FARMINGDALE — The Hall-Dale baseball team used two strong pitching performances and a few timely hits to edge Mountain Valley 2-1 in a Mountain Valley Conference game that went 10 innings Friday afternoon.

Josh Cowing walked to lead off the 10th inning and was replaced by pinch-runner Tim Cookson. After a groundout, Jordan Gardner sacrificed Cookson to third. With two outs, the Bulldogs scored the winning run when Garrett Gardarini threw a wild pitch on ball four to Tyler Dubois that plated Cookson with the winning run.

“Pretty uneventful but we’ll take it,” Hall-Dale coach Bob Sinclair said.

Dean Jackman struck out five over six innings and winning pitcher Quinn Stebbins pitched four hitless innings in relief. Ryan Sinclair also doubled for the Bulldogs (7-3) for the lone extra base hit of the game.

Jacob Beauchesne pitched eight strong innings for the Falcons (2-6).

ERSKINE 12, WATERVILLE 2, 5 innings: Caleb Barden belted a three-run homer and Cody Taylor rapped two doubles as Erskine slugged its way to a Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference Class B win in South China.


Noah Bonsant had three singles for the Eagles (7-3). Andrew Roderigue led the Purple Panthers (5-4) with two singles.

GARDINER 11, MEDOMAK VALLEY 8: Gardiner scored eight runs in the seveneth inning to rally from an 8-3 deficit and shock Medomak Valley in a KVAC B slugfest in Waldoboro.

Devon Maschino had three hits and scored a run while Hunter Chasse drove in two runs for the Tigers (7-3). Eli Fish and Nic Berube combined to shut out the Panthers over the final three innings. Ollie Brown had three hits and drove in a run for Medomak (4-5).

CARRABEC 7, OAK Hill 5, 5 innings: Carrabec scored three runs in the fourth inning to rally to the MVC victory in a game shortened by rain in North Anson.

Dylan Willette and Hunter Fernald tripled for the Cobras (5-5). Jonah Martin doubled for the Raiders (1-9).

HAMPDEN 4, CONY 0: Andrew Gendreau pitched a two-hitter to pace the Broncos to the KVAC A win in Augusta.


Bill Campbell tripled for Hampden (6-4) while Casey Sudbeck doubled.

Justin Rodrigue took the loss for Cony (4-6).

OXFORD HILLS 1, MESSALONSKEE 0: Blake Slicer pitched a perfect game, retiring all 21 batters he faced as the Vikings prevailed in a KVAC A game in South Paris.

The Vikings (7-3) had six hits and scored the winning run in the bottom of the seventh inning.

Messalonskee dropped to 5-4.

MONMOUTH 10, BOOTHBAY 0: Chandler Harris had a double, two singles and an RBI to spark the host Mustangs to the MVC win.


Harris also earned the win on the mound for Monmouth (10-0).

Carter Babcock had two singles for Boothbay (1-8).

RICHMOND 15-20, VINALHAVEN 1-6: Brendan Emmons earned the win in relief, and also homered, to help the Bobcats take the East/West Conference sweep in Richmond.

Tristan Shea had two doubles for Richmond (4-4), while Matt Rines had a double and a triple for the Bobcats. Cody Hamilton drove in two runs for Vinalhaven (4-4).

In Game 1, Tyler Soucy struck out 12 for the win. Vinalhaven pitchers walked 11, and the Vikings made seven errors. Curtis Anderson drove in two runs for the Bobcats.



LISBON 10, WINTHROP 5: Bri Staples went 4 for 4 and Mallory Fairbanks doubled to pace the Greyhounds to the MVC victory in Winthrop.

Lisbon (7-2) broke the game open with a six-run fifth inning.

Shie Smith went 2 for 2 with an RBI to lead the Ramblers (2-6).

MEDOMAK 11, GARDINER 0: Gabby DePatsy belted two home runs to spark the Panthers to the KVAC B win in Waldoboro.

Josie Jamison added a double and a single for Medomak (6-3).

Julia Nadeau and Mallory Bailey each singled for Gardiner (5-5).


OAK HILL 5, CARRABEC 0: Makayla Nadeau pitched a two-hitter to spark the Raiders to the MVC win in North Anson.

Jamie Prue added two singles for Oak Hill (9-1) while Emma Hlister, Abby Nadeau and Charlotte Waterman each doubled.

Carrabec falls to 6-4.

HALL-DALE 9, MOUNTAIN VALLEY 5: Emma Begin clubbed two doubles and drove in four runs to lead Hall-Dale to an MVC victory in Farmingdale.

Haley Houdlette added three hits for the Bulldogs (6-4). Becca Ackerson scattered four hits to pick up the victory in the circle. Emily Laubauskas had a triple for the Falcons (4-4).

MONMOUTH 14, BOOTHBAY 2, 5 innings: Emily Chasse tripled, drove in three runs and picked up the win in the circle as Monmouth routed Boothbay in Monmouth.


Tia Day and Jessica Clavet doubled and Mikayla Cameron and Lauren Moran tripled for the Mustangs (4-6). Tori Morin tripled for the Seahawks (0-9).

ERSKINE 13, WATERVILLE 1: Kayla Hodgkins tossed a two-hitter and helped her own cause with three singles to lead the Eagles to the KVAC B win in South China.

Amber Grady also had three singles for Erskine (7-3).

Waterville dropped to 5-4.

RICHMOND 14-12, VINALHAVEN 0-2: Meranda Martin had three singles and an RBI in Game 2 after pitching a complete game in the opener as the Bobcats rolled to the East/West Conference doubleheader sweep. Sydney Tilton had a single and three RBIs in the second game while Kalah Patterson had a double and two singles with two RBIs on the day for Richmond (7-0).

MESSALONSKEE 1, OXFORD HILLS 1: Kirsten Pelletier struck out 17 and allowed just four hits and no walks as the Eagles and Vikings played to a draw in Oxford Hills. Sierra McLellan had two hits for the Eagles (9-0-1). Cody Akres pitched all 10 innings for Oxford Hills (5-4-1).


CONY 4, HAMPDEN 3: Autumn Sudsbury drove in Haley Ward with game-winning run in the seventh inning to give the Rams the KVAC A win in Augusta. Ward had two singles for Cony (8-2). Makayla Leland had two singles for Hampden (6-4).


LAWRENCE 7, ERSKINE 6: Gunner McAllister scored three goals and three assists to lead the Bulldogs to the win in Fairfield.

Connor Martin and Logan Fortin each had two goals for Lawrence (4-3). Erskine is now 1-7.

MESSALONSKEE 13, WESTBROOK 9: Connor Smith led four Eagles with hat tricks and had three assists to lead Messalonskee to the win in Westbrook.

Will Weeks, Dylan Jones and Austin Pelletier also notched three goals apiece for Messalonskee (5-2). Dawson Charles made seven saves in goal. Tyan Shackley, Noah Oliver and Curtis Knapton scored two goals each for the Blue Blazes (4-3).

Only subscribers are eligible to post comments. Please subscribe or login first for digital access. Here’s why.

Use the form below to reset your password. When you've submitted your account email, we will send an email with a reset code.