May 25, Softball scores and highlights

Bangor Daily News
Posted May 25, 2010, at 10:19 p.m.

TUESDAY’S SCORES
Bucksport 13, John Bapst 0
Caribou 18, Houlton 5 (5 inn.)
Central 15, Penquis 0 (6 inn.)
Deer Isle-Stonington 18, Bangor Christian 0 (5 inn.)
George Stevens 18, Sumner 5
Greenville 15, Valley 8
Hermon 6, MDI 2
Mattanawcook 5, Old Town 4
Orono 12, Searsport 0 (5 inn.)
Piscataquis 8, Lee Acad. 5
So. Aroostook 28, GHCA 2 (5 inns.)
Stearns 11, Penobscot Valley 10
TUESDAY’S POSTPONEMENTS
Madawaska at Fort Fairfield, May 31, 4 p.m.

HIGHLIGHTS
Orono 12, Searsport 0

At Orono, Andi Foster tossed a one-hitter with seven strikeouts and no walks as Orono defeated Searsport in five innings.
Jill Tuell hit two doubles, a single and knocked in four runs for the Red Riots. Kristen Douglass and Elizabeth Fox each hit a double and a single while Chloe Paul chipped in with two singles.
Marisa Higgins singled in the first inning for Searsport.
Searsport (3-10)    000 00    — 0 1 2
Orono (7-7)    311 61    — 12 17 1

Quigley and Smith; Foster and Fox

Central 15, Penquis 0
At Milo, Alix Rudzinski pitched a no-hitter with seven strikeouts as Central of Corinth powered past Penquis in six innings.
Rudzinski helped her own cause with two singles for the Red Devils. Jess Bradford hit three singles while Roberta Trafton added two singles.
Central (11-2)    301 128    — 15 8 0
Penquis (2-9)    000 000    — 0 0 1

Rudzinski and Trafton; Downing, Gray (6) and Weston, McLaughlin (6)

Belfast 12, MCI 0
At Belfast Monday, junior right-hander Victoria Overlock pitched her third career no-hitter 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

Caribou 18, Houlton 5
At Caribou, Jordyn Doucette had three singles and two RBIs to lead the Caribou Vikings past the visiting Shiretowners.
Rebecca McDougal doubled and singled for the Vikings. Jamie Martin, Sare Damboise and Danielle Soucy each singled twice.
Vanessa Sanderson had four singles and two RBIs for Houlton. Taylor Bailey had two singles and two RBIs and Chelsi Murray added a double.
Houlton (5-9)    032 00      —  5 10 0
Caribou (6-5)    437 4x     — 18 14 0

Sanderson, Bailey (3) and Hannigan; Staples and Plante

Bucksport 13, John Bapst 0
At the Union Street Field in Bangor, junior righthander Abby Yeo fashioned a one-hitter, striking out 12 and walking just one as her Golden Bucks improved to 8-4.
Rochelle Pelletier doubled twice and singled to knock in two runs for Bucksport while Mindy Pye added two singles and a double.
Brandi Pierce singled for John Bapst.
Bucksport (8-4)    300 050 5    — 13 7 1
John Bapst (4-9)    000 000 0    — 0 1 2

Yeo and Pye; Jordan and Gilmore

DI-Stonington 18, Bangor Christian 0
At Deer Isle, Sydney Ouzts pitched an abbreviated two-hitter, singled twice, and drove in two runs to lead the Deer Isle-Stonington Mariners past Bangor Christian.
Hannah Siebert had a double, two singles, and three RBIs for the Mariners. Holly Brewer had three singles and an RBI and Shyann Closson belted a solo home run in the fourth.
 Singles by Ashley LeVasseur and Whitney Holmes were the only hits for the Patriots.
Bangor Christian (3-11)    000 00     —  0  2 7
DI-Stonington (12-1)    565 2x    — 18 16 0

DeCosta, LeVasseur (3) and Bragg; Ouzts and Garcia

So. Aroostook 28, Greater Houlton Chr. 2
At Houlton, Elizabeth Goodall hit two doubles and a single to help lead Southern Aroostook of Dyer Brook past Greater Houlton Christian Academy.
Evangeline Goodall allowed just two runs and two hits through five innings for the Warriors. Shelby Hartin had two singles and a double.
Makayla Wiley and Jamie Mellia singled for the Eagles.
So. Aroostook (11-2)    7(12)3 51    — 28 16 1
GHCA (4-9)    101 00    — 2 2 4

Ev. Goodall and El. Goodall; Smart, McGuire (3), Smart (5) and Lee

Stearns 11, Penobscot Valley 10
At Millinocket, the Penobscot Valley Howlers of Howland scored six unearned runs overall and five in the seventh to tie the game, but Stearns came back with a run in the bottom of the inning to win the game.
Angela Levesque scored the winning run from second on Kristin Albert’s single to center with no outs in the seventh.
Levesque led the Minutemen with two triples and two singles. Becca Leavitt had a two-run home run in the second and two singles.
Kirstin Batchelder and Alissa Whitten each hit RBI singles for the Howlers.
PVHS (8-6)    130 010 5    — 10 4 3
Stearns (9-4)    221 410 1    — 11 11 9

Dube and Vanadestine; Rollins, Levesque (3) and Albert

George Stevens 18, Sumner 5
At Blue Hill, Stevie Theoharidis and Richelle Kane each hit a two-run home run and a triple to spark George Stevens Academy by Sumner of East Sullivan in six innings.
Amber Gray hit a triple and a single with three RBIs for the Eagles. Lydia Clapp added a double and an RBI.
Maria Lockhart, Kiera Eschete and Clarissa West each singled for Sumner.
Sumner (3-10)    020 012    — 5 3 6
George Stevens (10-4)    066 114    — 18 13 5

Pennartz and Leighton; Clapp and Theoharidis

Piscataquis 8, Lee Academy 5
At Guilford, Meagan Weeks hit two doubles, a single and drove in three runs to propel Piscataquis by Lee Academy.
Samara Hooper hit three singles and knocked in two runs for the Pirates. Maggie Abbott and Cory Fellows added two singles apiece.
Alaina Hamilton hit a two-run single for Lee Academy. Rachel Kerr and Ashley Dill each added an RBI single.
Lee Acad. (1-14)    010 120 1    — 5 5 3
PCHS (10-4)    221 201 x    — 8 13 4

Mallett and Dill; Burdin and Hoak

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