NEWPORT — Hillary Libby fired a no-hitter, walking one and striking out 10, as the Winslow High School softball team took a Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference Class B win over Nokomis, 14-0, in five inning Friday.

Libby added two doubles and an RBI for Winslow (2-0). Paige Veilleux scored two runs for the Black Raiders, while Kiana Richards drove in two and scored a run.

Nokomis is now 1-1.

MESSALONSKEE 12, CAMDEN HILLS 0, 5 innings: Kirsten Pelletier pitched a two-hitter and Sarah Labbe had three doubles, an RBI and two runs scored to spark the Eagles to the KVAC A win in Oakland.

Madisyn Charest and Kelsey Dillon each had two singles for Messalonskee (2-0).

Camden Hills falls to 0-2.

MARANACOOK 19, WATERVILLE 1, 5 innings: Erin Bonenfant had a home run and two singles to spark the Black Bears to the KVAC B win in Waterville.

Paige Costa, Taylor Rioux and Katherine Snow each had three singles for Maranacook (1-1) while Justine Merrill added a triple and a single.

Rebecca Oakes doubled for Waterville (0-2) while Shelby Place, Brooklyn LeClair and Molly Wasilewski each had a single.

MORSE 8, ERSKINE 6: The Shibuilders took advantage of seven Erskine errors to score six unearned runs and pick up a KVAC B win in South China.

Hope Faulkingham went 3 for 4 with a home run, two RBIs and a run scored for Morse, while Marissa Parks picked up the win in the circle in a complete-game effort.

Mallory Chamberlain, Amber Grady and Lydia Boucher each had hits for Erskine (0-1).

SKOWHEGAN 26, BRUNSWICK 0, 5 innings: The Indians scored 14 runs in the first inning and cruised to the KVAC A win.

Sydney Reed hit two singles and a triple and drove in three runs for Skowhegan (1-1). Sydney Ames hit three doubles for Skowhegan.

Marge Dickinson had the only Brunswick (0-2) hit, a double.


MORSE 5, ERSKINE 0: Keegan McDonough had a double and a single to spark the Shipbuilders to the KVAC B win.

Jacob Cressey earned the win on the mound for Morse (1-0).

Cody Taylor led Erskine (0-1) with a double and a single. Errors hurt the Eagles, who made seven in the game.

SKOWHEGAN 8, BRUNSWICK 3: Brendan Curran allowed two hits over six innings while striking out five, helping Skowhegan take the KVAC A win.

Curran and Kam Doucette each had two hits, including a double, for the Indians (2-0). Adam Turcotte and Isaac Witham also had two hits for Skowhegan.

Brunswick (0-2) scored all three runs in the seventh inning.

LAWRENCE 5, MT. BLUE 0: Derek Bowen struck out six, walked two and allowed five hits to earn the win for the Bulldogs in Farmington.

Connor Adams, Colby Lawrence and Devon Webb each doubled for Lawrence (2-0), and Webb drove in a pair of runs.

Travis Wing had two hits for Mt. Blue (0-2).

MESSALONSKEE 3, CAMDEN HILLS 1: James Lathrop drove in a pair of runs to help the Eagles earn the KVAC A win in Oakland.

Sam Bell also drove in a run for Messalonskee (2-0), with a sacrifice fly. Tyler Noonan got the win, allowing four hits and no earned runs in five innings.

Dalton Oakes took the loss for the Windjammers (1-1).

WINSLOW 5, NOKOMIS 3: Ben Smith had three hits and drove in a pair of runs for the Black Raiders in a KVAC B win in Newport.

Spencer Miranda had a double and single and drove in three runs for Winslow (2-0). Nate Gagnon struck out nine and walked one for the win.

Zach Hartsgrove tripled and singled for Nokomis (1-1).

MADISON 4, CARRABEC 0: Chase Malloy tossed a complete-game shutout, allowing just two hits and one walk while striking out eight to give the Bulldogs a Mountain Valley Conference win in Madison.

Malloy also had two hits and an RBI for Madison (1-0) while Evan Bess and Sean Whalen each had a single.

Evan Holzworth and Jacob Atwood accounted for the two Carrabec (0-1) hits.


TUFTS 7, COLBY 6, 10 innings: Harry Brown’s single to right-center scored Nick Falkson in the bottom of the 10th to lift the Jumbos to a win in Medford, Massachusetts at Huskins Field.

Brown finished 2 for 4 with two runs scored and two RBIs for Tufts (19-4, 6-0 New England Small College Athletic Conference) while Tommy O’Hara, Harrison Frickman and Dan Kelly each chipped in with two hits as well.

Matt Garcia was 2 for 4 with two runs scored for Colby (10-16, 3-4 NESCAC), while Tyler Starks had a pair of hits and an RBI. Tommy Forese, who was 2 for 6 at the plate, took the loss in relief.


COLBY 3, TRINITY 1: Julia Saul fired a complete-game, allowing just four hits and one run while walking two and striking out three in a win over the Bantams in Hartford, Connecticut.

Colby (12-13, 3-4 NESCAC) took the lead for good in the top of the fifth inning on a two-run triple from Emily Schatz.

Trinity (15-10, 3-4 NESCAC) got its lone run on a homer from Nicole Towner in the bottom of the fourth.

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