Riley Bartell drove in the go-ahead run with a fielder’s choice grounder in the fifth inning as Deering earned a 5-4 win over Marshwood in an SMAA baseball game Thursday.

Deering (5-5) took a 3-0 lead in the second inning on an RBI single by Keegan Stanton and a two-run single by Rob Dacey.

Marshwood (2-8) tied it in the third, thanks to a two-run double by Max Horton and an RBI single by Holden Jackman.

The Rams then got two runs in the fifth, with an insurance run scoring on an error.

The Hawks pulled close on Jack Cahill’s RBI single in the sixth, but winning pitcher James Sinclair escaped a jam in the seventh to secure the victory, despite allowing 11 hits.

Horton and Jackman each finished with three hits.

CHEVERUS 11, SANFORD 1: Dominic Casale hit a two-run single to spark a five-run outburst in the bottom of the first inning, and the Stags (11-0) remained unbeaten with a five-inning win over the Spartans (3-8) in Sanford.

Casale finished with three hits and three RBI. Jack Casale also had three hits, including a triple and a double, and scored three runs, and Maxx St. John had three hits and scored twice.

WELLS 9, GREELY 2: Cameren Cousins pitched a five-hitter and also drove in three runs to lead the Warriors (8-3) past the Rangers (8-3) in Wells.

Wells, ahead 1-0 after one inning, expanded the margin to 4-0 in the fourth when Tyler Carpenter singled home Matt Tufts and Gary Andrews before scoring on a single by Cousins.

Liam Bell, Tufts, Tyler Bridge and Carpenter each finished with two hits. Carpenter also had three RBI.

SOUTH PORTLAND 9, MASSABESIC 1: Hunter Owen pitched six scoreless innings of one-hit, nine-strikeout baseball for the Red Riots (8-3) against Massabesic (1-11) in South Portland.

South Portland took the lead in the first when Jake Pool singled home Sam Troiano and Riley Hasson. The Riots added another run in the second and broke the game open with six in the fourth. Zack Johnson rapped a two-run single, Gordon Whittemore and Hasson each added an RBI single, and Nick Caristinos drove in a run with a groundout.

The Mustangs got on the board in the seventh when Alex Schepis came home on Noah McGrath’s single.

SCARBOROUGH 6, NOBLE 2: Zoltan Panyi’s two-run single capped a three-run third inning as Scarborough (7-4) pulled out to a 5-2 lead against the Knights (4-7) in North Berwick.

Cameron Seymour had scored on a groundout by Zachary Alofs before Wyatt Plummer and Morgan Pratt came across on Panyi’s hit.

Alofs and Panyi had two hits apiece, and Nolan Lamontagne drove home two runs.

Noble’s Duncan McGilvery singled twice and drove in a run.

GORHAM 5, BONNY EAGLE 4: Ben Nelson singled home two runs as Gorham (10-2) scored five times in the second inning and held on for a victory against the Scots (2-9) in Standish.

Logan Drouin belted a two-out solo home run to begin the decisive rally.

Kolby Lambert singled home William Whyte and Connor Sirois scored on an error as Bonny Eagle got two runs in the fourth.

Nelson and David Drew finished with two singles each for Gorham. Lambert had a double and two singles for the Scots.

CARRABEC/MADISON 12, MONMOUTH 4: Aaron Morgan had four hits, including a double, and the Cobras (9-3) broke a 4-4 tie with five runs in the fifth inning against the Mustangs (8-4), at Monmouth.

Evan Bess, Ryan Emery, Dylan Willette, Zach Belanger and Jordan Hadley contributed two hits apiece for the Cobras, who are ranked No. 1 in Class B South.

Hunter Richardson hit a single and a double for Monmouth.


KENNEBUNK 9, FREEPORT 7: The Rams (4-4) overcame a 19-save effort by Garrison Thompson to beat the Falcons (1-6) in Freeport.

Kaleb Barrett scored three goals for Freeport, and Connor Dostie added two goals and an assist.

BRUNSWICK 15, LEWISTON 8: Josh Dorr scored five goals as the Dragons (9-0) handled the Blue Devils (5-4) in Brunswick.

Aiden Glover added four goals and an assist, while Christian Glover tallied three goals. Brunswick goalie Connor Pendergast made 12 saves.

Jayden Wilson and Alex Rivet each had three goals for Lewiston.

CONY 8, MORSE 7: Chad Bickford scored four goals, including the winner in overtime, to lift the Rams (5-3) over the Shipbuilders (2-5) in Augusta.

Nate Foye added two goals, and Zach Whitney and Jason Barnes had one apiece for Cony. Cam Gallant made 16 saves.

Declan Hall led Morse with two goals. Braden Olson, Ethan Brown, Cameron Marco, Jacob Brochu and Ethan Pascuzzo also scored.

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