Hermon wins 11-12 softball state title

Posted July 17, 2011, at 10:44 p.m.
Last modified July 17, 2011, at 11:42 p.m.

WESTBROOK — Lefthander Karli Theberge tossed a three-hitter and capped a decisive three-run third inning with a two-run triple as Hermon captured the ages 11-12 softball state championship with a 3-1 victory over Scarborough on Sunday.

Hermon earned a trip to the Northeast Regional which begins Friday in Bristol, Conn. Hermon will take on the Rhode Island champ at 2 p.m. in their New England bracket round robin opener.

Hermon had forced a championship game with an 11-4 win over Scarborough on Saturday night.

Theberge struck out nine and walked four.

Kendra Bishop started the third-inning rally by drawing a walk, and she was replaced by pinch runner Jaelen Albert. Two outs later, singles by Allessa Oakes and Sydney Addessi produced the first run before Theberge tripled home Oakes and Addessi.

Theberge had a single to go with her triple and Oakes also had a double for the winners, who went 6-1 with the only loss coming at the hands of Scarborough 4-2 early in the tournament.

Chloe Griffin and Sarah Linehan had sixth-inning singles for 2-2 Scarborough to help produce the lone run. Abbie Murrell had the other hit, also a single, and she pitched a four-hitter with 12 strikeouts and three walks.

<span class=”Sports_agate_baseball”>Scarborough 000 001 — 1 3 1</span>

<span class=”Sports_agate_baseball”>Hermon 003 00x — 3 4 1</span>

<span class=”Sports_agate”>Theberge and Addessi; Murrell and S. Linehan

<span class=”Sports_12tb”>D3, Junior baseball</span>

<span class=”Sports_10tb”>Holbrook 13, Hermon 5</span>

At Bangor, Tommy Burns pitched 3 1/3 innings of shutout relief, allowing two hits and striking out four to earn the save as Holbrook defeated Hermon in the District 3 tournament loser’s bracket final at Mansfield Stadium on Sunday.

With the win, 4-1 Holbrook advances to the District 3 championship against 4-0 Bangor on Monday at 7 p.m.

Burns took the mound after Holbrook’s first three pitchers, and finished the game on the mound after pitching 1 1/3 innings on Saturday in Holbrook’s win against Houlton.

Seth Pearson hit a two-run inside the park home run which sparked Holbrook’s five-run second inning. Logan Rogerson had an RBI triple and a single, Joe Archambault had a triple and a double, and Burns added two singles.

Nick Guerette and Eric Hoogterp each had two singles and an RBI.

<span class=”Sports_agate_baseball”>Holbrook 051 214 0 — 13 10 4</span>

<span class=”Sports_agate_baseball”>Hermon 030 200 0 — 5 7 4</span>

<span class=”Sports_10tb”>Bangor 7, Hermon 2</span>

At Bangor, Andrew Hillier pitched a complete game allowing two runs on seven hits while striking out five and walking one as Bangor beat Hermon in a District 3 winner’s bracket game at Mansfield Stadium Saturday.

Hillier also had two doubles and two RBIs, and Caleb Pineo’s two-run triple in the second inning gave Bangor the lead. Jordan Derrah had an inside the park home run, and Justin Courtney added two singles for 4-0 Bangor.

Nick Guerrette had two doubles and Ben Wheeler had two singles and a run scored for Hermon. Hermon was eliminated by Holbrook 13-5 in the loser’s bracket final on Sunday.

<span class=”Sports_agate_baseball”>Bangor 021 200 2 — 7 11 0</span>

<span class=”Sports_agate_baseball”>Hermon 101 000 0 — 2 7 2</span>

<span class=”Sports_agate”>Hillier and Huston, Lane (3), Huston (5); Hoogterp, Wheeler (6), Elston (7) and Lyons, Farmer (4)</span>

<span class=”Sports_12tb”>D1, Junior baseball</span>

<span class=”Sports_10tb”>Acadians 11, Calais 10</span>

At Bar Harbor, Seth Young sparked an eight run fourth inning with a two-run single and Matthew Lambert and Thomas Paola combined for eight strikeouts and three walks as the Acadians defeated Calais in the District 1 Junior League Tournament.

Lambert also had three singles and an RBI, and Paola hit a single and added an RBI. Alden Schuman and Cordell Soper each contributed doubles.

Kyle Johnson and Nathn Newell each had a double and an RBI, J.C. Myers and Kenny Russell each contributed RBI singles, and Will Urquhart had a double for Calais.

<span class=”Sports_agate_baseball”>Acadians 110 081 0 — 11 11 5</span>

<span class=”Sports_agate_baseball”>Calais 100 007 2 — 10 9 7</span>

<span class=”Sports_agate”>Lambert, Paola (5), and Colin; Russell, McPhee (5) and Elyar</span>

<span class=”Sports_10tb”>Ellsworth 8, Bucksport 2</span>

At Ellsworth, Conor Maguire hit a one-out two-run single in the second inning to break the 1-1 tie and lift Ellsworth over Bucksport Saturday.

