FALMOUTH — Cam Guarino pitched a two-hitter with six strikeouts and Connor Aube had three hits with two RBI to lead Falmouth to a 10-1 victory against Greely in a Western Maine Conference baseball game Friday.
Aube hit an RBI single and the Yachtsmen (8-5) squeezed in two runs during a six-run fifth inning that gave them a 7-1 lead.
Robbie Armitage had two hits with three RBI for Falmouth against the Rangers (10-3).
POLAND 11, FREEPORT 10: Adam Mocciola had two hits, including a home run, drove in two runs and scored one for the Knights (4-10), who totaled seven runs over the final two innings to rally past the Falcons (4-8) at Poland.
Kaleb Banker added two hits, one RBI and a run, and Alex Biron scored a pair of runs and drove in one for the Knights, who trailed 10-8 going into the bottom of the seventh inning.
Jack Davenport and Peter LaMagna each had three hits, two runs and one RBI for Freeport. Nathanial Cyr and Bennett Hight drove in three runs apiece.
OCEANSIDE 1, BELFAST 0: Nick Mazurek struck out eight and walked one in a two-hitter to lift the Mariners (10-2) over the Lions (7-5) at Rockland.
Oceanside scored in the sixth inning when Zac Roman singled and later scored on a suicide squeeze by Caleb Jacob.
Emery Dinsmore pitched a three-hitter for Belfast with two strikeouts and no walks.
MEDOMAK VALLEY 8, CAMDEN HILLS 7: The Panthers (5-7) scored a pair of runs in the sixth inning to come from behind and edge the Windjammers (7-5) at Waldoboro.
Camden Hills scored five runs in the top of the sixth, including an RBI single by Ben Rollins and a sacrifice fly by Michael Wollf. Isaac Eustler drove in Ollie Brown with a single and Jackson Vail drove in Nick DePatsy for the winner.
CHEVERUS 4, MASSABESIC 3: Alex Libby had a two-run triple in the third inning as the Stags (9-3) took a 3-0 lead and held off the Mustangs (4-8) at Portland.
Chris Vallee had a double and single, and Logan McCarthy added a pair of hits for Cheverus.
SACOPEE VALLEY 4, TRAIP ACADEMY 2: Kyle Jordan’s two-run single capped a four-run fifth inning that gave the Hawks (10-1) the lead against Traip Academy (8-4) at South Hiram.
Brady Anderson also had an RBI single in the fifth.
YORK 10, YARMOUTH 6: Jordan Pidgeon and Christopher Neilson each had a two-run single as the Wildcats (11-2) scored six runs in the fifth inning to pull away from the Clippers (8-5) at Yarmouth.
Neilson had a triple and a single, and Cole Merritt added a double and a single for York.
KENNEBUNK 7, GRAY-NEW GLOUCESTER 5: The Rams (8-5) took advantage of four unearned runs and edged the Patriots (5-8) at Gray.
Ben Lary had a double and a single for Kennebunk, and Justin Wiggins and Richie Platt each added a pair of singles.
NORTH YARMOUTH ACADEMY 6, FRYEBURG ACADEMY 3: Trevor Lachance and Jake Rasch each had two goals and an assist to lead the Panthers (4-5) past Fryeburg (4-6) at Yarmouth.
Jeremiah Schrader scored twice for the Raiders.
KENNEBUNK 17, LAKE REGION 3: Jake Boothby had seven goals and an assist to lead Kennebunk (6-3) over the Lakers (0-9) at Naples.
Jack Graydon and Donovan Connor scored three times, and Patrick Gassman added two goals and four assists for the Rams. Zeke Tocci and Nick Lepage each had a goal and assist for Lake Region.
YARMOUTH 9, WAYNFLETE 1: Joe Oliva had four goals and an assist, and Anders Newberg three goals as the Clippers (7-2) beat Waynflete (6-3) in Yarmouth.
Will Armstrong made eight saves in goal for the Flyers, during a game played predominantly in the Waynflete end.
CAPE ELIZABETH 20, YORK 3: Connor Thoreck scored four goals, and Ben Shea collected two goals and six assists for the Capers (8-1) against the Wildcats (3-6) at Cape Elizabeth.
Griffin Thoreck added two goals and two assists, and R.J. Sarka, Riley Pillsbury and Reese McFarlane scored two goals apiece for Cape.
SOUTH PORTLAND 12, PORTLAND 2: Kam Andrews and Lucas Michaud scored three goals each to lead South Portland (8-1) past the Bulldogs (4-5) at Portland.
Jake Angell added two goals for the Red Riots, and Andrew Whipple had a goal and two assists.
CHEVERUS 18, WESTBROOK 11: Tom Lawson scored six goals and Nick Schleh added five as the Stags (4-5) beat Westbrook (7-2) at Portland.
Max Coffin added four goals and an assist for Cheverus. Both Lawson and Schlel also had a pair of assists. Curtis Knapton scored five goals, and Noah Oliver and Grayson Post added three each for the Blue Blazes.
GORHAM 15, WINDHAM 10: Mike Susi scored seven goals to lead the Rams (8-11) past Windham (6-3) at Gorham.
Alex York had four goals and three assists, and Tristan Brunet added three goals and one assist for Gorham. Griffin Jacobson scored four times for the Eagles, and Zack Callahan scored twice and assisted on a third goal.