February 26, 2020

Caribou earns victory over Schenck 7-3

EAST MILLINOCKET – Caribou’s Jerry Shanahan and Dustin Selfridge each had a single and double to lead the Caribou Vikings to a 7-3 schoolboy baseball win over the Schenck Wolverines Friday.

Andrew Bouchard added two singles for Caribou.

Ryan O’Donnell paced Schenck with a single and a double; Adam Yeo and Paul Mark Dicentis both collected two singles, while Bobby Kalloch singled for two RBIs.

Caribou 001 030 3 – 7 10 2 Schenck 000 010 0 – 3 9 4

St. Peter and Anderson; P. Osborne and Hamlin

GSA 11, Narraguagus 1

At Harrington, Brian Packwood and Toby Cole combined for three strikeouts and two walks in the one-hitter as George Stevens Academy cruised.

Cole had a triple and single for the Eagles of Blue Hill, while Travis Bannister singled twice for three RBIs.

Jessy Grover had Narraguagus’ lone hit, an RBI double.

GSA (14-0) 000 254 – 11 9 0 Narraguagus (7-9) 001 000 – 1 1 2

Packwood, Cole (6) and Bannister; Kneeland, Stuart (5), Bernier (5) and Fickett

Limestone 10, Wisdom 9 (8 inn.)

At Limestone, Derek Patten singled home Pete Bradley with the winning run.

Bradley and Steve Hardwick opened the inning with singles and moved up to third and second, respectively, on a wild pitch.

Jerid Hendrickson hit a two-run double in the seventh and later scored the tying run on a throwing error.

Bradley topped the Eagles with a double, two singles, and two RBIs, Patten posted three singles, and Hardwick added two singles.

Brad Thibeault led the Pioneers of St. Agatha with a double and single and two RBIs, and Todd Thibeault and Jacob Pelletier contributed two singles and two RBIs.

Wisdom (1-10) 204 002 10 – 9 14 2 Limestone (3-11) 011 300 41 – 10 11 3

Paradis, T. Thibeault (7) and B. Thibeault; Hardwick, Patten (7) and Mauro

Fort Fairfield 4, Ashland 0

At Fort Fairfield, Ben Arato pitched a four-hit shutout with four strikeouts and two walks.

Brandon Traknis led the Tigers with a double and single; Jim LaPointe singled twice for two RBIs; and Aaron Ireland singled twice.

Lee Durrell, Geoff LeBlanc, Bruce Oakes and Dustin Oakes singled for Ashland.

Ashland 000 000 0 – 0 4 2 Fort Fairfield 100 210 0 – 4 11 2

Clark, Lovewell (4) and Ham; Arato and Rochford

Lincoln Acad. 5, Belfast 1

At Belfast, pitcher Matt Woodrow pitched a four-hitter, striking out 13, to pace Lincoln Academy of Newcastle.

Ronnie Stover hit two doubles and two RBIs while Kirk Monaco had two singles and two RBIs for the Eagles.

For Belfast, Howie Bennett hit a double and had an RBI.

Lincoln Acad. (6-3) 000 020 3 – 5 6 1 Belfast (11-2) 001 000 0 – 1 4 4

Rice, Flagg (7) and Mullinder; Woodrow and Potvin

Orono 6, Foxcroft Acad. 3

At Orono, Daryl Watson scattered eight hits, striking out 11 and walking one, as the Red Riots topped the Ponies.

Morgan Stinson singled twice and knocked in a run for Orono while Pat Skall and Brian Caggiano each doubled and had an RBI.

Kyle Wentworth rapped three singles for the Ponies.

Foxcroft Acad. (5-5) 101 010 0 – 3 8 1 Orono (2-11) 303 000 0 – 6 8 2

Bellemare, Crocker (5), Wentworth (6) and Taylor; Watson and Thomas

Piscataquis 9, Dexter 7

At Dexter, Dennis Glynn’s pinch-hit single drove in Drake Martell with the winning run, capping a four-run, seventh-inning rally for Piscataquis of Guilford.

