BUCKFIELD — Buckfield collected a pair of wins, 10-0 and 10-5, over Forest Hills in EWC baseball action Monday.

Senior pitcher Jonah Williams had an outstanding game, striking out 10 and walking just one, while crossing the plate three times on offense in Game 1.

Tyler Vallee registered a double in each game of the twin bill, while Williams cracked a double in the first game to contribute to his mound win.

Pitcher Matt Turner sent 11 Buckfield batters to the bench with strikeouts despite the losing effort in the nightcap for Forest Hills.

Waterville 12, Leavitt 2

WATERVILLE — Waterville exploded for six runs in the third inning as the Panthers coasted to a 12-2 victory over Leavitt in baseball action Monday.

Cam Gardiner and Owen Brown collected a single and a double each for the Panthers in the winning effort.

Levi Morin had an outstanding day on offense for the Hornets, going 3-for-3, including a double.

Poland 9, Wells 3

WELLS — Lukas Johnson smashed three hits, including a pair of doubles to lead Poland to a 9-3 triumph over Wells in baseball action Monday.

Kaleb Bridgham treated the fans to a solo shot over the fence for the Knights (6-2).

Dan Quint, who had two base hits, stole three bases for the Rangers (4-3).

Mountain Valley 7, Telstar 2

BETHEL — Sophomore Tim Fitzgerald threw a complete game and allowed just three hits on two runs, as Mountain Valley picks up their first win of the season 7-2 over Telstar.

Fitzgerald and Ian Austin ripped a double each to pace the Falcon offense. Austin and Alexander Ridley led the Mt. Valley bats with a par of hits each. The Falcons snag their first win of their season and improve to 1-7.

For Telstar (1-6), Christopher Chappie batted two hits.

Dirigo 7, Carrabec 1

NORTH ANSON — Gavin Arsenault threw a gem on Monday afternoon, allowing three hits through seven innings and striking out 10, as Dirigo rolled to a 7-1 victory over Carrabec in boys’ MVC baseball.

Jack Brown sliced an RBI single in the first inning to get the offense going an go ahead 3-0 after one frame. Multiple errors in the seventh inning led to four runs for the Cougars (6-1). Kaine Hutchins paced a solid offense with three hits on the day.

William Crawford got the start on the mound for Carrabec (3-4), allowing six hits.

St. Dom’s 6, Hall-Dale 2

FARMINGDALE — A balanced offensive attack led to four players scaterring two hits or more, as St. Dom’s topped Hall-Dale 6-2 in a classic MVC baseball match up.

Mike Richards led the attack with three hits, one of which was a double. Michael Bryant received the win on the mound for the Saints, while aiding his own efforts by picking up a pair of hits. Dillion Pratt and Mitchell Lorenz chipped in two hits apiece for St. Dom’s, as they improve to 7-1 on the season.

A sophomore Ryan Sinclair received the start on the mound for Hall-Dale (4-4), while Brian Allen picked up two of the Bulldogs five hits.

Edward Little 4, Mt. Blue 2

FARMINGTON — A late rally by Edward Little gave them the edge as they topped Mt. Blue 4-2 in a boys’ KVAC baseball match up.

Evan Raymond led the Red Eddies offense with a pair of hits and an RBI double in the sixth to get the offense rolling. Raymond finished with three RBIs on the day, while Mike Hammond and Brandon Knapp scattered a pair of hits. Llewellyn Jensen picked up the win on the mound for Edward Little (4-3), his second of the year.

Ryan Pratt headed the offensive attack for the Cougars (3-5) with a pair of hits and two RBI’s to go along with it.

Mt. Abram 16, Madison 6

SALEM — Mt. Abram used a 16-hit attack and winning pitcher tripled twice as Mt. Abram rolled to a 16-6 win over Madison in a fiveinning baseball game Monday.

The Roadrunners (3-5) unloaded on the Bulldogs (2-6) in the seventh inning with seven runs.

Mt. Abram’s Arthur Ryan, Sol Fast and Tristan Dyer each had three hits, while Dixon added four.

Oak Hill 21, Boothbay 0

BOOTHBAY — Oak Hill utilized three pitchers to deliver a no-hitter, as the Raiders routed Boothbay 21-0 in boys’ MVC baseball action.

Jared Glazier, Matt Arnold and Matt Clifford combined to pitch seven strikeouts for the Raiders (7-2). Dalton Therrien launched a grand slam in the fourth inning to secure the victory for Oak Hill. Therrien notched eight RBI’s on the day, while Jonah and Jake Martin each ripped solo homers.

Carter Babcock got the starting job on the mound for the Seahawks (1-5).

Mt. Ararat 11, Lewiston 5

TOPSHAM — Harper Moutal led a hot Mt. Ararat offense with three runs batted in as the Eagles rolled to an 11-5 victory over Lewiston in baseball action Monday.

