PORTLAND – Nick Bagley hit a two-run triple in the 14th inning Saturday to help Scarborough to a 6-3 victory against Cheverus in a Telegram League baseball game.

Cheverus (13-2) entered as the top-ranked team in Western Class A.

Joe Cronin struck out 11, allowing two hits and six walks over 91/3 shutout innings of relief to earn the win for the Red Storm (11-4).

Cheverus starter Louie DiStasio pitched nine innings, allowing one earned run with nine strikeouts.

Nic Lops and Jack Bushey had two hits and an RBI apiece for the Stags.

DEERING 3, MARSHWOOD 2: Regular second baseman Matt Bevilacqua got his first start on the mound and threw a four-hitter as the Rams (12-3) edged the Hawks (10-5) at Portland.

Jared Bell, playing second base in place of Bevilacqua, led off the third inning with a walk and later scored on a throwing error. Bell led off the fifth with a double, and his pinch runner, John Hardy, scored the winner.

WATERVILLE 3, LINCOLN ACADEMY 1: Kyle Bishop drove in the go-ahead run with a single in the fifth inning to help Waterville (12-2) defeat Lincoln Academy (11-4) at Newcastle.

MT. VIEW 3, ROCKLAND 1: Adam Higgins struck out four in a seven-hitter for the Mustangs (2-13), who scored a run in the sixth inning and two in the seventh to rally past the Tigers (10-5) at Rockland.

GORHAM 5, PORTLAND 4: Steve Broy drove in the tying and go-ahead runs with a two-out, two-run double during a three-run sixth inning as the Rams (5-10) rallied past the Bulldogs (5-10) at Gorham.

Mike Arsenault sparked Gorham’s sixth with a leadoff double and came around to score on a single by Justin Roy.

GEORGES VALLEY 18, BOOTHBAY REGION 3: Georges Valley provided 14 hits to help junior Ethan Hyvarinen win his first varsity start as the Buccaneers (6-8) defeated the Seahawks (0-14) in five innings at Boothbay Harbor.

WESTBROOK 5, WINDHAM 3: Joe Quinlan reached on an error and scored on a fielder’s choice by Scott Heath to give the Blue Blazes (14-1) a 4-2 lead in the seventh inning, and Westbrook held off the Eagles (7-8) at Windham.

Quinlan and Sam Stauble each drove in a run in the second inning for Westbrook.

BIDDEFORD 7, SANFORD 6: Nick Gagne ended the game with a two-run single in the seventh inning as the Tigers (9-6) beat Sanford (2-13) at Biddeford.

Gagne was 4 for 4 with two doubles and four RBI.

NORTH YARMOUTH ACADEMY 6, WAYNFLETE 2: Ryan Salerno won his second game in four days, throwing a three-hitter to power the Panthers (12-3) past the Flyers (7-4) at Yarmouth.

Salerno struck out six.

SOFTBALL

SCARBOROUGH 13, DEERING 0: Erin Giles pitched a four-hitter as the Red Riots (14-1) defeated the Rams (3-13) at Portland.

Giles struck out 10 with no walks. She also had a pair of hits, including a triple.

SCARBOROUGH 13, CHEVERUS 4: Alyssa Williamson had a grand slam in the fourth inning as the Red Riots (13-1) pulled away from the Stags (2-13) at Scarborough.

Abby Rutt hit a three-run homer in the second inning for Scarborough. She finished with four RBI.

BIDDEFORD 4, SANFORD 1: Sarah Gilblair threw a three-hitter and allowed one run to lead the Tigers (11-4) past the Redskins (8-7) at Biddeford.

Gilblair also had an RBI in the first inning. Heather Fecteau knocked in a run for Biddeford.

BOYS’ LACROSSE

LEWISTON 15, EDWARD LITTLE 1: Curtis Robinson had four goals and three assists as the Blue Devils (11-1) cruised past the Red Eddies (2-9) at Lewiston.

MASSABESIC 9, BIDDEFORD 3: Pat Wyman scored three goals to lead the Mustangs (6-5) over the Tigers (1-9) at Biddeford.

Jordan Levesque added two goals and four assists, Jake Desrochers had two goals and an assist, and Tyler Fournier finished with 10 saves for the Mustangs.

GIRLS’ LACROSSE

CAMDEN HILLS 16, LINCOLN ACADEMY 15: Addie Drinkwater scored five goals, and Julie Beauchesne and Caroline Matteo added three each as the Windjammers (1-10) edged the Eagles (1-9) at Newcastle.

SOUTH PORTLAND 12, WINDHAM 5: Kirsten Kane made 12 saves and held the Eagles (7-5) scoreless in the second half for the Red Riots (10-1) at Windham.

Felicia Farnham had three goals and two assists for South Portland. Becca Roberts also scored three times, two in the second half during a 6-0 run.