DAMARISCOTTA — Jim Therriault pitched a complete game two-hitter and Spencer Allen hit an RBI double as Gardiner beat Lincoln County 1-0 in an American Legion Baseball Zone 2 game Tuesday.

Theriault struck out six to earn his third win of the season for Gardiner (11-2).

Gardiner scored its lone run in the first inning, when Dennis Meehan was hit by a pitch, stole second and scored on Allen’s doble.

Tim Farrar had a single and a double for Lincoln County.

Franklin County 8, Waterville 7: Eli Capen led off the bottom of the seventh inning with a walk, moved to second on an error, to third on a groundout and scored on a two-out error as Franklin County beat Waterville in Farmington.

Jimmy Neal had a single, a triple, a home run and six RBIs for Franklin County (5-7). Ryan Greenman and Andrew Pratt each added three hits, while Cam Abbott had a triple and a single.

Waterville falls to 3-8.

South China Subway 10, Amato’s 7: Shyler Scates threw four innings of scoreless relief as South China Subway rallied for the win.

Trailing 7-4 after four innings, South China (7-4) tied the game with a run in the seventh, then took the lead with three runs in the top of the ninth. Tom Grady hit a sacrifice fly to score Jory Humphrey with the go ahead run, and Ryan Pulver later added a two-run single.

Humphrey had four hits for South China. Scates struck out six and walked none to pick up the win in relief.

Junior Legion

Cumberland 14, Somerset 13, 9 innings: Cumberland scored three times in the top of the ninth inning and held on to beat Somerset on Monday in Skowhegan.

Jon Wright had a double and two singles, Mike Shields a triple and two singles, and Gabe Alexson two singles for Cumberland (6-3).

Derek McCarty had three singles for Somerset (6-4), which scored twice in the bottom of the ninth. Dallon Stevens added two doubles, while Dylan Belanger had a double and a single.

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