AUBURN — Ethan Brown’s dominant ball control and a hard hit by Maxx Bell allowed Edward Little to remain undefeated and secure a 2-1 baseball victoroy on Wednesday.

Brown gave up seven hits in seven innings and pitched himself out of several tough situations. The Indians (6-5) threatened many times, yet Brown kept them at bay.

The Red Eddies (12-0) scored the game-winner in the seventh inning when Bell caused an error with his direct drive toward the shortstop. Austin Brown and Jake Arel each belted out two hits and scored runs for Edward Little.

Lewiston 5, Brunswick 0

LEWISTON — Hunter Landry hurled a no-hitter on Wednesday as Lewiston hustled to a 5-0 victory over Brunswick in a late-season baseball tilt.

Landry helped the Blue Devils’ (8-3) cause with three hits and one RBI. Evan Cox drove in a run on two hits, while Jack Leblond also belted out a pair of hits.


Invino Honda gave up 11 hits for the struggling Dragons (3-9) in seven innings.

Cape Elizabeth 5, Poland 0

CAPE ELIZABETH — Gage Batchelder scattered seven hits and drew adequate run support as Cape Elizabeth rolled to a 5-0 baseball victory over Poland.

Cooper Hoffman led the Capers with three hits and two RBIs, while Alex Biggle belted out a pair of hits.

Adrien Melanson led the Knights with two hits in the contest.

Winthrop 14, Boothbay 4


BOOTHBAY — Winthrop built a seven-run advantage in the first three innings and raced away to a 14-4 baseball win over Boothbay on Wednesday.

Carson Camick picked up his second mound win of 2018 working in relief of starter Colby Emery. Ryan Baird had two hits for the Ramblers (7-4), while Emery helped his own cause with a double and a single.

Steve Reny led the struggling Seahawks (2-10) with two hits in the contest.

Spruce Mountain 10, Dirigo 3

DIXFIELD — Junior first baseman Logan Moffet laid down three hits and collected three RBIs as Spruce Mountain flew to a 10-3 victory over Dirigo in baseball action Wednesday afternoon.

Sophomore catcher Noah Gilbert broke the game open with a two-run double in the four-run fifth inning for the Phoenix (6-5).


Cooper Chiasson had two singles and two runs for the Cougars (4-7), while Cam Turner had a pair of singles and an RBI in the losing effort.

Bridgeway 17, Telstar 3

BETHEL — Evan Bess struck out 10 and walked four as Bridgeway jettisoned Telstar 17-3 in baseball action Wednesday afternoon.

Evan Holzworth had a single and a triple, while Zach Belanger produced a pair of singles for Bridgeway.

Joe Sicotte came in relief in the third inning for the Rebels, but defensive errors and timely hits sealed the door in the fifth inning.

St. Dom’s 10, Waynflete 0


AUBURN — Freshman pitcher Derick Wolverton went the distance with eight strikeouts and walked none as St. Dom’s tossed aside Waynflete with a 10-0 victory in baseball action Wednesday evening.

Wolverton contributed three RBIs on two singles for the Saints (7-4). Junior first baseman Riley Volpe contributed a two-RBI single in the five-run third inning for St. Dom’s.

Third baseman Owen Ardell had a single in the first inning for the Flyers (1-8) in the losing effort.

Boys’ lacrosse

Gray-NG 18, St. Dom’s 10

AUBURN — Attachmen Jeremy Mazur and Kyle Mercier scored a combined nine goals as Gray-New Gloucester dispatched St. Dom’s 18-10 in boys’ lacrosse action Wednesday afternoon.


The Patriots jumped out to an 11-5 lead at halftime, and scored another seven in the second stanza.

Attackman Alex Roy paced the Saints (0-7) with five goals in the losing effort.


Cape Elizabeth 3, Poland 0

CAPE ELIZABETH — Anna Cornell scattered three hits and drew adequate run support as Cape Elizabeth rolled to a 3-0 softball win over Poland on Wednesday.

Julia Torce led the Capers (6-5) with four hits including a double, while Jessica Robichaud drove in one run on two hits.


Ally Gagne gave up 12 hits in the loss for Poland (5-6).

Lewiston 12, Brunswick 0

BRUNSWICK — Danielle Cyr fell just short of a no-hitter on Wednesday as Lewiston cruised to a 12-0 shutout over Brunswick in a KVAC softball contest.

Jordyn Rubin led the Blue Devils (9-2) with three hits. Alexis Guptill belted out the lone hit for Brunswick (0-11) in the first inning.

