May 11, Baseball Scores and Highlights

Posted May 11, 2010, at 8:23 p.m.

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Ashland 12, Van Buren 10
Bucksport 5, Old Town 2
Central Aroostook 9, Southern Aroostook 1
Ellsworth 12, John Bapst 8
Katahdin 17, Schenck 3
Madawaska 12, LCS/MSSM 6
MDI 13, Hermon 1
Presque Isle 8, Mattanawcook 0
Washington Acad. 5, George Stevens 3

Ashland 12, Van Buren 10
  At Ashland, Lucas Hafford hit a grand slam with one out in the bottom of the seventh inning to cap a six-run rally that lifted the Hornets to victory over the Crusaders.
  Hafford also hit a two-run homer in the sixth inning as Ashland began its comeback from a 10-2 deficit. He also added two singles.
  Casey Cobb doubled and singled for the winners, while Andrew Libbey rapped a solo homer in the seventh and winning pitcher Royce MacDonald went the distance and added an RBI single in the seventh.
  Derrick Rossignol paced Van Buren with four singles, three RBIs and four runs scored. Brandon Bouchard hit three singles with four RBIs and A.J. Edgecomb provided a double and two singles.
Van Buren (2-4)    104 401 0    — 10 15 3
Ashland (2-3)    000 204 6    — 12 10 4

Rossignol, Edgecomb (4),Theriault (5), Bouchard (7), Rossignol (7) and Vaillancourt; MacDonald and Ward

Presque Isle 8, Mattanawcook 0
  At Presque Isle, Brennen Shaw fired a three-hit shutout and helped his cause with a double and a single to spark the Wildcats to victory.
  Shaw, who struck out 10 and walked two, was backed by two singles and two RBIs from Isaac LaJoie and two singles  and an RBI from Ethan Braley. Zac Campbell singled twice, Wilder York singled with two RBIs and Dillon Kingsbury added an RBI double.
  Stefano Bottarelli, Tyler Tash and Mike Thibodeau singled for Mattanawcook Academy of Lincoln.
Mattanawcook (5-4)    000 000 0    — 0   3 0
Presque Isle (4-2)    110 321 x    — 8 11 1

White, Bottarelli (5), Tash (6) and Thibodeau; Shaw and Ford

Katahdin 17, Schenck 3
  At Stacyville, Cody Cunningham recorded three singles and drove in three runs and Chris Cloukey also had three RBIs with a single and triple to lead the Cougars by the Wolverines of East Millinocket.
  Brandon Robinson and Brady McNally each added two singles for the Cougars.
  Ryan Thompson doubled twice for Schenck.
Schenck (0-7)    000 12    — 3 3 4
Katahdin (4-1)    (10)60 1x    — 17 18 3

Albert, Thomas (2), J. MacLeod (3), Thompson (4) and Thomas, R. MacLeod (4); McGraw, Anderson (3), Livezey (5), Birmingham (5) and Savage, Birmingham (3), Robinson (5)

Madawaska 12, LCS/MSSM 6
  At Madawaska, Jon Lee hit a double and two singles with two RBIs to help the Owls beat the Eagles.
  Brad Pelletier and Sam Beaulieu each doubled and singled with an RBI, Kyle Tardif provided an RBI double and Curtis Thibeault knocked in three runs.
  Dylan Morgan hit a three-run homer and a single and Nick Whitehead singled three times with an RBI for Limestone Community School/Maine School of Science and Mathematics.
LCS/MSSM (0-6)    003 210 0    —   6   6 4
Madawaska (6-3)    252 021 x    — 12 17 5

St. Pierre, Tucker (5) and Morgan; Wetmore, B. Pelletier (4), Lee (7) and Thibeault

Hodgdon 10, Fort Fairfield 2
  At Hodgdon, Jake Tidd’s two-run single highlighted a three-run fifth-inning rally that broke open a close game.
  Chris Wallace had a solo homer and a single for the Hawks and picked up the win with four innings of three-hit shutout relief.
  Erik Ryan and Josh Hudson had two singles each for Hodgdon and Levi Scott had a two-run single.
  Austin Bixler had two doubles and a single and scored both runs for Fort Fairfield and Josh Churchill drove in both runs with a sacrifice fly and a groundout. 
Fort Fairfield (2-4)    101 000 0    2 6 3
Hodgdon (3-4)    011 134 x    – 10 11 2

Bernier and A. Bixler; Lunn, Wallace (4) and Wallace, Hudson (4)

Washington Acad. 5, GSA 3
  At East Machias, Toby Woods hit a two-run home run with one out in the bottom of the seventh inning to lift Washington Academy past George Stevens Academy.
  Ryan Schoppee hit two singles for the Raiders while Ryan Sprague added an RBI double.
  Tom Crowe hit a two-run home run for George Stevens.
George Stevens (2-5)    012 000 0    — 3 2 4
Washington Acad. (5-2)    010 100 3    — 5 7 0

Oliver and Crowe; Sawyer and Lenfesty

Ellsworth 12, John Bapst 8
  At Ellsworth, the Eagles scored 10 runs in the sixth inning, all with two outs, to rally past John Bapst of Bangor.
  Ellsworth trailed 8-2 entering the sixth and used Brad Folmer’s two-run single to pull within 8-7 and Cote Card’s two-run double to take the lead before Ross Saunders’ single, Andrew Hodge’s double and Kyle Haslam’s double each produce an insurance run.
  Folmer had four singles, scored three runs and drove in two for the Eagles. Card doubled and singled as did Saunders, who had both of his hits in the sixth.
  Jason McBurnie had a two-run homer and a two-run single for John Bapst and Adam Leadbetter had a two-run single.
John Bapst (4-3)    002 15   0   0    – —   8   8 2
Ellsworth (5-2)    101 00(10)  x    – — 12 11 4

Hammond, McBurnie (6) and Wetherbee; Hodge, Sawyer (5), Carlin (6) and Carter

Bucksport 5, Old Town 2
  At Old Town, the Golden Bucks rallied for three runs in the eighth, with RBI singles by Tim Nason, Billy DeRedin and James Potter, to take the victory.
  Nason drove in Tyler French with the inning’s first run after French singled and stole second. French also doubled and Cody Farrell added two singles while Tyler McAllian had an RBI single.
  Old Town tied it at 2-2 in the bottom of the sixth when Zak Kochis’ sacrifice fly scored Cody Cross after Cross singled, stole second and advanced to third on a throwing error. Casey Estes also chipped in with an RBI single in the third.
Bucksport (6-1)    100 001 03    — 5 13 1
Old Town (3-5)    001 001 00    — 2   5 2

Nason and Potter; Estes and Cross

MDI 13, Hermon 1
  At Bar Harbor, Peter Logue and Devin Young drove in three runs each with two singles as Mount Desert Island beat Hermon in a game called after 4½ innings due to the 10-run rule.
  Nick Shaw and Caleb MacDonald contributed two singles and two RBIs apiece.
  Braddock Deabay and Will Perkins singled for Hermon’s only two hits.   
Hermon (2-5)    010 00    -—   1   2 3
MDI (5-2)          273 1x    – — 13 11 1

Perkins, Trembley (2), Veilleux (3) and McCluskey; McKim, Bailey (5) and Young, Crawford (5)

 

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