CAPE ELIZABETH – Cam Brown’s RBI single capped a two-out, two-run rally in the bottom of the sixth inning, and Cape Elizabeth remained unbeaten with a 6-5 victory over Greely in a Western Maine Conference baseball game Monday.

Pinch hitter A.J. Frustaci singled home the tying run, then advanced on a wild pitch and scored on Brown’s hit.

Will Pierce relieved starter Conor Moloney in the top of the sixth and struck out the side in the seventh to secure the win.

The Capers (5-0) built a 3-0 lead in the first inning on RBI singles by Kyle Piscopo, Rob McDonald, and Tanner Garrity.

Greely (3-1) scored four runs in the fourth for a 5-3 lead, highlighted by Pete Stauber’s two-run single.


FALMOUTH 10, GRAY-NEW GLOUCESTER 1: Ben Burns hit a tiebreaking two-run homer in the fourth inning, and E.J. Rogers went 3 for 3 with a triple and two runs scored as the Yachtsmen (3-1) pulled away from the Patriots (0-5) at Falmouth.

Gray-NG opened the scoring in the top of the third on an RBI single by Taylor Valente.

Falmouth broke the game open with six runs in the sixth. Joe Barnes and Matt MacDowell each drove in two runs during the rally.

Mitch Beaulieu struck out six and scattered seven hits to earn the win.


LAKE REGION 2, WELLS 1: Zack Allen and Josh VanEeuwen combined for 13 strikeouts as the Lakers (2-2) downed the Warriors (2-4) at Naples.

Allen fanned 11 and gave up a run on three hits and five walks in 52/3 innings. VanEeuwen came on with runners on first and second and retired all four batters he faced.

Josh Ingalls of Wells scored on a groundout in the top of the second, but Lake Region took the lead in the bottom half when Adam Shane singled home Josh Robbins and scored on an error.


FRYEBURG ACADEMY 9, FREEPORT 4: Kirk Hubbard doubled to start a nine-run second inning, then had a two-run single later in the inning as the Raiders (1-4) beat the Falcons (1-4) at Fryeburg.

Tanner Wentworth also singled home two runs.

Freeport’s only hits were a pair of singles by Spencer Egan.


YARMOUTH 16, POLAND 2: Travis Merrill and Luke Pierce hit back-to-back homers during an eight-run second inning, and the Clippers (5-0) rolled to a five-inning, mercy-rule win over the Knights (1-4) at Yarmouth.

Yarmouth finished with 20 hits.


TRAIP ACADEMY 15, SACOPEE VALLEY 4: Eric Spear was a single shy of the cycle, drove in three runs and struck out eight as the Raiders (4-0) beat the Hawks in a five-inning game at South Hiram.

Mark McKenney was 3 for 3 with three RBI.

Adam Routes had two hits and two RBI for Sacopee Valley.


GEORGES VALLEY 14, MONMOUTH ACADEMY 2: Alec Young was 3 for 4 with three RBI and struck out eight in four scoreless innings to lead the Buccaneers (2-1) past the Mustangs (0-3) in a five-inning game at Monmouth.


HALL-DALE 11, BOOTHBAY 4: Ryan Leach had four hits, and Nick Sinclair added three hits and four RBI for the Bulldogs in a win over the Seahawks (0-4) at Farmingdale.


WINTHROP 7, WISCASSET 6: Tyler Reeve singled home Tyler Arsenault in the bottom of the seventh as the Ramblers won their season opener against the Redskins (2-3) at Winthrop.

Chris Brawn had a two-run single for Wiscasset.


WATERVILLE 11, CAMDEN HILLS 1: J.T. Whitten hit a three-run double as the Purple Panthers (5-0) beat the Windjammers (3-2) in a six-inning game at Waterville.


GREELY 16, WAYNFLETE 12: Austin Spencer and Teddy Russell scored six goals apiece, and the Rangers (2-1) overcame a 6-2 first-quarter deficit against the Flyers (1-2) at Cumberland.

Paul Witte added a goal and five assists.

Waynflete was led by Chris Burke with five goals and two assists and Jay Witte with four goals and three assists.


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