WINDHAM — Nick Leblond hit a two-run double during a five-run fifth inning Saturday that helped lift Biddeford to an 8-2 victory against Windham in a Telegram League baseball game.

Leblond finished with three RBI. Patrick Wilson added three hits with two doubles and two RBI, and Zach Jacques had two hits and two RBI for the Tigers (7-8). Nate McKeown tossed a five-hitter for the win.

Mitchell Hodge had an RBI double for the Eagles (12-3).

THORNTON ACADEMY 3, GORHAM 2: Dillon Dunbar hit an RBI single and Dylan Morton added a two-run double during a three-run first inning for the Trojans (9-6), who held off the Rams (3-12) at Gorham.

Brandon Briggs gave up two runs on five hits and struck out four over four innings to earn the win. Alex Lowe pitched a scoreless fifth and Carlton Pendleton closed the game with two scoreless innings.

Mark Ridgeway hit an RBI single during Gorham’s two-run fourth, and Elliot Speirs struck out four over four scoreless innings of relief for the Rams.

MARSHWOOD 11, SOUTH PORTLAND 3: Troy Pappas struck out six and walked two in a six-hitter, and also hit a two-run homer as the Hawks (13-2) downed the Red Riots (5-10) at South Portland.

Max McCoomb added three hits, an RBI and a run for Marshwood, and Matt Brenner went 2 for 4 with three RBI.

KENNEBUNK 8, NOBLE 6: Kip Richard singled home two runs to cap a three-run sixth that gave the Rams (6-9) a 7-4 lead against the Knights (4-11) at North Berwick.

Nick Emmons chipped in two doubles and two RBI, and Rob Ecklund was 2 for 4 with three runs for Kennebunk.

SCARBOROUGH 8, MASSABESIC 2: Sam Terry went 3 for 4 with an RBI and two runs, and Greg Viola added a double and two RBI for the Red Storm (13-2), who used a six-run fifth inning to pull away from the Mustangs (6-9) at Waterboro.

Nick Bagley finished with two hits and scored a run, and Connor McCann scattered six singles over five innings of relief to earn the win.

Brian Wardwell had three hits and Jacob Pelchat added two for Massabesic.

CHEVERUS 7, SANFORD 3: Nick Melville hit a go-ahead two-run single in a four-run sixth inning as Cheverus (11-4) took a 6-3 lead at Sanford (5-10).

Louie DiStasio was 3 for 3 with a home run in the third inning, and Harry Ridge pitched a complete game for the win.

Ryan Camire was 4 for 4 with a run and an RBI for Sanford.

FALMOUTH 12, FREEPORT 2: Thomas Fortier pitched a six-hitter and Falmouth (13-2) used a six-run fifth inning to pull away from the Falcons (10-6) at Freeport.

The Falcons took the lead with back-to-back homers from Josh Weirich and Caleb Farmer in the second inning, but Seamus Powers’ two-run double helped the Yachtsmen go up 3-2 in the third.
Addison Foltmer’s two-run single and Ryan Conley’s RBI double keyed the fifth-inning rally.
Fortier struck out four and walked none, and Falmouth turned four double plays.


YORK 7, FREEPORT 5: Kyle Robinson and Conor O’Brien scored two goals apiece for the Wildcats (7-4), who took a 6-3 halftime lead and held off the Falcons (2-9) at Freeport.
Mitchell Fleri added a goal and two assists, and Shane Hughes had one goal and one assist for York.

MASSABESIC 12, SOUTH PORTLAND 8: Jacob Desrochers and Pat Wyman scored four goals apiece to lead Massabesic (4-7) over the Red Riots (4-8) at South Portland.
Steven Chaves added three goals for the Mustangs, who led 11-6 at the half.


STATE SINGLES: The top three boys’ and girls’ seeds advanced to the semifinals of the state singles tournament with a pair of victories at Colby College.

Defending champion Patrick Ordway of Waynflete lost a total of four games in his two matches against Jai Aslam of Messalonskee and Satchel McCarthy of Cape Elizabeth. His semifinal opponent Monday will be fifth-seeded Jordan Friedland of Lincoln Academy. No. 2 Justin Brogan of Falmouth will face third-seeded Matt Gilman of Cape Elizabeth.

Girls’ No. 1 seed Maisie Silverman of Brunswick fought off a challenge from Waterville’s Colleen O’Donnell in the quarterfinals, winning 7-5, 6-1. She’ll be joined in the semifinals by three Falmouth players — No. 2 Annie Criscione, No. 3 Analise Kump and No. 5 Olivia Leavitt.