High school baseball, softball roundup (June 1, 2011)

Posted June 02, 2011, at 12:41 p.m.

MADAWASKA — Tori Hanson hit a two-out single, driving in Mallory Clayton from second to break the 13-13 tie in the sixth inning of the second game and lead Houlton past Madawaska 14-13 in Wednesday softball action. Houlton won the first game 12-1.

In the first game, Marina Cameron had three singles and two RBIs for the Shiretowners. Taylor Bailey had two singles and an RBI and recorded 11 strikeouts.

Shannon Blanchette singled and scored for Madawaska. Nicole Cyr also singled.

In the second game, Megan Hannigan and Hanson both had a double, two singles and three RBIs for Houlton. Abby Kinens and Bailey both singled twice.

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Amanda Nadeau and Blanchette each had three singles and two RBIs for the Owls. Erin Dugal had a double and two singles with three RBIs and Kelley Dugal singled twice to drive in two runs.

(First Game)

Houlton        060 051 0        — 12 10 2

Madawaska        100 000 0        — 1 2 7

Bailey and Hannigan; K. Dugal and Blanchette

(Second Game)

Madawaska (6-8)        304 051 0        — 13 14 5

Houlton (6-10)        308 201 x        — 14 15 6

Gonneville, K. Dugal (4) and Blanchette; Cameron, Bailey (7) and Hannigan

Katahdin 14, Lee 1

At Stacyville, Myah Smallwood pitched a one-hitter with four strikeouts and two walks as the Katahdin Cougars notched the win over Lee Academy.

Megan Merry singled twice and Smallwood hit a two-run double for the Cougars.

Felicia Thornton’s single in the third inning was the only hit for the Pandas.

Lee (6-10)        010 00        — 1 1 4

Katahdin (6-8)        045 5x        — 14 4 1

Thornton and Gordon; Smallwood and Williams

CAHS 15, Fort Fairifeld 0

At Fort Fairfield, Kristen Long hit two singles, drove in four runs and pitched a shutout in leading Central Aroostook of Mars Hill past Fort Fairfield.

Paige Garrison had two singles and three RBIs for the Panthers. Michaela King also singled twice.

Alyssa Dougherty had both singles for Fort Fairfield.

Cen. Aroostook (14-2)        013 061 4        — 15 7 1

Fort Fairfield (4-12)        000 000 0        — 0 2 4

Long and King; Coiley and Blaisdell

MDI 7, Ellsworth 2

At Bar Harbor, Jamie McKay hit a double and allowed just two runs through seven innings in helping lift Mount Desert Island over Ellsworth.

Courtney Sullivan hit two singles and knocked in a run for the Trojans. Abby Burton and Sierra Myrick also singled twice.

Annika Firestone doubled for the Eagles and Cristin Wright added an RBI single.

Ellsworth (7-9)        101 000 0        — 2 3 3

MDI (7-9)        010 510 x        — 7 11 4

Hunt and Wright; McKay and O’Neil

Washington Acad. 10, Sumner 8

At East Machias, Gabrielle Colbeth tripled and scored to spark an eight-run fifth inning as Washington Academy topped Sumner of East Sullivan.

Brianne Corey had an RBI single in the fifth for the Raiders. Taylor Davis and Kara Graham both singled and scored.

Jessica West doubled and singled to lead Sumner. Jennie Daley hit two singles.

Sumner (7-9)        010 312 1        — 8 7 2

Wash. Acad. (11-5)        002 080 x        — 10 4 4

Daley, Lockhart (5) and Leighton; Davis and Day

Mattanawcook 3, John Bapst 1

At Lincoln, Tayla Trask hit a two-run single in the fourth inning to power Mattanawcook Academy to victory over John Bapst of Bangor.

Brooke Kimball singled twice for the Crusaders. Trask allowed one run on three hits and no walks while striking out nine.

Mandy Webb singled and scored off a Kennedy Gilmore single in the third to give John Bapst a 1-0 lead. Sierra Pierce also singled.

John Bapst (4-12)        001 000 0        — 1 3 4

Mattanawcook (12-4)        000 300 x        — 3 3 2

Jordan and Gilmore; Trask and Gulesian

Stearns 17, Schenck 1

At East Millinocket, Emily Wark’s three-run triple in the top of the fifth inning broke open a close game as Stearns of Millinocket earned the victory.

