Local roundup: Warriors crown Knights


POLAND — Ryan DiTomasso belted a two-run home run in the sixth inning to lead Wells to a 6-1 victory over Poland in an early-season baseball matchup Thursday.

Alec Gatzogiannis also contributed for Wells (1-0) with two hits and two RBIs. Paul McDonough allowed three hits in six innings for Wells to earn the mound win.

Mathew Brewster led the Knights (0-1) with an RBI double in the first inning. Brewster also handled pitching duties and was tagged with the loss.

HS Softball

Fryeburg 7, Yarmouth 2
YARMOUTH — Brylie Walker belted out three hits and had three RBIs to lead Fryeburg to a 7-2 victory over Yarmouth in softball action Thursday. 

Karla Tripp and Ariel McConkey also contributed for the Raiders (1-0) with two hits and one RBI each. Charlotte Lewis gave up eight hits in seven innings for Fryeburg to earn the win. 

The Raiders jumped out to a 2-0 advantage in the first frame and built a 4-1 lead after three innings.


FARMINGTON — The University of Maine at Farmington baseball squad broke a 4-4 tie with a four-run seventh inning and held on to defeat the University of Maine at Presque Isle 9-8 in non-conference action Thursday.

With the game deadlocked at 4-4 after six and a half frames, the Beavers (2-15) went on a four-run tear that began when Brian Morrison belted an RBI single. After a run scored on a fielder’s choice, Jack Macvane put Farmington ahead 8-4 with an RBI single.

Matt Levine led the Beavers with two singles and a double, while Josh Garneau and Brett Wallingford each ripped a single and a double. Macvane contributed with two hits and two RBIs. Dale Winchenbach gave up five hits and walked four through seven innings in the win for Farmington.

Corey Harding led Presque Isle (2-21) with a single, a double and two RBIs, while Tyler Delaney belted two hits with two RBIs. Jake Fillebrown also contributed with a pair of hits. Ryan Hill took the loss with four hits allowed over an inning-plus of relief.


PORTLAND — Kyle Bussiere punched in a two-run single and Kyle Mullins took a no-hitter all the way to the sixth inning before Central Maine Community College erupted with five runs in the decisive seventh inning, beating Southern Maine Community College, 5-1, in a baseball game Thursday.

SMCC took a 1-0 lead in the sixth inning before CMCC chalked up five runs in the top of the seventh. Eric Picard, Korey Staires and Mullins each had two hits. Mullins struck out nine batters as CMCC improves to 15-6. CMCC had 10 hits and made two errors.