GRAY — Skye Chandler had a double, triple and two-run home run and Morgan Curtis had a double and two RBIs as Gray-New Gloucester edged Lake Region 9-8 in WMC softball action Monday.

Madi Pelletier got the pitching win for the Patriots (4-1) by scattering five hits while striking out five. Chandler’s double in the bottom of the seventh scored two for the walk-off win.

Melissa Mayo had a double, two singles, a walk and two RBI for the Lakers (2-4). Emily Rock hit a three-run home run.

FRYEBURG ACADEMY 13, POLAND 6: A grand slam and a triple from Camden Jones powered the Raiders (4-0) to a big win in Fryeburg against the Knights (4-2).

Jones went 2-4 with five RBIs for Fryeburg. Morgan Fusco added three hits on the day.

A bases-loaded double from Emma Bunyea helped Poland to a six-run second inning. Maggie McGlauflin had three hits.


MADISON 11, SPRUCE MOUNTAIN 0: Brooke McKenney tossed a no-hitter, striking out 13, to lead the Bulldoges past the Phoenix at Madison.

McKenney also had a triple, a single, three RBIs and scored four times for Madison (4-0). Arabel Linkletter added a double, two singles, two RBIs and scored three times while Landyn Landry and Hailey Paquet had two singles apiece. Paquet also had three RBIs.

Hannah Turcotte pitched for Spruce Mountain.

MESSALONSKEE 12, EDWARD LITTLE 0: Morgan Genness led the way for the Eagles with three hits, including a triple, two RBIs and three runs scored against the Red Eddies in Oakland.

Jordan Lambert had two hits and an RBI for the Eagles (2-1), while Kate Douglass and Morgan Wills combined for a one-hitter with nine strikeouts.

Mckenzi Horton had a single for Edward Little (2-3) to break up the no-hitter in the sixth inning.


LEAVITT 16, DIRIGO 3: Carly Leavitt had a home run, triple and double to drive in four runs and Sam Withee had three doubles in a four-hit game as the Hornets hammered the ball against the Cougars for six innings in Dixfield.

Paige Damasco also had four hits and Nola Boutaugh was a home run short of the cycle for Leavitt.

Lexy Perreault had three hits for Dirigo, including a triple, and younger sister Alyvia had two hits of her own.

LISBON 11, CARRABEC 1: The Greyhounds received strong pitching from Nick Ferrence and Levi Tibbetts in a six-inning game against the Cobras in Lisbon.

Ferrence went five innings and struck out nine while Tibbetts came on in relief and struck out another batter. Neither allowed a hit.

Levi Tibbetts had three hits, including two doubles, and drove in two. He also scored three times. Ferrence had two hits and drove in three. Hunter Brissette had two hits, including a double, while Neil Larochelle and Mason Booker each had a double for Lisbon (3-1).


Bobby Lindblom scored Carrabec’s (0-5) only run in the fifth inning on a fielder’s choice.

GARDINER 11, WINTHROP 1: Kyle Adams had three hits and Noah Reed tripled to lead the Tigers in Gardiner.
Chase Kelley and Alex Grover each had two hits for Gardiner (1-2).

The Ramblers took a 1-0 lead in the top of the first before the Tigers went up 2-1, then 7-1 after three innings.

GRAY-NEW GLOUCESTER 10, LAKE REGION 0: Starter Wyatt Kenney threw a three-hit shutout with six strikeouts, and had a two-run double during a  five-run first inning, to lead the Patriots (1-5) past the Lakers (4-2) at Gray.

Kenney finished with two hits and three RBI for Gray-New Gloucester, while Mike Sweeney added a pair of hits.

RICHMOND 17, BUCKFIELD 1:  Andrew Vashon had five RBIs and winning pitcher Cole Alexander had two singles and two RBIs to lead the Bobcats in Richmond.


Alexander struck out eight and walked one.

Rick Kraske had a double for the Bucks, and he was Buckfield’s starting pitcher in the game, which only went five innings before the mercy rule kicked in.

MONMOUTH 8, MARANACOOK 2: A six-run sixth inning disrupted a pitchers’ duel and lifted the Mustangs in Readfield.

Cam Armstrong pitched six innings and struck out 11 for Monmouth (4-0), while Sam Calder had a pair of hits.

Cody Smith threw 5.1 innings for the Black Bears (0-2) and struck out seven, while Thomas Trafton had two singles.

MT. ABRAM 6, MT. BLUE 2: Wyatt Sieminski had two hits, including a double, for the Roadrunners against the Cougars in Farmington.


Gabe Emery had a double and an RBI in the victory. Ben DiBiase went five innings to pick up the win, striking out four and allowing three hits.

Sam Wrigley and Jack Kearing had doubles for Mt. Blue. Jackson Joyce went seven innings in the loss, striking out nine.

FRYEBURG ACADEMY 6, POLAND 5: The Raiders (2-2) pulled ahead with a squeeze in the bottom of the 13th and edged the Knights (1-4) in Fryeburg.

Poland took a 5-4 lead in the top of the seventh after trailing 4-1 early.

MESSALONSKEE 5, EDWARD LITTLE 4: Evan Demott hit the game-winning single in the bottom of the eighth to push the Eagles (4-0) past the Red Eddies (3-1) in Oakland.

The teams went to extra innings tied 1-1 before Edward Little struck for two in the top of the eighth. Jack Keefe singled one run in and Colin Merritt squeezed in another. Alex Avila stranded nine runners in six innings as the starter.


Demott started the game on the mound for Messalonskee. Andrew Mayo earned the win despite being greeted by the Red Eddies’ two run-scoring plays in the eighth. He was the only repeat hitter for the Eagles.

NORTH YARMOUTH ACADEMY 14, ST. DOMINIC 2: Chris Hamblett scored five goals to lead the Panthers (3-1) over the Saints (1-2) in Lewiston.

Brayden Warde provided four goals and a pair of assists for NYA, Caleb Waterman had two goals and four assists, while Chas Rohde, James Tourigny and Alex Wignall also scored.

Garrett Kendall scored for St. Dominic.

ERSKINE 13, MT. BLUE 5: Sarah Praul scored four goals and added two assists to lead the Eagles.

Liz Hardy and Bella Smith each had two goals for Erskine as well.


Eryn Parking scored two goals for the Cougars.

EDWARD LITTLE 6, BANGOR 4: Megan LaChance scored four goals and had an assist for the Red Eddies in their win over the Rams in Auburn on Monday.

Maizy Demers and Hailee Brown each added a goal for the Red Eddies (1-2), and golie Erin Anderson stopped 20.

Kate Ruhla scored twice for Bangor (0-3), and Sadie D’Alessio potted a goal. The fourth goal deflected off an Edward Little player.

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