High School Sports
Results for Fri. May. 24
Maranacook 3, Maine Central Institute 2 box score
Sacopee Valley 7, Waynflete 0 box score
Maranacook 20, Maine Central Institute 19 box score
Noble 3, Cheverus 1 box score
Mt. Ararat 16, Oxford Hills 0
York 6, Freeport 11
Greely 3, Waynflete 12
North Yarmouth Academy 7, Cape Elizabeth 5
Messalonskee 8, Lewiston 7
Yarmouth 15, Falmouth 14
Noble 5, Windham 16
Bonny Eagle 13, McAuley 10
Kennebunk 8, Scarborough 13
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: NY Mets 5 St. Louis 2 (FINAL)
: Seattle 3 NY Yankees 2 (FINAL)
Milwaukee 1 Pittsburgh 7 (FINAL)
: Cincinnati 5 Miami 3 (FINAL - 10 INNINGS)
: Boston 4 Tampa Bay 3 (FINAL)
: Detroit 4 Texas 10 (FINAL)
: San Francisco 8 Colorado 6 (FINAL)
: Chicago Sox 5 LA Angels 4 (FINAL)
Washington 6 San Diego 2 (FINAL)
Indiana 75 New York 85 (FINAL)
San Antonio 94 Golden State 82 (FINAL)
NY Rangers 2 Boston 3 (FINAL - OT)
San Jose 3 Los Angeles 4 (FINAL)
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