BINGHAM — Cody Laweryson pitched a perfect game, striking out 18, and the Valley baseball team blanked Rangeley 3-0 in an East/West Conference game. Laweryson needed to throw just 65 pitches, including 59 for strikes.

“I have never thrown a perfect game before,” he said. “I’ve been throwing pretty well. I’ve been throwing it where I’ve wanted to. My arm felt great today. It’s the best it’s felt in a long time. I was hitting my spots today. Everything was working.”

“He was on (Tuesday),” added Valley coach and Cody’s father Scott Laweryson. “It’s what he does — he throws strikes.”

Cody Laweryson, who is headed to the University of Maine to play baseball next season, has enjoyed a dominant season for Valley.

He’s pitched 20 innings, throwing 186 strikes and 33 balls. He has 55 strikeouts and had given up just one hit — a single against Rangeley last week. Laweryson has yet to walk a batter.

“It’s been fun watching,” Scott Laweryson. “My biggest thing is holding him back. He wants to keep throwing and I have to try and keep him at bay.


Nathan Ames went 2 for 3 for the Cavaliers (9-1).

Rangeley dropped to 5-5.


GARDINER 9, EDWARD LITTLE 8: Maddy Beaulieu scored two goals, including the game-winner in overtime, as the Tigers edged Edward Little.

Hailee Lovely scored three goals and Kaylin Mansir had nine saves for the Tigers (6-3).

Madelin Walker, Evelyn Hinkley, Abi Engle and Bryce Smith also scored for Gardiner. Francesca-Beth Haines had four goals to lead EL.


MESSALONSKEE 15, BRUNSWICK 6: Ally Turner scored six goals and Lauren Pickett added four to lead the Eagles to the Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference Class A victory in Brunswick. Lydia Dexter scored goals and India Languet had a goal and three assists for Messalonskee (9-1) as well.

Dina Murphy had two goals for Brunswick (2-8).

CAMDEN 16, LAWRENCE 5: Jessie Goodale and Audrey Heriz-Smith each scored four goals to lead the Windjammers in Fairfield. McKenna Rogers had two goals for Lawrence (0-11).


ERSKINE 8, MT. BLUE 6: Gracen Petty scored three goals and Jake Peavey had 18 saves as the Eagles (2-8) edged the Cougars in South China.

Reed Wells had two goals for Mt. Blue (4-7).



RICHMOND 12, TEMPLE 1: Sydney Tilton pitched the complete game, striking out 12, to earn the victory. Kelsea Anair hit a home run, single and a double to pace the Bobcats (13-0). Tilton also homered and tripled for Richmond as well.

Vanessa Curry homered for Temple in the first inning. Jaimee Feugill also doubled for Temple.

Deleyni Carr struck out five for Temple (5-5).


RICHMOND 9, TEMPLE 3: Zach Small had two singles, a double and drove in four runs as the Bobcats cruised to the East/West Conference victory in Richmond. Brendan Emmons had two hits, including a double, to pace Richmond (9-4).

Temple dropped to 1-13.

HALL-DALE 3, BOOTHBAY 0: Ryan Sinclair doubled and the Bulldogs broke a scoreless game with a three-run sixth inning to earn the Mountain Valley Conference victory in Farmingdale. Cole Lockhart pitched four shutout innings in relief of Quinn Stebbins to earn the victory.

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