April 27, 2018
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Brown’s single helps Houlton stop FK

Bangor Daily News

HOULTON, Maine — Jordan Brown’s two-run single Monday keyed a three-run fifth inning that built the lead to five runs and enabled Houlton to withstand a three-run Fort Kent rally in the seventh en route to a 6-4 high school baseball victory.

Porter Gervais had a triple and two singles for the Shires and Corey Woodworth doubled and singled and had an RBI.

Ian Gervais pitched seven innings of three-hit, one run (unearned) ball for the win.

Thomas Levesque had two singles and four stolen bases for Fort Kent.

Fort Kent (0-2) 100 000 3 — 4 3 1

Houlton (3-1) 020 130 x — 6 8 3

Soucy, Michaud (6) and Hartt, Paradis (6); I. Gervais, Longstaff (7), I. Gervais (7) and Harvey

So. Aroostook 12, Limestone 4

At Dyer Brook, Steven Grant capped off a nine-run, sixth-inning rally with a two-run home run as the Warriors pulled away to victory.

Ben Boutilier also homered and singled for Southern Aroostook, while Dillon Boulier hit three singles, Pat Goodall and Mike Casey each doubled and singled with an RBI, and Gary Sutherland singled twice.

Ty Tracy hit a double, single and sacrifice fly with two RBIs for Limestone/Maine School of Science and Mathematics, while Chris Parent tripled with an RBI.

Limestone/MSSM (1-3) 100 101 1 — 4 6 4

So. Aroostook (3-1) 110 019 x — 12 16 3

Cote, St. Pierre (6) and Tracy; Boulier, Grant (4), Robinson (7) and Goodall

Madawaska 9, Fort Fairfield 3

At Fort Fairfield, Michael Cannan stroked a three-run double to highlight a six-run third inning that carried the Owls to victory.

Curtis Thibodeau doubled and singled with an RBI to back Jonathan Lee, who scattered five hits while going the route.

Josh Churchill and Grant Lundquist hit two singles each for Fort Fairfield

Madawaska (1-1) 006 012 0 — 9 6 1

Fort Fairfield (1-2) 200 100 0 — 3 5 5

Lee and Thibodeau; Towle, Churchill (3), Dufour (4), Bixler (7) and Bixler, Towle (7)

Waterville 12, Mount View 3

At Thorndike, winning pitcher Kyle Bishop and Josh Gaudette each belted two-run homers and Tim Locke had a double and two singles as Waterville remained unbeaten.

Bishop, who tossed five innings of three-hit, one-run ball, had a single to go with his homer and Curt Chart doubled and singled.

Kiel Lemieux doubled for Mount View and Cody Raven had two singles.

Waterville (5-0) 211 052 1 — 12 11 2

Mount View (0-5) 001 001 1 — 3 6 4

Bishop, Whitten (6) and Chart; Keller, Raven (6), Mayer (6), Babin (7) and Ripley

Winslow 21, MCI 7

At Pittsfield, Joey McLean hit a triple, three singles and drove in four runs to lead Winslow past Maine Central Institute.

Steven Siviski added a triple, two doubles, a single and three RBIs for the Black Raiders. Jordan Bailey doubled and singled with three RBIs.

Nick Miller paced the Huskies with three singles and an RBI. Nick Cook and Andy Shorey added RBI doubles.

Winslow (4-1) 342 156 — 21 23 3

MCI (0-4) 020 140 — 7 8 4

Martin, McLean (5), Martin (6) and McCabe; Miller, Egerton (4), Cook (6) and Howe

DI-Stonington 10, Sumner 2

At East Sullivan, Eben Powers doubled twice and drove in two runs to lead Deer Isle-Stonington by the Tigers.

Joe Condon chipped in with a triple, single and an RBI for the winners, Evan Rollins had two singles and an RBI and Jay Joyce had an RBI single.

Matt Boyle doubled twice, singled and had an RBI for Sumner and Mike Crowley doubled and singled.

DI-Stonington 005 401 0 — 10 9 1

Sumner 101 000 0 — 2 11 1

Rollins, Carter (6), and Powers; Crowley, Dyer (4), Manning (7) and Manning, Boyle (6)


LCS/MSSM 16, So. Aroostook 8

At Dyer Brook, Amanda Allen’s two-run double and Jasmine Cote’s two-run single highlighted a nine-run sixth inning that broke the game open.

Audra Kirk and Ashlynn Kelly drove in four runs each for the winners. Kirk had three singles and Kelly doubled. Kellie Peers tripled and singled and drove in a run.

Elizabeth Goodall had a three-run homer and a double for Southern Aroostook and Janel Rockwell had a two-run homer and a single. Shelby Hartin and Brittany Charette had two singles each and Hartin had an RBI.

Limestone 302 029 0 — 16 14 1

So. Aroostook 330 000 2 — 8 10 3

Cote and Kelly; Ev. Goodall, Botting (6), Charette (6) and El. Goodall

Madawaska 20, Fort Fairfield 6

At Fort Fairfield, Nicole Cyr hit a home run and four singles with five RBIs as Madawaska opened its season with a victory.

