May 24, Softball scores and highlights

Bangor Daily News
Posted May 24, 2010, at 7:54 p.m.

MONDAY’S SCORES
Bangor 10, Mt. Blue 1
Belfast 12, MCI 0 (5 inns.)
Calais 15, Shead 6
Central Aroostook 9, Wisdom 7
DI-Stonington 7, Sumner 3
Foxcroft 19, Dexter 4 (5 inn.)
Georges Valley 4, Hall-Dale 1
Jonesport-Beals 19, Machias 11
Katahdin 23, GHCA 2 (5 inn.)
Medomak 12, Mount View 0
Penobscot Valley 11, Schenck 0
Washington Academy 11, Narraguagus 5
Woodland 13, Lee 6

HIGHLIGHTS

Woodland 13, Lee 6
At Lee, Ashley Laking hit a single and a fifth-inning two-run home run to help lift Woodland over Lee Academy. Molly White and Melanie Flaherty each had two singles and an RBI double for the Dragons. Shelby Bassett also hit a run-scoring double. Rachel Kerr led the Pandas with a double, single and an RBI. Felicia Thornton singled twice.
Woodland (10-3)    300 250 3    — 13 12 6
Lee (1-13)    002 100 3    — 6 9 7

Bassett and Flaherty; Mallett and Dill

Washington Acad. 11, ’Guagus 5
At East Machias, Taylor Davis pitched a four-hitter and hit an RBI triple to help lead the Washington Academy Raiders past Narraguagus of Harrington. Brianne Corey singled twice for the Raiders. Kirstin Taylor hit an RBI single. Lindsey Collora had a double, single and two RBIs for the Knights. Kayla Collora hit an RBI single.
Narraguagus (6-7)    000 023 0    —  5 4 6
Washington Acad. (8-5)    112 070 x    — 11 5 5

Perry and Collora; Davis and Corey

Penobscot Valley 11, Schenck 0
At Howland, freshman Kayla Dube pitched her third shutout to lead Penobscot Valley to victory over Schenck of East Millinocket. Dube allowed two hits and two walks while striking out 14 for the Howlers. Eliza Pelletier hit a double and a single to drive in three runs. Katie Whitten hit a two-run double and Alissa Whitten added an RBI double. Kaprice Tompkins hit both singles for the Wolverines.
Schenck (0-11)    000 000 0    — 0 2 5
Penobscot Valey (8-5)    201 440 x    — 11 9 1

Tompkins and Nicholson; Dube and Vanadastine

Calais 15, Shead 6
At Calais, Shannon Brown notched three singles and drove in three runs to help unbeaten Calais win its 12th game. Meaghan Cavanaugh chipped in with two singles and two RBIs for the Blue Devils and Allison Hill added a triple, single and an RBI. Honor Wilkinson contributed a double, single and RBI. Vanessa Patterson had a double, single and an RBI for Shead of Eastport while Cassie Barnes and Arika Mitchell each singled twice.
Shead (5-6)    100 410 0    — 6 8 1
Calais (12-0)    402 108 x    — 15 11 3

Stanhope and Conti; Cundiff and Wilkinson

Foxcroft 19, Dexter 4
At Dexter, Sam Snyder singled three times to drive in three runs as her Ponies won in five innings. Vanessa Lougee contributed two singles for Foxcroft Academy. Eva Wing had a double, single and RBI and Jordyn Bell two singles with an RBI for Dexter. Kirstie Moore tripled and singled.
Foxcroft (10-3)    444 70    — 19 11 3
Dexter (6-7)    102 10    — 4 8 8

Boss and Snyder; Crane, Adam (4) and Gustin

Jonesport-Beals 19, Machias 11
At Machias, Morgan Beal and Rose Carver each hit four singles and drove in two runs to help lead Jonesport-Beals past Machias. Justina Allen had three singles and two RBIs for Jonesport-Beals. Morgan Merchant hit an RBI triple. Fayranne Lipton led the Bulldogs with three singles and two RBIs. Caroline Proctor hit three singles and drove in a run and Kristin Lee singled twice.
Jonesport-Beals (2-10)    301 431 7    — 19 18 2
Machias (1-10)    324 000 2    — 11 16 3

