May 7, Baseball Scores and Highlights

Bangor Daily News
Posted May 07, 2010, at 8 p.m.

BASEBALL
Bangor 4, Cony 2
Bangor Christian 10, Dexter 3
Bucksport 2, John Bapst 0
Central Aroostook 16, Hodgdon 3 (6 inns.)
Fort Fairfield 20, Washburn 10
Foxcroft 4, Lee 3 (9 inn.)
Hall-Dale 2, Georges Valley 1
Lewiston 13, Hampden 9
Madawaska 30, Van Buren 5
Medomak Valley 12, MCI 5
Orono 13, George Stevens 6
Penobscot Valley 4, Penquis 3 (9 inn.)
Piscataquis 6, Schenck 4
Shead 3, Machias 0
Stearns 9, Houlton 1
Sumner 12, Searsport 4

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Shead 3, Machias 0

At Eastport, senior Tim Barnes pitched a three-hit shutout in leading Shead past Machias.
Barnes struck out 11 and walked none for Shead. Tyler Mitchell hit an RBI double in the fourth and Ryan Bowen drove him home with a single.
Phil Morse, Jacob Scoville and Jay Beal singled for Machias.
Machias (3-2)    000 000 0    — 0 3 3
Shead (5-0)        000 210 x    — 3 4 2

Richards, Morse (5) and Hooper; Barnes and Garnett

Bucksport 2, John Bapst 0
At Bucksport, Tim Nason hit a double and drove in Cody Farrell for the only run the Golden Bucks needed in a win over John Bapst of Bangor.
Nason added two singles and Ryan Bailey and Tyler McAllian each singled.
Bill Wetherbee, Ryan Carr Nick Christie and Jason McBurnie had singles for the Crusaders.
John Bapst (4-2)    000 000 0    —0 4 2
Bucksport (5-1)    011 000 0    —2 5 0

Hammond and Weatherbee; Eldridge and Potter

Cen. Aroostook 16, Hodgdon 3
At Hodgdon, Logan McLaughlin singled and knocked in three runs as Central Aroostook of Mars Hill topped Hodgdon.
Kasey Brewer doubled and singled with two RBIs for the Panthers. Mike McClung singled twice.
Hodgdon’s Ryan Wellington had two RBIs on a double and a single.
Cen. Aroostook (6-0)    000 556    — 16 8 0
Hodgdon (2-4)                 101 010    — 3 5 3

McLaughlin, K. Brewer (6) and Folsom; Lunn, Wellington (4), Gouge (6) and Hudson

Stearns 9, Houlton 1
At Millinocket, the Minutemen scored all nine of their runs in the sixth inning to knock off the Shiretowners.
Max Bouchard singled and doubled to knock in four runs while Alan Langley had a single, double and two RBIs for Stearns. Aaron Cyr allowed just one hit while striking out 11, and he also had two singles.
Ian Gervais had an RBI single for Houlton.
Houlton (1-4)    000 010 0    — 1 1 1
Stearns (7-0)    000 009 x    — 9 9 1

Anderson, Hanning (5) and Harvey; Cyr and Hibbs, Studer (4)

Fort Fairfield 20, Washburn 10
At Fort Fairfield, the Tigers rallied from a 7-0 first-inning deficit to cruise to the victory.
Josh Churchill pitched a complete game for Fort Fairfield and also contributed two doubles, a single and two RBIs.
Landon Keizer added two doubles and two RBIs for the Tigers, while Landon Towle had three singles and three RBIs and Nate Guimond doubled and singled with two RBIs.
Justin Howe paced Washburn with three singles, while Kyle McLaughlin singled twice.
Washburn (0-5)       720 010 0     — 10 9 6
Fort Fairfield (2-3)    511 553 x     — 20 12 6

McLaughlin, Bragg (5), Farley (6) and Howe; Churchill and Bixler

Piscataquis 6, Schenck 4
At East Millinocket, Jake Bailey hit a two-run double to highlight a six-run seventh inning as Piscataquis of Guilford defeated Schenck.
Josh Stockley had an RBI double and Yaal Kand added a run-scoring single for the Pirates.
Shawn Borrello had two singles and an RBI for Schenck. Ryan MacLeod singled twice. Ryan Thompson struck out 11.
Piscataquis (1-5)    000 000 6    — 6 11 2
Schenck (0-5)         100 010 2    — 4 6 3

Stockley and Bailey; Thompson and Albert

Medomak Valley 12, MCI 5
At Waldoboro, Alex Greenrose led the Medomak Valley Panthers with a double and a single as they knocked off Maine Central Institute of Pittsfield.
Isaac Durkee and Dillon Reed each singled twice for the Panthers.
Casey Egerton singled three times for the Huskies. Adam Ogden had a double and a single for the Panthers. Yoya Izumi and Cody Thies each singled twice.
MCI (1-5)                        100 220 0    —  5 104
Medomak Valley (2-4)    104 151 x    — 12 10 3

