April 23 Scores and Highlights

Posted April 23, 2009, at 11:06 p.m.

HIGH SCHOOL

BASEBALL

Foxcroft Acad. 11, Dexter 1

John Bapst 4, Central 3

MDI 1, George Stevens 0

Postponements

Caribou at Hermon (2), Friday, 2 p.m.

Orono at Old Town, Friday, 11 a.m.

SOFTBALL

Foxcroft 14, Dexter 12

George Stevens 6, MDI 0

Postponements

Caribou at Hermon (2), Friday, 2 p.m.

Orono at Old Town, Friday, 11 a.m.

COLLEGE

Baseball

Castleton State 20-13, UM-Farmington 4-1

Husson 17, Colby 6

Softball

Boston University 4, Maine 2

Bridgewater State 16-9, Southern Maine 5-0

Colby 8, Husson 2

Men’s Lacrosse

Southern Maine 7, U-New England 6

Women’s Lacrosse

Southern Maine 15, U New England 12

UM-Farmington 15, Thomas 2

Men’s Tennis

Bates 9. Colby 0

Bowdoin “B” 8, Southern Maine 1

Highlights

HIGH SCHOOL

Baseball

John Bapst 4, Central 3

BANGOR – Two-out run-scoring singles by Miles Gagnon and Casey Hull in the sixth inning produced a pair of unearned runs that rallied John Bapst to a 4-3 schoolboy baseball victory over Central High of Corinth at Mansfield Stadium.

Jason McBurnie picked up the win in relief, tossing three innings of one-hit, scoreless ball.

Hull had a double to go with his single. Chase Huckestein had a run-scoring single and Bill Wetherbee tripled.

Josh Collins pitched a complete-game eight-hitter for Central and also had a double, single and a sacrifice fly. Nick Harvey had a run-scoring single.

MDI 1, George Stevens 0

At Blue Hill, Nolan Hall fired a four-hit shutout, striking out 11 and walking four, and Devon Young’s one-out, run-scoring single drove home the only run in the sixth inning as Mount Desert Island nipped George Stevens Academy.

A walk and a passed ball preceded Young’s base hit.

GSA’s Peter Dickinson allowed three hits and one run over six innings with 13 strikeouts and three walks.

Dennis O’Neil and Chris Gridley had singles for MDI while Nick Saunders, Justin McGraw, Cameron Lawson and Tom Crowe singled for GSA.

Foxcroft Acad. 11, Dexter 1

At Dover-Foxcroft, Ryan Olmsted pitched a one-hitter as the Ponies won their second game in as many days.

D.J. Clukey hit a three-run double in the bottom of the sixth inning to highlight a six-run rally that ended the game under the 10-run rule.

Josiah Richard added an RBI double and three runs for Foxcroft, while Ian Champeon singled twice with an RBI and two runs scored.

Olmsted struck out eight batters and walked five while yielding only a leadoff single to Dexter’s C.J. Giles in the top of the fourth inning.

Olmstead was backed by an errorless Foxcroft defense.

Giles did steal two bases for the Tigers, while Andrew Lary scored Dexter’s lone run on an RBI groundout by Zach Poirier.

Softball

George Stevens 6, MDI 0

At Blue Hill, Lydia Clapp pitched a two-hitter, struck out 12 hitters, issued no walks, and had a double and a sin-gle to lead George Stevens Academy past Mount Desert Island.

Richelle Kane had a triple, a single, and an RBI for the GSA Eagles. Mindy Carter hit an RBI double.

Mackenzie Curtis and Taylor Walls each singled for the Trojans.

Foxcroft 14, Dexter 12

At Dover-Foxcroft, Sam Snyder’s two-run double keyed a four-run fifth inning that gave the Ponies a 14-9 lead and enabled them to hang on for the victory.

Snyder also had a triple and two singles to pace the Ponies’ 14-hit attack while Courtney Withee knocked in three runs with a double and two singles.

