TURNER — The Erskine Academy baseball team scored seven runs over the final four innings to prevail 7-2 against Leavitt in a Class B South battle Monday.

Isaac Hayden blasted a home run for Erskine (6-1), and Grady Hotham had a double and a single. The Eagles also got a double from Emmert Appel in the victory, the team’s fourth straight.

For Leavitt (3-5), which lost despite outhitting Erskine 8-2, Noah Carpenter had two doubles and a single. Kaden Trenoweth had a double and a single for the Hornets, and Will Keach added a double of his own.

Tristan Anderson claimed the win for Erskine. Carpenter was the losing pitcher for Leavitt.


MADISON 14, MOUNTAIN VALLEY 1, FIVE INNINGS: The Bulldogs (5-4) scored multiple runs in four separate innings to pull away from the Falcons (0-8) in Rumford.


Jack Theriault led the Madison offense with two of the Bulldogssix hits, to go along with three RBIs. Deacon Murray and Dom Mercier combined on a five-hitter.

For Mountain Valley, Zach New had two of the hits, including a double.


WINSLOW 12, BELFAST 2, 5 INNINGS: Tyler Brockway had two hits, including a double, and had 3 RBIs to lead the Black Raiders to a win over the Lions in Winslow.

Andrew Poulin had three hits, while Travis Reed had two hits, including a triple, for Winslow (3-4).

Keegan McGowan had two hits for Belfast (2-6).



OAK HILL 13, HALL-DALE 2, FIVE INNINGS: Kyle Delano had two hits and three RBIs as the Raiders (3-4) claimed a five-inning win over the Bulldogs (5-2) in Wales.

Trent Drouin had two hits and two RBIs, Jackson Arbour had a single and double and drove in a run, and Isaac Morissette also had two hits. Maverick Swan and Caden Thompson each drove in two runs.

All Oak Hill 13 runs were scored in the first inning.

Ethan Vattaso pitched all five innings, allowing six hits and striking out six batters.

Jason Leach had two hits and an RBI for Hall-Dale, while Max Byron added an RBI of his own.





MADISON 2, MOUNTAIN VALLEY 0: Mackenzie Robins and Lilly Levesque each had three hits to lead the Bulldogs to a Mountain Valley Conference win over the Falcons in Rumford.

Brooke McKenney struck out eight batters to earn the win in the circle for Madison (7-1).

Mountain Valley falls to 2-6.



TELSTAR 10, CARRABEC 6: Makenzie Eliot pitched a three-hitter and had two hits, including a triple, as the Rebels (5-3) claimed an MVC win over the Cobras (0-4) in Bethel.

The Rebels scored four runs in the fourth and six in the fifth to turn a 1-0 deficit into a 10-2 lead. Carrabec scored four runs in the top of the seventh but couldn’t rally all the way back.

Eliot struck out 11 batters in the circle. Leah Kimball and Karen Marshall both had two hits and scored two runs. Kimball drove in three runs and Marshall had two RBIs.

Shyanne Holmes took the loss in the circle for the Cobras, despite striking out 12 batters. At the plate, she had two hits, including a double, and an RBI.



MONMOUTH ACADEMY 8, BUCKFIELD 2: Brooklyn Federico struck out 15 batters to lead the Mustangs to a win over the Bucks in Monmouth.

Kayla Truman and Grace Levesque added doubles at the plate for Monmouth (6-0).

Alyssa Litchfield cracked a home run for Buckfield (1-6).


MCI 4, WATERVILLE 2: Gracie Moore hit a home run for the Huskies in a win over the Purple Panthers in Waterville.

Kassie Snowman earned the win in the circle for MCI (1-6).


Waterville falls to 2-5.


LEAVITT 4, ERSKINE ACADEMY 3: Sam DeBlois hit a home run as part of her three-hit performance as the Hornets (4-4) earned a close win over the Eagles (1-6) in Turner.

Leavitt struck early with two runs in the second before Erskine countered with all three of its runs in the top of the fourth. Maddy Dutil tripled home a run in the bottom of the fourth to tie the game, and the Hornets would tack on another run in the frame.

DeBlois collected two RBIs to go along with her three hits. Dutil had a pair of hits and Hailey Turcotte added a double as part of a 10-hit Leavitt attack. Abby Albert earned the win in the circle.

Mackenzie Toner hit a double for the Eagles and pitched all six innings. Madison Lully had a pair of hits for Erskine.



MT. ARARAT 3, MESSALONSKEE 2: Megan Reed pitched a five-hitter with one walk and three strikeouts as Mt. Ararat (2-5) edged visiting Messalonskee (2-5) in Topsham.

Reed, Reagan Robertson and Sydney Stewart each had drove in a run during a three-run fourth inning for Mt. Ararat.

Gabby Sienko and Maddie Wilson each had a RBI for Messalonskee, which scored their runs in the top of the fourth.


HALL-DALE 5, OAK HILL 0: Taurence Tibbetts had four hits and a RBI in the Bulldogs’ (7-0) win over the Raiders (3-4) in Wales.


Ashlynn Donahue had two hits for Hall-Dale. The Bulldogs scored two runs each in the first and second innings and rounded out the scoring in the fifth.

Kelsey Young, Sierra Lane and Eli Smith each had a hit for Oak Hill.




GARDINER/HALL-DALE 11, MT. ARARAT 10: Averi Baker, Emma Bourget and Lilly Diversi each scored three goals to lead the Tigers to a win over the Eagles in Gardiner.


Nat Fossett added two goals for Gardiner/Hall-Dale (4-0).

Madison Kinney led Mt. Ararat (5-2) with seven goals.


MORSE 10, ERSKINE ACADEMY 5: Delaney Pascuzzo scored five goals to lead the Shipbuilders to a win over the Eagles in South China.

Addy Jung and Hazel Smith each had two goals for Morse (2-3).

Shannon McDonough had two goals for Erskine (2-5).



MT. BLUE 13, EDWARD LITTLE 6: Eryn Parlin had seven goals to lead the Cougars (3-2) to a win over the Red Eddies (2-5) in Auburn.

Megan Lachance scored three goals while Izzy Haves had two goals for Edward Little. Caroline Audette also scored.

Hailee Brown made 18 saves in net for the Red Eddies.


CONY 14, LEWISTON 8: A six-goal effort from Raegan Bechard powered the Rams (5-1) to victory over the Blue Devils (1-4) in Augusta.

Abigail Morrill and Andrea Richardson also had multi-goal games for Cony with two apiece, and Azabell Assaf, Emma Doiron, Maci Freeman (two assists) and Dinah Wadleigh added a goal each. Madison Chavarie made six saves for the Rams.

Lewiston got three goals and an assist from Mya Grant and two goals apiece from Leah Dube and Lilly Gish. Elaina Gendron had three saves in net.

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