SALEM — Hunter Warren pitched a no-hitter for third-seeded Mt. Abram (14-3) in its 2-0 victory over Sacopee Valley (12-6) in the Class C South baseball quarterfinals Thursday.

Warren struck out eighth batters. He also drove in a run.

MONMOUTH 18, MARANACOOK 9: Matt Marquis had four hits, including a double, to lead the second-seeded Mustangs to a Class C South quarterfinal win over the seventh-seeded Black Bears in Monmouth.

Hayden Fletcher had two doubles for Monmouth, while Manny Calder had three hits.

Tyler Hreben, Wyatt Lambert and Alex Trafton each had two hits for Maranacook.

LEWISTON 16, CONY 6: Damon Bossie drove in seven runs for the second-seeded Blue Devils (14-3) in a Class A North quarterfinal win over the seventh-seeded Rams (8-9) in Lewiston.


Bossie had three hits, including a triple. Joe Murphy added two triples and drove home four runs and Cooper St. Hilaire contributed two singles.

Kyle Douin paced Cony with two hits, including a triple, and two RBIs. Issac Gammon also had two hits and he scored two runs.

FREEPORT 10, GRAY-NEW GLOUCESTER 0: Blaine Cockburn and Zane Aguiar and combined on a one-hitter, leading the ninth-seeded Falcons (12-6) to a Class B South quarterfinal win over the 16th-seeded Patriots (3-15) in Freeport.

Cockburn hit the first batter of the game, then struck the next 11 before exiting after four innings. Aguiar gave up Gray-New Gloucester’s only hit.

Keigan Shea and Gus Wing each recorded multiple hits for Freeport, which ended the game through the mercy rule with a run in the sixth. Anthony Panciocco notched a double.

Freeport advances to the semifinals Saturday against No. 5 York.


The Patriots’ season ends in the quarterfinals after an upset win over top-seeded Yarmouth on Tuesday.

WELLS 1, LEAVITT 0: Hayden Barker reached on an error and later scored on a Devin Brown grounder for the only run of the contest as the third-seeded Warriors (12-6) edged the No. 6 Hornets (9-9) in a tight Class B South quarterfinal at Wells.

Owen Coggeshall pitched 6.1 innings of shutout ball for Wells, allowing four hits and striking out four batters. Zach Carpenter entered and recorded a save, retiring the only two hitters he faced.

The Warriors will travel to Cumberland to face second-seeded Greely in a Class B South semifinal on Saturday.

CAPE ELIZABETH 13, POLAND 2: Kat Callahan, Dana Schwartz and Abigail Scifres each tallied four hits for the second-seeded Capers (18-0) as they cruised to a Class B South quarterfinal win over the seventh-seeded Knights (11-5) in Cape Elizabeth.

Winning pitcher Anna Connell allowed just three hits while striking out 11.


GRAY-NEW GLOUCESTER 3, LINCOLN 0: Madison Pelletier pitched a three-hitter, and the fifth-seeded Patriots (14-4) scored three runs in the seventh inning to beat the fourth-seeded Eagles (12-5) in a Class B South quarterfinal in Newcastle.

Pelletier struck out 12 and walked one.

Heather Nevells drove in two runs and Anna Gilbert had the other RBI for the Patriots, who will visit top-seeded Fryeburg on Saturday.

MADISON 3, TELSTAR 0: Brooke McKenney had a home run and earned the win in the circle for the Bulldogs in a Class C South quarterfinal win over the Rebels in Madison.

Landyn Landry had two doubles for Madison (14-1), while Jersey Tewksbury added a double.

Telstar finishes the season with a 6-5 record.


OXFORD HILLS 10, CAMDEN HILLS 0: Kiara McLeod allowed two hits in six innings and also drove in three runs with a triple and a single to pace the third-seeded Vikings (15-2) to a Class A North quarterfinal win over the No. 6 Windjammers (12-6) in Paris.

Bella Devivo had three singles and two RBIs. Trinity Bernard also got two hits and Chloe Estes hit a double.

Mikayla Talbot and Kennedy Peterson had the only hits for Camden Hills.

SKOWHEGAN 12, EDWARD LITTLE 1: Sierra Carey drove in two runs in the first inning and that was all the run support the River Hawks (16-1) starting pitcher needed in a Class A North quarterfinal win over the Red Eddies (7-10) at Skowhegan.

Carey and Kiara Warren, who pitched from the sixth inning on, combined to scatter seven hits and strike out five for second-seeded Skowhegan. Maddy Morris collected two hits and three RBIs.

Maddie Emmert had two hits for 10th-seeded Edward Little, which scored its lone run in the top of the second inning.


ST. DOMINIC 9, VINALHAVEN 1: Lucy Frenette had a double, a single and two RBIs to lead the sixth-seeded Saints (7-9) to a D South quarterfinal win over the No. 3 Vikings in Vinalhaven.

Ava Apodac added a bunt single. Kathleen Dean had a single and picked up the win, throwing 84 pitches.

ST. DOMINIC 24, ERSKINE 7: Taryn Cloutier and Natalie Brocke each had five goals in the Saints’ (6-7) Class C playoff victory against the Eagles (4-9) in Auburn.

Jess Zimmerman added four goals for eighth-seeded St. Dom’s, while Emma Roy and Emily Wallingford scored three times apiece, Bella Pelletier scored twice and Autumn Clark and Gigi Ouellette each contributed one goal.

Georgian Davidson made five saves for the Saints.

Sarah Paul led Erskine with five goals. Isabella Smith and Grace Hutchins also scored.

ST. DOMINIC 5, LINCOLN 4: The Saints (5-7) tied the game then won it with a pair of late goals scored 15 seconds apart to advance past the Eagles (2-8) in a Class C first-round game in Auburn.

Kevin Gallic set up Devdan Young for the game-winner with 2:59 left in the fourth quarter. Lucas Pushard tied the game with the last of his four goals with 3:14 left in the game. Gage Smith and Michael Stowe had assists for seventh-seeded St. Dom’s, and Aaron Thibault made seven saves in goal.

Will Farrell stopped eight shots in net for 10th-seeded Lincoln Academy.

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