Bangor sweeps Lincoln
At Garland Street Field in Bangor, Nate Lewis hit a sacrifice fly in the bottom of the seventh inning to drive in Chad Kelley for the game-winning run as Bangor topped Lincoln 6-5 in the second game of a doubleheader for a sweep.
The Comrades won the first game 5-2 .
In the first game, Kelley hit an RBI single and stole three bases to spark Bangor. Shane Walton chipped in with a double and a single.
Ivan Voisine hit an RBI single for Lincoln.
In the second game, Kelley walked, stole second and third base in the seventh to later score the winning run for the Comrades. Lewis hit two singles and drove in four runs. Adam King doubled and singled while Walton added an RBI single.
Lance Bernier posted two singles and an RBI while Donnie Russell, Ryan Beers and Alan Langley each had an RBI single for Lincoln.
Lincoln 200 000 0 — 2 4 1
Bangor 111 020 x — 5 3 1
Pelkey, Manzo (2) and Crocker; Savage and Morris
Lincoln (7-13) 300 000 2 — 5 4 1
Bangor (15-5) 200 120 1 — 6 10 1
Cyr and Thibodeau; Stanevicz, Lewis (3), Worcester (5), Wood (7), Worcester (7) and King
LITTLE LEAGUE BASEBALL
District 1, Junior League
Acadian 5, Coastal 4
At Bar Harbor, four Acadian players each had an RBI single as they defeated Coastal to force a championship game today at Blue Hill.
Rob Logue, Trevor Alley, Colin Moores and Adam Gray each singled in a run while Ben Walls added two singles for the winners.
Gabe Stearns hit a two-run single for Coastal.
Acadian (2-1) 100 220 0 — 5 6 0
Coastal (2-1) 000 301 0 — 4 2 0
Walls, Mooers (7) and Alley; Morey, Looke (5), Trundy (7) and Andrews
District 3, 11-12
Hampden 8, Hermon 7
At Hampden, Tristan Gardner hit an RBI single in the bottom of the sixth inning to score Austin Ivey for the game-winning run and lift Hampden past Hermon.
Jake Maltz hit two singles while Dakota Sudbeck and Casey Clifford each had a double for Hampden.
Corbin Sherman led Hermon with two singles and a triple. Eric Hoogterp hit a home run and a single while Ben Wheeler added a double.
Hermon (3-2) 331 000 — 7 7 6
Hampden (4-1) 000 134 — 8 7 4
Young, Wheeler (4), Bennett (5), Hoogterp (5) and Sherman; Parker, Clifford (3) and Vom Eigen
District 3, 9-10
Old Town 8, Holbrook 5
At Holden, Austin Lacadie hit two singles and drove in three runs to propel Old Town by Holbrook.
Nick Magoon pitched three shutout innings allowing two hits with seven strikeouts for Old Town.
Nate Smith and Austin Lufkin each singled for Holbrook.
Old Town 242 000 — 8
Holbrook 000 302 — 5
Magoon, Boutin (4) and Daniel; Wood, Siebert (3) and Maxsimic
District 1, 9-10
Ellsworth One 11, Bucksport One 0 (4 inns.)
At Ellsworth, righty Hunter Cote hurled four innings of one-hit ball, striking out 11 and walking one, as Ellsworth One remained undefeated and dealt Bucksport One its first loss.
Nick Bagley had a pair of singles and two RBIs; Michael York doubled and Troy Folmer had a run-scoring single for Ellsworth One.
Matt Vincent doubled for Bucksport One.
Ellsworth One (4-0) 361 1 — 11 4 0
Bucksport One (2-1) 000 0 — 0 1 6
Cote and Bagley; Lenor, Lawford (3), Vincent (4), McLeod (4) and Hayes, Steaner (4)
District 3, Senior League
Bangor 4, Brewer 3
At Mansfield Stadium in Bangor, Josiah Harley hit a single in the bottom of the seventh inning to drive in Tyler Desjardins for the game-winning run and lift Bangor past Brewer.
Bangor tied the game on an RBI double by Desjardins which drove in Joe Stanevicz who led off the inning with a single. Hartley hit a triple while Jack Stacey had two singles.
Joey Bartol had two singles and an RBI while Kyle McLain hit an RBI double for Brewer.
Brewer (2-1) 300 000 0 — 3 6 2
Bangor (3-0) 000 110 2 — 4 9 2
White, McLain (5) and Moore; Hetterman, Savage (2), Wood (6) and LaRochelle
Old Town 10, Holbrook 5
At Mansfield Stadium in Bangor, David Wilcox and Anthony Cyr each hit an RBI single as Old Town/Orono-Veazie defeated Holbrook.
