June 23, 2018
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High school roundup: McKay, Shaw lead MDI softball sweep


BAR HARBOR — The Mount Desert Island Trojans got dominant pitching efforts out of Jamie McKay and Hannah Shaw to knock off Presque Isle 7-2 and 5-2 in a Saturday high school softball doubleheader.
In the first game, McKay pitched a three-hitter while striking out 12 batters and walking just three. Courtney Sullivan led the offense with a double and a single. Shaw hit two singles.
Alecia Palmer singled twice for the Wildcats.
In the second game, Shaw pitched a two-hitter while striking out 10 and walking four. McKay led the offense this time around with a triple, a double, a single and one RBI. Shaw tripled and Danika Kane singled twice.
Courtney Colligan and Palmer singled for the only hits.

(First Game)
Presque Isle |100|000|1 — 2 3 3

MDI |302|020|x — 7 6 1

Palmer, Colligan (5) and Theriault; McKay and Walls

(Second Game)
Presque Isle |001|001|0 — 2 2 2

MDI |002|120|x — 5 7 1

Colligan and Theriault; Shaw and Walls

Calais sweeps Hodgdon

At Calais, Rachel Cundiff and Paige Gillespie each fired a one-hitter as the Blue Devils swept the Hawks by scores of 26-3 and 25-1.
In the opener, Cundiff struck out 12 in five innings and was supported by 19 hits, including a double, three singles and four RBIs from Allison Hill. Meaghan Cavanaugh singled three times and scored four runs while Jenn Ross hit a triple and a single with three RBIs for Calais (5-0).
Mya Gardiner singled for 0-2 Hodgdon’s only hit.
In the second game, Gillespie struck out nine in five innings and hit a double and a single to lead the Blue Devils. Shannon Brown plated four runs with a double and a single, and Emily McCadden had two singles and an RBI.
Karissa Harris singled for the Hawks.

(First Game)

Hodgdon |002|10| — 3 1 6

Calais |(11)77|1x| — 26 19 1

Quint, Palmer (2) and Welton; Cundiff and Brown

(Second Game)

Hodgdon |001|00| — 1 1 4

Calais |345|(12)1| — 25 18 1

Quint, Rockwell (4), Ryan (5) and Ryan, Rockwell (5); Gillespie and Brown

MA Lynx 3, Old Town 0

At Old Town, pinch hitter Taylor Hawkins slammed a two-out, three-run home run in the sixth inning to break a scoreless tie and give the Lynx the victory.
Taylor Trask fired a four-hit shutout for Mattanawcook Academy of Lincoln (1-1). She struck out 10 and walked two.
Morgan Russell doubled for the Lynx.
Meaghan Cousins, Suzie Outman, Annie Cashon and Mikayla Hussey singled for Old Town (1-2) behind Kendra Hayward, who scattered five hits with eight strikeouts and did not walk a batter.

Mattanawcook |000|003|0 — 3 5 0

Old Town |000|000|0 — 0 4 1

Trask and Gulesian; Hayward and Trembley

Brewer 8, Mt. Blue 0

At Brewer, Emily Cox, Morgan Haradon and Kelly Hatt combined on a two-hit shutout as Brewer defeated Mt. Blue of Farmington.
Lindsay Hoop doubled, singled and knocked in a run for the Witches. Deavan Smith singled twice while Molly Chapman chipped in with an RBI single and a run scored.
Hannah Allen and Marcie Smith each hit a single for the Cougars.

Mt. Blue |000|000|0 — 0 2 5

Brewer |003|202|x — 8 9 0

Howard and Allen; Cox, Haradon (6), Hatt (7) and Nickerson

LCS/MSSM 19, Ashland 7

At Limestone, the Eagles scored nine runs in the first inning on their way to victory over the Hornets.

Chelsea Leighton stroked a triple and two singles for Limestone Community School/Maine School of Science and Mathematics (3-0). Audra Kirk and Karen Page each knocked in three runs with a double and a single.

