Shane Tanguay’s bases-loaded infield single in the bottom of the 11th inning gave Cheverus a 6-5 win and a sweep of a baseball doubleheader Saturday against rival Portland.

Sam Clark had three hits for Cheverus (9-4) in Game 2, while Jackson Header, Brian Connolly and Tanguay finished with two apiece.

Grant Crosby led Portland (2-8) with three hits. Henry Bibeau and Trey Roberts each had a pair of singles.

Clark and Nick Giancotti combined on a three-hitter in Game 1, and Giancotti’s sacrifice fly in the first inning drove in Brady Cormier as Cheverus won 1-0.

YARMOUTH SWEEPS FREEPORT: The Clippers (10-2) scored two unearned runs in the fifth inning to complete a doubleheader sweep against the Falcons (9-3) with a 3-2 win at Yarmouth.

Jack McGrath, Blake Venden and Gibby Sullivan combined on a two-hitter for the Clippers. Sullivan and Xan King paced the offense with two hits apiece.


In Game 1, Matt Robichaud and Sullivan each had RBI hits in the third inning as Yarmouth broke a 2-2 tie en route to a 5-2 victory.

Julian Gideon and Anthony Panciocco got two hits apiece for Freeport.

GREELY SWEEPS CAPE ELIZABETH: Brady Nolin pitched a four-hitter with 10 strikeouts in Game 1, then threw three scoreless innings in Game 2 as the Rangers (7-3) shut out the Capers (6-7) twice in Cape Elizabeth, 8-0 and 13-0.

Zach Johnston struck out the last six batters to close out Greely’s five-inning victory in the second game. Max Cloutier and Zach Johnston each had two hits for the Rangers.

Charlie Carver got two hits for Cape Elizabeth in Game 1.

FALMOUTH SWEEPS GORHAM: Bennett Smith pitched a seven-hitter and also hit an RBI single to lead Falmouth (9-2) to a 3-0 win in a doubleheader opener at Gorham (7-5).


Gorham pitcher Kyle Skofield allowed only five hits, but two came during Falmouth’s two-run first inning. Sam Kidder scored the first run on a foul pop-up.

In Game 2, Falmouth scored the tying and winning runs in the sixth inning without getting a hit, taking advantage of four walks and an error. Gus Ford drew a bases-loaded walk to force home the winning run.

Gorham erased a 2-0 deficit in the fifth, thanks to an RBI single by CJ Whitehead and a two-run single by Colin McDonald.

KENNEBUNK SWEEPS NOBLE: Dom DeFeo pitched a three-hitter in Game 2 and also hit a triple as the Rams (9-3) finished a doubleheader sweep against the Knights (6-6) with a 4-0 victory in North Berwick, after taking a 4-1 win in Game 1.

David York had two hits in the second game for Kennebunk, which scored two runs in the third and two in the seventh.

Kennebunk’s Oliver Leonard went the distance on the mound in Game 1, allowing seven hits while striking out eight. Leonard and George Lazos paced the offense with two hits apiece.


Maksim Masse went 2 for 3 for Noble.

SOUTH PORTLAND SWEEPS WESTBROOK: Ken Carlisle pitched a two-hitter in Game 1, and Richard Gilboy drove in three runs in the second game as the Red Riots (9-3) won twice against the Blue Blazes (2-10) in Westbrook, 10-0 and 13-9.

Carlisle recorded 10 strikeouts in the opener. Johnny Poole went 3 for 3 with a double for South Portland.

In Game 2, Gilboy hit a triple and a single and scored twice. Bradley McMains, Connor Dobson and Andrew Heffernan each had two RBI.

Westbrook’s Max Dobkowski was 3 for 4 with two doubles and two RBI.

BONNY EAGLE, THORNTON ACADEMY SPLIT: Jacob Humphrey and Cam MacDonald each drove in two runs in Game 2 as Bonny Eagle (4-8) earned a doubleheader split against Thornton Academy, taking a 7-3 win at Saco after the Golden Trojans (9-2) posted a 13-1 mercy-rule victory in Game 1.


Cody Bowker homered and drove in four runs for the Trojans in the opener. Thornton’s Brady Graffam was 3 for 3 with an RBI in the second game.

LEWISTON 10, BRUNSWICK 2: Danny May homered and drove in three runs for the Blue Devils (9-3) in a win over the Dragons (1-11) in Lewiston.

Andon Cox notched three hits for Lewiston. Josh Murphy hit a triple and scored twice.

Wes Cooper scored both runs for Brunswick.


SOUTH PORTLAND 9, GREELY 5: Cullen Adams and Tobey Lappin each recorded three goals and an assist, leading the Red Riots (1-9) to a win over the Rangers (4-4) in Cumberland.


Joey Soucy added two goals, while CJ Marenghi made 18 saves.

Chase Cornwall led Greely with two goals. David Kenney had two assists.

OXFORD HILLS 7, FRYEBURG ACADEMY 5: Troy Edmunds made 13 saves and Jake Mondor scored three goals as the Vikings (4-3) beat the Raiders (5-4) in Paris.

Oxford Hills also got two goals from Derrick Brooks and one from Nate Bancroft and Ryan Coolidge.

Tyler Day led Fryeburg with two goals. Haden Fox, Will Galligan and Bobby Hallum each scored once, and Patrick Harris made 10 saves.

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