May 11, Softball Scores and Highlights

Posted May 11, 2010, at 8:26 p.m.

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Cen. Aroostook 25, Washburn 13
GSA 6, Washington Acad. 0
Hampden 4, Brunswick 3
Hermon 8, MDI 5
Hodgdon 29, Fort Fairfield 17
John Bapst 5, Ellsworth 3
Katahdin 12, Schenck 5
LCS/MSSM 16, Madawaska 4 (5 inn.)
Mattanawcook 1, Presque Isle 0
Old Town 6, Bucksport 2
Wisdom 18-19, GHCA 5-28

So. Aroostook 15, GHCA 3

At Dyer Brook on Monday, Evangeline Goodall pitched a three-hitter, struck out eight hit-ters, and walked two to lead the Southern Aroostook Warriors past Greater Houlton Christian Academy.

Shelby Hartin had three singles and three RBIs for the Warriors. Olivia Raymond had a triple and three RBIs. Elizabeth Goodall had a double and an RBI.
Kiki Smart tripled and singled for the Eagles.
Gr. Houlton Christian (3-3)    201 00     —  3 3 9
So. Aroostook (3-2)    481 2x     — 15 7 3

Smart and Lee; Ev. Goodall and El. Goodall, Raymond (4)

Mattanawcook 1, Presque Isle 0

At Presque Isle, righthander Tayla Trask fired a no-hitter, striking out 17 and walking four, and Rianne Gardner doubled home the game’s only run in the sixth inning.

Krista Coffin tossed a six-hitter for Presque Isle with nine strikeouts and two walks.

Brooke Kimball had two singles for Mattanawcook Academy of Lincoln and scored the only run.

Jess Fortin added a double.
Mattanawcook (8-1)    000 001 0    – 1 6 0
Presque Isle (2-4)    000 000 0    – 0 0 0

Trask and Gulesian; Coffin and Richards

Wisdom 18-19, GHCA 5-28

At Houlton, Caitlyn Miles had a double and three singles and Kiki Smart had four singles to key a 23-hit attack that erased a 10-0 deficit in the nightcap.

Olivia Lee, McKenzie McGuire and Desi Vargas had three singles each for Greater Houlton Christian Academy.

Shaina Whitcome had three singles for Wisdom of St. Agatha, Deliya Michaud doubled and singled and Sarah Paradis singled twice.

In the opener, Michaud threw a five-inning five-hitter and had a pair of singles to aid her own cause.

Ashley Raymond also had two singles for the Pioneers.

Smart had two triples and a single for Greater Houlton Christian Academy while Lee and McGuire each doubled.
(first game)
Wisdom    447 21    – 18 8 0
GHCA    100 04    – 5 5 6

Michaud and Cyr; Smart and Lee
(second game)
Wisdom (2-3)    (10)20 210 4    – 19 12 1
GHCA (4-4)    400 5(13)6 x    – 28 23 2

Michaud, Paradis (5), Michaud (5) and Cyr; McGuire and Lee

Katahdin 12, Schenck 5

At Stacyville, Kali Rush hit three singles as Katahdin cruised past Schenck of East Milli-nocket.

Olivia McNally and Megan Mary drove in two runs apiece for the Cougars. Myah Smallwood pitched a complete game to earn the win.

Gabrielle DeLoge hit a double for Schenck.
Schenck (0-6)    010 201 1    — 5 3 0
Katahdin (5-0)    214 212 x    — 12 9 0

Tompkins and Nicholson; Smallwood and Williams

John Bapst 5, Ellsworth 3

At Ellsworth, Laura Jordan scattered six hits and three runs while striking out four and walking one to lead John Bapst of Bangor to its first win.

Kennedy Gilmore doubled, singled and scored two runs for John Bapst, which totaled five unearned runs.

Ashley Smith tripled twice and drove in a run for Ellsworth and Lilly Cooper added a double, two singles and an RBI. Tashia Daley allowed only five hits, struck out nine and didn’t walk a batter.
John Bapst (1-6)    310 000 1    — 5 5 0
Ellsworth (3-4)    300 000 0    — 3 6 3

Jordan and Gilmore; Daley and Wright

Cen. Aroostook 25, Washburn 13

At Mars Hill, Machaela King posted a triple, a double and two singles with seven RBIs to power Central Aroostook by Washburn in five innings.