Old Town took advantage of two Holbrook errors in the sixth inning to score three runs and take a two-run lead.
Kyle Senter had three singles and a double for Holbrook. Max Andrews posted two singles and two RBIs while Jacob Chapman added two singles.
Old Town (2-1) 202 003 3 — 10 6 3
Holbrook (1-2) 301 100 0 — 5 10 3
Cross, Melmed (6) and Stoodard; Chapman, Andrews (6) and Oxley
District 3, 9-10
Hermon 15, Lincoln 0
At Bangor, Karli Theberge pitched a no-hitter with 12 strikeouts and only one walk to power Hermon by Lincoln in four innings.
Theberge helped her own cause with two singles and an RBI. Sydney Addessi hit a grand slam and a double while Emily Perley had a two-run double. Kendra Bishop chipped in with an RBI single for Hermon.
Hermon (2-0) 409 2 — 15 7 0
Lincoln (1-1) 000 0 — 0 0 2
Theberge and Addessi; Page and Gordon
Bangor 25, Hampden 16
At Bangor, Jenna Bishop tripled, doubled, singled and knocked in three runs to help propel Bangor by Hampden.
Quinn Wood had a triple, four singles and three RBIs while Katherine Sund posted two singles and two RBIs. Grace Perron, Ashley Collins and Maeve Harrigan added two singles apiece for Bangor.
Julia Sicard and Brianna Cota each had two singles and an RBI while Daija Misler added two singles for Hampden.
Hampden (0-2) 662 200 — 16 11 3
Bangor (1-1) (12)23 17x — 25 19 8
Hathorn, Clement (1), Fogg (3) and Misler, Dunton (4); Wood, Cadorrette (3) and Morris, Harrigan (3)
At Kenduskeag Golf & CC
Brianna Rachel Fund for Kids Tournament
Men: Bill Shaw-Scott DeWitt-Kirk DeWitt-Roy Tuller 30; Mixed: Bill Girvan-Lois Girvan-John Dunning-Jim Poole 36; Long drive: Men: Bob Lyford; Women: Lois Girvan; Nearest to the pin: No. 6: Kirk DeWitt
At Rocky Knoll CC, Orrington
Brewer High School Scramble
Gross: Jim McInnis, Hal Leeman 64, Ralph Bachman, Calvin Deal 64, Alan Porter, Jamie Leavitt 65, Mark Hall, Ralph Bachman Jr. 66, Richie Russell, Dave Crichton 68; net: Troy Varnum, John Goode 52, Brian Carr, Joey Bartol 56, Dave Libby, Tom Bryant 57, Ernie Hein, Irene Jacobs 57, Rick Wilson, Chris Nadeau 57; ladies gross: Von Del
l Beal, Ruby Carver 88; senior gross: Tom McDonald, Terry McDonald 69; pins: No. 5 Judy Richard 12-11, No. 7 Brian Carr 2-7, No. 12 Darren Dennis 1-4, No. 17 Mark Hall 3-3; men’s long drive: Troy Varnum 356; ladies: Von Dell Beal 212
At Foxcroft GC
Dave Porter, Don Moulton, Pete Caruso, John Turke +9, Vic Woodbrey, Fred Weston, Ron Labonte, Herb Severence +6; pins: No. 7 Mike Weatherell 5-9, No. 7 Ron Labonte 32-8
Teeter Blanchard, Ginny Robinson, Joanne Sincyr, Sue Moore 38, Peg Glover, Joyce Tolley, Diana Smith 39, Lori Strout, Jessica Bentz, Teri Hill, Heather Weymouth 42; pins: No. 4 Teeter Blanchard 11-6
At Pine Hill GC, Brewer
Gross: Sandy Meehan 17, Pam Foss 20; net: Jeanette McCurdy 13, Maryann Beatham 13
At Hidden Meadows, Old Town
Monday Night Blind Scramble
Carl Nevells, Ed Lucas, Brian York, Chad Rhodes 32, Joe Mitchell, Ken Mitchell, Nick Parlin 33, Mike Thibodeau, Chris Harrington, Dylan Thomas 33; pins: No. 4 Ken Mitchell 9 feet, No. 8 Ron Morin 13 feet
At Hermon Meadow GC
Women’s Monday League
Gross: Diane Herring 33, Deb Wiley 34, Peg Buchanan 34, Jody Lyford 34; net: Kim Bogle 17, Amanda Bost 19, Robin Downs 20, Irene Jacobs 21; putts: Kim Bogle; pins: No. 3 Karen Feeney 35 feet, No. 8 Cheryl Paulson 6-3
Island Green GC, Holden
Monday Church League
1. Wes Walker, Scott MacArthur, Travis Curtis, Bill Curtis 26; 2. Peter Baldacci, Nick Carparelli, Larry Reynolds 28 (mc); 3. Gil Reed Scott Fraser, Bill Birch, Ben Birch 28 mc; 4. Roger Theriault, Terry Pangburn, Harold Batson, Steve Batson 30 mc, 5. Bob McMahon, Mike Connolly, Jeff Waring 30 (mc), 6. Chad Gates, Roger Tracy, Adam Kasperzak, Michah Kasperzak 32, 7. Josh Birch, Jeff Birch, John Simpson, Bill Charland 34.
