SCARBOROUGH — Eric Swenson allowed two hits, struck out eight and walked four as Scarborough beat Biddeford 2-0 in a baseball game on Saturday.

T.J. Liponis had a double for Scarborough (4-2)

Kyle Dion allowed one earned run on eight hits, while striking out six and walking one in six innings for Biddeford.

KENNEBUNK 5, CHEVERUS 1: David York had two hits and three RBI, Quinn MacDonald allowed four hits and struck out eight and the Rams (4-2-1) beat the Stags (2-4) in Kennebunk.

George Lazos hit a triple and scored the go-ahead run off a hit by Isaac Jensen.

Richard Tremble singled and scored the lone run for Cheverus.


THORNTON ACADEMY 8, FALMOUTH 1: Cody Bowker gave up three hits and struck out 10 in six innings, and had two hits and four RBI to power the Trojans (6-1) past the Navigators (5-1) in Falmouth.

Nicholas Frink had two hits and two RBI for Thornton Academy. Brady Graffam added three hits and one RBI.

Ethan Hendry hit a solo home run for Falmouth.

WELLS 13, GRAY-NEW GLOUCESTER 4: The Warriors (3-4) scored five runs in the top of the second and beat Patriots (3-5) in Gray.

Zach Carpenter had a home run, a double and three RBI for Wells, while Spencer Carpenter and Santiago Fitch-Cury both had two hits.

Ian Libby went 4 for 4 with two RBI for Gray-New Gloucester.



SOUTH PORTLAND 29, DEERING 2: Emilie Way had five hits and eight RBI, and Andrea DiMauro pitched a two-hitter with nine strikeouts as the Red Riots (4-3) rolled past the Rams (0-6) in Portland.

DiMauro, Elise Connor, Delaney Whitten, Eliza House and Ella Nickerson had three RBI each.

GRAY-NEW GLOUCESTER 13, WELLS 9: Heather Nevels had two triples and four RBI and the Patriots (2-6) scored three runs in the bottom of the fifth to beat the Warriors (2-5) in Gray.

Morgan Curtis, Caitlin Taylor and Maisie Lerrette had two hits each for Gray-New Gloucester (2-6). Skye Chandler added a two-run double.

Chloe Carbonneau went 3 for 4 and scored three runs for Wells, while Delani Brown had a double and single, knocking in a pair of runs.


YORK 7, FRYEBURG ACADEMY 3: Maddy Raymond had two home runs and four RBI as the Wildcats (7-0) downed the Raiders (4-3) in Fryeburg.

McKayla Kortes, who had three hits, struck out 11 in the win. Elly Bourgoine also had three hits with an RBI, Jill Carr had two hits and Ella Moon drove in a run.

Brooke Emery had three hits for Fryeburg.

Oak Hill/Lisbon/Monmouth’s Tiger Hopkins is tripped up by Portland’s Herbie Bryant while in pursuit of the ball during Saturday’s game in Wales. Andree Kehn/Sun Journal


OAK HILL/LISBON/MONMOUTH 13, PORTLAND 9: Tiger Hopkins scored four goals and the Raiders (6-0) beat the Bulldogs (2-3) in Wales.

Travis Caron and Lukas Bergeron both had three goals and an assist for Oak Hill.


Carlos Braceras had three goals for Portland.

SOUTH PORTLAND 13, WAYNFLETE 1: Jack Dreifus had four goals and two assists for the Red Riots (4-1) as they cruised past the Flyers (2-3) in South Portland.

Cullen Adams and Beckett Mehlhorn each had three goals and two assists for South Portland. Brady Demers added two goals.

Seth Cloutier scored for Waynflete.


GREELY 11, MESSALONSKEE 1: Carley Ferentz had five goals and an assist as the Rangers (5-1) handled the Eagles (4-2) in Oakland.


Charlotte Taylor added four goals and an assist, Lauren Dennen had two goals and two assists, Jenny Medrano had two assists and Allie Read had an assist for Greely.

Francesca Caccamo scored for Messalonskee.

WAYNFLETE 16, PORTLAND 1: Jesse Connors scored six goals and Tilsley Kelly and Lolie Millspaugh added four apiece as the Flyers (4-1) raced to an 8-0 halftime lead and beat the Bulldogs.

The Bulldogs (1-5) got a goal from Eliza Stein and Caitlyn Huynh stopped 12 saves.

LAKE REGION 16, GRAY-NEW GLOUCESTER/POLAND 1: Rebecca Caron and Katie Keenan each had four goals as the Lakers (2-3) downed the Patriots (1-4) in Naples.

Carly Dyer and Brianna Sargent each added two goals, while Abby Elsaesser, Olivia England, Rachel Lake and Bella Smith also scored for the Lakers, who built a 10-1 in the first half.

Lexi Wallingford score for the Patriots.

— Nathan Fourner of the Lewiston Sun Journal contributed to this report

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