AUBURN — St. Dom’s got up early thanks to a big third inning on its way to a 12-0, five-inning softball win over Mt. View on Wednesday.

The Saints scored 11 runs in the bottom of the third.

Maddie Andrews doubled and delivered three RBIs for St. Dominic (7-1), and Sophia Franciose also tallied three RBIs. Andrews pitched all five innings for the Saints, striking out five.

Emily Richards had the only hit for Mt. View (1-6), and Payton Munro pitched all five innings.

EDWARD LITTLE 18, MT. BLUE 2: The Red Eddies scored 12 runs in the first inning to beat the Cougars in Auburn.

Naomi Valcin doubled twice for Edward Little (6-4) and scored four RBIs and three runs. Tiana Avila had two hits, three RBIs and scored three runs. Kassidy Lobb had two hits and two RBIs.


Lobb pitched for the Red Eddies, allowing four hits and throwing three strikeouts.

Maddie Cote had a hit and an RBI for Mt. Blue (2-6).

MADISON 4, MOUNTAIN VALLEY 3: Kylee Furbush led the Bulldogs with two hits to beat the Falcons by one run in Rumford.

Jillian Linkletter and Hope Nadeau each doubled for Madison (3-4).

Furbush pitched all seven innings for the Bulldogs, allowing three runs and five hits, while striking out five.

Brooke Brown led Mountain Valley (1-6) with two hits, one being a triple, and Hayden Chase doubled. Lanee Boucher pitched seven innings for the Falcons.


LEAVITT 4, MORSE 1: Will Keach scattered four hits and struck out six to lead the Hornets to a victory over the Shipbuilders in Turner.

Luke Gladu’s single in the third inning scored Colten Taylor with what would prove to be the game-winning run for Leavitt (8-1). Reid Sibley smacked two hits for the Hornets.

Oscar Nelson had two hits and Braylen Williams had a double for Morse (1-6).


UMF TRIO HONORED: Three University of Maine at Farmington women’s lacrosse players — junior midfielder Abby Trefsger, sophomore defender Skye Cotnoir and sophomore defender Allie Bliss — were named to the North Atlantic Conference All-Conference second team. Starting goalie Kate Nowell received conference Sportsmanship Team recognition.

Trefsger led the Beavers with 54 draw controls and 48 ground balls. Her totals were the most by a Beaver since Samantha Cross and Keilly Lynch in 2019. Trefsger totaled 22 goals and 31 points, the third highest on the team, and caused a team-high 24 turnovers.

Cotnoir finished with 11 caused turnovers, 15 ground balls and one goal. In goal, she finished with 40 saves in 225 minutes and started four games. Her save percentage for the season was .374 and she recorded a season-high 14 saves against Husson.

Bliss led the Beavers defense with 22 ground balls and 15 caused turnovers, while playing every minute of the entire season. The sophomore is graduating a year and a half early.

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