DIXFIELD — Conroy LeBlond went a perfect 7-for-7 at the plate, including a grand slam and 10 RBIs, and Will Emerson fired a five-inning no-hitter to lead Gayton Post to a 15-0, 12-2 doubleheader sweep over Swansey-Torrey in Zone 3 Legion baseball action Saturday.

Emerson struck out seven and walked two in his five-inning gem.  Gayton erupted for 10 runs in the fifth inning to put an early ending on the opener. LeBlond had four hits and Alex Wong added three hits including a solo home run and a double.

In the second game, Gayton scored four times in the first inning to set the tone. LeBlond ripped his grand slam in the fourth inning to extend Gaytons’s lead to 9-1. He finished the game with three more hits and six RBIs. Jeff Keene added two hits and a pair of RBIs. Joe Sullivan pitched the final six innings to pick up the win.

Dave Guildford hit a double to lead off the fifth and scored on Tyler Gates’ bunt in the fifth.

The Dixfield club, which had dropped a 2-1 pitcher’s dual to Brunswick in its last game, fell to 1-5 on the season.

Bessey sweeps Andy Valley

SOUTH PARIS — Matt Verrier’s three-run homer in the first inning got Bessey Motors off to a great start as it went on to sweep a pair from Andy Valley, 12-3 and 5-3, in Zone 3 Legion baseball action Saturday.

Dan Millett and Evan Humphrey added to the Bessey fireworks with a double apiece in the first game. 

In the second game, Eric Henderson tossed a complete game three-hitter to lead Bessey (4-0) to the 5-3 triumph. Henderson fanned six and walked just one. Millett and Humphrey led the offense again with two hits apiece. James McLamb pitched well for Andy Valley, which led until Bessey put four runs across in the fifth. Dan Buzzell hit a double for Andy Valley (1-3).

Smith Tobey takes pair from Mechanic Falls

POLAND — Scott Rogers homered in both games and Smith-Tobey hammered out 26 hits on the day to sweep Mechanic Falls, 14-0 and 12-5, in a Zone 3 Legion baseball doubleheader Saturday.

Rogers and Jamie Wallace went deep to lead Smith-Tobey’s 16-hit attack in the 14-0 opener. Smith-Tobey scored a run in each of the first five inning, then exploded for nine in the sixth to invoke the 10-run mercy rule. Anthony Farrell had four hits, including two doubles, and Tim Bickford added a pair of doubles among his three hits for Smith-Tobey. Taylor Ross limited Mechanic Falls to just two hits.

Bickford was one of the hitting stars in Game 2 as well, collecting three hits, including a double, and also picked up the win in relief in the 12-5 victory. Rogers’ second homer was one of his two hits for the game. Casey Ray and Cody Leland each belted a double for Mechanic Falls (0-6).


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