May 31, Softball Scores and Highlights

Posted May 31, 2010, at 7:59 p.m.

Bangor 30, Lewiston 1 (5 Inn.)
Bangor Chr. 12, Schenck 0 (6 inn.)
Bucksport 5-9, Presque Isle 3-5
Calais 8, Jonesport-Beals 0
Central 34, Penquis 0 (5 inn.)
Edward Little 8, Hampden 5
Ellsworth 22-6, Caribou 0-2
Madawaska 14, Fort Fairfield 6
Stearns 16, Houlton 8
Woodland 20, Shead  0 (5 inn.)

Bucks sweep Presque Isle
At Presque Isle, Abby Yeo struck out 12 batters to lead Bucksport to 5-3 victory in the first game of a doubleheader and Rochelle Pelletier drove in three runs for a 9-5 win to complete the sweep in the second game.

  In the first game, Bailey Blair tripled, singled and drove in two runs for the Bucks and Mindy Pye added two singles.

  Alecia Palmer doubled, singled and drove in two runs for Presque Isle.

  In the second game, Pelletier doubled twice to pace the Bucks and Blair contributed a single, double, triple and two RBIs.

  Chandler Guerrette singled twice for Presque Isle.
(First Game)
Bucksport       202 100 0    — 5 4 1
Presque Isle    100 002 0    — 3 4 1

Yeo and Pye; Coffin and Richards
(Second Game)
Bucksport (11-4)     201 400 2    — 9 7 1
Presque Isle (6-9)    012 002 0    — 5 7 2

White, Yeo (4) and Hurd, Pye (4); Palmer, Coffin (4) and Richards

Woodland 20, Shead 0
At Woodland, Molly White drove in five runs with a grand slam and two singles and Shelby Bassett fired a three-hitter over 4½ innings, striking out eight and not walking anybody, as Woodland won its sixth straight.

  Marlene Flaherty and Ariel Knights each had a double and a single and combined to drive in five runs.

  Kristie Conti, Arika Mitchell and Megan Patterson singled for Shead. 
Shead (6-8)    000 00    — 0 3 2
Woodland (12-3)    746 3x    — 20 15 1

Stanhope and Conti; Bassett and Flaherty

Stearns 16, Houlton 8
At Houlton, Angela Levesque hit three singles, had an RBI and scored three runs as Stearns of Millinocket topped Houlton.

  Kristen Albert added two singles and three runs for the Minutemen. Becca Leavitt had two singles and three RBIs and Allysa Beaulieu doubled, singled and scored two runs.

  Marina Cameron singled three times for the Shiretowners. Madison Lezotte hit a two-run triple and Chelsi Murray hit a solo home run in the seventh.
Stearns (10-4)     221 323 3    — 16 13 4
Houlton (5-10)    200 023 1    — 8 9 5

Rollins, Levesque (6) and Albert; Sanderson and Hannigan

Calais 8, Jonesport-Beals 0
At Calais, Rachel Cundif and Alex McVicar combined for a two-hit shutout in leading Calais past Jonesport-Beals.

  Cundiff and McVicar had six strikeouts and three walks.

  Shannon Brown hit a two-run inside-the-park home run in the fourth. Nicole Osborne had two singles and two RBIs and Cundiff singled twice.

  Whitney Norton and Morgan Merchant singled for Jonesport-Beals.
Jonesport-Beals (3-12)    000 000 0    — 0 2 2
Calais (14-0)    010 700 x    — 8 7 0

Merchant and Norton; Cundiff, McVicar (5) and Wilkinson

Bangor Chr. 12, Schenck 0
At Bangor, freshman right-hander Beth DeCoste pitched her first no-hitter with nine strikeouts and two walks in Bangor Christian’s finale over Schenck of East Millinocket.

