DIXFIELD — Monmouth traveled to Dixfield Thursday and went home with a pair of MVC victories, toppling Dirigo 9-3 in the first game and 12-5 in the nightcap.

In the opener, Hunter Richardson had a two-run home run for the Mustangs in the sixth inning. Travis Hartford hit a two-run triple in the fifth. Both had a pair of hits in the contest along with Nick Pomerleau, Corey Armstrong and Gabe Martin. Kane Gould and Avery Amero each had a double.

Luke Lueders had three hits for Dirigo while Bryce Whittemore had a pair including a double.

The nightcap saw Avery Pomerleau hit a two run blast the sixth inning for the Mustangs. Richardson had a triple in the contest as one of his two base hits. Hartford had a pair of singles including a two-run sing in the third.

Cooper Chiasson had a home run for the Cougars while two of Whittemore’s three hits were doubles. Mason Corriveau had a double in the losing effort.

Monmouth is now 4-2 after the two games while Dirigo drops to 2-5.

Rangeley takes two over Forest Hills

RANGELEY — Rangeley manufactured a pair victories over Forest Hills, 4-2 and 13-2, in doubleheader baseball action Thursday afternoon.

Junior pitcher Kyle LaRochelle fanned 17 batters in the opener for the Lakers (3-1). Second baseman Carson Veilleux managed a pair of hits, a single and a double against LaRochelle, while Dalton Gregoire roped a triple for the Tigers (1-2).

Seven hits aided by four Tiger errors enabled Rangeley to notch the win in the nightcap in four innings. Junior shortstop Bo Beaulieu collected two singles in the winning effort.

Oxford Hills 11, Messalonskee 5

WATERVILLE — Senior right fielder Connor Truman supplied the offense with four hits as Oxford Hills cruised to an 11-5 triumph over Messalonskee in baseball action Thursday afternoon.

The Vikings (3-1) trailed over the middle innings until the offense caught fire in the top of the fifth inning with six runs. Truman had two RBIs and Cameron Slicer provided three RBIs for Oxford Hills.

Sophomore second baseman Perry Carey recorded a two RBI double in the first inning to put the Eagles (2-3) on top, 3-1, early.

St. Dom’s 14, Buckfield 4

AUBURN — Mack Pelletier threw a five-inning complete game and had a two-run double in the fifth inning in St. Dom’s 14-4 victory over Buckfield.

The Saints (3-2) opened up the game in the bottom of the third with seven runs including two run singles from Bobby Shelley and Michael Ciley. They scored four more times in the fourth inning and three more times in the fifth as the mercy rule came into play.

Buckfield (2-3) received an RBI double from Jake Kruske in the fifth and he scored on Simon Burch single later in the inning.

Boys’ lacrosse

Edward Little 17, Oak Hill 2

AUBURN — Senior attack Ganan Mancini recorded five goals to lead Edward Little to a 17-2 victory over Oak Hill in boys’ lacrosse action Thursday afternoon.

The Red Eddies (4-2) scored in each quarter, posting six in the final frame.

Junior midfielder Alex Landry tallied two goals and four assists for Edward Little as they rounded out the first half of the season with a three game winning streak.

Midfielder Steven Gilbert paced the Raiders (3-2) with a goal and an assist. Freshman goalie Nate Marcotte defended against a flurry of 32 shots in the losing effort.

Girls’ lacrosse

Lewiston 15, Oxford Hills 6

PARIS — Christine Chasse netted five goals to lead Lewiston to a 15-6 victory over Oxford Hills in girls’ lacrosse action Thursday afternoon.

Morgan Eliasen recorded five points with two goals and three assists for the Blue Devils (3-1). Erin Lachance and Dacia Bail chipped in with two goals each for Lewiston.

The Vikings (0-3) couldn’t keep pace with Lewiston, scoring only twice in the first half and falling further behind 9-4 in the second. Caroline Burns and Gillian Grover found the back of the net twice for Oxford Hills in the losing effort.

Softball

Oxford Hills 11, Messalonskee 3

OAKLAND — Despite giving up 14 hits, Oxford Hills managed to frustrate Messalonskee and ride a six-run third inning to an 11-3 win in KVAC softball action.

The Vikings’ offense did its share with 12 hits, led by three apiece by Lauren Merrill and Erin Morton. Morton also drove in six runs. Anna Piirainen chipped in with two hits for Oxford Hills (2-2).

Sierra McLellan had three hits to lead the Eagles (1-4).

Leavitt 7, Nokomis 3

TURNER — Abbey Roberston struck out six as Leavitt coasted to a 7-3 victory over Nokomis in softball action Thursday afternoon.

Center fielder Annika Mitchell produced two hits, including an RBI double in the second inning for the Hornets. Cassie Bunker and Hannah DeBlois also contributed two hits and an RBI each for Leavitt.

The Warriors cut their deficit in half with three runs in the sixth inning. Leftfielder Meg Laprade stroked a two-run single in the frame.

Wells 4, Gray-New Gloucester 3

GRAY — Sarah Ring doubled home Olivia Clay in the first inning as Wells edged Gray-New Gloucester 4-3 in softball action Thursday afternoon.

The Patriots (3-2) attempted a comeback in the late innings. Allie Martell tripled home Alexis Thayer and Izzy Brindley singled in Thayer for two runs in the bottom of the sixth inning.

The Warriors (6-0) got a run back in the top of the seventh for a 4-2 lead. And, Gray-New Gloucester managed only one run in the bottom of the frame.

Madison 15, Mountain Valley 2

MADISON — Senior pitcher Madeline Wood smashed a grand slam in the fourth inning to break the game open as Madison jettisoned Mountain Valley 15-2 in softball action Thursday afternoon.

The game was tied 2-2 after three innings when the Bulldogs loaded the bases on two walks and a single in the top of the fourth inning. Following two more walks for two runs, Wood proceeded to the plate and launched a grand slam for an 8-2 lead.

Madison added seven runs in the fifth inning.

The catcher Abby Mazza had a double for the Falcons (3-4) in the losing effort.

Telstar 27, Boothbay 2

BETHEL — Josie Forbes and Kylee Martin combined for a no-hitter in Testar’s 27-2 victory over Boothbay.

The offense got rolling in the second inning for Telstar as the Rebels scored eight times including Tasha Hart’s two run double. She finished the contest with three total hits. They tacked on three more in the bottom of the third on Aneah Bartlett’s two run triple. The Rebels (3-1) scored seven ore times in the fourth and nine runs in the fifth.

Emily Frazier had a pair of hits for Telstar.

The Seahawks (0-3) notched their runs in the third and fourth innings.

Oak Hill 12, Wiscassett 0

WALES — Abby Nadeau had a strong afternoon at the plate as had a two-run triple and an RBI double in Oak Hill’s 12-0 victory over Wiscasset.

Her triple came in a four run second inning while her double came in the fourth. Kiera Nadeau also had a triple and Hannah Nadeau also had a double for Oak Hill (3-0). Charlotte Waterman had four hits to lead the Radiers while Sadie Waterman had a pair of hits.

Wiscasset is now 0-5.

Bangor 10, Mt. Blue 6

BANGOR — Bangor’s big fifth inning helped lift the Rams to a 10-6 win over Mt. Blue.

The Rams (5-0) spread the offense around. Lexi Cunningham, Madi Drake, Megan Conner and Rowan Andrews each had a par of hits. Page Cadorette single drove in two.

Macey Phillips had three hits for Mt. Blue (1-4) while Lexi Daggett and Jacelyn Dassett chipped in with two hits apiece for the Cougars.


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