FREEPORT — Colin Cronin hit an RBI single in the bottom of the seventh inning in Game 2 as Freeport finished a sweep of a baseball doubleheader Saturday against Cape Elizabeth, winning 2-1 in both games.

Freeport’s Anthony Panciocco scored in the first inning on an RBI single by Kempton von Glinsky-Gregoire. Cape (1-3) tied it in the top of the seventh when Jake Tinsman scored on a fielder’s choice.

In Game 1, Panciocco hit an RBI double in the first inning, and Gus Wing’s sacrifice fly drove in von Glinsky-Gregoire in the sixth. Cape Elizabeth scored an unearned run in the fourth.

Freeport starter Blaine Cockburn struck out 10 during four hitless innings, and Nathan Abbott got the victory with three innings of one-hit relief as the Falcons improved to 6-0.

THORNTON ACADEMY 13, BIDDEFORD 0: Cody Bowker allowed one hit over five innings, and the Golden Trojans (3-0) broke open a close game with six runs in the fifth inning as they blanked the Tigers (2-1) at Biddeford.

Bowker, Christian Schaffer, Brayden Williams and Jack Cote each had three hits to pace a 17-hit attack for Thornton, which scored 11 runs in the last three innings.

Will Harriman singled in the second inning for Biddeford’s only hit.

KENNEBUNK 13, YORK 1: Quinn MacDonald pitched a two-hitter and drove in three runs with a single and a home run to lead the Rams (2-1) to a five-inning win over the Wildcats (2-1) in York.

David York also had three RBI, with a single and a triple.

LAKE REGION SWEEPS GRAY-NEW GLOUCESTER: Jacob Chadbourne hit a walk-off RBI single in Game 1, and the Lakers (3-2) held off a big comeback by the Patriots (1-4) in Game 2 to complete a doubleheader sweep in Naples, winning 9-8 and 11-8.

Home runs by Zach Winchester and Nick Geer helped Gray-New Gloucester take an 8-5 lead in the opener, but Lake Region tied it in the sixth on a two-run double by Mike Chase and won it on Chadbourne’s hit in the seventh.

In Game 2, the Patriots scored seven runs in the fourth after falling behind 8-0, but Matt Aker’s sacrifice fly in the fifth drove home the eventual winning run.

NOBLE 9, TRAIP ACADEMY 4: Maksim Masse and Chris Morton each had two hits for the Knights (3-0) as they defeated the Rangers (0-4) at Kittery.

Noble pitcher Camden Andrick struck out six in 5 1/3 innings. Morton finished up, fanning five of the last six batters.

Noah Trent hit a two-run single and Zach Stacy added an RBI double during Traip’s three-run sixth.

CHEVERUS 5, BONNY EAGLE 3: Sam Clark singled home Jackson Header with the go-ahead run in the sixth inning, lifting the Stags (2-2) past the Scots (0-3) in Standish.

Clark finished with three hits, and Header and Brian Conley each had two hits.

Bonny Eagle erased a 3-0 deficit in the bottom of the fifth. Rhyse Owens capped the rally with a two-run single.

Jacob Humphrey had a single and a double for the Scots.

SOUTH PORTLAND 9, WINDHAM 6: Connor Dobson drove in the tying run with a groundout in the seventh and scored the go-ahead run in the ninth as the Red Riots (3-0) defeated the Eagles (0-3) in Windham, despite a grand slam and 15 strikeouts by Windham pitcher Brady Afthim.

Dobson, Bradley McMains, Andrew Heffernan and Noah Dreifus each had two of South Portland’s 10 hits.

Afthim allowed seven hits and no walk in 8 1/3 innings.

BREWER 5, OCEANSIDE 4: Anthony Chiappone homered twice and drove in all five runs for the Witches (1-3) in a win over the Mariners (1-3) in Rockland.

Nathan Coombs hit a two-run homer for Oceanside. Coombs and Finnegan Lynch each had two of Oceanside’s six hits.

SOFTBALL

NOBLE, MASSABESIC SPLIT: Ava Gerrish drove in six runs in Game 2 as Massabesic (1-3) earned a doubleheader split with a 17-7 victory in Game 2 after Noble (2-3) won 6-5 in the opener at Waterboro.

Kendall Tetu went 4 for 5 for Massabesic in the second game. Noble’s Lexi Volinsky was 3 for 4, and Ellie Gray and Paige Bronkema each drove in two runs. Gray belted a home run.

Bronkema won Game 1 with RBI single in the top of the seventh, after Massabesic rallied from a 5-1 deficit. Volinsky hit a home run and a single for Noble.

Katelyn Boissonneault had two hits and two RBI for the Mustangs.

SANFORD 13, YORK 1: Madison Sheppard pitched a one-hitter with 10 strikeouts and Tori Parker had three hits as the Spartans (4-0) beat the Wildcats (1-2) in five innings at Sanford.

Sheppard, Ruby LaChance and Madison Romano each had two hits for Sanford, which broke it open with six runs in the fourth.

BOYS’ LACROSSE

THORNTON ACADEMY 13, SOUTH PORTLAND 4: Ronan Flynn scored eight goals to power the Golden Trojans (2-2) past the Red Riots (0-4) in South Portland.

John Elliopulos scored twice, and Caleb Pelletier added a goal and an assist.

Cullen Adams and Jack Dreifus got two goals apiece for South Portland.

ST. DOM’S 10, LAKE REGION 9: Matt Fletcher scored three goals, including the winner in overtime, as the visiting Saints got their first win since 2017.

Roman Vitolo recorded two goals and three assists. Devdan Young and Murphy Randall also scored twice and Garrett Kendall got the other goal for St. Dom’s. Lucas Pushard had three assists.

KENNEBUNK 11, MT. ARARAT 2: Jake Washburn and Drew Luddy combined for seven goals as the Rams (2-2) defeated the Eagles (0-3) in Kennebunk.

Eli Soule contributed a pair of goals, Matt Moore and Jack Cataldi also scored, and Jack Mulligan made 10 saves for Kennebunk.

Kaiden Getchell got both goals for Mt. Ararat.

GIRLS’ LACROSSE

BIDDEFORD 20, DEERING 2: Valentina Laflamme had four goals and four assists, and Abby Allen collected three goals and six assists to lead the Tigers (2-2) past the Rams (0-1) in Portland.

Zowie Cheetham Wilmot also scored three goals, while Cece Keller and Kylie Parent chipped in with two apiece.

CAPE ELIZABETH 15, BERWICK ACADEMY 10: Charlotte Graham scored five goals and Claire McDonald had four goals and two assists to lead the Capers (1-4) over the Bulldogs (2-1) at Berwick.

Greta Francwicz and Laura Ryer each chipped in with two goals. Tatum Strunk and Hannah Johnson also scored for Cape.

NORTH YARMOUTH ACADEMY 15, ST. DOM’S 9: Emma Sharp recorded four goals and an assist as the Panthers (1-1) downed the Saints (0-2) in Yarmouth.

Vy Tran and Lily Weinrich each added three goals, and Lily Jackson scored twice. Alev Yalnez, Natalie Farrell and Camilla Latanzi rounded out the scoring for NYA.

Taryn Cloutier, Jess Zimmerman and Emily Longford scored two goals apiece for St. Dom’s.

PORTLAND 8, SOUTH PORTLAND 4: Elizabeth Littell scored three goals as the Bulldogs (2-1) defeated the visiting Red Riots (2-1).

Portland also got two goals from Jane Marvin and one apiece from Lucy Howe, Lydia Stein and Emily Seavey.

Sydney Mitschele and Barrett Blackman each scored twice for South Portland.


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