AUGUSTA — Nate DelGiudice had three goals and six assists as the Messalonskee boys lacrosse team beat Cony 13-3 in a Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference win Saturday.

Ben Weeks and Luke Vigue each had three goals for Messalonskee (6-4). Jake Smith and Dylan Clark combined for 12 saves for the win.

Mike Luber, John Bennett and Derek Elvin scored for Cony (3-6). Kevin Kingsbury and Dakota Bowie each had an assist.

Oak Hill 16, Mt. Blue 2: Kyle Flaherty scored four goals and added an assist to lead the Raiders to an Eastern B win in Farmington.

Jon Averill scored three goals and two assists for the Raiders (5-3). Caleb Provst, Ryan Daniels and Trevor Sampson each chipped in with a pair of goals for Oak Hill. Matt Martin had nine saves to earn the victory.

Ryan Rouillard scored two goals and Sam Taylor had two assists for Mt. Blue (0-9). John Andrews had 15 saves.


Oceanside 12, MCI 8: Seth Batty hit a home run and drove in two runs to lead the Mariners to a KVAC B win in Rockland.

Zack Roman went 3 for 4 with a double and two RBIs for the Mariners (7-5) as well.

Mason Lasalle went 3 for 4 with two RBIs to pace the Huskies (0-13). Ethan Duplisea went 2 for 4 with two RBIs as well.

Vinalhaven 10-3, Rangeley 4-4: Alex Morton singled and scored on an error to break open a 3-3 game and help Rangeley win Game 2 and salvage a doubleheader split.

Randy Thompson earned the victory in relief of Barron Jannace for the Lakers (3-7).

Eric White had a double and a home run for Rangeley in the opener.

Byron Thomas had three hits for Vinalhaven (3-5).

Forest Hills 11-9, Richmond 3-20: Derick Ouellette allowed one hit and struck out 12 to lead Forest Hills to the win in Game 1 of an East/West Conference doubleheader in Jackman.

Ouellette hit two singles, a double, and a home run while driving in a pair of runs for the Tigers (6-5) in Game 1. Ouellette homered in three consecutive at bats between the two games.

In Game 2, Richmond (2-10) scored eight runs in the fourth inning to take control. Tyler Harrington hit a three-run homer for the Bobcats.


Buckfield 16-19, Valley 0-4: Abby Bragg had six hits combined in both games to lead the Bucks to the doubleheader sweep.

Hannah Gallant added five hits for Buckfield (8-5).

Breanna Darling earned the win in both games. She struck out a combined 14 hitters.

Teagan Laweryson had a double and scored a run in the second game to lead Valley (0-10). Kristen Mathieu had two hits, including a double, for the Cavaliers as well.

Richmond 15-19, Forest Hills 0-0: Richmond scored five runs in each of the first two innings of game two, ensuring the doubleheader shutout sweep in Jackman.

Ciarra Lancaster and Andrea Meagher each drove in three runs in game two for the Bobcats (12-0). In game one, Richmond scored 10 runs in the second inning. Danica Hurley had a double and three singles in the first game.

Hayley Cuddy had two hits in game two for Forest Hills (3-7).


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