AUGUSTA — Connor Perry capped a big day at the plate with a triple to knock in the go-ahead run in the sixth inning as Cony defeated Camden Hills 3-1 in Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference Class A baseball game Wednesday.

Perry went 3-for-3 with a double and single in addition to the game-winning hit. Riley Boivin picked up the win with a complete-game three-hitter, fanning five and walking two. Garrison Look had a double for the Windjammers (4-11).

MARANACOOK 12, SPRUCE MOUNTAIN 2: The Black Bears pounded out 15 hits on their way to the KVAC B win in Jay.

Connor Ireland led Maranacook’s (9-5) offense with three singles while Jason Brooks and Mark Buzzell each had a double and a single.

Devan Pomeroy doubled for Spruce Mountain (5-10).



MESSALONSKEE 3, BANGOR 1: Kirsten Pelletier struck out nine in a two-hit shutout as the Eagles remained unbeaten with the KVAC A win in Bangor.

Katie Guarino had a pair of singles for Messalonskee (14-0-1), while Sarah Labbe added a double and an RBI.

Emily Gilmore homered for Bangor (10-5).

CONY 17, CAMDEN HILLS 5, 6 innings: Autumn Sudsbury had a home run, two doubles and a single to lead the Rams to the KVAC A win in Augusta.

Skyler Watson pitched a four-hitter for Cony (11-4) and added two doubles and a single. Allee Cloutier chipped in with two singles and a double as well. The Rams had 20 hits.

Camden Hills falls to 0-15.


LEAVITT 5, GARDINER 2: The Hornets scored three runs in the second inning and then held on for the KVAC B win in Turner.

Kassidie Murch had two singles for Leavitt (8-6) and Kaitlyn DeBlois homered.

Bri Brochu had a double, a single and an RBI for Gardiner (8-6).

MADISON 13, OAK HILL 0, 5 innings: The host Bulldogs pounded out 11 hits on their way to the shutout. Madison improves to 15-0 while Oak Hill falls to 13-2.


ST. DOMINIC 12, CONY 4: Caroline Gastonguay scored five goals to lead St. Dominic past Cony in a KVAC lacrosse game in Auburn.


Annie Brannigan led the Rams (5-6) with a pair of goals. Goalie Lizzy Dennison made nine saves and six interceptions. Rileigh Stebbins added three goals and an assist for the Saints (10-0).



Belgrade’s Sadie Hammond came back from two games down in the third set to advance to the second round of the NCAA Tennis Singles Championships in Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Hammond, a freshman at the University of Tennessee, defeated 51st-ranked Ayan Broomfield of Clemson, 6-2, 5-7, 7-5. Trailing 3-1 in the third set, Hammond won five games in a row and ultimately picked up her eighth victory against a ranked opponent this season. Her second-round match will be against sixth-ranked Luisa Stefani of Pepperdine on Thursday.

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