AUGUSTA — The Lawrence softball team scored four runs in the first inning and four more in the fifth to upset top-ranked Cony 12-10 in a Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference Class A softball game Monday.

Paige Belanger had a two-run home run for Lawrence (4-12).

Cony hit three home runs, including two in a six-run third inning. Arika Brochu, Kassidy Turgeon and Michayla Dostie all went deep for Cony (13-3).

ERSKINE 6, LEAVITT 0: Emma Robertson had three hits, including a double, to lead the Eagles to a win over the Hornets in South China.

Avery Bond had two doubles for Erskine (7-9), while Taylor Boucher and Kaitlyn Sutter each had two singles.

Alivia Bubier had a double for Leavitt (9-6).

CARRABEC 9, HALL-DALE 3: The Cobras pounded out 11 hits to pull the upset against the Bulldogs in MVC action.

Macy Welch had a single and a double — each of which drove in two runs — while Brooklynne Lewis and Paige Chadbourne had three and two singles, respectively, for Carrabec (6-8).

Emily Maynard had three singles for Hall-Dale (12-3).


MESSALONSKEE 7, SKOWHEGAN 5: The Eagles scored three runs in the top on the sixth en route to the KVAC Class A win in Skowhgean. Zach Mathieu homered and doubled for Messalonskee (11-4) while Devin Warren singled twice and doubled and Jake Dexter homered. John Swett and Chase Nelson each singled and doubled for Skowhegan (6-10).

ERSKINE 13, LEAVITT 4: The Eagles collected 17 hits in beating the Hornets in their KVAC Class B season finale. Nate Martin singled and had a three-run double while Caleb Cummings, Ryan Rodrigue and Tyler Bailey each had three singles and Zach Childs singled twice. Julian Kirouac tripled and singled for Leavitt (6-9) while Drew Gosselin singled twice. Erskine finishes at 8-8.

LAWRENCE 12, CONY 2, 6 innings: Joe LeClair hit a home run and a triple, driving in four runs to lead the Bulldogs to the KVAC A win in Augusta.

Derek Bowen had two hits and drove in a pair of runs for Lawrence (8-8). Cody Martin had two hits for the Bulldogs. JT Nutting struck out five and walked one for the win.

Tayler Carrier homered for Cony (8-7).


MESSALONSKEE 15, LEWISTON 14: Ally Fischang and Mikayla Turner each scored four goals, while Nathalie St. Pierre had a hat trick to lead the Eagles to an overtime victory over the Blue Devils.

India Languet, Sydney Gagne, Calla Balboni and Lucy Guarnieri also scored goals for Messalonskee (8-3). Lewiston falls to 7-5 with the loss.