May 4, Scores and Highlights

Posted May 04, 2010, at 7:25 p.m.
Last modified Oct. 19, 2010, at 11:19 a.m.

HIGH SCHOOL
BASEBALL

Bangor 8, Erskine Academy 2
Bangor Christian 6, Central 3
Brewer 13, Hampden 2 (5 inns.)
Central Aroostook 15, LCS/MSSM 1 (5 inns.)
Ellsworth 8, Washington Acad. 5
GHCA 31-23, Washburn 5-7
Madawaska 10, Fort Fairfield 0 (5 inn.)
Mattanawcook Acad. 6, MDI 1
Old Town 12, Hermon 2 (6 inns.)
Searsport JV’s 10, Mount View JV’s 5
So. Aroostook 12, Ashland 0
Stearns 1, Penquis 0

SOFTBALL
Bangor 4, Erskine 0
Brewer 6, Hampden 4
Central 19, Bangor Christian 1 (5 inn.)
Ellsworth 9, Washington Acad. 4
Fort Fairfield 20, Madawaska 1
Greater Houlton Christian 31-29, Washburn 14-17 (2nd game, 5 inns.)
Greenville 12, Valley 5
Hermon 3, Old Town 0
LCS/MSSM 13, Cen. Aroostook 2
Mattanawcook 8, MDI 1
So. Aroostook 18, Ashland 14
Stearns 10, Penquis 8

BOYS TENNIS
Postponements

MDI at George Stevens, Wednesday, 4 p.m.

GIRLS TENNIS
Postponements

MDI at George Stevens, Wednesday, 4 p.m.

COLLEGE
BASEBALL

Bates 17-18, Fisher 6-7
Southern Maine 4, Bowdoin 3

WOMEN’S LACROSSE
Southern Maine 17, Western Connecticut 16

*****
HIGH SCHOOL
BASEBALL

Madawaska 10, Fort Fairfield 0
At Madawaska, Devan Pelletier collected two doubles and a triple while knocking in three runs to lead the Owls past Fort Fairfield.
Jon Lee and Kirk Michaud each had RBI doubles while Brad Pelletier tripled and singled (RBI) for Madawaska.
Andrew Tuck had a single for Fort Fairfield.
Fort Fairfield (1-3)    000 00    — 0 5 4
Madawaska (2-2)    411 22    — 10 11 2

Churchill, Keizer (4) and Bixler; Gendreau, Whitmore (4) and Thibeault

So. Aroostook 12, Ashland 0
At Dyer Brook, Pat Goodall and Dakota Sleeper combined on a one-hitter with 15 strikeouts to power Southern Aroostook by Ashland.
Sleeper chipped in with two singles and four RBIs for the Warriors. Travis Casey doubled and singled while Jesse Small had two singles and an RBI. Anthony Diaferio added an RBI triple.
Justin Beaulier hit a single for Ashland.
Ashland (1-3)              000 00    — 0 1 3
So. Aroostook (4-0)    342 3x    — 12 9 1

MacDonald and Ward; Goodall, Sleeper and Robinson

Stearns 1, Penquis 0
At Millinocket, Garen Manzo fashioned a seven-hit shutout with eight strikeouts while Alan Langley doubled and scored on a wild pitch in the second as Stearns triumphed.
Manzo and Charlie Tapley each singled for the Minutemen.
Brandon Smith and Justin Artus each doubled and singled for Penquis of Milo. Eddie Cobb had eight strikeouts in the loss.
Penquis (4-1)    000 000 0    — 0 7 1
Stearns (5-0)    010 000 x    — 1 3 2

Cobb and Armstrong; Manzo and Cyr

Cen. Aroostook 15, LCS/MSSM 1
At Mars Hill, Dan Brewer and Logan McLaughlin combined on a two-hitter as the Panthers won in five innings.
McLaughlin knocked in six runs with a triple, a double and two singles. Mitch Folsom hit a two-run homer and two singles, while Garrett Stiles doubled and singled for Central Aroostook.
Nate Berube doubled and Nick Tucker singled for Limestone Community School/Maine School of Science and Mathematics.
LCS/MSSM (0-5)                010 00    —   1   2 3
Central Aroostook (5-0)    142 8x    — 15 11 0

