May 15 Baseball Scores and Highlights

Posted May 16, 2010, at 10:48 p.m.

BASEBALL
Calais 14-18, Hodgdon 4-4
DI-Stonington 3-2, Katahdin 2-4
Foxcroft Academy 15, Houlton 7
Greenville 9-12, Buckfield 3-4
John Bapst 8-5, Presque Isle 2-11
Searsport 6, Washington Acad. 5
Shead 20, Greater Houlton Chr. 1
So. Aroostook 6-6, Fort Kent 2-2

Calais sweeps Hodgdon
At Hodgdon, Dylan Ramsdell registered two singles, a double and four RBIs as Calais swept Hodgdon.
The Blue Devils topped the Hawks 14-4 in the first game and won 18-4 in the second. Both games went five innings.
In the first game, Jesse Clark had a double, a single and two RBIs to lead Calais. Ramsdell had two singles and two RBIs while Jeremy Beers added two singles.
Nick Lunn and Josh Hudson hit two singles apiece to pace Hodgdon.
In the second game, Adam Geel led the Blue Devils with three singles and two RBIs. Jeremy Carr and Ramsdell each had a double and two RBIs.
Ryan Wellington hit a double for the Hawks.
(First Game)
Calais    090 05    — 14 11 1
Hodgdon    210 01    —   4   5 4

Gillespie, Beers (4) and Carr; Lunn, Brombosz (3) and Hudson
(Second Game)
Hodgdon (3-7)    101 02    —   4 1 6
Calais (7-2)    264 6x    — 18 9 1

Lunn, Brombosz (3), Wallace (4) and Wallace, Gough (4); Gillespie, Beers (4) and Carr

So. Aroostook sweeps Fort Kent
At Dyer Brook, Jesse Small hit a two-run single to highlight a five-run sixth inning as Southern Aroostook topped Fort Kent 6-2 in the first game of a doubleheader.
The Warriors completed the sweep with a 6-2 win in the second game.
In the first game, Pat Goodall pitched a five-hitter, giving up two runs, to earn the win for SAHS. Small finished with two singles and two RBIs.
Jesse Guimond hit two singles to pace Fort Kent. Jared Soucy chipped in with a double.
In the second game, Goodall posted two singles and two RBIs for the Warriors. Dakota Sleeper pitched seven innings, allowing two runs on two hits.
Aaron Paradis hit a solo home run and an RBI single for Fort Kent.
(First Game)
Fort Kent    001 010 0    — 2 5 2
So. Aroostook    100 005 x    — 6 8 2

Michaud, Nadeau (6) and Soucy; Goodall and Robinson
(Second Game)
So. Aroostook (7-1)    001 032 0    — 6 4 1
Fort Kent (2-5)    000 101 0    — 2 2 3

Sleep and Robinson; Paradis and Soucy

John Bapst, Presque Isle split
At Bangor, Bill Wetherbee registered a triple, a double, two singles and two RBIs to spark John Bapst by Presque Isle 8-2 in the first game of a doubleheader.
The Wildcats topped the Crusaders in the second game 11-5.
In the first game, Chris Hammond posted two singles, a double and three RBIs for John Bapst. Ryan Carr chipped in with two singles.
Brennan Shaw singled twice to pace Presque Isle while Ethan Braley added an RBI double.
In the second game, Dillon Kingsbury hit two singles and knocked in three runs to lead the Wildcats. Matt Chasse tallied a double, a single and an RBI while Amos Dean added two singles and an RBI.
Hammond paced the Crusaders with a triple, a single and two RBIs. Carr hit two singles and had three stolen bases.
(First Game)
Presque Isle    101 000 0    — 2 4 2
John Bapst    101 024 x    — 8 13 1

Chasse, Norton (6) and Ford; Hammond and Wetherbee
(Second Game)
Presque Isle (6-3)    190 010 0    — 11 9 0
John Bapst (6-4)    111 020 0    — 5 7 3

Shaw and Ford; Storgaard, Nelson (2), Christie (5) and Wetherbee

Searsport 6, Washington Acad. 5
At Searsport, Rocky Faunce scored what proved to be the winning run in the bottom of sixth inning on a bases-loaded walk as Searsport edged Washington Academy of East Machias.
Faunce finished with two singles and two runs scored for the Vikings. Alex Carroll, who drew the RBI walk in the sixth, hit a two-run single in the fifth.
Tyler Varney hit three singles to pace the Raiders. Brett Lyons added a double, a single and two RBIs.
Washington Acad. (6-4)    000 310 1    — 5 9 0
Searsport (5-4-1)    000 033 x    — 6 4 3

Woods, Sawyer (6) and Lenfestey; Connor, Faunce (4) and Faunce, Carroll (4)

Shead 20, Greater Houlton Chr. 1
At Danforth, Ted Denolet collected three singles as Shead of Eastport cruised past Greater Houlton Christian Academy in five innings.
Tom Collins posted a triple and a single for the Tigers. Josh Garrett, James Barnes and Mark Barnes added two singles apiece.
Chad Duff and Isaiah Straubel each hit two singles to pace Greater Houlton Christian.
Shead (7-1)    130 79    — 20 13 1
GHCA (4-7-1)    001 00    — 1 7 8

Denolet, Collins (3), Owen (5) and Garrett; Straubel, Gray (5), Vargas (5) and Campbell

Foxcroft Academy 15, Houlton 7
At Houlton, Ryan Olmstead had four singles and four RBIs to help power the Foxcroft Academy Ponies past Houlton.
Robbie Harmon had two singles and two RBIs for FA.
Parker Sanderson had two singles and Jimmy Fitzpatrick hit an RBI double.
Foxcroft Acad. (8-1)    417 12    — 15 12 5
Houlton (3-6)    011 23    —  7  6 6

Fadley, Rebar (6) and Coiley; Anderson and Harvey

Greenville sweeps Buckfield
At Buckfield, Kevin Stafford hit three singles and drove in two runs to spark Greenville by Buckfield 9-3 in the first game of a doubleheader.
The Lakers won the second game 12-4.
In the first game, Sean Mills pitched a complete game with 11 strikeouts to earn the win for Greenville. Tony DiAngelo added two singles and two RBIs.
Isaac Smith posted a triple, a double and two RBIs to pace Buckfield.
In the second game, Emerson Sikes had a double, a single and three RBIs to lead the Lakers. Steve Bilodeau chipped in with two singles and two RBIs.
Dalton Hart hit two singles and knocked in two runs for Buckfield.
(First Game)
Greenville    100 104 3    — 9 11 1
Buckfield    101 001 0    — 3 5 2

Mills and Breton; Hart, Hamann (4) and Hedrick
(Second Game)
Greenville (5-1)    211 007 1    — 12 8 2
Buckfield (1-6)    211 000 0    — 4 9 3

St. Louis, Bilodeau (6) and Breton; Adams, Hamann (4) and Hedrick

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