FREEPORT — Kempton Von Glinsky-Gregoire had three hits, including a double, and drove in three runs to lead Freeport past Poland 9-0 in baseball action Wednesday.

Freeport (9-1) opened a 5-0 lead in the second inning and breezed behind a 10-hit offense. Blaine Cockburn pitched the first four innings for the Falcons and gave up one hit with 11 strikeouts.

Poland falls to 4-4.


MT. ARARAT 6, WELLS 5, EIGHT INNINGS: Shea Farrell doubled in Ryan Robertson, who opened the eighth inning with a triple, to give the Eagles (5-3) a victory after the Warriors (4-5) scored twice in the seventh to tie the game in Wells.

Trailing 5-3, Wells put runners on first and second in the bottom of the seventh before Santiago Fitch-Cury’s ground-rule double brought in one run. The tying run scored on Spencer Carpenter’s single to left with the would-be winning run out at the plate.


Landen Chase had a game-high three hits for Mt. Ararat, which had 13 as a team, and Farrell had two doubles at the plate and earned the save on the mound. Carson Taylor earned the win for the Eagles.

Carpenter led Wells at the plate with two hits and took the loss on the mound.


MEDOMAK VALLEY 1, MORSE 0: The Panthers (6-3) managed just one hit off Gavin Baillargeon but scored on a passed ball in the fourth inning to down the Shipbuilders (3-6) at Waldoboro.

Baillargeon struck out 11 batters in the win.

Matt Holbrook of Medomak pitched a five-hit shutout with three walks and eight strikeouts.



MOUNTAIN VALLEY 18, BOOTHBAY 15: Jake New and Zach New had four hits apiece and Tanner Henry played the hero in extra innings as the Falcons (1-8) outlasted the Seahawks (1-8) in an 11-inning affair in Boothbay Harbor.

Henry made a game-saving play on defense to end the bottom of the 10th, then smacked a two-run double in a five-run top of the 11th for Mountain Valley.

Jake New earned the win on the mound for the Falcons after coming on in relief in the ninth inning. Seneca Jones closed out the game in the bottom of the 11th, after earlier taking over for starter Airick Richard in the fourth. Henry relieved Jones in the eighth before it was New’s turn to toe the rubber.

Richard and Henry each had two hits, as did catcher Tyler Warren.



LISBON 3, SPRUCE MOUNTAIN 0: Levi Tibbetts struck out 10 batters to lead the Greyhounds (7-0) past the Phoenix (5-3) in Jay.

Tibbets only allowed two hits and didn’t issue a single walk. At the plate, he drove in a Lisbon run.

Hunter Brissette and Mason Booker had a double and a single each for Lisbon. Brissette also drove in a run, as did Jimmy Fitzsimmons.

Griffin Achorn started for Spruce Mountain, nearly going the distance, but Elie Timler came on in relief in the seventh to pick up the final out of the inning.





MT. ARARAT 4, WELLS 3: The Eagles (2-5) scored three runs in the third inning and held on late to claim a one-run win over the Warriors (2-6) in Wells.

Kennedy Lampert had two doubles for Mt. Ararat, which got two singles from Reagan Robertson and a triple from Morgan Ruff. Megan Reed was the winning pitcher for the Eagles.

Delani Brown, who took the loss for Wells, had a double in the defeat. The Warriors got two hits each from Ava Kreie, Jayden Pelletier and Savannah Tardiff.


POLAND 7, FREEPORT 2: Emma Bunyea had two doubles and an RBI to help the Knights (8-0) defeat the Falcons (6-4) in Freeport.


Gretchyn Paradis and Olivia Rioux each added two singles and an RBI.

Vanessa St. Pierre had a double and two RBI for Freeport. Brook Pawlowski and Rosie Panenka each contributed a double and a single.

Atlantis Martin picked up the win, striking out two while allowing seven hits.


VALLEY 7, RICHMOND 3: The Cavaliers (5-0) jumped out to a four-run first-inning en route to a Class D South victory over Richmond (4-5) in Bingham.

Emily Collins had a single and a double for Valley.





FREEPORT 9, NORTH YARMOUTH ACADEMY 8: Defenseman Max Peters scored the overtime goal that lifted Freeport (2-4) over the Panthers (5-2) at Yarmouth.

Jordan Knighton and Randall Walker each had three goals for the Falcons.

Caleb Waterman and Zach Leinward both scored twice for NYA.





FREEPORT 16, TRAIP ACADEMY 2: Savannah Tracy collected three goals for the Falcons (4-1) in a win over the Rangers (2-3) at Freeport.

Kate Tracy and Maddie Knight each scored twice in Freeport’s third straight win.

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