FAIRFIELD — Kylee Knight had two singles and five RBIs to lead the Messalonskee softball team to a 13-4 win over Lawrence in a Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference Class A game.
Taylor Easler belted a grand slam for Messalonskee (4-2) while Dakota Bragg added a double and two singles.
Paige Belanger had a home run for Lawrence (2-4).
FOREST HILLS 16-26, HIGH VIEW 2-1: Anna Carrier had four hits, including a triple and a home run, to lead the Tigers in Game 1 of a doubleheader sweep in Jackman.
Jess Hoyt drove in four runs in the Game 2 win for the Tigers (4-2). Carrier drove in three runs as well.
High View dropped to 0-2.
NOKOMIS 11, OCEANSIDE 2: Sara Packard pitched a complete game, striking out five and walking just one, to lead the Warriors. Courtney Carlson hit a grand slam to lead Nokimis (7-0) while Tiffany Penn had a triple.
Oceanside dropped to 4-3.
RICHMOND 15, VALLEY 0, 5 innings: Kalah Patterson had a grand slam and a single and Meranda Martin pitched a one-hitter to lead the host Bobcats to the East/West Conference win.
Kelsie Obi had a triple, a single and an RBI for Richmond (5-0) while Cassidy Harriman had two singles and three RBIs. Autumn Acord added a triple and a single and Martin helped her own cause with two singles and two RBIs.
Valley falls to 0-3.
FOREST HILLS 19-12, GREATER PORTLAND CHRISTIAN 2-0: Nate Jalbert, Aaron Moffit and Matt Turner each had five hits on the day as the Tigers swept a doubleheader in Jackman.
Turner won Game 1 while Jalbert picked up the win Game 2 for Forest Hills (2-2).
Greater Portland Christian dropped to 0-3.
RICHMOND 6, VALLEY 2: Brendan Emmons allowed five hits while striking out 14 to lead the host Bobcats to the East/West Conference win.
Mike Stewart and Cam Emmons each had two singles and an RBI for Richmond (4-1).
Dylan Belanger had two singles for Valley (2-1).
HAMPDEN ACADEMY 7, SKOWHEGAN 5: Chase Nelson had three hits, including a double, but it wasn’t enough for the Indians, who fell to the Broncos in Hampden.
John Swett had two hits for Skowhegan (2-4), including a double.
Tristan Gardiner earned the win on the mound for Hampden (3-4).