Taylor Gross doubled and singled and drove in three runs for the Tigers and Olivia Gardiner singled twice and delivered two runs.

Husson 17, Colby 6

At Coombs Field in Waterville, Nick Arthers hit two home runs and a double with seven RBIs as Husson University cruised to a non-conference victory over the Mules.

Arthers, a senior from Belfast, hit a grand slam to highlight a six-run second-inning rally by the Eagles, who held an 11-0 lead through three innings. Arthers added a two-run homer in the sixth inning and a sacrifice fly in the ninth.

He also scored three runs while going 3 for 5 at the plate.

Matt Archetti added a three-run homer for Husson, while Kyle Vanidestine and Ethan Guerette each doubled.

Eagles’ starter Chris Morris earned the pitching win by working into the sixth inning.

John Lamantia paced Colby with a grand slam.

Castleton sweeps UMF

At Castleton, Vt., Kyle Brook went 6-for-8 and knocked in 10 runs to lead Castleton State to a doubleheader sweep of UMaine-Farmington, 20-4 in the first game and 13-1 in the second.

In the first game, Brooks had four hits and four RBIs for the Spartans while Jack Lancelin hit a two-run single and Aaron Zrenda a two-run double.

Matt Levine hit a two-run homer while Kyle Shea knocked an RBI double for the Beavers.

In the second game, Brook picked up a grand slam and a two-run double to lead Castleton to the sweep.

Billy Manley notched an RBI double and Ted Mills went 3-for-3 with two RBIs.

Phineas Peake drove in the Beavers’ lone run with a double. He added two singles.

COLLEGE

Softball

Boston University 4, Maine 2

At Boston, the visiting Black Bears jumped out to a 1-0 lead, but the Terriers scored twice in the fourth and twice more in the sixth.

Nora Militz led off the fourth with a home run and then Shayne Lotito manufactured another run with a two-out single, two stolen bases, and a run on April Setterlund’s RBI single. In the sixth, Setterlund reached on a two-out error that scored two runs. Lotito and Militz each had two hits.

Maine’s first run came in the first on an Alexis Souhlaris leadoff single, a steal of second, and an error. The Bears got another run in the fifth on a passed ball with one out.

Colby 8, Husson 2

At Waterville, Brittany Tasi and Alyssa Crowell combined on a seven-hitter as Colby snapped Husson Univer-sity’s 14-game winning streak.

Colby built a 7-0 lead thanks to a five-run third inning featuring RBI singles by Meryl Poulin and Christine Gil-lespie.

Alex Essman had three hits for the 16-8 Mules and Tory Starr had an RBI double.

Jamie Milton’s pinch-hit homer and Brianna Webster’s RBI triple paced 17-12 Husson and Diann Ramsey had two singles.

Bridgewater St. sweeps USM

At Bridgewater, Mass., Stacy Capodiece hit two home runs and had six RBIs to lead Bridgewater State to a 16-5, 9-0 doubleheader sweep of the University of Southern Maine.

In the first game, the Bears had 16 hits, including four home runs. Penny King had four RBIs and Rachel Sprague drove in three runs for the winners.

Lauren DiCecco hit a two-run home run for USM, while Jess Hayden of Madison added an RBI double.

In the second game, Capodiece drove home four runs with a two-run homer and a two-run double.

Alyssa Verronneau pitched a two-hitter with seven strikeouts for Bridgewater State.

Lacrosse

UM-Farmington 15, Thomas 2

At Farmington, Lucy Sargent scored four goals, Amie Daniels had three more and Marilyn Grabowski and Ashley Wentworth had two each as the University of Maine-Farmington won its fifth straight.

Kaeleigh Barker, Michelle Daige, Kara Hudson and Corinne Vierkant also scored for UMF and Andrea Knox made eight saves for 5-4 UMF.

Tanya Berry and Megan Denby scored for 1-11 Thomas and Nicole Foss made 19 saves.

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