St. Pierre, Tracy (4), Whitehead (4) and Tracy, Morgan (4); Brewer, McLaughlin (4) and Folsom

Ellsworth 8, Washington Acad. 5
At Ellsworth, Cote Carl had two singles to knock in two runs as Ellsworth defeated Washington Academy of East Machias.
Andrew Hodge drove in two runs with two sacrifice flies for the Eagles.
Ryan Sprague and Ryan Schoppe hit two singles apiece for the Raiders.
Washington Acad. (3-2)    011 201 0    — 5 6 6
Ellsworth (3-2)                    321 200 x    — 8 5 6

Woods and Lenfesty; Sawyer, Carlin (7) and Carter

Bangor 8, Erskine Academy 2
At Bangor, Lonnie Hackett collected three singles as the undefeated Rams topped Erskine Academy of South China.
Cody McInnis chipped in with a three-run double for Bangor.
Shyler Scates posted two singles to pace Erskine.
Erskine Acad. (0-6)    000 200 0    — 2 6 3
Bangor (7-0)               001 403 x    — 8 8 1

Belanger, Pulver (4) and Bragg; Stanevicz, Savage (3), Worcester (4), Kelley (6) and Morris

GHCA 31-23, Washburn 5-7
At Washburn, the visiting Greater Houlton Christian Eagles piled up 54 runs to sweep a doubleheader from Washburn.
In the first game, Chad Duff laced a three-run triple while Ethan Brown had two singles, a triple and five RBIs for GHCA. Teddy Bowers doubled in three runs.
For Washburn, Sal Viola hit a two-run double and Tony Viola two singles.
In the second game, Isaiah Straubel knocked in three runs with a double while Ryan Campbell had three singles and scored five runs to pace the Eagles.
Nick Bragg singled twice and scored two runs for the Beavers.
(First Game)
GHCA            1(10)2 5(13)    — 31 18 1
Washburn    220 01                 — 5 7 5

Duff and Campbell; S. Viola, A. Viola (3), Farley (4) and Howe
GHCA    3(11)8 10    — 23 14 2
Washburn    015 10    — 7 6 8

J. Campbell, Straubel (4) and R. Campbell; Bragg, McLaughlin (3) and Howe

Mattanawcook Acad. 6, MDI 1
At Bar Harbor, Tyler Tash scattered four hits, giving up one run and one walk, to lead Mattanawcook Academy of Lincoln by Mount Desert Island.
Kasey Knights registered a double, two singles and two RBIs for the Lynx. Ivan Voisine posted three singles and an RBI while Lance Bernier added a double, a single and an RBI.
Devin Young hit a home run and a single for the Trojans.
Mattanawcook (5-2)    002 013 0    — 6 12 0
MDI (3-2)    100 000 0    — 1 4 2

Tash and Thibodeau; Logue, Bailey (4) and Stewart

Bangor Christian 6, Central 3
At Corinth, righthander Andrew Harvey scattered six hits, striking out two and walking two, and Tyler Alexander doubled and singled and drove in two runs as Bangor Christian upended Central.
Ben Bragg had a pair of singles and scored a pair of runs as did Alexander.
Justin Weymouth had two singles for Central and David Lord hit a solo homer.
Bangor Christian (3-4)    220 200 0    – 6 6 2
Central (2-4)                   200 100 0    – 3 6 3

Harvey and Alexander; Lord, White (4) and Kirlin

*****

/>SOFTBALL

So. Aroostook 18, Ashland 14
At Dyer Brook, Elizabeth Goodall tripled, doubled and singled while knocking in three runs as Southern Aroostook held off Ashland.
Kaitlyn Sommers singled twice to drive in four runs while Janel Rockwell had two singles, a triple and two RBIs for the Warriors.
Melissa Ellis led Ashland with two singles, a double and three RBIs while Taylor Baker dou-bled and singled.
Ashland (2-2)              510 221 3    — 14 14 4
So. Aroostook (2-1)    620 433 x    — 18 14 3

