Oxford Hills pitcher Maddy Miller winds up during Wednesday’s game against Edward Little at Central Maine Community College in Auburn. Andree Kehn/Sun Journal

AUBURN — Maddy Miller pitched a one-hitter and Kaydence Morse powered the potent Oxford Hills offense to a 12-0 five-inning win over Edward Little on Wednesday at Central Maine Community College.

Morse had three hits — including one of the Vikings’ (9-1) three doubles — while driving in three runs and scoring two. Miah Gallan had a double among her two hits, and Miller hit the other two-bagger. Charlotte McGreevy also had two hits and Kyeria Morse hit a triple.

Tiana Avila recorded the hit for Edward Little, and Madisyn Scott and Kassidy Lobb split time in the circle for the Eddies.

BUCKFIELD 11, SPRUCE MOUNTAIN 2: Carmen Crockett allowed just one hit while striking out 13 in seven innings as the Bucks (10-2) rolled past the Phoenix (9-3) in Jay.

Cora Brewster opened the scoring for Buckfield in the top of the first with an RBI double. She finished with three hits. Abigail Prokey and Addison Stevens-Belanger also had multiple hits. Chloee Bennett stole three bases.

Makinlee Holt had the hit for Spruce Mountain, while Rylee Turner and Jaydn Pingree split pitching duties.


LEAVITT 27, MT. BLUE 7: Sam Deblois homered and Hailey Turcotte hit two triples to power the Hornets (9-3) past the Cougars (1-11) in Farmington.

Kylee Spugnardi led the Leavitt lineup with four hits. Turcotte and Grace Ouellette tallied three apiece, and Deblois, Lily Chabot, Hailey Cyr, Jordyn Boulet, Ashley Roy and Logan Arsenault each had two.

Chloe Maberry paced Mt. Blue with three hits.

OAK HILL 10, TELSTAR 0: Delia Custer drove in three runs and Carlee Austin had three hits to lead the Raiders (6-6) past the Rebels (3-6) in Wales.

Custer had two hits, a double and a single, while Austin doubled and hit two singles. Aubrey McElhaney contributed two hits, including a double, and scored twice. Eliana Smith tripled and scored three runs, and Izzy Whitaker had two hits and a run.

Oak Hill pitcher Kelsey Young struck out six in six innings while giving up four hits.


Karen Marshall led Telstar with two hits. Sophomore pitcher Maylyn Hastings went the distance and recorded five strikeouts.

POLAND 7, FRYEBURG 5: Gretchyn Paradis threw a four-hitter, striking out 10, and contributed three hits and two RBI as the Knights (10-1) rallied past the Raiders (4-8) at Fryeburg.

Khloe O’Leary had a double and a single, and Nicole Rioux hit an RBI double for Poland, which broke a 5-5 tie with a run in the sixth, then added another run in the seventh.

Jilyan Byrne had an RBI triple for Fryeburg, which led 3-0 after two innings.

WINTHROP 10, MT. ABRAM 0: Ella Rice’s third home run of the season highlighted the Ramblers’ (6-4) six-inning victory over the Roadrunners (2-8) in Winthrop.

Rice also served as catcher for Lauren Wood, who struck out 10 and pitched a two-hit shutout to earn the win.


Haley Williams had three hits to lead Winthrop, and Julia Letourneau added two singles.

Mt. Abram pitcher Adrianna Stinchfield struck out 12 batters.

MONMOUTH ACADEMY 12, CARRABEC 2: Shanna Parsons and Riley Smith combined on a three-hitter as the Mustangs (12-0) stayed undefeated with a win over the Cobras (1-9) in North Anson.

Smith and Maddie Herr each hit a double and a single as part of Monmouth’s 10-hit attack. Rileigh Chase added two singles and Bella Lyons also doubled.

BOOTHBAY/WISCASSET 8, MOUNTAIN VALLEY 7: Five players collected two hits apiece as Boothbay/Wiscasset (3-6) held off the Falcons (3-7) in Rumford.

