AUBURN — Brian Crane ripped an RBI single in the seventh inning to give Edward Little a 3-2 victory over Brewer in KVAC baseball action Monday.

The Red Eddies (3-2) trailed 2-1 after five frames. Brandon Varney led his squad with three hits and two RBIs, while Evan Raymond belted a double.

Spruce Mountain 10, Carrabec 3

NORTH ANSON —  Scottie Hall scattered five hits as Spruce Mountain rolled to a 10-3 victory over Carrabec in MVC baseball action Monday.

Lucas Preble led the Phoenix (2-3) with three hits and three RBIs, while Brad Hodges and Brandon Stearns also pounded out three hits. Nate Goodine also contributed with a pair of hits in a well-balanced attack.

Boog Dunphy and Hunter Fernald led the Cobras (1-3) with doubles in the fourth inning. Dustin Crawford suffered the loss after working the first five frames.

Madison 11, Mountain Valley 0

MADISON —  After jumping out to a 3-0 lead in the first inning, Madison never let up and raced away to an 11-3 win over Mountain Valley in MVC baseball. 

Cody Soucier and Chase Malloy led the Bulldogs (2-3) with two hits and two RBIs apiece. Malloy also picked up the mound win, allowing five hits in five innings of work. 

St. Dom’s 8, Oak Hill 6

AUBURN —  Mike Richard’s RBI single ignited a five-run rally in the fourth, as St. Dom’s came back from a 4-2 deficit to defeat Oak Hill 8-6 Monday.

The undefeated Saints (5-0) got key hits from Richard and Mike Bryant in the fourth frame that helped put them back in control. 

The Raiders (4-2) were paced by Brady Dion and Jake Bannister with two hits apiece. Jake Martin worked the first four frames and suffered the loss.

Monmouth 17, Boothbay 0

MONMOUTH —  Nate Gagne hurled five innings of one-hit baseball as Monmouth overwhelmed Boothbay 17-0 in a lopsided MVC tilt Monday.

Brandon Goff led the undefeated Mustangs (4-0) with two hits and three RBIs, while Hunter Richardson and Jariah Caissie combined for four hits and three RBIs.

Richmond 11, Buckfield 0

BUCKFIELD — Mike Stewart threw a six-inning no-hitter, striking out 12 while walking three, in Richmond’s 11-0 EWC baseball shout of Buckfield.

Matt Holt backed up Stewart’s work on the hill with a double, two RBIs and two runs scored. The Bobcats (3-0) took advantage of 11 walks along with their six hits.

Keenan Stockdale allowed only two runs through the first four innings in a solid start for the Bucks (0-3).

Kennebunk 1, Poland 0

POLAND — Eric Aiken threw a no-hit gem against an unbeaten Poland offense as Kennebunk squeaked out a 1-0 baseball win Monday.

Aiken struck out three batters and got 12 to pop up for an out, and his team did the rest. Caleb Burpee jacked a solo shot in the second inning for the only run of the game. Kennebunk (2-3) played strong defensively to secure the victory and the no-hitter.

For Poland (4-1), Shawn Murphy struck out six and allowed only four hits.

Bangor 5, Lewiston 4

BANGOR — The Bangor bats lit up in the third inning, banging out four doubles for three runs as the Rams held off Lewiston, 5-4.

Trevor Delaite threw six strikeouts for Bangor (4-1) while chipping in a double. Justin Courtney, Andrew Hillier and Ryan Brookins all had doubles in the third inning.

For Lewiston (2-3), Austin Wing crossed the plate twice.

Mt. Abram 12, Telstar 1

BETHEL — Jonathan Hart and Seth Thomas combined to throw a one hitter as Mt. Abram cruised to a 12-1 MVC victory over Telstar in a five-inning baseball matchup.

Draegan Tooker was the only repeat hitter for the productive Mt. Abram (2-2) offense. Freshman Josh Eliot was charged with the loss on the mound for the Rebels (0-4).

Leavitt 16, Maranacook 8

TURNER — Leavitt’s offense was well spread out, adding a few runs every inning as they rolled to a 16-8 victory over Maranacook in boys’ varsity baseball action.

Drew Gosselin was a monster at the plate, going 3-for-4 with 6 RBI’s. Sam Godfrey added three hits for the Hornets (2-3). Chad Morin threw four innings in relief for Leavitt to keep the score in control.

For Maranacook (3-3), Cam Brochu had a three run homerun in the second inning, while Jason Brooks chipped in two hits.

Softball

Telstar 8, Mt. Abram 5

BETHEL — Sadie Ellsworth had three hits and two RBIs Monday and was the backstop for Jessica Dirago’s 14 strikeouts in Telstar’s 8-5 MVC softball win over Mt. Abram.

