FARMINGTON – Edward Little took advantage of Mt. Blue walks, including the one that brought in the go-ahead run in the fifth inning to secure its first victory of the season by downing the Cougars, 5-4.

Adam Loudermilk had a two-run single to lead the Red Eddies (1-5), while Adam Lutz earned the victory. Adam Gilbert, Bobby Dooley, and Brad Dority all had doubles for the Cougars (1-5).

Mountain Valley 10, Wiscasset 1

RUMFORD – Shortstop Justin Staires had three hits and five RBIs to power Mountain Valley to a 10-1 victory over Wiscasset.

Andy Shorey allowed just two hits, while collecting four RBIs for the Falcons (6-0).

Matt Etter kept the Redskins (2-2) scoreless over the first two innings before allowing three runs in the third and being relieved part way through the fourth frame.

Poland 16, Fryeburg 2

POLAND – Poland broke open a 2-2 game with 14 runs in the bottom of the fourth inning to cruise to a 16-2 triumph over Fryeburg.

Jackie MacVane led all hitters with three hits, including a double and four RBIs. Matt Whalen had a home run and three RBIs while Jake Pelletier and Ben Piper each had a pair of hits in the 13-hit attack for the Knights (6-0).

Will Griffiths took the victory, allowing only two hits and striking out seven. Dylan Anderson had a home run for Fryeburg (1-4).

Mt. Ararat 16, Leavitt 4

TURNER – Pitcher Jared Erdman came on in relief for Mt. Ararat in the third inning and earned the win as the Eagles rallied in the sixth for 13 runs in a 16-4 tilt over Leavitt in baseball action Friday.

The Eagles (3-4) were paced by first baseman Matt Bickford, who had three hits, including a double and single in the big sixth inning.

Jay 11, Hall-Dale 3

JAY – Zane Armandi posted three hits and three RBIs to lead Jay to an 11-3 triumph over Hall-Dale.

The Tigers (4-2) scored runs in five out of six innings, tallying 12 hits along the way. Shane Lefebvre recorded his first victory behind four strike outs, while scattering six hits.

Jim Alexander, had an outstanding game at the plate for the Bulldogs (3-4) with three hits to his credit.

St. Dom’s 9, OOB 7

OLD ORCHARD BEACH – Casey Parker ripped a pair of triples and drove in three runs to help St. Dom’s capture a 9-7 slugfest over Old Orchard.

Parker’s big blow was a two-run triple into the gap in left-centerfield. He subsequently scored on a throwing error to put the Saints (3-0) up 9-4. Greg LaBonte came in with the tying run at the plate in the sixth inning and retired the final five batters, with four strikeouts to collect the save.

LaBonte also stroked a two-run triple in the first. Chris Bryant (1-0) earned the win in relief. Rob Harmon had two hits for the Seagulls (2-3). Rob Murphy (1-1) suffered the loss.

Oak Hill 8, Medomak Valley 7

WALDOBORO – Tim Levesque’s RBI single in the top of the seventh scored Brandon Plourde with the eventual game-winning run to lift Oak Hill to an 8-7 win over Medomak Valley.

Plourde led off the seventh with a single, and was bunted over to second. Levesque then drove a low liner up the middle to plate Plourde. Levesque finished the game with four hits and a pair of RBIs. Ethan Guerette belted a double and triple while driving in three runs for the Raiders (3-4).

Ethan Perry (1-0) picked up the win with Jake Simmons (0-2) taking the loss for Medomak Valley (1-6).

Monmouth 8, Mt. Abram 6

MONMOUTH – Monmouth scored seven times in the second inning and added another run late en route to an 8-6 victory over Mt. Abram.

Despite seven errors, Monmouth held on for its second victory of the season. Eric Murphy paced the Mustangs (2-3) with three hits including a double. MacKenzie Tozier added a pair of singles and Ronnie Hobson earned the win on the mound for Monmouth. Ben Ladd led the Roadrunners (2-4) with a single and a triple.

Oxford Hills 4, Morse 2

BATH – Chris Roy had a no-hitter spoiled in the sixth inning, but held on as Oxford Hills notched a 4-2 victory over Morse.

The Vikings (7-0) were paced by first baseman Ben Goodall, who had a pair of hits and three RBIs.

Pitcher Danny Plummer hurled a complete game for the Shipbuilders (1-5).

Dirigo 9, Georges Valley 4

THOMASTON – Ryan LaFluer cracked a home run and a single as Dirigo sailed to a 9-4 victory over Georges Valley.

The Cougars (3-2) were trailing 2-1 in the fourth inning when LaFluer’s two-run home run got things started.

After an RBI single by Josh Daly, Aaron Fenstermacher stroked a two-run single for a five-run inning.

Nick Lemieux and Larson Platt had a pair of hits each for the Buccaneers (2-5).

Telstar 15, Madison 5

MADISON – Kyle Maines’ two-run double highlighted an eight-run outburst in the first inning to lead Telstar to a 15-5 victory over Madison.

Max Meader had three hits, including a triple for the Rebels (4-1). Andy Whitney and Maines added two hits each. Mat Brown had a triple for Madison (0-7).

Gardiner 10, Lewiston 9

GARDINER – Gardiner took advantage of five Lewiston errors and scored seven unearned runs to edge Lewiston 10-9.

Despite being outhit by Lewiston 13-7, Gardiner got five runs in the fourth and two in the fifth to seal the victory. Kyle Stilphen led the Tigers (5-1) with a single and a double. Travis Dyke and Mike Fontaine had three hits apiece and Eddie West added a double and a single for Lewiston (3-3).


Lewiston 7, Messalonskee 6

OAKLAND – Lewiston trailed 6-3 at halftime but scored four unanswered goals in the second half to pull out a 7-6 victory.

John Roy led the Blue Devils (6-1) with four goals, while Ben Landry, Tim Gilbert, and Craig Sirois each added a goal. Jon Collette turned away eight shots in net for Lewiston. Tim Davis made nine saves in goal for the Eagles (2-2).

Falmouth 16, St. Dom’s 0

FALMOUTH – Falmouth got goals from eight different players and Cal Dunwoody preserved the shutout in net as the Yachtsmen downed St. Dom’s 16-0.

Kyle Jordan and Ethan Wilson each tallied four goals apiece, while Dan Henly and Jake Cerf each added a pair for Falmouth (2-2).

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