LISBON — Noah Austin had two doubles and two runs batted in to lead Lisbon to a 3-1 victory over Dirigo in baseball action Monday afternoon.

The Greyhounds (5-3) scored all three runs in the home half of the fourth inning. Nate Havlicek contributed two hits for Lisbon.

Gus Brown had two hits for the Cougars (4-3), while Riley Robinson roped a triple in the seventh inning, scoring on a throwing error to prevent the shutout for Dirigo.

Messalonskee 11, Lewiston 5

FAIRFIELD — Jared Cunningham and Connor Gnarland pounded out two hits including a double each as Messalonskee notched an 11-5 triumph over Lewiston in baseball action Monday afternoon.

The Eagles (4-5) made solid use of a lengthy second inning with five runs in the frame. Tyler Lewis chipped in with a pair of singles for Messalonskee.

Freshman first baseman Hunter Landry had two hits and two stolen bases for the Blue Devils (3-6).

Cape Elizabeth 3, Gray-New Gloucester 1

GRAY — The pitcher, Nate Ingalls, was effective with eight strikeouts as Cape Elizabeth coasted to a 3-1 victory over Gray-New Gloucester in baseball action Monday afternoon.

The Capers (6-1) received back-to-back RBI singles in the fourth inning from Pat MacDoanld and Bryce Hewitt. Ingalls got out of a base-loaded, last-inning jam to preserve the win for Cape Elizabeth.

The Patriots (2-7) scored their lone run in the bottom of the fourth inning when Dalton Corthell plated Tanner Mann with a single.

Oxford Hills 9, Skowhegan 3

SKOWHEGAN — Senior catcher Matt Smith collected three singles and two RBIs to power Oxford Hills to a 9-3 victory over Skowhegan in baseball action Monday afternoon.

The Vikings (5-3) opened up the scoring in the fourth inning with five runs. Senior Blake Slicer earned the win in six and two-thirds innings with eight strikeouts for Oxford Hills.

Junior right fielder Isaac Witham posted half of the Indians’ (5-4) six hits, and contributed an RBI.

Leavitt 3, Mt. View 0

THORNDIKE — Pitcher Brian Hewitt struck out 11 and gave up only one hit as Leavitt buzzed past Mt. View 3-0 in baseball action Monday afternoon.

Zac Dymond recorded a pair of hits for the Hornets. Hewitt helped his own cause with an RBI single for Leavitt.

Russ Delonzo of Mt. View slapped the lone single for the Mustangs.

Mountain Valley 17, Mt. Abram 0

SALEM — Jacob Blanchard ignited a 13-run eruption in the second inning as Mountain Valley raced away to record a 17-0 baseball win over Mt. Abram Monday. 

Blanchard broke things open for the Falcons (2-4) with a timely two-run double, while John Pepin and Jon Adley combined for four hits and five RBIs. Tim Fitzgerald also contributed with two hits for Mountain Valley.

Jacob Beauchesne earned the mound win after working the first three frames.  

Messalonskee 10, Lewiston 5

OAKLAND — After building a three-run advantage in the first three frames, Messalonskee never eased off the gas and raced away to record a 10-5 baseball win over Lewiston on Monday. 

Tyler Lewis led the Eagles (5-3) with three hits and two RBIs, while Jared Cunningham also belted out three hits. Josh Joy contributed with three hits, including an RBI-double, while Connor Garland pounded out a pair of hits.

Hunter Landry and Jack Leblond led the Blue Devils (3-6) with two hits apiece.  

Rangeley 17, Greater Portland Christian 6

AUBURN — Freshman hurler Cal Crosby worked three solid frames Monday and drew all kinds of run support as Rangeley outgunned Greater Portland Christian 17-6 in a  baseball matchup. 

Kyle Larochelle led the Lakers (4-2) with three hits and two RBIs, while Zach Trafton and Leo Perez each drove in a pair of runs. 

Rangeley built a 8-1 advantage in the first two frames and was never seriously challenged. 

Brewer 9, Mt. Blue 1

FARMINGTON — Brewer used 11 hits and erupted with five runs in the second inning to put aweay Mt. Blue (1-7) with a 9-1 victory in a baseball game Monday.

