May 12, Baseball Scores and Highlights

Posted May 12, 2010, at 7:39 p.m.

Brewer 3, Oxford Hills 1
Caribou 13, Fort Kent (5 inns.)
Central Aroostook 6, Washburn 1
George Stevens 9, Searsport 0
John Bapst 11, Mattanawcook 1 (6 inns.)
Lee 12-3, Dexter 2-1
LCS/MSSM 19, Ashland 9
Lincoln Acad. 20, MCI 0 (5 inns.)
Narraguagus 4, Calais 2
Nokomis 4, Medomak 1
Orono 1, Penobscot Valley 0
Penquis 15, Piscataquis 10
Presque Isle 11, Houlton 1
St. Dominic 11, Georges Valley 0 (5 inn.)
Stearns 21, Schenck 1 (5 inns.)
Washington Acad. 12, Sumner 3
Woodland 12, East Grand 2 (5 inns.)

Central Aroostook 6, Washburn 1
At Mars Hill, Kasey Brewer, Brendan York and Dan Brewer combined on a no-hitter to power Central Aroostook by Washburn.
Logan McLaughlin doubled, singled and drove in two runs for the Panthers. Garrett Stiles posted two singles and an RBI while York hit a triple.
Washburn (0-8)    000 000 1    — 1 0 4
Cen. Aroostook (8-0)    101 022 x    — 6 9 2

S. Viola, Farley (4), T. Viola (5) and Howe; K. Brewer, York (3), D. Brewer (5) and Folsom

LCS/MSSM 19, Ashland 9
At Limestone, Austin Dow Smith knocked in four runs with two singles and a double to lead Limestone Community School/Maine School of Science and Mathematics past Ashland.
Luke Hafford hit a double and a single to pace Ashland.
Ashland (3-4)    013 50    —  9 14 12
LCS/MSSM (1-6)    603 55    — 19 23  7

Ward and Hafford; Whitehead and Morgan

Narraguagus 4, Calais 2
At Harrington, Kam Jordan scattered five hits on the mound and hit two singles with an RBI to lead the Knights to victory over the Blue Devils.
Jordan, who struck out 12, was backed by a two-run triple from Austin Schoppee in the first inning. Narraguagus scored the go-ahead run, unearned, in the fifth inning.
Adam Geel pitched a five-hitter with nine strikeouts for Calais. Dylan Carter singled twice and Jesse Clark stroked an RBI triple. Jeremy Beers added a double.
Calais (5-2)    110 000 0    — 2 5 3
Narraguagus (4-5)    200 011 x    — 4 5 0

Geel and Carr; Jordan and Dublin

Stearns 21, Schenck 1
At East Millinocket, Derek Hibbs hit a double and an inside-the-park home run to drive in two runs and lead Stearns of Millinocket past Schenck.
Stearns’ Maxx Bouchard pitched three hitless innings and had a double, single and two RBIs. Brandon Bouchard hit three singles.
Schenck’s Jared Albert doubled to drive in Ryan MacLeod who had singled.
Stearns (9-0)    608 34    — 21 18 0
Schenck (0-7)    000 10    — 1 3 7

M. Bouchard, B. Bouchard (4) and Studer; Thompson, Albert (4) and Albert, Thompson (4)

Wisdom 18, Van Buren 5
At Van Buren, Kody Chamberland hit a triple, drove in two runs and scored three runs as Wisdom of St. Agatha topped Van Buren.
Rocky Chamberlain added a double, three RBIs and two runs for Wisdom. Andrew Malencia singled and scored three runs.
Brandon Bouchard and Derrick Rossignol each had two singles and an RBI for Van Buren.
Wisdom (6-1)    (10)11 60    — 18 6 2
Van Buren (2-5)    101 21    — 5 6 6

Chamberland, Corriveau (2), Picard (5) and Blanchette; Roy, B. Bouchard (2), Taylor (4), Edgecomb (5) and Vaillancourt

Woodland 12, East Grand 2
At Woodland, Matt Carl hit a two-run single to highlight a five-run fourth inning that helped Woodland defeat East Grand of Danforth.
Bill Repper hit a run-scoring single in the third inning for the Dragons.
John Wright and Abe Brittain hit RBI singles in the fifth for East Grand.
East Grand (1-5)    000 02    — 2 3 6
Woodland (5-3)    223 5x    — 12 6 2