Kaylie Cyr homered and singled with four RBIs for the Owls, while Ashley Beaulieu had four singles and three RBIs.

Courtney Churchill led Fort Fairfield with a home run and three RBIs, while Kelly Lynch singled twice and Danielle Tracy singled twice with an RBI.

Madawaska (1-0) 200 51(12) — 20 29 2

Fort Fairfield (0-2) 010 50 0 — 6 9 3

Beaulieu, Pelletier (6) and N. Cyr; Hebert and Churchill

Wisdom 25, Van Buren 21

At St. Agatha, Deliya Michaud hit two triples, a double and two singles as Wisdom out slugged Van Buren.

Suzie Collin had two doubles and a single for the Pioneers. Sarah Paradis added three singles.

Shawna Lapointe had two singles and a double to pace the Crusaders. Amanda Labreck tripled.

Van Buren (1-1) 371 037 0 — 21 11 0

Wisdom (1-1) 624 823 x — 25 21 8

Lajoie, Ouellette (4) and Vaillancourt; Michaud and Cyr

Houlton 20, Fort Kent 0

At Houlton, Erica Lackey knocked in four runs with a double and a single as the Shiretowners cruised.

Mary Morse and Liz Morneault hit singles for Fort Kent.

Fort Kent (0-2) 000 00 — 0 2 4

Houlton (3-1) 736 4x — 20 6 1

Bard, Morneault (4) and Desjardin; Eastman, Sanderson (4), Herring (5) and Murray

Narraguagus 17, Machias 4

At Machias, Sam Baker singled three times to knock in four runs as Narraguagus of Harrington won in five innings.

Kayla Collora had three singles (three RBIs) and Andrea Perry two singles and a double for the Knights.

Erica Reynolds had two singles plus an RBI and Courtney Dahl two singles for Machias.

Narraguagus 200 1(14) — 17 20 1

Machias 022 0 0 — 4 8 5

Brooks, Baker (5) and Perry; Lee and Lipton

Calais 16, Jonesport-Beals 0

At Jonesport, Tessa Clark pitched a three-hitter in five innings and Nicole Osborne singled and doubled to lead unbeaten Calais to its third win.

Shannon Brown and Honor Wilkinson each chipped in with RBI singles for Calais.

Hannah Carver, BreAnna Beal and Sara Smith each singled for Jonesport-Beals.

Calais (3-0) 191 40 — 16 4 1

Jonesport-Beals (1-1) 000 00 — 0 3 5

Clark and Wilkinson; B. Beal, MacLean (4) and Carver

Washington Acad. 7, Searsport 4

At East Machias, Andi Flannery knocked in three runs with a double and two singles to propel the Raiders to victory.

Flannery had a run-scoring double in Washington Academy’s three-run fifth inning. Bre Nicely singled three times and scored three runs and Kaitlyn Look hit two singles to back winning pitcher Christina Ramsdell, who struck out seven.

Katherine Cotter paced Searsport with two singles, while Marissa Higgins and Sarah Bradshaw each singled and scored a run.

Searsport (1-2) 000 000 4 — 4 7 2

Washington Acad. (3-2) 202 030 x — 7 11 3

Quigley and Gillotti; Ramsdell and Espling

Medomak Valley 8, Gardiner 0

At Waldoboro, Kayla Santheson pitched a three-hitter and posted a triple and a single with three RBIs to spark the Panthers to victory.

Santheson struck out 10 and walked three. Tessa Dodge poked a triple, double and single for Medomak Valley and Jessica Koon singled three times.

Vanessa Davis added two singles and Rachel Lee doubled.

Losing pitcher Hanna Lawrence singled twice for Gardiner.

Gardiner (2-2) 000 000 0 — 0 3 2

Medomak Valley (4-1) 003 104 x — 8 11 0

Lawrence and Grifted; Santheson and Simmons

Winslow 11, MCI 2

At Pittsfield, Katie Loubier hit a triple and Katie Bernard struck out nine as Winslow defeated Maine Central Institute.

Julie Riordan doubled for the Black Raiders.

Brooke Libby hit a triple for MCI. Lydia Fortin and Picabo Morrell doubled.

Winslow (5-0) 112 003 4 — 11 7 1

MCI (0-5) 000 002 0 — 2 3 7

Bernard and Loubier; Huff, Sinclair (4), Huff (6) and Morrell

Skowhegan 8, Hampden 0

At Hampden, Sam Gray hit an RBI single in the second and a two-run home run in the sixth as Skowhegan shut out Hampden Academy.

Becca McCarthy and Amanda Johnson combined to pitch a two-hit shutout for the Indians. They allowed no walks and struck out seven. Megan Hancock had three singles and Amanda Johnson and Whitney Jones each hit RBI singles.

Sarah Flagg and Ashley Danforth singled for the Broncos.

Skowhegan 060 002 0 — 8 7 0

Hampden 000 000 0 — 0 2 6

McCarthy, Johnson (6) and Gray; A. Danforth, Melanson (6) and Lamberton

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