Me. Merchant, L. Beal (4) and Alley; Lee and Lipton

Georges Valley 4, Hall-Dale 1
At Thomaston, freshman Kennadi Grover hit a solo home run in the fourth and added a two-run homer in the fifth to lead Georges Valley past Hall-Dale of Farmingdale. Danielle Frye recorded eight strikeouts for Buccaneers. Jessie Veilleux doubled. Hailey Longfellow hit an RBI single in the fifth for Hall-Dale.
Hall-Dale (9-3)    000 010 0    — 1 4 4
Georges Valley (12-0)    200 020 x    — 4 4 3

LaChance and Wolfington; Frye and Veilleux

Bangor 10, Mt. Blue 1
At Farmington, Sam Bedore allowed one run on one hit and four walks while striking out 12 to lift Bangor over Mt. Blue. Maria Cassum hit four singles, scored two runs and knocked in a run for the Rams. Bedore doubled and singled. Eliza Estabrook had two singles and two runs and Jeri Cosgrove added two singles and a run. Michaela Yeaton singled for Mt. Blue and Taryn Kendall scored the run.
Bangor (14-0)    202 311 1    — 10 15 1
Mt. Blue (4-10)    000 010 0    — 1 1 3

Bedore and Cosgrove; Howard and C. Kendall

Belfast 12, MCI 0
At Belfast, junior right-hander Victoria Overlock pitched her third career shutout and first of the season in leading Belfast past Maine Central Institute of Pittsfield. Overlock walked one and struck out nine for the Lions. She also had a single and a first-inning two-run home run. Caroline Carr added another two-run homer in the first while adding two singles and totaling five RBIs. Makayla Cummings chipped in two singles and two runs scored.
MCI (7-6)    000 00    — 0 0 4
Belfast (7-6)    403 5x    — 12 13 2

Kennedy and Smedberg; Overlock and Small

Medomak 12, Mount View 0
At Waldoboro, Desire Benner pitched a one-hit shutout with no walks and eight strikeouts as Medomak Valley defeated Mount View of Thorndike. Kasey Benner doubled and tripled with four RBIs for Medomak. Lindsey Ranquist had two singles and an RBI. Amanda Hendrickson-Belloguet and Mallory Conary both singled twice. Francis Stevens hit a single for the Mustangs.

Katahdin 23, GHCA 2
At Houlton, Kali Rush had three singles and a double as Katahdin of Stacyville rolled past Greater Houlton Christian. Dani-Beth Cyr hit three singles for the Cougars. Kiki Smart, Makayla Wiley and Destinee Neurether singled for the Eagles.
Katahdin (10-2)    335 39    — 23 11 1
GHCA (4-8)    100 10    — 2 3 6

Smallwood and Williams; Smart, McGuire (4) and Lee

DI-Stonington 7, Sumner 3
At East Sullivan, Sydney Outzs pitched a three-hitter and Britnie Jones hit a two-run home run for Deer Isle-Stonington. Abby Grindle and Heidi Brewer each had two singles and an RBI for the Mariners. Erika Hutchins and Chelsea Brown each singled twice. Jamie Hoglund hit a two-run single for Sumner of East Sullivan.
DI-Stonington (11-1)    200 302 0     — 7 11 4
Sumner (3-9)    000 100 2     — 3  3 2

Outzs and Garcia; Pennartz and Leighton

MDI 13, George Stevens 12
At Bar Harbor, Jordan Servetas scored the tying run with two outs in the bottom of the seventh inning on a Becca Edgecomb double and Heather Basley drove Edgecomb home on a single to lead Mount Desert Island to victory over George Stevens Academy of Blue Hill. Elizabeth Sargent hit a two-run homer in the third for the Trojans. Jamie McKay doubled and singled. Anna Clapp and Sabrina Vivian each singled twice for the Eagles. Hannah Billings and Amber Gray both doubled.
George Stevens (9-4)    001 126 2    — 12 8 7
MDI (3-10)    125 300 2    — 13 7 6

A. Clapp and Theoharidis; McKay, Young (6), McKay (7) and Norwood

Brewer 16, Lawrence 2
At Fairfield, Amanda Ryan had a double and a single and allowed one run in four innings of work to help pace Brewer past the Bulldogs. Amy Curry had a double, single and two RBIs and Emily Cox had two singles and two RBIs for the Witches. Morgan Haraden and Deaven Smith each had two singles and an RBI. Sophie Lindsay had two singles and an RBI for the Bulldogs. Megan Moen hit an RBI single.
Brewer (8-5)    300 412 6    — 16 17 3
Lawrence (3-10)    000 100 1    —  2  6 3

Ryan, Cox (5) and Nickerson, Curry (5); Martin, Bickford (4) and Pelletier

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