Henn and Cousins; Lincoln, Laney (5) and Cox

John Bapst 11, MA Lynx 1
At Lincoln, Jason McBurnie pitched a two-hitter and Chris Desmond doubled, singled twice, scored four runs and had two RBIs as John Bapst of Bangor earned the six-inning victory.
Nick Christie’s two-run double highlighted a four-run second-inning rally that gave the Crusaders a 5-1 lead. Christie also singled, while Bill Wetherbee tripled and singled with two RBIs and Matt Storgaard tripled with two RBIs.
Tyler Tash doubled and scored Mattanawcook Academy’s lone run, while teammate Lance Bernier singled.
John Bapst (5-3)    140 222    — 11 11 1
Mattanawcook Acad. (5-5)    100 000    — 1 2 1

McBurnie and Wetherbee; Tash, Bottarelli (5) and Thibodeau

Presque Isle 11, Houlton 1
At Presque Isle, Dillon Kingsbury and Matt Chasse combined on a five-inning, five-hitter to lead the Wildcats.
Brennen Shaw led Presque Isle with two singles and two RBIs, while Chasse singled twice and Isaac LaJoie doubled.
Parker Sanderson stroked to singles for Houlton and Hunter Hanning doubled.
Houlton (3-5)    010 00    —   1 5 3
Presque Isle (5-2)    082 01    — 11 7 1

Hanning, Bragdon (2) and Harvey; Kingsbury, Chasse (4) and Ford

Nokomis 4, Medomak 1
At Newport, Jared Seamans scattered one run on five hits while striking out three and walking just one as Nokomis defeated Medomak Valley.
Ethan Pearl had two singles and Derek Amoroso a double for the Warriors.
Dillon Lead had two singles and drove in Isaac Durkee, who singled, for the Panthers of Waldoboro.
Medomak (3-5)    100 000 0    — 1 5 2
Nokomis (3-5)    001 210 x    — 4 7 1

Williamson, Blackington (6) and Durkee; Seamans and Kazprzak

Penquis 15, Piscataquis 10
At Milo, Jesse McLaughlin registered a double, a single and two RBIs to spark Penquis by Piscataquis of Guilford.
Caleb Stanley chipped in with a double and two RBIs for the Patriots.
Yaal Kand hit two singles and knocked in a run for Piscataquis.
Piscataquis (1-7)    002 700 1    — 10 4 4
Penquis (4-3)    352 140 x    — 15 5 4

Noble, Stockley (5) and Bailey; Cobb, Stanley (4), Cobb (6) and Armstrong

George Stevens 9, Searsport 0
At Searsport, Nick Kane struck out eight while allowing three hits and one walk in leading George Stevens Academy of Blue Hill to a shutout over Searsport.
Josh Gale doubled and singled with two RBIs for the Eagles. Cameron Lawson added a double, single and one RBI.
Evan Kingsbury tallied nine strikeouts in 4¤ innings for Searsport. Rocky Faunce, Jake Allenwood and Allen Connor singled.
George Stevens (3-5-1)    100 024 2    — 9 9 1
Searsport (4-4-1)    000 000 0    — 0 3 3

Kane and Crowe; Kingsbury, Harvey (5) and Faunce

Orono 1, Penobscot Valley 0
At Howland, Sean Kilpatrick pitched a three-hitter with five strikeouts and two walks to propel Orono by Penobscot Valley.
Charlie Boyle singled twice for the Red Riots and scored what proved to be the winning run on a throwing error in the fourth inning.
Griffin Libby, Wyatt

Butler and David Hallett each singled for Penobscot Valley.
Orono (5-4)    000 100 0    — 1 5 1
PVHS (7-3)    000 000 0    — 0 3 3

