April 21, Scores and Highlights

Posted April 21, 2010, at 7:48 p.m.

HIGH SCHOOL
BASEBALL

Hampden 6, Lawrence 5 (10 inn.)
Bangor 9, Brewer 4
Bangor Chr. 7, Central 3
Foxcroft 15, Piscataquis 5
Penobscot Valley 19, Schenck 0 (5 inns.)
Searsport 11, DI-Stonington 7
Stearns 6, Orono 1

SOFTBALL
Bangor 2, Brewer 1
Central 15, Bangor Christian 0 (5 inn.)
DI-Stonington 6, Searsport 0
Foxcroft 12, Piscataquis 3
Hampden Academy 4, Lawrence 3
PVHS 9, Schenck 6
Stearns 9, Orono 7 (8 inns.)

PREP
BASEBALL
Hebron 25, Gould 4

GIRLS LACROSSE
New Hampton 12, Hebron 8

BOYS TENNIS
Kents Hill 5, Hebron 0

GIRLS TENNIS
Hebron 3, Gould 2

COLLEGE
BASEBALL

Bates 24-6, UM-Presque Isle 1-3
Husson 6, Bowdoin 2
St. Joseph’s 11, Southern Maine 8
Thomas 6-4, UM-Farmington 0-2

SOFTBALL
Colby 5-9, Southern Maine 3-5
Husson 14-7, Maine Maritime 6-2
UM-Farmington 12-10, Thomas 4-4
U-New England 5-11, Gordon 4-2

MEN’S LACROSSE
Bowdoin 6, Bates 5
Gordon 9, U-New England 8
St. Joseph’s 20, UM-Farmington 1

WOMEN’S LACROSSE
Husson 18, UM-Farmington 5
U-New England 12, Gordon 11
GNAC Semifinals
Emerson 12, Mount Ida 2
Norwich 12, St. Joseph’s 10

MEN’S TENNIS
Bates 8, College of New Jersey 1

WOMEN’S TENNIS
College of New Jersey 7, Bates 2

*****
HIGH SCHOOL
BASEBALL
Hampden 6, Lawrence 5 (10 inn.)

At Hampden, Fred Knight’s RBI single in the bottom of the 10th inning supplied the Broncos with the winning run.
Knight added a two-run single while Cody Miller doubled, singled and tripled to knock in two runs for Hampden. Jeremy Leary added a double and two singles.
Blair Blaisdell doubled twice and singled (2 RBIs) to lead Lawrence of Fairfield. Derek Giggey recorded three singles.
Lawrence (0-1)    110 100 110 0    — 5 12 4
Hampden (1-0)    001 020 110 1    — 6 12 4

Russell, Blaisdell (6) and Woodbury; Perry, Miller (6) and Miller, Antone (6)

Penobscot Valley 19, Schenck 0
At East Millinocket, Dylan Worster pitched a two-hit shutout in leading Penobscot Valley of Howland past Schenck.
Worster recorded 14 strikeouts and allowed just two walks for the Howlers. Brady Libby hit four singles and Logan Jipson added two singles.
Ryan Thompson and Josh MacLeod each singled for Schenck.
Penobscot Valley (2-0)    311 3(11)    19 9 0
Schenck (0-1)                     000 00         — 0   2 9

Worster and Jipson; Thompson, Tanous (4), MacLeod (5) and Albert

Foxcroft 15, PCHS 5
At Guilford, Ian Champeon doubled and singled with three RBIs as Foxcroft Academy earned its first win of the spring.
D.J. Clukey added an RBI double for the Ponies.
Aaron Ward had Piscataquis’ lone hit, an RBI single in the second inning. Nick Schmiedlehner scored twice for the Pirates.
Foxcroft (1-1)          310 38    — 15 9 2
Piscataquis (0-1)    110 21    –  5  1 4

Mikame, Stroud (5) and Erickson; Stockley, Ward (5) and Bailey

Searsport 11, DI-Stonington 7
At Searsport, Rocky Faunce hit an RBI double and a sacrifice fly in leading Searsport to victory over Deer Isle-Stonington.
Evan Kingsbury hit an RBI single and scored three runs for Searsport. Josiah Brazier added two singles and an RBI.
Connor Morey hit a single and an RBI double to lead the Mariners. Hayden Ciomei hit two singles.
DI-Stonington (0-1)    100 303 0    — 7 4 5
Searsport (2-0)             215 102 x    — 11 8 1