Anna Paradis paced Ashland (1-1) with two doubles, a single and an RBI. Whitney Donovan socked two doubles.

Ashland |110|14| —   7  9 2

LCS/MSSM |960|31| — 19 13 4

Donovan, Paradis (4) and LaBelle; Allen and Albert

Fort Kent sweeps Houlton

At Houlton, Michela Desjardins singled twice in each game and added an RBI in the opener as the Warriors took both ends of a doubleheader from the Shiretowners by scores of 14-3 and 9-7.
In Game 1, Jess Walker and Natalie Michaud each contributed two singles and an RBI in an 11-hit attack for Fort Kent (2-1).
Megan Hannigan singled twice with an RBI and Abby Kinens singled and scored twice for Houlton (0-4).
In the second game, Mary-Grace Marris posted two singles and scored three runs. Jess Walker added a single and two RBIs for Fort Kent, which scored four runs in the sixth to overcome a 7-4 deficit.
Hannigan hit three singles (1 RBI) for the Shires. Taylor Bailey plated two runs with a triple and a single and Alaina Stewart had two singles and two RBIs.

(First Game)

Fort Kent |252|200|3 — 14 11 3

Houlton |101|010|0 — 3 4 5

Bard and Walker; Bailey and Hannigan
(Second Game)

Houlton |003|022|0 — 7 11 5

Fort Kent |220|004|x — 9 6 3

Cameron and Murray; Bard and Walker

Jonesport-Beals 25, East Grand 12

At Jonesport, Cadon Merchant paced a 29-hit attack with a triple, two doubles and two singles and he also drove in a pair of runs as Jonesport-Beals beat East Grand from Danforth.
Matt Jenkins had four doubles and four RBIs and Vinal Crowley drove in five runs with three doubles and a single. Marcus Smith had a double and three singles and knocked in four runs and Nick Robinson had four singles.
Bill Holmes had two singles and two RBIs for East Grand.

Ellsworth sweeps Caribou

At Ellsworth, Riley DeWitt drove in five runs in the first game for an 11-8 Ellsworth victory and freshman righthander Cody Pettingell pitched a five-inning three-hitter in the second contest for a 16-1 win and doubleheaders sweep.
In the first game, DeWitt slammed a three-run home run and double while Delbert Beckwith chipped in with three singles and three RBIs. Jordan Carter added a triple, two singles and an RBI.
Adam Chartier notched a two-run double for Caribou and Steven St. Peter doubled and singled.
In the second game, Pettingell struck out five and walked only one to earn his first high school victory. Cote Card and Carter paced the offense with a single, double and triple apiece. Card drove in three runs and Carter plated two while DeWitt drove in three on two singles. Tyler Palmer contributed a double, single and two RBIs.
Chad Caverhill doubled for the Vikings and Matt Curry had an RBI single.

(First Game)
Caribou |004|020|2 — 8 8 3

Ellsworth |405|200|x — 11 14 6

Londean and Selander; Beckwith and Carter

(Second Game)
Caribou |000|10| — 1 3 1

Ellsworth |418|200|x — 11 14 6

Londean and Selander; Beckwith and Carter

Calais sweeps Hodgdon

At Calais, Lewis Francis hit a grand slam and an RBI single as Calais cruised past Hodgdon 13-4 in the first game of a doubleheader.
Calais blanked Hodgdon in the second game 11-0.
In the first game, Adam Geel hit two singles and drove in two runs for the Blue Devils. Jesse Clark and Nathan Pike each added a solo home run.
Nick Lunn hit a two-run home run for the Hawks. Josh Hudson chipped in with an RBI double.
In the second game, Jeremy Beers hit a two-run home run to spark a six-run fourth inning for 5-0 Calais. Geel added a solo home run and a single while Dylan Carter doubled and singled.
Nick Lunn doubled for 1-2 Hodgdon.

