FARMINGTON — Colton Lawrence had three RBIs on a pair of doubles as Mt. Blue hustled to a 5-2 victory over Brunswick in a late-season KVAC baseball tilt Friday.

Lawrence and Thomas Wing led the Cougars (7-6) with two hits each, while Evan Roberts earned his third mound win of 2015.

Josh Goddard led the Dragons (6-7) with an RBI double, while catcher Bobby Lewis also plated a run. 

Mountain Valley 7, Monmouth 4

RUMFORD — Tim Fitzgerald scattered six hits in seven innings and received ample run support as Mountain Valley rolled to a 7-4 win over Monmouth on Friday. 

Ian Austin led the Falcons (6-6) with two hits and four RBIs, while John Pepin, Josh Mason, Tucker Rowland, Nick Newman and Fitzgerald all belted out two hits. 


Chandler Harris worked the first four frames for the Mustangs (8-5) and was tagged with the loss. 

Dirigo 6, Carrabec 0

NORTH ANSON — Kaine Hutchins hurled six innings of n0-hit baseball Friday as Dirigo rolled to its sixth straight shutout of the season with a 6-0 rout over Carrabec. 

Hutchins helped the Cougars’ (12-1) cause with three hits, two RBIs and three stolen bases. 

Dustin Crawford gave up eight hits in a full-game effort for the Cobras (6-7) and suffered the loss. 

Oak Hill 10, Telstar 1


BETHEL — Matt Arnold scattered six hits in seven innings and drew ample run support as Oak Hill rolled to a 10-1 late-season win over Telstar. 

Dalton Therrien led the Raiders with a two-run double, while Kaleb Morrisette and Jonah Martin each collected two hits. 

The Rebels were paced by Josh Eliot an RBI single, while Tanner Wheeler suffered the loss. 

Leavitt 3, MCI 2

TURNER — Lucas Perry ripped a sacrifice fly in the sixth that plated Chandler Lajoie as Leavitt edged MCI, 3-2, in a KVAC baseball tilt Friday. 

Julian Kirouac struck out seven on the hill for Leavitt and helped his own cause with an RBI double in the third. Zac Dymond also contributed by bumping Lajoie over to third with a fine bunt. 


Adam Tolman drove in a run for MCI with a timely single in the first inning. 

Lisbon 13, Boothbay 5

LISBON — Ryley Austin had three hits, including a double, and two runs scored as Lisbon coasted to a 13-5 triumph over Boothbay in baseball action Friday afternoon.

The Greyhounds exploded for seven runs in the bottom of the forth inning. RJ Sargent, Kyle Bourget, Tyler Halls, Noah Francis and Nick Lerette had two hits apiece for Lisbon.

Will Vice went 3-for-4 and scored twice for the Seahawks (0-12), while coming on in relief for Victor Burge in the forth inning in the losing effort.

Kennebunk 7, Gray-New Gloucester 5


GRAY — The catcher, Kip Richard, nailed a two-run single in the fourth inning to steer Kennebunk to a 7-5 victory over Gray-New Gloucester in WMC baseball action Friday afternoon.

The Rams (8-5) scored three unearned run in the second inning. Justin Wiggins earned the mound win for Kennebunk.

Senior short stop Ben Lary scored a double for the Patriots (5-8). Gray-New Gloucester rallied for three runs in the bottom of the seventh, but finished short in the windy outing.

Boys’ lacrosse

Lewiston 5, Cony 1

LEWISTON — Gunnar Wade and Mohammed Khalid each scored a pair of goals as Lewiston (9-2) dropped Cony 5-1 in a boys’ lacrosse game Friday.


Roman Dennis also scored and Wade picked up an assist.

For the Rams (4-6), Brett Sproul scored. Lewiston goalie Bryan Wagg made eight saves.


Mt. Blue 10, Brunswick 4

FARMINGTON — After sprinting out to a nine run advantage in the first two frames, Mt. Blue coasted to a convincing 10-4 rout over Brunswick in KVAC softball action Friday.

Rachelle Bator broke things open for the Cougars (5-8) in the first with a two-run single. Kasadie Barker also drove in a run early to keep the momentum going. Mt. Blue tacked on five more runs in the second to take command for keeps.


Taylor Burke scattered seven hits in seven innings of work to hold the Dragons at bay. Addie Brinkman led Mt. Blue with a pair of hits in the contest.

Leavitt 22, MCI 3

TURNER — Angela Daigle allowed three runs in three innings yet drew amle run support as Leavitt rsced away to post a 22-3 romp over MCI in more KVAC softball action Friday.

Delanie Strout led the Hornets with a three-run home run and five RBIs, while Nicole Daigle went 4-for-4 and scored four runs.

Hannah Stewart led MCI with one hit and one RBI, while Kara Doiron also belted out a hit.

Poland 5, Freeport 1


POLAND — Trailing by one after two frames, Poland rallied for three runs in the third and pulled away to record a 5-1 victory over Freeport in WMC softball action Friday.

Kolby Woods had nine strikeouts in seven innings to notch the win. The Knights (11-3) collected six hits, highlighted by Morgan Brousseau’s RBI triple.

Elizabeth Wiest led Freeport with an RBI single in the first.

Dirigo 5, Carrabec 1

NORTH ANSON — Catcher Megan Bradbury plated three runs to lead Dirigo to a 5-1 victory over Carrabec in MVC softball action Friday afternoon.

The Cougars (9-4) put three runs on the board in the first inning. Bradbury smacked a two-run double in the frame. Bradbury and senior shortstop Emma Lueders recorded a single and double each for Dirigo.


The freshman pitcher, Sam LeBeau collected an RBI double in the home half of the fourth inning for the Cobras (8-5). Carrabec outhit their opponents 7-4 in the losing effort.

Cony 8, Oxford Hills 5

PARIS — Senior pitcher Arika Brochu tossed a five-hitter and contributed a triple, two singles and three RBIs as Cony beat Oxford Hills, 8-5, in KVAC softball action Friday afternoon.

The Rams (10-3) posted three runs in each of the first and third innings. Skyles Watson chipped in with two singles and an RBI for Cony.

Senior first baseman Anna Winslow collected three hits, including a triple, for the Vikings (9-4) in the losing effort.

Mountain Valley 12, Monmouth 7


RUMFORD — Junior short stop Karen Flaherty stroked a key three-run double in the sixth inning to lead Mtn. Valley to a 12-7 victory over Monmouth in MVC softball action Friday afternoon.

The Falcons (6-6) were leading by a tenuous 7-6 margin when they came to the plate in the bottom of the sixth. With two outs, sophomore catcher Abby Mazza got on base with one of her three hits, and Flaherty pushed three across with her double.

The catcher, Hannah Anderson, had two solid hits and was hit by a pitch for the Mustangs in the losing effort.

Girls’ lacrosse

Winslow 14, Edward Little 11

WINSLOW — Mckenzie Winslow punched in five goals and Sabrina Janereau added another four as Winslow shook off Edward Little 14-11 in a girls’ lacrosse game Friday.

The Red Eddies (2-7) closed in on Winslow, but the Black Raiders kept their distance, building an 11-7 halftime lead.

For the Red Eddies, Francesca Haines scored six goals and earned an assist and Brooke Lever dropped in two. Delia Demers, Danielle Gagne and Olivia Paione added one.

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