September 19, 2018
HIGH SCHOOL ROUNDUP

Hawks edge Bapst Kenerson single lifts Hermon

BANGOR – Tim Kenerson’s RBI single in the seventh inning lifted the Hermon Hawks to a 4-3 high school baseball win over the John Bapst Crusaders Tuesday at the Winkin Complex.

Hermon’s Zach Deabay tied the game in the seventh with an RBI single. Brian Day and Paul Ormsby each added two singles.

Chris Smith hit an RBI triple for Hermon, and Casey Hull singled and scored a run.

Hermon (8-8) 200 000 2 – 4 8 2

John Bapst (9-7) 020 010 0 – 3 2 2

Estes and Kane; Yates and Hull

Hampden 5, Erskine 4

At Hampden, Patrick Stephens led off the bottom of the sixth with a triple, then scored the winning run for the Broncos on Nolan Turner’s single.

Stephens finished with two doubles, a triple, and two runs scored. Turner and Harvey Shue each had two singles. Turner had two RBIs and Shue had one.

Chris Foster hit an RBI single to lead the Eagles of South China.

Erskine (3-13) 000 040 0 – 4 3 1

Hampden (6-10) 020 201 x – 5 10 2

Cowing, Tibbetts (5) and Carrier; Farley, Perry (5), Kelsey (5) and Stephens

Stearns 5, Penobscot Valley 3

At Millinocket, Travis Deabay hit a two-out, two-run double in the sixth inning to help lead Stearns past Penobscot Valley of Howland.

Tyler Emerson hit an RBI triple for Stearns, and Josh Saucier added an RBI double. Justin Pelkey, Brian Bolduc, and Emerson combined to record 13 strikeouts.

Aaron Saucier hit an RBI double to lead the Howlers, and Bryant Ware singled twice.

Penobscot Valley (8-7) 000 010 2 – 3 4 2

Stearns (12-4) 002 102 x – 5 6 3

Worster and Thompson; Pelkey, Bolduc (6), Emerson (7) and Emerson, Barnett (7)

Brewer 7, Nokomis 5

At Newport, Greg Higgins knocked in two runs with a double as Brewer held off Nokomis.

Brad Brown had an RBI single and Prentiss Swett two singles and an RBI for the Witches.

Adam Littlefield led Nokomis with two singles and three RBIs; Isaac Osborne had two singles.

Brewer (10-6) 220 030 0 – 7 5 2

Nokomis (1-15) 000 001 4 – 5 5 7

Burnham, Higgins (4), Swett (6), Burnham (7) and Jackson, Thoms (4); Amoroso, Gould (3) and York

Oak Hill 6, MCI 3

At Pittsfield, Brandon Plourde doubled and singled to drive in two runs and lift Oak Hill of Sabattus over Maine Central Institute.

Eric Guerette doubled for Oak Hill.

Adam Connors hit a solo home run in the second inning for the Huskies. Ethan West tripled and Victor Quint hit an RBI double.

Oak Hill (9-7) 202 200 0 – 6 6 1

MCI (2-14) 010 002 0 – 3 5 4

Ellis and Plourde; Rowe, Saucier (5), Cook (7) and Miller

Mattanawcook 7, Foxcroft 6

At Dover-Foxcroft, Adam Long’s run-scoring single with two outs in the top of the ninth inning gave Mattanawcook Academy of Lincoln an important win.

Singles by Alex Bottarelli and Adam Laird preceded Long’s base hit.

Brad Bellamare’s two-run homer, Shane Adkins’ two-run single, and Ian Champeon’s sacrifice fly keyed a five-run seventh inning rally by the Ponies that forced extra innings.

Aaron Flannery had a three-run homer for the Lynx and Peter Coggins had a two-run homer and a single. Josh Murchison doubled and singled, and Long had a pair of base hits.

Josiah Richard, Ujiro Sano, and Abe Landry had two singles apiece for Foxcroft.

Mattanawcook (7-8) 310 000 201 – 7 15 1

Foxcroft (8-8) 100 000 500 – 6 10 1

Murchison, Bottarelli (7) and Smith; White, Landry (9) and Lancisi

Softball

Central 2, Bangor Christian 0

At Corinth, junior righthander Hilary Haney fired a two-hitter, striking out 12 and not walking anybody, and she also walloped a solo homer and scored both runs as Central triumphed.

Haney walked and scored in the first on Kara Voisine’s two-out single. She homered to left in the third.

Sammi Morin had the other Central hit, a single.

Christin Pelletier doubled and singled for Bangor Christian, and Monica Alexander and Jillian French teamed up on a three-hitter.

