WISCASSET — Josh McLamb and Willie Brown hit back-to-back home runs and Alex Maurais added a double and home run during the nine-run fourth-inning uprising to lift Livermore Falls to a 12-5 victory over Wiscasset in an MVC baseball game Friday.

Maurais started the fireworks with a double to open the fourth with the Andies clinging to a 3-2 lead. McLamb hit a two-run shot and Brown followed with his blast. Maurais batted again in the inning and belted a two-run homer.

McLamb struck out nine batters in six inning to pick up the win. Alex Rose, and Chandler White chipped in with doubles.

Chris Brann hit a double and triple for Wiscasset (0-1)

Erskine 8, Mt. Blue 4

SOUTH CHINA — Erskine took advantage of six walks in the sixth inning to score all eight runs to rally from a three-run deficit for an 8-4 victory over Mt. Blue on Friday.

The Cougars (0-2) took a 3-0 lead in the fourth on a pair of hits, including Matt Crowley’s RBI single, and two Erskine errors.

The lead held up until the sixth, when Erskine scored eight times off three Mt. Blue pitchers. The Eagles (1-1) had just one hit in the inning.

Nick Hilton and Alec Wallace had two hits apiece for Mt. Blue.

Lisbon 16, Madison 0

LISBON — Frank Angelico went 2-for-2 with three runs and four RBIs to lead Lisbon to a 16-0 rout over Madison in a five-inning baseball matchup Friday afternoon.

The Greyhounds (2-0) began the scoring relatively light before making a mad dash towards the finish line with seven runs in the bottom of the third inning for a 12-0 lead.

Lisbon’s Alex Hall and Mike Degou joined Angelico in the extra-base-hit category with a double each. Bill Cusson and Jordan Costigan came up with the Bulldogs’ only two hits.

Hall also notched the mound win for Lisbon withy five innings pitched, two hits, eight strikeouts and no walks. Bob Day suffered the loss for Madison.


Oxf. Hills 7, Lewiston 0

LEWISTON — Jaidyn Rice had three hits and Heather Verrier fired a seven-hit shutout to lead Oxford Hills to a 7-0 victory over Lewiston.

The Vikings (1-1) scored the only runs they needed in the second inning when hits by Brooke Ladd and Brianna Martin and a pair of Lewiston errors led to two runs.

Lewiston (0-2) stayed close until the Vikings increased the lead by two runs in the fifth, one in the sixth and two more in the seventh.

All 13 Oxford Hills hits were singles. Martin, Ladd and Brittney Maheux added two hits each for the Vikings. Olivia Cote and Michelle Caron had two hits apiece for Lewiston, while Kourtney Bartlett had a double.

Livermore Falls 18, Wiscasset 11

WISCASSET — Ashlie Robbins slugged a three-run home run to power Livermore Falls’ onslaught in an 18-11 triumph over Wiscasset on Friday.

The Andies (1-1) trailed 6-3 and 10-9 before taking command with a nine-run outburst in the sixth inning. Livermore Falls had 20 hits, including a pair of doubles by Katherine Lake and one double by Sam Greenwood.

Kaitlyn Townsend struck out eight batters for the victory. Heidi Pinkham had seven strikeouts for Wiscasset (0-1).

Oak Hill 11, Leavitt 0

TURNER — Lauren Hall led the way with four hits, including a three-run home run in the first inning, and pitched a six-hit shutout to lead Oak Hill to an 11-0 season-opening win over Leavitt in KVAC Class B softball action Friday.

Hall finished with three singles and the home run, and four RBIs on the afternoon. Batterymate Taylor Fillion pounded out three hits for the Raiders (1-0), who unleashed 14 in all against the Hornets (0-1).

Kedra Ray sparked the home team with a pair of hits. Adrie Newton pitched three innings and suffered the loss, while Kayla Richardson pitched four innings of scoreless relief.

Edward Little 17, Brunswick 1

AUBURN — Senior Kayla Cummings went 4-for-4 with three runs and three RBIs to lead Edward Little to a 17-1 mauling of Brunswick in softball action Friday afternoon.

The Red Eddies (2-0) poured on the offense in the bottom of the fourth inning, adding 11 runs to an already 6-1 lead. Megan Hussar chipped in with three hits, three runs and two RBIs.

Rachel Moroney collected two of the Dragons (0-2) three hits in the losing effort.

Miranda Martin notched her second pitching victory of the season for Edward Little.

Boys’ lacrosse

Lewiston 8, Mt. Ararat 4

TOPSHAM — Elliot Chicoine scored two goals and goalie Jesse Leeman stopped 19 shots to lead Lewiston to an 8-4 victory over Mt. Ararat in boys’ lacrosse action Friday.

The Blue Devils (1-1) took charge early by opening a 5-1 advantage by halftime.

Also scoring for Lewiston were Brandon Tiner, Curtis Robinson, Steven Patrie, Matt Melanson and Mason Gates. Ryan Lemelin chipped in with a pair of assists.

Dylan Bousquez-Smith scored three goals for Mt. Ararat (0-2).

Oak Hill 6,

Camden Hills 5

WALES — Eric Lapointe took a feed at the top of the crease from Will Aronson and buried a shot past Camden Hills netminder Josiah Bartlett with 2:56 to play in regulation to lift Oak Hill to a 6-5 victory over Camden Hills in KVAC Class B lacrosse action Friday.

Trever Samson had two goals and an assist for the Raiders (1-1), and Nick Flaherty added a pair of goals. Jon Averill scored as well for Oak Hill, and Sam Hatch had a pair of assists.

Five different players scored for the Windjammers (0-2), with Max Mercier leading the way with a goal and a helper. Eric Vattaso earned the win in the cage for Oak Hill, stopping seven of 12.

Lincoln Academy 10, Mtn. Valley 9 (OT)

NEWCASTLE — Attacker Sam Stone scored the game-clincher at 3:49 of the overtime frame to lift Lincoln Academy to a 10-9 victory over Mountain Valley.

The Falcons (1-1) led 5-4 at the midpoint. Cowen Johnson scored a game high four goals for Mtn. Valley.

The Eagles (2-1) outpaced Mtn. Valley 4-3 in the third quarter. Ethan Wager recorded three goals for Lincoln Academy.

Hebron 3, Kents Hill 1

KENTS HILL — Eric Banash scored a pair of goals to lead Hebron to a 3-1 victory over Kents Hill in boys’ lacrosse.

The Lumberjacks (3-4) scored an unanswered goal in each of the third and forth quarters to peel away from a 1-1 halftime tie. Mike Bouchard rounded out the scoring for Hebron.

Timmy Ryan notched the lone goal for the Huskiesl (0-4).

Kale Cockerell made 15 saves for Kents Hill, while Kyle Cordaro prevented eight to earn the win in net for Hebron.