JACKMAN — Sydney Tilton rapped three doubles and picked up the win in the circle in Game 2 as Richmond swept an East-West Conference softball doubleheader with Forest Hills, 19-0 and 25-1. The Bobcats have now won 64 games in a row.

Autumn Acord, Kalah Patterson, and Kelsea Anair also doubled for the Bobcats (12-0), while Anair, Meranda Martin and Emily Douin all tripled. Martin earned the win in the opener, allowing just two Forest Hills (5-8) hits, both by Alexandra Lessard.


MESSALONSKEE 18, OCEANSIDE 6: Nine different players scored for Messalonskee to propel the Eagles past Oceanside on Friday.

Ally Turner led all scorers with six goals for the Eagles (8-1). Lauren Pickett added four goals and Lydia Dexter and India Languet two apiece. Abby Lacasse led Oceanside (3-5) with three goals.


FALMOUTH 13, MESSALONSKEE 3: Unbeaten Falmouth scored the game’s final eight goals to pull away with the victory over Messalonskee at Thomas College.

Jack Scribner notched seven goals and George Gilbert added three goals and two assists for the Yachtsmen (8-0). Will Weeks, Dylan Jones and Austin Pelletier scored for Messalonskee (7-3).

CAMDEN 10, WINSLOW 6: Thomas Gribel and Cyruss Demmons scored four goals apiece to lead unbeaten Camden Hills to a KVAC lacrosse victory at Winslow.

Jonah Cameron added two goals for the Windjammers (10-0). David Selwood scored three goals for the Black Raiders (4-4), while Nick Gurney made eight saves in net.


RICHMOND 17-21, FOREST HILLS 4-2: Richmond pounded out 31 hits and pushed 38 runs across the plate to sweep an East-West doubleheader in Jackman.

Zach Small went 5 for 7 on the day to lead the Bobcats (8-4) offensively. Matt Rines and Brandon Emmons added four hits apiece, while Emmons and Curtis Anderson picked up the victories on the mound. Caleb Lacasse led the Tigers (2-11) with three hits, including a double.

VALLEY 5-8, VINALHAVEN 4-1: Valley rallied from a 4-1 deficit after five innings to get a walk-off win in Game 1, then pulled away early in Game 2 of an East-West doubleheader sweep of Vinalhaven.

Luke Malloy scored on an error with two out in the bottom of the seventh to give the Cavaliers (8-1) a 5-4 win in the first game. They won the nightcap, 8-1, on the strength of a three-hit, 10-strikeout performance by Josh Brown. Brandon Thomas finished the day with four hits, an RBI and three runs scored for Valley, while Collin Miller had two hits, two RBI and two runs scored. Nathan Ames went the distance to pick up the win in the first game. Ethan Anthony led Vinalhaven (6-6) with three hits and three RBI.

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