Atcherson lifts Machias to District 1 final

Hampden's Kyle Townsend, right, swings and misses as Old Town's catcher John Kenneway, left, gloves the ball during first inning action on Tuesday, July 13, 2010 at Bangor. (Bangor Daily News/Kevin Bennett)
Hampden's Kyle Townsend, right, swings and misses as Old Town's catcher John Kenneway, left, gloves the ball during first inning action on Tuesday, July 13, 2010 at Bangor. (Bangor Daily News/Kevin Bennett)
Posted July 13, 2010, at 11:01 p.m.

    BAR HARBOR – Hannah Atcherson had two doubles and two RBIs and Elizabeth Wood two singles to drive in two runs as Machias advanced to today’s District 1 softball final with a 14-8 victory over Acadian in a 9-10 all-star game Tuesday.

Elysa Eldridge had four singles with an RBI and Alexis Prescott an RBI single for Machias.

Dorry Lemoine singled twice with an RBI while Jessica Dominy singled in a run for Acadian.

Machias (1-1)    125 042    — 14 13 3

Acadian (0-2)    014 102    — 8 9 7

Wood and Steeves; Chamberlain and Lemoine

    District 1, 10-11

Bucksport 22, Ellsworth 1

At Ellsworth, Dylan Robbins, Noah Lenor and Matt Vincent combined to allow just one run on three hits as Bucksport rolled past Ellsworth for the District 1 10-11 championship.

Lenor hit two singles and a double to lead Bucksport. Tyler Hayes doubled and singled with two RBIs while Vincent added a double, a single and an RBI.

Troy Folmer, Ryan Jordan and Caleb Spoon each singled for Ellsworth.
    Ellsworth (0-2)    000 1    — 1 3

Bucksport (2-0)    485 5    — 22 11

Mahon, Folmer (2) and Jordan; Robbins, Lenor (3), Vincent (4) and Hayes

    District 3, 11-12

Lincoln 6, Houlton 0

At Houlton, Trevor Delaite and Takoda McGraw combined on a four-hit shutout as Lincoln topped Houlton.

Delaite struck out 12 for Lincoln and helped his own cause with two doubles, a home run and five RBIs.

Parker Brewer paced Houlton with a double and a single while Garrett Putnam added a double.
    Houlton (2-2)    000 000    — 0 4

Lincoln (3-1)    102 03x    — 6 6

Tuttle, Cowperthwaite (5) and Cowperthwaite, Dee (4); Delaite, McGraw (5) and Batchelder

    Bangor East 5, Brewer 4

At Houlton, Nick Moore hit a bases loaded, one-out single in the bottom of the sixth inning to drive in the winning run as Bangor East defeated Brewer.

Moore collected four singles for Bangor East. Ethan Dorman singled twice while Joey Moir and Tyler Mallory-MacDonald each hit a double.

Logan Rogerson doubled and singled to pace Brewer.
    Brewer    201 010    — 4 8 3

Bangor East    121 001    — 5 10 1

Rogerson, St. Thomas (5) and Friel; Brookings, Reading (4), R. Moore (6) and Lewis, Crichton (4)

    District 3, 9-10

Bangor East 17, Sebasticook 9

At Houlton, Kyle McCue hit an inside-the-park grand slam and an RBI single to spark Bangor East by Sebasticook.

Nick Chrichton hit three singles for Bangor East. Zach Ireland singled twice while Noah Missbrenner added a triple.

Josh Smested hit two singles to pace Sebasticook. Jake Bagley chipped in with a two-run single.
    Bangor East (6-1)    207 800    — 17 11

Sebasticook (3-2)    016 200    — 9 7

Tappan, Smart (3), Robertson (3), Budd (3), Ireland (4) and McCue; Rice, Perry (3), Bagley (5) and Hartsgrove

    Junior League, District 3

Hampden 16, Holbrook 10

At Bangor, Hampden scored six runs on just two hits in the fifth to rally into tonight’s championship game.

Kyle Clifford led the way with a double and single and two RBIs for Hampden while Robert Stowe drove in two more runs with a double. Reed Pozzy contributed an RBI double.

Shawn Curran plated three runs with a triple to lead Holbrook.
    Hampden (3-1)    002 266 0    — 16 13 3

Holbrook (4-2)    050 202 1    — 10 6 3

Quigley, Ward (4), Pozzy (6), Good (6) and Clifford; Curran, Peters (5), Spear (6) and Babson

    District 3, 10-11

Old Town 12, Hampden 8

At Bangor West, Seth Lacadie had a double and a single and Cam Sullivan a double as Old Town advanced to the championship game.

Chad Bartlett singled twice for the winnrs.

Ben Huston tripled and singled to pace Hampden while Jackson Gilmore had a double and two singles.
    Old Town (3-0)    000 390    — 12 11 1

Hampden (2-1)    022 220    — 8 11 2

Ouellette, Bartlett (3) and Kenneway; Gilmore, Laban (5), Townsend (6) and Huston

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