PARIS — Tristen Derenburger’s solo home run in the bottom of the seventh gave Oxford Hills a 2-1 win over Skowhegan in a key Class A North contest to close out the regular season Tuesday.

Kyeria Morse allowed just three hits and three walks in seven innings, while striking out eight batters, to earn the win for the Vikings (15-1). Lily Noyes gave up five hits and two walks while striking out five in six-plus innings for Skowhegan.

The River Hawks (14-2) struck first in the top of the third, with Keysie Jones and Lydia Jones walking and Annabelle Morris following with a single to load the bases before Maddy Morris hit a sacrifice fly to score Keysie Jones.

The Vikings answered in the bottom of the fourth, with Maddy Miller singling, Kaydence Morse moving her over with another single and Charlotte McGreevy driving in Miller to tie the game.

LEWISTON 6, EDWARD LITTLE 4: Reese Maynard scored three runs for the Blue Devils (3-13), who held on for a win over the rival Red Eddies (8-8) at Central Maine Community College in Auburn.

Isabella Enos had three hits and Aubrey Peer doubled for Lewiston. Ava Dionne earned the win in the circle after pitching a complete game with six hits and six strikeouts.


Kylee Lebrun had two hits and two RBIs for Edward Little, which was able to scratch one run across in the bottom of the seventh but nothing else. Amanda Raymond singled and scored two runs. Madisyn Scott struck out six in seven innings.

ST. DOM’S SWEEPS RICHMOND: Maddie Andrews earned the pitching win in both victories as the Saints (8-8) edged the Bobcats (9-7) twice in a doubleheader in Richmond.

Andrews pitched all five innings in St. Dominic’s 9-8 victory in the first game, with the Saints as the designated home team. She gave up five hits, four earned runs and five walks, but struck out eight batters. She was able to secure the narrow win as Richmond scored four runs in the top of the fifth.

Emily Andrews pitched the first three innings of the second game, which St. Dominic won 9-7 in six innings as the road team. After Emily Andrews gave up four runs (one earned) and four hits in three innings, Maddie Andrews came on in relief and allowed just two hits in three innings.

In the first game, Kassidy Cote had two hits and two RBIs, Ellia Dick also drove in two and hit a double, and Sophia Franciose hit a double of her own.

Emily Andrews hit two doubles in the second game, to go along with three RBIs, and Dick and Piper Croteau each had two hits of their own.


For Richmond, Lila Viselli had three hits in the first game including a double, Kara Briand had two RBIs, and Izzy Stewart pitched all four innings. Briand pitched the first two innings of the second game and Viselli relieved her and pitched the last four. Viselli and Briand each hit doubles, with Viselli adding three more hits to her total for the day, and Stewart had two, including a triple.

FRYEBURG ACADEMY 5, POLAND 3: Abigail Ontengco threw a four-hitter, striking out five batters to lead the Raiders (8-8) as they upended the Knights (13-3) at Poland.

Olivia Rioux had a double and single for Poland, while Ana Mailett added a triple.

Gretchyn Paradis suffered the loss, allowing five runs on a pair of hits, fanning seven.

MONMOUTH ACADEMY 6, MOUNTAIN VALLEY 2: Starting pitcher Matt Marquis pitched four solid innings and helped his own cause at the plate with two hits and two RBIs as the Mustangs (15-1) muscled past the Falcons (3-11) in Rumford.

Marquis allowed just one hit, one walk and one run while striking out seven. Kyle LePage struck out two while giving up one hit and one run in two innings of relief and Isaac Oliveira struck out two more in a hitless seventh. Kyle Palleschi also had two hits and drove in two for Monmouth, and Sam Calder had two hits as well.


Tyler Warren allowed eight hits in six innings for Mountain Valley, with three strikeouts. Seneca Jones struck out one batter and walked one in a hitless inning of relief. Jake New had a hit and an RBI, and Jones had the other hit and scored one of the runs.

SKOWHEGAN 10, OXFORD HILLS 4: A five-run top of the sixth gave the River Hawks (11-5) control in their Class A North regular-season finale against the Vikings (12-4) in Paris.

The game was tied 3-3 when Skowhegan put up its big inning. Oxford Hills got one run back in the bottom half, and the River Hawks plated two more insurance runs in the top of the seventh.

Hunter McEwen had two hits, including a double, for Skowhegan. Chance Tibbetts drove in two runs and Jackson Quinn hit a triple. Tibbetts pitched a complete game, scattering nine hits and one walk while striking out five.

Connor Fitts had three hits for Oxford Hills, and Hunter Tardiff had two, including a double. Eli Soehren also had two hits.

Soehren took the loss on the mound, pitching into the sixth for the Vikings. He struck out four in five-plus frames, and Nick Binette punched out three more in two innings of relief.


OAK HILL 7, MT. ABRAM 6: The Raiders (13-3) scored the winning run with two outs in the bottom of the seventh to top the Roadrunners (12-4) in Wales.

Grayson Letourneau hit two doubles and Ethan Vattaso had one as part of his two-hit day for Oak Hill. Kyle Delano had three of the Raiders’ 12 hits and matched Vattaso with two RBIs. Aaron Ridlon had two hits out of the No. 9 spot.

Delano also pitched a complete game on the mound, allowing five hits and three earned runs while striking out two.

Bear Rollins had two of Mt. Abram’s five hits and scored two runs. Bryce Wilcox drove in two runs. The Roadrunners tied the game 6-6 with four runs in the top of the seventh after trailing 6-0 entering the fifth.

Payton Mitchell lasted three innings before being relieved by Kaden Pillsbury, who got the Roadrunners within one out of sending the game to extra innings.

EDWARD LITTLE 17, CONY 10: Jack Thompson scored five goals and added three assists to help lead the Red Eddies (3-9) past the Rams (1-12) at Walton Field in Auburn.


Andrew Clements tallied four goals and one assist, Austin Sellinger sent in three goals and two assists and Tyler Grenier recorded two goals and one assist for Edward Little. Jack Pepin and Milo Small also scored, Cam Dufour dished out two assists, and Pepin and Joe Martel each provided an assist.

Bjorn Sandburg made five saves to earn the win for the Red Eddies, and Grenier and Clements combined to go 21 for 31 on faceoffs.

BRUNSWICK 11, MARANACOOK/WINTHROP 7: Elizabeth Putnam scored four goals to lead the Brunswick girls lacrosse team to a win over Maranacook/Winthrop in a Class B/C crossover game in Brunswick.

Kelsie Carlton had a late assist for the Dragons (12-2), picking up her 100th career point in the process.

The teams were tied 3-3 before Brunswick exploded for eight goals in the second half, including three by Putnam, to pull away for good.

Ashley Deschamp had two goals for Maranacook/Winthrop (8-5).

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