Cyr secured her fifth win of 2018 with a 10-strikeout effort, while Shea Sullivan suffered the loss.

Monmouth 13, Mtn. Valley 1


RUMFORD — Mariah Herr pitched a disciplined game and added a double on offense as Monmouth galloped to a 13-1 victory over Mountain Valley in softball action Wednesday afternoon.

The Mustangs took a 4-0 lead in the first inning. Haylee Langlois had two hits including a seventh inning shot well over the center field fence to add two runs for Monmouth.

Senior rightfielder Nicole McKenna was productive on defense and had a doulbe at the plate for the Falcons (0-11) in the losing effort.

Skowhegan 5, EL 0

AUBURN — Skowhegan scored a single run in each frame beginning with the third inning in a 5-0 shutout over Edward Little in softball action Wednesday afternoon.

Sydney Ames had two doubles and earned the shutout in the circle for the undefeated Indians (10-0).


The Red Eddies (7-5) scattered five hits, and came up scoreless. Grace Beaudet had a double for Edward Little in the losing effort.

Erskine 4, Leavitt 1

SOUTH CHINA — Mallory Strout and Lian Boucher had back-to-back doubles in the sixth inning as Erskine Academy bested Leavitt 4-1 in softball action Wednesday afternoon.

Marcy Boynton prodeced two singles, and had an RBI in the first inning for the Eagles.

Leah Maheux had two hits, while Annika Mitchell roped a double in the first inning for the Hornets. Leavitt scored a single run in the fourth inning.

Oxford Hills 13, Mt. Blue 0


FARMINGTON — Brooke Carson went 3-for-3 with a double and back-to-back homeruns as Oxford Hills sailed to a 13-0 triumph over Mt. Blue in softball action Wednesday afternoon.

The Vikings scored seven runs in the second inning. Carson had a solo home run in the fourth followed by a three-run blast in the fifth for a total of five RBIs on the day.

Lauren Merrill threw her first Oxford Hills no-hitter.

The Cougars matched Oxford Hills with three errors.

Spruce Mountain 10, Dirigo 0

DIXFIELD — Hannah Turcotte threw a complete game, striking out nine, to help lead Spruce Mountain to a 10-0 victory over Dirigo in softball action. She allowed two hits and walked three.


She helped her own cause with two singles and two RBIs. Dalton Morgan had a triple and a single for the Phoenix (6-4). Hailey Perkins had a double and an RBI. JuJu Doiron had a triple.

Paige Hutton had a single and two runs batted in while Emily Castonguay had an RBI.

Alexa Varnumand Katie Morse had hits for Dirigo (3-8)

Girls’ lacrosse

Yarmouth 14, St. Dom’s 11

AUBURN — Despite hat tricks from Caroline and Charlotte Gastonguay, Yarmouth managed to outgun St. Dom’s 14-11 in a girls’ lacrosse tilt on Wednesday.


Avery Lutryzkowski chipped in for the Saints with two goals, while Emma Theriault score a single goal.

Simone Long made 10 saves for St. Dom’s.

Brunswick 9, Oxford Hills 8 (OT)

PARIS — Lyla Solberg found the net just 1:30 into overtime on Wednesday to lift Brunswick to a 9-8 girls’ lacrosse victory over Oxford Hills.

Coleen McInerney and Ryan Thax led the Dragons with three goals and one assist. Beth Labbe scored a pair of goals, while Solberg’s game-winner completed the tally. Derry Bessette and Caroline Burns led the Vikings (5-2) with two goals apiece, while Ella Kellogg, Margaret Hartnett, Gillian Grover and Cecilia Dieterich also tallied.

Michaela Ashburner made seven saves for Brunswick, while Tiana James turned aside seven shots between the posts for Oxford Hills.


EL 15, Cony 14

AUGUSTA — Sierra Green found the net with 40 seconds remaining in regulation to give Edward Little a 15-14 late-season girls’ lacrosse win over Cony Wednesday.

Piper Norcross led the Red Eddies (3-4) with six goals and two assists. Lydia Celani chipped in with four goals and one assist, while Green finished with a hat trick. Sarah Caron led the Rams (5-4) with six goals, while Kami Lambert registered a hat trick. Faith Leathers-Polet scored twice, while single tallies from Sierra Clark and Lauren Coniff.

Erin Anderson made nine saves for EL, while Sarah-Cook-Wheeler turned aside seven shots for Cony.

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