April 27, Scores and Highlights

Bangor Daily News
Posted April 27, 2010, at 8:23 p.m.

HIGH SCHOOL
BASEBALL

Bucksport 8, Mattanawcook 1
Cen. Aroostook 8, Madawaska 3
Fort Fairfield 14, Ashland 4
Hermon 7, Ellsworth 6, 8 inn.
Hodgdon 27, Greater Houlton Christian 1 (5 inn.)
John Bapst 11, Old Town 1
LCS/MSSM 16, Van Buren 6
Presque Isle 14, Houlton 3

SOFTBALL
Ashland 33, Fort Fairfield 9 (5 inn.)
Fort Kent 36, Washburn 4 (5 inn.)
Hermon 3, Ellsworth 2
Hodgdon 22, Greater Houlton Chr. 18
Mattanawcook 4, Bucksport 1
Old Town 5, John Bapst 2
Presque Isle 22, Houlton 3 (5 inn.)

*****
COLLEGE
BASEBALL

Bates 12-6, UM-Farmington 4-4
Colby 5, Thomas 0
Keene State 3, Husson 2

SOFTBALL
Postponements

Johnson State at UM-Farmington, Thursday
Plymouth State at Southern Maine, Thursday, 3:30 p.m.

MEN’S LACROSSE
Saint Joseph’s 13, Thomas 7
So. Maine 15, UMass Boston 13

WOMEN’S LACROSSE
Bowdoin 17, Bates 6
Southern Maine 17, Rhode Island College

MEN’S TENNIS
Postponements

Southern Maine at Bridgewater State, Wednesday, 3:30 p.m.

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HIGH SCHOOL
BASEBALL
Hodgdon 27, GHCA 1

At Hodgdon, Nick Lunn fashioned a two-hitter with seven strikeouts while hitting a two-run single as Hodgdon won easily.
Ryan Wellington had three doubles and a single to drive in three runs for the Hawks while Erik Ryan hit four singles to knock in four runs.
Ethan Brady doubled in a run for Greater Houlton Christian.
Greater Houlton (0-1)    010   0  0    —   1   2 4
Hodgdon (1-2)                812 (16)x    — 27 21 2

Straubell, Gray (2), Winslow (3), Duff (4) and Duff, Cousins (4); Lunn and Wallace, Hudson (4)

Presque Isle 14, Houlton 3
At Houlton, Ethan Braley had two singles and three RBIs as Presque Isle prevailed.
Steve Ford doubled in a run while Brian Shaw doubled for the Wildcats.
Jordan Bragdon and Josh Harvey hit RBI singles for Houlton.
Presque Isle (2-1)    020 233 4    — 14 6   2
Houlton (0-2)          020 001 0    —   3 5 10

Kingsbury and Ford; Hanning, Sanderson (6) and Harvey

Bucksport 8, Mattanawcook 1
At Bucksport, Tim Nason singled three times and knocked in a run as Bucksport defeated Mattanawcook.
Cody Farrell singled twice (RBI) and Mike Bridges doubled and singled for the Golden Bucks.
Lance Bernier had an RBI single for the Lynx of Lincoln.
Mattanawcook (3-1)    000 010 0    — 1   5 0
Bucksport (1-0)            100 601 x    — 8 12 2

Tash, Hand (5) and Thibodeau; Eldridge Nason (6) and Potter

Fort Fairfield 14, Ashland 4
At Fort Fairfield, Landon Kiezer hit two doubles, a single and drove in three runs to spark Fort Fairfield by Ashland.
Austin Bernier hit two singles and knocked in three runs for the Tigers while Jeremy Dillon added an RBI single.
Boyce MacDonald paced Ashland with two singles while Jordan Beaulieu hit a three-run single.
Ashland (0-2)            001 0    3    —   4 5 6
Fort Fairfield (1-1)    400 0(10)    — 14 9 2