Winning pitcher Martell had tied the game with a two-run double in the inning. He added an RBI single. Shane Overlock had two singles and an RBI and Josh Watson added a single and a sacrifice fly.

Brent Patterson’s triple and single and three RBIs led Dexter. Ryan Robichaud had an RBI double and Derek Sawyer had an RBI single.

PCHS (9-5) 002 111 4 – 9 7 2 Dexter (4-10) 140 101 0 – 7 7 6

Martell and Watson; Foster and Sawyer

Valley 7, Bangor Christian 6

At Bangor, Charlie Rollins hit a two-run double that tied the game for Valley in the sixth inning, then the Cavaliers scored the winning run in the seventh on an error.

Jeremy Jones and Brian Andre hit three singles each while Nate Barber singled and doubled.

Tyler Wilson singled twice for Bangor Chrisitan.

Valley (9-5) 101 004 1 – 7 15 4 Bangor Christian (5-7) 011 020 2 – 6 7 2

Frigon and Hubbard; N. Conley and M. Conley

Stearns 18, Penquis 0

At Millinocket, Aaron Civiello smacked a two-run homer and Matt Montgomery singled and drove in two runs as the Minutemen rolled.

Jason Folsom had an RBI single and Josh Emerson added another base hit for Stearns.

Colby Chase, Randy McMahon and Jason Stubbs had a single apiece for Penquis of Milo.

Penquis (0-14) 0 0 0 00 – 0 3 6 Stearns (12-2) 3(12)2 1x – 18 8 0

Nichols, Wooten (2) and Gerrish; Wheaton, Emerson (2), Folsom (3), Donato (5) and Folsom, Emerson (3), Poirier (5)

Mount View 8, Erskine 1

At South China, Corey Robinson had two singles, a double and an RBI to pace Mount View of Thorndike while Pat Fitzpatrick hit two singles and added an RBI.

For Erskine, Josh Howell, Brian Osborne and Zeb Porter singled.

Mount View (3-12) 102 500 0 – 8 10 2 Erskine (5-8) 000 001 0 – 1 3 6

Fitzpatrick, Eddy (6) and Bernosky; Singleton, Capin (6) and Osborne, Gryer (6)

Greenville 12, Forest Hills 4

At Jackman, Chris Lavigne led Greenville’s 18-hit attack wth four singles.

Tom Mason stroked a double and two singles for the Lakers. Luke Knowlton, Gregory Aucoin and Rory Owens each singled and doubled. Derek Boucher singled twice.

Jason Nadeau had four singles for Forest Hills. Randy Paradise smacked a home run and two singles, while Adam Williams and Bob Dubois each singled twice.

Greenville (9-5) 071 130 – 12 18 0 Forest Hills (2-14) 200 110 – 4 15 0

Campbell and Aucoin; Nadeau and Levesque

Camden-Rockport 6, Oak Hill 1

At Camden, Mike MacDonald improved his record to 5-2 with a four-hitter featuring 12 strikeouts and two walks.

Brian Fitzpatrick had two singles and two RBIs while Peter Moro had two singles and an RBI to pace the Windjammers. Kessler Horty hit an RBI double.

Mike Lizzotte had two singles and scored the run for Oak Hill of Sabattus.

Oak Hill (9-6) 000 001 0 – 1 4 1 Camden-Rockport (7-8) 002 040 x – 6 7 1

Daggett, D. Beaulieu (4) and B. Beaulieu; MacDonald and Peck

MDI 6, John Bapst 4

At Bangor, Brian Greenleaf led Mount Desert Island’s attack with two singles and an RBI.

Bodie Abbott collected two singles for the Trojans, while Gabe Westphal scored two runs.

Ryan Logan doubled for John Bapst and Andy Tremble singled twice for the Crusaders.

MDI (4-9) 100 301 1 – 6 8 2 John Bapst (8-5) 000 101 2 – 4 5 4

Copadis, Tripp (6) and B.J. Greenleaf; Hawes, Chapman (6) and Gray

Searsport 13, DI-Stonington 9

At Deer Isle-Stonington, Scott Wancus had three singles, Rusty Grove had two singles and three RBIs and Ben Relyea had a single and a three-run homer for the Vikings.

