May 1 Scores and Highlights

Posted May 01, 2009, at 11:58 p.m.

HIGH SCHOOL

BASEBALL

Friday’s Results

Bangor 7, Hampden 5

Belfast 5, Camden Hills 4 (8 inns.)

DI-Stonington 5, Lee 2

George Stevens 11, Searsport 1

Georges Valley 4, Madison 3

Katahdin 13, Schenck 0

Narraguagus 2, Washington Acad. 0

Penquis 10, Dexter 4

Shead 11, Machias 1

Stearns 7, Piscataquis 2

Sumner 12, Orono 10

Winslow 3, Mount View 2

Friday’s Postponements

Brewer at Lawrence, Tues.

SOFTBALL

Friday’s Results

Bangor 6, Hampden 0

Camden Hills 8, Belfast 3

DI-Stonington 7, Lee 4

George Stevens 14, Searsport 0

Georges Valley 20, Madison 0

Katahdin 12, Schenck 11

Penquis 6, Dexter 0

Shead 7, Machias 3

Stearns 16, Piscataquis 4

Friday’s Postponements

Brewer at Lawrence, Tues.

COLLEGE

BASEBALL

Friday’s Results

Albany 3-7, Maine 2-5

NAC Tournament

Castleton State 14, UM-Farmington 2

Husson 2, Thomas 1

Friday’s Cancellations

Bates at Fisher (2)

SOFTBALL

Friday’s Results

NAC Tournament

Husson 8, Castleton State 0 (5 inns.)

UM-Farmington 7, Thomas 3

Thomas 8, Castleton State 1, Castleton eliminated

Husson 6, UM-Farmington 4

NESCAC Tournament

Wesleyan 12, Bates 4

MEN’S TENNIS

Friday’s Results

Little East Semifinal

Salem State 5, Southern Maine 4

NESCAC Tournament

No. 3 Williams 5, No. 6 Bates 1

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COLLEGE

BASEBALL

Castleton State, Husson win

At Glens Falls, N.Y., top seed Castleton State (Vt.) and second seed Husson University of Bangor carved out victories in their North Atlantic Conference Tournament openers Friday. Castleton State thumped the fourth-seeded University of Maine-Farmington 14-2 while Husson used ninth-inning heroics to nip third seed Thomas College of Waterville 2-1. UM-Farmington and Thomas will play an elimination game today at 10 a.m.; Castleton State and Husson will meet in a winners bracket game at 2:00 and the two teams with one loss will play an elimination game at 6 p.m. The championship round will begin Sunday with a 9:30 a.m. game and a title game, if necessary, will begin at 1:30. In the opener, Billy Manley homered, doubled and knocked in three runs as Castleton State College triumphed. Castleton’s Ken Cook pitched eight innings allowing no earned runs, three hits and no walks while striking out four. Aaron Zrenda added a double and two RBIs and Ted Mills tripled and singled with two RBIs. Brian Morrison singled twice to pace UM-Farmington. Phineas Peake singled and knocked in a run. In the second game, Jake Arthers hit a one-out double to right-center field in the ninth inning, moved to third on a passed ball and scored on Tom Crews’ sacrifice fly to shallow center to give Husson its win over Thomas. Dennis Graham and Jake Arthers hit doubles for Husson. Nick Arthers singled twice. Ryan Arsenault pitched a complete game, allowing one run while scattering nine hits and four walks and striking out five. He stranded 14 Terriers. Tom Desjardins singled and doubled and had RBI to lead Thomas. Tim Costa hit two singles and scored a run. Chris Farrar allowed one earned run through 8ª innings while allowing six hits, two walks and striking out seven.

SOFTBALL

Wesleyan 12, Bates 4

At Medford, Mass., Sam Epstein knocked in five runs as Wesleyan University defeated Bates College of Lewiston in the NESCAC tournament. Wesleyan will play Tufts while Bates faces Williams College in an elimination game today at 10 a.m. Epstein hit a double and two singles to pace Wesleyan. Chrissy Bello scored three runs and Talia Bernstein added three singles and scored two runs. Leah Citrin doubled and singled with an RBI for Bates. Karen Ullmann tripled and Kelly McManus doubled and scored two runs.

