Tom Harvey of Brunswick legs out a single as Lisbon first basemen Ethan Brown stretches for the ball during Monday’s game at Lisbon High School. Eli Canfield/The Times Record

LISBON — Mason Booker tossed 5 1/3 innings and allowed just two runs on five hits as the Lisbon baseball team held off a late Brunswick rally to earn a 7-4 victory in a non-conference game Monday afternoon.

The Greyhounds (8-3) broke the game open by scoring six runs in the first two innings and held off a late Brunswick (1-11) rally. Hunter Brissette and Neil LaRochelle paced the Lisbon offense with two hits apiece. Booker earned the win, while Nick Ferrence would come on in relief.

Tanner Rapoza took the loss, allowing six runs (three unearned) in just 1 2/3 innings. Hank Burnham paced the Brunswick offense with two doubles, and Cal Wilby also had two hits.


CAMDEN HILLS 7, MORSE 1: Obediah Miller opened the scoring with a two-run single in the first and then he lined an RBI double to fuel a three-run third as the Windjammers handled the Shipbuilders (3-8) at Camden.

Cam Brown added a pair of hits for Camden Hills. Sam Moody allowed one run on eight hits, fanning four.

Gabe Aucoin was 3 for 4 for Morse, and Boden Gould and Ty Knowlton chipped in with two hits apiece.


OXFORD HILLS 13, MT. ARARAT 1: Wyatt Knightly scattered four hits and struck out eight in five innings of work in the Vikings’ (11-1) win over the Eagles (4-7).

Ty LeBlond had three hits and Wyatt Knightly and Eli Soehren each had two hits for Oxford Hills. Soehren also drove in three runs.

Nick Chase had an RBI single for Mt. Ararat.




OXFORD HILLS 16, MT. ARARAT 4: Bella Devivo led the Vikings (9-2) with two home runs in the win over the Eagles (3-7) in Paris.

Liz Deiterich had four hits with two RBIs and Katie Montelongo had the single in the sixth to drive in two runs to end the game.

Jaden Lohr had a single and Jaimey Weidner had a double for Mt. Ararat.




FREEPORT 13, NORTH YARMOUTH ACADEMY 10: Kate Tracy and Savannah Tracy led the way with four goals apiece as the Falcons (8-1) defeated the Panthers (6-3) at Yarmouth.

Megan Driscoll and Hannah Grove each added two goals for Freeport, while Ellie Whitter also scored.

Natalie Farrell scored four goals for NYA, Vy Tran and Maggie Holt had two goals and two assists each, while Mollie Nelson and Lily Weinrich also scored.

Allie White stopped 13 shots for the Panthers and Piper Williams made four saves for the Falcons.

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