Peasley, Grindle (1) and Morey; Kingsbury, Faunce (4) and Faunce, Brazier (4)

Bangor Chr. 7, Central 3
At Bangor, Tim Whitaker had two doubles, a single, two RBIs and two runs scored in leading Bangor Christian past Central of Corinth.
Brandon Wilcox stole four bases for the Patriots and Tyler Alexander drove in three runs.
Justin Wentworth hit a run-scoring double in the sixth inning for the Red Devils. Brandon Buzzell singled twice.
Central (1-1)            101 001 0    — 3 5 3
Bangor Chr. (1-1)    200 311 x    — 7 7 3

White, Bruce (4) and Caruso; Harvey, Bragg (4), Alexander (7) and Alexander, Poulin (7)

Stearns 6, Orono 1
At Orono, Charlie Tapley hit an RBI double and an RBI bunt single to lead the Stearns Minutemen of Millinocket past the Red Riots.
Max Bouchard had two singles and two RBIs for the Minutemen. Aaron Cyr pitched a three-hitter for the victory.
Charlie Boyle hit two singles for the Red Riots.
Stearns (1-0)    000 002 4    — 6 5 0
Orono (0-2)       010 000 0    — 1 3 6

Cyr and Studer; Stoddard, LeVasseur (7) and Rios

*****
SOFTBALL
Stearns 9, Orono 7

At Orono, Becca Leavitt hit a two-run single to highlight a three-run eighth inning to lead Stearns of Millinocket past Orono.
Leavitt added two doubles and two more RBIs for the Minutemen.
Jill Tuell had a double, two singles and three RBIs for Orono. Andi Foster recorded 12 strikeouts.
Stearns (1-0)    301 000 23    — 9 6 3
Orono (0-2)    100 032 01    — 7 8 4

Levesque and Mooney, Pelkey (7); Foster and Fox

Hampden Academy 4, Lawrence 3
At Hampden, Cassie Willis singled, moved to third on a passed ball and a Sarah Lamberton single and then scored on a two-out passed ball in the bottom of the seventh to give Hampden Academy its win over Lawrence of Fairfield.
Lamberton had two singles for the winners and Kristi Melanson went the distance for the win, striking out 11 and walking two while allowing four hits.
Erin Lee and Kathryn Gilio also singled for the winners with Brittany Luetjen (sacrifice fly) and Kayla Clewley (groundout) collecting RBIs.
Katie Routhier had two singles for Lawrence including a game-tying RBI single in the sixth. Jamie O’Halloran and Megan Moen also singled.
Lawrence (0-1)                 020 001 0     — 3 4 1
Hampden Academy (1-0) 210 000 1    — 4 5 2

Bickford, Martin (5) and Pelletier; Melanson and Lamberton

Central 15, Bangor Christian 0
At Bangor, Amber Conroy fashioned a one-hitter, striking out four as the visiting Red Devils from Corinth triumphed in five innings.
Katie Day doubled in two runs for Central while Brianna Speed had two singles and three RBIs. Alix Rudzinski contributed two doubles while driving in a run.
Catherine Bragg doubled for Bangor Christian.
Central (2-0)                (10)04 10    — 15 10 0
Bangor Christian (1-1) &nbsp

;  000 00    –   0    1 2
Conroy and Trafton; DeCoste and Guimond

Foxcroft 12, Piscataquis 3
At Guilford, Kelsey Boss hit an RBI double in the seventh and recorded seven strikeouts to lead Foxcroft Academy past Piscataquis.
Bekah Flanders had a two-run single in the fifth for the Ponies.
Maggie Abbott double, single and drove in a run for the Pirates. Jessica Bell also had a double and a single and Abby Burdin hit an RBI single.
Foxcroft (2-0)          001 054 2    — 12 5 0
Piscataquis (0-1)    001 011 0    —    3 8 3

Boss and Snyder; Burdin, Kain (5) and Hoak

DI-Stonington 6, Searsport 0
At Searsport, back-to-back RBI doubles by Chelsea Brown and Janelle Ciomei sparked a four-run rally in the top of the seventh that enabled Deer Isle-Stonington to pull away.
Brown also singled twice for the Mariners, as did Erika Hutchins.
Deer Isle-Stonington pitcher Sydney Outzs struck out 10 batters and walked just one.
Katherine Cotter, Olivia Quigley, Sara Bradshaw and Shannon Higgins each singled for Searsport.
DI-Stonington (1-0)    010 001 4    — 6 9 0
Searsport (0-2)            000 000 0    — 0 4 2

