Ben Brown pitched five innings for the win and went 2 for 4 with a homer and two RBI as York held off Wells for an 8-6 win in baseball Tuesday at York.

The Wildcats (9-7) build a 7-0 lead against the Warriors (11-5).

Brown allowed three runs on four hits, striking out three and walking three.

Jake Fogg added a pair of hits with three RBI, and Bradley Carr added a home run in the third inning and drove in three.

Ben Grover had a pair of hits for Wells.

SOUTH PORTLAND 1, SANFORD 0: Hudson Iacuessa singled home Nolan Hobbs for the winning run in the bottom of the 10th inning, lifting the Red Riots (13-3) over the Spartans (10-6) in South Portland.


Hobbs, Richie Gilboy and Johnny Poole all had a hit for South Portland. Nick Swain picked up the win in relief, striking out three in 1 2/3 innings. Andrew Heffernan got the start and struck out 12.

Beckett Barlow led Sanford with three hits. Tanner McCann racked up 10 strikeouts in nine innings.

FALMOUTH 11, GORHAM 1: Peyton Mitchell had three hits, driving in three runs, and Ty Simmons added three hits with an RBI and three runs scored to lead Falmouth (14-1) over the Rams (10-6) in six innings at Gorham.

Winning pitcher Brennan Rumpf allowed one unearned run on five hits, two of the hits by Brady Wintle.

The Navigators scored in every inning, including a six-run third, and totaled 15 hits.

BIDDEFORD 9, BONNY EAGLE 3: Jacob Kaiser hit a two-run double and Landon Sirois added a two-run single during an eight-run second inning that carried the Tigers (7-9) past Bonny Eagle (3-13) at Biddeford.


Gino Mariello allowed no earned runs over five innings for the win, striking out four.

Cade Dixon and Cameron Marcello had two hits apiece for the Scots.

SCARBOROUGH 15, DEERING 0: Four pitchers combined on a no-hitter as Scarborough (11-5) beat Deering (0-15) in five innings at Hadlock Field in Portland.

Erik Swenson pitched the first two innings for the Red Storm, and was followed by Cooper Dean, Zak Sanders and Matthew Fallona. Deering’s only runner came on a hit batter in the third.

Jason Liponis’ run-scoring single put Scarborough ahead in the first and Patrick McCue had a three-run double in the fifth. The Red Storm capitalized on 11 hits, 12 walks and three hit batters.

THORNTON ACADEMY 2, WINDHAM 1: Jack Nussbaum pitched a three-hitter with nine strikeouts and one walk to lead Thornton Academy (11-5) over Windham (6-10) at Saco.


Brady Harvie allowed four hits and struck out five, and Blake Peeples singled, scored and stole two bases for Windham.

Owen Critchley singled in a run for Thornton.

MARSHWOOD 10, CHEVERUS 0: Noah Fitzgerald pitched a complete-game shutout with nine strikeouts and allowed three hits, leading the Hawks (10-6) over the Stags (9-7) in Portland.

Ben Garrepy went 3 for 3 with a double, three runs scored and two RBI and Liam Tiernan had an RBI and three hits. Ronan Garrett and Riley Parnham both had two hits and two RBI for Marshwood.

KENNEBUNK 3, WESTBROOK 0: Quinn MacDonald tossed a one-hitter, walking one and fanning 15 as the Rams (9-7) blanked the Blue Blazes (5-11) at Westbrook.

Max Andrews had a single and a solo home run in the top of the fifth for Kennebunk, with Andrew Burnham adding a pair of hits.


Alex Bean had Westbrook’s hit.

SACOPEE VALLEY 10, WAYNFLETE/NYA 0: Carson Black threw a one-hitter, fanning six and added a second-inning home run for the Hawks (16-0) as they finished the regular season undefeated, downing the Flyers (13-3) in five innings at Hiram.

Keegan Thibodeau, Caleb Vacchiano and Black each had multihit games for Sacopee Valley.


YARMOUTH 10, NORTH YARMOUTH ACADEMY 9: Colton McCann scored the winning goal 45 seconds into overtime as the visiting Clippers (10-4) rallied from a 9-4 fourth-quarter deficit to beat the Panthers (9-4) in Yarmouth.

McCann, Killian Marsh and Askel Yeo all finished with three goals for Yarmouth.

Brayden Warde had two goals and one assist for NYA. Zach Leinwand scored twice and Grey Perham had a goal and two assists.

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