May 24, Baseball scores and highlights

Bangor Daily News
Posted May 24, 2010, at 7:57 p.m.

MONDAY’S SCORES
Belfast 10, MCI 0
Brewer 4, Lawrence 1
Calais 15, Shead 5 (6 inns.)
Deer Isle-Stonington 13, Sumner 2 (5 inn.)
Fort Kent 10, Van Buren 9
Foxcroft 11, Dexter 5
Georges Valley 10, Hall-Dale 9
Hodgdon 20, East Grand 7
Lee 16, Woodland 2 (5 inns.)
Machias 9, Jonesport-Beals 1
MDI 14, George Stevens 13
Medomak 18, Mount View 3 (5 inn.)
PVHS 17, Schenck 1 (5 inn.)
Washington Acad. 12, Narraguagus 2 (5 inns.)

MONDAY’S HIGHLIGHTS

Penobscot Valley 17, Schenck 1
At Howland, Griffin Libby had two singles and drove in two runs to lead Penobscot Valley to the five-inning win. Wyatt Buttler doubled in a run while Jake Jones doubled for the Howlers. Derek Tanous and Ryan Thompson singled for Schenck of East Millinocket.
Schenck (1-10)    001 00    — 1 3 4
Penobscot Valley (9-4)    502 73    — 17 8 2

Tanous, Coke (4) and Thompson; Worster, Jones (2), Bellevance (4), Libby (5) and Hallett, Jipson (5)

Medomak 18, Mount View 3
At Waldoboro, Taylor Williamson homered three times and knocked in eight runs as Medomak Valley rolled to the win. Shane Osier had two triples and a double to drive in six runs while Steven Gardner added two singles and a triple (RBI) for the Panthers. Aaron Elkins, Caleb Cook and Jake Aitken singled for Mount View of Thorndike.
Mount View (2-11)    102 00    — 3 3 3
Medomak (6-7)    275 13    — 18 12 1

Higgins, Cook (2), McCormick (5) and Babin; Greenrose and Durkee

DI-Stonington 13, Sumner 2
At East Sullivan, Joe Carter singled twice to drive in two runs to lead Deer Isle-Stonington past Sumner. Chris Morey contributed a two-run single for the Mariners. Mike Crowley doubled for Sumner.
DI-Stonington (7-6)    514 21    — 13 7 1
Sumner (4-9)    200 00    — 2 3 7

Grindle and Morey; Dyer and Tinney

Hodgdon 20, East Grand 7
At Danforth, Jake Tidd went 5-for-5 with a triple, double, three singles and three RBIs to lead Hodgdon to victory. Nick Lunn added two singles, a triple and two RBIs for the winners and Antoine Lane tripled and doubled. Aaron Henn doubled, singled and drove in two runs for East Grand and Abe Brittain added two singles and an RBI.
Hogdon (4-9)    4(10)0 33    — 20 16 3
East Grand (1-8)    330 10    — 7 4 6

Lunn, Wilson (5) and Gough; Henn, Brittain (2) and Cousins

WA Raiders 12, Narraguagus 2
At East Machias, Brett Lyons hit three singles and knocked in three runs to guide Washington Academy past Narraguagus of Harrington. Ryan Schoppee hit a two-run double in the first inning for the Raiders. Bryce Colbeth added two singles. Kam Jordan hit an RBI single in the first for the Knights. Gavin Endre scored both runs.
Narraguagus (5-7)    101 00    — 2 3 2
Washington Acad. (9-4)    400 26    — 12 9 3

Dublin, Smith (4) and Jordan; Woods, Colbeth (4) and Lenfestey

Lee 16, Woodland 2
At Lee, Dylan Whirty and Dustin Sawtelle both had a double, single and four RBIs to lead Lee Academy to victory over Woodland. Tyler Kuester tripled, doubled and scored three runs for the Pandas. David Cropley hit a double and a single and A.J. Harris recorded eight strikeouts in just three innings. Ryan Rhode and Jordan Perry hit solo home runs in the second and third innings, respectfully for the Dragons.
Woodland (5-8)    011 00    — 2 3 7
Lee (5-8)    251 8x    — 16 11 1

Laney, Lincoln (3) and Brown; Harris, Chase (4), James (5) and Beers, Harris (4)

Machias 9, Jonesport-Beals 1
At Machias, Jacob Scoville pitched three hitless innings and had two singles, a double, and two RBIs to lead the Bulldogs by Jonesport-Beals. Sam Whitney had three singles and two RBIs while Jay Beal added a double and single for the Bulldogs. Terrell Carver hit an RBI single for the Royals.
Jonesport-Beals (6-7)    000 001 0    — 1 4 3
Machias (5-6)    141 210 x    — 9 12 2