Outzs and Garcia; Quigley and Smith

Penobscot Valley 9, Schenck 6
At East Millinocket, Brittany Pike drove in three runs with a pair of singles and she also scored three times to lead Penobscot Valley of Howland past Schenck.
Kirstin Batchelder went the distance to pick up the win, allowing four hits while striking out two and walking five.
Reese Leonard had two singles and two RBIs for the winners and Bethany Heald singled.
Kaprice Tompkins had an RBI triple for Schenck with Brooke Hanington, Gabby Deloge and Kim Pszenny adding singles.
PVHS (1-1)         421 101 0    — 9 5 4
Schenck (0-1)    221 100 0    — 6 4 4

Batchelder and Pelletier; Tompkins and Burleigh

*****
COLLEGE
BASEBALL

Husson 6, Bowdoin 2
At Brunswick, Ryan Arsenault pitched a complete game while striking out 11 in leading Husson University of Bangor past Bowdoin College.
Husson’s Arsenault scattered 10 hits and three walks while allowing two runs. Chris Maguire hit three singles and Cody Haverly-John drove in two runs. Shawn Smith doubled and singled and Ethan Guerette added two singles and scored two runs.
Brendan Garner led Bowdoin with three singles and an RBI. Joe Comizio had a double, single and an RBI. Adam Marquit doubled and scored.
Husson (19-15)    020 010 300    — 6 13 1
Bowdoin (20-8)    000 001 100    — 2 10 1

Arsenault and Rennick; Farley, Potter (3), Ogden (4), Shea (5), Edwards (6), Comizio (7), Chenelle (7), Pace (8) and Findley, Auger

Bates sweeps UM-Presque Isle
At Lewiston, Chris Burke homered, doubled, singled, scored three runs and drove in five as Bates College beat the University of Maine at Presque Isle 24-1 in the first game.
The Bobcats also won the second game 6-3.
In the doubleheader, Adam Lynd tied or broke three single season school records. His ninth homer put him in a three-way tie for the most. A double in the second game tied him for most extra base hits with 20. It was also his 71st hit, breaking the previous record of 70 set by Jason Coulie in 2000.
In the first game, Lynd had a home run, a single and three RBIs for Bates. Tom Beaton had two doubles, a single, two RBIs and five runs scored. Demitrios Gatzogiannis hit a three-run home run in the sixth. Pat Murphy added a triple, single and three RBIs.
Lynd also struck out six in five innings to earn the win.
Seth Dorr doubled to lead the Owls. Tyler Delaney had a single and an RBI and Ryan Hill singled and scored a run.
In the second game, Jacob Simon had a triple, two runs scored and two RBIs for Bates. Gordy Webb tripled and Lynd had a double.
UMPI’s Dorr had a single, run and an RBI. Corey Harding and Tyler Delaney both drove in a run.
(First Game)
UMPI    001 000 0             — 1 7 3
Bates    90(11) 004 x    — 24 20 0

Towle, Carter (2), Andrews (3) and Conroy; Lynd, Siebenlist (6) and Webb, Nunan (7)
(Second Game)
UMPI (2-24)    003 000 0    — 3 3 3
Bates (16-8)    011 112 x    — 6 6 1

Harding, Fillebrown (4) and Cosenze; Horvath, Gatzogiannis (6) and Simon

St. Joseph’s 11, Southern Maine 8
At Standish, Travis Adams hit a three-run homer to highlight a seven-run first inning as Saint Joseph’s College topped the University of Southern Maine of Gorham.
Craig Woodbrey added a two-run home run in the first for the Monks. Ben Grant-Roy homered and singled and Todd Kenneborus had a triple, double and two runs scored. Ian Lee had a double, single, two runs and two RBIs.
Collin Henry homered and singled with three RBIs for the Huskies. Mike Eaton had a double, home run, three runs scored and two RBIs. Nick Grady hit two singles, a homer and drove in two runs.
USM (14-12)                  102 022 001    — 9 10 3
St. Joseph’s (24-10)    701 100 11x    — 11 13 4