Aaron Tripp whacked a single and a two-run homer while Joe Ogden had two singles.

For the Mariners, Jason Weed hit a single and a two-run homer while Jon Clemens had a single and a home run.

Searsport (7-3) 012 333 1 – 13 15 4 Deer Isle-Stonington (6-5) 410 002 2 – 9 9 2

Tripp, P. Grove (7) and Connor; E. Haskell, Robins (4), A. Haskell (5) and Weed

Van Buren 5, Madawaska 4

At Van Buren, Stacy Ayotte’s RBI groundout in the sixth inning gave the Crusaders the margin of victory.

Ayotte also stroked a two-run single for the winners. Winner Zach Cote singled twice with an RBI and pitched a four-hitter, striking out eight. Chris Lajoie singled twice.

Alex Daigle led Madawaska with a double and a single. Ted McHenry had a two-run single.

Madawaska (3-9) 010 000 3 – 4 4 1 Van Buren (12-1) 100 301 x – 5 7 2

Hebert and Cooper; Cote and Sirois


Fort Fairfield 19, Ashland 13

At Fort Fairfield, Jessica Barnes’ two-run double capped the Tigers’ 10-run fourth inning.

Keely Sayers led the Tigers with a solo homer, double, single, and four RBIs; Jessica Ireland pounded out four singles and four RBIs; Melody Belanger added a triple, double, single, and two RBIs; and Barnes had a double, two singles, and three RBIs.

For the Hornets, Sarah Dwyer rapped a two-run homer, double and single, and had three RBIs; Leslie Bessey contributed a double, two singles, and an RBI; and Jen Levesque had three singles and an RBI.

Ashland (6-5) 111 5 50 0 – 13 16 5 Fort Fairfield (12-4) 202 (10)50 x – 19 22 4

Spooner and Millett; McCrea and Barnes

Wisdom 10, Limestone 5

At Limestone, Kelly Cyr singled twice, drove in three runs and scored twice to spark the Pioneers of St. Agatha. Shannon Burbee also singled twice, scored two runs and drove in two.

Sarah Durepo hit two singles and had an RBI for Limestone while Melissa St. Pierre had two singles, an RBI and a steal.

Wisdom (5-6) 251 002 0 – 10 6 3 Limestone (7-7) 000 040 1 – 5 7 5

Cyr and Michaud; V. Cote and E. Cote

Stearns 13, Penquis 1

At Millinocket, Nichole Duplisea led Stearns with two singles, a double, and four RBIs. Shena Pineau hit a single, a double and two RBIs while Brooke Legassey had a single, a double, and three RBIs.

Eryn Bailey hit a solo home run for Penquis of Milo.

Stearns (10-4) 411 61 – 13 13 0 Penquis (12-3) 010 00 – 1 4 2

Sirois and Lagasse; Lee and Gahagan

Belfast 2, Lincoln Acad. 0

At Belfast, Morgan Crandall tossed a no-hitter as the Lions tipped the Eagles of Newcastle.

Crandall’s day would have been perfect except for a second-inning walk. She struck out eight.

Belfast scored twice in the first inning without the benefit of a hit. Two errors and two sacrifice bunts led to runs by Ashley Bryant and Crandall.

Lindsey McFarland was also sharp for Lincoln Academy, giving up Bryant’s single in the third and Amber Billings’ single in the fourth. She struck out three and walked one.

Lincoln Acad. (8-7) 000 000 0 – 0 0 2 Belfast (7-8) 200 000 x – 2 2 0

McFarland and Johnson; Crandall and Gray

MCI 24, Rockland 0

At Rockland, Jenn Cummings struck out eight and walked three for the shutout.

Amanda Leavitt paced Maine Central Institute of Pittsfield with two doubles, while Autumn Hendricks had three singles. Cummings singled and doubled. Heather Long and Katie Adams each had two singles.