  Catherine Bragg hit a three-run triple to highlight the 10-run sixth inning for the Patriots. Whitney Holmes had a triple and two singles and Kristen Roemmich hit an RBI single.
Schenck (0-15)            000 000    — 0 0 5
Bangor Chr. (5-11)    100 10(10)    — 12 6 1

Tompkins and Nicholson; DeCoste and Bragg

Madawaska 14, Fort Fairfield 6
At Fort Fairfield, Erin Dugal hit a single, three triples and drove in five runs to lead Madawaska to victory over Fort Fairfield.

  Lindsay C. Lavoie singled four times for the Owls.

  Courtney Churchill had a double, single and an RBI for Fort Fairfield. Emily Weissman singled twice and knocked in a run.
Madawaska (2-11)    420 403 1    — 14 12 3
Fort Fairfield (4-11)    300 000 3    — 6 10 2

K. Dugal and L. J. Lavoie; Hebert and C. Churchill, S. Churchill (5)

Ellsworth sweeps Caribou
At Caribou, Ashley Smith hit two home runs and a double, knocked in five runs and scored four times to lead Ellsworth to a 22-0 win over Caribou in the first game.

  The Eagles also won the second game 6-2.

  In the first game, Tashia Daley hit a solo home run and two singles for Ellsworth. Anna Seavey added four singles, three runs and two RBIs.

  Jamie Martin, Ashley Doucette, Danielle Violette and Danielle Soucy singled for Caribou.

  In the second game, Cristin Wright and Heather Holt both singled twice for the Eagles. Lily Cooper doubled.

  Jamie Martin hit two singles for Caribou. Rebecca McDougal tripled and Emily Staples tallied eight strikeouts.
(First Game)
Ellsworth    451 (10)2    — 22 18 0
Caribou       000 00        — 0 4 3

Daley, Cravens (3) and Wright; Doucette, Walker (1) and Damboise
(Second Game)
Ellsworth (8-7)    200 013 0    — 6 10 0
Caribou (8-7)       010 000 1    — 2 6 0

Daley and Wright; Staples and Damboise

Central 34, Penquis 0
At Corinth, Alix Rudzinski pitched a one-hitter while notching eight strikeouts and issuing four walks, but also had three singles and three RBIs to lead the Central Red Devils past Penquis of Milo.

  Kaitlinn Stymest had three singles, a double and six RBIs to pace Central. Katie Day had a double, single, and two RBIs for the Red Devils.

  Brooke McLaughlin’s two-out single in the fifth foiled Rudzinski’s no-hit bid.
Penquis (2-10)    000 00    — 0  1 2
Central (12-3)    (25)52 20    — 34 16 0

Downing, Newman (1), Bess (2), Downing (4) and Weston; Rudzinski and Trafton

Bangor 30, Lewiston 1
At Lewiston, Eliza Estabrook had a triple, two singles, and four RBIs for the Bangor Rams as they closed out their regular season with a 15-1 record.

  Jade Baumrind had three singles and three RBIs while Stephanie Comstock and Jeri Cosgrove each had two singles and two RBIs for the Rams.

  Katie Damais and Marissa Vanoni each singled for the Blue Devils.
Bangor (15-1)    (14)61 81    — 30 17 0
Lewiston (0-16)    100 00    —  1  2 9

Bedore, Lewis (4) and Cosgrove; Dumais, Roy (2) and Sullivan

Edward Little 8, Hampden 5
At Hampden, Kayla Nadeau hit a two-run single to highlight a four-run second inning that helped propel Edward Little of Auburn past Hampden Academy on Senior Night.

  Miranda Martin had two singles and an RBI while recording the win and seven strikeouts for Edward Little. Melissa Paione singled twice.

  Senior Brittany Luetjen hit an RBI double in the sixth for the Broncos. Ashley Danforth and Kathryn Gilio each doubled and singled and Olivia Wilson added a run-scoring single.
Edward Little (12-4)    041 021 0    — 8 7 2
Hampden (5-11)          201 002 0    — 5 7 3

Martin and Prue; Melanson and MacDougall

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