LEWISTON — Lonnie Thomas came around to score from first on an error to give Lewiston a 2-1 walk-off win over Oak Hill on Monday in crossover baseball action.

Matt Levasseur led off the bottom of the seventh with a walk and Thomas came on as a pinch runner. Joe Dube came up next and reached on an error and Thomas rounded the bases for the winning run.

The Blue Devils (2-4) tied the game 1-1 in the bottom of the sixth when Dylan Blue scored on Payson Goyette’s two-out RBI double.

The Raiders (3-1) took a 1-0 lead in the top of the fifth when Landen Denis singled, stole second, moved to third on a groundout and came home on Kaleb Langlois’ RBI single.

Thomas, who got the start for Lewiston, and Oak Hill starter Landon Bangs both pitched well for their respective teams. A successful pickoff by Lewiston relief pitcher Jeffrey Randall ended the top of the seventh with two runners on base.

LEAVITT 10, GRAY-NEW GLOUCESTER 1: Noah Carpenter pitched a three-hitter with 10 strikeouts and had a strong game at the plate for the visiting Hornets (4-1) against the Patriots (0-5) in Gray.


Carpenter hit a triple and two singles, driving in two runs and scoring twice. Jace Negley also had two RBIs for Leavitt, which scored five runs in the first inning.

Kaiden Chase singled and scored for the Patriots.

TELSTAR 8, WINTHROP 3: Connor Deprey struck out eight batters and allowed six hits as the Rebels (2-3) won in Bethel.

Telstar catcher Brennan Walker had a single and threw out two base runners, and teammate Nick Zolad had a single and an RBI.

Will Grant had a single and a double for Winthrop (3-2).

POLAND 3, LAKE REGION 2: Sam Paladino drove in the winning run in top of the seventh to send the Knights (3-3) past the host Lakers (1-4) in Naples.


Lake Region tied the game with two runs in the bottom of the sixth against Poland starter Adam Gwarjanksi, who scattered six hits while striking out five in six innings. Regan Cohen pitched the bottom of the seventh to earn the win. Isaac Ramsdell had two of Poland’s three hits.

Caleb Coombs had two hits, including a double, for the Lakers. Brayden Wilson also had two hits.

MT. BLUE 6, MT. ABRAM 0: Nolan Leso helped the Cougars (2-2) score four in the top of the fifth with a single in a win over the Roadrunners (3-1) in Salem Township.

Mt. Abram had three errors in the inning.

Mt. Blue had five hits in the game, with Leso adding a triple. Dane Cousineau delivered a double.

Payton Mitchell had two hits, including a double, for Mt. Abram. He took the loss on the mound, striking out three in five innings.


OXFORD HILLS 2, FRYEBURG ACADEMY 1: Hunter Tardiff drove in Cam Pulkkinen in the bottom of the seventh inning to give the Vikings a walk-off win in Paris.

Pulkkinen doubled as part of his game-high two hits. Nick Binette drove in Oxford Hills’ other run on a fourth-inning single that scored Gabe Damon.

Carson Stevens pitched a complete game for the Vikings (4-2). He struck out three batters, walked two and held Fryeburg to four hits.

Raiders (2-3) starting pitcher Ethan Lord struck out six in 4 2/3 innings. Connor Keaton drove in Alexis Castillo for Fryeburg’s only run in the top of the fourth.

GREELY 3, EDWARD LITTLE 2: The Red Eddies’ (1-5) rally fell one run short in a loss to the Rangers (4-0) at Central Maine Community College in Auburn.

Greely plated all three of its runs in the top of the third. Edward Little drew within one with a two-run bottom of the sixth.


The Red Eddies outhit the Rangers, with seven to Greely’s three. Edward Little starter Eli St. Laurent allowed two hits and three unearned runs while striking out three in six innings. Owen Scott struck out three in the top of the seventh. Ben DuBois had two hits and Peyton Dyer and TJ Kramarz both doubled for the Red Eddies.

Wyatt Soucie doubled for Greely. Keeler Vogt pitched 6 1/3 innings to earn the win and Sam Almy recorded the final two outs via strikeout for the save.

MADISON 12, TELSTAR 2: Hope Nadeau and Mackenzie Robbins each had three RBIs for the Bulldogs (2-2) in a five-inning win in Madison.

