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May 14, Baseball Scores and Highlights

Bangor Daily News

Bangor 10, Brewer 6
Belfast 2, Gardiner 1
Buckfield 13-11, Greenville 1-0 (1st game 4 inns.)
Calais 5, Woodland 4
Central 8, Dexter 1
Fort Kent 5, Madawaska 3
LCS/MSSM 16, Washburn 6 (5 inns.)
MDI 5, Bucksport 2
Medomak Valley 6, Oak Hill 5
Penobscot Valley 9, Piscataquis 1
Penquis 14, Schenck 4 (5 inns.)
Sumner 3, Orono 1
Wiscasset 3, Georges Valley 2

Belfast 2, Gardiner 1
At Belfast, Josh Beal hit a two-out two-run double in the third inning to lead Belfast past Gardiner.
Jack Davis hit a double and two singles for Belfast. Derrick Bernosky and Eric Peters combined for one run on five hits and one walk while striking out 11.
Jake Palmer hit two singles for Gardiner and Spencer Allen scored a run. Forrest Chadwick struck out 10.
Gardiner (7-2)    010 000 0    — 1 5 1
Belfast (4-5)    002 000 x    — 2 5 2

Chadwick and Phelps; Bernosky, Peters (6) and Steinort

Sumner 3, Orono 1
At Orono, Matt Dyer hit a three-run homer over the left field fence to guide Sumner of East Sullivan past Orono.
Dyer also added two singles to record all of Sumner’s hitting.
Brandon Levasseur singled and scored for Orono. Phil Benoit and Charlie Boyle also singled.
Sumner (4-6)    300 000 0    — 3 3 1
Orono (5-5)      100 000 0    — 1 3 2

Dyer and Crowley; Benoit, Stoddard (4) and Rios

Penobscot Valley 9, Piscataquis 1
At Howland, Dylan Worster recorded 12 strikeouts while surrendering one run on five hits and three walks to lift Penobscot Valley over Piscataquis of Guilford.
Ryan Scopino doubled, singled and scored three runs for the Howlers. Jake Jones hit two singles and knocked in a run and David Hallett doubled.
Aaron Ward singled twice for the Pirates. Yaal Kand doubled.
Piscataquis (1-9)    010 000 0    — 1 5 3
Penobscot Valley (8-3)    310 014 x    — 9 5 2

Stockley and Bailey; Worster and Hallett

LSC/MSSM 16, Washburn 6
At Limestone, Aaron St. Pierre and Nick Tucker combined to scatter six hits as the Eagles beat the Beavers.
St. Pierre, who stroked two doubles and a single, struck out five in three innings. Ty Tracy hit a double and two singles for Limestone Community School/Maine School of Science and Mathematics, while Nick Whitehead and Dylan Morgan posted three singles each.
Chris Farley and Nick Bragg hit two singles each for Washburn.
Washburn (0-10)     003 21    —   6   6 4
LCSM/MSSM (2-6)    732 13    — 16 16 5

McLaughlin, Howe (4) and Howe; St. Pierre, Tucker (4) and Morgan

Stearns 4, George Stevens 3
At Millinocket, Dylan Bouchard reached on an error with two outs in the bottom of the seventh, then came around to score on the game’s only other miscue as the Minutemen remained undefeated.
Aaron Cyr pitched a five-hitter with 10 strikeouts and two walks to lead Stearns. He also hit an RBI double.
Charlie Tapley drilled a solo home run and Derek Hibbs had a run-scoring single.
Schuyler Van der Eb singled twice with an RBI for George Stevens Academy to back Jesse Dow, who spread out six hits. Josh Jones hit two singles, while Cameron Lawson tripled and Nick Kane had a sacrifice fly.
George Stevens (4-6)    000 101 1    — 3 5 2
Stearns (10-0)               100 110 1    — 4 6 0

Dow and Crowe; Cyr and Hibbs

MDI 5, Bucksport 2
At Bucksport, Peter Logue hit three singles and knocked in a run to lift Mount Desert Island of Bar Harbor over Bucksport.
Caleb MacDonald had two singles and two RBIs for the Trojans. Gordon Falt doubled, singled and scored a run.
Tim Nason doubled, singled and scored for Bucksport. Mike Cummings hit an RBI single.
MDI (6-2)               030 002 0    — 5 9 1
Bucksport (6-3)    000 002 0    — 2 5 1

