WELLS — Nicole Rioux blasted a grand slam in the top of the first inning and added a two-run homer in the seventh to pace Poland to a 7-2 softball victory over Wells on Friday.

Sydney Lacombe and Gretchen Paradis collected three hits apiece for the Knights (7-6).

Payton Fazzina hit a double and a single for the Warriors (8-5). Savannah Tardiff also had two hits.

BUCKFIELD 3, VALLEY 0: Carmen Crockett struck out 18 batters and allowed only one hit as the Bucks (10-1) earned the shutout in Bingham.

Crockett walked three batters. She also added two hits at the plate.

Madeline Hill tossed a three-hitter for Valley (6-5). Kirsten Bigelow tripled for the Cavaliers.


MONMOUTH 9, MT. ABRAM 2: Shannah Parsons tossed a two-hitter and struck out 15 batters as the Mustangs (8-1) won in Monmouth.

Parsons also had three hits, including a double, at the plate. Teammate Madi Herr added two hits.

Adrianna Stinchfield took the loss for Mt. Abram (3-7).

LEAVITT 6, ERSKINE 2: Hailey Cyr’s all-around effort help the Hornets win their fourth consecutive game by defeating the Eagles (3-9) in China.

In the circle, Cyr struck out nine batters in five innings. She aided Leavitt’s offense with a triple and a double. The Hornets (10-2) plated four runs in the second inning, one in the fourth and another in the sixth.

Haley Turcotte doubled and matched Cyr’s game-high two hits. Jordan Boulay also smacked a double.


SPRUCE MOUNTAIN 14, LISBON 4: Jaydn Pingree and Samantha Martin each tallied two hits and three RBIs for the Phoenix (11-1), who finished off the Greyhounds (4-8) in five innings in Jay.

Rylee Turner earned the win in the circle for Spruce Mountain, pitching all five innings while scattering eight hits and two walks while striking out three.

Alivia Field and Ava Kottman each had two hits for Lisbon. One of Kottman’s hits was a triple, and Field had a double and two RBIs.

ST. DOMINIC 17, MCI 5: The Saints (8-4) put away the Huskies (7-5) with an 11-run seventh inning in Pittsfield.

St. Dom’s led 6-0 after the first two innings but was clinging to a 6-5 lead heading into the top of the seventh. MCI got back into the game with two runs in the fourth and three in the fifth.

Piper Croteau and Emily Andrews each hit a double and a single and drove in two runs for the Saints. Maddie Andrews, Sophia Franciose, Cassidy Russell, Ellie Porter and Chloe Croteau also had two hits apiece. Piper Croteau and Russell each scored three runs.


Lily Fortin pitched all six innings for St. Dominic and struck out six batters while allowing only two hits.

Skyla Dean and Chichi Rivera had the Huskies’ hits. Dean also scored twice.

HALL-DALE 19, TELSTAR 0: Ashlynn Donahue pitched a three-inning no-hitter with eight strikeouts and had one of the Bulldogs’ 12 hits in a win over the Rebels in Farmingdale.

Zoe Soule hit two doubles, Jade Graham had a double and a single, Karalyn Coro also had two hits, and Mira Skehan hit a triple and drove in three runs. Hall-Dale (9-1) plated seven runs in the first and 12 in the second.

Maylyn Hastings pitched both innings for Telstar (2-8), tallying two strikeouts while issuing four walks. Eight runs were unearned. No. 9 hitter Bella Bennett drew a walk with two outs in the top of the third to end Donahue’s perfect game.

LEAVITT 8, ERSKINE 0: Four runs in the first inning were more than enough for freshman pitcher Trent Holst in the Hornets’ victory over the Eagles in China.


Holst struck out 13 batters and allowed three hits during six scoreless innings on the mound. He also helped out on offense with a double.

Jace Negley led Leavitt’s (10-2) attack, going 2 for 3 with a double and two RBIs. Catcher Luke Gladu also hit a double, and Will Keach and Kade Knight contributed two singles apiece.

Landen Blodgett tallied two hits for Erskine (2-10).

WELLS 5, POLAND 1: Spencer Carpenter pitched a two-hitter and Caleb Moody had two RBIs as the Warriors (7-5) beat the Knights (7-6) in Wells.

Aydan Collins and Matthew Flagg each drove in a run for Wells, which grabbed a 4-1 lead with a three-run second inning.

Adam Gwarjanski produced an RBI single for Poland.


HALL-DALE 13, TELSTAR 0: Ben Nathan struck out nine batters in a four-hit effort as the Bulldogs (6-4) won handily in Farmingdale.

Nathan, Nick Brown, Eben Austin and Noah Longfellow each had two hits at the plate. Nathan, Austin and Keegan Cary each drove in two runs.

Wyatt Lilly, Brennan Walker, Brody Walker and Brayden Easterlin had hits for Telstar (3-8).

TRAIP 17, ST. DOMINIC 2: Sarah Carvan led the Rangers (7-4) with three goals, while Frances Burke, Jacey Johnson and Madison Rohan all scored twice in a win over the Saints (0-9) at Kittery.

Traip goalie Charlotte Masse made nine saves.

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