Egerton, Izumi (4), Crocker (6) and Ogden; Williamson, Osier (5) and Genthner

Orono 13, George Stevens 6
At Blue Hill, Andy Rios hit three singles and drove in three runs to pace the Orono Red Riots past George Stevens Academy.
Joe Benoit had three singles and one RBI. Charlie Boyle hit a two-run single for the Riots.
Cameron Lawson hit two triples and had three RBIs for the Eagles. Nick Kane doubled and singled.
Orono (4-3)                   233 202 1    — 13 10 3
George Stevens (1-4)    240 000 0    —  6  6 9

Stoddard and Rios; Kane, Olivari (4), Van der Eb (7) and Crowe

Lewiston 13, Hampden 9
At Lewiston, Mekae Hyde doubled, tripled, homered and scored three runs in lead Lewiston past Hampden Academy.
Ben Wigant had two doubles, two singles and three RBIs for Lewiston. Nate Berube added a triple, single and two RBIs.
Nolan Turner led the Broncos with two sigles, a double and three runs scored. Copper Antone had two singles and two runs and Alex Cust hit a fourth-inning two-run double.
Hampden (3-5)    103 400 1    — 9 12 3
Lewiston (6-2)    410 035 x    — 13 13 1

Miller and Antone; Keene, Hyde (5) and Ouellette

Sumner 12, Searsport 4
At East Sullivan, Matt Dyer singled and homered to drive in four runs as Sumner topped Searsport.
Dillan Harmon had a triple, single and three RBIs for the Tigers. Brenden Tenney hit three singles and Mike Crowley had a two-run double in the six-run first inning.
Evan Kingsbury paced Searsport with a double, two singles and two RBIs. Jake Allenwood hit a double and a single.
Searsport (3-3-1)    000 220 0    — 4 6 4
Sumner (2-5)           611 220 x    — 12 10 4

Connor, Ellis (5) and Carroll; Tenney, Dyer (5) and Crowley

Madawaska 30, Van Buren 5
At Van Buren, Madawaska scored 12 runs in the top of the first and never trailed.
Curt Thibeault led the Owls with a home run, double and three RBIs. Devan Pelletier and Cam Beaulieu each had three singles and two RBIs, Kirk Michaud doubled and singled with three RBIs and winning pitcher Dylan Wetmore singled and drove home three runs.
Derrick Rossignol paced Van Buren with a home run, triple, single and two RBIs.
Madawaska (4-2)    (12)75 60    — 30 22 3
Van Buren (2-2)    &n

bsp;   102 11        — 5   6  7
Wetmore, A. Deschaine (5) and Thibeault, D. Deschaine (3); Edgecomb, Rossignol (1), Taylor (2), Lapierre (4), Roy (5) and LaJoie, Vaillancourt (4)

Foxcroft 4, Lee 3 (9 inn.)
At Lee, Kyo Mikame’s single off the left-field fence with two outs in the top of the ninth drove home Josiah Richard to give Foxcroft Academy its sixth straight win.
Lee had a chance to win the game in the seventh inning, but had the go-ahead run cut down at the plate on a 7-5-2 relay play.
Pitchers Mitchell Fadley of Foxcroft and Ryan Beers of Lee each worked eight full innings, with Fadley striking out seven batters and walking six — two intentionally — while Beers struck out eight and walked two.
Mikame finished with three singles and an RBI, while Ryan Olmsted singled twice with an RBI for Foxcroft.
Dustin Sawtelle and Brett Doane each had an RBI single for Lee, while A.J. Harris singled and drew three walks.
Foxcroft Acad. (6-1)    000 102 001    — 4 9 1
Lee Acad. (2-4)           110 001 000    — 3 6 0

Fadley, Rebar (9) and Coiley; Beers, Sawtelle (9) and Harris

Bangor Chr. 10, Dexter 3
At Dexter, Tyler Alexander hit two singles, drove in two runs and scored three times to help lead Bangor Christian past Dexter.
Brandon Wilcox scored three runs for the Patriots and Andrew Harvey doubled.
Dylan Graffam hit an RBI single for Dexter. Zac Poirier doubled in the third.
Bangor Chr. (4-4)    320 020 3    — 10 5 2
Dexter (1-6)            003 000 0    —  3  6 4

Bragg and Alexander; Jordan, Wilks (6) and Poirier

Hall-Dale 2, Georges Valley 1
At Hallowell, Nick Sinclair scored on a wild pitch in the fifth inning to lift Hall-Dale over Georges Valley of Thomaston.
Dan Alexander hit a two-out RBI single in the third for Hall-Dale. T.J. Holbrook doubled.
Georges Valley’s Dylan Maloney tripled in the first and Bryant Matthews brought him home with an RBI single. Ben Wallace had two singles and Maloney added a single.
Georges Valley (2-3)    100 000 0    — 1 8 0
Hall-Dale (3-1)              001 010 x    — 2 5 2

Wallace, Maloney (6) and Townsend; Crocker and Alexander

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