HAMPDEN — Trevor Hisler had three hits, including a double, to lead Skowhegan to a 5-4 win over Hampden Academy in Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference Class A baseball action Tuesday.

Chase Nelson and John Swett each had two hits for Skowhegan (5-2), with each smacking a double.
Taylor Bacon earned the win for the Indians, while Swett was credited with the save.

Matt Closson hit a home run for Hampden (5-1).

Forest Hills 18-12, Vinalhaven 6-6: Derick Ouellette struck out 15 Vinalhaven hitters in Game 2, helping Forest Hills earn the sweep in Jackman.

Ouellette also homered in Game 2 for the Tigers (4-1).

In Game 1, Matt Turner hit a two-run home run for Forest Hills. The Tigers scored 10 runs in the sixth inning to clinch the game. Tanner Daigle also homered for the Tigers.

Vinalhaven is now 0-6.

Valley 23, Greenville 1, 5 innings: Seth Malloy drove in five runs as the Cavaliers used a pair of nine-run innings to trounce the Lakers in Bingham.

Carrington Miller scored three runs for Valley (2-0), and Dylan Belanger scored four. Justin Miller and Cody Lawyerson each drove in a pair of runs for the Cavs, Colin Miller had two hits for Valley.

Greenville is now 0-3.

Gardiner 7, MCI 1: Josh McKelvey pitched a four-hitter, struck out 10 and didn’t issue a walk to lead the Tigers to the KVAC Class B win in Gardiner. Frank Chepke singled, doubled and also stole home to lead Gardiner’s offense while Ian Lane singled and tripled and Hunter Belanger singled twice.

Dylan Watrous singled and scored the run for Maine Central Institute (1-5). Gardiner is 4-2.

Bangor 1, Lawrence 0: Justin Courtney’s two-out single in the fifth inning scored Carl Farnham with the only run of the game, lifting the Rams to the KVAC A win in Fairfield.

Lawrence had the potential tying run on second base in the bottom of the seventh inning, but could not score.

Trevor Delaiite threw a complete game for Bangor (5-2), striking out seven and walking one while giving up two hits. Jesse Hines took the tough loss for Lawrence (0-6), striking out five and walking one.

Brunswick 10, Erskine 1:  John Parker held Erskine to five singles and struck out seven to lead the Dragons to the KVAC Class A win in South China. Charlie Lowell and Adam Casey led Brunswick (2-5) with two hits apiece while Ryan Rodrigue singled twice for Erskine (1-5).

Winslow 12, Maranacook 5: The Black Raiders scored in double figures for the fourth consecutive game and the fifth time this season, improving to 7-0 with the win in Readfield.

Chase Colford, Dylan Hapworth, Zach Guptill and Don Camp each had two hits for Winslow. Nick Lacasse had a pair of hits for Maranacook (2-4).

Camden Hills 7, Mt. View 5: The Windjammers rapped out 14 hits to take the KVAC B win in Rockport.

Connor Hart scored three runs for Camden Hills (4-2). Chandler Crans had four hits for the Windjammers.

Kenny McGray had two hits and drove in a run for Mt. View (1-5). Erik Larrabee had a pair of hits and drove in a run for the Mustangs.

Waterville 12, Leavitt 1, 5 innings: Alan Wood had three hits, including a double and a triple, to help the Panthers take the win in Waterville.

Tyler Bouchard also had three hits for Waterville (6-1). Brian Bellows allowed seven hits and struck out six for the win.

Softball

Winslow 4, Maranacook 2: Jessica Pare hit a two-run double with one out in the top of the seventh to lift the B lack Raiders past the Black Bears in a Class B softball game Tuesday afternoon.
The teams were tied 2-2 in the seventh before the Raiders rallied.

Morgan Clark led off with a single and she advanced on a single by Hillary Libby. With runners on first and second, leadoff hitter Brooke Haskell popped up and the infield fly rule was called.

However, the ball fell to the ground and the runners advanced to second and third. Pare followed with a double to the fence in left-center.

