SALEM — Mt. Abram’s Hunter Warren and Ben Debiase combined to no-hit Carrebec in a 10-0 baseball victory in five innings on Wednesday.
Warren pitched the first three innings and struck out seven batters, and Debiase fanned four across the final two frames. Warren also had three hits at the plate, including a triple. Wyatt Siemenski added two hits for the Roadrunners, and Debiase hit a double.
Luke Carey pitched all four innings for the Cobras.
LEWISTON 10, GARDINER 0: The Blue Devils (8-3) won their eighth consecutive game, shutting out the Tigers (4-6) in six innings in Lewiston.
Andon Cox and Nate Lyons had two hits and drove in two runs apiece for Lewiston, while Keegan McLaughlin scored three runs. Connor Wolverton also had two hits, and Cooper St. Hilaire tripled and earned the win by pitching the final four innings.
Andrew Kelley and Chadwick Wyatt had Gardiner’s two hits.
LISBON 16, BUCKFIELD 2: The Greyhounds (7-2) plated seven runs in the first inning en route to a five-inning win over the Bucks (1-10) in Buckfield.
Lisbon’s Jimmy Fitzsimmons doubled and tripled, while Ethan Brown and Levi Tibbetts contributed a double and a single apiece and Jack Ramich added a double.
Tibbetts pitched all five innings and held Buckfield to one hit.
The Bucks scored twice in the fourth inning, highlighted by a home from by freshman Brayden Jack.
OXFORD HILLS 6, MESSALONSKEE 0: Wyatt Knightly had himself a day, striking out 10 and scattering five hits in a complete-game shutout while also compiling three hits and three RBIs in the Vikings’ (9-1) win over the Eagles (8-2) at Paris.
Hunter Tardiff also had three hits, including a double, for Oxford Hills, and Ethan Cutler (triple), Andrew Merrill and Matt Doucette each had two.
Andrew Mayo hit a double for Messalonskee.
POLAND 2, OAK HILL 1: Dylan Sellinger broke a 1-1 tie with a fifth-inning home run as the Knights (6-6) won at Poland.
Sellinger had two of the four hits allowed by Oak Hill pitcher Kyle Delano. Hunter Gibson pitched a complete game for Poland, scattering six hits and striking out seven.
Gavin Rawstron had two hits for the Raiders (6-2), including a double.
LEWISTON 8, GARDINER 0: Charlotte Cloutier hit a home run in the fifth inning to help the Blue Devils down the Tigers at Lewiston.
Cloutier had two hits in the game, as did Abby Chartier, while Gemma Landry and Morgan Brown both had three. Chartier and Landry both hit doubles. Izzy Cormier pitched seven shutout innings, scattering seven hits.
Taylor Takatsu had a pair of hits for Gardiner, and Brookelynn Gero and Lainey Cooley split time pitching.
MADISON 1, BUCKFIELD 0: Landyn Landry had an RBI single for the game’s only run as the Bulldogs edged the Bucks in Madison.
Brooke McKenney earned the win, striking out 11. Abi Linkletter had a single and scored a run for Madison (9-1) while Lillian Levesque and McKenney had the other singles.
Cara Merrill had a double and a single for Buckfield (4-4), while Alyssa Litchfield added a single.
BRUNSWICK 13, LEWISTON 3: The Dragons (8-1) used a balanced attack and a five-goal third quarter to down the Blue Devils (5-4) at Lewiston.
Brunswick had eight different goal-scorers, and three other players added assists. Sean Lyne led the attack with three goals and two assists.
Tyler Leger scored two goals for Lewiston and John Bigelow scored the other for Lewiston. Blue Devils goalie Donald Tripp made 17 saves.
ST. DOMINIC 3, GRAY-NEW GLOUCESTER 2: Garrett Kendall, Lucas Pushard and Murphy Randall scored as the Saints (3-3) held off the Patriots (3-4) in Auburn.
Goalie Aaron Thibault made 14 saves for the Saints.
Owen McDuffie and Ben Pierce scored fourth-quarter goals for Gray-New Gloucester, and Sam Tibbetts stopped 13 shots.
OXFORD HILLS 18, MORSE 4: Olivia Orlando and Celia Melanson scored four goals apiece as the Vikings (4-1) handled the Shipbuilders (2-5) in Bath.
Ashlee Farrar, Kelsey Bennett, McKinley Soehren and Mallory Kennison each added two goals for Oxford Hills.
Mary LaRochelle scored three goals for the Shipbuilders.
ST. DOMINIC 21, FRYEBURG 4: Taryn Cloutier scored four goals and had two assists to lead the Saints’ (4-4) attack at Auburn.
Jess Zimmerman had three goals and an assist for St. Dom’s, and Emily Wallingford had two goals and four assists. Natalia Russell made seven saves.
Hope Duffy scored two goals for the Raiders, and Maggie Powers stopped nine shots.