April 24 Scores and Highlights

Posted April 25, 2009, at 1:35 a.m.
Last modified Oct. 19, 2010, at 11:17 a.m.

HIGH SCHOOL

BASEBALL

Ashland 8, Central Aroostook 5

Bangor 3, Lawrence 0

Bangor Christian 12, Schenck 2

Bucksport 16, George Stevens 3

Caribou 19-15, Hermon 6-1

Ellsworth 11, Sumner 1

Maranacook 3, Mount View 2

Medomak 9, Camden Hills 8

Oak Hill 15, MCI 0

Orono 6, Old Town 0

Penquis 7, Piscataquis 2

Stearns 6, Penobscot Valley 2

Washington Acad. 11, Lee 6

SOFTBALL

Ashland 19, Central Aroostook 6

Bangor 5, Lawrence 1

Bangor Christian 12, Schenck 1

Bucksport 4, George Stevens 3

Hampden 5, Messalonskee 3

Hermon 7-4, Caribou 2-2

Medomak Valley 13, Camden Hills 0

Oak HIll 6, MCI 3

Old Town 12, Orono 0

Penobscot Valley 5, Stearns 4

Piscataquis 6, Penquis 5

Sumner 6, Ellsworth 4

Washington Academy 19, Lee 7

COLLEGE

BASEBALL

Bowdoin 5, Bates 3

Castleton 12-12, UM-Farmington 3-6

UMass Boston 5, Southern Maine 0

Tufts 5, Colby 3

GNAC Quarterfinals

St. Joseph’s 9, Johnson and Wales 8

Sunrise Conference Playoffs

UM-Presque Isle 8, Vermont Tech. 5

SOFTBALL

UM-Farmington 5-2, Husson 3-5

U-New England 7-7, New England College 1-6

GNAC Quarterfinals

Saint Joseph’s 3, Suffolk 0

MEN’S LACROSSE

Bates 9, Colby 8

WOMEN’S LACROSSE

Colby 18, Bates 12

Tufts 13, Bowdoin 7

MEN’S TENNIS

Bridgewater State 6, Southern Maine 3

WOMEN’S TENNIS

Colby 5, Bates 4

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HIGH SCHOOL

BASEBALL

Bangor 3, Lawrence 0

At Fairfield, Mack Susi singled in two runs and Ryan Larochelle drove in another with a single as Bangor blanked Lawrence 3-0 in high school base-ball action Friday night. Starter Kyle Savage and reliever Zane Gray combined to strike out six and walk four for the Rams. Savage went six innings to pick up the win, and Gray pitched the last inning to complete the two-hitter and earn a save. Devin Lyshon recorded a double for Bangor. Blair Blais-dell and Mike Capponi singled for Lawrence.

Caribou sweeps Hermon

At Hermon, Caribou scored a combined 34 runs as the Vikings swept Hermon 19-6 and 15-1 in a dou-bleheader. In the first game, Matt Kinney hit three singles and drove in three runs for Caribou. Pat Thibodeau tripled and singled with two RBIs while Cameron Anderson and Chad McCarthy each had two singles and three RBIs. Freshman Kevin Fre-derick hit a grand slam in his first varsity at bat for Hermon. In the second game, Thibodeau had three singles, a double, four runs scored and four RBIs for Caribou. Kinney hit three singles and scored four times while Seth Sager had three singles and two RBIs. Matt McLaughlin doubled and singled to lead Hermon. Cody Veilleau knocked in a run on a sacri-fice fly.

Ashland 8, Central Aroostook 5

At Mars Hill, Henry Milligan doubled and singled (two RBIs) to lead Ashland to the win. Tony Baker added a couple of singles for the Hornets. Logan McLaughlin hit a solo homer for Central Aroostook while Dan Brewer connected for a three-run triple.

Washington Acad. 11, Lee 6

At East Machias, Ryan Schoppee hit a double and two singles as Washington Academy defeated Lee Academy. Mike Lenfestey and Matt Jenkins each singled twice for the Raiders. Dean McDonald hit a single and a solo home run for Lee. Isaac Mallett added two singles.

