KENTS HILL — Freshman first baseman Brady Dion tabulated three hits to lead Oak Hill to a 3-1 victory over Maranacook in KVAC baseball action Saturday afternoon.

The game was tied 1-1 after the fourth inning, but the Raiders (6-6) found some light at the end of the tunnel.

In the top of the seventh, Cody Provost earned a bases on balls for the go-ahead run and junior pitcher Josh Martin added some insurance for his mound win with another walk.

Senior first baseman Zach Elwell accounted for the only Black Bear (4-7) hit in the losing effort.

Lisbon 5, Monmouth 4

LISBON — Kyle Frazier lined the first pitch he saw into right field in the bottom of the eighth inning to plate Dalton Dunphy for a walk off win as Lisbon upset Monmouth 5-4 in baseball action Saturday.

The Mustangs (8-3) rallied from a 3-1 deficit in the seventh inning as Matt Lent led off with a double. An error followed by back-to-back singles, a bases loaded walk and a hit batsman gave them a 4-3 lead.

In the bottom of the frame and with one out, Frazier hit a double, followed by a walk to Chyle Cameron. Frazier’s pinch runner, Josh Pomerleau stole third and scored when the throw ended up in left field to tie the game at four.

Mason Smith earned the mound win, pitching all eight inning and striking out seven along the way.

Hebron 7, Gould 1

BETHEL — Geno Wentworth struck out nine batters, gave up one walk and a hit as he steered Hebron Academy to a 7-1 victory over Gould Academy in the MAISAD Championship on Saturday.

Hebron took a commanding 5-0 lead by the fifth inning and Wentworth helped out at the plate with a one-run double in the first inning.

Gould (7-1) got its only run in the sixth inning when Peter Cole singled and came home two errors and a stolen base.

Buckfield sweeps

BUCKFIELD — The Buckfield Bucks (4-2) dispatched Valley with 10-9 and and 15-2 victories in a baseball doubleheader Saturday.

In Game 1, the Bucks were trailing 4-3 after four innings before scoring eight runs over the next three innings. But Valley erupted with four runs in the top of the seventh to make it a tight game.

Jonah Williams got the win on the mound for Buckfield in Game 1. He also belted a two-run double in the sixth inning when the Bucks pushed across four runs. Devon Carlile and Trevor Averill each had two hits.

The Bucks wouldn’t allow the second game of the twin bill to become a nail-biter. Buckfield instantly took command when it piled up 12 runs after the first two innings. The Bucks used a 13-hit attack to overwhelm Valley.

Averill and Hedrick doubled. Hedrick went on to unload a bases-clearing triple in the second inning, driving in three runs.


Telstar 5, St. Dom’s 1

AUBURN — Shortstop Autumn Berry went 3-for-4 at the plate to lead Telstar to a 5-1 victory over St. Dom’s in MVC softball action Saturday afternoon.

The game remained close until the sixth inning when the Rebels (10-1) took advantage of some less than ample St. Dom’s defense. Berry led off with a single.

Saints’ (7-4) pitcher Hannah Sterling struck out the next batter, but walked the next to have runners on 1st and second. Following a fly out to left field, Sterling walked another to load the bases and Berry scored on a wild pitch.

First baseman Nicena Walker hit a routine grounder to the second baseman, but the toss to first was over thrown, scoring two more runs. Walker eventually scored on an illegal pitch.

Oak Hill 1, Maranacook 0

KENTS HILL — Marrissa Caskin recorded a pair of hits as Oak Hill edged Maranacook 1-0 in softball action Saturday afternoon.

The Raiders (9-3) decided the game in the last inning, scoring a run in the bottom of the seventh. Taylor Fillion, the catcher, contributed a triple in the sixth inning for Oak Hill.

The Black Bears (8-3) matched Oak Hill with four hits, but failed to plate a single run as Lauren Hall picked up her ninth mound win of the year.

Girls’ lacrosse

Hebron 13, Kents Hill 6

HEBRON — Sarah Markey led Hebron’s offensive effort with four goals as the Lumberjacks chopped Kents Hill 13-6 in the MAISAD championship game of girls’ lacrosse action Saturday afternoon.

The Huskies scored four of the first five goals of the second half and narrowed Hebron’s lead to 8-6. But, the Lumberjacks responded well in the final ten minutes of play, scoring five unanswered goals.

Janelle Bradish chipped in with three goals, while Talya Bent and Chelsea Boucher added two apiece for Hebron.

Jenya Sakaeva and Janie O’Halloran combined for four of Kents Hill’s six goals in the losing effort.