FARMINGTON — The Mt Blue softball team scored four runs in the bottom of the seventh, but it was not enough as Lawrence held on for a 10-9 victory in a Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference Class A victory Friday.

Lauren Watson paced Lawrence (6-10) with three hits — including a double — while Sarah Chace had a single and a double.

Rachelle Bator finished with two doubles, a home run and a single for Mt. Blue (5-11), while Kayleigh Fontaine and Taylor Burke each had two hits in the loss.

CARRABEC 10, MOUNT ABRAM 1: Sam LeBeau tossed a complete-game, five-hitter with nine strikeouts to pace the Cobras past the Roadrunners in North Anson.

Mickayla Willette had three hits and an RBI for Carrabec (9-6), Bailey Dunphy notched three hits — including a triple — and Lexie Cowan finished with two hits and two RBIs.

Meg Marble had a pair of singles for Mount Abram (6-9).

OCEANSIDE 10, ERSKINE 1: Kalyn Grover had a double and the Mariners took advantage of eight Erskine errors to win the KVAC B game in South China.

Oceanside improves to 12-3 while Eskine falls to 8-7.

RICHMOND 26, VALLEY 8, 5 innings: Meranda Martin went 6-for-6 with three triples, one double, two singles and six RBIs as the Bobcats rolled over the Cavaliers in Bingham.

Kelsea Anair added two singles, two doubles and five RBIs for Richmond (14-0), while Leann Bryant and Kalah Patterson had three hits apiece.

Charlie Savoy had a single and a triple for Valley (1-11).

BASEBALL

RICHMOND 10, VALLEY 6: Zach Small had a double, two singles and four RBIs to lead the Bobcats to the East-West Conference win in Bingham.

Small, a freshman, also earned the pitching win. Tyler Soucy chipped in with three singles for Richmond (13-2) while Cam Emmons and Curtis Anderson had two singles each.

Nathan Ames led Valley (6-5) with three singles and three RBIs. Cody Laweryson added two singles and an RBI and Luke Malloy had two singles.

SKOWHEGAN 7, MT. ARARAT 2: Isaiah Vigue and Kameron Doucette combined to limit the Eagles to just three hits as the Indians picked up a KVAC A win in Topsfield.

Brendan Curran and Kyle Dougas paced Skowhegan (5-10) on offense with two hits apiece.

Mason Griffen had a double for Mt. Ararat (1-15).

LAWRENCE 8, MT. BLUE 1: Curtis Martin struck out three to pick up his first win of the season and also had a pair of hits at the plate as the Bulldogs scored a KVAC A win over the Cougars in Farmington.

Cody Martin had three hits, including a pair of doubles, to pace Lawrence (5-11), while J.T. Nutting chipped in with a pair of singles.

Colton Lawrence had a double and a single for Mt. Blue (7-9) and Ryan Pratt added a pair of singles.

MARANACOOK 9, MCI 8, 8 innings: Maranacook rallied from an 8-3 deficit to tie it in the bottom of the seventh, then won it in the bottom of the eighth when Connor Ireland drove home Jason Brooks with a double for the comeback win in Readfield.

Greg Vigue’s bases-clearing triple in the Huskies gave the Huskies (3-12) the five-run lead. But the Black Bears (9-6) scored two in the bottom of the sixth, then tied it on Mark Buzzell’s two-out, two-run single in the bottom of the seventh. Buzzell had three hits for Maranacook.

OCEANSIDE 3, ERSKINE 1: Oceanside scored three unearned runs in the fourth inning and Nick Mazurek made them stand up in a win over Erskine in South China.

Mazurek scattered four hits over seven innings, striking out five and walking none for Oceanside (13-2). Cody Beaudoin doubled and drove in the only run for the Eagles (9-6). Caleb Cummings tripled and scored the run.

BOYS LACROSSE

MESSALONSKEE 14, MT. ARARAT 6:Dylan Burton scored a pair of goals and assisted on four others to power Messalonskee past Mt. Ararat in Topsham.

Austin Pelletier added four goals for Messalonskee (7-4), while Will Weeks, Dylan Jones and Connor Smith chipped in with two apiece.

Charlie Gill made 13 saves for Mt. Ararat (4-7) in the loss.

WINSLOW 11, MT. BLUE 3: Jimmy Fowler dished out seven assists as the Black Raiders picked up a KVAC B win over the Cougars.

David Selwood scored four goals for Winslow (8-3), while Jacob Houghton and Hunter McCaslin poured in three apiece.

Mt. Blue fell to 1-10 with the loss.