LISBON — Winning pitcher Brooke McKenney tripled and drove in three runs to lead the Madison softball team to a 9-0 victory over Lisbon in a Mountain Valley Conference game Tuesday.

Landyn Landry also tripled and drove in a pair for Madison (6-1). Arabel Linkletter tripled for the victors as well.

McKenney struck out 17 and allowed just three hits.

Maria Levesque had two hits for Lisbon.


VALLEY 13-17, RANGELEY 1-9: Cylee Pratt pitched five strong innings to lead the Cavaliers to the 13-1 victory.

Logan McDonald drove in four runs for the Cavs.

In the 17-9 victory, Jada Ward drove in three runs and Madeline Hill pitched three strong innings.


SKOWHEGAN 12, WINSLOW 0: Annabelle Morris had three hits, including a double and a triple, to lead the River Hawks in Skowhegan.

Jaycie Christopher had two hits, including a double, for Skowhegan as well.




ERSKINE 15, LINCOLN 0: Erskine scored 11 runs over the third and fourth innings to take the Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference Class B win in Newcastle.

Nick Barber tripled for Erskine, while Grady Hotham and Harry Rabideau each doubled for the Eagles.


WATERVILLE 4, MARANACOOK 2: Waterville scored three runs in the top of the seventh inning to take the KVAC B win in Readfield.

Brandon Bearce had two hits for Waterville (3-3). AJ Kalacinski earned the win for the Purple Panthers. Maranacook is 2-3.




MARANACOOK/WINTHROP 14, ERSKINE 4: Thomas Trafton and Wyatt Lyons had four goals apiece, leading the Hawks in South China.

Eric Vining had two goals, while Bennett Ross, Thomas Struck, Dylan McGarr and Tim Worster scored one each, with Worster tallying six assists. Sam Linton had two assists.

Michael Nicholas had four goals for the Eagles, while Casey Kirkpatrick and Zane Boulet had assists.




LEWISTON 17, GARDINER 4: Charlotte Gastonguay scored eight times and had three assists in the Blue Devils’ win over the Tigers in Lewiston.

Brie Dube and Ceci Miller each added three goals for Lewiston (3-1), while Rebecca Lussier scored twice and Shauna Leblanc also contributed a goal.

Lilly Diversi and Emma Bourgett each scored twice for Gardiner (2-3).

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