Ward, Hafford (5) and Beaulieu; Churchill and Bixler

LCS/MSSM 16, Van Buren 6
At Limestone, Dylan Morgan hit two doubles and drove in three runs to propel Limestone Community School/Maine School of Science and Mathematics by Van Buren.
Cody Bryant chipped in with a solo home run in the fifth inning for the Eagles.
Van Buren (0-1)    101 211 0    — 6 2 6
LCS/MSSM (2-1)    115 333 x    — 16 8 1

Rossignol and Vaillancourt; Whitehead and Morgan

Cen. Aroostook 8, Madawaska 3
At Mars Hill, Logan McLaughlin hit two doubles and knocked in a run as Central Aroostook topped Madawaska.
Casey Brewer posted a double, a single and two RBIs for the Panthers while Brendan York added a two-run single.
Curt Thibeault hit a two-run double to pace Madawaska.
Madawaska (0-1)          002 100 0    — 3 3 2
Cen. Aroostook (2-0)    102 500 x    — 8 7 1

Cyr, Wetmore (4) and Thibeault; McLaughlin, Brewer (7) and Folsom

John Bapst 11, Old Town 1
At Old Town, Nick McBurnie pitched a complete game with no earned runs and eight strikeouts to lead John by Old Town.
Chris Hammond registered four singles, two runs scored and an RBI for the Crusaders while Sean O’Donnell posted two singles and two RBIs. Jason McBurnie and Bill Wetherbee each added two singles and an RBI.
Andrew Richards tallied an RBI single to pace Old Town.
John Bapst (1-1)    162 000 2    — 11 17 2
Old Town (2-2)        000 000 1    — 1   3   2

N. McBurnie and Wetherbee; Estes, Melmed (3) and Cross, Richardson (5)

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SOFTBALL
Presque Isle 22, Houlton 3

At Houlton, Kayla Richards singled twice and doubled to knock in a run as Presque Isle won in five innings.
Chandler Guerrette added a double and single for the winners.
Chelsi Murray had two singles and a double with two RBIs for Houlton.
Presque Isle (1-2)    142 (13) 3    — 22 12 1
Houlton (0-2)            200   1   0    —   3   8 3

Coffin, Shaw (5) and Richards; Sandeson, Bailey (4), Cameron (4) and Murray

Fort Kent 36, Washburn 4
At Washburn, Taylor Boucher knocked in nine runs with two home runs, a triple and a double to power the Warriors to victory in a mutual season opener.
Emily Bard pitched a one-hitter with seven strikeouts for Fort Kent.
Kristi Sperrey singled for Washburn.
Fort Kent (1-0)    (12)2(13) 63    — 36 20 0
Washburn (0-1)    0  0  3   10      —   4   1 2

Bard and Desjardins; Saucier, Sperrey (1), Saucier (3) and R. Saucier, Sperrey (3)

Ashland 33, Fort Fairfield 9
At Fort Fairfield, Whitney Donovan rapped a triple and three singles with four RBIs to pace the Hornets to victory.
Taylor Baker stroked a triple and three singles with three RBIs for Ashland. Whitney Donovan pitched a three-hitter with eight strikeouts.
Amanda Hotham had a triple and two RBIs for Fort Fairfield.
Ashland (1-1)          34(11) 96    — 33 18 3
Fort Fairfield (0-2)    60  0   03    —   9   3 2

Donovan and Labelle; Hebert and C. Churchill, S. Churchill

Old Town 5, John Bapst 2
At Old Town, Hannah Morin doubled in a run, singled twice and struck out seven in a complete-game effort as Old Town improved to

4-0.
Amy Singler drove in runs with a double and a single for the Coyotes.
Tori Huckestein and Tori Mason each singled twice for John Bapst of Bangor.
John Bapst (0-2)    100 000 1    — 2 8 2
Old Town (4-0)        111 020 x    — 5 7 1

Detour, Jordan (5) and Webb, Gilmore (6); Morin and Singer

Hodgdon 22, GHCA 18
At Hodgdon, Taylor McGary and Destiny Ellis each hit a tripe with two RBIs to lead Hodgdon by Greater Houlton Christian Academy.
Kendra Smart registered two singles and two RBIs to pace Greater Houlton Christian.
GHCA (0-2)             — 18 7 0
Hodgdon (1-2)        — 22 9 0

