WALDOBORO — Erskine scored four times in the seventh inning to break a tie and beat Medomak Valley 7-4 for the Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference Class B baseball win Tuesday.

The winning runs scored on a Medomak error. Nate Martin and Ryan Rodrigue added insurance runs with an RBI single and a sacrifice fly, respectively. Right fielder Dalton Fortin helped preserve the tie in the prior inning by making a nice running catch and throwing out what would have been the go-ahead run at home plate for an inning-ending double play.

Zack Glidden picked up his first varsity win in relief for the Eagles (1-1). Bryce Collamore had a double for the Panthers (1-2).

BANGOR 2, CONY 0: Kolbe Merfield went the distance on the mound and struck out four in Cony’s KVAC A loss to Bangor.

Trevor Delaite picked up the win for Bangor (3-0), while Cony fell to 2-2 with the loss.


ERSKINE 4, MEDOMAK 3: Avery Bond had two singles to lead the Eagles to the KVAC B win in Waldoboro.

Mallory Chamberlain earned the win in the circle, allowing three singles. Taylor McLaggan had a double for Erskine (2-0).

Medomak falls to 1-2.

GARDINER 12, MARANACOOK 0, 6 innings: Kristal Smith had a home run, three RBIs and also tossed a one-hitter as the Tigers earned the KVAC B win in Gardiner.

Lauren Chadwick added a double, two singles and an RBI for Gardiner (3-0). Bri Brochu chipped in with three singles and Mikayla Shaw added two singles and two RBIs.

Leah Pouliot had the lone hit for the Black Bears (2-1).

BANGOR 2, CONY 1: Arika Brochu smacked her first home run of the season for Cony in a KVAC A loss in Augusta.

Brochu struck out six batters and walked two in the circle for Cony (1-2). Sydney Cheever added a double.

Skyler Cassum struck out 14 batters to earn the win for Bangor (3-0).


OCEANSIDE 11, ERSKINE 1: Morgan Jeane scored the lone goal for the Eagles in a loss in South China.

Mallorie Weaver had 10 saves for Erskine (0-1).

Jillian Brooks and Abby Lacasse each scored three goals for Oceanside (1-0).


COLBY 11, HUSSON 7: The Mules and the Eagles combined for 32 hits and used 12 pitchers at Coombs Field, but it was Colby that came away with the non-conference victory.

Tommy Forese had two home runs, scored three times and drove in four runs for the Mules (19-11, 5-7 New England Small College Athletic Conference), while Jason Buco and Soren Hanson also homered.

Ryan Rebar led Husson (25-15, 19-5 North Atlantic Conference) with four hits, while Waterville graduates Kyle Bishop and J.T. Whitten each had two hits.

ST. JOSEPH’S 9, THOMAS 1: Anree Benitez had a pair of hits but it was not enough as the Terriers fell in nine innings in Standish.

Matt Wojciak struck out 12 Terriers in six innings of work to pick up the win for St. Joseph’s (24-14, 12-2 NAC).

Joe Quinlan scored on Matt Romandetti’s double in the first inning for the lone Thomas (14-20, 14-10 NAC) run.

UMAINE 14, UMAINE-FARMINGTON 3: Brett Chappell went 3-for-5, drove in a pair of runs and scored twice as the Black Bears topped the Beavers (17-18, 10-14 NAC) in Orono.

Shane Bussey also had three hits for Maine (16-22, 5-9 America East) in the win. Mt. Blue graduate Jimmy Neal drove in two of UMF’s three runs with a double in the fourth inning.


BATES 1-13, THOMAS 0-0: The Terriers were blanked in a non-conference doubleheader in Lewiston.

Sonja Morse took the loss for the Terriers in Game 1, giving up just the single run on two hits while striking out nine. One of those two hits, however, was a solo home run to Bates’ Karen Lockhart.

In Game 2, Kelsey Freedman allowed just one hit and struck out four to lead Bates (14-20, 4-8 NESCAC) to the win in five innings. Alyssa Eugley collected the lone hit for Thomas (12-21, 6-4 NAC).

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