May 23, 2019

Schoolgirl softball

Cote’s single helps Eagles tip Owls

LIMESTONE – Wendy Cote hit an infield single to score Sonya Sager with one out in the bottom of the ninth inning to give Limestone an 11-10 schoolgirl softball win over Madawaska Thursday.

Katrina Douglas doubled twice, singled twice and knocked in 2 runs for the 6-5 Eagles and Stephanie Roe added 2 doubles and 2 singles. Rachel Sharts singled twice and doubled.

Kelly Picard hit an RBI single to cap a 3-run seventh inning and tie the score at 10-10 for the 6-2 Owls, sending the game into extra innings. Lisa Landry singled three times and knocked in 2 runs for Madawaska and Tracey Grivois singled, doubled and had 2 RBI.

Madawaska 200 022 301 – 10 14 3 Limestone 400 402 002 – 11 13 3

Chartier and Dube; Kallman and Parker

Houlton 17-6, Fort Kent 11-8

At Fort Kent, the Shires and Warriors split a twinbill, with the hosts pulling out a win in the last of the sixth in the nightcap to break even for the afternoon.

Julie Marquis and Missy McBreairty both had RBI singles in the last of the sixth for the tying and winning runs in the come-from-behind win. Fort Kent is now 7-2.

Kendra Marquis had four singles while Jesse Desjardins doubled and singled for Fort Kent in the second game as Neile Joler won her first mound start.

For Houlton, Kate Anderson had a double and single and Erica McCarthy three singles. Houlton is 6-6.

In the opener, Ellen Lee had a grand slam and a single to lead the Shiretowners to the win. Anderson also chipped in a solo homer.

For the Warriors, Becky Gagnon had two singles and Jole a double.

(First Game) Houlton 004 053 5 – 17 13 3 Fort Kent 001 513 1 – 11 8 8

Buswell, Campbell (7) and Duff; J. Marquis and Voisine

(Second Game) Houlton 100 311 0 – 6 9 2 Fort Kent 103 013 x – 8 14 2

Campbell and Duff; Joler and Voisine

Mattanawcook 7, Lee 5

At Lincoln, Emily Voisine’s 2-run single keyed a balanced offensive attack as the host Lynx topped the visiting Pandas.

Christy Ludden, Nicollette McGinley, and Lynn Wotton each had RBI singles for the 9-5 winners. Winning pitcher Kara LaChance struck out 6, walked 7, and gave up just 4 hits.

For Lee, 8-5, Jen King doubled while Chris Grillon had 2 singles.

Lee 201 000 2 – 5 4 2 Mattanawcook 120 103 x – 7 4 5

Osgood and Spinney; LaChance and Bruce

Hodgdon 25, Washburn 13

At Hodgdon, Stacey Ingraham hit a 3-run home run in the second inning and singled twice as the Hawks defeated the Beavers.

Heidi Campbell belted a solo homer in the second inning and singled for the 2-10 Hawks and Jen McPee singled three times. Jennifer Riley add2-10 Hawks and Jen McPee singled three times. Jennifer Riley added 2 singles.

For 0-10 Washburn, Nichole Dobson and Wendy Emery had 2 singles each.

Washburn 412 015 – 13 7 10 Hodgdon 164 509 – 25 12 12

Lavway and Levesque; Campbell and Allen

Piscataquis 17, Foxcroft 5

At Dover-Foxcroft, Heather Johnson scattered five hits and aided her own cause by driving in two runs to help the Pirates of Guilford win.

Johnson only walked two as the Pirates improved to 9-3 and the Ponies slipped to 5-6.

Tammi Draper chipped in with two singles for the winners and Johnson singled twice and doubled.

Sue LaPoint had a run-scoring double for the Ponies.

Piscataquis 10(10) 114 – 17 11 7 Foxcroft 212 000 – 5 5 9

Johnson and Willey; King, London (4) and Lussier

Schenck 22, Penquis 2

At Penquis, Carrie Tetu singled twice and knocked in 3 runs as the Wolverines handily defeated the Patriots.

Jody Rossignol singled three times and knocked in 2 runs and Tracey Ouellette added 2 singles and 2 RBI for 6-5 Schenck.

For Penquis, 0-10, Karen Weston singled three times and Kim Foss tripled.

Schenck 514 216 3 – 22 11 2 Penquis 000 010 1 – 2 6 8

Ouellette and Daigle; Hogan, Green (1), Roberts (5) and Pennington

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