Ellsworth 11, Sumner 1

At East Sullivan, three pitchers combined for an Ellsworth one-hit, one-run victory over Sumner. John Calrin, Andrew Hodge and Pat Kelley com-bined for 10 strikeouts and two walks for Ellsworth. Kelley had two doubles, a single, two RBIs and two runs scored for the Eagles. Hodge doubled and sin-gled with two RBIs, Mickey Manning hit a two-run double and Brad Folmer scored twice. Mike Crowley hit an RBI double in the third inning for Sumner.

Maranacook 3, Mount View 2

At Thorndike, Ian Palmer scored the winning run in the seventh inning on a one-out single by Keegan Ballard to lift Maranacook of Readfield over Mount View. Nate Toboson struck out 11 for Maranacook. Pat Norwood doubled, singled and drove in two runs and Cory Palmer added three singles. Cody Raven singled twice and scored a run for the Mustangs while Dylan Keller hit an RBI single.

Bangor Christian 12, Schenck 2

At Bangor, Brett Bradford hit a three-run homer in the fourth inning as Bangor Christian beat Schenck of East Millinocket. Jared Theriault hit a double and three singles while knocking in two runs for the Patriots. Chris Potter had a double, two sin-gles and three RBIs and Nate Fowler chipped in three singles and an RBI. Jon Sirois led the Wolver-ines with an RBI double. Ben Leclerc singled for the other hit.

Stearns 6, Penobscot Valley 2

At Howland, Kurt Hamilton doubled and knocked in two runs as Stearns of Millinocket defeated Pe-nobscot Valley. Aaron Cyr had an RBI and scored two runs for the Minutemen. Aaron Cyr struck out seven and picked up the complete-game win. An-thony Batchelder singled twice and knock in a run for the Howlers. Jake Jones doubled.

Penquis 7, Piscataquis 2

At Guilford, Eddie Lobb hit two singles and drove in three runs as Penquis of Milo beat Piscataquis. Brad Brown doubled and singled with two runs scored for Penquis. Jesse McLaughlin singled twice and scored two runs. Kyle Larson struck out six in three innings. Noble Lovell hit a two-run single in the seventh for Penquis. Yaal Kand added two sin-gles.

Oak Hill 15, MCI 0

At Pittsfield, Brett Turcotte had a home run and two singles to drive in three runs and lift Oak Hill of Sabattus over Maine Central Institute. Josh Prue drove in four runs and hit a double and two singles for the Raiders. Cody Plourde had three singles and three RBIs and Joey Morneault added two singles and two RBIs. Nick Miller and Zach Doiron hit two singles apiece for MCI.

Orono 6, Old Town 0

At Old Town, Sean Kilpatrick allowed just three hits and one walk while striking out seven to lead Orono to the shutout win over Old Town. Brandon LeVasseur hit an RBI double and an RBI single to pace Orono. Kash Keezer doubled, singled and scored two runs. Austin Cyr singled and scored twice and Charlie Boyle hit an RBI single. Zack Ko-chis hit two singles to lead Old Town. Nathan Ed-wards singled.

SOFTBALL

Ashland 19, Central Aroostook 6

At Mars Hill, Rylee Graham drove in six runs on three singles while Mir Donovan had two singles and three RBIs in the win for Ashland. Suzie Poulin had two singles and two RBIs while Crystal Cook knocked in two with a single for the Hornets. Rachel Donhue’s RBI double paced Central Aroostook.

Hermon sweeps Caribou

At Hermon, sophomore Debbie Colpitts struck out 20 on the day as Hermon defeated Caribou 7-2 in the first game and 4-2 in the nightcap. In the first game, Colpitts had 13 strikeouts and hit tow singles for Hermon. Jaimie Beers doubled and singled with three RBIs. Ashley Ayotte singled twice to pace Caribou. Emily Staples recorded seven strikeouts. In the second game, Colpitts didn’t allow any runs and had seven strikeouts for the Hawks. McKayla Bates hit a triple and two singles. Sami Schultz and Erin Arnold both had two singles. Ashley Doucette and Kristen Espling hit RBI doubles for Caribou.

