TURNER — Trailing by four after the first frame, Leavitt scored six unanswered runs in the final six innings to secure a 6-4 victory over MCI in baseball action Monday. 

Tim Albert earned the mound win for Leavitt, bouncing back from a difficult first inning that saw him surrender three unearned runs. Albert settled down to throw four scoreless innings with relief from Brian Hewitt. 

Greg Vigue led MCI with a pair of hits and was also tagged with the loss after working the first three frames. 

Lisbon 8, Telstar 2

BETHEL — Lisbon erupted for four runs in the final three frames and came away with an 8-2 win over Telstar in MVC baseball tilt Monday. 

Nick Lerette led the Greyhounds with two hits, while Lucas Frances earned the mound win.

Josh Eliot suffered the loss for Telstar after working all seven innings.  

Edward Little 7, Mt. Blue 1

FARMINGTON — Pitcher Jarod Plourde smashed a two-run home run in the first inning and fanned nine batters to lead Edward Little to a 7-1 victory over Mt. Blue in baseball action Monday afternoon.

Center fielder Tyler Blanchard contributed two singles and scored a run for the Red Eddies (11-0). Edward Little posted two runs in each of the first three innings.

Junior Miles Pelletier came on in relief in the third inning for the Cougars (1-9) and allowed just one run over the remainder of the game.

St. Dom’s 6, Mountain Valley 2

RUMFORD — Ryley Volpe and Mac Pelletier combined for the mound win as St. Dom’s secured a 6-2 victory over Mountain Valley in baseball action Monday afternoon.

The Saints (9-2) hit the road running with four hits, two walks and three runs in the first inning.

John Pepin and Tim Fitzgerald posted two runs each for the Falcons (3-7).

Mt. Ararat 4, Oxford Hills 2

PARIS — Sophomore pitcher Garrett Moody had five solid innings on the mound as Mt. Ararat notched a 4-2 victory over Oxford Hills in baseball action Monday afternoon.

The Eagles (5-6) took advantage of three Oxford Hills errors in the four-run fourth inning. Sophomore Nick Merrill contributed a key hit with a double and an RBI in the fourth.

Senior short stop Jake Spinhirn recorded two hits and registered an RBI for Vikings (7-4).

Cony 5, Lewiston 3

LEWISTON — Lewiston was leading 3-2 in the top of the seventh inning when Cony took advantage of a couple of errors to score three runs and secure the 5-3 win in baseball action Monday afternoon.

Lucas Tyler scored the eventual game-winning run for the Rams. Anthony Drunell crossed the plate for an insurance run.

Senior Austin Wing pitched all seven innings for the Blue Devils (4-7), recording two hits and two runs on offense.


Oxford Hills 9, Mt. Ararat 8 

PARIS — Kaisa Heikkinen ripped an RBI single in the ninth inning to give Oxford Hills a 9-8 victory over Mt. Ararat in a softball tilt Monday. 

Erin Morton led the Vikings (7-4-1) with three hits and two RBIs, while Madison Starbird also pounded ou three hits. Kenzie Kahkonen and Michaela Starbird also contributed with multiple hits in a well-balanced effort. 

The Eagles were led by Zoe Stilphen with three hits, while Kaitlyn Cox added two. 

Edward Little 12, Mt. Blue 3

FARMINGTON — Sarah Hammond scattered three hits and had nine strikeouts Monday as Edward Little roared to a convincing 12-2 victory over Mt. Blue in a Class A South softball tilt. 

Emmy Lashua led the Red Eddies (9-2) with three hits and two runs scored, while Jordyn Reynolds drove in three runs on three hits. Taylor Depot also contributed with an RBI in a well-rounded hitting effort. 

The Cougars (3-8) were paced by Kayleigh Fontaine with an RBI single, while Ashlynn Provencher ripped an RBI double. 

Leavitt 18, MCI 7

TURNER — Senior center fielder Ashley Kelley tagged five hits and collected four RBIs as Leavitt sailed to an 18-7 victory over Maine Central Institute in softball action Monday afternoon.

The Hornets (6-5) stung quick, scoring 15 runs in the first three innings. Cierra Hilliard contributed three hits and three RBIs for Leavitt.

Junior left fielder Sarah Morton recorded half of the Bronco’s (1-10) hits with three singles.

Mountain Valley 15, St. Dom’s 3

RUMFORD — Junior right fielder Kassie Thibodeau roped a triple and added a pair of singles as Mountain Valley jettisoned St. Dom’s 15-3 in softball action Monday afternoon.

The Falcons (6-4) turned up the tempo in the fourth and fifth innings, scoring 11 runs in the two frames. Liza White collected a home run and a single for Mountain Valley.

Rhianiah Hershey took the loss in the circle for the Saints and contributed two singles on offense.

Madison 12, Monmouth 5

MADISON — Erin Whalen and Destiny Howes had two hits each as Madison garnered a 12-5 victory over Monmouth in softball action Monday afternoon.

The Mustangs scored all five of their runs in the fifth inning. Emily Kaplan posted a pair of hits for Monmouth.

Kayla Bess recorded two RBIs for the Bulldogs, while Whalen tabulated two for the victors as well.

Oak Hill 26, Boothbay 3

BOOTHBAY — Oak Hill used 14 hits and took advantage of seven Boothbay errors to wallop the Seahawks, 26-3, in a softball game Monday.

The Raiders (10-1) piled up 19 runs in the second inning, while Boothbay (0-11) had one hit.

Maykala Nadeau went two innings and picked up the win for the Raiders. Emma Hlister, Madison Bennett, Abby Nadeau, Maykayla Nadeau and Brooke Surette combined for 11 hits and 14 RBIs. Maykala Nadeau and Surette each had a triple and Abby Nadeau doubled.

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