Donovan and Labelle; Nadeau, Ev. Goodall (1) and El. Goodall

Fort Fairfield 20, Madawaska 1
At Madawaska, Sarah Hebert pitched five innings allowing one run on two hits as Fort Fairfield cruised past Madawaska.
Sydney Churchill posted four singles and an RBI for the Tigers. Courtney Churchill hit a two-run home run and two singles. Amanda Hotham had a triple, a single and an RBI while Danielle Tracy tallied two singles and two RBIs.
Cassie Nelson and Aurora Jerkins each singled for Madawaska.
Fort Fairfield (2-2)    1(11)7 10    — 20 15 2
Madawaska (0-3)          000 01    —  1   2 14

Hebert and C. Churchill; K. Dugal and Cyr

Greenville 12, Valley 5
At Greenville, Miranda Drinkwater and Rachel Soule each hit a two-run double as Greenville defeated Valley of Bingham.
Kayla Cooley tallied a double, a single and two RBIs to pace Valley. Hannah Belanger hit two singles with an RBI while Torie Costello doubled.
Valley (2-2)          002 001 2    — 5 8 0
Greenville (2-0)    300 081 x    — 12 5 4

Laweryson and Leathers; Soule and Wilson

Bangor 4, Erskine 0
At Bangor, Sam Bedore pitched her second no-hitter of the spring and third shutout, compiling a season-high 17 strikeouts and one walk as the undefeated Rams improved to 7-0.
Bedore’s walk was issued to the game’s first batter, and she retired the final 21 hitters in order.
Megan Doucette singled twice to knock in two runs while Mariah Cassum doubled and singled while scoring a couple runs for the Rams. Sadie Redman singled twice and doubled while Kate Freudenberger contributed two singles.
Erskine (6-1)    000 000 0    — 0 0 2
Bangor (7-0)    111 100 x    — 4 11 0

Sa. Morse, So. Morse (3) and Bond; Bedore and Cosgrove

LCS/MSSM 13, Cen. Aroostook 2
At Mars Hill, the visiting Eagles took advantage of five errors six walks to plate 12 unearned runs en route to the win.
Katie Welch doubled and drove in four runs for Limestone/Maine School of Science and Math while Ashlynn Kelly had two singles.
Brianna Hartin singled twice with an RBI for the Panthers while Rachel Grew and Michaela King each had two singles.
LCS/MSSM (4-0)    610 321 0    — 13 4 1
Cen. Aroostook (1-2)    100 100 0    — 2 6 5

Cote and St. Pierre; McIntyre, Long (1) and King

Ellsworth 9, Washington Acad. 4
At Ellsworth, Anna Seavey tripled, singled and scored two runs to lead Ellsworth by Washington Academy of East Machias.
Lily Cooper chipped in with two singles for the Eagles.
Andi Flannery and Bre Nicely each singled for Washington Academy.
Washington Acad. (3-2)    003 000 1    — 4 2 2
Ellsworth (3-2)                    200 304 x    — 9 8 2

Davis and Corey; Daley and Wright

Mattanawcook 8, MDI 1
At Mount Desert, Taylor Trask pitched a no-hitter with 10 strikeouts to propel Mattanawcook Academy of Lincoln by Mount Desert Island.
Trask helped her own cause with a double, a single and an RBI. Brooke Hanscom and Brooke Kimball chipped in with two singles apiece for the Lynx.
Mattanawcook (5-1)    201 032 0    — 8 8 1
MDI (1-4)                      100 000 0    — 1 0 3

Trask and Gulesian; McKay, Young (6) and Norwood

Hermon 3, Old Town 0
At Old Town, Debbie Colpitts pitched a one-hitter with six strikeouts to lead Hermon by Old Town.
Ashley Thayer hit an RBI double for the Hawks.
Meaghan Cousins singled for Old Town.
Hermon (4-0)      000 300 0    — 3 3 0
Old Town (6-1)    000 000 0    — 0 1 2

