WINTHROP — Junior pitcher Ben Allen had an excellent outing, going 3-for-3 at the plate, and earning the mound win as Winthrop dodged the raindrops for a 7-2 victory over Mt. Abram in MVC baseball action Friday.

Allen roped a pair of doubles for two RBIs and crossed the plate twice to help his own effort for the Ramblers (7-6). Junior Mario Meucci contributed a pair of hits and two RBIs for Winthrop.

Center fielder Jonny Hart collected two of the Roadrunner’s (4-8) five hits in the losing effort.

Gray-NG 10, Fryeburg 0

FRYEBURG — Tyler St. Pierre hurled a no-hitter and struck out 17 Friday to lead Gray-New Gloucester to a commanding 10-0 victory over Fryeburg in baseball action.

The junior pitcher just three on the afternoon. Evan Plummer got the bats rolling for the Patriots (9-6), placing a bases loaded single into play and scoring two runners. Justin McKenna chipped in a pair of hits as well for Gray-New Gloucester.

Liam LeConey received the loss on the mound as Fryeburg remains winless at 0-13.

Poland 13, Waynflete 0

PORTLAND — Jake Simard threw a two-hit performance on the mound to power Poland to a 13-0 victory over Waynflete in baseball action on Friday.

Simard assisted his own efforts by chipping in a pair of hits and two RBI’s on offense. Lukas Johnson batted in four runs for the Knights (12-3), while Tanner Marston and Kaleb Bridgham scattered two hits apiece. Peterson Silk and Joe Schnier provided Waynflete with their only two hits of the game, as they fall even at 7-7 on the season.

Spruce Mountain 6, Boothbay 2

BOOTHBAY — A balanced scoring attack aided strong defensive support, as Spruce Mountain outlasted Boothbay 6-2 in a MVC baseball contest on Friday.

John McKenna secured the win on the mound for the Phoenix (7-9), going four innings and allowing just two earned runs. Sebastian Lombardi smacked a pair of hits and a double for Spruce, while Brandon Stearns finished up the game on the mound.

Julian Aponte and Mark Burge combined to place the four hits for the Seahawks, as they fall to 0-14 on the season.

Oak Hill 5, Madison 2

WALES — Parker Asselin drove in two runs with a single in a three-run third inning to lift Oak Hill to a 5-2 win over Madison Friday.

Jake Bannister and Brady Dion each had two hits for the Raiders (12-3). Madison had built a 2-1 lead with single runs in the fourth and fifth before Oak Hill scored three in the bottom of the fifth. The Raiders added another in the sixth.

Matt Arnold, Matt Clifford and Jake Martin combined to allowed just five hits and strikeout seven. Martin struck out the side in the seventh.

Madison (5-11) got a pair of hits from Chase Malloy.


Madison 8, Oak Hill 0

WALES — Senior pitcher Emily McKenney struck out eight and went 3-for-4 at the plate to lead Madison to an 8-0 victory over Oak Hill in MVC softball action Friday.

The Bulldogs (15-1) scattered 12 hits and scored in five of their seven innings. Kirsten Wood chipped in with three hits for Madison.

On defense for the Raiders (8-7), Sadie Goulet scooped up the ball and made a diving play at third base to prevent even more damage in the eight-run tilt.

Telstar 3, Monmouth 1

BETHEL — Senior pitcher Jessie Dirago singled in the eventual game-winning run by plating Autum Morin in the third inning as Telstar bested Monmouth 3-1 in MVC softball action Friday.

The Rebels (10-4) manufactured a pair of runs in the third inning of was shaping up to be a pitcher’s duel. Hayley Peterson produced a two-out single in the sixth inning for a Telstar insurance run.

Caroline Bonenfant collected a pair of hits for the Mustangs (9-6) as Monmouth was limited to just three in the game.

Monmouth pitcher, Paxton Lessard, only gave up five hits. But, eight errors and well-timed runs proved to be the deciding factor.

Spruce Mountain 25, Boothbay 1

BOOTHBAY — The Spruce Mountain offense lit up on Friday night, placing 14 hits through five innings to propel the Phoenix to a 25-1 rout of Boothbay in MVC softball.

Spruce tallied 13 runs in the second inning alone to aid the victory. Alex Bessey and Hayley Doyen led the charge, with three hits apiece for the Phoenix (8-8).

Emily Keene had two hits and drove in two runs.

Keene, Bessey and Megan Duval combined to allow just six Boothbay hits and one earned run.

Boothbay’s Chyanne Rogers scattered a pair of hits, as they fall to 0-14 on the season.

Girls’ lacrosse

Portland 21, Edward Little 5

PORTLAND — Ten scorers were utilized in a balanced scoring attack for Portland, as they rolled past Edward Little 21-5 in girls’ lacrosse.

Erin Mahoney, Ellis Linsmith, Isabel Stehli and Merritt Ryan led the scoring effort for Portland, with three goals apiece. Portland outshot Edward Little 43 to 13 on the day, improving their record to 5-6.

Sophomore Francesca Haines tallied all five of the goals for the Red Eddies (0-11), while Liz Farr stopped five shots in net.

Boys’ lacrosse

St. Dom’s 12, Mt. Blue 2

AUBURN — Austin Roy led all scorers with four goals in a strong offensive attack, as St. Dom’s topped Mt. Blue 12-2 in a boys’ lacrosse match up.

St. Dom’s made use of seven different scorers to compliment Alex Michaud in net, who turned back 10 shots. Brendan Donovan and Matt Chasse chipped in a pair of goals each for the Saints, who jump to 4-6 on the season.

Cordell Ellis and Casey Taylor tallied the lone goals for the Cougars (2-9).

Morse 8, Oak Hill 4

WALES — Alec Beveridge and Oliver Kruze controlled the pace of the offense for Morse, as they ran to a 8-4 victory over Oak Hill in boys’ lacrosse action.

Kruze and Beveridge knotched two goals and two assists for the Shipbuilders. Kevin Thibodeau turned back 12 shots in goal to secure the victory. Steven Gilbert tacked on a pair of goals for Oak Hill in the loss.

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