(First Game)
Hodgdon|004|000|0 — 4 3 1

Calais |127|300|x — 13 13 3

Lunn, Gough (4) and Hudson; Geel and Francis, Descoteaux (6)

(Second Game)
Calais |302|60|x — 11 12 2

Hodgdon |000|00|x — 0 4 3

Mitchell, Beers (4), Clark (5) and Descoteaux; Lunn, Sherman (3), Wellington (5) and Gough

Greenville sweeps Forest Hills

At Greenville, Kevin Stafford collected a triple, a double, two singles and five RBIs as Greenville swept a doubleheader from Forest Hills of Jackman.
The Lakers took the first game 7-4 and won the second game 11-10.
In the first game, Chris Munroe hit a a double and a single (RBI) and Stafford tripled and singled for the Lakers (2-0).
Ethan Levesque hit three singles and knocked in two runs for Forest Hills (2-2).
In Game 2, Greenville rebounded from a 10-3 deficit and scored the game-winner in the bottom of the seventh.
Stafford doubled and singled with three RBIs for the winners and Tristan Richards singled twice and scored five times.
Levesque plated three runs with three singles for the Tigers and Dylan McNally rapped a double, two singles and had two RBIs.

(First Game)

Forest Hills |000|121|0 — 4 8 2

Greenville |120|220|x — 7 11 0

Worster and McNally; St. Louis and Breton

(Second Game)

Forest Hills |340|030|0 — 10 11 3

team |102|034|1 — 11 9 1

Ouellette, Turner (5) and McNally; Mills, Bilodeau (5) and Breton

Katahdin 18, Schenck 7

At Stacyville, the Cougars collected 15 hits and scored in each of their four at-bats while beating the Wolverines.
Mook McGraw hit a triple and a double good for three RBIs to lead Katahdin (3-0). Sal Cloukey plated two runs with a double and a single and Cody Cunningham doubled twice with two RBIs.
Derrick Tanous led Schenck of East Millinocket (0-3) with two singles and two RBIs. Natham Cram added a run-scoring double.

Schenck |006|10| — 7 3 4

Katahdin |724|5x| — 18 15 3

Hamm, McLeod (3), Cram (4) and Cram, Kirby (4); Robinson, Whitney (3), McGraw (3), McNally (5) and Savage, Anderson (3), Savage (5)

Mt. Blue 4, Brewer 2

At Brewer Saturday, Blake Hart pitched four-hit ball for six innings, notching four strikeouts against six walks, to lead Mt. Blue of Farmington past the Witches.
Clint Lowe and Bradley Jackson each hit a double for the Cougars.
Kyle McLain hit an RBI double for the Witches.

Mt. Blue (2-3)|112|000|0 — 4 5 0

Brewer (1-3)|100|010|0 — 2 3 2

Hart, Neal (7) and Pratt; Bartol, Morrow (4) and Moore, Forrest (3)

Houlton sweeps Fort Kent

At Houlton, Hunter Hanning posted two singles, a double and four RBIs as Houlton topped Fort Kent 12-7 in the second game of a doubleheader.
Houlton won the first game 6-3.
In the first game, Ian Jarvis and Ben Flewelling each had a double, a single and an RBI to lead the Shiretowners. Jarvis tallied 17 strikeouts in the complete-game victory.
Scott Bouley doubled and singled for the Warriors.
In the second game, Cody Briggs was 4-for-4 with four singles and three runs scored for 2-2 Houlton. Jimmy Fitzpatrick chipped in with a double, a single and an RBI.
Jared Soucy led 0-3 Fort Kent with a double, a single and two RBIs.

(First Game)
Fort Kent |000|030|0 — 3 5 3

Houlton |000|222|x — 6 8 3

Nadeau and Soucy; Jarvis and Hanning
(Second Game)
Houlton |015|321|0 — 12 14 3

Fort Kent |330|000|1 — 7 4 2

Sanderson, Birmingham (1), Straubel (7) and Dickison, Hanning (3); Hastt, O’Leary (5) and Soucy

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