May 7, Softball Scores and Highlights

Posted May 07, 2010, at 7:55 p.m.

SOFTBALL
Bangor 7, Cony 0
Brewer 14, Brunswick 0 (5 inns.)
Bucksport 5, John Bapst 1
Central Aroostook 21, Hodgdon 4 (5 inns.)
Dexter 17, Bangor Chr. 2 (5 inns.)
Fort Fairfield 33, Washburn 1 (5 inns.)
Foxcroft 11, Lee 5
George Stevens 12, Orono 0 (5 inns.)
Hampden 15, Lewiston 6 (8 inns.)
Hermon 5, Central 2
Katahdin 16, Southern Aroostook 15
Medomak 9, MCI 5
Nokomis 10, Waterville 3
Piscataquis 17, Schenck 1 (5 inns.)
Searsport 13, Sumner 2
Shead 8, Machias 3
Stearns 17, Houlton 12
Woodland 22, Jonesport-Beals 10 (6 inns.)

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Cen. Aroostook 21, Hodgdon 4

At Hodgdon, Chelsea Hartin doubled, singled and knocked in five runs in helping to lead Central Aroostook of Mars Hill past Hodgdon.
Vicki McIntyre had two singles and scored two runs for the Panthers.
Amanda Ryan paced the Hawks with a triple, single and two RBIs.
Cen. Aroostook (2-2)    244 74    — 21 14 1
Hodgdon (1-5)               101 11    —  4   3  9

Mushero and King; Wallace, Quint (4) and Ryan

Fort Fairfield 33, Washburn 1
At Fort Fairfield, Amanda Hotham had a home run, a double, five RBIs and five runs scored as Fort Fairfield routed Washburn.
Kelsey Turner added two singles, a double and five runs scored for the Tigers. Sydney Churchill had two singles and two runs.
Washburn’s Marlaina Spooner hit an RBI single to drive in Meghan Saucier in the second.
Washburn (0-5)         010 00              — 1  1  3
Fort Fairfield (3-2)    5(13)(13) 2x    — 33 13 0

R. Saucier, M. Saucier (2), R. Saucier (4) and Sperrey; Hebert and Churchill

Piscataquis 17, Schenck 1
At East Millinocket, Samara Hooper hit three singles and scored three runs in leading Piscataquis of Guilford past Schenck.
Abby Burdin allowed one run on two hits while striking out nine for Piscataquis. Julia Shaffer doubled and singled with an RBI.
Kaprice Tompkins hit an RBI double to lead Schenck.
Piscataquis (5-2)    075 32    — 17 9 0
Schenck (0-5)         010 00    — 1   2 8

Burdin and Hoak; Tompkins and Burleigh

Foxcroft 11, Lee 5
At Lee, Sam Snyder hit a two-run double and added two singles in leading Foxcroft Academy past Lee Academy.
Jasmine Fletcher had two singles and an RBI for the Ponies.
Rachel Kerr paced the Pandas with a two-run triple and an RBI single. Kelsey Grass added a run-scoring single.
Foxcroft (4-2)    340 021 1    — 11 16 4
Lee (1-5)           000 102 2    — 5 11 10

Boss and Snyder; Mallett and Gordon, Dill (3)

Searsport 13, Sumner 2
At East Sullivan, Megan Higgins and Shannon Higgins each had two singles and an RBI to lead Searsport to its first victory.
Olivia Quigley earned the pitching win for the Vikings, scattering five hits.
Clarissa West had an RBI triple and a single for Sumner.
Searsport (1-6)    312 112 3    — 13 9 1
Sumner (3-4)        100 001 0    — 2 5 5

Quigley and Smith; Lockhart and Hoglund

Shead 8, Machias 3
At Eastport, Jordyn Turner had three singles and three RBIs in leading Shead past Machias.
Randi Dewitt and Cassandra Stanhope each had three singles and two RBIs for Shead. Arika Mitchlel hit a triple and two singles and Vanessa Patterson had two singles and an RBI.
Erica Reynolds doubled, singled and scored twice for the Bulldogs. Sarah Smith hit an RBI single.
Machias (0-4)    102 000 0    — 3 4 2
Shead (2-2)       013 103 x    — 8 15 1

Lee and F. Lipton; Stanhope and Conti

Bucksport 5, John Bapst 1
At Bucksport, Rochelle Pelletier hit a two-run triple to highlight a three-run first inning that propelled Bucksport past John Bapst of Bangor.
Mindy Pye hit two doubles for the Golden Bucks. Shelby Redmond and Sarah Sutherland both singled twice.
Kennedy Gilmore had two singles with an RBI for the Crusaders. Tori Huckestein also singled twice.
John Bapst (0-6)    000 000 1    — 1 6 2
Bucksport (4-2)      300 020 x    — 5 8 1

Jordan and Gilmore; Yoe and Pye

Stearns 17, Houlton 12
At Millinocket, Kristen Albert had two doubles and two singles to lead Stearns to the high-scoring victory.
Winning pitcher Ashley Rollins added three singles, while Becca Leavitt, Taylor Pelkey and Monica Deabay had two singles each for the Minutemen.
Taylor Bailey doubled and singled for Houlton, while Vanessa Sanderson singled twice.
Houlton (1-4)    301 104 3     — 12 7 10
Stearns (4-3)    622 223 x     — 17 16 8