The teams were tied 1-1 in the bottom of the fourth when Schenck freshman Olivia Lewis suffered a knee injury while running the bases.

The game was delayed for approximately 20 minutes before play resumed, and Stearns went on to score eight runs in the top of the fifth inning and eight more runs in the sixth to put the game away.

Wark also singled, drove home four runs and scored twice for the 8-8 Minutemen. Alyssa Beaulieu doubled and –singled twice with two RBIs, while winning pitcher Ashley Rollins tripled and singled with five RBIs.

Amy Nicholson singled and scored on Gabby Deloge’s double in the third inning for 3-13 Schenck. Morgan Thompson added a single and two stolen bases.

Stearns (8-8)        000 188        — 17 13 1

Schenck (3-13)        001 000        — 1 5 4

Rollins and Mooney; Tompkins and Leavitt

Greenville 15, Forest Hills 5

At Jackman, Michaela Gilbert had a triple, double, two singles and two runs as Greenville beat Forest Hills.

Miranda Drinkwater hit a double, drove in four runs and scored two runs for Greenville. Jasmine Senatus added three singles and scored three runs.

Sadie Theriault hit a run-scoring single for Forest Hills. Josie Hoyt singled and scored.

Greenville (11-3)        003 400 8        — 15 14 4

Forest Hills (6-8)        100 400 x        — 5 5 5

Foley and Fenn; Turner, Theriault (7) and McNally

Foxcroft 6, Penquis 3

At Milo, Foxcroft Academy scored four runs in the sixth inning without a hit to take the win over Penquis.

Paige Hobbs drove in a run on a single for the Ponies. Laura Parsons also singles.

Shelby Weston and Holly Smith each hit an RBI single for Penquis. Brooke McLaughlin added a single.

Foxcroft (6-10)        000 104 1        — 6 2 0

Penquis (0-14)        200 001 0        — 3 3 0

Brown and Wood; McLaughlin and Bowers

Baseball

Katahdin 8, Lee Academy 0

At Stacyville, senior Brandon Robinson tossed a three-hit shutout with one walk and 14 strikeouts as Katahdin topped Lee Academy.

Robinson hit a two-run home run in the fourth four the Cougars. Jesse McNally had two singles and two RBIs and Brady McNally also hit two singles.

A.J. Harris doubled and singled to lead the Pandas.

Lee (10-6)        000 000 0        — 0 3 1

Katahdin (11-3)        210 401 x        — 8 9 1

Sawtelle, Harris (5), Raymond (6) and Harris, Cropley (5); Robinson and Savage

Madawaska, Houlton split

At Madawaska, the Owls erupted for eight runs in the bottom of the fifth inning en route to an 11-8 victory in the first game of a doubleheader.

Houlton came back to win the second game 11-6, but the split enabled Madawaska to earn an Eastern C preliminary-round berth.

The doubleheader was delayed three times by lightning, each time for 30 minutes.

In the first game, RBI doubles by Sam Cyr and Jon Lee and a run-scoring single by Corey Nadeau sparked Madawaska’s eight-run rally, which erased a 5-3 Houlton lead.

Lee finished with a double, single and three RBIs, while Cyr doubled twice with two RBIs and Nadeau singled twice with an RBI.

Sam Beaulieu added two singles and two RBIs for the Owls, while Brad Pelletier singled twice and Kirk Michaud doubled.

Ian Gervais hit three singles for Houlton, while Ben Flewelling doubled and singled, Hunter Hanning singled twice and Tanner Caron doubled.

In the second game, Hanning singled twice with three RBIs and Flewelling doubled and singled with an RBI to pace Houlton. Porter Sanderson and Doug Dickinson each singled twice with two RBIs.

Cyr hit three singles for Madawaska, while Nadeau doubled with two RBIs and Lee and Devan Pelletier also doubled.

(First Game)

Houlton        011 033 0        — 8 12 3

Madawaska        120 080 x        — 11 13 2

Gervais, Straubel (5), Gervais (5) and Sanderson, Buzzeo (2); Lee, Wetmore (6), Pelletier (7) (7) and Carrier

(Second Game)

Madawaska (10-6)        030 111 0        — 6 8 6

Houlton (7-9)        050 114 x        — 11 11 3

Gendreau, Wetmore (3) and Deschaine; Hunt, Hanning (7) and Sanderson

GSA 10, DI-Stonington 3

At Blue Hill, Josh Gale hit a solo home run in the second and added a single in leading George Stevens Academy past Deer Isle-Stonington.