Colpitts and Bates; Morin and Singer

Central 19, Bangor Christian 1
At Corinth, Alix Rudzinski fired a five-inning no-hitter with eight strikeouts while hitting an RBI double and RBI single as undefeated Central won convincingly.
Katie Day singled three times and knocked in a run while Brianna Speed doubled and singled with an RBI for the Red Devils. Kaitlynn Stymeist added two singles and Miranda Prescott two singles and an RBI.
Bangor Christian (2-4)    001 00      — 1    0 3
Central (6-0)                (14)22 1x    — 19 14 1

DeCoste, Roemmich (2), DeCoste (4) and Guimond; Rudzinksi and Trafton, Bradford (4)

Stearns 10, Penquis 8
At Millinocket, Becca Leavitt had two doubles and drove in four runs to lead Stearns past Penquis of Milo.
Khristine Tracy doubled and singled to plate a pair of runs for the Minutemen while Angela Levesque had two singles and a double with an RBI and Taylor Pelkey two singles (RBI).
Shelby Weston and Shelby Fowles each had two singles for Penquis.
Penquis (1-3)    003 100 4    — 8 6 1
Stearns (2-3)    002 440 x    — 10 12 5

Downing and McLaughlin; Levesque and Albert

GHCA 31-29, Washburn 14-17
At Washburn, the Eagles scored at least one run in every inning en route to sweeping the Beavers.
In the first game, Greater Houlton Christian Academy scored 10 runs in the fourth inning to break the game open. Amber Michaud led the way with a triple and two singles, while winning pitcher Kiandra Smart doubled and singled.
Makayla Ronco and Rayah Saucier each stroked three singles for Washburn.
In the second game, the Eagles erupted for 13 runs in the fifth inning to put the game out of reach.
Relief winner Smart paced the winners with a home run, a double and two singles. Mikayla Wiley posted three singles.
Ronco and Hillary Jackson each rapped three singles for Washburn. Saucier hit a solo homer.
(First Game)
GHCA          423 (10)21 9    — 31 11 2
Washburn    420   4  12 1    — 14 11 5

Smart, McGuire (5) and Lee; R. Saucier, Libby (4) and Libby, Saucier (4)
(Second Game)
GHCA (3-1)           244 6(13)    — 29 10 1
Washburn (0-4)    564 2    0    — 17 12 2

McGuire, Smart (3) and Lee; Sperrey, R. Sa

ucier (5), M. Saucier (5) and R. Saucier, Sperrey (5)

Brewer 6, Hampden 4
At Hampden, Morgan Haradon hit two doubles, a single and knocked in a run to help spark Brewer by Hampden.
Amanda Ryan posted two singles, a double and an RBI for the Witches while Morgan Small added a double, a single and an RBI.
Kathryn Gilio, Sarah Lamberton and Olivia Plaisted each hit two singles for Hampden. Ashley Danforth chipped in with a double.
Brewer (3-4)    012 102 0    — 6 11 3
Hampden (2-5)    201 010 0    — 4 8 0

Ryan and Nickerson; Melanson and Lamberton

*****
TENNIS
At Madawaska
Madawaska boys (3-1) 4, Van Buren (0-1) 1

Singles: Nathan Beaulieu (M) def. Matt Vick 8-2, Chris Lizotte (M) def. Nathan Lapointe 8-5, Eric Laplante (VB) def. Matt Deschenes 8-6;
doubles: Jamie Cyr-Jacques Daigle (M) def. Mark Levasseur-Brandon Ouellette 8-1, Aaron Thibeault-Greg Faucher (M) def. Derrick Rossignol-Nick Violette 8-5