Bucksport 4, George Stevens 3

At Bucksport, Rochelle Pelletier scored the win-ning run from third after a fielding error in the sev-enth inning to lead Bucksport past George Stevens Academy of Blue Hill. Sophomore right-hander Abby Yeo struck out 11 and walked none for Buck-sport. Bailey Blair had three singles and an RBI while Shelby Redman hit two singles. Lydia Clapp recorded eight strikeouts on the mound while hit-ting a triple, double and knocking in a run for the Eagles. Anna Clapp hit an RBI triple.

Medomak Valley 13, Camden Hills 0

At Waldoboro, Kayla Vannah pitched the first no-hitter of her high school career with a six-inning shutout of Camden Hills. Vannah had nine strike-outs and foul walks while also contributing three singles to lead the offense. Kayla Santheson had a two-run homer in the third and four total RBIs for Medomak Valley of Waldoboro. Tessa Dodge had two doubles, a single and one RBI. Rachel Lee sin-gled twice.

Sumner 6, Ellsworth 4

At East Sullivan, Angela Leach hit a two-run sin-gle in the sixth inning to break a 4-4 tie and lead Sumner to victory over Ellsworth. Lona Sargent hit a two-run home run in the first inning to lead Sum-ner. Ashley Pennartz added an RBI single in the third. Lily Cooper paced Ellsworth with two singles. Ashley Smith doubled and Shaye Domagala hit an RBI single.

Piscataquis 6, Penquis 5

At Guilford, freshman Abby Burdin struck out 13 while Cyndy Currier sparked a five-run second in-ning with a two-run double as the PCHS Pirates triumphed. Annie Agnew contributed two singles for the winners. Shelby Weston had two singles and two RBIs for Penquis of Milo.

Penobscot Valley 5, Stearns 4

At Howland, Alyssa Whitten stole home in the bottom of the sixth inning to lift Penobscot Valley to the win. Molly Thompson doubled in a run while Molly Woodward doubled for the Howlers. Casey McCloskey struck out 13 while scattering four runs and six hits. Angela Levesque and Kristine Tracy each singled twice for Stearns of Millinocket.

Bangor 5, Lawrence 1

At Fairfield, junior righthander Sam Bedore pitched a no-hitter as Bangor topped Lawrence. Bedore allowed no earned runs, three walks and struck out 14 to pick up the win for Bangor. She also hit two singles, a double, scored two runs and drove in three runs. Sadie Redman had a double and two singles. Macey Metcalf scored in the fifth for Law-rence.

Hampden 5, Messalonskee 3

At Hampden, Kim Furrough drove in a pair of runs with a triple as Hampden Academy triumphed. Brittany Leutjen had two singles and an RBI and Olivia Plaisted two singles and a run for the Bron-cos. Julian Febebe tripled in a run while Ali Collier doubled for Messalonskee of Oakland.

Oak Hill 6, MCI 3

At Pittsfield, Becca Roberts hit a two-run double to spark a four-run second inning for the Oak Hill Raiders of Sabattus. Becca Belanger and Katie Wood each added an RBI single for the winners. Brittany Glencross tripled in a run while Picabo Morrell hit an RBI single for MCI.

Bangor Christian 12, Schenck 1

At Bangor, Monica Alexander went the distance and struck out 10 to lift Bangor Christian over Schenck of East Millinocket. Kelly Robinson hit two doubles and a single for the Patriots. Katherine Bragg tripled and singled and McKenzie Nealley added two singles and a double. Ashley Grant sin-gled twice to lead Schenck.

Old Town 12, Orono 0

At Old Town, junior Hannah Morin didn’t allow a run through six innings as Old Town cruised past Orono. Morin struck out nine and didn’t walk any while singling twice and driving in a run for Old Town. Micayla Hussey had two singles, two runs scored and an RBI. Whitney Buck hit a two-run double and Sarah Wilcox had a double and three RBIs. Sonya Frost singled twice to pace Orono.

Washington Acad. 19, Lee 7

At East Machias, Andi Flannery hit a three-run triple and added a single as Washington Academy beat Lee Academy. Irene Lewey singled twice for the Raiders. Becca Burrill hit two singles to lead the Pandas.

