June 06, 2020
LITTLE LEAGUE

Glenburn downs Bangor West

GLENBURN – Jill Irish smacked two doubles and a single and drove in two runs to lead Glenburn to a 14-10 win over Bangor West in a District 3 Little League Softball 11- and 12-year-old tournament game Thursday.

Erica Hanson pitched in with a double and two singles while Sarah York doubled and Megan Quintal and Cricket Munson rapped two singles each.

Stacey Gomm smacked a triple and a single to pace Bangor West. Jamie Parkhurst, Erica Tweedie and Danielle Wright notched a double and a single apiece.

Glenburn (2-0) 025 520 – 14 14 3

Bangor West (1-1) 005 230 – 10 10 3

Irish and Sprague; Stevenson and Fahey

Old Town 23, Hermon 2

At Old Town, Amanda Heath had four hits, including a three-run homer as Old Town won in 31/2 innings.

Lauren Kates hit two singles, a double and a triple while Holly Higgins and Danielle Richard had three singles each.

Micah Cyr had a pair of singles for Hermon.

Hermon (0-2) 101 0 – 2 5 5

Old Town (2-1) 968 x – 23 22 1

Cyr and Kelly; Higgins and Kates

Calais 30, Sunrise 4

At Milbridge, Calais took advantage of 14 Sunrise walks to roll to a District 1 victory.

Darcy Gillespie struck out eight and hit two doubles and a triple for Calais. Ashley Allen had a pair of doubles. Courtney Ayers knocked a triple and two singles.

Sierra Robinson singled for Sunrise’s lone hit.

Calais (1-0) – 5 (17) 6 2- 30 14 1

Sunrise (0-1) – 0 1 3 0 – 4 1 2

Gillespie and Perry, Mulle (3); Curtis, Johnson (3) and A. Robinson

Lincoln 18, Orono-Veazie 5

At Lincoln, Jessie Ray-Burleigh knocked three singles as Lincoln rolled.

Amanda Bailey hit a single and a double for the winners and Michelle Paul added two singles.

Rachel Joyce and Lina Patten each singled twice for Orono-Veazie.

Orono-Veazie (0-2) 320 0 – 5 6 0

Lincoln (1-1) (11)70 x – 18 13 0

Paul and Joyce; Ray-Burleigh, Nicastro (4) and Ward

Bangor East 15, Hampden 7

At Hampden, Emily Heath’s two-run homer keyed a four-run first inning and Bangor East held off Hampden-Newburgh after that.

Katy MacDonald went the distance for the win, scattering six hits while striking out 12 and walking three. She also helped her own cause with a double and two singles good for three runs batted in.

Maureen Capehart knocked in three runs with a triple and a single; Heath had a single to go with her homer and Taylor Lauritsen contributed two singles and two RBIs.

Michelle Wells and Tara Utecht had two singles each for Hampden-Newburgh and Amanda Palmer had a two-run double.

Bangor East (2-0) 401 064 – 15 11 2

Hampden-Newburgh (1-1)100 150 – 7 6 5

MacDonald and Strout; Littlefield and Cayia

Junior baseball, 13-14

Acadia 10, Ellsworth 4

At Bucksport, Dustin Dunn’s RBI triple led Acadia of Bar Harbor to victory in a District 1 contest.

Joey Cough hit three singles for the winners while Willie Romano added a double.

Bryan Gashland hit a double and a single for Ellsworth. Corey Smith added a double.

Ellsworth 310 000 0 – 4 4 1

Acadia 003 061 x – 10 10 1

Gashland and Smith; Buell and Romano

Brewer 12, Glenburn 6

At Mansfield Stadium in Bangor, Ben Davis smacked a two-run double in the second and Justin Phinney added an RBI single in the same inning to help Brewer to the District 3 win.

Kevin McAvoy added a triple and two singles for Brewer.

Andrew Trundy led Glenburn with two singles.

Glenburn (0-1) 101 022 0 – 6 9 2

Brewer (1-0) 370 200 x – 12 12 2

Ryan, Doughty (2) and Yeo; Davis, Patterson (6), McAvoy (7) and Caldwell

Hampden 8, Orono-Veazie 4

At Mansfield Stadium in Bangor, Billy Shannon rapped three singles and Hampden blew open a 4-4 game with four runs in the bottom of the sixth in the win.

Matt Pierce added two singles and Cliff Gardner doubled for Hampden.

Andrew Otis and Nathan Faulstick stroked two singles each for Orono-Veazie.

Orono-Veazie (0-1) 220 000 0 – 4 6 1

Hampden (1-0) 210 104 x – 8 11 3

Thomas, Faulstick (6) and Faulstick, Thomas (6); Huntley, Moran (7) and Pierce

Lincoln 9, Old Town 5

At Mansfield Stadium in Bangor, Bryan Berry tossed a seven-hitterand Lincoln scored eight runs over the game’s final three innings en route to the victory.

Jason Murchison and Levi Slike hit three singles apiece for Lincoln while Lance Springer and Cory Kimball added two singles each. Tony Jensen added an RBI double.

Josh Marcho doubled and knocked in two runs and Adam Aucoin pitched in with two singles for Old Town.

Lincoln (1-0) 100 041 3 – 9 15 4

Old Town (0-1) 000 010 4 – 5 7 3

Berry and Kimball, Reed; Lukas, Dill (6) and Estes

Bangor 15, Hermon 0

At Mansfield Stadium in Bangor, Brian Hackett and Ben Silver combined on a one-hit shutout and Bangor blew the game open by sending 19 batters to the plate and scoring 13 runs in the third inning.

Silver, Jordan Heath, Anthony Derosa and Ricky Estes rapped two singles each for Bangor. Silver knocked in two runs.

Brian McGinley singled for Hermon.

Bangor (1-0) 10(13) 01 – 15 13 0

Hermon (0-1) 000 00 – 0 1 4

Hackett, Silver (5) and Silver, Estes (3); Bart, Wilder (3) and Hurd


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