PARIS — Nick Binette singled home the winning run in the bottom of the seventh, lifting Oxford Hills to a 6-5 Class A North baseball victory over Lewiston on Monday.

Colton Jendrick led off the frame with a double and scored on Binette’s clutch hit. Jendrick and Binette both had two hits, while Brady Truman doubled and drove in two runs.

Truman was on the mound for the final two outs of the game and earned the win for the Vikings (9-5). He struck out one and didn’t allow a hit in 2/3 of an inning.

Dylan Blue struck out eight in five innings of relief for the Blue Devils (5-8). Daniel Pelletier, Payson Goyette and Joseph Dube each tallied two hits.

EDWARD LITTLE 6, CONY 5: The Red Eddies scored two in the top of the seventh to earn their fourth win in five games by beating the Rams in Augusta.

Breccan Albert scored the game-winning run for Edward Little (6-7). He scored twice, as did Eli St. Laurent and TJ Kramarz. Elliott Hill, who had a game-high two hits, St. Laurent and Albert each hit doubles.


Owen Scott pitched a complete game to earn the win. He struck out eight and allowed only four hits and two earned runs.

Parker Morin tripled for Cony (8-4). Max Tibbetts pitched the final four innings and struck out seven.

TELSTAR 5, MADISON 4: Connor Deprey’s walk-off hit gave the Rebels a thrilling win over the Bulldogs in Bethel.

Matthew Haley’s RBI single in the top of the seventh put Madison up 4-3. In Telstar’s half of the final inning, Deprey ended the game with a two-out, two-run double.

Wyatt Lily led the Rebels (4-8) with three hits, while Brody Walker drove in three runs.

Walker also pitched a complete game, including an immaculate inning in the top of the second when he struck out the side on nine pitches. He finished with nine strikeouts.


Madison’s (2-10) Xavier Estes and Brayden Furbush each tallied two hits. Griffin Dickey pitched all 5 2/3 innings and struck out 10 batters.

LEAVITT 9, LINCOLN 0: Noah Carpenter pitched a three-hit shutout, and the Hornets handled the Eagles in Newcastle.

Carpenter struck out 10 batters over seven innings on the mound. Jace Negley drove in a pair of runs for Leavitt (11-2), and catcher Luke Gladu tallied two hits.

Owen Cotta had a double for Lincoln (7-7).

LISBON 8, WINTHROP 1: Cody Osmond had two hits, including a double, drew two walks and scored two runs to help pace the Greyhounds (9-5) past the Ramblers (6-7) in Lisbon.

Keeghan Morrissette also doubled for Lisbon and Brayden Decato had two hits. Jimmy Fitzsimmons scattered four hits and three walks in 6 2/3 innings while striking out eight. Lincoln Matthews came on in relief and struck out the final batter of the game.


Brady Shuman singled in Trent Collin for Winthrop’s lone run. Collin took the loss on the mound but struck out five in three innings.

MONMOUTH 11, SPRUCE MOUNTAIN 1: Rory Foyt hit a pair of two-run singles for the Mustangs (11-1) in a five-inning win over the Phoenix (2-11) in Monmouth.

Foyt also stole two bases. Lucas Harmon added three hits, including a triple, and Tyler Johnson drove in two runs. Monmouth pitcher Jacob Harmon allowed three hits, one walk and one run while striking out three in four innings. Levi Laverdiere struck out a batter in a hitless inning of relief.

Max Labonte drove in Griffin Achorn for Spruce Mountain’s lone run in the top of the first. Kolby Cotton hit a double for the Phoenix.

OAK HILL 2, MOUNTAIN VALLEY 0: Landon Bangs pitched a one-hitter and also drove in a run as the Raiders (10-3) shut out the Falcons (4-7) in Wales.

Trent Drouin hit a pair of singles for Oak Hill. Logan Langlois also had a hit and scored a run. Bangs struck out five batters and walked one.


Josh Pollis spoiled Bangs’ no-hit attempt with a single. Bradley Sirois gave up four hits and four walks while striking out seven in five innings. Tyler Warren worked around a walk in a scoreless inning of relief.

ST. DOMINIC 10, GRAY-NEW GLOUCESTER 0: Ashton Hammond pitched a one-hitter and Timothee Ouellette had three hits and drove in two runs in the Saints’ six-inning win over the Patriots in Auburn.

Ouellette singled, doubled and tripled. Half of St. Dom’s 12 hits went for extra bases. Ridge Dionne also tripled and drove in two runs. Tom Casserly, Ryan Bussiere and Curtis Wheeler hit doubles. Wheeler and Ben Dumais finished with two hits apiece for the Saints (12-0).

Hammond struck out six and walked three in six innings.

Nick Geer had Gray-New Gloucester’s only hit. He also pitched for the Patriots (2-11) and struck out four.

TRAIP 8, BUCKFIELD 1: Alec Webster went the distance for the Rangers (7-6) in a win over the Bucks (3-7) at Kittery. Webster allowed one run on four hits, fanning four.


Webster added a pair of singles and drove in a run for Traip, Sean Webster added a pair singles and Colby Christiansen scored three times and drove in a pair.

YARMOUTH 4, POLAND 1: Starter David Swift threw six scoreless innings, allowing a pair of singles and striking out five, to lead the Clippers (10-2) past the Knights (7-7) at Poland.

Jack Janczuk had a pair of hits for Yarmouth, including an RBI single in the fifth, while Sam Bradford added a pair of hits.

