HAMPDEN — The Skowhegan softball team plated eight runs in the top of the first inning and held on from there for an 11-6 Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference Class A win at Hampden Academy Wednesday.

Wylie Bedard paced Skowhegan (11-5) with two doubles and two singles, while Eliza Bedard, Renee Wright and Bonnie-Jane Aiken each finished with a pair of singles.

Courtney Dunton had a single and a triple for Hampden (3-13).

BREWER 4, MESSALONSKEE 1: The Eagles pounded out 10 hits but still suffered a loss to the Witches in KVAC A game played in Brewer.

Delaney Davis struck out six, was the winning pitcher for Brewer (9-7) and also had a pair of doubles and a single at the plate.

Cassidy Baker had three singles for Messalonskee (13-3), MollyAn Killingbeck notched a pair of singles and Kirsten Pelletier struck out eight in the circle.


VALLEY 10, FOREST HILLS 6: Mikayla Martin and Samantha West combined for six hits and five RBIs as the Cavaliers scored a, East-West Conference win over the Tigers in a game played in Rangeley.

Dalayne Davis picked up the victory in the circle for Valley (2-12). She struck out eight and walked four.

Madisen Logsten had a pair of singles for Forest Hills (5-9).


VALLEY 18, FOREST HILLS 1, 5 innings: Cody Laweryson went 3-for-4 with two doubles and five RBIs as the Cavaliers rolled the Tigers in a game played in Rangeley.

Collin Miller and Luke Malloy — who picked up the win on the mound for Valley (7-6) — each had a pair of doubles in the win. Justin Miller was 4-for-5 with a triple and two RBIs.


Forest Hills fell to 6-8 with the loss.

HALL-DALE 2, CARRABEC 0: Brian Allen threw his first career no-hitter to lift the Bulldogs to the Mountain Valley Conference win.

Allen struck out eight and walked three for the no-hitter, and also had two hits to help his cause. Sam Moulton had two hits, including a double, for Hall-Dale (10-5), while Quinn Stebbins hit three singles for the Bulldogs.

Carrabec ends the regular season at 7-9.

WINTHROP 4, MADISON 1: Ben Caprara had two singles with an RBI to lead the Ramblers to the MVC win at home.

Bennett Brooks also had two singles for Winthrop (14-2). Matt Sekerak earned the win on the mound, allowing one run on four hits while striking out three and walking none.


Tristan Emery had two singles for Madison (8-8).



FOXCROFT 4, ERSKINE 1: Kyle Zembroski was the only Eagle to win a match when he defeated Ko Zhong 6-0, 6-2 at No. 2 singles of a preliminary-round loss in Dover-Foxcroft.

Erskine’s Vince Wang won the first set at third singles before falling to Guillermo Sanchez 2-6, 6-1, 6-3. At first singles, Foxcroft’s Fernando Caceres defeated Cam Grass 6-0, 6-1.

Erskine’s No. 1 doubles team of Jon Ballantyne and Brady Grotton lost to Bram Dennis and Woo Jun-Kim 6-2, 6-2. At second singles, Erskine’s Sam Wilkinson and Kenny Nikornpan dropped a 6-3, 6-3 decision to Kazu Kawashima and Matthew Baimante. Foxcroft improves to 10-3 while Erskine finishes at 7-6.


JOHN BAPST 5, WATERVILLE 0: John Bapst won three three-set matches to sweep Waterville in a quarterfinal round match.

Paul Branch defeated Ilyas Khan, 1-6, 6-1, 7-6 in first singles and Mike Duning edged Fernado Ramiro, 5-7, 7-6, 6-4 in second singles. The third three-set match, between Bapst’s Brayden Norris/Darren Hanscom and John Violette/Adam Barre of Waterville, was called in the third set due to an injury withdrawal by the Purple Panthers with them leading the set, 2-1.


MT. BLUE 3, BREWER 2: Mt. Blue won one single and two doubles matches to edge Brewer in a quarterfinal match.

Eryn Doiron defeated Claire Valley, 6-1, 6-3 in first singles. The doubles teams of Addie Schanz/Hannah LeClair and Lilly Kendall/Sierra Hoes won their doubles matches to help the Cougars advance to the semifinals.

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