BUCKFIELD — A nice hitting day propelled the Buckfield baseball team to a doubleheader sweep of Forest Hills on Saturday.

The Bucks won the opener 8-3 and then beat the Tigers 11-1 in five innings in the second game.

Brayden Jack doubled and singled for Buckfield (3-4). He also scored twice, the first the go-ahead run when he went from first base to home after a few throwing errors, which made the score 3-2.

The second run came in the sixth inning when Ryder Bragg hit a two-run single that also scored James Tyne in the bottom of the sixth, which made the lead 8-3.

Krosby Harvey also doubled and singled for the Bucks. Tyne pitched four innings to earned the win.

Gabe White took the mound for Buckfield in the second game and pitched all five innings. He struck out nine batters.


Seamus Keough doubled and tripled for the Bucks, and Harvey again had a double and a single. Buckfield, which finished with 11 hits, scored five runs in the first inning and four in the fourth.

Forest Hills’ (3-4) Aaron Obert doubled in each game, while Connor Achey and Liam Achey each had two hits in the second game.

MOUNTAIN VALLEY 5, MT. ABRAM 4: Josh Pollis’ walk-off single in the bottom of the seventh gave the Falcons (3-6) a win over the Roadrunners (7-3) in a game played at Dirigo High School in Dixfield.

Colby Frisbie drove in two runs while Jake New had a double for Mountain Valley. New and Kaden Paaso each scored two runs.

Cam Grey notched two hits and drove in two runs for Mt. Abram. Ash Rollins and Bryce Cote each tallied one RBI, Logan Dube had two hits and Killian Pillsbury scored twice.

Bradley Sirois went the distance on the mound for the Falcons and allowed four runs on seven hits while walking three and striking out a pair.


TRAIP 4, TELSTAR 2: Chris Balano capped a sixth-inning rally with a two-run single as the Rangers (5-4) edged the Rebels (2-7) in Kittery.

Caleb French tied the game earlier in the sixth with an RBI double.

Traip’s Sean Webster pitched a three-hitter with 11 strikeouts and one earned run allowed.

OXFORD HILLS 6, LEWISTON 0: Cameron Mayhan gave up a hit to the Blue Devils’ first batter of the game then didn’t allow another in the Vikings’ (10-1) Class A North win in Lewiston.

Mayhan finished with seven strikeouts and seven walks.

The first four innings were a pitchers’ duel between Mayhan and Lewiston’s Ava Dionne (three strikeouts, one walk in seven innings). Then the Vikings pulled away with two runs in the fifth inning and three in the sixth.


“Oxford was able to capitalize on the only two times that they were able to string some hits together late in the game,” Blue Devils coach Ryan Cormier said.

Maddy Miller had three hits, drove in three runs and scored two for Oxford Hills, and Samantha McPhail singled and also drove home two runs. Mynahan helped her own cause with an RBI, while Gigi DeVivo, Kyeria Morse and Charlotte McGreevy each belted two singles.

Isabella Enos had the lone hit for the Blue Devils (5-5).

“Even though it was a 6-0 loss for us, today’s game helped build confidence for players who stepped up for starters who were absent,” Cormier said. “These players filled in key spots on the field and played great. Very happy with the way we played today.

“Oxford played great too, made some big catches in the outfield to keep us with only one hit today against Cameron.”

NYA 12, OAK HILL 2: Brooklyn Goodman was 4 for 4 with two RBI, and Lily Rawnsley added three hits and two RBI while pitching a two-hitter as the Panthers (10-0) defeated the Raiders (4-4) in six innings at Yarmouth.


Hayden Wienckowski also drove in two runs for North Yarmouth Academy.

Oak Hill got both of its hits in the first inning. Ava Rivet singled and eventually scored on a single by Sydney Wood.

SPRUCE MOUNTAIN 13, FRYEBURG 3: The Phoenix flew past the Raiders (2-8) with an 11-run fifth inning en route to a six-inning victory in Fryeburg.

Spruce Mountain (8-1) was scoreless through four innings and trailed 1-0 before its big fifth inning.

Jaydn Pingree pitched five innings and earned the win for the Phoenix. Jazmine Pingree and Samantha Hodkins each had a pair of hits.

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