Tuesday, March 11, 2014
From staff reports
FRYEBURG - Zach Heath and Jordan Williams hit back-to-back RBI doubles in the sixth inning Friday, breaking a scoreless tie and leading Lake Region to a 3-0 victory against Fryeburg Academy in a Western Maine Conference baseball game.
Williams scattered seven hits to earn the victory for the Lakers (1-3) against the Raiders (2-2).
CAPE ELIZABETH 10, GRAY-NEW GLOUCESTER 5: Zachery Culver had two doubles, a single and an RBI, Chad Peterson drove in two runs, and the Capers (2-2) took advantage of seven errors to down the Patriots (1-4) at Gray.
After each team scored five in the first inning, Cape Elizabeth took the lead with two in the second on a pair of errors, a double by Tim Brigham and an RBI single by Matthew Denison.
Mitchell Giles drove in two for Gray-New Gloucester.
LINCOLN ACADEMY 7, BELFAST 6: Israel Daiute manufactured the decisive run as the Eagles (3-1) beat Belfast (2-2) at Newcastle.
Daiute singled, stole second, stole third and continued home when the throw was high. The run gave Lincoln a 7-4 lead and proved decisive when the Lions scored twice in the seventh.
Daiute singled and scored in the second when Lincoln rapped seven singles to take a 6-0 lead.
MORSE 11, MT. VIEW 0: Paul Whalen doubled, drove in a run and scored twice, and Keegan McDonough threw four shutout innings as the Shipbuilders (4-1) downed the Mustangs (1-4) in five innings at Thorndike.
Aaron Doughty added two hits, an RBI and a run.
OCEANSIDE 6, CAMDEN HILLS 5: Matt Zable scored the winning run on a wild pitch in the bottom of the seventh inning as the Mariners (2-3) scored the final four runs to rally past the Windjammers (2-2) at Rockland.
Nick Mazurek, Dan Hendricks, Zach Peaco and Ryan Allendar had two hits apiece for Oceanside.
GREELY 9, POLAND 0: Bailey Train gave up one hit and struck out six over five shutout innings, and also hit a double with one RBI and one run as the Rangers (4-0) downed the Knights (2-3) at Poland.
Miles Shields added two hits, a walk, an RBI and a run for Greely.
WELLS 12, SACOPEE VALLEY 2: Bennie McMinnis struck out seven while holding Sacopee Valley (1-4) to four hits during a six-inning victory for the Warriors (1-3) at Wells.
Gus Heptig followed Matt Fisher's two-run single with a two-run line double to left-center as Wells broke a 0-0 tie with a seven-run third inning. Dan Quint's two-run single in the sixth ended the game.
OLD ORCHARD BEACH 7, YARMOUTH 4: Pitcher Anthony Langella-Laws had a solid all-around game for the Seagulls (3-1) against the Clippers (3-1) at Yarmouth.
Langella-Laws, who pitched six innings, struck out one, picked off three runners and handled five comebackers, including three that were well-struck.
He also doubled, singled and had an RBI.
Quincy Grace had three hits with two RBI, and struck out the side in the seventh for the save.
Mike Smith hit a two-run double for Yarmouth.
FALMOUTH 11, FREEPORT 3: Thomas Fortier's two-run single capped a five-run fourth inning as Falmouth (2-0) opened a 9-3 lead against the Falcons (1-3) at Freeport.
SKOWHEGAN 9, BREWER 6: John Swett had two singles and two RBI to lead the Indians (3-2) past Brewer (2-2) at Skowhegan.
Cam Nelson, Kaleb Brown and Henry Ametti each had two hits for Skowhegan, including a double by Nelson. Taylor Bacon earned the win for the Indians, going six innings and striking out three.
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