WINTHROP — Telstar squeaked past Winthrop 9-8 with a three-run top of the seventh inning in Mountain Valley Conference softball action on Friday.

Winthrop (3-3) had a three-run bottom of the seventh inning, but its rally fell a run short.

Mackenzie Eliot had three RBIs and two hits, including a triple, for Telstar (4-3). Leah Kimball had two hits, including a double, and Payton Berry had three hits for the Rebels.

Lauryn Wood had four hits for the Ramblers, including a double, and four RBIs. Maddie Perkins’ three-hit day included a double and a triple. Annabell Rice had two RBIs. Lydia Rice had a triple and three hits total.

MADISON 11, BUCKFIELD 0, 5 INNINGS: Brooke McKenney went 4-for-4 at the plate and pitched a complete game shutout to lead the Bulldogs over the Bucks in Madison.

McKenney allowed just two hits in the circle for Madison (6-0), striking out 13 batters. Landyn Landry added four hits for Madison.


Buckfield falls to 1-5.

MONMOUTH 7, LISBON 1: The Mustangs (5-0) broke the game open with a five-run third inning in a Mountain Valley Conference clash with the Greyhounds (2-2) in Monmouth.

Shannah Parsons had two of Monmouth’s seven hits, and Rileigh Chase added two RBIs. Brooklyn Federico got the win in the circle for the Mustangs.

Erica Hill took the loss for Lisbon, who had five hits at the plate and scored its lone run in the top of the seventh.

POLAND 23, WELLS 0: Emma Bunyea collected four hits, including a double, and drove in four runs as the Knights (6-0) defeated the Warriors (2-4) in five innings at Poland.

Poland’s Atlantis Martin threw a two-hitter and drove in three runs with a pair of singles. Gretchyn Paradis had two RBIs.


HAMPDEN 4, EDWARD LITTLE 2: The Broncos (5-2) scored the winning run and an insurance tally in the bottom of the sixth to break away from the Red Eddies (2-6) in Hampden.

Cam Neal hit a triple and scored the winning run on a Meaghan Delahanty groundout in the sixth. Neal had two of the Broncos’ six hits against Edward Little pitcher Maddy Scott.

Charlie Chute struck out 11 batters in the circle for Hampden, and Dani Masterson shut the door in the top of the seventh for the save.

Izzy Jalbert and Alexis Kelsea had two hits apiece for the Red Eddies, finished with 10.

HALL-DALE 12, MOUNTAIN VALLEY 0, 5 INNINGS: The reigning Class C champion Bulldogs (5-0) scattered 15 hits to cruise to a mercy-rule victory over the Falcons (2-5) in Farmingdale.

Zoe Soule had three singles for Hall-Dale, which also got two singles and two RBIs from Lexi Rideout and singles and three RBIs from Torie Tibbetts. Ashlynn Donahue got the win in the circle for the Bulldogs and added a double at the plate.


Alison Legere took the loss for Mountain Valley, which had four hits and committed four errors in the field.

DIRIGO 12, MT. ABRAM 5: The Cougars (3-2) trailed 5-3 entering the final inning then plated nine runs in the top of the seventh to take down the Roadrunners (0-5) in Salem.

Layla Merrill doubled and hit two singles to lead Dirigo. Alyssa Ellis singled and doubled, Grace Robbins and Hannah Hamner tallied two singles apiece, and Alyvia Perrault, Kallie Errington and Abby Stevens each had hit for Dirigo. Robbins was the winning pitcher and finished with five strikeouts.

Adrianna Stinchfield hammered out three singles, while Savannah Davis and Aiyana Savage each singled and doubled for Mt. Abram. Stinchfield also struck out 12 Dirigo batters.

POLAND 6, WELLS 3: Hunter Gibson pitched a complete game, allowing just one earned run while striking out eight batters, and added two hits at the plate as the Knights (4-2) held off the Warriors (2-4) in Poland.

Wells opened the game with a run in the top of the first, but Poland countered with three in the bottom half and another run in the second. The Knights made it 6-1 in the fifth, but the Warriors tried rallying with two runs in the top of the seventh.


Drew Sayler and Aiden MacFawn matched Gibson with two hits apiece for Poland. Devin Brown had three hits, including a double, and all three RBIs for Wells

OXFORD HILLS 11, MT. BLUE 0, 5 INNINGS: Andrew Merrill and Brady Truman each had three hits and drove in two runs as the Vikings (6-1) overpowered the Cougars (3-4) in Farmington.

Oxford Hills’ 10-hit offensive attack featured a seven-run eruption in the fourth inning.

Eli Soehren hammered out three hits for the Vikings and winning pitcher Wyatt Knightly went the full five innings and struck out eight batters.

Jayden Meader, Hayden Dippner and Zak Koban had hits for Mt. Blue.

HAMPDEN 5, EDWARD LITTLE 2:  The Red Eddies (3-5) tried rallying in the top of the seventh but fell short against the Broncos (2-6) in Hampden.


Edward Little scored both its runs in the top of the seventh, after Hampden scored once in the third and four in the fourth to take a 5-0 lead.

TJ Llerena hit a double for the Broncos, who only had four hits against Red Eddies pitcher Campbell Cassidy. Hampden pitcher Ethan Phelps scattered seven hits and a walk while striking out two batters.

Aiden Gonzalez and TJ Kramarz each hit doubles for Edward Little, and Gonzalez collected three of the Red Eddies’ seven hits.

HALL-DALE 3, MOUNTAIN VALLEY 1: Ben Nathan and Trenton Heywood drove in runs in the fourth inning to lift the Bulldogs (5-1) past the Falcons (0-7) in Farmingdale.

Tyler Warren had two hits for the Falcons and Zach New singled in a run.

Cody DuPont want the distance for the Bulldogs. Seneca Jones pitched well in the loss for the Falcons.


DIRIGO 5, MT. ABRAM 2: The Cougars (3-2), with only a pair of hits, earned the win over the Roadrunners (4-1) in Salem.

Trenton Hutchinson earned the win on the bump for Dirigo, giving up just one run and striking out nine in five innings of work. Hutchinson also had a hit and scored two runs.

Mt. Abram’s Tucker Plouffe, Bear Rollins and Ian Allen all tallied doubles.

OAK HILL 12, CARRABEC 0: Jackson Arbour and Ethan Vattaso, the Raiders’ No. 1 and No.2 hitters, each scored three runs in a five-inning road win over the Cobras in North Anson.

Vattaso, who earned the complete game win on the mound with 10 strikeouts in five innings, also tripled and drove in two runs. Trent Drouin, who led Oak Hill with two hits, and Isaac Morissette drove in three runs apiece, and Kyle Delano doubled and knocked in a pair of runs. Caden Thompson added a hit, a run and and RBI.

The Raiders broke the game open with a six-run fourth inning, growing a 3-0 lead to 9-0, then finished off the Cobras with a three-run top of the fifth inning.


GRAY-NEW GLOUCESTER/POLAND 13, BONNY EAGLE 9: Vinny Lupardo scored a game-high six goals to lead the 26ers (2-3) to a home win over the Scots (2-5) in Gray.

Gray-New Gloucester/Poland held a slim 7-6 lead at halftime before outscoring Bonny Eagle 3-0 in the third quarter.

WINDHAM 13, LEWISTON 2: Izzy Babb tallied seven goals as the Eagles (3-2) cruised past the Blue Devils (1-3) at Windham.

Emma Emmons scored twice, Grace Joly, Molly Black, Sid McKusker and Mallory Muse each added a goal, and Chloe Desmond had an assist and eight groundballs.

Rebecca Lussier and Lilly Gish scored for Lewiston.

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