Logue, Bailey (7) and Stewart; Aldridge, Farrell (6) and Potter

Medomak Valley 6, Oak Hill 5
At Waldoboro, Isaac Durkee hit an RBI double and Shane Osier hit a run-scoring single during a three-run sixth inning that lifted the Panthers of Waldoboro to victory.
Durkee added a double, a triple and a single and Osier hit another single for Medomak Valley. Dylan Reed hit a two-run single to back relief winner Chris Benedict.
Cody Provost doubled and singled to pace Oak Hill of Sabattus.
Oak Hill (3-6)                   021 002 0    — 5   6 1
Medomak Valley (4-5)    201 003 x    — 6 10 2

Martin, Levesque (6) and Morin; Osier, Benedict (7) and Durkee

Calais 5, Woodland 4
At Calais, back-to-back RBI singles by Dylan Ramsdell and Dylan Carter scored the tying and winning runs in the bottom of the seventh inning for the Calais Blue Devils.
Ramsdell pitched a five-hitter to notch the win and also had two singles, a sacrifice fly and three RBIs. Josh Gillespie had a triple and two singles. Jesse Clark doubled twice and singled once, while Jeremy Beers hit a solo homer.
Zack Cox hit a three-run double for the Dragons. Jordan Perry added an RBI double.
Woodland (3-5)    000 040 0    — 4  5 2
Calais (6-2)    199 119 2    — 5 13 0

Brown, Perry (6) and Cox; Ramsdell and Carr

Penquis 14, Schenck 4
At Milo, Brandon Smith singled, homered drove in three runs and scored three runs to lift Penquis over Schenck of East Millinocket.
Brian Russell hit two singles and scored four runs for the Patriots. Jesse McLaughlin had a double, single and two runs scored.
Ryan Thompson led the Wolverines with a single.
Schenck (0-8)    200 20    —   4   1 5
Penquis (5-3)    443 3x    — 14 10 1

Albert and Thompson; Peaslee, Larson (4), Smith (5) and Armstrong

Fort Kent 5, Madawaska 3
At Fort Kent, senior Aaron Paradis hit a three-run home run in the sixth to help Fort Kent overcome a 3-2 deficit and defeat Madawaska.
Jared Soucy hit a solo homer in the fourth inning for the Warriors.
Jonathan Lee hit two doubles and scored a run for Madawaska.
Madawaska (7-4)    002 010 0    — 3 6 1
Fort Kent (2-3)    000 104 x    — 5 6 4

Gendreau, Wetmore (6) and Thibeault; Paradis, Michaud (2), Nadeau (3), Soucy (7) and Soucy, Paradis (7)

Central 8, Dexter 1
At Dexter, Justin Weymouth pitched a six-hitter and aided his own cause with a double and a single and an RBI as Central topped Dexter.
Weymouth struck out six and walked three.
Brett White had an RBI single in a four-run first inning for the winners.
Casey Jordan had a pair of doubles for Dexter and tossed a complete-game six-hitter. All eight runs off him were unearned.
Zac Poirier had an RBI single.
Central (4-7)    411 002 0    — 8 6 1
Dexter (2-8)&nb
sp;   100 000 0    — 1 6 6

Weymouth and Kirlin; Jordan and MacDonald

Wiscasset 3, Georges Valley 2
At Wiscasset, Jason Weatherbee’s two-run single tied it and Justin Caron won it with a two-out single as Wiscasset rallied for three seventh-inning runs to beat Georges Valley of Thomaston.
Mason Brewer went the distance for the win, striking out 10 and not walking anybody while allowing nine hits.
Brewer and Caron had two singles apiece for the winners.
Alec Young and Bryant Matthews had two singles apiece or Georges Valley and Young had an RBI. Brandon Knight added a double and Ben Wallace pitched six innings of three-hit, two-run ball.
Georges Valley (3-5)    100 001 0    — 2 9 1
Wiscasset (6-4)    000 000 3    — 3 5 1

Brewer and Brawn; Wallace, Maloney (7) and Townsend

Bangor 10, Brewer 6
At Brewer, Adam King’s two-run single sparked a six-run rally in the fifth inning that lifted undefeated Bangor to its 10th victory of the season.
Dylan Morris followed King’s hit with a two-run double before Jack Stacey singled home the final run of the inning as the Rams erased a 5-4 deficit.
Devin Lyshon added a two-run homer in the first inning, and Lonnie Hackett had a two-run single in the second to stake Bangor to a 4-0 lead.
Brewer tied the game in the bottom of the third on an RBI double by Eric White and a three-run double by Nick Moore.
The Witches then took the lead in the fourth on a bases-loaded infield hit by Jordan Richards.
Bangor loaded the bases on three walks in the fifth before Jacques Larochelle drew a two-out walk to force the tying run run home before King put the Rams ahead.
Bangor (10-0)    220 060 0    — 10 7 1
Brewer (6-3)    004 100 1    —   6 6 1

Savage, Stanevicz (4) and Morris; McEwen, Desjardins (5) and Moore

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