Hines, Harvey leads Penquis by Steamboat

Hampden Riverdog Justin Amoroso misses the ball as Bangor's Neal Lewis slides into home plate during this rundonw play at Hampden on Tuesday, June 22, 2010. SPORTS DESK please note. The runner #12 cut between #7 and the ball so therefore cut the intended receiver off. #7 did not have possesion of the ball. He is reaching for it in this image. (Bangor Daily News/Kevin Bennett)
Hampden Riverdog Justin Amoroso misses the ball as Bangor's Neal Lewis slides into home plate during this rundonw play at Hampden on Tuesday, June 22, 2010. SPORTS DESK please note. The runner #12 cut between #7 and the ball so therefore cut the intended receiver off. #7 did not have possesion of the ball. He is reaching for it in this image. (Bangor Daily News/Kevin Bennett)
Posted June 22, 2010, at 9:53 p.m.

     SEARSPORT – Grant Hines hit a two-run single to highlight a seven-run fourth inning as the Penquis Navigators of Dover-Foxcroft topped the Steamboat Paddlers of Waldo County 9-5 in American Legion baseball action Tuesday.

  Hines finished with two singles and three RBIs for Penquis while Nick Harvey hit two singles and a solo home run.

  Cody Raven paced Steamboat with a two-run home run and a double. Josiah Brazier, Derrick Bernosky and Evan Kingsbury added two singles apiece.
Penquis (2-3)         011 700 0    — 9 10 2
Steamboat (1-4)    300 020 0    — 5 11 3

Harvey, Hines (7) and Kirlin; Neally, Cook (3), Bernosky (7) and Steinort

Motor City 6, Calais 3

  At Calais, Casey Estes hit two singles, a triple, drove in a run and scored three times to spark Motor City of Bangor past the Calais Suns.

  Chris Hammond chipped in with three singles and an RBI for Motor City.

  Bryce Colbeth posted four singles and an RBI to pace Calais. Ryan Schoppee singled twice while Tim Barnes tripled. Adam Geel added an RBI single.
Motor City (1-3)    103 020 0    — 6 7 1
Calais (1-3)            010 011 0    — 3 11 2

McBurnie, Theriault (7) and LeBreton; Woods, Brown (6) and Pottle

Brewer 8, Acadians 3

  At Brewer, Kyle McLain threw 6¤ innings of four-hit, three-run ball and belted a run-scoring double in a six-run fourth inning to lead Brewer past the Acadians of Blue Hill.

  McLain struck out six and walked three before Ryan Bailey came on to get the final two outs. Bailey allowed a pair of hits.

  Nolan Hall doubled twice for the Acadians and had an RBI.
Acadians (2-2)    200 000 1     — 3 6 4
Brewer (3-0)        020 600 x     — 8 6 3

Dickinson, Carlin (5), Kane (6) and Carter; McLain, Bailey (7) and Richards

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