Kilpatrick and Rios; Jones and Hallett

Washington Acad. 12, Sumner 3
At East Machias, Ryan Schoppee hit a two-run double in the first and a two-run home run in the fourth to lead Washington Academy past Sumner of East Sullivan.
Mike Lenfestey had a double, single and two RBIs for the Raiders. Bryce Colbeth added two singles and two RBIs. Toby Woods also singled twice.
Dylan Harmon hit a double for the Tigers while Mike Crowley hit an RBI single in the fifth.
Sumner (3-6)    000 030 0    — 3 6 3
Washington Acad. (6-2)    600 240 x    — 12 13 2

Tenney, Crowley (4) and Crowley, Tenney (4); Pineo, Finn (6) and Lenfestey

Lee, 12-3, Dexter 2-1
At Dexter, A.J. Harris pitched a one-hitter with nine strikeouts and just one walk to cap off Lee Academy’s doubleheader sweep.
Harris yielded only a single by Casey Jordan with one out of the sixth inning, after Slade Mower scored Dexter’s lone run in the third on a suicide squeeze by Vinnie Malinauskas.
Dylan Whirty’s RBI single highlighted a two-run rally by Lee in the fifth inning that snapped a 1-1 tie.
Tyler Kuester singled twice for the Pandas.
Dexter got a solid pitching start from freshman Dylan Graffam, who struck out five before giving way to Malinauskas in the sixth. The two combined to allow just five hits.
In the first game, Whirty had a two-run single and a double to lead Lee’s 11-hit attack.
Bryan James added a double and single and two RBIs, while John Chase and Kuester each singled twice with an RBI.
Malinauskas singled twice with an RBI for Dexter, while Matt Crane singled twice and Jordan had an RBI double.
(First Game)
Lee        300 103 5    — 12 11 2
Dexter    001 010 x    — 2 5 6

Beers and Harris; Wilks, Malinauskas (7) and MacDonald

(Second Game)
Lee (4-5)         010 020 0    — 3 5 1
Dexter (2-7)    001 000 0    — 1 1-3

Harris and Beers; Graffam, Malinauskas (6) and MacDonald

Brewer 3, Oxford Hills 1
At South Paris, Eric White hit a triple, two doubles, a single and scored two runs to lead Brewer past previously unbeaten Oxford Hills.
Kyle McLain and Tyler Desjardins combined to allow one run on three hits for the Witches. Tyler White chipped in with a double.
Andrew Keniston hit a double for Oxford Hills.
Brewer (6-2)          101 010 0    — 3 6 0
Oxford Hills (7-1)    000 001 0    — 1 3 3

McLain, Desjardins (7) and Moore; Croy and Hadley

Caribou 13, Fort Kent 2
At Fort Kent, Cam Anderson hit a two-run double in the second and added a two-run single in the third as Caribou defeated Fort Kent.
Royce Landeen hit a solo home run in the fourth for the Vikings.
Charlie Nadeau doubled to lead Fort Kent. Thomas Levesque singled and scored a run.
Caribou (3-2)    344 11    — 13 8 3
Fort Kent (1-3)    001 10    — 2 3 5

Landeen, Jordan (4), Walker (5) and Caverhill; Michaud, Paradis (4) and Soucy

St. Dominic 11, Georges Valley 0
At Thomaston, Chris Bryant pitched a two-hitter as St. Dominic of Auburn shut out Georges Valley in five innings.
Garret Darnell hit a triple, two singles and scored three runs for the Saints. Alex Parker added a double, a single and two RBIs.
Dylan Maloney doubled to lead Georges Valley.
St. Dominic (6-2)          053 30    — 11 9 0
Georges Valley (3-4)    000 00    — 0 2 4

Bryant and Hargreaves; Mathews, Maloney (2), Tarbox (4) and Townson

Lincoln Acad. 20, MCI 0
At Pittsfield, Merritt Wootton had a double, three singles and six RBIs to lead Lincoln Academy of Newcastle to its seventh victory.
Jeff Lamb added a double, single and three RBIs for the Eagles, while Ben McLain added a home run and two singles.
Zach Fortin singled twice for Maine Central Institute.
Lincoln Acad. (7-2)    543 80    — 20 18 1
MCI (1-7)                    000 00    — 0   5 2

Cheney, Cosgrove (4) and Wootton; Izumi, Crocker (3), Cook (3), Denis (4) and Ogden

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