Max Andrews walked to lead off the top of the seventh and eventually scored the go-ahead run on a wild pitch, giving 10th-seeded Kennebunk a 4-3 win over seventh-seeded Sanford in a Class A South prelim baseball game Tuesday at Sanford.

Quinn MacDonald allowed no earned runs on three hits, striking out 10 in 5 2/3 innings before turning it over to Isaac Jensen for the final two innings. Drew Sliwkowski managed multiple hits for Kennebunk (10-7).

Alex Sevigny had a tying RBI single in the sixth for Sanford (10-7).

CHEVERUS 3, NOBLE 0: Matthew Connor threw a four-hit shutout, striking out eight, as the eighth-seeded Stags (10-7) beat the ninth-seeded Knights (8-9) in a Class A South prelim at Portland.

Devin Kelly was 2 for 3 with a pair of RBI for Cheverus, and Noah Kennedy-Jensen and Lucas Soutuyo chipped in with two hits apiece.

Devin Place has a pair of hits for Noble.


MARSHWOOD 2, MASSABESIC 1: Ben Garrapy lined an RBI single in the bottom of the eighth to lead the sixth-seeded Hawks (11-6) as they walked off against the 11th-seeded Mustangs (7-10) in a Class A South prelim at South Berwick.

Henry Dimmerling went 3 for 3 for Marshwood.

Noah Fitzgerald picked up the victory for the Hawks, throwing two scoreless innings of relief, allowing one hit and striking out three.

GORHAM 15, WINDHAM 5: Wyatt Nadeau had seven strikeouts over 4 2/3 innings for the win and added a pair of hits, scoring twice and driving in two as the fifth-seeded Rams (11-6) defeated the 12th-seeded Eagles (6-11) in five innings in a Class A South prelim at Gorham.

Jack Karlonas had a pair of hits and drove in three runs for Gorham. Quinn Dillon, Mason Finck, Brady Wintle and Cole Whitehead each had multihit games.

Alex Wing had a couple of hits and three RBI for Windham.


GREELY 5, YORK 1:Mason Kelso drove in three runs and Keeler Vogt and Ryder Simpson combined on a five-hitter and didn’t surrender an earned run as sixth-ranked Greely (10-7) beat No. 11 York (9-8) in a Class B South prelim in Auburn.

The game was moved from Cumberland to the turf at Central Maine Community College due to poor conditions on the Rangers’ field.

Greely advances to take on third-ranked Wells in the quarterfinals Thursday.

Simpson put the Rangers ahead with an RBI single in the fourth and Kelso added a run with an RBI groundout.

The Wildcats got an unearned run back in the top of the fifth, but in the bottom half, Simpson drew a bases loaded walk off York starter Ben Brown, then Kelso hit a two-run single.

Simpson retired all four batters he faced to close it out. Vogt struck out five in 5 2/3 innings.


LEAVITT 6, FREEPORT 3: The 10th-seeded Hornets (9-8) got 11 hits in beating the seventh-seeded Falcons in a Class B South prelim at Freeport.

Leavitt broke a 1-1 tie with a three-run fifth to take the lead for good. Freeport scored two in the bottom of the fifth, but the Hornets added one run in the sixth and another in the seventh.

Will Keach tripled and was one of three Leavitt batters with two hits, along with Colten Taylor and Kade Knight.

Catcher Gus Hollen had two of Freeport’s hits, including a double, and drove in a pair of runs.


THORNTON ACADEMY 8, MASSABESIC 2: The seventh-seeded Golden Trojans (10-7) took control with three runs in the bottom of the fourth and added three more in the sixth as they defeated the 10th-seeded Mustangs (6-11) in a Class A South prelim at Saco.


Renee Gonneville went 3 for 4 and scored twice for Thornton Academy, and Izzy Miner and Emma Barnes each added a pair of hits.

Sophia Bogardus went the distance, allowing two runs on 10 hits.

Katelyn Boissonneault had three hits to lead for Massabesic.

LEAVITT 12, GREELY 2: Sam DeBlois hit a three-run homer in a five-run fourth inning to help the seventh-seeded Hornets (12-5) over the 10th-seeded Rangers (6-11) in a Class B South prelim at Turner.


MARSHWOOD 17, SANFORD 7: Sarah Theriault scored six goals as the fifth-seeded Hawks (10-5) rolled past the 12th-seeded Spartans (8-7) in a Class A prelim at South Berwick.


Izzy Young had five goals for Marshwood, Lindley Gori added three goals and a pair of assists, and Hadley Prewitt added a goal.

Emerson Tolpin led Sanford with five goals.

Lauren Walker stopped six shots for the Hawks; Payton Kimball made seven saves for the Spartans.

CHEVERUS 11, PORTLAND 10: Reese Belanger scored her fourth goal of the game with 14 seconds remaining to lift No. 9 Cheverus (9-6) to a victory over eighth-ranked Portland (9-6) in a Class A  prelim at Fitzpatrick Stadium.

Cheverus goes to top-ranked Kennebunk for the quarterfinals at 11 a.m. Saturday.

The Stags trailed 5-2 late in the first half before scoring six straight goals to go up by three. The Bulldogs rallied to tie the score on a goal from Phoebe Knoll with 1:42 to go, but Belanger won it, off an assist from Mackenzie Cash.


Lucy Johnson led Cheverus with six goals and goalie Elle Cooney made 14 saves.

Portland was paced by three goals from Elizabeth Littell and two apiece from Knoll and Eliza Stein. Eva Smith saved five shots.


GREELY 11, GARDINER 7: Matt Kennedy scored five goals, including the go-ahead GOAL midway through the fourth quarter, as 10th-seeded Greely (7-8) rallied past No. 7 Gardiner (8-7) in a Class A prelim at Gardiner.

The Rangers will visit No. 2 Brunswick in the quarterfinals Thursday.

Kennedy scored two of his goals in the fourth quarter, after Gardiner grabbed an 8-7 lead following a 7-2 deficit early in the third.



CLASS B: The York girls and Leavitt boys held on to their leads to win the team titles at the track and field state championship meet, which concluded on Tuesday at Bates College in Lewiston with the boys’ and girls’ pole vault, and the boys’ high jump.

In the girls’ meet, York finished with 98 points. Freeport moved into second place thanks to second and third-place finishes in the pole vault by Lucy Bradford and Kessa Benner. Greely took third with 66.5 points, with Marinna Emery finishing fourth in the pole vault.

In the boys’ meet, Leavitt won with 79 points, followed by York (73) and Greely (61).

Reece Perry for Freeport won the pole vault with a height of 14-0. Kyle Sidaway of John Bapst was second at 12-6, followed by Greely teammates Christian Wengler and Liam Magoon, who both cleared 12-0.

Corbin Flewelling of Old Town won the boys’ high jump. Gavin Davis of York was second (6-2), followed by Stephen Pierre of Leavitt (6-2).  Henry Horne of Freeport, who won the 800, 1,600 and 3,200 meters on Saturday, was sixth with a jump of 6-0.

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