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Softball, May 26 Scores and Highlights

Bangor Daily News


Bangor Christian 24, Dexter 12 (6 inn.)
Brewer 1, Erskine 0
Central Aroostook 12, Madawaska 10
Fort Kent 10, LCS/MSSM 8
Medomak 14, Rockland 1
Messalonskee 8, Hampden 5
Narraguagus 24, Machias 9 (5 inns.)
Nokomis 7, MCI 2
Shead 18, Jonesport-Beals 9
Skowhegan 3, Bangor 0
Woodland 5, Washington Acad. 4
Central Aroostook 12, Madawaska 10
At Mars Hill, Chelsea Hartin’s two-run single with the bases loaded in the bottom of the sixth drove home the winning runs as Central Aroostook rallied for the victory.
Hartin’s hit capped off a five-run rally by the Panthers, and she also doubled during the contest.
Machaela King hit two triples with three RBIs for the winners, while winning pitcher Kristen Long singled twice with two RBIs.
Kelly Dugal had three doubles and three RBIs for Madawaska, while Nicole Cyr dou-bled and singled twice and Amanda Nadeau singled with an RBI.
Madawaska (1-10) 600 121 0 — 10 12 1
Central Aroostook (8-5) 101 505 x — 12 11 7

Dugal and Lavoie; Mosher, Long (1) and King

Shead 18, Jonesport-Beals 9
At Jonesport, Cassie Barnes doubled and singled with four RBIs as Shead of Eastport earned the victory.
The Tigerettes scored 11 runs in the top of the first inning to put the game away.
Winning pitcher Cassandra Stanhope singled twice with two RBIs for Shead, while Vanessa Patterson singled twice with one RBI.
Erin Crowley tripled and singled for Jonesport-Beals, while Robbi Carver singled twice with three RBIs and Desiree Beal also singled twice.
Shead (6-6) (11)10 222 0 — 18 8 2
Jonesport-Beals 016 001 1 — 9 6 5

Stanhope and Conti; L. Beal and Norton

Nokomis 7, MCI 2
At Newport, Jessica Kent-Webber pitched a complete-game five-hitter and added two singles and a double as Nokomis earned the victory over Maine Central Institute of Pittsfield.
Sabrina Vaillancourt added a solo home run for the Warriors, while Heidi Wyman tripled and scored a run and Marissa Shaw doubled.
Victoria Drake led MCI with two singles and two runs scored.
MCI (7-7) 001 000 1 — 2 5 1
Nokomis (7-7) 013 102 x — 7 9 3

Kennedy and Smedburg; Kent-Webber and Perry

Brewer 1, Erskine 0
At Brewer, Amy Curry’s bases-loaded single with two out in the bottom of the sev-enth drove home Amy Adams to give the Witches the victory.
Adams opened the inning with a bunt single before pinch-hitter Deaven Smith sin-gled. Lindsay Houp drew a one-out walk to load the bases before Curry lined a hit to right field over the drawn-in outfielder to plate the winning run.
Erskine nearly scored in the fourth inning, getting a runner to second base. Carleigh Wilson then singled to center, but Brewer center fielder Morgan Small threw Sam Morse out at the plate to preserve the scoreless tie.
Morgan Haradon doubled and singled for Brewer, while Curry and Emily Cox each singled twice. Wilson singled twice for Erskine Academy of South China.
Amanda Ryan scattered six hit on the mound for Brewer with seven strikeouts and one walk. Morse struck out five and walked one for Erskine
Erskine Acad. (10-4)    000 000 0     — 0 6 0
Brewer (9-5)    000 000 1     — 1 9 1

Morse and Bond; Ryan and Nickerson

Messalonskee 8, Hampden 5
At Oakland, the Messalonskee Eagles were outhit 13-5, but took advantage of five er-rors and timely hitting to notch the victory.
Juliana Fekete and Kate Vogel each doubled for the Eagles.
Kathryn Gilio had two doubles, a single and an RBI to lead Hampden Academy. Brit-tany Luetjen added two doubles and an RBI while Olivia Plaisted and Kristi Melanson each had a double, single, and one RBI.
Hampden (5-9)    010 000 4    — 5 13 5
Messalonskee (6-8)    041 300 x    — 8  5 1

Melanson and Plaisted, MacDougal (5); Garland, Smith (7) and Fekete

Bangor Christian 24, Dexter 12
At Bangor, Whitney Holmes hit a solo home run and also singled while driving in four runs to lead Bangor Christian past Dexter.
Kaylen Pellegrini singled three times with three RBIs for the Patriots while Abby Vicnaire had two singles and an RBI and Brittany O’Kelly had three singles and two RBIs.
Maicee Gustin led Dexter with three singles and two RBIs while Jordyn Bell had two singles and an RBI.
Dexter (6-8)    220 170    12 6 1
Bangor Christian (4-11)    034 (11)24   
24 11 5
Crane and Ponte; Roemmich, DeCoste (5) and Bragg

Narraguagus 24, Machias 9
At Machias, Andrea Perry hit for the cycle and drove in six runs to guide Narra-guagus of Harrington past Machias.
Perry had two-run homers in the first and second innings along with a triple, double and single. Natashia Boada had a triple, double and two singles for four RBIs.
Sarah Smith and Serena Watson each had a single and two RBIs for the Bulldogs.
Narraguagus (7-7)    (13)50 15    — 24 29 0
Machias (1-11)    004 32    — 9 2 2

Perry, K. Collora (5) and L. Collora; Bourque, McCurdy (1) and Reynolds, Mosley (2)

Woodland 5, WA Raiders 4
At Woodland, Shelby Bassett allowed six hits while notching 12 strikeouts and issu-ing four walks, and her Dragons scored a run in the bottom of the eighth to edge Wash-ington Academy of East Machias.
Ariel Knights led off the bottom of the eighth with a double to center and scored on Terra Cochran’s single to right.
Cochran also hit an RBI single and Knights added a single.
Kelly Sawyer and Andi Flannery each had a pair of singles while Sawyer added an RBI.
Washington Acad. (8-6)    000 110 20    — 4 6 2
Woodland (11-3)    020 002 01    — 5 93

Davis and Corey; Bassett and Flaherty

Fort Kent 10, LCS/MSSM 8
At Fort Kent, Emily Bard pitched a six-hitter while striking out eight batters and walking three to lead the Warriors to a pointworthy win over Limestone Community School/Maine School of Science and Mathematics.
Lexie Desjardins had two singles and an RBI for the Warriors. Michaela Desjardins had an RBI single and Katelyn Roy added a double.
Hattie Walsh belted a two-out, three-run home run in the top of the seventh to get the Eagles within two, but Bard notched the third out on a grounder back to the circle after giving up back-to-back singles. Chelsea Leighton had two singles and an RBI.
LCS/MSSM (9-2)    102 001 4    —  8 6 6
Fort Kent (9-3)    126 001 x    — 10 9 4

Cote and St. Pierre; Bard and Desjardins

Medomak 14, Rockland 1
At Waldoboro, Lindsey Ranquist doubled, singled and drove in four runs to help the Panthers win.
Heidi Obuchon chipped in with three singles and two RBIs for the winners and Kayla Santheson had a single and two RBIs. Santheson also earned the pitching win as she allowed only two hits in five innings while striking out six and walking one.
Zoey Proctor singled and drove in a run for Rockland.

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