At Penobscot Valley CC, Orono
Flight 1 gross: Ryan Gay 66, David Gushee 69, JJ Harris 69, Matt Greenleaf 70, Joe Baker 70; flight 1 net: Doug Self 67, Victor Linkovich 67, Fred Warner 68, Jordan Martin 68, Roland Duquette 68, Tom Greer 68; flight 2 gross: John Emerson 78, Gordon Ross 79, Randy Ossinger 80, Ansel Orne 81, Jeff Chapman 81, Phil Bilodeau 81; flight 2 net: Brad Robinson 67, Charlie Swett 67, Darren Jensen 67, Jim Semple 68, Josh Nougaret 69; flight 3 gross: Joe Berry 82, Tim Dow 83, Steve Sudsbury 85, Bill McCarthy 87, Jason Harris 88; flight 3 net: Chip Brooks 65, Mike Dumais 65, Dennis Demmons Sr. 66, Steve Mitchell 66, Chris Pickering 67; super seniors gross: Lowell Watson 79, Tom Hughes 82, Norm Russell 83; net: Don Finley 69, Jack Milo 70, Wade Trudel 71; team gross: Joe Baker, Ryan Gay, James Sterling, Colin Geiger 59, Mike Doran, Matt Greenleaf, Ashley Fifield, Jeff Cole 62, John Hayes IV, Alex McFarlane, David Gushee, Brandon Wohl 62, Joe Alvarez, Jessie Speirs, Casey Catell, Len Cole 64; net: Barry Fowler, Dennis Demmons Jr., Dennis Demmons Sr., Chip Brooks 55, Rick Coyne, Tony Linkovich, Victor Linkovich, Joe Berry 56, Joel McCluskey, Brad Robinson, Rusty Johnstone, Jerry Glidden 57, Erik Fitch, Brian Astbury, Chris Pickering, Ray Hawley 58, Arnie Benner, Tom Blake, Phil Barter, Bill Cloutier 58, Erik Fitch, Brian Astbury, Chris Pickering, Matt Zito 58; Friday skins, gross: No. 1 Colin Geiger 2, No. 10 John Hayes IV 3, No. 16 Erik Fitch 1; net: No. 3 Wayne Newbegin 3, No. 12 Jim Semple 2; Saturday skins, gross: No. 2 Jerry Glidden 3, No. 6 Jessie Johnson 2, No. 15 Jerry Glidden 3, No. 16 Matt Greenleaf 2; net: No. 8 Steve Scotia 2, No. 10 Charlie Swett 3, No. 12 Dan King 2, No. 13 Topper West 2, No. 16 Frank Reynolds 1; Friday pins: No. 4 Greg Murray 2-3, No. 6 Roland Duquette 1-9, No. 14 Mark Plummer 9-9, No. 16 Erik Fitch hole-in-one; Saturday pins: No. 4 Stan Commeau 5-9, No. 6 Jessie Johnson 6-8, No. 14 Rick Coyne 5-1, No. 16 Mike Doran 4-6
ORONO — Erik Fitch shot a hole-in-one Friday at Penobscot Valley Country Club during the Maine State Golf Association Tournament. He made the ace on the 193-yard sixteenth hole using a 5-iron. It was witnessed by Chris Pickering, Brian Astbury and Ray Hawley.
STACEYVILLE — Steve Andrews of Brownville Junction notched the second ace of his life Friday at Katahdin Country Club and the first one at the course this season. He used a fairway wood to ace the par 3, 180-yard fifth hole as witnesses Danny Sickler, Jerry Shields, and Charlie Decker looked on.