JAY — Parker Kennedy belted a grand slam in the first inning and pitcher Aaron McGinness stranded the tying run at third base in the final inning to lead Mt. Abram to a 6-5 victory over Jay.
The Tigers (4-5), who stranded nine base runners, scored all five runs in the seventh inning on five singles — four straight to start the inning — a walk and a hit-batsman. Billy Calvin, Jacob Lord and Jordan DiMillo all had RBI singles in the inning.
The Tigers had a runner on third with one out, but an unsuccessful squeeze and McGinness’ 13th strikeout preserved the win for the Roadrunners (7-2)
Hank Poulin and Jay Chenard both had doubles for Mt. Abram, while Tim Smith and Dylan Tisor had two hits apiece.
Garrett Richards had three hits for Jay, while Jared Ouellette and Jake Bessey had two each.
Dirigo 13, Telstar 0
BETHEL — Arik Fenstermacher tossed five innings of one-hit ball and was one of two repeat hitters for Dirigo as the offense opened up on Telstar in a 13-0 MVC baseball victory Friday.
The Cougars (7-2) scored at least a run in each of the five innings played, including eight in the fifth. Tyler Chiasson had the game’s lone extra-base hit with a double, and the Rebels (4-4) committed eight fielding errors in the loss.
Hall-Dale 7, Monmouth 3
MONMOUTH — Catcher Dan Alexander and second baseman Ben Crocker roped back-to-back triples in the three-run third inning as Hall-Dale rounded up Monmouth 7-3 in MVC baseball action Friday.
Freshman pitcher Matt Plourde earned his first varsity pitching victory for the Bulldogs (4-3) behind eight strikeouts, two walks and just four hits.
Freshman third baseman Josh Fournier notched an RBI single in the fourth inning for the Mustangs (0-8). Tim Whitmore contributed a triple in the seventh for Monmouth.
Mountain Valley 12, Madison 2
MADISON — Mountain Valley’s balanced attack featured five players with two hits each in the Falcons’ 12-2 triumph over Madison.
Gino Salgado led the offense with a pair of doubles. Adam Volkernick, Ryan Laubauskas, Cam kaubris and Tim Ross also had two hits for the Falcons (5-3).Volkernick, Laubauskas and Dylan Mawhinney each hit a double. Brady Fergola and two relievers combined for a four-hitter.
The Falcons broke the game open with four runs in the third inning.
Rangeley 10, Vinalhaven 0
RANGELEY — Junior pitcher Jordan Richard struck out nine and allowed just three hits as Rangeley shut out Vinalhaven 10-0 in EWC baseball action Friday afternoon.
The Lakers (5-2) batted through the order in the first inning, plating five runs in the process. Sophomore Alex Morton launched a home run in the third inning to improve Rangeley’s lead to 7-0.
Nathan Hopkins recorded two of the Vikings’ three hits in the losing effort.
St. Dom’s 10, Boothbay 0
BOOTHBAY HARBOR — Freshman Jimmy Theriault pitched a perfect game over five innings to assist St. Dom’s in a 10-0 victory over Boothbay in MVC baseball action Friday.
Shane Curtis and Alex Parker executed back-to-back doubles in the six-run fourth inning for the Saints (7-2). Curtis plated two runs, while Parker added another. Will Demarais cranked a triple to plate yet another two runs.
Joey Hersom pitched the first three innings for the Seahawks (1-7) and took the mound loss.
Medomak Valley 6, Oak Hill 5
WALDOBORO — Tyler Williamson singled home the eventual game-winning run as Medomak Valley clipped Oak Hill 6-5 in KVAC baseball action Friday.
The Raiders (3-6) took a 5-3 lead in the top of the sixth inning, but the Panthers (4-5) rallied for three runs in the bottom half of the frame. Kyle Durkee singled and Ian Durkee doubled to set the stage. The pitcher Sam Osier singled in the Durkees to tie the game, and crossed the plate on Williamson’s single.
Junior left fielder Cody Provost went 3-for-3 with three RBIs for Oak Hill in the losing effort.
Fryeburg 3, Poland 2
FRYEBURG — With two out in the last of the ninth, Andrew Roscoe singled in Peter Bracchiocci to lift Fryeburg to a 3-2 walk-off win over Poland in WMC baseball action Friday.
Pitcher Michael Littlefield scattered two hits over the first seven innings for the Knights (2-9). Relief pitcher Matt Brewster took the mound loss.
Fryeburg scored a run in each of the first and third innings, before Poland knotted up the score at 2-2 in the top of the sixth frame.
Greenville sweeps Buckfield
BUCKFIELD — Greenville pounded out 23 hits in a doubleheader sweep of Buckfield, 9-4 and 12-4.
Greenville (6-1) had three doubles in each game.
Isaac Smith led the Bucks (1-6) with a double and triple in the opener and two doubles in the nightcap. Josh Adams also had a triple for the Bucks.Trevor Averill had two hits in both games. Adams and Garrett Hammond had two hits in the first game.
Livermore Falls 12, Carrabec 2
NORTH ANSON — Brian Maurais, Chandler White and Andre Uter combined for nine strikeouts and the no-hitter as Livermore Falls (8-2) clobbered Carrabec (1-8), 12-2, in a baseball game Friday.
White got the win on the mound after coming in the second inning before being relieved in the fifth by Uter in the five-inning game.
The Andies’ Maurais doubled and White tripled and both had two RBIs. Derek Castonguay had two RBIs. Livermore Falls used eight hits and committed only one error.
Lisbon 12, Winthrop 0
LISBON — Andy Tupper went 2-for-3 with three runs and three RBIs to lead Lisbon to a 12-0 rout over Winthrop.
The Greyhounds (8-1) scooped up three runs in each of the second and third innings before tearing up the turf with six runs in the fourth inning. Alex hall had pair of hits, including a double, along with two runs and an RBI. Chris Whitney provided two hits with a run and two RBIs.
Mitch Guerrette had both of the Ramblers’ (3-4) hits in the losing effort.
Pitcher Marcus Bubar is now 2-0 on the season for Lisbon. He struck out 10 batters over five innings, giving up only two hits, one walk and a hit batsman.
Mt. Blue 9,
FARMINGTON — Bradley Jackson plated the eventual game-winning run with a pinch hit single in the home half of the fifth inning as Mt. Blue edged Messalonskee 9-8 in KVAC baseball action Friday.
Tom Littlefield launched a solo shot in the fourth inning, and the Eagles rallied for four runs in the fifth inning to take a temporary 7-6 lead.
Junior designated hitter Dylan Vining contributed a home run for the Cougars (3-7) in the first inning.