Curran, Hahn (6), Goodrich (8), Eaton (8) and Fernandes, Marks (5); Rafferty, Moran (6) and Adams

*****
SOFTBALL
UM-Farmington sweeps Thomas

At Farmington, Shannon Mitchell hit three singles and drove in four runs in leading the University of Maine at Farmington past Thomas College of Waterville 10-4 in the second game.
The Beavers also won the first game 12-4.
In the first game, Jessica Timmreck had two singles, two runs and three RBIs for the Beavers. Lily Barry doubled, singled and scored three runs. McKell Barnes had a double, single and two RBIs.
Sara Pavento singled and knocked in two runs to lead Thomas. Samantha Moore hit an RBI single in the fifth.
In the second game, Kaitlyn Bartlett had a double, three singles and three RBIs for UM-Farmington. Barry homered and singled with two RBIs. Samantha Morency doubled and singled and Casandra Dyer had two singles and two runs.
Kaymala Eells had three singles and two RBIs for Thomas. Alexandra Kriegel and Kristin Masessa each doubled and singled.
(First Game)
Thomas                    010 03    — 4   7  3
UM-Farmington    040 8x    — 12 14 2

Crowe, Pavento (4) and Moore; Timmreck and Barnes
(Second Game)
Thomas (13-15)                002 011 0    — 4 10 1
UM-Farmington (7-11)    300 520 x    — 10 15 1

Pavento and Moore; Page, Timmreck (5) and Barnes

Husson sweeps Maine Maritime
At Castine, Dorothy Cameron hit two singles, drove in three runs and scored three runs in leading Husson University of Bangor to a 14-6 victory over Maine Maritime Academy in the first game.
The Eagles also took the second game 7-2.
In the first game, Cassie Berry singled and homered with two RBIs for the Eagles. Courtney Hill had two singles and three runs scored. Megan Richard had three singles and scored two runs. Kody Lyon struck out eight in 6ª innings.
Leah Jackson led the Mariners with a double and two singles. Mallery Stanley homered with two RBIs and McKenzie Burke added a single and a homer.
In the second game, Cameron had three singles and two runs for Husson. Aimee Mortensen had a single, home run and two RBIs.
Burke singled three times for MMA. Sabrina Keach hit two single sand Nicole Poland drove in two runs.
(First Game)
Husson                    004 115 3    — 14 16 1
Maine Maritime    030 001 2    —   6   8  5

Lyon, N. Sargent (7) and Risser; Burke and Jackson
(Second Game)
Husson (21-13)                 132 100 0    — 7 9 1
Maine Maritime (19-3)    000 101 0    — 2 6 0

N. Sargent, Poirier (7) and Risser; McCloskey and Jackson

Colby sweeps USM
At Gorham, freshman pitcher Lauren Becker notched two victories — one starting and one in relief — and helped lead Colby College to a doubleheader sweep of the University of Southern Maine, 5-3 and 9-5.
In the first game, Alyssa Lepore hit a three-run homer and Barbara Santos had three singles for the Colby Mules. Katie Graichen had two singles.
Sarah Cusack hit a double and singled twice for the USM Huskies. Jess Hayden of Madison singled twice.
In the second game, Alex Essman hit two doubles for the White Mules. Lepore had an RBI double.
Heather Gilman led USM with two singles.
(First Game)
Colby                         100 102 1    — 5  8 4
Southern Maine    000 003 0    — 3 10 2

Becker, Lepore (6) and Santos; Deroche and Hayden
(Second Game)
Colby (8-16)                       000 200 7    — 9 12 2
Southern Maine (8-24)    000 320 0    —5   6  4

Tasi, Becker (5) and Fort; Perdomo, Mackintosh (7) and Hayden, Anderson (7)

*****
Women’s lacrosse
Husson 18, UM-Farmington 5

At Farmington, Megan Clement’s six-goal effort fueled Husson University of Bangor in the victory.
Shelby Bradford netted four goals while Kim Gambon had two goals and one assist for the 9-1-1 Eagles. Megan O’Neil contributed a pair of goals while Kristen Capen had nine saves in net.
Alyssa Neptune had a goal plus an assist for the 4-6 Beavers while Jess Allen, Kara Hudson, Ashley Roderigue and Ashley Wentworth added goals. Wentworth and Andrea Knox combined for 14 saves in goal.

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