FARMINGTON — Hayden Dippner hit a walk-off single in the bottom of the seventh as Mt. Blue edged Poland 10-9 in an interconference baseball game Friday.

Dippner also pitched five hitless innings to start the game, allowing two walks and two runs and while striking out seven. The Cougars (2-2) committed eight errors in the game. Nolan Leso pitched the sixth inning and he led the Cougars lineup with three hits. Aiden Wilkins pitched a clean seventh, striking out two, to set up Dippner’s heroics.

Zach Poisson and Brody Walsh each had two hits for Mt. Blue, and Walsh drove in three run. The Cougars had 12 hits as a team.

Sam Paladino and Isaac Ramsdell each had a hit and two RBIs for the Knights (2-2). Drew Sayler had the other hit for Poland.

GRAY-NEW GLOUCESTER 6, LAKE REGION 3: Abe Bouchard and Jacob Machino hit back-to-back home runs in the first inning to propel the Patriots (1-4) past the Lakers (1-2) in Gray.

Bouchard’s three-run homer was followed by Machino’s solo shot to give Gray-New Gloucester a quick 4-0 lead.


Lake Region scored twice in the top of the fourth, but Gray-NG added another run in the its half of the inning. The Lakers scored one in the top of of the sixth, and the Patriots answered with one of their own in the bottom of the sixth.

Machino, Colby Dehtre and Alex Henry each had two hits for Gray-New Gloucester. Ian Libby pitched a complete-game five-hitter to earn the win.

Jaiden Meehan led Lake Region with two hits.

LISBON 9, BOOTHBAY/WISCASSET 1: Levi Tibbetts and Jimmy Fitzsimmons combined to throw a one-hitter, and Tibbetts paced the offense for the Greyhounds (2-0) in a win over Boothbay/Wiscasset (0-2) at Lisbon.

Tibbetts didn’t allow a hit across the first 4 1/3 innings, striking out 10 while walking three. Boothbay/Wiscasset broke up the no-hitter and shutout in the sixth against Fitzsimmons, who added six more strikeouts.

Tibbetts hit a triple and a double, drove in a run and scored two. Jacoby Tuplin and Jack Ramich also doubled for Lisbon, which scored three in the first, two in the second and four in the sixth.


MT. ABRAM 5, OAK HILL 2: Logan Dube pitched a complete game, allowing just two runs on five hits, as the Roadrunners (3-0) won an early-season showdown against the Raiders (1-1) in Salem Township.

Only one of the runs Dube gave up was earned. The sophomore struck out three batters. Killian Pillsbury drove in three runs for Mt. Abram and reach base in all three of his plate appearances, with a single and two walks. Cam Grey had a hit and a walk and scored two runs.

Ethan Vattaso doubled for Oak Hill, drove in one run and scored another. He also pitched 3 1/3 innings, giving up four runs on four hits while striking out three. Trent Drouin pitched 2 2/3 hitless innings and allowed the other run, striking out two batters. He had another of the Raiders’ hits and scored a run.

SPRUCE MOUNTAIN 12, MOUNTAIN VALLEY 5: A four-run sixth inning helped the host Phoenix (2-0) put an exclamation point on an MVC win over the Falcons (0-2) in Livermore Falls.

Lucas Towers, Connor Foss, Logan Knight and Tyler Spugnardi each notched RBIs in the key frame for Spruce Mountain. Elie Timler earned the win on the mound, giving up three runs in six innings. Eli Moffett led the Phoenix with three hits, and Timler, Spugnardi, Reece Davis and Nate Holland each had two.

Zach New paced the Mountain Valley lineup with three hits. Tyler Warren added two hits and Jakob Lapointe hit a home run for the Falcons.


WINTHROP 3, MADISON 0: Tyler Shumway struck out 15 batters and tossed a three-hit shutout in the Ramblers’ (2-1) win over the Bulldogs (1-2) in Winthrop.

Shumway also had a pair of hits for Winthrop, as did Jaxon August, Matt Beck and Will Grant. Beck also stole two bases.

Shumway’s pitching gem comes two days after Trent Collin pitched a one-hitter in Winthrop’s 11-1 win over Hall-Dale on Wednesday. So far this season, the Ramblers have allowed only four runs in three games.

Madison pitcher Austin Hay struck out five in 5 2/3 innings.

GREELY 5, EDWARD LITTLE 4: Alex Gamache’s two-out RBI single in the top of eighth gave the Rangers (3-2) a victory over the Red Eddies (1-3) in Auburn.

Marky Axelsen got the win in relief of Keeler Vogt, allowing one run in 2 2/3 innings.


Campbell Cassidy, Kade Masselli and Brady Vincent all had two hits for Edward Little. Cassidy had a double and struck out eight on the mound.