Vicki McIntyre hit a three-run home run and an RBI triple for the Panthers. Kristin Long hit three singles and drove in two runs.

Rayah Saucier tallied two singles and two RBIs to pace Washburn.
Washburn (0-7)    351 13    — 13 6 5
Cen. Aroostook (3-2)    573 64    — 25 13 6

Sperrey and M. Saucier; Mosher, Long (2) and King

GSA 6, Washington Academy 0

At East Millinocket, Lydia Clapp allowed only one hit and three walks and struck out 11 to lead George Stevens Academy by the Raiders of East Machias.

Richelle Kane singled twice and scored two runs for GSA of Blue Hill and Stevie Theoharidis added an RBI single.

Bre Nicely hit a leadoff single in the first inning for the Raiders.
George Stevens (6-2)    000 402 0    — 6 4 1
Washington Acad. (4-3)    000 000 0    — 0 1 4

Clapp and Theoharidis; Davis and Corey

Hampden 4, Brunswick 3

At Brunswick, Kayla Clewley hit a two-run single to highlight a three-run seventh inning as Hampden rallied past Brunswick.

Kathryn Gilio collected three singles and an RBI for the Broncos. Sarah Lamberton chipped in with an RBI single.

Brittany Sullivan hit three singles to pace Brunswick while Rachel Moroney added a double.
Hampden (4-5)    000 100 3    — 4 8 2
Brunswick (1-8)    001 110 0    — 3 7 1

Melanson and Lamberton; Blier and Nixon

LCS/MSSM 16, Madawaska 4

At Madawaska, Audra Kirk and Chelsea Leighton each had a double, two singles and three RBIs as Limestone Community School/Maine School of Science and Math defeated Madawaska.

Daniele Pelkey notched three singles and three RBIs and Victoria St. Pierre provided two singles and two RBIs.

Nicole Cyr had two singles and Aurora Jenkins singled in two runs for the Owls.
LCS/MSSM (5-0)    273 22    — 16 16 4
Madawaska (1-6)    004 00    —   4   5 5

Cote and St. Pierre; K. Dugan and Cyr

Hodgdon 29, Fort Fairfield 17

At Hodgdon, Taylor McGary hit three singles and a triple with two RBIs to lead Hodgdon by Fort Fairfield in five innings.

Whitney Wallace registered three singles and three RBIs for the Hawks while Nikki Tuck added two doubles and three RBIs.

Courtney Churchill posted two singles and three RBIs to pace Fort Fairfield. Sarah Hebert chipped in with two singles.
Fort Fairfield (3-6)    (11)20 40    — 17 12 6
Hodgdon (2-5)             9  68 51    — 29 14 3

Turner, Churchill (1) and Churchill, Turner (1); Quint and Levesque, Ryan (4)

Old Town 6, Bucksport 2

At Old Town, senior righthander Hannah Morin scattered six hits, striking out five and not walking anybody, and Amy Cossar belted her first homer of the season, a two-run blast in the first inning, to lead Old Town past Bucksport.

Cossar also singled for the winners and Morin doubled and singled and had an RBI.

Megan Cousins and Micayla Hussey each had two singles and an RBI.

Bailey Blair had two single

s and drove in both runs for Bucksport and Shelby Redman had two base hits.
Bucksport (4-3)    000 000 2    —- 2   6 1
Old Town (7-1)    211 200 x       — 6 10 1

Yeo and Pye; Morin and Singer

Hermon 8, MDI 5

At Bar Harbor, Ashley Thayer hit a two-run double to highlight a four-run seventh inning as Hermon topped Mount Desert Island.

McKayla Bates hit a solo home run in the seventh for the Hawks. Sami Schultz doubled and singled while Marina Kelley hit two singles. Gabby Bryant added a double.

Jamie McKay and Bridgette Pratt each hit a double for Mount Desert Island.
Hermon (6-0)    100 030 4    — 8 7 4
MDI (1-6)          005 000 0    — 5 6 4

Graves, Colpitts (3) and Bates; McKay and Norwood

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