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COLLEGE

BASEBALL

UMPI 8, Vermont Tech 5

At Lynn. Mass., B.J. Charette hit two singles and knocked in two runs as the No. 2 University of Maine at Presque Isle defeated Vermont Technical College in the Sunrise Conference tournament. A.J. Pennartz drove in two runs for the Owls and Corey Harding doubled and singled. Jordan Hodge had two singles and two RBIs for Vermont Tech. Justin Bara and Joe Clough each singled twice.

St. Joseph’s 9, Johnson & Wales 8

At Standish, St. Joseph’s College scored eight runs in the seventh and eighth innings to defeat Johnson and Wales in the GNAC quarterfinals. Wade Oliver knocked in four runs for the Monks. Ian Lee had two doubles and two singles with two RBIs and Chris Campbell had four singles and three runs scored. Pat Moran homered and picked up the save. Teddy Katz homered and singled with four RBIs to lead Johnson and Wales. Waldis Garcia also homered.

Tufts 5, Colby 3

At Waterville, Tufts scored three unearned runs in the top of the ninth to rally for the win. David LeResche’s two-run single pushed the visitors into the lead while Sam Sager tied it with an RBI single. Chase Rose added an RBI single. Ken Kaufman sin-gled in two runs for Colby.

UMass Boston 5, Southern Maine 0

At Gorham, sophomore left-hander Andrew Le-Brun pitched a six-hit shutout as the University of Massachusetts Boston upset the University of Southern Maine. Eric Salvador homered and sin-gled with two RBIs as UMass Boston handed the Huskies their first loss in 18 games. Mark McCor-mack doubled and singled with an RBI. Mike Eaton and Chris Burleson each singled twice to pace USM.

Castleton sweeps UMF

At Castleton, Vt., Garrett Bissonnette had a dou-ble and three singles with four RBIs as Castleton State College beat University of Maine at Farmington 12-3 in the first game. The Spartans also won the second game 12-6. In the first game, Aaron Zrenda hit a home run and scored three times for Castleton. Matt Eisenhuth drove in three runs and Billy Manley doubled and singled with three runs. Pat Howell doubled and singled with an RBI for the Beavers. Josh Garneau hit an RBI double. In the second game, Ted Mills had a double, single and four RBIs for the Spartans. Bissonnette added a double and two singles and Zrenda scored three more runs. Howell hit a double and two singles for UM-Farmington. Brian Morrison doubled twice and Phineas Peake had two singles.

Saint Joseph’s 3, Suffolk 0

At Standish, Emily Leverone provided all of the runs as she hit a three-run home run in the first inning to lift Saint Joseph’s College over Suffolk College in the GNAC quarterfinals. Alysn Ludwig and Anna Willis each singled and scored a run for the Monks. Kiera Walsh scattered eight hits an done walk while striking out four to pick up the shutout win. Jessica Ferreira doubled and singled to lead Suffolk. Kellie Hurlock doubled and Karina Bolster hit two singles.

UM-Farmington, Husson split

At Farmington, Emily Coye and Kasey McPhail drove in runs in the eighth inning to help lift Uni-versity of Maine at Farmington over Husson Uni-versity 5-3 in the first game. The Eagles prevailed in the second game 5-2. In the first game, Mckell Barnes homered, doubled and singled with two RBIs for the Beavers. McPhail doubled and singled and Chelsea Cozzolino had two singles. Dorothy Cam-eron had a double, three singles and an RBI to lead Husson. Sarah Risser and Brianna Webster each singled with an RBI. In the second game, Cassie Berry had a home run and two RBIs for Husson. Webster drove in two runs and Risser doubled and singled. Barnes had two singles, a run and an RBI for UMF while Shannon Mitchell singled twice.

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HIGH SCHOOL

TRACK AND FIELD

At Hampden Academy

Bangor , 236, John Bapst, 122, Hampden 103, Fort Kent 50, Buck-sport 22, Dexter 21, Piscataquis 18, George Stevens 6, Penquis 4.