At Millinocket
Stearns boys (3-1) 5, Mattanawcook (1-2) 0

Singles: Jared McGillicuddy def. Patrick Knight 8-6, Dan MacKenzie def. Nikk Libbey 8-1, Kevin Bisque def. Tyler Wakefield 9-7;
doubles: Jared McCleary-Brian Bouchard def. Rusty Phillips-Conner Smart 8-3, Kameron LaPlante-Mike Cyr def. Matt Johnston-Dillan Hes-seltine 8-0

Mattanawcook girls (1-2) 4, Stearns (1-2-1) 1
Singles:
Catherine Chan (M) def. Faith Harmon 8-4, Kaylee Bradford (S) def. Nicole Ravosa Riordan 8-4, Hannah Delano (M) def. Katelyn Campbell 8-4;
doubles: Ciara Tolman-Katie Krapf (M) def. Stephanie Decker-Breanna Speed 8-3, Jasmine Long-Kara-Beth Farrell (M) def. Acadia LeVasseur-Catherine Haven 8-1

At Milo
Penquis boys (3-1) 4, Dexter (1-2) 1

Singles: Ryan Wilks (D) def. Klay Stevens 8-4, Jim Gledhill (P) def. Nate Deleon 8-2, Kyle Murphy (P) by forfeit;
doubles: Phil Larrabee-Jim Drake (P) def. Ryan Chabot-Tim Gustin 8-1, Austin Fogg-Albert Smith (P) def. Shawn Goulette-Matt Crane 8-5

Dexter girls (3-0) 5, Penquis (1-3) 0
Singles: Crissy Mountain def. Kristyn Chapman 9-7, Cally Mountain def. Katy Korona 8-5, Sarah Murray def. Caitlyn Durant 8-1;
doubles: Danielle Burton-Katie Eastman def. Lauryn Bellatty-Rebecca Carpenter 8-1, No. 2 doubles, forfeit

At Bangor
John Bapst boys 5, Hermon 0

Singles: Bobtom Flynn def. Brian Finley 8-0, Lucas Hubbard def. Travis Morse 8-1, Charlie Volkwein def. Jacob Reynolds 8-3;
doubles: Ian Szydlo-Matt Dunning def. Nick Reynolds-Taylor Kelley 8-2, Jacob Leonard-Justin Ryan def. Nate Matthews-Alex Pelletier 9-7

John Bapst girls 4, Hermon 1
Singles: Jordan Myerowitz (JB) def. Molly Ingalls 8-3, Melissa Cliff (H) def. Polly Bickford 8-4, Rebecca Settele (JB) def. Audrey Cliff 8-6;
doubles: Erin Bousfield-Jacquelyn Dougherty (JB) def. Maggie Pierce-Brittany Overlock 8-2, Kristen Krueger-Kelsey Johns (JB) def. Nicole Overlock-Taylor Rose Bean 8-1

At Brewer
Brewer boys (2-2) 5, Cony (1-3) 0

Singles: Alex Burgess def. Jimmy Ness 1-6, 7-6 (7-4), 7-3, Nick Morris def. Gideon Forbes 6-3, 6-0, Brian Carr def. Joe Harwood 6-2, 6-0;
doubles: Ian Burgess-Josh Carlson def. Jacob Forbes-Paul Breton 6-3, 6-2, Brent Williams-Ryan Boothby def. Derek Brotherton-Nick Stiles 6-4, 6-3;
exhibition: Thin Ittipalakein-Max Hutchinson (Cony) def. Brandon McCarthy-Jeremy Wyman 10-2, Robert Swain (Cony) def. Ryan Boothby 8-1

*****
BATTER UP
MINOR LEAGUE
BASEBALL
At Hermon
Blue Jays (1-1) 7, Levant (0-2) 4

Blue Jays top hitters: Keith Pomeroy triple, single, Jett Bacon triple; winning pitcher: Ethan Scripture; Levant: Spencer Bemis single, Wyatt Hendricks single

Hermon (2-0) 6, Glenburn (0-2) 3
Hermon top hitters: Joel Bergeron 2 singles; winning pitcher: Joel Bergeron; Glenburn: Kade McDonald double, single, Luke Tuell 2 singles

