Staff report

MADISON — Chase Malloy allowed one run on two hits while striking out four and walking one as Madison beat Winthrop 3-1 in a Mountain Valley Conference baseball game Thursday.

K.P. Carpenter went 1 for 2 with an RBI and Malloy added an RBI for Madison (7-9). Garrett Emery had a double for the Bulldogs.

Mario Meucci doubled and Ben Caprara singles were the only hits for Winthrop (12-3).

Belfast 9, Mt. View 0: Damien Benner pitched a complete game shutout, allowing two hits, while striking out seven and walking two as the Lions beat the Mustangs in a Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference Class B game in Belfast.

Greg Clark had two hits and scored twice for Belfast (7-9).


Nathan Wren and Kyle Turner had the only two hits for Mt. View (4-12).

Gardiner 9, MCI 0: P.J. Richmond pitched a complete game shutout in his first varsity start and Dennis Meehan hit two home runs as the Tigers beat the Huskies in a KVAC B game in Gardiner.

Richmond allowed one hit, walked one and struck out eight for Gardiner (8-8). Meehan had a solo home run in the second inning and a two-run shot in the sixth. Hunter Belanger added a single and a double, while Zach Farrin, Nate Somes and Richmond each had a double.

MCI falls to 2-14.


Madison 7, Winthrop 2: Emily McKenney pitched a complete game, allowing two runs on five hits, while striking out five and walking two as the Bulldogs beat the Ramblers in an MVC game in Madison.


Kirsten Wood had a double, a single and two RBIs, while Savanna Kandiko had two singles and an RBI for Madison (16-0). Danielle Pease had a triple and a single for Winthrop (9-5).

Gardiner 4, MCI 2: Brittany Rollins hit a three-run homer to lead the Tigers to a KVAC B win over the Huskies in Gardiner.

The Tigers (15-1) will meet Oceanside for the KVAC B championship today at 4 p.m. at Winslow High School.

Rollins’ homer in the fourth gave Gardiner a 4-0 lead.

Paige Topel had a double and Katelyn Sousa two singles for MCI (9-7).

Eastern A boys tennis


No. 3 Erskine 4, No. 6 Lewiston 1: Zhong McClure and Nathaniel Trask won at singles, and the Eagles swept the doubles matches on their way to a quarterfinal win in South China.

Erskine improves to 10-3 and advances to play in Bangor in the semifinals Saturday. Lewiston ends at 5-8.

McClure rallied to beat Bryan Hall, 4-6, 6-3, 6-2, while Trask won in straight sets, 6-0, 6-4. Alex Beaudoin earned Lewiston’s only win at No. 2 singles.

Erskine’s double teams of Brandon Smith and Kyle Zembroski, and Cameron Grass and Dominic Pizzo also earned wins.

No. 4 Hampden 4, No. 5 Mt. Blue 1: The doubles team of Jamie Schanck and Gage Kennedy earned the Cougars only victory in a quarterfinal loss the the Broncos in Hampden.

Hampden improves to 10-2 and advances to play in the semifinals Saturday. No. 5 Mt. Blue ends the season 8-4.


No. 1 Brunswick 4, No. 8 Skowhegan 1: The No. 1 doubles team of Patrick Poirier and Jon Lee earned the Indians’ lone win in a quarterfinal match in Brunswick.

No. 1 Brunswick advances to play No. 4 Hampden in the semifinals Saturday.

Poirier and Lee beat Henry Ditzel and Angelo Gerardi 5-7, 6-4, 6-1.

Eastern A girls tennis

No. 2 Brunswick 5, No. 7 Messalonskee 0: Massie Silverman, Ali Stankiewicz and Leah Soloway won all but one game in singles action as the Dragons beat the Eagles in a quarterfinal match in Brunswick.

No. 2 Brunswick improves to 14-0 and advance to play in the semifinals Saturday.


No. 4 Mt. Blue  3, No. 5 Mt. Ararat 2: Makenzie Thompson and Savannah Swain won doubles matches as the Cougars beat the Eagles in a quarterfinal match. 

The Eagles advance to play No. 1 Hampden in the semifinals on Saturday.

Western C boys tennis

No. 2 Hall-Dale 5, No. 7 Madison 0: Spencer Shagoury, Derek Vigue and Joshua Peterson each picked up singles wins to lead Hall-Dale over Madison.

Shagoury defeated Dylan Price, while Vigue beat Hunter Clark and Peterson defeated Steven Lawrence.

Hall-Dale (12-1) also had a clean sweep in doubles action, as the team of Nicholas Bates and Bryson Camp defeated Lars Moody and Joshua Girgis. Ryan Branscom and Andrew Peterson beat Andry Fernandez and Alex Morrow.

Madison falls to 9-4.

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