100: 1, Jamie Pelletier, (FK) 13.21. 2, Deidre Johnson, (BA) 14.01. 3, Katie Chambers, (HA) 14.51. 4, Jenney Dickson, (BA) 14.55. 5, Chevaughn Kacer, (BA) 14.62. 6, Chelsea Kuzio, (HA) 14.66; 200: 1, Jamie Pelletier, (FK) 27.33. 2, Brittney Chapman, (BA) 27.53. 3, Deidre Johnson, (BA) 28.46. 4, Emma Hardy, (BA) 29.34. 5, Jenney Dickson, (BA) 29.88. 6, Trisha Bakeman, (GSA) 29.98. 400: 1, Brittney Chapman, (BA) 1:03.63. 2, Katie Porter, (BA) 1:04.66. 3, Jamie Pelletier, (FK) 1:06.88. 4, Jennifer Leach, (BA) 1:07.21. 5, Brianne Robertson, JB, 1:07.61. 6, Marissa Grandchamp, (BA) 1:08.22; 800: 1, Maggie Bryan, JB, 2:35.48. 2, Alley Becker, (HA) 2:41.19. 3, Mariah Reading, (BA) 2:41.75. 4, Amanda Lalime, JB, 2:46.28. 5, Gabby Naranja, (FK) 2:47.28. 6, Charlotte Firestone, JB, 2:47.90; 1600: 1, Alley Becker, (HA) 5:56.54. 2, Kendall Lunn, (BA) 6:05.25. 3, Gabby Naranja, (FK) 6:12.26. 4, Amanda Lalime, JB, 6:13.15. 5, Kelsey Ottmann, PENQ, 6:13.40. 6, Allegra Pellerano, (GSA) 6:19.38; 3200: 1, Rachel Huber, (BA) 13:15.51. 2, Mary Carmack, JB, 13:30.78. 3, Blakelee Jordan, (HA) 13:34.33. 4, Laura Donovan, JB, 13:43.62. 5, Kelsey Ottmann, PENQ, 14:06.99. 6, Angalina Johnston, (BU) 14:49.89; 1600 race walk:: 1, Casey Pray, (BA) 10:09.61. 2, Sarah Domenech, (D) 10:37.00. 3, Abby Sherburne, (HA) 10:47.48. 4, Alyssa Ouellette, (FK) 11:01.05. 5, Courtney Doyon, (HA) 11:43.68. 6, Hayley Gross, (D) 11:52.69; 100 hurdles: 1, Deanna Wilbur, (BA) 16.28. 2, Elizabeth Beeson, (BU) 18.58. 3, Katelyn Gerow, JB, 18.60. 4, Amy Haskel, JB, 18.67. 5, Sarah Wardell, JB, 18.74. 6, Chelsea Pratt, (BA) 19.08; 300 hurdles: 1, Deanna Wilbur, (BA) 51.33. 2, Elizabeth Beeson, (BU) 54.30. 3, Megan Collopy, (D) 54.57. 4, Jennie Wainer, JB, 56.59. 5, CC Dube, (HA) 57.53. 6, Amy Haskel, JB, 57.67; 400 relay: 1, Bangor (Deidre Johnson , Marissa Grandchamp , Dana Libhart , Brittney Chap-man ), 55.07. 2, John Bapst, 56.63. 3, Hampden, 57.61. 4, Bucksport, 59.47; 1600 relay: 1, Bangor (Jennifer Leach , Katie Porter , Mariah Reading , Deanna Wilbur ), 4:23.31. 2, John Bapst, 4:42.67. 3, Hampden, 4:51.95. 4, George Stevens, 5:23.89. 5, Fort Kent, 5:25.16. 3200 relay: 1, Bangor (Mariah Reading , Kendall Lunn , Rachel Huber , Chelsea Pratt ), 10:44.11. 2, John Bapst, 10:55.29. 3, Dexter, 12:00.77. 4, Hampden, 12:30.48; high jump: Megan Hogan, (BA) 4-08. 2, Stesha Rud-nicki, JB, 4-06. 3, Jennifer Leach, (BA) 4-04. 4, Jen Daley, JB, J4-04. 5, Arielle Cousens, (HA) J4-04. 6, Helene Sherburne, (HA) 4-02; pole vault: 1, Katie Porter, (BA) 8-09. 2, Jen Tsang, (BA) 8-00. 3, Anna Hayden, (BA) 7-06. 4, Nikol Harris, JB, 6-06. 5, Renee Saparacio, (HA) J6-06. 6, Morgan Montgomery-Rice, (HA) 6-00; long jump: 1, Jamie Pelletier, (FK) 15-02.25. 2, Megan Hogan, (BA) 14-07.50. 3, Maria Ullo, JB, 13-11.25. 4, Maggie Lynn, JB, 13-09.50. 5, Marina Dow, (HA) 13-06.50. 6, Chelsea Kuzio, (HA) 13-05.75; triple jump: 1, Maria Ullo, JB, 29-08.75. 2, Marina Dow, (HA) 29-03.25. 3, Maggie Lynn, JB, 28-06. 4, Deanne Krapf, (BA) 28-05.50. 5, Kate Rouleau, (BA) 28-05.25. 6, Abby Neill, (HA) 28-01.50; shot put: 1, Ericka Francis, (BA) 30-01. 2, Julia Snyder, (HA) 29-07. 3, Cote Theriault, (BA) 29-00.50. 4, Erin Nichols, (BA) 28-08. 5, Darci Williams, (HA) 26-08.50. 6, Michaela Stephenson, (HA) 26-01; discus: 1, Julia Snyder, (HA) 84-03. 2, Melanie Laweryson, PCHS, 82-03. 3, Ericka Francis, (BA) 74-00. 4, Mckenna Unobskey, (BA) 69-10. 5, Erin Nichols, (BA) 68-11. 6, Arielle Cousens, (HA) 67-01; javelin: 1, Melanie Laweryson, PCHS, 90-06. 2, Ericka Francis, (BA) 82-00. 3, Nikol Harris, JB, 80-07. 4, Clarissa El-Hajj, (HA) 70-06. 5, Roxanne Bowen, (HA) 68-00. 6, Taylor Zeigler-Miller, (BU) 67-10.

