POLAND — Adam Gwarjanski pitched a complete-game two-hitter with six strikeouts as Poland shut out Lake Region 3-0 in a WMC baseball game Monday.

The Knights (7-4) scored all of their runs in the fifth inning.

Freshman Aiden Bean drove in two runs on a double in the fifth, while another freshman, Lucas Verrill, added two hits for Poland.

Jaiden Meehan and Dylan Blair had the Lakers’ (2-7) two hits.

LEAVITT 18, WATERVILLE 1: The Hornets (9-2) offense came alive in the third and fourth innings to finish off the Purple Panthers (3-7) in five innings in Turner.

Leavitt trailed 1-0 entering the bottom of the third, but freshman Trent Holst tripled to give the Hornets a shot in the arm. Holst also singled and finished the game with four RBIs. Colten Taylor and Luke Gladu doubled for Leavitt.


Taylor also scattered three hits in five innings on the mound while striking out six to earn the win.

MOUNTAIN VALLEY 13, MADISON 7: Kaden Paaso and Josh Pollis provided three hits apiece to pace the Falcons (4-5) past the Bulldogs (2-7) at Central Maine Community College in Auburn.

Two of Paaso’s hits were triple. He also drove in two runs and scored four. Colby Frisbie had a team-high four RBIs. Tyler Warren also drove in two runs and Seneca Jones had two hits.

Griffin Dickey and Jayden Horton tallied two hits apiece for Madison.

MT. BLUE 7, CAMDEN HILLS 1: Oliver Cormier and Warren Allen led the offense with two hits each as the Cougars (3-5) claimed a road win over the Windjammers (4-7) in Rockport.

One of Allen’s hits was a double, and he drove in three runs. Nolan Leso allowed three hits, two walks and one run while striking out nine batters over 5 2/3 innings on the mound. Jax Vienneau pitched 1 1/3 hitless innings of relief, with one walk and two strikeouts.


Cameron Brown, Tucker Whitley and Kai Young had the hits for Camden Hills, with Whitley driving in Eric LeBlond for the team’s lone run.

MONMOUTH 15, MARANACOOK 2: Carter O’Connell led a potent Mustangs (7-1) offense in a resounding five-inning win over the Black Bears (6-3) in Readfield.

O’Connell had three hits, including two doubles, and three RBIs. Jacob Harmon, Dalton Comeau, Noah Schultz, Rory Foyt and Brandon Smith each had two hits.

River Fallos, Robbie Vivenzio and Brandon Chilton led Maranacook with two hits apiece.

HAMPDEN 3, EDWARD LITTLE 2: Josh Lorenzo scored the game-winning run on an error in the bottom of the seventh inning to lift the unbeaten Broncos (10-0) past the Red Eddies (4-7) in Hampden.

Lorenzo doubled and finished with a game-high three hits. Garrett McLeod and Collin Peckham each contributed a pair of hits.


Hampden pitcher Kaysen Wildman tossed a complete game, striking out four while allowing eight hits and two runs.

Edward Little pitcher Owen Scott recorded seven strikeouts while scattering nine hits and allowing two earned runs over six-plus innings.

Breccan Albert had two hits and drove in two runs for the Red Eddies. Both runs were scored by Joey Samson. Brooks Beaudry also tallied two hits for Edward Little.

MONMOUTH 19, WINTHROP/MARANACOOK 1: Rileigh Chase had three singles and three RBIs to lead the Mustangs to the win.

Riley Smith added two singles and three RBIs for Monmouth (7-1), while Lily Palleschi had a double and a single and Madi Herr and Hayli Paradis added two singles each. Shannah Parsons tossed a one-hitter, striking out eight.

Winthrop/Maranacook falls to 1-6.


SPRUCE MOUNTAIN 4, DIRIGO 0: Devin Bryant, Spruce Mountain’s No. 9 hitter, had two hits in the Phoenix’s (9-1) victory over the Cougars (5-2) in Dixfield.

Jaydn Pingree doubled and drove in two runs. Rylee Turner allowed three hits and didn’t issue a walk in seven innings to earn the shutout win. She struck out four batters.

Nikole Turnbull, Aleiah Ward and Abby Luczynski had the hits for Dirigo. Lana Waite pitched a complete game, allowing six hits and two earned runs while striking out 13.

HAMPDEN ACADEMY 11, EDWARD LITTLE 10: The Broncos (7-3) matched the Red Eddies’ (6-5) four-run top of the eighth with four runs in the bottom of the frame for the walk-off win in Hampden.

It was a slugfest for both teams, with Catarina Facchini homering for Hampden. Kiera Gabric had two doubles and Makayla Shaw hit one.

Izzy Jalbert finished a home run shy of the cycle for Edward Little, with a triple, double and single. Naomi Valcin, Kylee Lebrun, Tiana Avila, Nellie Feeney and Leah Thibodeau also doubled, with Avila matching Jalbert’s three-hit output.

NORTH YARMOUTH ACADEMY SWEEPS ST. DOMINIC: Jordan Nash had three hits and three RBI in game two, helping the Panthers (12-0) complete a doubleheader sweep of the Saints (7-4) in Yarmouth.

Brooklyn Goodman and Hayden Wienckowski had two hits apiece in game one, a 13-6 victory for NYA. Lily Rawnsley added two singles for NYA in an 11-7 win in game two.

Lily Fortin hit a home run in game two for the Saints.

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