BIDDEFORD – Cam Jackman hit the go-ahead single and Ryder Kenney singled in two more in the eighth inning Tuesday as Fayette-Staples downed Biddeford Savings Bank 6-3 in an American Legion Zone 5 baseball game.

Alex Fallon hit a solo home run and Drew Gelinas tossed three innings of scoreless relief for Fayette-Staples (8-4) of Saco.

Casey Twomey and Cory Brown had RBI singles for Biddeford Savings Bank (6-6).

 

ANDREWS 3, CUMBERLAND 3: Mike Leeman, Jim Whitaker and Pete Stauber, Greely’s first three batters of the game, each scored as Greely (4-3-2) took a 3-0 lead against Portland (9-0-2) in a game called after eight innings at Cumberland.

Caleb Fraser held Greely scoreless the rest of the way, allowing three hits.

Portland scored single runs in the third and fourth before Ryan Ruhlin scored on Evan Gallant’s seventh-inning sacrifice fly to force extra innings.

 

FIRST TITLE OF MAINE 4, POST 128 1: Logan McCarthy singled home Brad Carney and scored on Felix del Vecchio’s single as Cheverus (2-8) scored twice in the first inning against Bonny Eagle (2-7) at Portland.

Carney, who tripled in the first, added an RBI single in the second to widen the lead to 3-0.

Nate Smith of Cheverus struck out six, allowing five hits and no earned runs.

 

LIBBY-MITCHELL 7, SACO & BIDDEFORD SAVINGS BANK OF WESTBROOK 5: Tim Bridgham’s two-run double was one of the three doubles by Scarborough (3-7) during a six-run fifth inning at Scarborough.

Seth Dobueski started the rally with a double before scoring on Joey Schnier’s single. Sam Kozlowski’s RBI double concluded the rally.

 

POST 91 TITANS 3, BONANZA 2: Cory Halliday hit a grounder up the middle with the bases loaded in the bottom of the seventh inning to give the Post 91 Titans (2-8) a victory against Bonanza (4-9) at North Berwick.

Brett Burke allowed five hits over seven innings and scored for the Titans.

Ethan Gouin had a double and a triple with an RBI for Bonanza.

 

MOODY’S COLLISION 9, MORRILL POST 2: Alex Yankowski pitched six innings of three-hit baseball, and also had two hits with an RBI and a run to lead Gorham (10-0) at home.

Damon Wallace added a pair of hits with two RBI and three runs for Gorham.

 

MOODY’S COLLISION 2, SACO & BIDDEFORD SAVINGS BANK OF WESTBROOK 1: Nick Greatorex singled home Dillon Turner and Spencer Lapierre, providing the margin for victory for Gorham (11-0) after Westbrook took a 1-0 lead in the top of the inning as Derek Bouchard singled and scored on an error.

JUNIOR LEGION

FALMOUTH 5, OA YARMOUTH 2: Matt Barnard and Tyler Gee had RBI singles, and Hogan Tracy scattered six hits for visiting Falmouth.

 

CHASE CUSTOM HOMES 5, SOUTH PORTLAND 4: Tom Dahlborg had an RBI double to spark a late rally for visiting Chase Custom Holmes (9-2) against South Portland (6-5).

Cam Smith singled home Dahlborg to make it 4-4 and later scored the third run of the top of the seventh inning on an error.

 

STANDISH POST 128 1, FIRST TITLE 0: Reid Wallingford and Eddie Maxwell combined on a two-hitter for Standish Post 128 at home.

Wallington pitched the first four innings, striking out one and walking none for his first win. Maxwell struck out two and walked one over the final three innings for the save. Each allowed one hit.

Kyle Jordan doubled home Mike Head with one out in the third inning.

NECBL

MAINERS 8, PILGRIMS 5: Connor Castellano went 3 for 4 with three RBI to propel the Mainers (11-12) past the Pilgrims (8-15) at Sanford.

Cole Martin and Nic Wilson each drove in two runs for Sanford.

LITTLE LEAGUE SOFTBALL 11-12

SCARBOROUGH 10, HERMON 1: Kaitlyn Verreault tossed a two-hitter with 10 strikeouts after struggling in the first inning, and Laura Powell provided the offense for Scarborough, which reached the championship round at the state tournament in Rockland.

Verreault walked four and Breanne Oakes hit an RBI single in the first.

Powell finished with two singles with three runs and two RBI.

Laura Katie Windsor struck out nine and Oakes had both hits for Hermon, which will play Kennebunk in an elimination game at 5 p.m. Wednesday.