Bangor boys 136, Bucksport 131, Hampden 97, John Bapst 72, Dexter 47, Penquis 29, George Stevens 26, Piscataquis 24, Narra-guagus 8, Fort Kent 8

100: 1, Dominic Kone, (BU) 11.57. 2, Vincent Tymoczko, (BU) 11.66. 3, Nate Warren, (BU) 11.68. 4, Tyler Pembroke, (BA) 11.80. 5, Joe Leland, PENQ, 11.96. 6, Colin Whalen, (BU) 12.13; 200: 1, Vincent Tymoczko, (BU) 23.25. 2, Tyler Pembroke, (BA) 23.92. 3, Jonathan Grindle, (BU) 24.15. 4, Connor Meginnis, (GSA) 24.92. 5, Nate Rocker, (HA) 25.09. 6, Colin Whalen, (BU) 25.22; 400: 1, Vincent Tymoczko, (BU) 52.03. 2, John Moore, (BA) 54.89. 3, Jonathan Grindle, (BU) 55.32. 4, Shea Pat-terson, (BA) 55.41. 5, Jon Lester, (HA) 55.64. 6, Sean Gilbert, JB, 58.82; 800: 1, Nathan Wyman, (D) 2:11.04. 2, Michael Bommarito, (HA) 2:12.64. 3, Evan Piccirillo, (HA) 2:13.55. 4, Jason Swazey, (BU) 2:16.25. 5, Ben Plohr, (GSA) 2:16.61. 6, David Gamble, (BA) 2:17.75; 1600: 1, Michael Bommarito, (HA) 4:51.42. 2, Jonathan Belanger, (BA) 5:03.13. 3, Evan Piccirillo, (HA) 5:05.93. 4, Nathan Wyman, (D) 5:06.02. 5, Nikos Christ, (GSA) 5:09.66. 6, Jason Swazey, (BU) 5:12.34; 3200: 1, Gabe Stewart, JB, 10:58.03. 2, Nikos Christ, (GSA) 11:20.56. 3, Jason Swazey, (BU) 11:56.59. 4, Daniel Ward, JB, 12:42.41. 5, Stephen Cormier, (HA) 13:38.75. 6, Carson Spencer, (FK) 13:58.18; 1600 race walk: 1, Cameron Doncet-Hall, (D) 10:26.14. 2, Zach Hardy, (HA) 10:44.73. 3, Cory Bearce, (D) 11:29.50; 110 hurdles: 1, Chris Fogler, JB, 15.31. 2, Tim Smith, (BA) 16.69. 3, Elijah Growe, (BA) 18.27. 4, Jack Seguin, (HA) 19.28. 5, Zach Hardy, (HA) 19.61. 6, Zachary O’Quinn, PENQ, 23.63; 300 hurdles: 1, Chris Fogler, JB, 40.10. 2, Elijah Growe, (BA) 47.08. 3, Zach Hardy, (HA) 49.10. 4, Dustin Dubay, (FK) 50.68. 5, Ryan Faircloth, (BA) 50.95; 400 relay: 1, Bucksport (Vincent Tymoczko , Jon Goodin , Nate Warren , Dominic Kone ), 45.97. 2, Bangor, 46.36. 3, Hampden Academy, 48.11. 4, PCHS, 49.76. 5, Fort Kent High School, 51.75. 6, Dexter, 56.13; 1600 relay: 1, Bangor (Shea Patterson , Mike Correll , Sam Nisbett , John Moore ), 3:45.83. 2, Hampden, 3:48.77. 3, John Bapst, 3:53.93. 