AUGUSTA — Sage Reed pitched a no-hitter with 18 strikeouts to lead Lawrence past Cony 11-0 in softball action Wednesday.

Kaylie Elikins had four singles for Lawrence (3-1) while Lila Pierce and Jade Sullivan each had two singles.

Cony fell to 0-2.


HALL-DALE 15, ST. DOMINIC 1, 5 innings: Rita Benoit had two hits, including a triple, to help lead the Bulldogs over the Saints in Auburn.

Emma Soule and Sammy Thornton each had doubles for Hall-Dale (2-0). Benoit, Thornton, Sarah Benner, Lilly Platt, Tanley Tibbetts and Ashlynn Donahue each had two hits for the Bulldogs.


St. Dom’s fell to 0-1.


MADISON 5, WATERVILLE 1: Arabel Linkletter had two doubles to spark the Bulldogs to the win in Waterville.

Landyn Landry and Lillian Levesque added a double apiece for Madison (4-0) while Brooke McKenney pitched a three-hitter.

Savanna Cormier had two singles for Waterville (1-2).



MONMOUTH 14, DIRIGO 2: Brooklyn Federico had two singles and two RBI and also got the win in the circle as the Mustangs prevailed in Monmouth.

Abby Flanagan added a double, two singles and an RBI for Monmouth (4-1) while Katie Laliberte had two singles and three RBI.

Dirigo falls to 1-1.





GARDINER 12, MORSE 7: Lilly Diversi had four goals and two assists to lift the Tigers in Gardiner.

Sophie Blanchard and Emma Bourget added three goals each for Gardiner (1-0) while Averi Baker had two. Skye Cotnoir stopped seven shots.

Delaney Pascuzzo had four goals for Morse (0-1) while Mary Larochelle had three.


MESSALONSKEE 15, BANGOR 1: Jenna Cassani and Journey Charles each scored four goals to lead the Eagles in Bangor.

Shauna Clark added two goals and two assists for Messalonskee (2-0) while Madi Doody, Gabi Smart and Julia Wade had two goals apiece. Shea Cassani made four saves.


Kate Ruhlin scored for Bangor (0-1) while Sarah Doore stopped 12 shots.




MCI 8, WATERVILLE 5: Kaythearn Martinez had two hits, including a double, and Max Bottenfield had three hits to lead the Huskies in Waterville.

Carter Bubar, Lenn Thieme and Logon Cote also doubled for MCI.

Brandon Bearce doubled for the Panthers.


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