WINSLOW — John Day’s RBI single in the bottom of the seventh inning gave the Winslow baseball team a 3-2 victory over Erskine Academy on Saturday.

Day had two hits for Winslow (4-1), while Evan Bourget added two hits for the Black Raiders. Aidan Giles pitched all seven innings and earned the win for Winslow.

Liam Perfetto led the Eagles (1-1) with two hits.

 

SOFTBALL

 

MCI 18, MOUNT VIEW 15: Lily Kitchen’s RBI single in the top of the seventh inning gave MCI the lead for good in Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference softball action in Thorndike.

Gracie Moore went 3 for 5 at the plate for MCI (1-4). Moore hit a pair home runs, including a grand slam in the seventh inning.

Mount View (0-6) swiped 10 bases.

 

MESSALONSKEE 9. OXFORD HILLS 1: Brooke Martin hit a home run and had two singles to propel the Eagles past the Vikings in Paris.

Kristen Dube, Maddy Card and Morgan Willis each had two singles while Jordan Lambert had a triple for Messalonskee (3-1).

Kiara McLeod and Kaydence Morse each had a double for the Vikings (4-1). Morse also had a sing as Oxford Hills only had three hits in the game.

 

VALLEY 10, VINALHAVEN 4, 6 innings: Jada Ward had three hits, including two doubles, and had three RBIs to lead the Cavaliers to a win over the Vikings in Vinalhaven.

Emily Collins had two hits, including a triple, while Kara Bigelow had two hits for Valley (4-0).

 

BOYS LACROSSE

 

GARDINER 9, MT. ARARAT 6: Cam Rizzo scored four goals and had two assists to lead the Tigers over the Eagles in Gardiner.

Chase McLaughlin and Sean Doyle each scored two goals for the Tigers (2-1), while Connor Bell added a goal. Kayden Weston and Cody Dingwell each had an assist.

Eli Schoenburg and Xander Kirk each scored two goals and had an assist for Mt. Ararat (1-5).

 

GIRLS LACROSSE

 

FREEPORT 9, MARANACOOK/WINTHROP 4: Megan Driscoll had four goals and one assist, Kate Tracy had three goals and two assists and Meredith Feller had three goals for the visiting Falcons (3-0) against Maranacook/Winthrop (1-1) in Kents Hill.

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