May 29, Softball Scores and Highlights

Posted May 30, 2010, at 10:10 p.m.

Caribou 4-7, John Bapst 3-6 (1st game, 8 inns.)
Deer Isle-Stonington 19-15, Schenck 0-3
Foxcroft Acad. 8, Searsport 3
Mattanawcook 2, Ellsworth 1
Old Town 7, Orono 2

Caribou sweeps John Bapst
At Caribou, Jordyn Doucette singled and eventually scored the winning run on a passed ball in the bottom of the eighth inning as the Vikings won the first game of the doubleheader against the Crusaders.
Caribou won the second game 7-6.
In Game 1, Ashley Doucette singled twice and knocked in two runs for Caribou. Rebecca McDougal tripled and singled.
Riley Boyle hit three singles to lead John Bapst of Bangor. Katie Hammond and Abby Marvin each singled twice.
In Game 2, Jamie Martin and Doucette each rapped three singles to pace the Vikings.
Danielle Soucy doubled and singled for the winners.
Katie Hammond led John Bapst with three singles. Mandy Webb tripled and singled, while Abby Marvin and Darby Paul posted two singles each.
(First Game)
John Bapst    000 030 000    — 3 12 2
Caribou    002 000 11    — 4   6 0

Jordan and Gilmore; Doucette, Staples (8) and Plane
(Second Game)
John Bapst (4-12)    010 120 2    — 6 12 4
Caribou (8-5)    000 142 x    — 7 10 2

Jordan and Gilmore; Staples and Plante, Damboise (2)

Mattanawcook 2, Ellsworth 1
At Lincoln, Tayla Trask singled in two runs in the bottom of the third inning as the Lynx edged Ellsworth.
Trask also scattered one run on five hits for Mattanawcook.
Giulia Frugoni singled in Ellsworth’s lone run.
Ellsworth (6-7)    010 000 0    — 1 5 0
Mattanawcook (13-2)    002 000 x    — 2 5 1

Daley and C. Wright; Trask and Gulesian

DI-Stonington sweeps Schenck
At East Millinocket, Sydney Outzs and Britnie Jones each pitched one-hitters as the visiting Mariners swept Schenck 19-0 and 15-3.
In the first game, Outzs compiled 10 strikeouts while Jones hit a three-run homer and RBI single for Deer-Isle Stonington.
Shiann Closson tripled in a run while Outzs contributed two singles and three RBIs for the Mariners.
Maxine Burleigh singled for Schenck.
In the second game, Mariah Nutter doubled in a run and singled home another to help DI-S earn the sweep.
Emily Cormier hit a two-run single and Holly Brewer had two singles and an RBI for the Mariners.
Kaprice Tompkins hit a sacrifice fly and singled for Schenck.
(First Game)
DI-Stonington    198 01    — 19 16 0
Schenck    000 00    —   0   1 2

Outzs, Brown (5) and Garcia, Boutilier (5); Tompkins and Nicholson
(Second Game)
Schenck (0-14)    010 02    —   3   1 7
DI-Stonington (14-1)    690 0x    — 15 10 3

Hanington, Tompkins (2) and Nicholson, K. Burleigh (3); B. Jones and A. Jones, Brown (2), A. Jones (4)

Foxcroft Acad. 8, Searsport 3
At Searsport, Sam Snyder hit two doubles, scored a run and drove in a run to lead Foxcroft Academy by Searsport.
Amanda Crocker hit a two-run double and a single for the Ponies while Lauren Parsons added two singles and an RBI.
Christin Chase hit three singles to pace Searsport. Kelli Smith chipped in with a double, a single and an RBI.
Foxcroft (12-3)    103 003 1    — 8 9 1
Searsport (4-11)    000 300 0    — 3 6 6

Boss and Snyder; Quigley and Smith

Medomak 2, Lincoln Acad. 0
At Waldoboro, Kayla Santheson pitched a two-hitter with eight strikeouts and no walks to lead Me-domak Valley by Lincoln Academy of Newcastle.
Jessica Koon hit two singles and knocked in a run in the third inning for the Panthers. Kasey Benner added a sacrifice fly in the sixth inning.
Amelia Pennington and Anna Budrow each singled for Lincoln Academy.
Lincoln Acad.    000 000 0    — 0 2 2
Medomak    001 001 x    — 2 7 3

Old Town 7, Orono 2
At Orono, Amy Cossar hit a solo home run as Old Town rolled past Orono.
Whitney Buck contributed two singles and three RBIs for the Coyotes.
Jill Tuell doubled and singled for Orono.
Old Town (11-4)    310 020 1    — 7 6 0
Orono (7-8)    000 100 1    — 2 5 2

Morin ,Gastia (4) and Buck; Foster and Fox

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