RICHMOND LEFT FIELDER Emily Douin hauls in a fly ball during a high school softball matchup with Buckfield on Wednesday in Richmond. See the story on B1.

RICHMOND LEFT FIELDER Emily Douin hauls in a fly ball during a high school softball matchup with Buckfield on Wednesday in Richmond. See the story on B1.

RICHMOND

Brendan Emmons pitched a complete game and had three hits to lead the Richmond High School baseball team to a 13-3 East-West Conference win over Buckfield on Wednesday.

The Bobcats improved to 13-3 and play host to Valley today at 4 p.m. Buckfield fell to 2-2.

Emmons singled twice and doubled, along with driving in a pair of runs to lead Richmond’s nine-hit attack. Nate Kendrick and Danny Stewart each singled twice, while Zach Small drove in a run with a double.

On the mound, Emmons allowed just two hits to Ethan Jackson. He struck out eight and walked two.

MONMOUTH 14
LISBON 11

The visiting Mustangs recovered from an early deficit for a Mountain Valley Conference win over Lisbon.

The Greyhounds dropped their first game (3- 1) and host Dirigo today at 4 p.m.

Lisbon scored five runs in the opening frame, and led 7-2 after four and 10-4 through five.

But, Monmouth plated eight runs in the sixth for a 12-10 lead, and tacked on a pair of seventh-inning runs to pull away.

Hunter Richardson ripped a grand-slam home run in the sixth for Monmouth

(2-3), with Trevor Flanagan adding three hits, including a double. Gabe Martin was 3-for-4, while Kane Gould picked up two singles.

Tyler Halls led Lisbon’s 13-hit attack with three hits, with Sean Scott and Noah Francis chipping in two hits.

Softball

WISCASSET — Winthrop downed Wiscasset, 14-1, in a five-inning mercy-rule MVC contest.

The Wolverines fell to 0-4 and visit Oak Hill in a make-up contest today at 4 p.m.

Wiscasset found the scoreboard in the fifth inning when Kelsey Jones singled and scored on a single by Lindsey Gordon. Sidney Thayer also singled for the Wolverines.

Layne Audet earned the mound win for the Ramblers, while Moe Haypek, Amber Raymond and Audet had a double and single each to pace Winthrop’s offense.


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