Sanderson and Hannigan; Rollins and Albert

Dexter 17, Bangor Christian 2
At Dexter, Eva Wing hit three singles and drove in four runs in helping lead Dexter past Bangor Christian.
Kirstie Mower had two singles and scored four runs for Dexter. Lauren Crane recorded a no-hitter.
Katherine Bragg and Becca Bach scored for the Patriots.
Bangor Christian (2-6)    100 10          — 2    0 7
Dexter (3-3)                    330 (11)x    — 17 10 5

Roemmich and Bragg; Crane and Gustin

Woodland 22, Jonesport-Beals 10
At Woodland, pitcher Whitney Bassett aided her own cause as she doubled in two runs to highlight a seven-run first inning by the Dragons.
Molly White led Woodland with a triple, single and three RBIs, and Ashley Laking added a double, single and two RBIs.
Morgan Beal rapped three singles and had an RBI for the Royalettes, and Robbi Carver contributed two singles and an RBI.
Jonesport-Beals (1-5)    300 502    — 10 11 1
Woodland (4-2)               726 151    — 22 10 1

Merchant, D. Beal (3) and J. Alley; W. Bassett and Flaherty

Hermon 5, Central 2
At Corinth, Debbie Colpitts recorded 16 strikeouts as Hermon defeated previously unbeated Central.
Ashley Thayer had two singles and an RBI to lead Hermon’s offense. Mikayla Bates hit an RBI single and Monica Gallant singled and scored.
Roberta Trafton had two singles and an RBI for Central. Alix Rudzinski hit two singles and struck out eight.
Hermon (6-0)    104 000 0    — 5 5 1
Central (7-1)    010 100 0    — 2 6 2

Colpitts and Bates; Rudzinski and Trafton

Katahdin 16, So. Aroostook 15
At Dyer Brook, Bailey McNally hit a two-out single in the seventh inning to drive in Makayla Patterson and lift Katahdin of Stacyville over Southern Aroostook.
Kali Rush had three singles and two RBIs for the Cougars. McNally totaled three singles and Myah Smallwood added a double, single and two RBIs.
Elizabeth Goodall tripled, doubled and singled with four RBIs for the Warriors. Shelby Hartin hit two singles and knocked in two runs and Olivia Raymond singled twice.
Katahdin (4-0)             713 022 1    — 16 14 7
So. Aroostook (2-2)    220 830 0    — 15 13 4

Smallwood and Williams; Ev. Goodall, Sirois (1) and El. Goodall

George Stevens 12, Orono 0
At Blue Hill, senior right-hander Lydia Clapp pitcher her first career no-hitter in leading George Stevens Academy to a shutout of Orono.
Clapp walked two and struck out three for the Eagles.
Amber Gray hit a triple, two singles and knocked in two runs for George Stevens. Mindy Carter doubled and singled with two RBIs and Stevie Theoharidis hit a solo home run in the fourth.
Orono (3-4)                    000 00    — 0 0 1
George Stevens (4-2)    902 1x    — 12 14 3

Foster, Woodward (4) and Fox; Clapp and Theoharidis

Hampden 15, Lewiston 6
At Lewiston, Kathryn Gilio, Brittany Luetjen and Olivia Plaisted hit back-to-back-to-back singles, driving in five runs, to highlight the nine-run eighth inning that propelled Hampden Academy past Lewiston.
Luetjen and Plaisted each totaled three singles and two RBIs for the Broncos. Alexis Salley hit three singles and scored two runs. Sarah Lamberton had two singles and two RBIs and Gilio had two singles with an RBI.
Carley Denis hit two triples and a single for Lewiston. Kenzie Sullivan singled and drove in two runs. Kati Dumais singled with an RBI.
Hampden (3-5)    041 001 09    — 15 16 4
Lewiston (0-6)    202 000 20    — 6 6 5

Melanson and Lamberton; Dumais and Sullivan

Nokomis 10, Waterville 3
At Newport, Allie Mason doubled and singled to drive in three runs while scoring two more as Nokomis defeated Waterville.
Maria Adams added a triple and a single for Nokomis.
For Waterville, Kayla Gardner had two singles.
Waterville (0-6)    100 100 1    — 3 3 4
Nokomis (4-2)    303 022 x    — 10 10 3

Jacques and Gardner; Placey, Adams (6) and Richardson

Brewer 14, Brunswick 0
At Brewer, Amanda Ryan and Morgan Haradon combined to pitch a three-hit shutout as Brewer defeated Brunswick.
Emily Cox hit two RBI sin-gles for the Witches. Ryan tri-pled and singled with an RBI and Jordan Nickerson doubled and singled with an RBI. Morgan Small hit a two-run double in the first.
Tori Oliver, Kalyn LeBlanc and Brittany Sullivan singled for Brunswick.
Brunswick (1-6)    000 00    — 0    3  4
Brewer (4-3)         508 1x    — 14 12 1

Rivers and Nixon; Ryan, Haradon (4) and Nickerson, Curry (4)

Medomak Valley 9, MCI 5
At Waldoboro, Kayla Santhe-son doubled and tripled to drive in two runs as Medomak Valley defeated Maine Central Insti-tute of Pittsfield.
Lindsey Ranquist had a sin-gle, double and two RBIs for the Panthers. Alana Vose doubled with two RBIs and Vanessa Davis hit a triple and a single.
Katelyn Sousa singled, dou-bled and tripled with two RBIs for MCI. Victoria Drake hit two singles and Mandy Kennedy tripled.

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