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Baseball, May 27 Scores and Highlights

Bangor Daily News


Bucksport 11, George Stevens 1
Camden Hills 14, Lincoln Acad. 9
Dexter 14, Schenck 1
Foxcroft Acad. 12, Piscataquis 1
Hermon 12, Central 4
John Bapst 6, Ellsworth 5
MDI 9, Old Town 0
Penobscot Valley 5, Lee 4
Presque Isle 28, Fort Kent 2 (5 inns.)
Shead 16, East Grand 1
Sumner 8, Narraguagus 6
Wisdom 11, Washburn 1 (5 inns.)
Sumner 8, Narraguagus 6
At East Sullivan, Joe Simmons hit three singles and a double with two RBIs to lead Sumner by Narraguagus.
Michael Crowley posted two singles, a double and an RBI for the Tigers. Joey Malloy hit two doubles with an RBI while Jacob Knowles added two singles and an RBI. Brendan Tenney and Dillan Harmon each singled.
Austin Shoppee, Gavin Andre and Kam Jordan hit two singles apiece for Narraguagus.
Narraguagus (5-10) 000 103 2 — 6 7 1
Sumner (5-9) 020 114 x — 8 14 2

Moore and Jordan; Crowley and Tenney

Hermon 12, Central 4
At Hermon, lefty Greg Hamlin spaced nine hits and Will Perkins drove in three runs with a two-run double and a solo homer as Hermon upended Central of Corinth.
Perkins’ double and RBI singles by Hamlin and Randy Allard keyed a six-run second inning that broke the game open.
Brad McCluskey had a double and two singles for the winners and drove in a run while Braddock Debay, Reid McGinley and Jesse Graffam had two singles each. Debay and Graffam each knocked in a run.
David Lord had three singles and an RBI for Central and Zach Kirlin had two singles.
Central (4-10) 101 011 0 — 4 9 6
Hermon (5-10) 260 112 x — 12 15 2

Caruso, Lord (6) and Kirlin; Hamlin and McCluskey

Foxcroft Acad. 12, Piscataquis 1
At Dover-Foxcroft, Kyo Nikame pitched a one-hitter with no earned runs and 10 strikeouts as Foxcroft Academy defeated Piscataquis of Guilford in five innings.
Nikame helped his own cause with a double, a single and two RBIs for the Ponies. Ryan Stroud hit two triples with three RBIs while Ian Champeon added a two-run single.
Nick Schmiedlehner hit a single in the first inning for Piscataquis.
PCHS (1-14) 100 00 — 1 1 2
Foxcroft (13-1) 354 0x — 12 10 1

Noble, Kand (4) and Bailey; Nikame and Coiley, Smith (3)

MDI 9, Old Town 0
At Mount Desert, Dennis O’Neil pitched a three-hitter and helped his own cause with a double, two singles and two RBIs to lead Mount Desert Island by Old Town.
Peter Logue posted three singles and an RBI for the Trojans. Taylor Stewart, Devin Young and Nick Shaw each added two singles and two RBIs.
Casey Estes hit a double for Old Town.
Old Town (7-7)    000 000 0    — 0 3 3
MDI (9-6)    025 002 x    — 9 14 2

Estes, Melmed (3) and Cross; O’Neil and Young

Camden Hills 14, Lincoln Acad. 9
At Newcastle on Wednesday, Thomas Kennedy collected three singles and two RBIs as Camden Hills defeated Lincoln Academy for its eighth straight win.
Adam Landwehr singled twice and knocked in three runs for the Windjammers. Isaac Grindle doubled and singled with two RBIs while Zach Dufour added two singles and two RBIs.
Brandon Reilly hit a grand slam to pace Lincoln Academy. Merritt Wotton and Everett Martin each added a home run. Ben McLain and Brandon Reilly each hit three singles.
Camden Hills (11-3)    400 026 2    — 14 15 5
Lincoln Acad. (10-5)    250 001 1    — 9 12 4
Dufour and Olehnik; Leeman, Cosgrove (6), Cheney (6), Riley (6), Bonney (7), Quinlan (7) and Lamb

Bucksport 11, George Stevens 1
At Bucksport, Tim Nason pitched a four-hitter to lead Bucksport by George Stevens Academy of Blue Hill in six innings.
The only run off him was unearned.
Nason helped his own cause with three singles and an RBI for the Golden Bucks. James Potter hit three singles while Ryan Bailey and Cody Farrell each added two singles. Tyler French and Tyler McAllian each had a single with two RBIs.
Nick Kane, Jesse Dow, Jared Reed and Josh Jones each hit a single for George Stevens.
George Stevens (4-11)    000 100    — 1 4 4
Bucksport (9-4)    000 533    — 11 13 2

Dow, Jones (5) and Crowe; Nason and Potter

Penobscot Valley 5, Lee 4
At Bangor’s Mansfield Stadium, Jacob Jones pitched a seven-hitter with 11 strikeouts and two walks and added three –singles to the Penobscot Valley offense as the Howlers held off Lee Academy.
Brody Libby added an RBI single for PVHS, which converted seven Lee errors into four unearned runs.
A.J. Harris singled twice for Lee, and also turned in a stellar relief pitching performance, allowing no runs on two hits with nine strikeouts and no walks over five innings.
Ryan Beers contributed an RBI double for the Pandas, who scored twice in the bottom of the seventh and stranded the tying run in scoring position.
Penobscot Valley (10-5)    410 000 0    — 5 7 2
Lee Acad. (6-9)    200 000 2    — 4 7 7

Jones and D. Hallett; Beers, Harris (3) and Harris, Beers (3)

Wisdom 11, Washburn 1
At St. Agatha, Pioneer pitchers Curtis Picard and Corey Paradis combined to no-hit the Beavers over five innings.
Picard struck out nine in 4 1/3  innings, and Paradis struck out one in 2/3 of an inning.
Picard also hit a double and single with an RBI, and Kody Chamberland added a double and two RBIs.
Washburn (2-13)    000 10    — 1 0 2
Wisdom (10-3)    341 3x    — 11 8 0

Farley, Pendexter (3) and Howe; Picard, Paradis (5) and Oakes, Albert (4)

Presque Isle 28, Fort Kent 2
At Fort Kent, Brennen Shaw slammed two homers, including a grand slam in the third inning, plus two doubles and a single and knocked in nine to pace the Wildcats.
Dillon Kingsbury contributed a three-run homer in the third and two singles, Matt Chasse posted a two-run homer in the first and Isaac Lajoie had a double, a single and an RBI for Presque Isle.
Kale O’Leary led the Warriors with two singles and an RBI, and Brady Lizotte singled with an RBI.
Presque Isle (10-3)    (11)0(12) 14    — 28 19 0
Fort Kent (6-7)    000 20    — 2 3 2

Shaw, Norton (4), Waddell (4), York (5) and Ford; Soucy, Nadeau (2) Paradis (4) and Paradis, Lizotte (4)

Katahdin 25, Ashland 0
At Stacyville, Mark McGraw drove in five runs with a three-run homer, double and single and Katahdin scored 15 first-inning runs en route to the victory.
Cody Cunningham and Mickey Savage each contributed two doubles and a single and three RBIs and Brandon Robinson doubled and singled.
Robinson, Cunningham and McGraw combined on a one-hitter.
Royce MacDonald singled for Ashland’s hit.
Ashland (3-10)    000 00    — 0 1 4
Katahdin (9-3)    (15)25 3x    — 25 19 0

Tarr, Beaulier (1) and Ward; Robinson, Cunningham (3), McGraw (5) and Savage, Birmingham (3), Savage (5)

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