BETHEL – Candace Hall hurled her third no-hitter of the season as Telstar rolled to a 13-0 shutout over Winthrop.

Hall’s performance gave coach Jim Lunnie his 30th straight victory.

Sarah Field smacked a bases-loaded triple for the Rebels (11-0) and had two hits, while Josie Reiss and Megan Smith also contributed with two hits on the day.

Dirigo 10, Carrabec 1

DIXFIELD – Lanette Bryant hurled six innings of one-hit ball and got plenty of run support as Dirigo rolled over Carrabec 10-1.

The Cougars (4-7) erupted for a five-run fourth inning, ignited by a two-run double from Shannon Daley. Brittany Palmer, Dani Tompkins, Bryant and Daley had two hits each for Dirigo.

The Cobras (1-8) scored their lone run in the seventh to prevent the shutout.

Cony 14, Lewiston 2

LEWISTON – Taking advantage of an error plagued first inning, Amy Jones belted a three-run single allowing Cony to jump out and take a 14-2 win over Lewiston.

Three walks, surrounded by two hits led to a four-run third inning for the Rams (9-3). Chelsea Soule and Holly Rines each had two singles.

For the Devils (4-7), Danielle Willey had an RBI single in the first, while Maria Labbe smacked a solo homer in the sixth inning.

Madison 2, Lisbon 1

MADISON – Madison scored both their runs in the first inning and held on through the rest of the contest to post a 2-1 win over Lisbon.

Jess Hayden smacked an RBI double, while Amanada Poissionner had an RBI single for the Bulldogs (9-2). Ashley Marandola was solid on the mound, striking out four batters en route to recording the win.

Kristen Kinney smacked two singles for the Greyhounds (8-3).

Oxford Hills 3, Mt. Ararat 0

PARIS – Jen Jurczak fired a one-hitter and struck out 14 to lead Oxford Hills to a 3-0 victory over Mt. Ararat.

Megan Gauger singled and alertly scored in the fourth inning when Mindy Rugg singled and was thrown out trying to get to second. The Vikings (10-1) added two insurance runs in the fifth on singles by Tia Pratt, Pamela Eells and Diane Ramsey and a fielder’s choice by Deanna Emery.

The Eagles (0-11) had their only hit in the fourth inning, when they loaded the bases before Jurczak escaped the jam.

Mt. Abram 10, Georges Valley 4

THOMASTON – Loghan Walker had a solid performance, recording the win on the mound with four strike outs, and getting two hits and two RBIs at the plate, to lead Mt. Abram to a 10-4 win over Georges Valley.

Rachel Fullerton had three hits, including two RBIs, while Sarah Dyar had two hits and two RBIs for the Roadrunners (5-4).

Jess Keating had two hits and two RBIs, while Danielle Leavitt also had a pair of hits and one RBI for the Buccaneers (8-2).

Livermore Falls 12, Wiscasset 10

WISCASSET – Freshman Kathrynn Lake notched her first career save, coming in with two outs in the seventh to cement a 12-10 Livermore Falls win over Wiscasset.

Meg Smith made the game ending catch for the Andies (2-8), preventing Wiscasset players on second and third from being able to tie the contest. Jenny Freeman and Michelle Belanger had solid offensive performances, with Freeman hitting a bases-loaded triple in the fourth, and Belanger smacking a two-run double.

Gray-New Gloucester 11, Poland 4

GRAY – Laura Getchell struck out 12 and helped her own cause at the plate with three hits and two RBIs to lead Gray-New Gloucester to a 11-4 victory over Poland.

Olivia Ryan chipped in for the Patriots (8-5) with three hits and three RBIs, while Gianna Oddi and Brittany Humphrey added two hits each.

After scoring just one run in the first six innings, the Knights (5-7) posted three in the seventh to close the gap slightly.

Maranacook 5, Oak Hill 4

READFIELD – Katie Norwood had three doubles and had one RBI as Maranacook slipped past Oak Hill to post a 5-4 win.

Chelsay Freeman hit a double in the eighth for the Black Bears (7-3).

For the Raiders (5-7), Cortney Seguin had a two-run double in the seventh inning to help tie the game and push it into extra innings. Cadie Rodrigue went 2-4 with an RBI.

St. Dom’s 6, Sacopee Valley 3

SOUTH HIRAM – Kelsey Murphy belted a pair of hits and had two RBIs to pace St. Dom’s to a 6-3 win over Sacopee Valley. Heidi Neadeau, Micaela Kelly and Erynne Landry all belted doubles for the Saints (5-3).

Jenn Cullen went the distance and recorded her fourth win. Pitcher Whitney Stacey led the Hawks (5-6) with three hits, while Autumn Jones smashed a home run.

Morse 2, Edward Little 1

BATH – Morse tallied unearned runs in the second and third innings to post a 2-1 victory over Edward Little.

Kayla Cummings brought home Megan Hussar on a single in the seventh inning for the lone Eddies (1-10) run.

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