Sam Markowitz, Maddox Cusumano, Liam Thomas, Gryffin Kristan and Finn Harkins all were repeat hitters in the win. Cusumano drove in four runs and Kristan scored three.


Kristan also earned the win on the mound, tossing 5 1/3 innings while allowing four earned runs on five hits and striking out nine.

Tyler Warren pitched a complete game and racked up 12 strikeouts for Mountain Valley. Jake New paced the lineup with three hits and a walk, two RBIs, a run scored and three stolen bases. Kaden Paaso, Julien Byam, Colby Frisbie and Bradley Sirois also drove in runs.

DIRIGO 4, MADISON 2: Shortstop Austin Adams’ three hits and two RBIs led the Cougars (6-2) past the Bulldogs (3-7) in Madison.

Trenton Hutchinson doubled and singled and scored twice for Dirigo, while Airick Richard and Dylen Packard also had two hits. Freshman Trevor Crosby pitched all seven innings to earn the win, striking out six and allowing eight hits.

Xavier Estes and Griffin Aldrich each had two hits for Madison. Starter Austin had fanned nine while giving up 10 hits in six innings on the mound.

FRYEBURG 14, POLAND 1: Ethan Lord drove in three runs and Tom Ontengco homered as the Raiders (8-4) downed the Knights (5-6) in five innings at Fryeburg.


Edgar Real and Bryce Richardson each hit a double for Fryeburg, which broke the game open with nine runs in the fourth inning. Richardson allowed only two hits and one unearned run over four innings.

Aiden MacFawn drove in Poland’s run.

LEAVITT 12, MT. BLUE 11: Connor DeCoster had two doubles and finished with three hits in the Hornets (7-5) victory over the Cougars (6-6) in Farmington.

DeCoster also drove in four runs.

Luke Gladu had three hits and two RBIs. Brandon Bilodeau had a single and drove in two runs, while Noah Carpenter doubled and Colton Taylor tripled in the win.

Brody Walsh had a double and three RBIs for Mt. Blue. Zak Koban added two hits and two RBIs.


LISBON 8, HALL-DALE 0: Jimmy Fitzsimmons had two hits and earned the win on the mound as the Greyhounds (6-3) prevailed in Farmingdale.

Fitzsimmons and Cody Osmond combined to allow five hits. Jack Ramich added two hits for Lisbon.

Ben Nathan had two hits for Hall-Dale (4-7).

OAK HILL 14, TELSTAR 4: A pair of six-run innings propelled the Raiders (9-0) to a five-inning home win over the Rebels (0-9) in Wales.

Oak Hill scored six in the bottom of the first and added six in the fourth to take a 12-4 lead. The Raiders added two more in the bottom of the fifth to end the game via mercy rule.

Zak Bean tripled and finished tied for team-highs in hits and RBIs, with two of each, for the Raiders. Grayson Letourneau doubled and drove in two runs. Landon Bangs also had two RBIs and scored twice, while Trent Drouin had two hits, including a double, and scored two runs.


Landon Denis and Ethan Vattaso each pitched two innings for Oak Hill. Vattaso fanned four and Denis struck out two.

Connor Deprey and Anthony Conant tallied two hits apiece for Telstar.

YARMOUTH 8, GRAY-NEW GLOUCESTER 1: Sam Lowenstein struck out eight and allowed only two hits for the Clippers (8-2) in their Western Maine Conference win over the Patriots (2-10) in Gray.

Lowenstein gave up only one run and walked just one batter. Andrew Cheever had two hits and scored three runs for Yarmouth.

Ian Libby also had a strong outing on the mound for Gray-New Gloucester, striking out 12 while allowing five hits and walking one in 6 2/3 innings. Only two of the Clippers’ eight runs were earned, as the Patriots defense committed seven errors.

Max Kenney tripled and Andrew Keddey had a single for Gray-NG.

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