SACO — Jeff Gelinas pitched a four-hit shutout and doubled in a run in the first inning Tuesday, and Fayette-Staples went on to a 3-0 victory against Massabesic in a six-inning Zone 5 American Legion baseball game.

The game was called after six innings because of lightning.

Gelinas struck out four and walked one for Fayette-Staples (13-4).

Hunter Duncan of Massabesic (11-6) struck out five, walked three and allowed five hits.

OA-YARMOUTH 2, MOODY’S COLLISION 1: Justin McKenna hit a two-run double in the second inning as OA-Yarmouth (8-9) beat visiting Moody’s Collision (8-9).

Spencer Egan of OA-Yarmouth struck out 11, walked one and scattered six hits.

CUMBERLAND SWEEPS BRISTOL SEAFOOD: Bailey Train had pivotal hits in both games as Cumberland defeated Bristol Seafood 8-4 and 4-0 in a game stopped due to darkness after five innings at Cumberland.

Sam Proter and Train had RBI singles in the second inning of the opener to help Cumberland take a 5-0 lead. Connor Russell, the starter, finished with seven strikeouts, no walks and allowed just three hits.

In the second game, Ben Shain hit an RBI double in the fifth inning for Cumberland and Train followed with a two-run homer. Shain combined with starter Jonah Normandeau and Liam Pulkulski to pitch five innings of no-hit ball.

FIRST TITLE 2, FALMOUTH 1: Nic Lops drove in Louis DiStasio with the winning run on a fifth-inning double as visiting First Title (11-6) nipped Falmouth (10-7).

Mitchell Powers, Nate Smith and DiStasio combined for 10 strikeouts and one walk in a five-hitter. Addison Foltmer of Falmouth allowed four hits.

SACO-BIDDEFORD SAVINGS (WESTBROOK), ANDREWS SPLIT: SBS-Westbrook scored a run in each of the first three innings to win the opener 3-2, and Andrews totaled five runs in the fourth and fifth innings to win the second game 7-2 at Westbrook.

Sam Stauble, who had two hits in both games, and Brett Goodenow hit run-scoring singles for SBS-Westbrook. Kyle Heath scored the go-ahead run on a sacrifice fly by Keenan Lowe.

Zack Bean pitched a complete game with eight strikeouts for the win.

Tim Rovnak hit an RBI single in the second, when Andrews scored both of its runs.

In the second game, which was shortened to five innings, Adam Berg and Travis Godbout each drove in a run in the three-run fourth for Andrews.

Caleb Fraser went all five innings for the victory.


SOUTH PORTLAND 6, LIBBY-MITCHELL 1: Joey Gleason and Thomas Richards knocked in one run each, and Griffin Henderson made a pivotal defensive play and finished with three hits to lead South Portland (6-7) past visiting Libby-Mitchell (9-5) in a rain-shortened five innings.

BRUNO’S 10, FIRST TITLE 3: Logan McCarthy went 4 for 4 and drove in two runs to help Bruno’s (13-2) defeat First Title (4-10) at Portland.

Bobby Lajoie-Eames of Bruno’s gave up five hits, struck out six and walked one. Owen Pence delivered three RBI, going 4 for 5.

CHASE CUSTOM HOMES 16, FAYETTE-STAPLES 3: Chase Custom Holmes (7-7) totaled 18 hits against Fayette-Staples (2-11) in a game shorted to five innings bcause of lightning at Gorham.

Andrew Schmidt, Kenny Tuttle and Jesse Leavitt each had three hits. Schmidt and Tuttle also had three RBI, and Leavitt drove in two runs.

Doug Beahm and Eric Parlin added a pair of hits as the other repeat hitters.

WINDHAM MERCHANTS 10, BRUNSWICK 2: Dan Hanson scattered six hits and struck out nine to lead Windham Merchants over visiting Brunswick.

Jack Butts had two hits, including an RBI double in the third inning when Windham went ahead 9-0 after scoring a run in the first and four in the second.

Jason Blier and Cam Heatley each had two hits for Brunswick.

GRAY-NEW GLOUCESTER-SMITH-TOBEY: At Gray, Tyler Credit hit a two-run double in the 12th inning to give Gray-New Gloucester a win in the completion of a suspended game from June 28. The game had ended after 10 innings due to darkness, tied at 4-4.

Brandon Hubbard, through the two games, recorded 13 strikeouts and five walks over 11 innings, allowing three hits.

The teams then began their scheduled game but it was suspended due to lightning with Smith-Tobey leading 6-4 through four innings. Gray-New Gloucester is 5-6; Smith-Tobey is 5-8.


SANFORD 7, LACONIA 4: The Sanford Mainers (9-17) won at home, scoring seven runs in the seventh inning to beat the Laconia Muskrats (11-20).

The Mainers put together four hits and took advantage of four errors in the seventh. After Will Cooper and Jose Torralba singled in runs, the Mainers added five runs the inning, all on errors.

Reliever Evan Chamberlain won it, shutting out the Muskrats over the final three innings.