THOMASTON – Georges Valley pitcher Danielle Frye roped a triple in the fifth inning to push across the eventual game-winning run as the Buccaneers upset defending state champion Telstar, 7-5, in MVC softball action Friday, ending the Rebels’ win streak at 33.

The Rebels (14-1) were paced by shortstop Vicki Rice and second baseman Joseline Belanger. Rice had a single and an RBI, while Belanger contributed a single in the losing effort.

The two squads will meet again on Tuesday at Thomas College for the MVC championship.

Oak Hill 8, Camden Hills 4

WALES – Angie Russell struck out 10 batters and allowed five hits to lead Oak Hill to an 8-4 victory over Camden Hills in a KVAC matchup.

Battery-mate Becca Roberts had two hits, including a triple, and a pair of RBIs. Russell also had two singles for the Raiders (8-7).

Catcher Kara LeCage paced the Windjammers (3-11) with a pair of singles.

Mt. Abram 4, Dirigo 2

SALEM – Sophomore Rachel Fullerton collected the only hit for Mt. Abram as the Roadrunners pulled out a 4-2 victory over Dirigo in MVC softball action.

The Roadrunners (7-5) scored a pair of runs in the first and third innings to take an early 4-0 lead. Pitcher Logahn Walker fanned six Dirigo batters and walked three for the win.

The Cougars scored a run in the fourth and fifth innings, but could not capitalize on their 4-to-1 advantage in hits. Katrina Pulk was the only repeat hitter with a triple and a single for Dirigo, and also scored a run.

Monmouth 15, Livermore Falls 3

MONMOUTH – Senior Samantha Fairchild knocked in three runs on a double and a pair of singles to lead Monmouth to a 15-3 triumph over MVC foe Livermore Falls.

Courtney McFarren and Jess Gray combined to one-hit the Andies (4-10). Jenn Lola added a double for the Mustangs (9-5).

Poland 9, York 4

POLAND – Poland had five singles in the first inning, scoring four times en route to a 9-4 triumph over York Friday afternoon.

Nicole Chinnock paced the Knights (6-8) with three singles, while Kristen Simpson and Toni Ritchie each added a pair of hits. Alicia Dube also contributed with a two run single in the fifth to seal the victory.

Becky Enright had three hits, including a double, for the Wildcats (3-12).

Lisbon 6, Winthrop 5

LISBON – Catcher Christy McAuliffe drove home a pair of runs as Lisbon clipped Winthrop, 6-5, in MVC softball action Friday.

The Greyhounds (9-5) were up by a comfortable 5-1 lead after three innings, but the Ramblers responded with three runs in the top of the fifth. Lisbon scored what proved to be the winning-run in the bottom of the frame.

Lisbon pitcher Emily Moore struck out one and scattered eight hits, while collecting a double at the plate to notch the win.

Mt. Blue 10, Morse 0

FARMINGTON – Caitlin Richard belted a two-run home run in the first inning to highlight a five-run outburst to send Mt. Blue to a 10-0 blanking of Morse.

Richard added a single and finished with four RBIs for the Cougars (10-5). April Mullen had a pair of singles and Amanda Perkins added a double in the win.

Jill Henrickson had a double for Morse in the loss.

Madison 7, Jay 2

MADISON – Madison scored four times in the fifth inning to break open a tight game and defeat Jay 7-2 in MVC softball.

Britany Lechtenfels led off the fifth inning with the lone Bulldog (13-2) hit and came around to score on a wild pitch, the first of three that inning that scored runs.

Ashely Marandola earned the victory on the mound while Alexii Smith took the loss for Jay (9-5). Liz LeBlanc had a pair of singles in the loss.

Cony 13, Oxford Hills 4

AUGUSTA – The Cony softball team erupted for 19 hits in a 13-4 victory over Oxford Hills, the second Vikings defeat this week.

Cony scored four runs in the first, five in the second, and three more in the third to jump out to a 12-1 lead after three innings. Kelsey Soule, Holly Rines, Megan Cloutier and Alyson Cheever were all repeat hitters for the Rams. Mika Wilson got the victory scattering six hits.

Diann Ramsey had a double for the Vikings (12-3) in the loss.


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