April 27, 2013

Girls' Roundup: Capers show offense in win

From staff reports

GRAY - Emma O'Rourke hit a two-run triple and Ashley Tinsman added a pair of doubles Friday to lead Cape Elizabeth to a 14-2 victory against Gray-New Gloucester in a Western Maine Conference softball game.

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Katelyn Wilson of Kennebunk hits a grounder to Cheverus third baseman Katie Roy, waiting for the ball right from the crack of the bat, during Cheverus’ 6-1 victory Friday.

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Katie Rabasca pitched a five-hitter for Cape Elizabeth (4-0), which totaled 15 hits.

Sandy Ricardi had a pair of hits for Gray-New Gloucester (3-2).

BIDDEFORD 5, MASSABESIC 1: Abbie Paquette scattered eight hits and drove in a run as the Tigers (1-3) downed the Mustangs (2-2) at Biddeford.

Biddeford broke a 1-1 tie with a four-run third inning, capped by Charlotte White's RBI single and Katie Plante's sacrifice fly.

SCARBOROUGH 7, BONNY EAGLE 1: Brenna Kent had a pair of hits, including a three-run homer, and Erin Giles struck out 12 in a five-hitter to lead the Red Storm (3-0) past the Scots (2-2) at Standish.

Allison Pike and Rebecca Howell had two hits apiece, and Howell drove in a run for Bonny Eagle.

FRYEBURG ACADEMY 13, LAKE REGION 0: Sarah Harriman tossed a one-hitter and keyed a 10-run first inning with a two-run double to lead the Raiders (4-0) past the Lakers (0-4) in five innings at Fryeburg.

Harriman struck out nine and walked one. Kalor Plummer got Lake Region's hit in the fourth.

CHEVERUS 6, KENNEBUNK 1: Libby DesRuisseaux had three hits, and Isabella Grasso and Jamie Dulac drove in two runs apiece to lead the Stags (4-0) past the Rams (1-1) at Portland.

Brittany Bell scattered seven hits and struck out 11 for the Stags.

THORNTON ACADEMY 12, GORHAM 4: Samantha Schildroth had three hits with two triples and four RBI to pace Thornton Academy (3-1) over the Rams (0-3) at Gorham.

Emily Richard added two hits and three RBI, and Erin Brayden had a triple and two RBI for the Golden Trojans.

MT. ARARAT 15, LEWISTON 5: Taylor Pare had five hits and six RBI as the Eagles (2-3) handled the Blue Devils (0-5) at Lewiston.

LINCOLN ACADEMY 10, BELFAST 2: Abby Farrin singled home two runs and scored during a six-run first inning, and also struck out seven for the Eagles at Newcastle.

MORSE 12, MT. VIEW 0: Lucy Rawson finished with three hits and three RBI, and Nichole Laggan and Neisa Ryder drove in two runs apiece for the Shipbuilders (1-4) in a five-inning victory against the Mustangs (0-4) at Thorndike.

WESTBROOK 13, DEERING 1: Kayla Tibbetts pitched a one-hitter with seven strikeouts and no walks as the Blue Blazes (2-2) cruised past the Rams (0-4) in five innings at Westbrook.

GREELY 6, POLAND 1: Elyse Dinan hit an RBI double during a three-run third inning and added a three-run homer in the seventh to lead the Rangers (3-1) past the Knights (2-3) at Poland.

Dani Cimino of Greely threw a three-hitter with nine strikeouts.

SANFORD 14, PORTLAND 1: Sam Adams threw a one-hitter with eight strikeouts and one walk, and had four hits with a home run and four RBI to lead Sanford (2-2) over the Bulldogs (0-4) at Portland.

WELLS 14, SACOPEE VALLEY 2: Monica Link hit a two-run single during a five-run first inning, and Jordan Agger added a three-run homer in the second as the Warriors (2-1) cruised past the Hawks (1-3) in six innings at Wells.

MCAULEY 11, WINDHAM 4: Molly Mack had four hits and reliever Sam Libby pitched 31/3 scoreless innings for the Lions (1-2) against the Eagles (2-2) at Windham.

YARMOUTH 19, OLD ORCHARD BEACH 4: McKenzie Gray, Kallie Hutchinson and Julia Anastos each had two hits and two RBI to pace the Clippers (3-1) in a 12-hit offense against the Seagulls (0-3) at Yarmouth.


FALMOUTH 11, MARSHWOOD 10: Molly Ryan scored four goals and set up the winner as the Yachtsmen (2-1) edged the Hawks (2-1) at Falmouth.

WINDHAM 10, BONNY EAGLE 3: Christina Pollard, Sam Greenlaw and Luisa Sbardella scored three goals apiece to lift the Eagles (2-0) over the Scots (1-2) at Windham.

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