Bangor Christian (10-6) 000 000 0 – 0 2 0

Central (13-3) 101 000 0 – 2 3 2

Alexander, French (6) and Brasslett; Haney and Randall

Hampden 5, Erskine 0

At Hampden, Lacey Littlefield allowed three hits and two walks while striking out 13 to lead Hampden Academy to the shutout victory over Erskine Academy of South China.

Ashley Gott doubled and singled to drive in a run for the Broncos. Michelle Wells and Eva Shannon each singled twice.

Erika Malley doubled for Erskine.

Erskine (4-12) 000 000 0 – 0 3 1

Hampden (12-4) 000 203 x – 5 9 1

Zibura and R. Siegfriedt; Littlefield and Gott

MCI 1, Oak Hill 0

At Pittsfield, Jordan Kennedy pitched a four-hitter while notching 12 strikeouts and four walks to lead host Maine Central Institute past Oak Hill of Sabattus.

Mandy Kennedy’s bloop single to right scored Lydia Fortin with the winning run after Fortin led off the bottom of the seventh with a triple.

Angie Russell had a double and a single for Oak Hill.

Oak Hill 000 000 0 – 0 4 0

MCI 000 000 1 – 1 4 3

Russell and Roberts; Kennedy and Sousa

Forest Hills 8, Greenville 1

At Jackman, the host Tigers took advantage of eight Greenville errors en route to the win.

Vicki Pease and Jasmine Worster both singled for Forest Hills, while Leann Doyle tripled

MacKenzie Wyman paced Greenville with a double and a single, and Saige Weeks doubled.

Greenville 000 001 0 – 1 4 8

Forest Hills 313 001 x – 8 3 1

Muzzy and Wilson; Allen and Pease

Hermon 4, John Bapst 3

At Hermon, Ally Wharton knocked in a run with a groundout in the sixth that was the game-winner for Hermon.

Wharton doubled and tripled earlier in the game for the Hawks, while Lily Barry tripled and singled to knock in a run.

Hillary LaFerriere and Whitney Sinclair each had two singles for John Bapst of Bangor.

Hermon (12-4) 001 021 0 – 4 6 3

John Bapst (7-9) 110 100 0 – 3 6 2

Kelley and Page; Richard and Perkins

Penobscot Valley 5, Stearns 4

At Millinocket, Casey McClaskey hit a double and two singles and scored a run to help push Penobscot Valley of Howland past Stearns.

Lyndsay Drost hit three singles for the Howlers and Molly Thompson added an RBI dobule.

Deanna Michaud had a triple and two singles to lead Stearns and Amy Collinsworth hit a two-run double in the third inning.

Penobscot Valley (13-2) 400 100 0 – 5 12 2

Stearns (12-4) 002 020 0 – 4 7 1

McClaskey and Lavertu; O’Toole and Leavitt

Mattanawcook 14, Foxcroft 0

At Dover-Foxcroft, Deni Nicastro allowed three hits, two walks and four hit batsman while striking out 15 to lead Mattanawcook Academy of Lincoln to the shutout of Foxcroft Academy.

Hillary Pelkey tripled and doubled to drive in two runs for the Lynx. Renee Libbey hit a two-run double, and Jessica Thornton added an RBI double.

Beka Flanders, Sarah Whittemore, and Natasha Ryder singled for the Ponies.

Mattanawcook (8-7) 220 700 3 – 14 4 0

Foxcroft (1-15) 000 000 0 – 0 3 8

Nicastro and Hanscom; Boss and Snyder

Nokomis 2, Brewer 1

At Newport, Danielle White scored the eventual game-winning run on a wild pitch in the bottom of the fourth as Nokomis edged Brewer.

Tatum Welch singled in Autumn Slike, who had singled, in the first for the Warriors.

Dominique DeFilipp singled three times for the Witches, and Sarah Risser doubled.

Brewer (13-3) 000 100 0 – 1 8 1

Nokomis (11-5) 100 100 x – 2 4 0

Smith and Risser; Cianchette and Cossor

Ellsworth 14, MDI 2

At Bar Harbor, Maggie Seavey hit a triple, two doubles, and a single to lead the Eagles.

Calla Lane added three singles for Ellsworth in the five-inning contest.

Miranda McIntyre led MDI with a double and a single, while Chelsea Bothen singled twice.

Ellsworth (14-1) 441 41 – 14 10 1

MDI (2-14) 002 00 – 2 7 3

Miller and Rockwood; Parady, Johnson (5) and Damon


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