WINTHROP — Shortstop Maddie Perkins drove in two runs with a triple in the third inning, then gunned down the potential tying run in the top of the seventh to preserve Winthrop’s 4-3 softball win over Lisbon on Friday.

The Greyhounds (5-10) cut the deficit to 4-3 with one run in the top of the seventh, but Ramblers (8-7) center fielder Ella Rice fielded a hit and threw the ball to Perkins, who then fired it to catcher Lydia Rice in time to get the third out at home plate and end the game.

Perkins also had a single for the Ramblers, and Lydia Rice smacked a double. Lauryn Wood earned the win, scattering seven hits.

Sophie Malloy and Marina Davis each notched two singles for the Greyhounds, and Erica Hill allowed six hits in the circle.

MOUNTAIN VALLEY 6, MT. ABRAM 4: Brooke Bennett scored twice and had a two-run single in a four-run fifth inning that helped the Falcons’ (7-8) overtake the Roadrunners (4-9) in Rumford.

Emma Clukey and Madisyn McLean each had a double for Mountain Valley. Autumn Freeman belted an RBI double, and Ali Mazza collected two hits with an RBI. Ali Legere got the win in the circle.


For Mt. Abram, Abigail Wilcox, Olivia Roderick and Isabell Norster each hammered out two hits. Pitcher Adrianna Stinchfield struck out 12 batters.

DIRIGO 6, CARRABEC 2: Hannah Hamner collected three hits and drove in a run and winning pitcher Grace Robbins struck out seven batters gave up four hits in the Cougars’ (9-6) win over the Cobras (2-13) in North Anson.

Dirigo put the game out of Carrabec’s reach with three runs in the seventh inning.

Alyvia Perreault doubled and singled for the Cougars and catcher Kallie Errington tripled and singled.

MT. ABRAM 12, MOUNTAIN VALLEY 0: Pitchers Adam Luce, Wyatt Siemensk, Kayden Pillsbury and Cam Grey combined to throw a two-hit shutout with the support of an 11-hit attack in the Roadrunners’ (12-2) win over the Falcons (2-13) in Rumford.

Tucker Plouffe, Simeneski and Bear Rollins had multiple hits for Mt. Abram.


Zach New and Jakob LaPointe had Mountain Valley’s two hits.

OXFORD HILLS 10, BREWER 0: Wyatt Knightly pitched a three-hit shutout and designated hitter Kolby Brown drove in three runs in the Vikings’ (12-3) win over the Witches (7-8) in Paris.

While Knightly was shutting down Brewer, Oxford Hills’ offense tallied nine hits and scored runs in each of the six innings.

Eli Soehren tripled and Isaiah Oufiero, Brady Truman and Andrew Merrill each doubled for the Vikings.

POLAND 7, GRAY-NEW GLOUCESTER 2: The Knights (9-6) rode the arm Adam Gwarjanski to a victory over their Route 26 rivals, the Patriots (4-11), in Poland.

The Knights’ offense was paced by seniors Hunter Gibson (two hits) and Mitchell Bean (three hits, including a triple). Poland hammered out 10 hits.

For Gray-New Gloucester, Michael Sweeney and Anthony Prescott both had two hits. Sweeney also doubled.

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