Baseball, May 26 Scores and Highlights

Posted May 26, 2010, at 8:01 p.m.

RESULTS
HIGH SCHOOL

Bangor 12, Skowhegan 2 (5 inn.)
Bangor Christian 9, Dexter 1
Brewer 7, Erskine 1
Fort Kent 17, LCS/MSSM 3
Hampden 11, Messalonskee 10 (8 inn.)
Machias 10, Narraguagus 8
Madawaska 14, Central Aroostook 5
Medomak 4, Rockland 3
Nokomis 10, MCI 2
Shead 4, Jonesport-Beals 2
Southern Aroostook 10, Greater Houlton Christian Acad. 1
Washburn 7, Ashland 6
Washington Acad. 7, Woodland 0
Wisdom 12, Van Buren 2 (5 inn.)
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Madawaska 14, Central Aroostook 5
At Madawaska, the Owls took a huge step toward securing a postseason berth by handing Central Aroostook of Mars Hill just its second loss of the spring.
The win also was the 100th of Vincent Vanier’s coaching tenure at Madawaska.
The Owls rallied from a 4-0 deficit with five runs in the third, as Deejay Gendreau hit a two-run single and Kirk Michaud followed with a two-run triple.
Michaud added a two-run single, while Jeff Cyr tripled and doubled with three RBIs and Andrew Deschenes doubled and singled with two RBIs.
Gendreau, a junior righthander, pitched a complete game with four strikeouts and four walks.
Logan Thomas hit a two-run triple for Central Aroostook, while Mitch Folsom sin-gled twice and Dan Brewer doubled.
Cen. Aroostook (12-2) 031 010 0 — 5 5 9
Madawaska (9-5) 005 450 x — 14 11 4

McLaughlin, Folsom (4), K. Brewer (5) and Folsom, Grass (4), Folsom (5); Gendreau and Thibeault

Southern Aroostook 10, GHCA 1
At Dyer Brook, Patrick Goodall pitched a complete-game one-hitter as Southern Aroostook defeated Greater Houlton Christian Academy.
Goodall struck out nine batters and walked just three.
Travis Casey hit a first-inning grand slam to get the Warriors off to a fast start, and he also singled.
Anthony Diaferio and Jesse Boulier each singled twice for Southern Aroostook.
Andrew Little’s bunt single in the second inning was Greater Houlton Christian’s lone hit.
Gr. Houlton Chr. (5-9) 001 000 0 — 1 1 3
So. Aroostook (12-1) 421 201 0 — 10 8 2

Strabel, Duff (4) and Duff, Campbell (4); Goodall and Robinson

Machias 10, Narraguagus 8
At Machias, Jacob Scoville doubled and singled with two RBIs in the first inning alone as Machias scored eight early runs en route to victory.
Sam Whitney and Brian Getchell each added a two-run single for Machias in the bot-tom of the first, and Getchell later added a two-run homer in the bottom of the fifth af-ter Narraguagus of Harrington had rallied within 8-7.
Kam Jordan led Narraguagus with a home run, triple and four RBIs, while Austin Schoppe doubled and singled with an RBI, Matt Moore singled twice and Ryan Hatt homered.
Narraguagus (5-9) 200 051 0 — 8 11 3
Machias (6-6) 800 020 x — 10 9 3

Jordan and Dublin; Richards, Scoville (4), Whitney (6) and Hooper

Nokomis 10, MCI 2
At Newport, Derek Amoroso’s two-run single in the bottom of the first inning sparked a three-run rally that propelled Nokomis past Maine Central Institute of Pitts-field.
Amoroso also doubled and finished with three RBIs, while Justin Amoroso singled and scored two runs for the Warriors.
Jared Seamans pitched a complete-game five-hitter for Nokomis, backed by an error-less defense.
Casey Egerton tripled with an RBI for MCI, while Nick Cook added a double.
MCI (1-13) 011 000 0 — 2 5 2
Nokomis (5-9) 310 132 x — 10 7 0

Crocker, Dennis (5), Izami (6) and Fortin; Seamans and Ludden

Washington Acad. 7, Woodland 0
At Woodland, the visiting Raiders of East Machias took advantage of five Woodland errors to earn the victory.
Bryce Colbeth doubled and Toby Woods singled for Washington Academy.
Jordan Perry hit a single for Woodland.
Washington Acad. (10-4) 032 010 1 – 7 5 1
Woodland (5-8) 000 000 0 – 0 1 5

Sawyer, Woods (4), Colbeth (7) and Lenfesty; Perry and Brown

Medomak 4, Rockland 3
At Waldoboro, Reed Dillon doubled and singled to knock in a run as Medomak Val-ley edged Rockland.
Steven Genthner added a triple and a single for the Panthers.
Luke Morrill tripled in two runs for Rockland.
Rockland (5-9) 003 000 0 – 3 6 3
Medomak (7-7) 101 020 x – 4 6 0

Widdecombe and Nelson; Osier and Genthner

Bangor 12, Skowhegan 2
At Bangor, Kyle Savage hit a three-run home run and added two singles as unde-feated Bangor won in five innings.
Cody McInnis had three singles and three RBIs for the Rams and Jacques Larochelle two doubles and a single. Dylan Morris added a double and a single.
Alec Hayden singled in both of Skowhegan’s runs.
Skowhegan (3-12) 002 00 – 2 4 2
Bangor (15-0) 410 43 – 12 14 2

