May 15 Softball Scores and Highlights

Posted May 16, 2010, at 10:52 p.m.

SOFTBALL
Calais 15-19, Hodgdon 3-0
DI-Stonington 13-6, Katahdin 1-3
Foxcroft Acad. 16, Houlton 2
John Bapst 3-4, Presque Isle 1-1
Searsport 7, Washington Acad. 3

Foxcroft Acad. 16, Houlton 2
At Houlton, Kelsey Boss collected three singles, two RBIs and four runs scored to lead Foxcroft Academy by Houlton.
Boss pitched a complete game with eight strikeouts to earn the win for the Ponies. Vanessa Lougee hit two singles and knocked in two runs while Jasmyne Fletcher added a double and a single.
Vanessa Sanderson and Madison Lezotte each hit a double and a single for Houlton.
Foxcroft Acad. (7-3)    063 111 4    — 16 18 0
Houlton (3-6)    020 000 0    —   2   7 6

Boss and Snyder; Sanderson and Hannigan

Searsport 7, Washington Acad. 3
At Searsport, Olivia Quigley hit a three-run triple to highlight a seven-run fifth inning as Searsport defeated Washington Academy of East Machias.
Christin Chase hit two singles for the Vikings while Sara Bradshaw added an RBI single.
Brianne Corey hit two singles to pace Washington Academy. Andi Flannery and Christy Smith each doubled.
Washington Acad. (5-5)    000 120 0    — 3 4 1
Searsport (3-7)    000 070 x    — 7 6 4

Davis and Corey; Quigley and Smith

Calais sweeps Hodgdon
At Hodgdon, Alex McVicar allowed five total hits in 10 innings of work to collect two wins and lead Calais to a doubleheader sweep of the Hawks, 15-3 and 19-0.
In the first game, McVicar also led the offense along with Allison Hill as each had a double, a single and five RBIs.
Destiny Ellis had a double and Annie Hare a two-run single for the Hawks.
In the second game, Emily McCudden had a triple, single and five RBIs for the Blue Devils. Hill had three singles and four RBIs and Miranda Moffett added a double, a single and five RBIs.
Ellis’ single in the fourth broke up McVicar’s no-hit bid.
(Saturday’s First Game)
Calais (9-0)    041 64    — 15 10 0
Hodgdon (2-7)    000 03    —   3   4 4

Cundiff and Wilkinson; Quint and Levesque
(Saturday’s Second Game)
Hodgdon    000 00    —   0   1 2
Calais    523 9x    — 19 14 1

York and Levesque; McVicar and Wilkinson

John Bapst sweeps Presque Isle
At Union Street Field in Bangor, Laura Jordan held Presque Isle to seven hits in two games to lead her John Bapst Crusaders to 3-1 and 4-1 victories.
In the first game, Jordan outdueled Krista Coffin, who allowed two hits and three walks while striking out 10 batters. Jordan pitched a three-hitter, walked no one, and struck out 11.
Jordan also hit an RBI single in the third, when the Crusaders scored on a bases-loaded walk.
Alyssa Kierstead tripled for the Wildcats.
In the second game, Jordan pitched a four-hitter and hit two singles.
Katie Hammond had a double, single and one RBI for the Crusaders.
Alecia Palmer scattered six hits for the Wildcats.
(Saturday’s First Game)
Presque Isle    000 010 0    — 1 3 0
John Bapst    002 001 x    — 3 2 0

Coffin and Richards; Jordan and Gilmore
(Saturday’s Second Game)
Presque Isle (2-6)    010 000 0    — 1 4 2
John Bapst (3-7)    000 103 x    — 4 6 0

Palmer and Richards; Jordan and Gilmore

DI-Stonington sweeps Katahdin
At Brewer, Sydney Outzs pitched two complete games, giving up just three earned runs with 30 strikeouts, to power Deer-Isle Stonington to a doubleheader sweep of Katahdin of Stacyville.
The Mariners won the first game 13-1 and the second 6-3.
In the first game, Hannah Siebert hit three singles and knocked in three runs to lead Deer Isle-Stonington. Janelle Ciomei posted three singles and three RBIs while Britnie Jones added two singles and two RBIs.
Mariah Williams paced Katahdin with two singles and an RBI.
In the second game, Outzs helped her own cause with two singles and two RBIs. Holly Brewer singled twice while Goldie Garcia and Emily Cormier each hit a two-run single.
Myah Smallwood hit a triple and a single to pace the Cougars. Kali Rush added a double and a single.
(First Game)
DI-Stonington    222 030 4    — 13 19 4
Katahdin    000 001 0    —   1   3 2

Outzs and Garcia; Smallwood and Williams
(Second Game)
Katahdin (6-2)    000 003 0    — 3 10 2
DI-Stonington (7-1)    010 050 x    — 6 12 1

Cyr and Williams; Outzs and Garcia

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