Jodi Fournier, Stacy Marcotte, Kristen Ross and Jessica Clark singled for Rockland.

MCI 335 67 – 24 18 4 Rockland 000 00 – 0 4 3

Cummings and Long; Grant, Peterson (4) and Clark

PCHS 16, Dexter 9

At Dexter, Lacie Hanscome’s three-run double keyed a five-run third-inning rally that sent Piscataquis Community of Guilford on its way to victory.

Hanscome also singled and Karoleann Emery hit a two-run double. Greta Korsman spaced five hits to notch the win.

Amanda Fields had a two-run single for Dexter.

PCHS (4-10) 115 332 1 – 16 9 3 Dexter (3-11) 121 000 5 – 9 5 4

Korsman and Hanscome; Nelson and Bohm

Orono 15, Foxcroft Acad. 7

At Orono, Hillary See’s triple keyed a five-run second inning as the Red Riots prevailed.

See provided two other singles and two RBIs to her total, while Laura Keating had two singles, a double and two RBIs for Orono. Emily Reed chipped in with three singles and two RBIs and Kati Libby added a triple, two singles and two RBIs.

Sherri Zimmerman hit a two-run home run and doubled for the Ponies and Sandy Scott had three singles and two RBIs.

Foxcroft Acad. (3-8) 101 041 0 – 7 8 4 Orono (4-9) 351 033 x – 15 12 3

Boudreau and Sands; Gavett and Brenton

Bangor Christian 21, Valley 4

At Bangor, Rene Mick and Kara Hartman combined to one-hit the Cavaliers of Bingham.

Jami Theriault’s two-run triple off the fence to highlight an 11-run second inning that propelled the Patriots.

Theriault finished with two triples and a single; Mick added two triples; Lari Sobey contributed a triple and two doubles; Lisa Phinney and Gabby Eastman posted a double and two singles each; Merideth Moores had two doubles; and Danielle Miller had a double and single.

Sam Martin’s single was the only hit for Valley of Bingham.

Valley (0-10) 0 0 0 04 – 4 1 4 Bangor Christian (8-2) 6(11)0 4x – 21 23 0

Fitzmaurice and Martin; Mick, Hartman (4) and Phinney

Forest Hills 17, Greenville 1

At Jackman, Laura Hall hurled a two-hitter over five innings and Jessica Brady and Brandy Duplessis each drove in four runs to power Forest Hills of Jackman.

Hall struck out nine and walked one. Brady had a homer, triple and single and Duplessis doubled and singled. Sisters Lindsay Keiper and Jamie Keiper (double) each had two hits.

Diane Aucoin and Jessie Craft singled for Greenville.

Greenville (1-11) 001 00 – 1 2 6 Forest Hills (12-4) 512 9x – 17 13 1

Bouley, Craft (4) and Lavigne; Hall and L. Keiper

Bucksport 3, Old Town 1

At Old Town, Kelly White pitched a one-hitter and Bucksport bunched together five of its six hits in the fifth inning, including Annette Caswell’s tie-breaking base hit and Heather Pelletier’s two-run single, to remain unbeaten.

Elissa Gordon’s base hit and Jessica Taylor’s double set the stage for Caswell’s single, which broke the scoreless tie. White also singled in the inning before Pelletier gave her some insurance runs with her base hit.

White struck out four and walked two and the only hit off her was Jamie Higgins’ RBI single in the bottom of the fifth.

Bucksport (14-0) 000 030 0 – 3 6 0 Old Town (7-5) 000 010 0 – 1 1 3

White and Richards; Metivier, Randall (6) and King

DI-Stonington 12, Searsport 0

At Deer Isle, Angela Douglass pitched her second no-hitter in three games, striking out seven and walking only two in five innings.

Douglass also doubled, a singled and added three RBIs. Meghan Wiberg had a triple, a single and two RBIs. Abby Gross hit three singles and two RBIs for the Mariners.

Searsport (3-11) 000 00 – 0 0 3 Deer Isle-Stonington (7-6) 304 23 – 12 12 1

Herrick and Larrabee; Douglass and Gross

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