Billington and Ametti; Stanevicz, Worcester (5) and Morris

Washburn 7, Ashland 6
At Ashland, Jordan McLaughlin doubled home a run in the top of the seventh and Sal Viola added a sacrifice fly as the Beavers scored twice to earn the victory.
McLaughlin scored twice in the game for Washburn, while Viola doubled and Nick Bragg hit a two-run double in the sixth to help the Beavers rally from an early 6-1 defi-cit.
Royce MacDonald doubled twice and scored twice for Ashland. Amos Ward singled twice with an RBI, whiel Lucas Hafford singled twice and scored a run.
Washburn (2-11)    010 013 2     — 7 6 1
Ashland (3-9)    402 000 0     — 6 13 2

T. Viola, K. McLaughlin (7) and Howe; MacDonald, Ward (2), Beaulieu (3), Hafford (4), Libby (5), MacDonald (6) and Beau-lieu, Ward (3)

Wisdom 12, Van Buren 2
At St. Agatha, Kody Chamberland pitched a four-hitter and his host Wisdom Pio-neers gave him all the runs he’d need in the first two innings.
Curtis Picard had a triple, single and one RBI for the Pioneers. Rocky Chamberland added two singles and Dustin Guerrette an RBI double.
A.J. Edgecomb had a double, single and RBI for Van Buren.
Van Buren (3-10)    200 00    —  2  4 0
Wisdom (9-3)    223 5x    — 12 10 0

Edgecomb, Theriault (3) and Vaillancourt; Chamberland and Albert

Fort Kent 17, LCS/MSSM 3
At Fort Kent, Jared Soucy homered, doubled twice, singled and drove home five runs as Fort Kent earned the five-inning win.
Brandon Hartt tripled twice with six RBIs for the winners, while Charlie Nadeau singled twice.
Austin Smith singled twice and Zach Cote singled with an RBI for Limestone Community School/Maine School of Science and Mathematics.
LCS/MSSM (2-9)    010 02    — 3 3 5
Fort Kent (6-6)    280 43    — 17 14 3

Whitehead, Tucker (4) and Morgan; Soucy, Paradis (2), Nadeau (3), Levesque (4), O’Leary (5) and Paradis, Soucy (2) and Lizotte (4)

Hampden 11, Messalonskee 10
At Oakland, Connor Perry scored the winning run when freshman Cooper Antone’s infield single was thrown away with two outs in the top of the eighth as the Broncos earned the extra-inning win.
Perry and Ryan Blake each singled to give Hampden runners at first and second with one out. After a strikeout, Antone beat out an infield hit and when the throw to first went awry Perry scored.
Cody Miller hit a three-run homer for the Broncos, while Justin Rodgerson doubled and singled twice, Matt Lindemann singled twice and scored three runs and Ryan Bla

ke singled twice and scored twice.
Dylan Foster led Messalonskee with a double, two singles and three RBIs, while Sam Dexter singled twice with three RBIs.
Hampden (6-8)    052 300 01     — 11 16 1
Messalonskee (8-6)    102 104 20     — 10 13 1

Perry, Knight (4), Miller (7) and Miller, Antone (7); Wrigley, J. Landry (2), Foster (5) and Tinsman

Brewer 7, Erskine 1
At Brewer, Dylan Oxley doubled, singled and scored two runs as the Witches de-feated Erskine Academy of South China.
Tyler Libby singled in two runs while Eric White added an RBI double for Brewer.
Ryan Pulver, Tom Grady and Matt White each singled for Erskine.
Erskine (1-13)    000 100 0    — 1 3 3
Brewer (10-4)    012 103 x    — 7 7 2

Belanger and Wood; T. White, McLain (4) and Oxley

Bangor Christian 9, Dexter 1
At Bangor, Tyler Alexander hit three doubles, drove home three runs and scored three times to lead Bangor Christian.
Brad Wilcox added two singles, four stolen bases and four runs scored in support of pitcher Andrew Harvey, who threw a five-hitter with five strikeouts.
Casey Jordan singled twice for Dexter.
Dexter (2-12)    000 000 1    — 1 5 5
Bangor Chr. (8-7)    330 102 x    — 9 10 1

Graffam, Crane (5) and MacDonald, Graffam (5); Harvey and Alexander

Shead 4, Jonesport-Beals 2
At Jonesport, Tyler Mitchell’s two-run double highlighted a three-run fourth inning that carried the Tigers past the Royals.
Ryan Bowen added a double, two singles and two RBIs, while Timmy Barnes struck out 12 and walked one.
Andrew Beal posted a double and an RBI for Jonesport-Beals, which had the bases loaded with two outs in the seventh but was unable to score. Cadon Merchant contrib-uted two singles and an RBI, and Matt Alley had two singles.
Shead (11-2)    000 301 0    — 4 7 2
Jonesport-Beals (4-10)    000 101 0    — 2 7 3

Barnes and Garnett; Beal and Alley

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