Carver, Merchant (6) and Alley, Smith (5); Scoville, Richards (4), Whitney (7) and Hooper

Calais 15, Shead 5
At Calais, Jeremy Carr hit two singles and a double for four RBIs to lift Calais over Shead. Adam Geel had a double and two singles with an RBI for Calais. Dylan Ramsdell hit a two-run homer in the third and Josh Gillespie added two singles and a run batted in. Tim Barnes hit an RBI single and a double for Calais. John Garnett had a single and three RBIs and Tim Demolet added an RBI single.
Shead (10-2)    200 300    — 5 6 1
Calais (10-2)    122 226    — 15 14 3

Barnes, Demolet (2), Collins (5) and Garnett; Geel, Gillespie (4) and Carr

MDI 14, George Stevens 13
At Bar Harbor, Nick Shaw drove in a run with a single in the sixth inning to cap a four-run rally as the Trojans edged George Stevens of Blue Hill. Shaw finished with four singles and two RBIs, while Caleb MacDonald had the same thing for MDI. Devin Young collected a double, single and three RBIs. Cam Lawson tripled and singled to drive in three runs for the Eagles. Josh Gale doubled and singled for three RBIs.
George Stevens (3-9-1)    251 014 0    — 13 16 3
MDI (8-5)    900 014 x    — 14 16 5

Oliveri, Van der Eb (1), Dow (6) and Crowe; McKim, Lowe (6), Crawford (7) and Stewart

Brewer 4, Lawrence 1
At Fairfield, Pat McEwen allowed one run on six hits while striking out four to pace Brewer to its ninth win. Jordan Richards singled and doubled while scoring twice while Eric White had a single, double and run scored for the Witches. Tyler White added two singles and an RBI. Blair Blaisdell singled three times for Lawrence.
Brewer    012 100 0    — 4 10 0
Lawrence    000 001 0    — 1 6 4

McEwen and Moore; Derab, Capponi (6) and Blaisdell

Fort Kent 10, Van Buren 9
At Fort Kent, Thomas Levesque’s RBI single scored Thomas Morin with the winning run from second in the bottom of the seventh for the host Warriors. Levesque had a double, two singles and three RBIs for the Warriors. Jared Soucy doubled twice, Jesse Guimond hit a two-run homer in the sixth, and Aaron Paradis hit a solo shot in the sixth. Patrick Vaillancourt had a double, a single, and two RBIs for the Crusaders.
Van Buren (3-9)    000 404 1    —  9  6 3
Fort Kent (5-6)    330 003 1    — 10 14 3

Rossignol and Vaillancourt; Soucy, Levesque (4), Paradis (5) and Paradis, Lizotte (3)

Foxcroft 11, Dexter 5
At Dexter, Ian Champeon belted a three-run homer in a four-run first inning rally and tossed five innings of three-hit, three-run baseball as Foxcroft Academy improved to 12-1. Champeon, who also had a single, struck out five and walked four before giving way to Ryan Rebar, who struck out five and walked two while allowing one hit and two runs. Kyo Mikame had two singles and an RBI for the winners and Chase Hutchinson had a two-run double. Vinnie Malinauskas, Casey Jordan, Dylan Graffam and Jared MacDonald singled for Dexter and Malinauskas had an RBI.
Foxcroft (12-1)    421 004 0    — 11 10 7
Dexter (2-11)    100 111 1    — 5 4 5

Champeon, Rebar (6) and Erickson, Smith (6); Gustin, Malinauskas (2) and Graffam

Belfast 10, MCI 0
At Belfast, Jack Davis had a double, a single, and three RBIs to lead Belfast past Maine Central Institute of Pittsfield. Matt Steinhart added a triple and a single while Mike Berry singled twice for the Lions. Nick Cook, Ryan Crocker and Matt Lessard each singled for the Huskies.
MCI (1-12)    000 0     —  0 3 1
Belfast (5-8)    220 24    — 10 12 0

Edgerton, Crocker (5) and Fortin; Bernosky and Steinhart

Georges Valley 10, Hall-Dale 9
At Thomaston, Bryant Matthews and Alex Wallace each had two singles and two RBIs as Georges Valley held off Hall-Dale of Farmingdale. Dylan Maloney singled twice and scored three runs for Georges Valley. Ian Anderson added two singles and an RBI. Ben Crocker led Hall-Dale with a double, single and five RBIs. T.J. Holbrook chipped in two singles and an RBI.
Hall-Dale (7-5)    006 102 0    — 9 8 4
Georges Valley (6-6)    170 020 x    —10 11 5

Crocker, Holbrook (2) and Alexander; Young, Knight (3), Wallace (4), Matthews (7) and Townsend

 

 

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