-for-4 and had two RBIs, while Jess Wright had two hits, two RBIs, and a run scored for the Fryeburg in a 4-2 win over Yarmouth.

For Yarmouth, Jenn Senecal smacked a solo homer to right centerfield, while Sam Gray had two hits and scored a run.

Lisbon 16, Mt. Abram 3

SALEM – Christy McAuliffe had a two-run double as Lisbon posted a 16-3 win over Mt. Abram.

Lisbon (3-1) capitalized on Mt. Abram (1-3) errors in the second inning, and then pulled away thanks to timely hits in the third. Heather Perry, Sam Purcell, and Vicki Osmond all had two hits.

Mt. Abram was paced by Noelle Lake with a two-run double.

Jay 17, Wiscasset 2

WISCASSET – Alexii Smith struck out nine batters and added three hits and three RBIs to lead Jay to a 17-2 win over Wiscasset.

Desiree Castonguay and Liz Leblanc each had three hits and three RBIs for the Tigers (3-1). Emily Boivin went 3-for-3 with two RBIs, while Kaylie Demillo had two hits.

Greely 6, Poland 3

POLAND – Greely scored five of their six runs on Poland errors, posting a 6-3 win.

Despite taking the loss, Kristen Simpson had a strong performance on the mound for Poland (3-2), striking out eight batters and giving up only one earned run.

For the Knights, Tori Hricko had two hits and two RBIs.

Brunswick 13, Leavitt 2

TURNER – Mikell Barnes hit two doubles and a home run to power unbeaten Brunswick to a 13-2 victory over Leavitt.

The Dragons (5-0) opened a 9-0 lead by the third inning. Heidi Swett led Leavitt (2-2) with a pair of triples and a double. The Hornets were hurt by five errors.

Gardiner 6, EL 5

AUBURN – Gardiner rallied with three runs in both the sixth and seventh innings to edge Edward Little 6-5.

The Tigers (1-4) tied the game with three unearned runs in the sixth.

After the Red Eddies (0-4) regained the lead, Gardiner added three more for a 6-4 lead. EL fought back in its final at-bat when Alyssa Levesque scoring on Tonya Cole’s double, but Cole was left stranded at third when the game ended.

EL pitcher Kim Lawrence scattered six hits and struck out 14.

Oak Hill 15, MCI 0

WALES – Becca Roberts led all players with a double and two singles as Oak Hill dominated MCI 15-0.

Sarah Albert and Cadie Rodrigue each singled for the Raiders win. Angie Russell struck out seven batters in four innings and gave up only two hits for the shutout.

Kristy Huff and Kristen Sousa each had singles for the MCI losing cause.

Mt. Blue 11, Morse 4

BATH – Caitlin Richard belted out three hits and had three RBIs to lead Mt. Blue to a 11-4 win over Morse.

April Mullen and Amelia Allen chipped in for the Cougars (3-1) with two hits apiece. Megan Richard hurled seven innings of five-hit softball to notch the victory.

The Shipbuilders (2-2) were led by Kate Ross with two hits and one RBI, highlighted by a double. Megan Henessey worked the first six innings and was saddled with the loss.

Mountain Valley 9, Hall-Dale 6

RUMFORD – Kim Clark smashed three hits and tallied three RBIs to pace Mountain Valley to a 9-6 victory over Hall-Dale in more MVC softball action. Abby Mills chipped in for the Falcons (2-2) with two hits, while Shelby Moore earned the mound win.

The Bulldogs (3-3) received doubles from Lindsey Nitray and Brittany Ladner.

Lacrosse
Hebron 16, Tilton 5

HEBRON – Taylor Fey scored seven goals to lead Hebron to a 16-5 win over Tilton in girls lacrosse action Wednesday.

Shelly Bolduc added four goals, while KJ Forand and Katya Planson each scored twice. Mollie Metcalfe added a goal of her own to round out the Hebron scoring effort.

Tilton’s goals were netted by Clara Gaudet and Laura Bauer each with two, and Susan Polaski with one.

Oxford Hills 14, Mountain Valley 1

RUMFORD – Brooke Mason netted four goals to lead Oxford Hills to a 14-1 rout over Mountain Valley.

Hannah Strauss chipped in for the Vikings with three goals, while Hillary Aube, Heather Knights and Kelsey McLaren tallied two each. A single goal from Janelle Berry complete the scoring.

Ebony Mills and AJ Justras combined for eight saves to post the win. The Falcons (0-4) received a lone goal from Caitlin O’Connell. Taylor Smith and Tanya Lacroix turned aside nine shots in net.


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