Maguire added a two-run double in the fifth for 2-0 Ellsworth. Mitch Domagala hit two singles and drove in two runs and John Fendl singled and scored three times.

Gage Feeney allowed just two runs, one earned, on three hits while walking one and striking out 12.

Dylan Soper hit an RBI single in the first for 2-1 Bucksport. Soper drove home Ryan Grindle on a fielder’s choice in the sixth inning for Bucksport’s other run.

<span class=”Sports_agate_baseball”>Ellsworth 030 230 0 — 8 7 1</span>

<span class=”Sports_agate_baseball”>Bucksport 100 001 0 — 2 3 4</span>

<span class=”Sports_agate”>Feeney and Domagala; Bowden, Gauvin (5), Boynton (7) and Deredin</span>

<span class=”Sports_12tb”>D1, Senior baseball</span>

<span class=”Sports_10tb”>Coastal 10, Acadians 3</span>

At Bar Harbor, Sam Grindle went the distance on the mound, striking out five and walking one as Coastal defeated the Acadians in the District 1 Senior League tournament.

Hayden Ciomei led Coastal with three singles and three RBIs, Connor Moore had two doubles, and Scott Baker had two singles.

Ben Walls led the Acadians with two singles and an RBI, and Trevor Alley added an RBI single.

Ellsworth forfeited its game against Calais on Saturday.

<span class=”Sports_agate_baseball”>Acadians 011 001 0 — 3 7 2</span>

<span class=”Sports_agate_baseball”>Coastal 200 602 x — 10 11 5</span>

<span class=”Sports_agate”>Hanscom, Gray (5) and Alley; Grindle and Morey</span>

<span class=”Sports_12tb”>State 9-10 softball</span>

<span class=”Sports_10tb”>Hermon 8, Scarborough 4</span>

At Glenburn on Sunday, Kayla Gray struck out four and scattered nine hits for Hermon.

Alex Allain’s RBI single in the first was the lone hit for Hermon (1-1).

Sydney Plummer hit a two-run double for 0-2 Scarborough, and Felicia O’Reilly added three singles.

<span class=”Sports_agate_baseball”>Scarborough 102 010 — 4 9 1</span>

<span class=”Sports_agate_baseball”>Hermon 301 04x— 8 1 1</span>

<span class=”Sports_agate”>Powell and Greenleaf; Gray and Allain</span>

<span class=”Sports_10tb”>Sanford 7, Waldoboro 5</span>

At Glenburn on Sunday, Julia Allen and Molly Boissonneault posted two singles each for 2-0 Sanford, and Allen had three RBIs.

Gabby Depatsy and Lydia Simmons each registered an RBI single for 0-2 Waldoboro.

<span class=”Sports_agate_baseball”>Waldoboro 010 220 — 5 6 4</span>

<span class=”Sports_agate_baseball”>Sanford 160 00x — 7 6 1</span>

<span class=”Sports_agate”>Simmons and Jameson; Boissonneault and Beaulieu</span>

<span class=”Sports_10tb”>Lewiston 19, Ellsworth 2</span>

At Glenburn on Sunday, Emily Mousseau’s grand slam in the second inning highlighted Lewiston’s hitting success.

Mousseau also added a double and two singles and totaled seven RBIs for 2-0 Lewiston, and Danielle Cyr posted a triple and a single.

Alex Allen’s single knocked in the only runs for 1-1 Ellsworth.

<span class=”Sports_agate_baseball”>Ellsworth 002 0 — 2 3 5</span>

<span class=”Sports_agate_baseball”>Lewiston (10)72 x — 19 11 1</span>

<span class=”Sports_agate”>Bagley, Thornton (1) and Cote; Mousseau and Poulin, Girouard (3)</span>

<span class=”Sports_10tb”>Sanford 8, Hermon 7</span>

At Glenburn on Saturday, Marli Wilson had a pair of singles and Julia Allen picked up the mound win as Sanford beat Hermon.

Sanford used a six-run first inning to erase a 4-0 deficit.

Gabby Chasse had two singles and an RBI for Hermon and Paige Plissey hit an inside-the-park homer.

<span class=”Sports_agate_baseball”>Hermon 400 300 — 7 5 1</span>

<span class=”Sports_agate_baseball”>Sanford 610 10x — 8 5 5</span>

<span class=”Sports_agate”>Nash, Oakes (1) and Allain; Allen and Boissonneault</span>

<span class=”Sports_10tb”>Ellsworth 18, Waldoboro 8</span>

At Glenburn on Saturday, Katey Bagley had three singles and Alex Allen had a pair of base hits and an RBI as Ellsworth used a nine-run fifth inning to break the game open.

Shelby Cote pitched a five-hitter to pick up the win, striking out 11.

Gabby Depatsy drove in four runs with three singles for Waldoboro and Lydia Simmons singled twice and knocked in a pair of runs.

<span class=”Sports_agate_baseball”>Waldoboro 201 140 — 8 4 6</span>

<span class=”Sports_agate_baseball”>Ellsworth 224 19x — 18 11 2</span>

<span class=”Sports_agate”>Depatsy and Jameson; Cote and Bagley</span>

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