SACOPEE VALLEY 7, ST. DOMINIC 0: Carson Black struck out 12 and allowed only three hits over six innings as the Hawks (4-0) shut out the Saints (4-1) in Auburn.

Austin Croteau and Caleb Vacchiano got multiple hits for Sacopee.

BUCKFIELD 10, DIRIGO 0: Carmen Crockett pitched a no-hitter and went 2 for 2 at the plate with a triple and three RBIs to lead the Bucks (4-0) to a home win over the Cougars (1-1) in Buckfield.

The Buckfield offense exploded for eight runs in the fourth inning, highlighted by Brittany Carrier’s bases-loaded double that scored three runs. Chloee Bennett was 3 for 3 and drove in a run.

Crockett struck out 13 batters in her five innings in the circle.


EDWARD LITTLE 11, GREELY 1: Kassidy Lobb pitched a three-hitter and contributed a team-high three hits to the Red Eddies’ 15-hit performance in their win over the Rangers (1-4) in Auburn.

Edward Little seized control with a six-run second inning. Madisyn Scott stole home for the first run, Alexis Kelsea singled home Kylee Lebrun, and Kelsea and Tiana Avila came home on a single by Lobb. Leah Thibodeau capped the inning with a two-run triple that scored pinch runner Nellie Fenney and Amanda Raymond.

In the third, an RBI triple by Lebrun scored Scott. Lebrun scored on Erin Cowie’s sacrifice bunt, and Lobb came home on Lobb’s double, giving the Red Eddies a 9-0 lead. Edward Little added two more runs in the fifth, Avila on a wild pitch and Thibodeau’s game-winning RBI double that plated Raymond and put the mercy rule into effect.

Thibodeau tallied two hits and three RBIs. Raymond, Scott and Lebrun each finished with two hits and two runs.

Sami Santerre had a hit and scored a run for Greely.

LAKE REGION 11, GRAY-NEW GLOUCESTER 1: Margo Tremblay finished a home run short of the cycle as the Lakers (2-0) beat the Patriots (1-4) in Gray.


Tremblay drove in three runs and scored three times. Lyla Levesque, Laura Dutton and Emily Rock also doubled for Lake Region. Melissa Mayo allowed just three hits and struck out 16.

Audrey Getchell, the losing pitcher, had two hits for Gray-New Gloucester. Skye Chandler got the other hit and drove in the Patriots’ lone run in the fourth inning.

MONMOUTH ACADEMY 12, TELSTAR 2: Brooklyn Federico collected three hits and combined with Shanna Parsons on a one-hitter in the circle as the Mustangs (1-0) opened their season with a win over the Rebels (0-2) in Monmouth.

One of Federico’s hits was a double, and Maddie Herr hit a triple as part of her two-hit day. Rileigh Chase and June Foyt also had two hits for Monmouth, which scored six in the second and ended the game an inning early with a five-run sixth.

Maylyn Hastings’ double was the lone hit for Telstar, which scored single runs in the third and sixth.

MADISON 7, WINTHROP 4: Raegan Cowan and Mackenzie Robbins each tallied two hits and an RBI as the Bulldogs (5-1) rallied past the Ramblers (0-2) in Winthrop.


Kylee Furbush scattered five hits across seven innings to earn the win for Madison, which faced deficits of 2-0 and 4-3 before scoring four runs in the sixth.

Lauryn Wood only gave five hits for Winthrop but took the loss. At the plate, she had two hits and three RBIs to help her own cause. Ella Rice scored twice and stole two bases.

EDWARD LITTLE 7, TRAIP ACADEMY 4: Andrew Clements and Evan O’Donnell each turned in hat tricks to lead the Red Eddies (1-1) past the Rangers (3-1) in Kittery.

Clements added three assists and five ground balls, and Garret Pray scored the other Edward Little goal. Cam Dufour made 12 saves and Jonah Guay was active at long stick midfielder, recording five ground balls and five caused turnovers.

Tucker Johnson and Noah Matthews each netted a goal and an assist for Traip, and Brody Johnson and Peter Brewer tallied the other goals.

MESSALONSKEE 11, LEWISTON 6: Julia Wade’s hat trick paced the Eagles (3-2) to a road win over the Blue Devils (1-3) in Lewiston.

Wade also added an assist for Messalonskee, which led 7-2 at halftime. Madi Doody and Sophia Ventimiglia each tallied two goals and an assist, Emma Jane Parsons scored twice, and Alex Caccamo and Madison McSweeney notched goals. Adriana Pettengill and Shea Cassani each made four saves in goal.

Caitlin D’Andrea totaled three goals and an assist to lead Lewiston’s offense. Julia Perkins and Kaitlyn Shannon recorded a goal and an assist apiece, Maddy Cote also scored and Maddy Langlais added an assist. Fiona Landry stopped eight shots for the Blue Devils.

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