May 10, Baseball Scores and Highlights

Posted May 10, 2010, at 7:30 p.m.

HIGH SCHOOL BASEBALL

Camden Hills 5, Oak Hill 4
Dexter 8, Piscataquis 4
Fort Kent 13, Van Buren 0 (6 inn.)
George Stevens 7, DI-Stonington 6
Georges Valley 11, Winthrop 0 (5 inn.)
GHCA 14-11, East Grand 3-0
Jonesport-Beals 14, Machias 10
Houlton 4, PVHS 3 (8 inn.)
Leavitt 3, MCI 2
Madawaska 16, Washburn 1
Medomak Valley 5, Maranacook 3
Shead 1, Calais 0
Stearns 4, Orono 3
Sumner 8, Central 5
Washington Acad. 8, Lee 5
Wisdom 22, Ashland 4 (5 inn.)
Woodland 4, Narraguagus 3 (8 inn.)

Shead 1, Calais 0
At Eastport, Calais’ Joe Mitchell hit a two-out single in the seventh and Shead’s Tommy Collins, Ryan Bowen and John Garnett relayed to throw out Dylan Ramsdell trying to score the tying run to end the game.
Tim Barnes of Shead scored from third after a two-out dropped third strike with the bases loaded in the third.
Ryan Bowen singled in the second for the Tigers and John Garnett doubled in the fifth. Sophomore Tim Demolet struck out eight and walked two.
Ramsdell hit a one-out double in the fifth for Calais. Senior Josh Gillespie allowed no walks and tallied 10 strikeouts.
Calais (5-1)    000 000 0    — 0 2 3
Shead (6-0)    001 000 x    — 1 2 1

Gillespie and Carr; Demolet and Garnett

Madawaska 16, Washburn 1
At Madawaska, junior righthander Deejay Gendreau allowed four hits in five innings while striking out 11 to lead the Owls to victory.
Devan Pelletier paced the Owls with a double and single for three RBIs while Brad Pelletier added a double, triple and two RBIs. Andrew Deschaine chipped in with a double, single and two RBIs.
Chris Farley, Justin Howe, Travis Pendexter and Nick Bragg each singled for Washburn.
Washburn (0-6)    000 01    — 1 4 1
Madawaska (5-3)    208 6x    — 16 16 1

Farley, Viola (4) and Howe; Gendreau and Thibeault

Stearns 4, Orono 3
At Millinocket, Charlie Tapley ripped a two-run, third-inning double to put Stearns up for good en route to the victory.
Garen Manzo scattered five hits and three runs while striking out 10 to earn the win. He also had two singles while Alan Langley had three singles and a run for the Minutemen.
Anthony Cyr had two doubles and two RBIs for the Red Riots.
Orono (4-4)      003 000 0    — 3 5 0
Stearns (8-0)    112 000 x    — 4 5 2

Benoit, Kilpatrick (5) and Rios; Manzo and Cyr

Wisdom 22, Ashland 4
At St. Agatha, Brandon Lavoie had two doubles, two singles and drove in four runs as Wisdom topped Ashland.
Curtis Picard added two singles and two RBIs for the Pioneers. Dustin Guerrette singled and drove in wo runs.
Caleb Cobb and Lucas Hafford both singled twice for the Hornets.
Ashland (1-3)    100 21          — 4 6 1
Wisdom (5-1)    (11)70 4x    — 22 11 3

Hafford, MacDonald (3) and Ward; Picard, Paradis (4) and Albert, Blanchette (3)

Fort Kent 13, Van Buren 0
At Van Buren, Jesse Guimond hit two doubles and drove in two runs as Fort Kent shut out Van Buren.
Joe O’Leary doubled and singled for Fort Kent. Tom Levesque hit a two-run single.
Caleb Roy hit a bunt single in the third inning for Van Buren.
Fort Kent (1-2)    010 615    — 13 7 2
Van Buren (2-3)    000 000    — 0 1 4

Paradis, Michaud (3), Soucy (5) and Soucy, D. Bouley (5); Rossignol, Edgecomb (2), Roy (3), B. Bouchard (5), Taylor (6), Lapierre (6) and Vaillancourt

