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May 21, Softball Scores and Highlights

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Katahdin sweeps Bangor Chr.
    At Stacyville, Megan Merry hit two singles and knocked in two runs to help lead Katahdin past Bangor Christian 16-7 in the nightcap.

The Cougars also won the first game 9-2.

In the first game, Myah Smallwood had two singles and an RBI for Katahdin. Melissa Duffy scored three runs, two by stealing home.

Whitney Holmes hit an RBI single to lead the Patriots.

In the second game, Olivia McNally hit a two-run single in the second inning for the Cougars. Makayla Patterson doubled.

Holmes singled twice for the Patriots. Abbie Vicnaire drove in a run.
(First Game)
Bangor Chr.    001 001 0    — 2 5 0
Katahdin         205 002 x    — 9 7 1
    Roemmich and Levasseur; Smallwood and Williams
(Second Game)
Katahdin (9-2)           030 332 5    — 16 19 2
Bangor Chr. (2-10)    012 102 1    —   7    6 1
    Smallwood and Merry, Williams (3); Decoste and Levasseur

So. Aroostook 37, Washburn 12
    At Washburn, Olivia Raymond hit two singles, a triple, a home run and drove in four runs as Southern Aroostook of Dyer Brook topped Washburn.

Elizabeth Goodall added a home run, two singles and three RBIs.

Kristi Sperrey hit two singles and a double to pace the Beavers. Rayah Saucier hit a two-run single and scored twice.
So. Aroostook (10-2)    7(15)8 34    — 37 28 2
Washburn (0-14)            0   0  2 91    — 12 8 10
    Ev. Goodall, Pratt (3) and El. Goodall; M. Saucier, Sperrey (3) and R. Saucier

Bangor 1, Messalonskee 0
    At Oakland, Annie Guare broke for home while Meagan Doucette laid down a bunt in the fourth inning. Guare scored on the suicide squeeze to lift visiting Bangor over Messalonskee.

Bangor’s Sam Bedore recorded a three-hit shutout, walking one and striking out nine. Hannah Lust doubled and singled.

Jules Fekete hit a double to lead the Eagles. Kris Lawler and Emily Weeks singled.
Bangor (13-0)               000 100 0    — 1 5 0
Messalonskee (5-7)    000 000 0    — 0 3 2
    Bedore and Cosgrove; Smith and Fekete

Fort Kent 9, Houlton 3
    At Houlton, Micheala Desjardins had three singles and two RBIs to help lead Fort Kent past the Shiretowners.

Mary Grace Morris had two singles and three RBIs for the Warriors. Liz Morneault doubled and singled while Brianna Thibodeau and Katelyn Roy each singled twice.

Ashley Drew had two singles and two RBIs for the Shires and Megan Hannigan singled twice.
Fort Kent (8-3)    110 420 1    — 9 12 2
Houlton (4-8)       000 001 2    — 3   5 3
    Bard and Desjardins; Sanderson, Bailey (6) and Hannigan

Wisdom 14, Ashland 13
    At Ashland, Deliya Michaud notched a complete-game victory and drove home the winning run with a three-run, one-out double in the sixth inning for the Wisdom Pioneers of St. Agatha.

Suzie Collins doubled and singled while Sarah Paradis hit a triple for Wisdom.
Brooke LaBelle tripled twice, singled twice, and had two RBIs for the Hornets. Melissa Ellis had a double, single, and two RBIs while Whitney Donovan doubled and singled.
Wisdom (6-5)    441 005 0    — 14   6 3
Ashland (6-5)    222 412 0    — 13 10 7
    Michaud and Coulombe; Donovan, Cote (3) and LaBelle

Woodland 10, Narraguagus 1
    At Woodland, Whitney Bassett had three singles and two RBIs to lead the Woodland Dragons past Narraguagus of Harrington.

Molly White had a double, single, and two RBIs for the Dragons. Ashley Laking singled twice.

For the Knights, Age Dorr singled twice and drove in a run.
Narraguagus (6-6)    010 000 0    —  1  9 1
Woodland (9-3)        103 123 x    — 10 10 2
    K. Collora, Perry (6) and L. Collora; Bassett and Flaherty

Calais 9, Machias 0
    At Machias, Rachel Cundiff tossed a two-hitter, striking out 10 and walking two, as unbeaten Calais upended Ma-chias for its 11th win.

Emily McCadden and Alex McVicar had three singles apiece for Calais and McCadden had an RBI as did Jen Ross, who had a pair of base hits.