4, Penquis, 4:13.18. 5, George Stevens, 4:13.91. 6, Fort Kent, 4:21.43; 3200 relay: 1, Bangor (John Moore , David Gamble , Sam Nisbett , Shea Patterson ), 9:29.98. 2, PCHS, 9:41.54. 3, Hampden, 9:44.61. 4, George Stevens, 10:03.70. 5, Dexter, 10:15.79. 6, John Bapst, 10:21.51; high jump: 1, Chris Fogler, JB, 5-10. 2, Josiah Hartley, (BA) 5-06. 3, Mike Correll, (BA) 5-04. 4, Ryan Hodgdon, (HA) 5-02. 4, Tyler Pembroke, (BA) 5-02. 6, Lee Gustin, (D) 5-0; pole vault: 1, Tim Smith, (BA) 9-00. 2, Mitchell Marks, (BU) 8-06. 3, Andrew Henry, (HA) 8-00. 4, Jack Seguin, (HA) 7-0; long jump: 1, Dominic Kone, (BU) 21-05.50. 2, Joe Leland, PENQ, 19-01. 3, Mike Correll, (BA) 18-09.50. 4, Cam-eron Doncet-Hall, (D) 18-09. 5, Jon Goodin, (BU) 18-04.50. 6, Derrick Ant-worth, JB, J18-4½; triple jump: 1, Joe Leland, (PEN) 38-00. 2, Ryan Hodgdon, (HA) 37-07. 3, Cameron Doncet-Hall, (D) 37-00.50. 4, Spencer Traylor, (Pen) 36-02.50. 5, Jon Goodin, (BU) 35-05. 6, Justin Kestleloot, (D) 32-6; shot put: 1, Chris Desmond, JB, 40-11. 2, CJ Breidt, (BU) 40-00. 3, Robert McGuire, (BU) 39-11. 4, Zach Ivers, (BU) 39-09. 5, Jeff Bishop, (Nar) 37-03. 6, Josh Lowell, (D) 37-2; discus: 1, Joey Quinn, (BA) 130-4. 2, Chris Desmond, JB, 106-05. 3, Aiden Rittan-house, (Nar) 102-11. 4, Sam Sheehan, (BU) 94-02. 5, River Robertson, (BU) 91-03. 6, Josh Lowell, (D) 87-06; javelin: 1, Mitchell Herrick, PCHS, 154-01. 2, Andy Prusaitis, (BA) 132-03. 3, Zach Ivers, (BU) 130-11. 4, Jeff Durand, (GSA) 130-06. 5, Matthew Gilbert, PCHS, 130-0. 6, Chris Desmond, JB, 125-06.

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COLLEGE

ALL-STARS

GNAC All-Conference Baseball Team

Saint Joseph’s College

First team: Ben Grant-Roy, Michael Burdin, Wade Oliver, Patrick Moran (as DH and P), Chris Campbell; second: Eric LaBatte, Ian Lee; all-sportsmanship: Stephan Gorsun; player of the year: Patrick Moran (Saint Joseph’s); pitcher of the year: Patrick Moran (Saint Joseph’s); rookie of the year: Mike Mahoney (Lasell); coach of the year: Will Sanborn (Saint Joseph’s)

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