George Stevens 7, DI-Ston. 6
At Blue Hill, Josh Gale ripped a one-out double to the right-center field gap, scoring Jesse Dow from second to hand George Stevens Academy the win over Deer Isle-Stonington.
Dow had two singles and knocked in a run for the Eagles. Gale added an RBI single in the first and Nick Kane had a run-scoring double.
Oliver Lawson hit a two-run single in the third for the Mariners. Joe Carter doubled and singled with an RBI and Joe Condon hit two singles and drove in a run.
DI-Stonington (2-4)       004 100 1    — 6 9 0
George Stevens (2-4)    310 002 1    — 7 10 5

Rollins and Morey; Dow and Crowe

Jonesport-Beals 14, Machias 10
At Jonesport, Andrew Beal and Cadon Merchant both hit two singles and drove in two runs to help lift Jonesport-Beals over Machias.
Sid Look had three singles and an RBI for the Royals. Harold Lyons hit a two-run single and Marcus Smith added two singles and an RBI.
Ty Richards led Machias with a double, two singles and an RBI. Sam Whitney and Christian Hooper both had two singles and two RBIs. Matt Jenkins doubled and singled with two RBIs. Jacob Scoville had a double, single and an RBI and Philip Morse chipped in two singles and an RBI.
Machias (3-3)                  053 002 0       — 10 14 4
Jonesport-Beals (3-4)    (11)03 000 x    — 14 12 2

Morse, Scoville (1) and Hooper; Beal and Alley

Woodland 4, Narraguagus 3
At Harrington, Jake Randall scored the winning run on a dropped fly ball with two outs in the eighth inning to lead Woodland past Narraguagus.
Senior Jordan Perry hit a two-run double in the fifth for the Dragons. Ryan Lincoln added a run-scoring double in the fifth. Andy Brown hit two singles.
Matt Moore hit a two-run single in the third to lead Narraguagus. Cam Jordan hit two singles and knocked in a run and freshman Jordan Perry doubled.
Woodland (2-5)    000 030 01    — 4 7 1
Narraguagus (3-5)    102 000 00    — 3 5 2

Perry and Cox; Moore, Dublin (6) and Jordan

Washington Academy 8, Lee 5
At Lee, Bryce Colbeth hit a two-run home run in the fourth inning and scored two runs to help lead Washington Academy of East Machias past Lee Academy.
Toby Woods doubled, singled and scored a run for the Raiders. Brett Lyons and Tyler Varney each singled twice.
Ryan Beers hit a solo homer in the sixth for the Pandas. A.J. Harris had a RBI double, a single and three runs scored.
Washington Acad. (4-2)    013 202 0    — 8 7 3
Lee Academy (2-5)    101 001 2    — 5 5 7

Woods, Sawyer (4), Colbeth (5), Glidden (6) and Lenfestey; Sawtelle, Chase (6), James (7) and Harris, Cropley (6)

Sumner 8, Central 5
At East Sullivan, Matt Dyer pitched a five-hitter and singled twice to help lead Sumner past Central of Corinth.
Mike Crowley powered the Tigers with two doubles, a single, and six RBIs. Joe Simmons and Brendon Tenney each singled three times.
David Lord singled twice and drove in a run for Central. Zack Kulin hit a two-run doublea nd Aaron Bell hit a double.
Central (3-5)    110 000 3    — 5  5 4
Sumner (3-5)    321 101 0    — 8 15 3

White and Kirlin; Dyer and Crowley

Stearns 4, Orono 3
At Millinocket, Charlie Tapley ripped a two-run, third-inning double to put Stearns up for good en route to the victory.
Garen Manzo scattered five hits and three runs while striking out 10 to earn the win. He also had two singles while Alan Langley had three singles and a run for the Minutemen.
Anthony Cyr had two doubles and two RBIs for the Red Riots.
Orono (4-4)    003 000 0    — 3 5 0
Stearns (8-0)    112 000 x    — 4 5 2

