FARMINGTON — Rachelle Bator hit a two-run home run and Caitlin Kane pitched a complete game, allowing just three hits, to help the Mt. Blue softball team sink Mt. Ararat 7-1 in a Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference Class A game Friday afternoon at Prescott Field.

Kane struck out seven and didn’t walk anyone.

Brandi Harris and Bator also added RBI singles for Mt. Blue (2-3).

The Eagles dropped to 2-3.

SKOWHEGAN 7, OXFORD HILLS 6: Montana Soucier hit a three-run triple with two out in the top of the seventh and the Indians rallied in South Paris.

Soucier, Renee Wright and Tara Bernard each had three hits for Skowhegan (4-0). Wylie Bedard was 2-for-3 and drove in two runs. Winning pitcher Ashley Alward struck out 11.

Erika Whitman, Anna Winslow and Anna Piirainen each had two hits for Oxford Hills (4-1).

MADISON 7, MTN. VALLEY 0: Madeline Wood threw a two-hit shutout with eight strikeouts and scored three runs as the Bulldogs took the Mountain Valley Conference game in Madison.

Wood did not allow a hit until Jordyn Turner doubled with one out in the top of the sixth inning. Ashley Emery and Whitney Bess each had two hits for Madison (4-0), while Kayla Bess drove in two runs.

MESSALONSKEE 15, LEWISTON 5: The Eagles pounded out 20 hits in a rout of the Blue Devils in Lewiston.

Sarah Labbe and Dakota Bragg each hit home runs and finished with three hits for Messalonskee (3-1). Madison Charest also had three hits, including a triple, while Kirsten Pelletier struck out nine and walked three to pick up the win in the circle.

Meagan Goslin had a double for Lewiston (0-4) in the loss.

TEMPLE 15-6, HIGHVIEW CHRISTIAN 11-14: Kiara Carr and Vanessa Currie combined for seven RBI as the Bereans scored the program’s first win.

Daphne Labbe earned the win in game one for Temple (1-2), striking out nine batters in six innings. Currie had three doubles.

FOREST HILLS 12, VALLEY 8: Linda Riley doubled and scored four runs as the Tigers held off the Cavaliers in Bingham.

Caitlin Logston added two hits and two RBIs for Forest Hills (2-1). Samantha Begin scored three runs, and Haley Cuddy singled twice and also struck out seven in the win.

For Valley, KyLa White singled twice and drove in four runs. Amanda Landry, Alexis Davis, and Elisa Campanelli each had two hits. Charlie Savoy drove in a pair for the Cavaliers (0-2).

TELSTAR 9, CARRABEC 3: Becca Howard tripled, singled and drove in three runs to pace the Rebels to the MVC win in North Anson.

Sadie Ellsworth had three hits, including a double, and drove in a pair of runs for Telstar (3-0) as well.

Baylee Atwood and Bailey Dunphy each had two hits for the Cobras (1-3).

MARANACOOK 10, MCI 1: Tabitha Tlumac and Lindsy Hilton each had two singles as the Black Bears cruised to the KVAC victory in Pittsfield.

Paige Costa pitched a complete game to earn the victory for Maranacook (3-2).

LISBON 22, MOUNT ABRAM 3: Taylor Plourde and Brittany Norman each had multiple hits to lead the Greyhounds to an MVC win over the Roadrunners.

Monica Austin added a double for Lisbon (2-0), while Kaylin Hill was the winning pitcher.

Bailey Beers had a double for Mount Abram (0-3).

LINCOLN 9, ERSKINE 6: Erskine (2-2) jumped out to a 6-0 lead but could not hold on in a loss to Lincoln (4-0) in South China.

Miranda and Morgan Achorn each had three hits for Lincoln, while winning pitcher Abigail Farrin had a pair of singles.

Kaitlyn Sutter paced Erskine with two singles and a double, while Amber Grady, Avery Bond and Emma Robertson had two hits apiece.

BANGOR 7, LAWRENCE 4: Emily Reilly struck out 12 and clubbed a pair of doubles to lead the Rams to a KVAC A win in Bangor.

Emily Gilmore, Cordelia Stewart and Sarah Bragg also had two hits apiece for Bangor (4-0).

Paige Belanger had a pair of doubles for Lawrence (2-3), while Emily McLean and Sydney Knowlton each had multiple-hit games.

BASEBALL

MESSALONSKEE 10, LEWISTON 1: Messalonskee allowed a run for the first time this season, but still pulled out the lopsided KVAC A win in Lewiston.

Jake Dexter allowed just one hit, in the bottom of the seventh inning. It was just the third hit surrendered by Messalonskee (4-0) pitchers in four games. Dexter struck out seven and walked none.

Jonathan Wilkie had two hits and drove in four runs for the Eagles. Dexter hit two doubles and a single and drove in two, while Ben Frazee hit two doubles and had two RBIs. Lewiston is 0-5.

MT. BLUE 10, MT. ARARAT 0, 5 innings: Brad Durrell had two doubles to lead a balanced attack as the Cougars rolled to the KVAC A win in Farmington.

Ethan Andrews, Anthony Franchetti and Colton Lawrence each had two hits for Mt. Blue (4-1) as well.

Kevin Carter had two singles for the Eagles (0-5).

WATERVILLE 9, LEAVITT 3: Cam Gardiner and AJ Godin each hit a single and a double, and Ben Cox had a pair of hits as Waterville earned the KVAC B win in Turner.

Godin pitched a complete game for the win, striking out five and walking one for Waterville (3-2). Julien Kirovach hit a double and three singles for Leavitt (2-3).

OXFORD HILLS 6, SKOWHEGAN 0: Bailey West threw a no-hitter for the Vikings, striking out six and walking five, to earn the KVAC A win in South Paris.

Oxford Hills scored four runs in the second inning to take control of the game. Aiden Heikkinen and Braden Bean each had two hits for the Vikings.

Skowhegan is now 1-3.

CARRABEC 14, TESTAR 0, 5 innings: Hunter Fernald had three doubles and drove in five runs as the Cobras rolled past the Rebels in North Anson. Evan Holzworth earned the win pitching three scoreless innings for Carrabec (3-1).

BANGOR 4, LAWRENCE 2: Trevor Delaite’s RBI hit gave Bangor the lead in the bottom of the sixth inning, and the Rams held on for the KVAC A win in Bangor.

Connor Adams drove in a run for Lawrence (2-3). Cody Martin struck out nine in the tough loss. Andrew Hillier earned the win for Bangor (4-1).

VALLEY 13, FOREST HILLS 3, 5 innings: The Cavaliers jumped out to an 8-2 lead in the first two innings and never looked back at Thomas College.

Josh Brown and Luke Malloy each had a pair of hits for Valley (2-1), while Cody Laweryson drove in three runs.

Tanner Daigle and Forrest Griffin each had a pair of hits for Forest Hills (2-1).


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