Alex Brooks got the win on the mound for the Witches and teammated Jack Corey tripled and doubled. Logan Rogerson doubled twice.

For the Cougars, Kyle Farrington doubled and Tom Wing had two hits.


Leavitt 13, Mount View 1 (6 inn.)

THORNDIKE — Abby Robertson scattered three hits and drew ample run support Monday as Leavitt overpowered Mount View 13-1 in an abbreviated mid-season softball tilt. 

Maddie Green led the Hornets (4-4) with three hits and two RBIs, while Hannah DeBlois and Delanie Strout each drove in a pair of runs. Robertson helped her own cause with three hits in the contest. 

Krista Porter went the distance for Mount View (2-6). 

Edward Little 7, Lawrence 0

AUBURN — Sarah Hammond scattered three hits, struck out 11 and received adequate run support as Edward Little overwhelmed Lawrence 7-0 in a Class A South softball tilt Monday. 

Hammond helped her own cause with three hits for the Red Eddies (7-1), while Emmy Lashua belted out three hits and Jordyn Reynolds added two. 

Mountain Valley 15, Mt. Abram 2

SALEM — Emily Laubauskas pitched seven innings of no-hit ball Monday and drew ample run support as Mountain Valley overpowered Mt. Abram 15-2 in more local softball action. 

Laubauskas led the Falcons (3-3) with four hits and three RBIs, while Grace Briggs belted out three hits and drove four runs. Sydney Petrie also contributed with four hits and three RBIs in a well-balanced attack. 

Alora Ross worked the first five frames for Mt. Abram and suffered the loss. 

Cape Elizabeth 13, Gray-NG 9  (10 inn.)

GRAY — Kelly O’Sullivan belted an RBI double in the 1oth inning Monday to give Cape Elizabeth a hard-earned 13-9 victory over Gray-New Gloucester in what was perhaps the most competitive softball match this far in 2016 for either squad.

O’Sulliav led the Capers (7-2) with two hits and three RBIs, while Megan Nicholson and Jesse Robichaud drove in two runs apiece on two hits.

Amanda Thayer and Ali Martel led the Patriots (5-3) with multiple hits in the game, while Haley True suffered the loss. Gray-New Gloucester rallied for three runs in the fourth to get back into contention.  

Messalonskee 2, Lewiston 1

OAKLAND — Sophomore Sarah Labbe scored in the ninth inning on one of Lewiston’s two errors as Messalonskee remained undefeated with a 2-1 win in softball action Monday afternoon.

The Blue Devils (6-3) scored first when Emily Mousseau doubled home Jordan Mynahan in the second inning.

The Eagles (8-0) tied the game at 1-1 as Makenzie Charest scored on a fielder’s choice in the sixth inning.

Oxford Hills 16, Skowhegan 3

SKOWHEGAN — Junior center fielder Hannah Kenney set the tone early with a first inning home run as Oxford Hills tore through five innings for a 16-3 triumph over Skowhegan in softball action Monday afternoon.

The Vikings (4-4) plated seven runs in the third inning to take a 12-0 lead at the time. Madison Starbird contributed three hits in the contest for Oxford Hills.

Left fielder Sydney Reed had a pair of hits, including a double, for the Indians.

Oak Hill 11, Winthrop 2

WALES — Catcher Emma Hlister and winning pitcher Mikayla Nadeau each went 3-for-4 and Oak Hill used an 11-hit attack to beat Winthrop 11-2 in a softball game Monday.

The Raiders (7-1) erupted seven runs with two outs in the fourth inning.

For Winthrop (2-3), Shie Smith tripled and doubled.

Girls’ lacrosse

St. Dom’s 19, Boothbay 7

BOOTHBAY — Caroline Gastonguay scored eight goals and three assists as St. Dom’s cruised to a 19-7 victory over Boothbay in girls’ lacrosse action Monday afternoon.

Rileigh Stebbins pitched in with four goals and an assist, while Emma Theriault added three goals for St. Dom’s.

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