Ashleigh Padelford drove home two runs while Ella Haynie and Kylee Furbush each had an RBI. Emma Anton had a double in the win.

Furbush pitched all five innings, allowed six hits, striking out eight and walking four.

Makenzie Eliot had a double and triple for Telstar (1-5). Morgan Zetts and Maylyn Hasting each had a RBI in the losing effort.


OXFORD HILLS 16, FRYEBURG ACADEMY 1: Cameron Mayhan had two doubles and a single for the Vikings (5-1) in a three-inning victory over the Raiders (2-3) in Paris.

Charlotte McGreevy, Sam McPhail and Maddy Miller each had a double and a single while Attie Campbell homered as Oxford Hills scored all 16 runs in the bottom of the first.

McGreevy pitched all three innings, allowing three hits and one walk while picking up three strikeouts.

Carlin Gallin had an RBI double in the first inning for Fryeburg.

LEWISTON 7, OAK HILL 5: Ava Dionne was a catalyst on offense and the winning pitcher as the Blue Devils (3-3) handed the Raiders (3-1) their first loss of the season in an interconference matchup in Lewiston.

Dionne had a team-high three hits to go along with two RBIs, finishing a home run shy of the cycle. Jersey Cunningham had two hits and two RBIs, Irelyn Ackley hit a double and collected two RBIs and Aubrey Peer had two hits and an RBI. Aubrey Wood also had two hits. Dionne struck out five batters in seven innings.


Ava Rivet paced Oak Hill with four hits, featuring a home run, two RBIs and two runs scored. Aubrey McElhaney had two hits, including a double, and scored two runs. Delia Custer hit a triple and drove in two runs.

LEAVITT 19, GRAY-NEW GLOUCESTER 3: Nola Boutaugh hit a triple and a double to pace the Hornets (4-1) past the Patriots (0-6) in four innings in Gray.

Hailey Turcotte had three hits, including a double for Leavitt, which trailed 3-1 after one inning but plated seven runs in the second, six in the third and five in the fourth.

Sam Deblois added three hits and four RBIs, and Emily Poland had two hits and drove in two runs. Maddy Dutil, Jordyn Boulay, Gabby Smith, Hailey Cyr also had two hits each.

Cyr collected seven strikeouts in three innings in the circle.

Maisie Lerette had the lone hit for Gray-New Gloucester.


BUCKFIELD 18, RICHMOND 0: The Bucks’ offense exploded and pitcher Carmen Crockett held the Bobcats (2-2) scoreless in a three-inning mercy rule victory in Buckfield.

Crockett struck out all 10 batters she faced in the three innings. She was one dropped strike three away from a perfect game.

Crockett also had a triple, a single, drove in three runs and scored three. Cora Brewster led Buckfield (4-0) with three hits, including a double, and she drove in three runs. Lillian Sharples tallied two hits and Sophie St. Pierre had a double and two RBIs.

GREELY 12, EDWARD LITTLE 8: The Rangers grabbed an early advantage with four runs in the first inning and maintained the lead the entire game in a win over the Red Eddies in Auburn.

Avery Butler hit a double for Greely (2-3), and Fiona MacArthur and Katie Wallace tallied two hits apiece.

Edward Little’s (4-2) Tiana Avila and Naomi Valcin each hit a triple, and Valcin and Nellie Feeney finished with two hits apiece.


Butler pitched seven innings for the Rangers and earn the win.

MT. BLUE 15, MT. ABRAM 2: A five-run first inning jump-started the Cougars’ victory over the Roadrunners in Salem Township.

Chloe Maberry hit a single, double, triple and had three RBIs for Mt. Blue (2-2). Leah Michuad, Leah Merrill and Abby Farrington also had doubles.

Cougars pitcher Leah Merrill struck out 12 batters.

Adrianna Stinchfield threw 10 strikeouts for Mt. Abram (1-3).

SPRUCE MOUNTAIN 20, WATERVILLE 0: The Phoenix plated 13 runs in the first inning to pull away early from the Purple Panthers in Jay.

Spruce Mountain (4-1) added seven runs in the second inning. Rylee Turner and Jazmine Pingree each tallied two hits and Samantha Hodgkin had a double.

Turner and Hodgkin each pitched an inning and allowed a hit. Turner also struck out three batters.

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