ST. DOMINIC 11, GRAY-NEW GLOUCESTER 10: Emily Andrews’ two-run single capped the Saints’ three-run seventh inning in their come-from-behind walk-off win over the Patriots in Auburn.

St. Dom’s (9-4) entered the bottom of the seventh trailing by two runs, 10-8. The Saints scored one run, then Emily Andrews brought in Maddie Andrews and Piper Croteau for the tying and go-ahead runs.

Emily Andrews finished with three hits and three RBIs. Maddie Andrews, Croteau, Sophia Franciose and Lily Fortin each tallied two hits for St. Dom’s. One of Fortin’s two hits was a double, while Croteau had two RBIs and Maddie Andrews scored four runs.


Maisie Lerette hit a homer, drove in three runs and scored three for Gray0BNew Gloucester. Piper Aube doubled, singled, scored twice and drove in a pair of runs.

DIRIGO 18, MT. VIEW 11: Lana Waite had a triple among her three hits as the Cougars (8-2) outlasted the Mustangs (2-11) in a high-scoring contest in Dixfield.

Emily Woods and Abby Luczynski each hit a double and a single, and Aleiah Ward also doubled. Waite and Ward combined to pitch a three-hitter, with Waite striking out seven in four innings and Ward punching out three in three frames.

Jazlynn Totman pitched all six innings for Mt. View.

EDWARD LITTLE 11, CONY 1: Kassidy Lobb pitched a three-hitter and had three hits of her own in the Red Eddies’ (7-6) five-inning win over the Rams (6-7) in Augusta.

Lobb hit two doubles and a single and drove in four runs. Alexis Kelsea collected three singles, two runs and an RBI and Kylee Lebrun and Tiana Avila each had two hits and two RBIs. Lobb struck out eight batters in the circle.


Alivia St. Peter drove in the lone run for Cony with a double.

LEAVITT 12, LINCOLN 0: Maddy Dutil had four hits as the Hornets (11-2) topped the Eagles (5-9) in five innings in Newcastle.

All of Dutil’s hits were singles, Hailey Turcotte added two singles and Emily Poland hit a double for Leavitt, which scored seven runs in the second. Abby Albert, Hailey Cyr and Turcotte combined to pitch a two-hitter.

Olivia Ball pitched three innings for Lincoln Academy and Natalie Kaler pitched two.

MADISON 12, TELSTAR 2: Kylee Furbush’s all-around excellence led the way for the Bulldogs in their five-inning road victory over the Rebels in Bethel.

Furbush pitched all five innings for Madison, striking out 10 and allowing only two hits. She also went 2 for 4 at the plate, driving in two runs and scoring three.


Mackenzie Robbins also had two hits, two RBIs and three runs for the Bulldogs (6-7), and Ella Haynie doubled and drove in two runs.

Karen Marshall doubled and drove in both of Telstar’s (2-9) runs in the fourth inning. Maylyn Hastings had the Rebels’ other hit.

OXFORD HILLS 16, LEWISTON 1: Kyeria Morse threw a no-hitter and hit a home run as well as the walk-off hit in the Vikings’ mercy-rule victory over the Blue Devils (6-7) in Paris.

Morse struck out 10 and didn’t allow a walk in her first no-hitter of the season. She hit a two-run homer in the bottom of the first inning.

Attie Campbell had a hot bat for Oxford Hills (13-1), belting a triple and three singles and driving in five runs.

BUCKFIELD SWEEPS SACOPEE VALLEY: Carmen Crockett’s pitching and hitting paced the Bucks (12-1) to a doubleheader sweep of the Hawks (5-6) in Buckfield.


In the opener, which Buckfield won 2-0, Crockett pitched a one-hit shutout. All of Sacopee Valley’s 15 outs in the five-inning contest came via strikeout.

Crockett also doubled and had a team-high two hits. Chloee Bennett and Addison Stevens-Belanger each drove in a run for the Bucks.

Crockett struck out 10 and allowed only two hits in Buckfield’s 7-2 victory in the second game. She again doubled and singled. Brittany Carrier tripled and singled for the Bucks, who trailed 1-0 heading into the fourth inning when they plate six runs.

Crockett finished the day with 25 strikeouts and three hits allowed in 10 innings in the circle, along with two doubles and four hits.

Sacopee Valley pitcher limited Buckfield to three hits and two runs in the first game and held the Bucks scoreless for the first three innings of the second game. She also led the Hawks’ offense in the second game with two hits.

GREELY 16, GRAY-NEW GLOUCESTER/POLAND 1: Eva Williams and Asja Kelman had four goals apiece and Williams added three assists as the Rangers (8-3) cruised past the 26ers (2-10) at Cumberland.


Jane Flynn and Kylie Lord had two goals apiece for Greely, and Kacie Lord, Maggie Jacobson, Audrey Ingersoll and Avery Bush also scored.

Emma MacMahaon scored for Gray-New Gloucester/Poland.

MESSALONSKEE 15, MT. BLUE 7: Emma-Jane Parsons put in eight goals as the Eagles (8-3) more than doubled up the Cougars (7-6) in Farmington.

Isabella Morrill had a hat trick and Sophia Ventimiglia and Chloe Masse each added two goals for Messalonskee. AJ Pettingill made 10 saves.

Alissa Butterfield led Mt. Blue with three goals and an assist. Maya Kellett tallied two goals and an assist, Chloe Roberts recorded a goal and two assists, Lily Huntly also scored and Nina Bogar provided an assist. Evie Hutchins stopped 15 shots and Kali Judkins added two saves in relief.

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