AUGUSTA — The Cony softball team rallied for five runs in the sixth inning to post a 6-2 win over Bangor in a Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference Class A win Monday.

Gabby McGuire allowed just three hits to earn the win for Cony (2-3), while third baseman Brooklyn Belanger collected two of Cony’s four hits against Bangor pitcher Morgan-Carter Moulton.

Moulton returned the favor by accounting for two of the three hits on the day for Bangor (2-3).


WINTHROP 30, WISCASSET 0:  Senior Layne Audet pitched a no-hitter and collected three hits as Winthrop opened its season with a lopsided in a five-inning Mountain Valley Conference game.

The Ramblers (1-0) scored 12 times in the first inning and seven more in the second and never looked back. Hannah Caprara had two hits, including a double, in the win for Winthorop.

Wiscasset dropped to 0-2.


MADISON 8, SPRUCE MOUNTAIN 4: The Bulldogs scored four runs in the fifth inning to take the lead in Jay and remain unbeaten in the MVC this season.

Brooke McKenney and Jessica Turcotte each drove in a pair of runs for Madison (3-0), while Emily Blauvelt, Emily Edgerly and Lauria LeBlanc each had three hits in the win.

Brooke Buote drove in two runs for Spruce Mountain (1-3).


SKOWHEGAN 12, HAMPDEN 0, 6 INN: Sydney Ames tossed a two-hitter with nine strikeouts as Skowhegan remained unbeaten with the KVAC A win in Hampden.

Amber Merry and Annie Cooke each had a double and a single for Skowhegan (5-0), and Jaycie Christopher had two hits as well.

For Hampden (1-2), Grace Bennett tripled off Ames for one of the two Bronco hits.



HALL-DALE 20, MT. ABRAM 8, 6 INN.: Akira Warren banged out three hits and pitched three scoreless innings to lead the Bulldogs to the MVC win in Salem.

Hall-Dale’s 12-hit attack featured two triples by Austin Stebbins and two doubles from Logan Dupont. Hall-Dale (2-0) scored four in the first and never looked back.

The Roadrunners (2-1) scored all of their runs in the bottom of the fourth. Kenyon Pillsbury, Ben DiBiase and Nate Luce all doubled in the game, and Ethan Powell singled twice.


CONY 8, BANGOR 1: Mitch Macfarland pitched a three-hitter as Cony claimed the KVAC A win in Augusta.

Kyle Douin had a double and a single for Cony (2-3). The Rams took the lead with three runs in the third inning before putting it away by tacking on four more in the sixth.

Bangor dropped to 1-4 on the season.


WINTHROP 12, WISCASSET 1, 5 INN: The host Ramblers answered Wiscasset’s run in the top of the second by scoring six runs of their own in the bottom half, and the Ramblers kept that momentum going to finish off the MVC victory in Winthrop.

Jackson West and Jake Carter had two hits apiece for the Ramblers (2-0), and Colby Emery had a double. Ryan Baird took the win on the mound after relieving Emery in the second inning.

Haiden Dunning pitched all four innings for the Wolverines (0-3) and took the loss.


EDWARD LITTLE 13, GARDINER 2: Alex Avila earned a win in his first varsity start with five strikeouts in five innings as the Eddies cruised in Auburn.

Hunter Fisher, Joel Stubbs and Clay Robbins each recorded their first varsity hit for Edward Little (4-0).

Isaac Gammon led off the third inning with a single and later scored for Gardiner (0-4) in the losing effort.


LINCOLN 11, MOUNT VIEW 9: The Eagles scored three runs in the seventh to post the come-from-behind KVAC B win in Thorndike.

Zach Farrin had three hits for Lincoln (1-1), and Colby Clark and Nathan True each added two apiece.

Mount View dropped to 0-3.


OAK HILL 7, DIRIGO 1: Gavin Rawstron and Caleb Treadwell had three hits apiece to pace Oak Hill to the MVC win in Dixfield.

Rawstron doubled twice, Treadwell added another and had two RBI, and Caleb Valliere allowed just two hits while striking out 10 in a complete-game effort on the mound for the Raiders (2-2).

Dallas Berry had one of the Cougars’ (1-2) hits and he stole two bases. He also caught for pitchers Wyatt Lufkin (five innings, loss) and Mike Packard.

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