Jesse Dow had two singles and an RBI for the Eagles. Cole Andrews and Josh Bowden both hit an RBI double.

Oliver Lawson doubled and Jake Starkey hit a single for the Mariners.

DI-Stonington (9-7)        200 001 0        — 3 2 3

GSA (10-5-1)        070 003 x        — 10 9 3

Grindle, Ciomei (4) and Starkey; Dow and Gale

Camden Hills 17, Mount View 7

At Rockport Tuesday, Camden Hills scored 10 runs in the second inning to overcome a 7-0 deficit to beat Mount View of Thorndike.

Keegan Pieri doubled, singled and scored three runs for the Windjammers. Chris Josselyn had three singles with two runs and Caleb McFarland added a double and two runs.

Tyler McCormick and Alec Davis both hit two singles and scored a run for Mount View.

Mount View        160 000        — 7 9 2

Camden Hills        0(10)1 231        — 17 10 4

Nealley, McCormick (2), Turner (2), Jungels (2), Davis (5); Josselyn, Crans (3), Carlson (6)

Washington Acad. 12, Sumner 1

At East Machias, Tyler Varney hit a triple, double, two singles and drove in two runs in powering Washington Academy past Sumner of East Sullivan.

Fred MacLean had two singles, a double and three RBIs for the Raiders. Tim Sawyer chipped in two singles with three RBIs.

Sumner’s Gabe O’Brien singled and scored off a Brendan Tenney single.

Sumner (4-12)        001 00        — 1 4 1

Washington Acad. (8-8)        300 9x        — 12 11 0

Tenney, Simmons (4) and Rayner; Pineo and MacLean

Foxcroft 12, Penquis 3

At Milo, Kaleb Smith pitched a complete game, allowing eight hits, and Kevin Leary provided the offense with a three-run home run in the seventh and a single.

The Foxcroft Academy Ponies finished the regular season as the state’s only unbeaten baseball team at 16-0.

Cody Coiley hit a two-run homer in the second and singled. Cameron Fadley had a two-run double.

For the 6-8 Patriots, Tyler Pelletier had three singles and an RBI.

Foxcroft (16-0)        021 030 6        — 12 9 0

Penquis (6-8)        010 101 0        — 3 8 2

Smith and Coiley; Russell and Armstrong

Stearns 13, Schenck 1

At East Millinocket, Charlie Tapley tripled and singled to help lead the offense for visiting Stearns of Millinocket.

Jordan Morrow had two doubles while Max Bouchard and Cody Wallace each hit RBI doubles for the Minutemen.

Derrick Tanous and Nathan Cram singled for the only hits by the Wolverines.

Stearns        312 133 — 13 9 1

Schenck        000 100        — 1 2 10

Dumas, Bouchard (6) and Hibbs; Chiasson, McLeod (6) and Cram

Greenville 15, Forest Hills 8

At Jackman, Tony DiAngelo hit two singles, a double and knocked in three runs in helping Greenville to victory over Forest Hills.

Corey Henderson had two singles and two RBIs for the Lakers and David Shea added a an RBI single.

Steve Conrad had two home runs with three RBIs for Forest Hills. David Ouellette chipped in two singles and two RBIs.

Greenville (12-2)        012 400 8        — 15 13 2

Forest Hills (7-7)        000 120 5        — 8 6 4

St. Louis, Flood (3), Richards (7), St. Louis (7) and Breton; Levesque and Turner

Dexter 13, Piscataquis 1

At Guilford, Casey Jordan hit a two-run double and Dylan Graffam added a two-run single as Dexter closed out its season with a victory.

Vinnie Malinauskas added three singles in support of freshman Nathan Robichaud, who pitched a five-inning six-hitter.

Logan Sargeant doubled for Piscataquis.

Dexter (9-7)        353 02        — 13 9 1

Piscataquis (0-16)        010 00        — 1 6 3

Robichaud and Graffam; Sargeant, Bailey (3) and Moulton

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