canada africa partner reservation Mountain Valley baseball earns victory over Mount Abram

Mountain Valley baseball earns victory over Mount Abram


DIXFIELD — Josh Pollis had a walk-off single in the bottom of the seventh inning to give Mountain Valley a 5-4 win Saturday over Mt. Abram in the baseball action.

Colby Frisbie drove in two runs while Jake New doubled for Mountain Valley (3-6).

Cam Gray scored two hits and drove in two for Mt. Abram (7-3). Ash Rollins and Bryce Cote each had an RBI.

Bradley Sirois went the distance for the Falcons, allowing four runs on seven hits. He walked three batters and struck out a pair. Logan Dube took the loss in relief in 1 and 2/3 inning, allowing one run and one walk and striking out one.

BUCKFIELD 8-11, FOREST HILLS 3-1: A nice batting day lifted the Bucks to a doubleheader sweep.

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 pair of throwing errors, making the score 3-2.

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

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

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

Seamus Keough had a double and triple 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 had a double in each game, while Connor Achey and Liam Achey each had two singles in the second game.


NYA 12, OAK HILL 2: Brooklyn Goodman was 4 for 4 with two RBIs, and Lily Rawnsley added three hits and two RBIs while throwing a two-hitter as the Panthers won in six innings at Yarmouth.

Hayden Wienckowski also scored two runs for NYA (10-0).

Oak Hill (4-4) got both hits in the first inning. Ava Rivet singled and eventually scored on a single by Sydney Wood.

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