Pare had two doubles and as many RBIs for Winslow (5-2). Ashley Michaud had two singles to lead Maranacook (2-4).

Bangor 7, Lawrence 2, 8 innings:
The Rams were able to score five runs in the eighth inning to defeat the Bulldogs in a KVAC A game in Fairfield.

Emily Riley and Morgan Campbell each smacked doubles for Bangor (4-2).

Randa Tardy led Lawrence (1-5) with three singles and an RBI.

Forest Hills 9-5, Vinalhaven 8-21: Anna Carrier doubled in Josie Hoyt in the bottom of the seventh inning to lift the Tigers in the opener of a doubleheader Jackman.

Hoyt reached on a single and stole second to get into scoring position.

Haley Cuddy and Dana McNally each had two doubles for Forest Hills (2-3).

Ashley Hamilton had a double for Vinalhaven (1-3).

Vinalhaven used a 10-run fourth inning in Game 2 to salvage the split. Maddie Hallowell had three hits to lead the charge.

Erskine 10, Brunswick 0: Alison Gauvin had two doubles and the Eagles turned a rare triple play to sink the Dragons in a KVAC A game in South China.

Erskine (3-3) turned the triple play in the first inning. With runners at first and second, Erskine first baseman Emma Robertson caught a line drive, stepped on first and threw to second to force out both runners.

Kaitlyn SUtter had a single and a double as well.

Brunswick dropped to 0-6.

Greenville 21, Valley 2, 5 inn.: The Lakers scored 11 runs in the fourth inning en route to the East/West Conference win. Jasmine Senatus led the 13-hit attack with a triple and two singles while Kaylee Warman had three singles. Winning pitcher Molly Foley struck out eight and walked one.

Kirsten Mathieu had three singles for Valley (0-2). Greenville is 3-0.

Skowhegan 8, Hampden 4: Kaitlyn Theriault settled down after a four-run first inning and allowed just one hit the rest of the way in leading the Indians to the KVAC Class A win in Hampden. Shleby Obert led the winners with two singles and a double while Mikayla Toth and emma Fitzgerald each singled twice. Skowhegan is 5-2, Hampden is 2-4.

Boys lacrosse

Lincoln 15, Mt. Blue 9: Ben Stone had four goals and two assists to lead the Eagles to the Class B win in Faarmington.  Ryan Rouillard paced the Cougars with three goals while JT Williams added two goals and three assists. sam Taylor scored two goals and an asisst for Mt. Blue while teammates LiamWelch and Matt Smith each scored a goal.
Mt. Blue is 0-5, Lincoln is 1-3.

Messalonskee 7, Cony 5: Aidan Calkins had two goals and an assist to lead the Eagles to a KVAC A win over the Rams in Augusta.

Ben Weeks and Josh Towle each had a goal and two assists for Messalonskee (4-1.) Jordan Holmes, Eric Van Der Karr and Connor Leonard each scored a goal for the Eagles.

Brandon Surette, Bronson Kieltyka, Kevin Kingsbury, Dan Erby and Drew Keithley each scored for Cony (1-4).

Girls lacrosse

Messalonskee 8, Mt. Ararat 5: Kristie Bernatchez scored five goals and Kristin Kern added three to lead Messalonskee to the KVAC A win in Oakland. Izzy Skinner stopped five shots to earn the win for Messalonskee (4-0).

Sierra Gilley scored two goals to pace Mt. Ararat (2-2).

College baseball

Colby 2-10, UMF 1-6:
Ian Bezahler and Glenn Parsons earned their first varsity wins to lead the Mules to the doubleheader sweep in Farmington.

Colby (11-20) trailed 1-0 in the opener before plating two in the sixth to grab the victory. Tim Corey led off the sixth with a home run and Tyler Starks added an RBI single to plate the eventual game-winning run.

In Game 2, Colin Cummings hit a grand slam in the first inning to provide Parsons all the offense he would need. Cummings finished with five RBIs. Parsons struck out three in 41⁄3 innings.