BINGHAM — The Carrabec softball team cored a combined nine runs in the fourth and fifth innings to defeated Valley 11-8 on Friday.

Josephine Scheve had three hits for the Cobras (10-4), while Karen Baker added two. Jillian Robinson earned the win in the circle.

Kirsten Bigelow, Daisy Wright and Suarta Wright had two hits apiece for Valley (7-7).

 

LEAVITT 8, GARDINER 3: Hailey Cyr pitched a complete-game four-hitter and delivered two hits of her own to help the Hornets (12-3) win in Gardiner.

One of Cyr’s hits was a double. Maddy Dutil also doubled and Nola Boutaugh tripled. Emily Poland and Gabby Smith matched Cyr with two hits.

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Corinne Vasvary tripled for Gardiner (8-6), which scored all of its runs in the sixth inning, and also pitched a complete game. Taylor Takatsu tallied two hits.

 

OAK HILL 13, TELSTAR 1: The Raiders (8-6) scored 11 combined runs across the fourth and fifth innings to pull away  in Bethel.

Carlee Austin doubled and singled, drove in two runs and scored three for Oak Hill. She also started the game in the circle and pitched 1 2/3 innings, giving up one run on two hits and four walks. Izzy Whitaker came on in relief and allowed just one hit and two walks while striking out four. Whitaker also had two hits, and Delia Custer drove in two runs.

Sarah Chase doubled and drove in the lone run for Telstar (2-12) in the second inning to tie the game. Maylyn Hastings and Morgan Zetts also collected hits, while Bella Bennett walked and scored the Rebels’ run.

 

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DIRIGO 17, MADISON 6: With one mighty inning, the Cougars turned a tie game into a mercy-rule victory over in Dixfield.

Madison, which took a 4-0 lead in the first inning, tied the game 6-6 with a run in the top of the sixth. Then Dirigo (9-4) plated 11 runs in the bottom half of the sixth to end the MVC contest early.

Emily Woods and Aleiah Ward paced the Cougars’ offensive attack with three hits apiece.

Emma Anton tripled and doubled and Kenadi Berry had a double and a single for the Bulldogs (6-8).

 

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LEWISTON 6, SKOWHEGAN 4: The Blue Devils (7-8) scored all their runs in the last two innings to take the win at Colby College in Waterville.

Daniel Pelletier, Jeffrey Randall and Matt Levasseur had two hits apiece for Lewiston.

Brendan Dunlap had a triple and a double for Skowhegan (9-6), while Noah McMahon and Tyler Clark also had two hits each.

 

OAK HILL 4, TELSTAR 3: Landen Denis drove in Trent Drouin for the game-winning run with two outs in the top of the seventh, then Drouin took the mound and closed the door as the Raiders (11-3) hung on for a win in Bethel.

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Brennan Walker got the start for Telstar and struck out 11 batters while giving up just one hit in 5 1/3 innings. Brody Morgan drove in two runs for the Rebels (4-10).

Jordan Castonguay started for Oak Hill and gave up three unearned runs on two hits and two walks in 3 1/3 innings. He struck out five batters. Denis drew three walks and David Hall drove in a run.

 

WINTHROP 7, MT. ABRAM 5: Trent Collin and Carter Collin each hit a double and helped pitch the Ramblers (7-7) win in Salem Township.

Trent Collin pitched the first four innings and Carter Collin relieved him for an inning before Brody Adams closed out the win. The trio combined to give up six hits while striking out nine batters and stranding 14 Mt. Abram base runners.

Bryce Wilcox hit two singles and Killian Pillsbury hit a double for Mt. Abram (9-5).

 

LEAVITT 14, GARDINER 6:  Leavitt overcame a 6-0 deficit by scoring 14 runs over the final three innings, extending their win streak to five games with the victory in Gardiner.

The Hornets (13-2) scored six runs in the top of the fifth, which tied the game, then poured it on with four runs in the sixth and four more in the seventh.

Brandon Bilodeau led the Leavitt offense, driving in four runs on two hits, including a double. Jace Negley contributed and double and a single and Will Keach had a triple.

Jake Farnham tallied three hits and Gavin White finished with two, including a double, for Gardiner (5-8), which scored two runs in the first inning, three in the third and one in the fourth to go up 6-0.

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