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Thornton Academy ends Sanford’s winning streak


Thornton Academy built a 7-0 lead after three innings and held off Sanford for a 7-6 win Thursday in a Class A South baseball game in Sanford.

Josh Penney doubled and drove in three runs for Thornton (7-4), which used four pitchers. Blake Bolduc finished the win with three hitless innings.

Beckett Barlow and Ryan Alexander each had an RBI single for Sanford (9-3), which had won seven in a row.

YARMOUTH 3, GRAY-NEW GLOUCESTER 0: Sam Lowenstein threw a no-hitter with 11 strikeouts and three walks to lead the Clippers (9-2) past the Patriots (2-10) in Yarmouth.

Sam Bradford had scored a triple and a run. Alec Gagnon added an RBI double.

KENNEBUNK 2, MARSHWOOD 0: Max Andrews pitched a six-hit shutout as the Rams (8-4) defeated the Hawks (9-4) in Kennebunk.

Joseph DiGiovanni and Drew Sliwkowski each drove in a run in the third inning against Gus Alexander, who allowed only four hits, including a single and a double by Brady Stone.

Charlie Hudson singled and doubled for Marshwood.

NOBLE 10, CHEVERUS 8: Tanner Filliponne and Owen Gray each recorded two hits and two RBI as the Knights (5-8) defeated the Stags (2-10) in Portland.

Bryce Farwell had two hits and an RBI, Adam Dumont scored three runs and Evan Ballard had two hits and scored twice.

Chris Murphy hit a two-run single for Cheverus. Reis Stamaris, Devin Kelly, Lucas Soutuyo and AJ Lauture all produced two hits.

GORHAM 11, BIDDEFORD 0: Miles Brenner threw a one-hitter, and Casey Skolfield had three hits and two RBI as the Rams (7-5) cruised to a win over the Tigers (5-7) in Biddeford.

Cole Whitehead helped with four RBI. Mason Finck added an RBI triple.


YARMOUTH 16, GRAY-NEW GLOUCESTER 12: Julia Brown went 3 for 4 with four RBI and three runs scored, including a three-run homer, to power the Clippers (5-5) past the Patriots (0-13) in Yarmouth.

Drea Rideout and Adelaide Strout each scored three goals. Rideout drove in two runs.

Maisie Lerette had three hits and three RBI and scored five runs for Gray-New Gloucester.


WELLS 4, TRAIN ACADEMY 3: Caitlin Rooney scored two goals and Jess Palmer and Cali Leighton had one each as the Warriors (8-3) defeated Rangers (6-4) in Wells.

Wells goalkeeper Kayla Bolton made seven saves.

Keira Alessi scored twice for Traip.

GORHAM 13, SANFORD 2: Ellie Gay and Kennady Peary provided a balanced attack with three goals each as the Rams (8-3) rolled past the Spartans (6-4) in Gorham.

Hannah Bickford added two goals.

Sadie Sevigny scored both Sanford goals.

SOUTH PORTLAND 10, WESTBROOK 5: Lauren Steady scored four goals, and Sophia Talty, Abigail Thayer and Cara Inman each added a pair as the Red Riots (3-6) defeated the Blue Blazes (3-8) in South Portland.

Westbrook got four goals from Lyla Dunphe and one from Kylie Young.

LINCOLN ACADEMY 11, GARDINER/HALL-DALE 8: Mariam DeLisle scored eight goals to lead the Eagles (7-3) past the Tigers (5-6) in Newcastle.

Scarlett O’Brien scored two goals and Ava Lord had a goal and an assist for Lincoln, which erased an early 5-1 deficit en route to its fifth straight win.

Catherine Mansir and Lydia Gero led Gardiner with two goals each.

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