Smart and Mallia; Wallace and Ryan

DI. Stonington 11, Bangor Ch. 4
At Bangor on Monday, Abby Grindle and Goldie Garcia had run-scoring singles in a four-run sixth inning that broke a 2-2 tie.
Sydney Outzs hurled a complete-game four-hitter with seven strikeouts and two walks.
Grindle had two singles and two RBIs for the winners and Outzs had a double and a single and an RBI. Janelle Ciomei had two singles and an RBI.
Whitney Holmes and Olivia  Arnold had RBI singles for Bangor Christian.
DI-Stonington (2-0)    000 204 5    – 11 7 2
BC (1-2)                       100 101 1    – 4 4 4

Outzs and Garcia; Roemmich and Guimond

Mattanawcook 4, Bucksport 1
At Bucksport, senior righthander Tayla Trask scattered one run on six hits while striking out 11 and walking none as the Lynx put up three runs in the sixth inning to earn the victory in a battle of Class B contenders.
Jess Fortin gave Mattanawcook of Lincoln the lead with a two-run single in the sixth while Brooke Hanscom contributed a double.
Mindy Pye had a pair of singles for Bucksport while Sadie White tripled. Abby Yeo compiled seven strikeouts and no walks in absorbing the loss.
Mattanawcook (1-1)    100 003 0    — 4 4 2
Bucksport (0-1)            001 000 0    — 1 6 3

Trask and Gulesian; Yeo and Pye

Hermon 3, Ellsworth 2
At Hermon, Debbie Colpitts singled to drive in Monica Gallant for the game-winning run in the bottom of the seventh inning as Hermon topped Ellsworth.
Colpitts pitched a complete game giving up two runs on three hits with six strikeouts to earn the win. Gabby Bryant hit an RBI single while Ashley Thayer chipped in with a sacrifice fly.
Shelly Domagala hit a two-run home run in the fifth inning for Ellsworth.
Ellsworth (1-1)    000 020 0    — 2 3 3
Hermon (2-0)      100 001 1    — 3 2 1

Daley and Wright; Colpitts and Bates

*****
TENNIS
At Bangor
Bangor boys (1-0) 4, Cony (0-1) 1

Singles: Patrick Stewart (B) def. Jim Neff, 6-1, 6-1, Gideon Forbes (C) def. Noah Frost 6-7, 6-4, 7-6, John Sweczyk (B) def. Joe Harwood 6-4, 6-2; doubles: Kevin Wellington-Lance Lajoie (B) def. Jacob Forbes-Paul Breton 6-1, 6-2, Scott Dennis-Kris Bears (B) def. Nick Stiles-Derek Brotherton 6-2, 6-1

At Dover-Foxcroft
Foxcroft boys (2-0) 4, Penquis (1-1) 1

Singles: Vergil Zhang (FA) def. Klay Stevens 8-4, Hadi El Rabbat (FA) def. Jim Gledhill 8-2, Kyle Murphy (P) def. Jordan Kim 8-3; doubles: Colby Bombero-Choi Hyukwoo (FA) def. Phil Larabee-Jim Drake 8-6, Donnie Boyer-Stephen Sharrow (FA) def. George Cowing-Albert Smith 8-2
Foxcroft girls (1-1) 4, Penquis (1-1) 1
Singles: Kristin Chapman (P) def. Lindsey Kousaie 8-2, Meghan Keane (FA) def. Katy Korona 8-3, Katie Thomas (FA) def. Caitlyn Durant 8-0; doubles: Emma Malay-Jen Seavey (FA) def. Lauryn Bellatty-Rebecca Carpenter 8-0, Mariah Arno-Julia Kurzius (FA) by forfeit