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HIGH SCHOOL

BASEBALL

Bangor 7, Hampden 5

At Bangor, Lonnie Hackett homered and Ryan Larochelle hit a two-run single during a five-run sixth-inning rally that lifted the unbeaten Rams to their fifth victory. Hampden (0-5) had taken a 5-2 lead with three runs in the top of the sixth, sparked by a two-run single by Cooper Plaisted and an RBI double by Josh Tardiff. Zane Gray earned the pitching win with 1¤ innings of scoreless relief in support of starter Kyle Savage. Hackett homered and singled twice to spark Bangor’s 14 hit attack, while Larochelle and Cody McInnis each had three singles. Shawn Smith doubled, singled twice, scored twice and stole two bases for Hampden, while Tardiff doubled and singled and Plaisted and Nolan Turner each singled twice.

Katahdin 13, Schenck 0

At East Millinocket, righthander Evan McCarthy fired a six-inning no-hitter, striking out eight and walking three, and Andrew Hawkins paced Katahdin of Stacyville’s nine-hit attack with a double, two singles and an RBI. Hawkins also had an RBI. Richard Qualey tripled and Josh Guiggey had two singles and two RBIs.

Narraguagus 2, WA Raiders 0

At Harrington, Danny Bradbury doubled in the fifth inning to drive in Gavin Endre and help lead Narraguagus to victory over Washington Academy of East Machias. Kam Jordan tripled and struck out seven for the Knights and Ethan Dublin singled. John Hall, Mike Lenfestey and Derrick Porter singled for Washington Academy.

Stearns 7, Piscataquis 2

At Guilford, Garen Manzo hit three singles and knocked in two runs to lift Stearns of Millinocket over Piscataquis. Cory Barnett also hit three singles for the Minutemen. Branden Bouchard struck out eight to earn the complete-game win. Jake Bailey and Nolan Lovell hit RBI singles in the first inning for the Pirates.

DI-Stonington 5, Lee 2

At Deer Isle, senior right-hander Eben Powers struck out 13 as Deer Isle-Stonington beat Lee Academy. The Mariners’ Powers allowed two runs on two hits and one walk to pick up the win. Jon Lymburner and Powers hit solo home runs. Joe Condon tripled and singled and Jake Starkey added two singles. Dylan Whirty hit a two-run single in the fourth inning for Lee Academy. Allan Smith had the other single.

Sumner 12, Orono 10

At Orono, Mike Crowley had two singles, a two-run home run and scored five runs to help lead Sumner of East Sullivan past Orono. Matt Boyle hit two doubles for the Tigers. Matt Manning added two singles. Brandon LeVasseur paced Orono with two doubles. Sean Kilpatrick doubled and singled and Kash Keezer doubled.

Georges Valley 4, Madison 3

At Thomaston, Dylan Maloney scored the winning run on a passed ball in the seventh to hand Georges Valley the win over Madison. Freshman Maloney also gave the Buccaneers their first win on Wednesday when he hit a three-run home run in the bottom of the seventh against Monmouth. Alec Young hit an RBI single and scored a run for Georges Valley. Bryant Matthews singled and scored. Ezra Gourley hit three singles for Madison. Garth Clark hit a run-scoring double and Drew Moody struck out 10.

George Stevens 11, Searsport 1

At Searsport, Nate Hines hit a fifth inning grand slam to break the game open as George Stevens Academy of Blue Hill defeated Searsport. Peter Dickinson hit two doubles and Nick Saunders added two singles as the Eagles earned their third straight victory. Jake Allenwood and Matt Bagley both singled twice for Searsport.

Winslow 3, Mount View 2

At Winslow, Winslow scored three runs in the second inning and held off a Mount View of Thorndike rally in the seventh to win. Nate Martin hit an RBI double in the second and scored on a passed ball for Winslow. Jordan Bailey had an RBI and Jack Nivison singled, stole two bases and scored. Jake Wheeler struck out eight. Cody Raven a bases-loaded, two-out double in the seventh, but the third run was called back because the ball went under the fence. Tyler Rednour hit two singles.

Shead 11, Machias 1

At Machias, Tom Collins hit three singles and knocked in two runs as Shead of Eastport defeated Machias. Tim Barnes added a single and two RBIs for the Tigers. Justin Lewey recorded seven strikeouts. Ty Richards had two singles and an RBI for Machias and Jacob Stevens hit two singles.

