Oak Hill High School third baseman Kyle Delano reacts after putting the tag on Hunter Brissette of Lisbon High School for an out during the fifth inning of Monday’s game in Wales. Lisbon head coach Randy Ridley is at left. Daryn Slover/Sun Journal

WALES — Levi Tibbetts drove in Ethan Brown in the eighth inning to give Lisbon a 4-3 victory over Oak Hill in Mountain Valley Conference baseball action Monday.

Lisbon (1-0) scored three runs in the top of the first  Oak Hill (0-1) plated two in the bottom half of the first and then tied the game with a run in the fifth.

Brown, Hunter Brissette and Mason Booker each had two hits for the Greyhounds.


CONY 7, LEAVITT 1: Sam Flannery had three singles in the Rams’ (3-0) victory over the Hornets (0-2) in a Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference Class B game in Turner.

Brayden Barbeau had a double and a single and Kameron Douin had a double for Cony, and Tyler Pelletier drove in three runs.


Barbeau also pitched six innings.

The Rams put three runs on the board in the top of the third. They also scored a run apiece in the fifth and and sixth innings and added two runs in the seventh.


WATERVILLE 3, OCEANSIDE 2: Joe Hamelin had three hits, including a triple, to lead the Purple Panthers to a KVAC B win over the Mariners in Waterville.

Spencer Minihan had two hits for Waterville (2-1), including a double.

Oceanside falls to 0-3.



MT. BLUE 6, ERSKINE 5: Mt. Blue scored three runs in the top of the fifth to break open a tie game, then held on late for a victory in a crossover game.

Erskine (1-1) loaded the bases in the seventh inning but couldn’t push the tying run home.

Isaac Wrigley and Brody Walsh drove in runs for the Cougars while Tristan Anderson had a single and two RBIs for the Eagles.


EDWARD LITTLE 11, GARDINER 1: Brady Vincent picked up his first varsity as the Red Eddies (1-2) cruised to a six-inning victory over the Tigers (0-1) in Auburn.


The junior pitched all six innings, striking out seven while allowing five hits, one run and a walk.

Kamden Masselli led Edward Little with three hits and two RBIs. Aidan Gonzalez had two hits, including a double and two RBIs.

Gage Ducharme and Drew Smith also had two RBIs. Pat Anthoine had a double and Campbell Cassidy had two hits.

Gavin White pitched into the sixth inning for Gardiner before Casey Paul came on in relief.


MONMOUTH ACADEMY 14, MOUNTAIN VALLEY 8: Hunter Frost had a home run to help lift the Mustangs (1-0) in Rumford.


Hayden Fletcher had two hits for Monmouth while Liam Burgess doubled. Matt Marquis picked up the win on the mound.

Monmouth was up 3-2 after three innings, but broke open the game with a six-run fourth inning. It added two more runs in the fifth and three more in the seventh.

Rilan Farmum had a double and Tanner Henr had two hits.


WINTHROP 10, CARRABEC 8: Brayden Stubbert scored three runs and had a hit and an RBI as the Ramblers got the MVC victory in North Anson.

Logan Baird had two hits and also drove in a run and scored for Winthrop. Matt Beck had a hit and scored twice.


Will Lawrence, Nate Caldwell and Jacob Hilinski scored a pair of runs each for the Cobras.


MARANACOOK 9, WAYNFLETE/NYA 4: Tyler Hreben had three hits, including a double, to go along with two RBIs for the Black Bears in a win in Readfield.

Hreben also earned the win on the mound for Maranacook (3-0). Nick Florek and James McLaughlin added doubles for Maranacook.

Daxton St. Hilaire and Jack Byrnes each had two hits for Waynflete/NYA (0-1).



HALL-DALE 3, SPRUCE MOUNTAIN 1: Max Byron had a double and earned the win on the mound for the Bulldogs in an MVC game against the Phoenix in Farmingdale.

Byron had two hits for Hall-Dale (2-0).

Spruce Mountain falls to 1-1.






MADISON 17, MT. ABRAM 0: Brooke McKenney tossed a complete game shutout as the Bulldogs cruised to an MVC win over the Roadrunners in Madison.

McKenney had 10 strikeouts for the Bulldogs (2-0), with no walks. Mackenzie Robins had two hits for Madison.

Abi Wikox had a hit for Mt. Abram (0-1).


GARDINER 12, EDWARD LITTLE 9: Taylor Takatsu and Lainey Cooley each had three hits, including a double and two RBIs, as the Tigers (2-0) held on for the win in Auburn.


Takatsu also scored four runs.

Brooklyn Gero picked up the win the circle, allowing 15 hits and striking out six.

Alexis Kelsea had three hits for Edward Little (1-2)  and scored twice. Emily Horton, Maddy Scott, Izzy Jalbert, and Erin Cowie all had two hits and an RBI in the losing effort.


LEAVITT 3, CONY 2: Nola Boutaugh had three singles to pace the Hornets (1-1) past the Rams (0-1) in Turner.

Leavitt scored twice in the third and added a run in the fifth. Abby Albert pitched 5 1/3 innings and Haley Turcotte pitched the final 1 2/3 innings to earn the save.


Bri Madore pitched all seven innings for Cony and helped her own cause with a solo home run. Ram Kissoon had a triple. Cony scored in the fourth and sixth innings.


ERSKINE 7, MT. BLUE 3: Kassidy Barrett had three hits to lead the Eagles to a KVAC win over the Cougars in South China.

Kenzie Kutniewski and Lacey Arp each added two hits for Erskine (1-2).

Lexi Belanger, Katy Yeaton, KK Daggett, Eva Stevens, Alyssa Simonean and Katie Ladd each had two hits for Mt. Blue (0-1).





MT. BLUE 12, MCI/NOKOMIS 2: Eryn Parlin netted seven goals to pace the Cougars (1-1) to a victory over the Huskies in Farmington.

Talia Kidder added three goals and Maya Kellett had two for Mt. Blue. Emma Dunn, Elle Marshall and Kyoko Kagotoshi each had an assist. Cougars goalie Michelle Seaberg stopped eight shots.

Emma Ramsey scored both of MCI/Nokomis’ goals, and goalie Samantha Bissell made 15 saves.

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