Serena Watson and Kristin Lee singled for Machias.
Calais (11-0)      001 231 2    — 9 15 1
Machias (1-9)    000 000 0    — 0   2 0
    Cundiff and Wilkinson; Lee and Lipton

Orono 12, Dexter 2
    At Dexter, Andi Foster scattered seven hits, struck out six batters, and walked one to lead Orono past the visiting Tigers.

Amanda York had three singles and an RBI for the Red Riots. Jill Tuell had two singles and one RBI.

Eva Wing singled twice to pace the Tigers.
Orono (6-7)      280 100 1    — 12 9 3
Dexter (6-6)    100 001 0     —   2  7 7
    Foster and Foxx; Gustin and Lancaster, Ponte (6)

Ellsworth 4, Sumner 3
    At Ellsworth, Anna Seavey hit a double to lead off the seventh inning, moved to third on a single and scored the winning run on a passed ball to lead Ellsworth past Sumner of East Sullivan.

Seavey also tripled and scored another run for the Eagles. Lily Cooper had two singles and a run scored. Tashia Daley struck out 10.

Kiera Eschete tripled and scored for Sumner. Ashley Pennartz had a double and a run scored.
Sumner (3-8)      300 000 0    — 3 4 1
Ellsworth (5-5)    200 100 1    — 4 9 2
    Pennartz and Leighton; Daley and Wright

Washington Acad. 7, Searsport 1
    At East Machias, Taylor Davis allowed just one run on two hits and three walks while striking out seven to lead Washington Academy to the win over Searsport.

Kelly Sawyer hit two singles and drove in two runs for the Raiders. Kristin Taylor hit an RBI double and Andi Flannery added an RBI triple. Taylor Davis singled twice.

Kat Cotter singled and scored a run for Searsport. Shannon Higgins also singled.
Searsport (3-9)                   100 000 0    — 1 2 3
Washington Acad. (7-5)    420 010 x    — 7 9 3
    Quigley and Smith; Davis and Corey

Penobscot Valley 12, Penquis 4
    At Howland, Brittany Pike hit three singles and drove home three runs as Penobscot Valley defeated Penquis of Milo.

Ariel Vanadastine had two singles and two RBIs for the Howlers. Bethany Heald hit an RBI double and Kayla Dube tallied 11 strikeouts.

< p> Shelby Weston led the Patriots with two doubles and a single. Shelby Fowles hit a run-scoring double.
Penquis (2-8)                     100 030 0    —    4   6 4
Penobscot Valley (7-5)    111 603 x    — 12 12 3
    Black and Weston; Dube and Vanadastine

Piscataquis 9, Schenck 2
    At Guilford, Abby Burdin pitched a one-hitter with 11 strikeouts and seven walks to spark the Pirates to victory.

Sarah Hoak singled twice with an RBI to lead Piscataquis Community. Julia Shaffer legged out a triple.

Brooke Hanington singled for Schenck of East Millinocket.
Schenck (0-9)          000 050 0    — 2 1 10
Piscataquis (9-4)    023 211 x    — 9 5   1
    Thompkins and Nicholson; Burdin and Hoak

Medomak 20, Rockland 4
    At Rockland, Kasey Benner had two doubles, a triple and seven RBIs to lead the Panthers from Waldoboro past Rockland in five innings.

Mallory Conary singled twice for two RBIs while Amanda Hendrickson-Belloguet contributed three singles and two RBIs for Medomak.

Zoey Proctor singled three times for Rockland.

Hampden 7, Mt. Blue 6
    At Hampden, Brittany Luetjen lifted a sacrifice fly in the bottom of the sixth inning to score the eventual winning run for the Hampden Academy Broncos.

Luetjen added a two-run single; Olivia Plaisted hit four singles and drove in two runs while Ashley Danforth con-tributed a double, single and an RBI.

Kelly Yardley singled twice and doubled to knock in two runs for Mt. Blue of Farmington. Michaela Yeaton sin-gled twice while Tanisha Dellarma had a triple and single (RBI).
Mt. Blue (2-9)       103 200 0    — 6 10 2
Hampden (5-7)    050 101 x    — 7 11 2
    Howard and Kendall; A. Danforth, Melanson (4) and MacDougall

Houlton 18, Hodgdon 6
    At Houlton, Megan Hannigan hit a grand slam, a double and drove in six runs to lead the Shiretowners by the Hawks.

Ashley Drew chipped in with two doubles, a single and three RBIs for the winners and Taylor Bailey singled twice and drove in a run.

Taylor McGary and Annie Hare each had RBI singles for the Hawks.
Hodgdon    111 30    —   6 4 3
Houlton      229 05    — 18 9 3
    York and Levesque; Bailey and Hannigan

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