Belfast 5, Camden Hills 4

At Belfast, Ryan Jackson lined a bases-loaded single down the third-base line to score Josh Beal with the winning run. Beal had walked, moved to second when Nick Thibodeau reached on a fielder’s choice bunt and advanced to third on Mike Berry’s walk. Jackson finished with a pair of singles and one RBI, and Cote Ward cranked a two-run homer in the third for the Lions. Billy Ray Denman led the Windjammers with a double, a single and run scored, and Kiefer Lammi added two singles and scored twice. Windjammers’ starting pitcher Chris Hart was knocked out of the game in the third when he was hit in the ribs by a line drive. He was taken to the hospital to be checked out, but the result of the checkup was not known.

Penquis 10, Dexter 4

At Dexter, Kiel Larson doubled, singled and drove in two runs to lift Penquis of Milo over Dexter. Brad Brown hit two singles for Penquis. Brad Trivette hit three singles to pace Dexter.

SOFTBALL

Shead 7, Machias 3

At Machias, Cassie Barnes hit two singles and a solo home run to lift Shead of Eastport over Machias. Vanessa Patterson added two singles and an RBI for the Tigerettes. Kala Conley singled three times for Machias. Courtney Dahl and Kirstin Lee each added two singles.

Bangor 6, Hampden 0

At Bangor, junior Sam Bedore allowed just two hits and no walks while striking out five to lead Bangor to the shutout win over Hampden Academy. Bangor’s Bedore (4-1) hasn’t allowed an earned run all season. Mariah Cassum hit a two-run triple in the third inning and Nicole Stairs added an RBI double in the sixth. Olivia Plaisted and Kaitlyn Haase singled for Hampden.

Stearns 16, Piscataquis 4

At Guilford, Kristen Albert hit two singles, a double and drove in a run as Stearns of Millinocket earned its first win by beating Piscataquis. Angela Levesque singled twice for the Minutemen and Becca Leavitt added an RBI double. Annie Agnew hit an RBI single and scored a run for Piscataquis.

DI-Stonington 7, Lee 4

At Deer Isle, Chelsea Engh drove in three runs and hit a double and two singles to lift Deer Isle-Stonington over Lee Academy. Erika Hutchins struck out nine for the Mariners. Emily Cormier had two singles and two RBIs and Janelle Ciomei added two singles. Jenna Cowan recorded eight strikeouts and hit an RBI double for Lee Academy. Kellsey Grass doubled.

Georges Valley 20, Madison 0

At Thomaston, junior right-hander Danielle Frye pitched her second no-hitter of the season as Georges Valley topped Madison. Frye struck out 13 in five innings and walked three to improve to 3-0. She also hit a double, three singles and knocked in four runs for the Buccaneers. Bethany Snow had three singles and four RBIs, Erin Judkins had two singles and two RBIs and Danielle Leavitt hit two singles and drove in a run.

George Stevens 14, Searsport 0

At Searsport, Lydia Clapp pitched a one-hitter with 15 strikeouts, one walk and four hit batters as George Stevens Academy of Blue Hill earned the victory. Clapp also doubled, singled twice and drove home four runs for the Eagles, while teammate Alida Peake hit two doubles and a single with three runs scored and two RBIs. Katherine Cotter had Searsport’s lone hit, a first-inning single.

Katahdin 12, Schenck 11

At East Millinocket, Katahdin of Stacyville held off a nine-run seventh inning by Schenck to claim victory. Melissa Duff singled three times to lead Katahdin. Lacey Pelletier and Krista Adams each had two singles with an RBI. Amy Nicholson hit an RBI double to pace Schenck.

Penquis 6, Dexter 0

At Dexter, Erica Lyford pitched a two-hit shutout as Penquis of Milo blanked Dexter. Lyford struck out 13 and walked none for Penquis. She also hit four singles and scored two runs. Shelby Weston had a double, two singles and scored two runs. Sam Conway and Taylor Gross singled for Dexter.

Camden Hills 8, Belfast 3

At Belfast, Iva Heake hit two doubles and drove in two runs as Camden Hills of Rockport beat Belfast. Susie Heal doubled for the Windjammers. Victoria Overlock had two singles and an RBI for Belfast and Hayley Ray also hit two singles.

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