CAPE ELIZABETH — Will Neleski and Eben Kiesow each drove in two runs, and third-seeded Greely advanced to the Class B South final with an 8-2 win over No. 2 Cape Elizabeth on Saturday.

The Rangers advance to face No. 1 Wells in the regional final at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday.

Greely (12-6) broke a scoreless tie with three runs in the fourth, scoring on doubles by Neleski and Kiesow and an error.

Winning pitcher Connor Sullivan’s sacrifice fly in the top of the sixth made it 4-0. Cape Elizabeth (12-6) cut into the deficit in the bottom of the sixth on RBI singles by Carson Sullivan and Finn Bowe, but Greely broke it open with four runs in the seventh, including another RBI singles by Neleski and Kiesow.

WELLS 12, MOUNTAIN VALLEY 6: Matt Tufts’ triple to the base of the center-field fence in the bottom of the third started a four-run inning that propelled top-seeded Wells (16-2) past No. 5 Mountain Valley (12-6) in a Class B South semifinal at Wells.

Tufts scored on a single by Tyler Carpenter, and Michael Wrigley (three hits) added a two-run single as Wells quickly responded to a three-run rally by Mountain Valley in the top of the third that cut the Warriors’ lead to 4-3.

Cam Cousins (9-0) picked up the win, allowing four runs in four innings. Gary Andrews worked three innings of one-hit scoreless relief.

Tyler Bridge had two hits and two RBI, and leadoff batter Liam Bell scored four runs for Wells, which will face Greely in the regional final Wednesday at St. Joseph’s College.

Garrett Garbarini drove in two runs for Mountain Valley.

ELLSWORTH 12, OCEANSIDE 0: The top-seeded Eagles (17-1) scored five runs in the first inning and went on to a five-inning win over the fourth-seeded Mariners (15-4) in a Class B North semifinal in Ellsworth.

Matt Burnett (8-0) pitched a four-hitter with nine strikeouts, no walks and two hit batters. Jared Hamilton and Jack Lee each had two hits for Ellsworth.

Logan Sheridan and Ben Ripley each hit a double for Oceanside.


BRUNSWICK 20, MT. ARARAT 4: The Dragons (10-3) jumped out to a 14-1 lead in the first half and cruised to a win over the No. 7 Eagles (7-7) to advance to the Class B semifinals in Brunswick.

The No. 2 Dragons advance to face No. 3 Yarmouth on Wednesday. Brunswick played in the last three Class A state finals before moving to Class B this season.

“We knew going into postseason that you never know with competitiveness, the battle, especially with the cross-river rivalry we have,” Brunswick Coach Don Glover said. “We needed to start off executing really well and play with intensity early and we did that. I’m really proud of them.”

Aiden Glover scored five times for Brunswick, while Jack McDiarmid had four goals, Andrew Eno three, and Max Gramins and Tyler Nadeau two each. Nate Girardin, Henry Doherty, Nick Munn and Jacob Belanger each had one.

Connor Brown scored twice, while Zach Caouette and Owen Kelly each had one goal for Mt. Ararat.

FALMOUTH 14, LEWISTON 10: Nick Farnham had three goals and an assist as the top-ranked Yachtsmen (12-1) beat the fourth-seeded Blue Devils (10-4) in a Class A North semifinal in Falmouth.

Falmouth advances to play No. 2 Portland in the regional final on Wednesday.

Reilly Tucker added two goals and four assists for Falmouth, while Louis Mainella and Thomas Fitzgerald each had two goals and an assist. Kai Berry made 11 saves.

MESSALONSKEE 13, CAMDEN HILLS 5: The fourth-seeded Eagles (8-5) scored three times in the first three minutes and cruised to a Class B quarterfinal win over the No. 5 Windjammers (8-5) in Waterville.

Messalonskee will face No. 1 Greely on Wednesday.

Dawson Charles scored four goals for Messalonskee. Austin Pelletier added three.

Thomas Greiber and John Chilton each scored twice for Camden Hills.

C.J. Reardon had eight saves for Messalonskee. James Lynch had 14 saves in the first half, and Levi Guay had three in the second half for Camden Hills.

GREELY 19, GARDINER 5: Schuyler Wetmore scored eight goals as the top-ranked Rangers (10-3) beat the ninth-seeded Tigers (6-8) in a Class B quarterfinal in Cumberland.

Andrew Lawrence added four goals and two assists for Greely, which advances to play No. 4 Messalonskee on Wednesday.

Tanner Hebert scored twice for Gardiner.