FAIRFIELD — The Lawrence baseball team jumped out to a 6-0 lead over Waterville then hung on late to earn a 6-5 victory in a Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference game Wednesday afternoon.

Nate Grard and Zach Nickerson each doubled for the Bulldogs while Ben Ryder pitched six strong innings to earn the victory.

Cameron Pratt doubled for Waterville.

 

LEAVITT 3, GARDINER 2: The Hornets scored twice in the bottom of the seventh to secure a walk-off victory in Turner.

Leavitt (6-8) tied the game on a fielder’s choice and Wyatt Hathaway scored the winning run with a single.

Gardiner (5-8) had taken a 2-1 lead in the top of the seventh.

Garrett Mollica went the distance for the win and Andrew Kelley was saddled with the loss.

 

SKOWHEGAN 12, NOKOMIS 2: Cam Louder went 2 for 4 with four RBIs and Hunter McEwen had three hits and drove in a pair as the River Hawks rolled to the KVAC victory in Newport.

Brenden Dunlap went 3 for 4 with a double for Skowhegan as well.

 

LISBON 11, CARRABEC 0, 5 innings: Levi Tibbetts threw a no hitter as the Greyhounds took the MVC win in North Anson.

Lisbon (9-2) scored eight runs in the top of the fifth inning to break open the game. Carrabec is 1-8.

 

WELLS 2, MONMOUTH ACADEMY 1: Chase Trudeau’s RBI single – the only hit for Wells – capped a two-run rally in the bottom of the fifth inning as the Warriors prevailed in Wells.

Both starting pitchers – Cam Armstrong of Monmouth (10-3) and Owen Coggeshall of Wells (8-5) – took a no-hitter into the fifth. Monmouth went ahead in the top of the fifth on singles by Isaac Oliviera and Owen Harding and a fielder’s choice grounder by Sam Calder.

In the bottom half, Wells capitalized on two errors to score the go-ahead run before Trudeau’s single made it 2-1.

Hayden Barker relieved Coggeshall in the sixth and retired all six batters he faced to earn a save.

 

MOUNT VIEW 4, ERSKINE ACADEMY 1: Draedyn Furrow and Noah Hurd each had two hits to lead the Mustangs in Thorndike.

Hurd also pitched the complete game to earn the victory.

 

DIRIGO 9, HALL-DALE 7: Seniors Dallas Berry, Derek Ducharme and Cole Brown each had three hits and the Cougars scored two runs in the top of the seventh to edge the Bulldogs at Farmingdale.

Sophomores Trenton Hutchinson and Dakota Tompkins combined to scatter six hits on the mound for Dirigo, with Hutchinson earning the win and Tompkins pitching the bottom of the seventh. Brown and Tompkins hit doubles and Hutchinson added a triple.

Drake Bickford, Max Byron and Sam Sheaffer all hit doubles for Hall-Dale, which had rallied for three runs in the bottom of the sixth to tie the game.

 

 

SOFTBALL

 

SKOWHEGAN 15, BANGOR 1: Annabelle Morris homered and doubled to lead the River Hawks to the KVAC A victory in Bangor.

Mariah Whittemore also homered for Skowhegan, which improved to 11-0.

Reese Danforth double for the victors as well.

 

MESSALONSKEE 15, BANGOR 2: Morgan Genness had two doubles and Kristen Dube had two hits, including a double, to lead the Eagles to the KVAC A victory in Oakland.

Maddy Card, Kate Douglass and Brooke Martin each had two hits for the Eagles.

 

HALL-DALE 13, DIRIGO 2: Zoey Soule and Lilly Platt each had three hits, including doubles, and the Bulldogs used a six-run third to take control against the Cougars at Dixfield.
Sara Benner added two hits and Amanda Trepanier hit a triple for Hall-Dale. Rita Benoit scattered three hits in a complete-game win.
Kailey Hackett and Marissa LaPointe hit doubles for Dirigo.

 

MADISON 13, BUCKFIELD 0: Brooke McKenney pitched a one-hitter with 10 strikeouts and at the plate she had three hits, including two doubles, to lead the Bulldogs (12-1) past the Bucks (5-5) at Buckfield.

Lilian Levesque had three singles in the win.

Kayden Haylock had the lone hit for the Bucks.

 

NOKOMIS 5, SKOWHEGAN 1: Cameron King had two hits, including a home run, to lead the Warriors to a win over the River Hawks in Newport.

Mia Coots earned the win in the circle for Nokomis.

Jaycie Christopher hit a home run for Skowhegan.

 

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