Mt. Ararat utilized five batters to hit for extra base hits, while Moutal and Cam Cox were the only repeat hitters. Kevin Cater received the win on the mound, throwing seven innings and allowing four runs.

Nick Perreault led the Blue Devils to scatter three hits and scoring twice. Kyle Ullrich receives the loss on the mound, as Lewiston drops to 4-4 on the season.

Softball

Oak Hill 16, Boothbay 2

BOOTHBAY — Lauren Beganny gave up one hit in five innings as Oak Hill overpowered Boothbay 16-2 in MVC softball action Monday.

Sadie Goulet led the Raiders (5-4) with two hits and three RBIs, while Brooke Surette belted a two-run double in the fourth.

The Seahawks (0-8) received a hit from Brenna Alley, while Cagney O’Brien was tagged with the loss.

Leavitt 18, Waterville 3

WATERVILLE — Abbie Robertson scattered five hits in five innings as Leavitt rolled over Waterville,18-3, in a KVAC softball tilt Monday.

Emily Perkins and Cierra Hilliard led the Hornets (5-3) with two hits and two RBIS each, while Annie Castonguay, Kaitlyn Deblois and Livie Gilbert all belted doubles.

Ariel Roy led Waterville (0-8) with a pair of hits, while starter Katie Huard suffered the loss.

Mountain. Valley 3, Telstar 1

BETHEL — Lindsay Marston struck out 13 and walked four as Mountain Valley capitalized on errors to take a 3-1 victory over Telstar in MVC softball action Monday.

The Rebels (5-2) sparked a little momentum in the second inning for a brief 1-0 lead. Autum Morin doubled, and two batters later, Sadie Ellsworth doubled her in for the only Telstar run of the game.

The Falcons (5-3) made good use of five Telstar errors, scoring a pair of runs in the fourth and an insurance run in the sixth inning.

Buckfield takes two

BUCKFIELD — Buckfield cruised to a pair of wins, 13-4 and 16-4, over Forest Hills in EWC doubleheader softball action Monday.

Freshman catcher Kali Litchfield peppered four hits, including a double, triple and four RBIs in Game 1 for the Bucks (4-2).

Junior designated player, Courtney Lowell, had two hits and two RBIs in Game 1 and led Buckfield with three singles and two RBIs in the nightcap.

Linda Riley and Josie Hoyt had two hits each for Forest Hills (4-4) in the second game.

Edward Little 17, Mt. Blue 3

FARMINGTON — Senior center fielder Kennedy Hubbard went 3-for-3 and scored four runs as Edward Little delivered a bruising 17-3 rout over Mt. Blue in KVAC softball action Monday.

The Red Eddies (4-3) jumped out to a 9-1 lead after just two innings, and capped the contest with five runs in the top of the sixth frame to eventually invoke the 12-run rule.

Kory Norcross contributed two doubles, two runs-batted-in and crossed the plate twice for Edward Little.

Mandi Currier singled in one of the Cougars’ (4-3) three runs with a single in the fifth inning.

Madison 10, Mt. Abram 0

SALEM — Kristen Wood provided a pair of hits, including a grand slam in the sixth, to lift Madison to a 10-0 victory over Mt. Abram in softball action Monday.

Pitcher Emily McKenney threw a one-hitter and struck out 15, while adding two singles and an RBI on offense for the Bulldogs (7-0).

The Roadrunners (2-5) managed to spoil the no-hitter with a single, while Katie Jordan took the mound loss for Mt. Abram.

Mt. Ararat 9, Lewiston 5

TOPSHAM — A late rally produced enough run support for Mt. Ararat to cruise past Lewiston 9-5 in softball action on Monday.

Kim Leslie and Sara Lamb combined to throw the game for the Eagles (2-5). Katelyn Cox smacked a double for Mt. Ararat, while Hannah Reis made good work behind the plate. The Eagles tacked on seven runs in the fifth and sixth inning to secure the victory and pick up their second win on the year. Lauren Belleau, Courtney Marquis and Kaylyn Labonte all scattered a pair of hits for Lewiston. The Blue Devils drop to 0-7 on the year with the loss.

Dirigo 12, Carrabec 6

NORTH ANSON — A strong fourth inning of softball led to Dirigo rolling to a 12-6 victory over Carrabec in girls’ MVC softball action Monday.

Brittany Greig, Britney Ellis, and Megan Bradbury led the offensive attack, with two hits apiece. Emma Lueders drove in three runs on the day as well for the Cougars (3-3). Brooke Lewis, Liberty Chestnut and Bailey Atwood chipped in two hits apiece for Carrabec in the loss. The Cobras fall to 4-3 on the season.


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