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May 25—AUGUSTA — Clay Robbins pitched a no-hitter for Edward Little in their 9-0 baseball win over Cony on Monday.

Robbins struck out 12 batters and allowed only one walk. He also helped his own cause, banging out three hits and driving in three runs.

Campbell Cassidy added two hits, including a double, and Aidan Gonzalez contributed a double for Edward Little (8-4).

Cony drops to 5-6.

Mason Booker allowed two runs and five hits in 5 1/3 innings as the Greyhounds (8-2) held off the Dragons (1-11) in Lisbon.

Lisbon scored six runs in the first two innings and held off a late Brunswick rally. Hunter Brissette and Neil LaRochelle paced Lisbon with two hits apiece.

Tanner Rapoza took the loss, allowing six runs (three unearned) in 1 2/3 innings. Hank Burnham led Brunswick with two doubles, and Cal Wilby also had two hits.

Manny Calder had a two-run double in a six-run fifth inning to help carry the Mustangs (10-2) in Monmouth.

Isaac Oliveira also had two RBIs for Monmouth. Kyle Palleschi pitched all five innings, striking out six and allowing four hits and one walk.

Sam Scheaffer went three innings for the Bulldogs (6-7).

Ben DeBiase nearly hit for the cycle with a single, double and triple in the Roadrunners’ (11-3) win over the Falcons (1-6) in Salem.

DeBiase also drove in a run. Trevor Phelps added a single, a double and two RBIs for Mt. Abram, while Kenyon Pillsbury had three hits and an RBI and Tucker Plouffe had a double and an RBI.

Sean Salmon and Anthony Mazza each had a double for Mountain Valley.

Trenton Drouin had three singles and three RBIs to lead a balanced offensive attack in the Raiders’ win in North Anson.

Gavin Rawstron had a home run, a single and two RBIs for Oak Hill (8-2), while Jackson Arbour and Silas Dumont had two singles apiece. Sam Lindsey earned the win, allowing two hits while striking out five over five innings.

Connor Peabody and Luke Carey each had a single for the Cobras (1-7).

Wyatt Knightly scattered four hits and struck out eight in five innings of work in the Vikings’ (11-1) win over the Eagles (4-7).

Ty LeBlond had three hits and Wyatt Knightly and Eli Soehren each had two hits for Oxford Hills. Soehren also drove in three runs.

Nick Chase had an RBI single for Mt. Ararat.

Starter McGwire Sawyer threw six scoreless innings, allowing four hits and striking out five, as the Hawks (11-4) blanked the Knights (6-7) at Poland.

Sawyer added two hits for Sacopee Valley, including a triple, and Caleb Vacchiano added two hits and scored twice.

Drew Sayler had a pair of singles for Poland.

Alyssa Litchfield had two hits, including a double, and Abby Albert had two singles to lead the Bucks (8-5) in a hard-fought win over the Ramblers (5-6) in Buckfield.

Lydia Rice led the Ramblers with two singles and a home run. Sage Fortin added two singles and a double.

Leah Thibodeau had four hits, including two doubles, while driving in three runs and scoring five times in the Red Eddies’ (6-6) win over the Rams (0-8) in Augusta.

Courtney Larson had three hits and three RBIs for EL, and Hannah Smith had two hits and three RBIs. Smith also picked up the win in relief.

Avery Theriault had three hits and Liz Trask had two hits for Cony.

Landyn Landry and Jersey Tewksbury each drove in three runs to lead the Bulldogs past the Cougars in Madison.

Brooke McKenney struck out 16 and allowed just two hits to earn the victory in the circle.

Lilian Levesque, Hailey Paquet, Abi Linkletter and Landry each had two hits.

Bella Devivo led the Vikings (9-2) with two home runs against the Eagles (3-7) at Paris.

Liz Deiterich had four hits and two RBIs and Katie Montelongo had a single in the sixth that drove in two runs to end the game.

Jaden Lohr had a single and Jaimey Weidner had a double for Mt. Ararat.

Atlantis Martin pitched a three-hitter with four strikeouts as the Knights (6-4) pulled away from Sacopee Valley (8-5) in a five-inning game at Poland.

The Knights scored three runs in the first, then ended it with five runs in the fourth and five in the fifth.

The Saints (4-6) scored three goals in the fourth quarter to complete a comeback against the Lakers (2-8) on senior night at Auburn.

Seniors Devdan Young and Lucas Pushard led with four and three goals. Aaron Thibault made nine saves in the win.

Zach Vogel scored three times for Lake Region, and Jason Harlow had a pair of goals and Jacob Lemery had one.

Charlotte Gastonguay scored 10 goals in the Blue Devils’ victory over the Shipbuilders in Bath.

Shauna LeBlanc added three goals for Lewiston, while Brie Dube scored twice and Ceci Miller and Lilly Gish tallied one goal apiece.

Mary Larochelle led Morse with three goals, while Kassidy Hart, Delaney Pascuzzo, Delaney Pascuzzo and Lillian Pomerleau each had one.