At Presque Isle
Fort Kent girls (1-0) 5, Houlton (0-2) 0

Singles: Becca Martin def. Hiba Bilal 8-3, Carissa Pelletier def. Holly Bouvier 8-1, Sam Landry def. Kelsey Fitzpatrick 8-5; doubles: Roxy Pelletier-Kiera Caron def. Megan Gerath-Ashley Hannigan 8-2, Abby Stevens-Victoria Bernard def. Daisy Torres-Courtney Bragan 9-8 (7-3)
Fort Kent girls (2-0) 5, Houlton (0-3) 0
Singles: Double-forfeit; Carissa Pelletier def. Holly Bouvier 8-1, Sam Landry def. Kelsey Fitzpatrick 8-2; doubles: Roxy Pelletier-Kiera Caron def. Megan Gerath-Ashley Hannigan 8-2, double-forfeit

Houlton boys (2-0) 5, Fort Kent (0-1) 0
Singles: Zach Harvey def. Isaac Mitchell 8-5, Tyler Delano def. Alex Charette 8-6, Luke Anderson def. Logan Doak 8-2; doubles: Cody Woods-D.J. McGary def. Lucas Woodward-Alex Chasse 8-2, Crag Thomas-Zack Ritchie by forfeit
Houlton boys (3-0) 4, Fort Kent (0-2) 1
Singles: Tyler Delano (H) def. Alex Charette 8-3, Logan Doak (FK) def. Luke Anderson 9-7, double-forfeit; doubles: Cody Woods-D.J. McGary (H) def. Lucas Woodward-Alex Chasse 8-3, Craig Thomas-Zack Ritchie (H) by forfeit

*****
COLLEGE
BASEBALL
Bates sweeps UM-Farmington

At Farmington, Bates College continued its record-breaking season, improving to 22-8 by sweeping UMaine-Farmington 12-4 and 6-4.
In the first game, Chris Burke and Noah Lynd each homered in the first inning to fuel a seven-run rally.
Burke finished 4-for-5 with a double, home run, three runs scored and four RBIs while Tom Beaton added three singles and a double for the Bobcats.
Kyle Shea hit a two-run homer for UMaine-Farmington.
In the second game, Lynd hit a two-run blast in the seventh as Bates earned the sweep.
Gordy Webb and Burke each singled and doubled for the Bobcats.
Matt Levine singled, doubled and knocked in a run for the Beavers.
(First Game)
Bates                   700 103 1    — 12 14 2
UM-Farmington    100 030 0    —  4 10 3

Chiampa, Siebenlist (2), McGregor (5) and Webb; Ridge, Corcoran (6), DiPompo (7) and Judkins
(Second Game)
Bates (22-8)                   010 111 2    — 6 10 3
UM-Farmington (5-22)    300 100 0    — 4   6 1

Spinosa, Heide (6) and Simon; McNeill, Winchenbach (5), Ashey (5), Gallagher (7) and Macvane

Colby 5, Thomas 0
At Waterville, Nikolas Atsalis registered a double, two singles, a run scored and an RBI as Colby College shut out Thomas College.
Five pitchers combined on the five-hit shutout for the Mules. John LaMantia posted an RBI double and a single while Robb Arndt chipped in with two singles.
Tom Desjardins doubled for Thomas.
Thomas (13-22)    000 000 000    — 0 5 4
Colby (12-15)        010 210 10x    — 5 8 4

Farrar, Perkins (3), Chamblee (6), Estes (8) and Charves; Morrill, Collins (4), Nelson (6), Davis (8), Hartigan (9) and Gallagher, Schroeder (8)

Keene State 3, Husson 2
At Keene, N.H., Tyler DiPrato doubled and scored on a groundout by Bobby Doyon in the seventh inning as Keene State edged Husson University of Bangor.
Keith Patnode drove in a first-inning run with a single for Keene State while Doyon finished with three hits and Diprato two runs scored. Kyle Davis pitched seven innings to record the win.

Shawn Smith drove in a run with a single for Husson while Tom Crews singled twice. Andy Bush singled to knock in a run.
Husson (21-18)                101 000 000    — 2 7 0
Keene State (19-13-1)    100 010 10x    — 3 7 1

Bart, Sullivan (6), Beatham (9) and Bush; Davis, Lacourse (8) and Cipolla

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