SOFTBALL
At Brewer
Orrington 10, Blue Jays 3

Orrington: Olivia Harriman 2 singles; Blue Jays: Gabby Gonzalez 2 singles

LITTLE LEAGUE
BASEBALL
At Bangor East
Rotary (1-1) 7, Harley (0-3) 5

Rotary: Charlie Budd 2 singles, Kyle McCue double; winning pitcher: Ethan Dorman; Harley: Tom Szewczyk triple, Tyler Parke 2 singles

At Bangor West
Corner Store 7, Fairmount Market 1

Corner Store top hitters: Kyle Stevenson triple, double; winning pitcher: Kyle Stevenson; Fairmount Market: Sam Putnam 2 singles

At Brewer
Red Sox 4, Orioles 1

Red Sox top hitters: Matt Pushard triple, 2 singles, Tyler Friel double; winning pitcher: Rece Baker; Orioles: Chris Harris single

MAJOR LEAGUE
BASEBALL
At Levant
Hermon Harley Davidson 18, Levant 0

Hermon top hitters: Joe Plummer home run, Zach Nash double; winning pitcher: Zach Nash; Levant: Brevan Haskell double

At Hermon
Dysarts (2-0) 10, R.H. Foster (1-1) 1

Dysarts top hitters: Eric Hoogterp 3 home runs, Christian Greener 2 singles; winning pitcher: Eric Hoogterp; R.H. Foster: Corbin Tate 2 singles

MIDDLE SCHOOL
At Camden

Bristol 13, Camden-Rockport 3

*****
GOLF
EMSGA
At Natanis GC, Vassalboro

Class A gross: Tom Kus 71, George Jacobson 75, Rod Chase 76, Steve Beleya 76, Sonny Myers 76; A net: Richard Doll 62, Marty Draw 64, Jim Cuthbertson 66; B gross: Charlie Anderson 75, Joe Sala 76, Ed McKay 80; B net: Clyde Lewis 67, Dick Crawford 67, Robert Ward 67; C gross: Don Sturgeon 79, Dick Gardner 80, Bucky Owen 84; C net: Paul Bouchard 60, Steve Norton 62, Ralph Burgess 68; D gross: Dick Carleton 76, Chuck Thompson 81, Don Cramer 85; D net: Doc Howard 70, Jim Picard 71, Phil Bowen 72, Sid Linscott 72; E gross: Paul Richardson 89, John Koulovatos 93, Dave Benson 98; E net: Austin Carter 70, Dave Bryant 74, Buddy Brown 76; best ball gross: Mike Greenwood, Steve Norton, Bucky Owen, George Jacobson 66; net: Frank Burnell, Rob Cady, Victor Jipson, Barry Webster 56; pins: No. 5 Dick Gardner 22-8, Gary Wakeland 32-5, No. 7 Dick Carleton 13 feet, Bruce Davies 25-3, No. 10 Peter Mahoney 11-11, Tom Kus 12-7, Warren Brooks 12-7, No. 12 Bruce Spaulding 9-10, Ken Grant 11-4

LOCAL
At Rocky Knoll CC, Orrington
Tuesday Twilight League

Gross: Adam Fournier 39, Peter Fournier 41, Dan Bryant 44; net: Randy Chute 30, Ed St. Heart 32, Jim Oreskovich 34; pins: No. 9 Adam Fournier 30 feet

At Northport GC
Men’s Twilight League

Class A sweeps, gross: Jamie Jackson 36, Randy Berry 37, Charles Pray 38; net: Terry Whitney 31.5, Wil Baker 34, Chris Tibbetts 34.5; pins: No. 3 Charles Pray 18-6, No. 9 Will Baker 10-4; B sweeps, gross: Bruce Spaulding 42, Jerry Savitz 43, Dick Clement 43, Bert Bailey 43; net: Tyler McDevitt 31.5, Greg McDaniel 33.5, Bryant Dutch 34.5; pins: No. 3 Greg McDaniel 9-4, No. 9 Greg McDaniel 30 feet

HOLE-IN-ONE
Bill Albrecht

ORRINGTON — Bill Albrecht of Bangor shot a hole-in-one Tuesday at Rocky Knoll Country Club. He made the ace on the 151-yard fifth hole using a 7-wood and it was witnessed by Kenneth Mulvey.

