AUGUSTA — Cony scored a run in each of the first two innings and held off Lawrence for a big 2-0 softball win Monday.

Suri Ramkissoon earned the win in the circle, allowing four hits while striking out three. She helped her own cause with a double and two singles for the Rams (3-10).

Rylee Veilleux doubled for Lawrence (10-3).


BUCKFIELD 11, WINTHROP 0: Carmen Crockett tossed a five-inning no-hitter with 13 strikeouts and the Bucks used a seven-run fourth inning to win in Winthrop.

Crockett was one of five Buckfield (11-2) batters with multiple hits. Abigail Prokey and Brittany Carrier each had three, with Carrier recording a pair of doubles to go alon with two stolen bases. Prokey stole four.


Crockett, Emma Stevens-Belanger and Chloee Bennett each added two hits, with Crockett and Stevens-Belanger matching Prokey with two RBIs.

Lauryn Wood struck out six batters in five innings for Winthrop (7-6).


SPRUCE MOUNTAIN 18, CARRABEC 2: Freshman Rylee Turner hit a home run and drove in four runs in the Phoenix’s (11-3) five-inning win in North Anson.

Turner homered during Spruce Mountains’ six-run first inning. The Phoenix (11-3) added three runs in the second and nine in the third.

Turner and Emma Towers each had three hits to lead Spruce Mountain. Jaydn Pingree, Leah Burgess, Santika Hodgkin and Tyoaka Hodgkin had two hits apiece.





OXFORD HILLS 16, GARDINER 0: Brady Truman pitched four innings of one-hit ball and recorded one of the Vikings’ seven extra-base hits in a five-inning victory  in Paris.

Truman struck out five and walked three for the Vikings (10-2). Kaden Delano closed out the win with two strikeouts in the fifth.

Eli Soehren homered and tripled, Kolby Brown tripled and doubled, Truman and Cole Pulkkinen each doubled and Connor Fitts doubled. Soehren also singled and Pulkkinen matched Brown with two hits.


Cam Madore had the lone hit for Gardiner (5-8).


OAK HILL 4, DIRIGO 3: The Raiders were declared the winners of the MVC game in Wales by forfeit when, in the bottom of the fifth inning, the Cougars put in a relief pitcher who didn’t have enough days rest.

According to the Maine Principals’ Association’s baseball bulletin, a pitcher who throws 96-110 pitches must rest for four days before pitching again. The Dirigo reliever threw 100 pitches on Thursday. Oak Hill coach Chad Stowell appealed, and after a check of the Cougars’ pitch counts on Game Changer, the Raiders were declared the winner with two outs in the bottom of the fifth. Stowell said Dirigo’s mistake was unintentional.

Oak Hill (11-2) took a 4-3 in the fifth. Ethan Vattaso pitched three innings and Trent Drouin (four strikeouts) pitched two for the Raiders. Vattaso also doubled for one of Oak Hills four hits.

Dirigo (8-4) starter Charlie Houghton held the Raiders to four hits and struck out four in 4 2/3 innings.


Oak Hill has won 10 of its past 11 games.


MT. BLUE 3, HAMPDEN 2: Nolan Leso limited the damage of 10 hits by the Broncos as the Cougars eked out a win in Farmington.

Leso struck out four batters in six innings in the Cougars (7-6) win. Hayden Dippner punched out two more in a hitless seventh for the save. Zak Koban paced the Mt. Blue lineup with two hits, Dippner doubled, and Brody Walsh, Jayden Meader and Hayden Durrell all drove in runs.

Hampden (9-4) pitcher Collin Peckham struck out four and gave up eight hits and one earned run in six innings. He also had three hits, while Kaysen Wildman had two. Andrew Cote and Bodie Bishop droe in the Broncos’ runs.

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