LEWISTON – Recent action from Elliot Ave. Little League Major Division:

Melanson Paving 18, Aubuchon Hardware 6 – Nick Belanger, Colton Bernier, Noah Withee and Conner Perron had two hits apiece for Melanson. Nick Perreault’s two hits for Aubuchon included a home run, and Jacob Charest also delivered a pair of hits.

Melanson Paving 11, Mike Morris 6 – Alex Small and Conner Perron combined for the pitching victory. Carter Chabot and Nick Belanger each notched three hits. Perron added two. Andrew Butler paced Morris with four hits.

Healy 10, Dube Flower 1 – Eddie Emerson pitched four solid innings to pick up the win. Chad Hinkley contributed solid relief pitching, and Ron Seguin led the attack at the plate, going 4-for-4 with three doubles. Dube threatened to score several times in the late innings, but Emerson and Hinkley held them in check.

Healy 13, Rowe 12 – Healy rallied from seven runs down to tie the game in the bottom of the sixth innings. Brady Whetzel then ripped a three-run double to provide the winning tally. Tom Hurd was the victorious hurler.

Dube 7, Rowe 3 – Brian Wigant struck out 10 in pitching Dube to the victory. Evan Gosselin belted two doubles and a triple, with Wigant contributing two singles and a double. Drew Fenderson doubled twice to supplement the Dube onslaught. Zach McBride mashed a double for Rowe.

ASLL softball

AUBURN – Pepsi defeated Rotary, 15-5, in Auburn Suburban Little League softball action. Kelsey Butcher pitched a fine game for Pepsi, striking out nine. She also helped her own cause by going 4-for-5 with three doubles and a triple. Emily Bolduc was 5-for-5 with double and four singles. For Rotary, Kennedy Hubbard struck out five in a strong pitching performance. Hubbard also had two hits and some outstanding defensive plays. Dinah Sterling added two singles and a walk.

Gee & Bee continued its superb early season with a 10-3 softball win over Crystal Springs. Kory Norcross pitched five innings and struck out nine. Tianna Harriman took the hill to close it out in the sixth. Norcross, Harriman, Ashlee Arnold and Miranda Johnson each had two hits. Hannah Delong belted a double and single for Crystal, while Caitie and Brittany Williams both added a hit.

ASLL baseball

AUBURN – Dillingham and Son chopped down Hammond Lumber, 8-1. Several terrific defensive plays highlighted the game. Adain Dollen-Aliveto went 3-for-3 and Joey Lupher went 1-for-2 to lead Dillingham. Brady Gosselin hammered out a triple while going 2-for-2 for Hammond.

HRH continued its winning baseball ways with a 13-2 win over Pepsi. Evan Raymond went the distance on the mound for HRH and went 2-for-3 at the plate. Bryce Gibson was a repeat hitter for HRH, and he contributed a diving stip and throw-out from shortstop. Brian Crane steered the offense with two home runs, a double and six RBIs in a perfect night at the plate.

Brandon Knapp, Mason Bosse, ach Hurd, Cole Butler and Steve Sinclair each had hits for HRH. Owen Voisine played solid defense for HRH, including a play in which he took a bad hop to the chest, stayed with the play and fired out the runner at first.

Pepsi’s Ian Mileikis pitched the distance and notched both RBIs for his club. One of his two hits was a triple. Isaac Torres also was a hitter for Pepsi, with C.J. Jipson and Bo Norcross playing strong defense.

GRCC Pitch, Hit & Run

RUMFORD – Twenty-seven local youths participated May 17 in the GRCC & Rumford Parks Department Pitch, Hit and Run competition at DARE Park Fields. Boys and girls competed together in all categories.

Age 7-8: Overall and run champion, Emily Laubauskas; pitch champion, Ethan Laubauskas; hit champion, Alexander Gorham.

Age 9-10: Overall and pitch champion, Karen Flaherty; hit champion, Curtis Gauvin, run champion, Curtis Steele.

Age 11-12: Overall, hit and run champion, Shannon Laubauskas.

Age 13-14: Overall and hit champion, Adam Volkernick; pitch champion, Zachary Radcliffe; run champion, William John Cunningham.

The winners will compete in the state competition May 31 in Bangor. Winners of that event will be eligible for the team championship June 7 at Fenway Park in Boston.

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