Benoit, Kilpatrick (5) and Rios; Manzo and Cyr

Leavitt 3, MCI 2
At Turner, Eric Dow scored the winning run from second on an RBI single by Mark Poulin in the bottom of the seventh inning to give Leavitt the win over Maine Central Institute of Pittsfield.
Poulin also hit a two-run double in the third inning for Leavitt. Lee Bilodeau doubled in the sixth.
Cody Thies singled and scored both runs for the Huskies. Casey Egerton hit a single.
MCI (1-6)    001 010 0    — 2 2 2
Leavitt (3-4)    002 000 1    — 3 3 1

Izumi, Crocker (4), Egerton (6) and Ogden; McBearty, Ouellette (6) and Theiss

Houlton 4, PVHS 3 (8 inns.)
At Houlton, Houlton scored a pair of runs in the bottom of the eighth inning to rally past Penobscot Valley High School of Howland.
A one-out wild pitch on a strikeout, Corey Woodworth’s base hit and Hunter Hanning’s RBI fielder’s choice tied it before a throwing error on Ian Gervais’ grounder back to the mound supplied the winning run.
Josh Harvey had a solo homer and a single for the winners and Mike Ring had an RBI double. Gervais went the distance for the win, allowing four hits with nine strikeouts and four walks.
Dylan Worster doubled and singled for Penobscot Valley and had an RBI and Jake Jones singled home a run in the top of the eighth. Worster also hurled a complete game, allowing seven hits and a walk and striking out nine.
PVHS (7-2)        000 110 01    – 3 4 2
Houlton (3-4)    001 000 12    – 4 7 2

Worster a

nd Jipson; Gervais and Harvey

Medomak 5, Maranacook 3
At Waldoboro, a two-run single by Dillon Reed highlighted a four-run sixth inning that carried the Panthers to victory.
Steven Genthner chipped in with an RBI single in the sixth and doubled earlier in the game. Dustin Osier added a triple.
Righthander Isaac Durkee earned the victory with three innings of one-hit scoreless relief. He struck out three and didn’t walk a batter.
David Clough hit a two-run home run for the Black Bears of Readfield and Dakota Duplissia added a triple and two singles. 
Maranacook (3-4)          010 200 0    — 3 4 3
Mountain Valley (3-4)    100 004 x    — 5 6 1

Ballard and Ogren; Benedict, Durkee (5) and Genthner

Georges Valley 11, Winthrop 0
At Winthrop, Alec Young pitched a three-hit shutout with two walks and five strikeouts in leading Georges Valley of Thomaston past Winthrop.
Dylan Maloney hit two doubles and scored three runs for Georges Valley. Bryant Matthews added two singles and three RBIs.
Travis Luce led Winthrop with two singles.
Georges Valley (3-3)    302 15    — 11 10 0
Winthrop (2-2)              000 00    — 0   3   2

Young and Townsend; Reeve, Luce (4) and Luce, Reeve (4)

GHCA sweeps East Grand
At Danforth, Rich Campbell hit three singles, scored three runs and drove in two runs as Greater Houlton Christian Academy defeated East Grand 14-3 in the first game.
The Eagles also won the night cap 11-0.
In the first game, Chad Duff had three singles and two RBIs for Greater Houlton Christian. He also tallied nine strikeouts.
Abe Brittain had a double, single, run scored and an RBI for East Grand.
In the second game, Zach Straubel led the Eagles with two singles and two RBIs. Ethan Brady hit two singles and scored two runs.
Straubel also tossed a six-hit shutout with eight strikeouts.
Aaron Henn doubled and tripled for East Grand. Abe Brittain hit a double and a single.
(First Game)
GHCA    350 51    — 14 12 3
East Grand    000 03    — 3 4 7

Duff and Straubel; Gray and Henn
(Second Game)
East Grand (1-4)    000 00    — 0 6 7
GHCA (4-6)    202 70    — 11 12 2

Brittain and Cousins; Straubel and Duff

Camden Hills 5, Oak Hill 4
At Rockport, Billy-Ray Denman pitched two scoreless innings in relief to give Camden Hills the victory.
Kevin Pierce paced the winners with three singles and Zach Dufour added a single and double.
Adam Soucy singled and doubled for Oak Hill of Sabbatus and Cody Plouce singled twice.
Oak Hill             202 000 0    — 4 6 1
Camden Hills    000 311 x    — 5 10 2

Martin and Price; Landwehr, Denman (6) and Olehnik

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