*****
PLAYER HONORS
COLLEGE
ECAC
Men’s East Hockey All-Academic Team

Southern Maine: Mike Carpenter, Zach Joy, Mason St. Hilaire; University of New Eng

land: Ted Fabian, Eric Hines, Kyle MacLennan, Jack Nolin, Mike Roper, Mike Tiano
Women’s East Hockey All-Academic Team
Southern Maine: Joanna Gaube, Jordan Kfoury, Jana Sacco, Mary Vaughan

*****
COLLEGE
BASEBALL

Southern Maine 4, Bowdoin 3
At Brunswick, Anthony Pisani’s two-run single in the top of the ninth inning gave the Huskies of Gorham the victory.
John Carey and Pisani were the Southern Maine’s repeat hitters with two singles each, while Mike Eaton had a single and an RBI.
Brendan Garner had an RBI double and a single to lead Bowdoin. Brett Gorman singled twice.
So. Maine (18-17-1)    110 000 002    -— 4 9 2
Bowdoin (23-13)    101 010 000    -— 3 9 1
Melia, Hamilton (4), Holmes (6), Goodrich (7), Stanton (9) and Fernandes; Hall, Potter (3), Farley (4), Ogden (5), Shea (6), Edwards (7), Chenelle (8), Higgins (8), Comizio (9) and Auger

Bates sweeps Fisher
At Lewiston, Chris Burke and Tommy Beaton each earned a share of the Bobcats’ single-season hits record with 55 as Bates swept a nonleague doubleheader from Fisher College of Boston.
The Bobcats won the first game 17-6 and took the second game 18-7.
In the opener, Noah Burke knocked in three runs with five hits, including two doubles, to lead Bates. Chris Burke hit a triple and three singles with three RBIs, Rich Velotta doubled and singled twice with three RBIs and Gordy Webb added three singles.
Jose Rodriguez hit a home run, a double and a single to lead Fisher.
In Game 2, Chris Burke plated three runs with a triple and two singles. Noah Lynd homered and doubled (3 RBIs) and Jacob Simon added a homer and a single (3 RBIs). Beaton had two singles.
Edwin Pena homered and singled with four RBIs for Fisher.
(First Game)
Fisher    200 003 1    —   6   8 2
Bates    441 611 x    — 17 21 2

Timmermeyer, Brodie (1), Foster (3), Dorso (4), Aniki (4), Michael (5) and Alejandro; Chiampa, Horvath (7) and Simon, Nunan
(Second Game)
Fisher (25-23)    110 110 3    —   7   9 6
Bates (25-10)    407 016 x    — 18 17 0

Mondello, Reed (3), Paulino (6) and Pena; Alexander, Siebenlist (2), Gatzogiannis (5), McGregor (6), Antonellis (7) and Webb

*****
SOFTBALL
Bates sweeps Fisher

At Lewiston, Kristen Finn tossed a no-hitter in the first game while Caroline Gattuso pitched well in the second as Bates College swept Fisher 11-1 and 9-1.
In the first game, Finn compiled eight strikeouts while Monica Berube hit a two-run homer to power Bates.
Courtney Talcott contributed a two-run double while Dobish added another run-scoring double.
In the second game, Gattuso scattered one run on five hits, with the lone run coming on Jackie Streeter’s home run.
For Bates, Karen Ullman singled home a run while scoring another in the first after an infield single.
(First Game)
Fisher    100 00    — 1 0 3
Bates    380 0x    — 11 11 1

Balderon, Wilson (3) and Streeter; Finn and Maciejewski
(Second Game)
Fisher (17-26)    001 00    — 1 5 2
Bates (7-25)    131 13    — 9 9 0

Wilson and Streeter; Gattuso and Maciejewski

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