FAIRFIELD — Derek Bowen’s home run with one out in the bottom of the eighth inning lifted the Lawrence baseball team to a 2-1 walkoff victory over Hampden Academy in a Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference Class A game Monday afternoon.

Bowen, who also hit a pair of doubles, hit his home run to right-center field.

JT Nutting threw a complete game for the Bulldogs (3-0), striking out three and walking three, all intentionally. Nutting worked out of bases loaded jams in the fifth and eighth innings.

Lawrence tied the game at 1-1 in the sixth when Devon Webb singled to score Colby Lawrence.

Alex McKinney doubled for Hampden (1-2).

WINSLOW 10, MOUNT VIEW 0: The Black Raiders turned a triple play in the fourth inning on the way to the KVAC B win in Winslow.

With runners on first and second base, Winslow second baseman Spencer Miranda made a shoestring catch on a low line drive. Miranda flipped the ball to shortstop Jake Trask covering second base for the second out, and Trask then threw to Luke Fredette at first to complete the triple play.

Miranda drove in three runs for the Black Raiders. Nate Gagmon drove in a pair of runs for Winslow (3-0). Tanner Jackson earned the win. Chris Furrow doubled for Mount View (0-3).

NOKOMIS 4, MARANACOOK 0: Cody Rice picked up the win on the mound and also had two hits and two RBIs in a KVAC B win in Readfield.

Rice went six innings and allowed just three hits and a walk while striking out two. Brad Allen added a pair of singles for Nokomis (2-1).

Maranacook fell to 2-1.

CARRABEC 11, MT. ABRAM 1, 5 innings: Dustin Crawford hit a home run and the Cobras (1-1) pulled away early to grab the MVC victory.

Evan Holzworth allowed just three hits in five innings to earn the victory. Mt. Abram dropped to 0-1.

LEAVITT 7, WATERVILLE 3: Chandler Lajoie went five innings to pick up the win for the Hornets in Turner.

Tim Albert added three hits for Leavitt (1-2) while Nick Angello had two, including a double.

Justin Wentworth had an RBI double and a run scored for Waterville (0-3), which had the bases loaded in the seventh but could not get a run across.

ERSKINE 13, MEDOMAK VALLEY 2: Erskine clubbed five extra base hits and Luke Peabody cracked three singles to lead Erskine’s 13-hit attack in a KVAC B win over Medomak in Waldoboro.

Nate Howard, Caleb Barden and Cody Beaudoin doubled for the Eagles (1-1) while Dylan Presby and Noah Bonsant each hit a triple. Howard picked up the win for Erskine.

VINALHAVEN 8-11, FOREST HILLS 1-1: Ethan Anthony doubled in the opener and homered in the second game to lead the Vikings to the doubleheader sweep at Thomas College. Anthony drove in four runs and was the winning pitcher in Game 2 for the Vikings (2-0) as well.

Joe Hopkins had four hits for Vinalhaven on the day.

Forrest Griffin was 2-for-3 in Game 1 and 2-for-2 in the second to lead the Tigers (0-2).

SOFTBALL

LAWRENCE 14, HAMPDEN 6: Haley Holt had a double, two singles and three RBIs to lead the Bulldogs to the KVAC A victory. Hunter Mercier was a home run shy of the cycle, finishing with a single, double and triple to go along with two RBIs. Lauren Watson had a home run for Lawrence (2-1). Lilly Herrin pitched a complete game to earn the victory and also had a pair of hits.

Hampden dropped to 1-2.

MADISON 6, OAK HILL 1: Aly LeBlanc had two singles and drove in a pair of runs as the Bulldogs cruised to the Mountain Valley Conference victory in Sabattus. Kayla Bess had a triple for the Bulldogs (2-0) as well. Emma Hlister had a double and two singles to lead the Raiders (1-1).

CARRABEC 17, MT. ABRAM 3, 5 innings: Liberty Chestnut had two singles, a double and 5 RBIs as the Cobras rolled to an MVC win in North Anson.

Lexi Cowan added two hits and two RBIs for Carrabec (1-1), Bailey Dunphy had two singles and two stolen bases and Paige Chabourne had a single and three RBIs.

Summer Ross had a single, double and an RBI for Mt. Abram (0-1).

MEDOMAK 6, ERSKINE 3: Josie Jameson had a double and two RBIs to lead the Panthers (1-1) to the Class B North victory in Waldoboro. Gabrielle DePatsy pitched a complete game to earn the victory, allowing five hits.

Amber Grady had two singles to pace the Eagles (0-2).

VINALHAVEN 17-18, FOREST HILLS 3-6: Gilleyanne Oakes had four hits, including a home run, and drove in four runs to help the Vikings complete the East/West Conference sweep at Thomas College in Waterville.

Maddy Hallowell homered and drove in three runs for Vinalhaven (2-0) in Game 2 of the doubleheader. In Game 1, the Vikings scored eight runs in the first inning and seven more in the second to take control.

Caitlin Logston had five hits on the day for Forest Hills (0-2).

OCEANSIDE 13, MCI 1: The Mariners scored seven runs in the first inning on the way to the KVAC B victory in Pittsfield.

Rachel Joyce drove in three runs for Oceanside (3-0). MCI (0-3) had four hits.

WINSLOW 12, MOUNT VIEW 1: Jenna Petrovic had a single, two doubles and one home run to go along with three RBIs and four runs scored as the Black Raiders cruised to a KVAC B win.

Kiana Richards added two singles, one double and two RBIs for Winslow (3-0) while Hillary Libby picked up her third win of the season, allowing one earned run on three hits and two walks while striking out five in six innings pitched.

Sierra Fonger had a double and a run scored for Mount View (1-2).

LEAVITT 6, WATERVILLE 0: Angela Daigle blasted a pair of home runs to lead the Hornets to a win over the Purple Panthers in Turner.

Elyssa Giguere led Waterville (0-3) with three singles while Maddison Clowes chipped in with a double and a single.

Abby Robertson earned the shutout in the circle for Leavitt (2-1) despite giving up seven hits.


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