Mt. Abram (1-2) scored two runs in the fourth inning and three in the fifth, closing the gap to 6-5 before the Rebels (3-1) broke it open in the sixth. Becca Howard singled and scored on a hit by Ellsworth, who later scampered home on a passed ball.

Tehya Johnson started a double play in the top of the seventh to shut down the Roadrunners’ final hopes of a rally.

Marya Beedy belted a double to get Mt. Abram on the board in the fourth. Katie Jordan had two hits and an RBI to go along with her eight strikeouts in the circle. Dirago also drove in a run to help her cause.

Kennbunk 8, Poland 5

POLAND — Kennebunk erupted for six runs in the fifth inning and went on to post a 8-5 win over Poland in WMC softball action Monday.

Ally King led Kennebunk with three hits in the contest. Ally Gregorie also contributed with an RBI double. Meg Dube struck out two and walked seven en route to the pitching win.

The Knights led 4-1 after three frames. Kolby Woods and Kylie Martin split time pitching, with Martin working the final two frame. Lindsay Theriault led Poland’s offensive effort with a triple.

Bangor 17, Lewiston 0

BANGOR — Skyler Cassum and Emily Reilly combined to throw a no-hitter, and Bangor cruised to a 17-0 victory over Lewiston in softball action on Monday.

Cordellia Stewart smacked a homerun to lead the Bangor offense, while Kelsey Pendergast and Kylie Cunnigham each scattered a pair of hits. Courtney Marquis and Makayla Girouard pitched for the Blue Devils, who fell to 0-5.

Richmond 15, Buckfield 3

BUCKFIELD — Meranda Martin threw a strong game as Richmond cruised to a 15-3 victory over Buckfield.

The Richmond bats also got hot as the game progressed, scoring 12 of their 15 runs in the final three innings. Martin and Kelsea Anair combined for four RBI’s on the day, while Kelsie Obi chipped in a pair of singles and an RBI for the Bobcats (3-0).

Buckfield (2-2) made use of four pitchers on the day. Alannah Knox stroked a double that drove in a run, while Hannah Gallant notched two singles for the Bucks.

Edward Little 9, Brewer 7

AUBURN — Calli Murray smacked an RBI double in the fourth inning to get things rolling for the Edward Little offense as the Red Eddies rallied to top Brewer. 9-7.

Murray had a triple on the day as well, while freshman Jordyn Reynolds batted in three runs. Emily Schario and Molly Murray combined for the win, allowing nine hits on seven runs for Edward Little (3-2).

Cassy Green aided the Brewer (3-2) effort with a pair of home runs.

Oak Hill 22, St. Dom’s 1

AUBURN — Senior Lauren Beganny allowed only two hits through five innings, as Oak Hill rolled to a 22-1 victory over St. Dom’s in girls’ softball action.

The Raiders (2-2) scored 15 runs in just the first and fourth innings. Oak Hill had six hitters get on base more than once. Kayla Veilleux, Grace Sabine and Sadie Goulet each chipped in a double and a single.

For St. Dom’s (0-4), catcher Jacqueline Schmitz had both hits, including a double.

Girls’ lacrosse

Messalonskee 18, Edward Little 4

AUBURN — Messalonskee scored 17 goals in the first half and beat Edward Little in girls’ lacrosse Monday 18-4.

Sidney Gagne, Ally Fischang, Mikayla Turner and Kristen Kern each scored three goals for the Eagles (1-1). Gagne and Turner each added a pair of assists.

EL (0-3) got three goals from Fran Haines.

Sydni Collier had three saves for the Eagles, which outshot EL 26-12. Julia Langevin came on in relief and made six saves for EL.

Lewiston 8, Mt. Ararat 7

LEWISTON —  Laurianne Murphy found the net with five minutes left in regulation to give Lewiston a 8-7 win over Mt. Ararat in a KVAC girls’ lacrosse tilt Monday.

Murphy led the Blue Devils (2-1) with four goals, while Cierra Thislewaite and Brie Wilson each scored two goals. Sam Cote made nine saves to notch the victory.

Brunswick 9, Oxford Hills 5

SOUTH PARIS — Brunswick had four players with multiple goals as the Dragons topped Oxford Hills 9-5 in girls’ lacrosse action.

Anna McMillan, Angelica Boyle, Grace Rabinowitz and Sydney Anderson all netted two goals on the day for Brunswick (2-0). Savannah Smith assisted two goals, working well on the offensive side for the Dragons.

Paige Garcia netted a hat trick for Oxford Hills, while Sydney Jackson and Kayla Smedberg picked up a goal each. Samantha Bickford had her work cut out for her in net, turning back 18 shots for the Vikings (1-1).


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