KITTERY — Evan O’Donnell, Kendal Tatsak and Tom Fregeau strung together run-scoring singles in the seventh inning Wednesday as Old Orchard Beach broke a tie and defeated Traip Academy 5-2 in a Western Maine Conference baseball game.
Tatsak also hit an RBI single in the third, and Tyler Scott had a tying RBI double in the sixth for Old Orchard (2-1).
Mark Lambrecht and Alex Foye hit run-scoring singles for Traip (1-2).
YARMOUTH 2, FREEPORT 1: Jordan Brown struck out seven and walked one in a three-hitter to lead the Clippers (3-0) past the Falcons (0-3) at Yarmouth.
Luke Klenda doubled home C.J. Cawley, then scored on a wild pitch, giving Yarmouth the lead in the fourth.
Jack Davenport of Freeport allowed four hits, striking out six and walking none. Pete Lamagna singled and scored on a passed ball for the Falcons in the fourth.
FALMOUTH 3, CAPE ELIZABETH 1: Will D’Agostino hit a two-run double and Addison Foltmer added an RBI single as the Yachtsmen (2-0) scored all their runs in the first inning against the Capers (0-3) at Cape Elizabeth.
Jesse Melchiskey and Cam Guarino combined on a one-hitter for Falmouth.
Cape Elizabeth scored on three straight walks and a groundout in the fifth.
GREELY 18, LAKE REGION 2: Will Bryant and Alex McAdoo combined on a no-hitter with 11 strikeouts, and the Rangers (3-0) opened with a seven-run first inning against the Lakers (0-3) in a five-inning game at Cumberland.
Six of the first seven Greely batters walked against knuckleballer Charles McDonough. Tom Buchholz broke it open with a three-run triple.
Bryant hit a two-run homer in the third and Mike McDevitt’s two-run double highlighted a five-run fourth for Greely, which also scored four in the second.
Lake Region scored two runs on groundouts in the first after two batters reached on a dropped third strike and a walk. The Lakers had no base runners the rest of the way.
YORK 10, KENNEBUNK 6: Cole Merritt and Forest Kelley each singled in two runs in a six-run fifth inning as the Wildcats (2-1) went ahead for good against the Rams (0-3) at Kennebunk.
Merritt, Kelley, Derek Neal, Chris Nelson, Jordan Pidgeon and Sam Johnson each had a pair of hits for York.
Robbie Burns hit a two-run double, Kip Richard added a two-run single and Nick Emmons had three hits, including a solo homer in the seventh, for Kennebunk.
OCEANSIDE 7, ERSKINE ACADEMY 0: Nick Mazurek pitched a one-hitter with 10 strikeouts as the Mariners (4-0) defeated Erskine Academy (1-2) at South China.
Mazurek, who walked five, gave up a clean single to the second batter that he faced, Tyler Bailey.
Mazurek also had two RBI in the game, as did Zac Roman, who hit a two-run single in the sixth.
WINDHAM 6, GORHAM 4: Zach Alpern and Andrew Whiting each stroked two-run singles, giving Windham (2-1) a 5-0 lead over the Rams (0-3) in the first inning at Gorham.
Zach Conley hit the first pitch of the game for a triple.
Trent Bassingthwaite had a double and scored twice for Gorham.
MONMOUTH ACADEMY 13, MT. ABRAM 3: Alex Curtis had three hits, including a triple, to lead the Mustangs (3-0) over the Roadrunners (0-1) at Monmouth.
Kyle Fletcher and Brett Wilson had doubles for Monmouth.
GREELY 4, NORTH YARMOUTH ACADEMY 1: Mitch Mullin scored three goals for Greely (2-0) against North Yarmouth Academy (0-2) at Cumberland.
MT. ARARAT 6, EDWARD LITTLE 4: Jeremy Williams scored two goals as Mt. Ararat (3-1) beat Edward Little (0-3) at Auburn.
Jack Mickles added a goal and three assists for the Eagles. Henry Nguyen scored twice for the Eddies.
BRUNSWICK 10, MESSALONSKEE 8: Owen Ginty scored two of his four goals in the final 4:20 to lift the Dragons (3-0) over the Eagles (2-1) at Brunswick.
Cam Glover added three goals and two assists, and T.J. Sullivan had two goals and two assists for Brunswick, which trailed 6-4 at halftime.
MT. BLUE 5, LINCOLN ACADEMY 4: Sam Taylor had two goals and Leo Flannery made 14 saves for the Cougars at Farmington.
Connor Rouillard and Tanner Bessey each finished with one goal and one assist, and Liam Welch also scored for Mt. Blue. Alex Gilbert led the Cougars with nine ground balls.
GARDINER 10, OAK HILL 5: The Tigers (1-0) used a 41-21 advantage in shots to down Oak Hill (1-2) at Gardiner.
Josh Caldwell led Gardiner with three goals, and Skylar McMillan and Adrian Heath added two apiece.
Alex Nadeau, Walker Norton and Jake Truman also scored, and J.D. Crocker made eight saves for Gardiner.
Alex Mace scored twice for the Raiders; Steven Gilbert, Kyle Flaherty and Kyle Terbo added one goal each. Matt Martin made 14 saves for Oak Hill.
MARANACOOK/WINTHROP 17, ST. DOMINIC 1: Toby Smith and Zach Glazier each scored five goals as the Hawks (2-0) rolled past the Saints (0-2) at Readfield.
Denver Cram had three goals and four assists for the Hawks.