STANDISH – Kevin Moskevich had three hits, drove in three runs and was the winning pitcher Tuesday as Bonny Eagle downed Windham 6-5 in a Telegram League game.

Moskevich hit an RBI triple in the first inning and an RBI single in the third, and singled home the winning run in the fifth.

Rob Hamilton hit a two-run triple during a four-run fifth for Windham (3-2). Hamilton also had a double and was the Eagles’ only repeat hitter.

Tyler Ruby and Joe Davis each had two hits for the Scots (3-1).

 

DEERING 4, KENNEBUNK 0: Devin Fitzgerald had a single, a double and an RBI to lead visiting Deering (4-1) over Kennebunk (1-3).

Sam Balzano added two hits and an RBI for Deering.

Rusty French hit a single to break up Travis Wade’s no-hitter.

 

WESTBROOK 12, NOBLE 2: Joe Quinlan and Sam Stauble each had three hits and three RBI as the Blue Blazes (2-2) handled the Knights (0-4) in five innings at Westbrook.

Scott Heath had two doubles and three RBI, and Zach Collett had two hits for Westbrook, which went ahead 7-0 with a five-run second.

Chris Varden hit a single and a double for Noble.

 

BIDDEFORD 5, GORHAM 3: Tyler Parker hit an RBI double in the sixth inning and Nick Gagne followed with a two-run triple as Biddeford (2-3) defeated the Rams (1-3) at Gorham.

Chris Jones finished with two RBI for the Tigers, bringing one home with a groundout in the second and adding to the sixth-inning rally with a double.

Nate McKeown pitched a complete game for Biddeford. He struck out three, walked one and allowed nine hits.

Abe Kilborn led Gorham with three hits and two RBI.

 

BANGOR 8, ERSKINE ACADEMY 2: The Rams (7-0) scored four runs in the fourth inning and three in the fifth to beat the Eagles (1-6) at Bangor.

Shyler Scates had two singles for Erskine.

Lonnie Hackett and Luke Hattermann doubled for Bangor.

 

MT. BLUE 4, SKOWHEGAN 1: Alec Wallace homered for the Cougars (2-5), who beat Skowhegan (0-6) at Farmington.

Shane Smith added a double and Jimmy Neil threw a five-hitter for Mt. Blue.

Mike Saucier hit three singles for Skowhegan.

BOYS’ LACROSSE

MT. ARARAT 17, OXFORD HILLS 3: Dylan Bousquet-Smith scored eight goals, set up five others and collected a team-high nine ground balls for the Eagles (1-2) against the Vikings (1-4) at Topsham.

Will Bouchard had three goals, three assists and eight ground balls, and Josh Richards had three goals, two assists and four ground balls for Mt. Ararat.

Colin Tucker, Andy Ripley and Dana Aube scored for Oxford Hills.

GIRLS’ LACROSSE

MARSHWOOD 12, BIDDEFORD 1: Erica Sedler had five goals and three assists to help Marshwood (3-0) down Biddeford (0-3) at South Berwick.

Mallory McPherson added three goals, and Natasha Chabot had two goals and an assist.

 

MASSABESIC 13, NOBLE 1: Amber Rollins scored four goals to lead the Mustangs (2-0) over the Knights (0-3) at North Berwick.

Meghan Smith added three goals.

China Page made 21 saves and Ally Roets scored for Noble.

 

GORHAM 17, BONNY EAGLE 10: Mia Rapolla scored 11 goals to pace the Rams (3-0) against the Scots (1-2) at Standish.

Kali St. Germain added three goals for Gorham.

Kate Boyer led Bonny Eagle with three goals.

 

YORK 9, GREELY 8: Emily Garry scored her third goal of the game with five minutes left to break an 8-8 tie and lift the Wildcats (3-1) over the Rangers (0-3) at Cumberland.

Ashley Taylor also finished with three goals for York, which led 4-2 at halftime.

Kylie Ross had three goals and an assist, and Melanie Howland added two goals for the Rangers.

 

NORTH YARMOUTH ACADEMY 13, FALMOUTH 10: Lilly Wellenbach scored four goals and one assist to lead the Panthers (3-1) over the Yachtsmen (3-1) at Yarmouth.

Down by three just before the half, Kate Millett had three goals and one assist to pace a second-half comeback.

Alex Bernier led Falmouth, scoring four goals and one assist. Jessica DiPhilippo added a pair of goals.

 

GARDINER 11, MORSE 7: Becca Paradee had five goals and two assists as Gardiner (3-1) downed Morse (2-2) at Bath.

Ali Prince added three goals and Jen Day scored twice for Gardiner, which has won three straight. Brooke Davis also scored and Caitlin Phillips had two assists. Haley Thibeau made seven saves.

Lindsay Watts and Tori Field each finished with two goals for Morse. Crystal Leavitt had five saves.