Thursday, April 24, 2014
From staff reports
(Continued from page 1)
Elyse Dinan of Greely beats the ball to the plate and scores in the first inning Wednesday. The Rangers got both of their runs in the first and beat Gray-New Gloucester, 2-0. The catcher is Emily Harlow.
John Ewing/Staff Photographer
Wells held a 2-0 lead on a third-inning single by Meghan Young and Jordan Agger's homer in the fourth.
OCEANSIDE 10, MORSE 1: Rachael Frye pitched a no-hitter with eight strikeouts and one walk as Oceanside (4-0) downed Morse (0-4) at Bath.
Brook Dugan drove in five runs.
SOUTH PORTLAND 6, THORNTON ACADEMY 2: Erin Bogdanovich had two hits, scored twice and pitched a three-hitter to lead the Red Riots (2-1) past the Trojans (2-1) at Saco.
Olivia Indorf added two hits and three RBI for South Portland.
GREELY 2, GRAY-NEW GLOUCESTER 0: Danielle Cimino pitched a four-hit shutout as Greely (3-0) held off Gray-New Gloucester (3-1) at Cumberland.
The Rangers scored their runs in the first inning on singles by Cimino and Michaela Twitchell.
MARSHWOOD 16, WESTBROOK 3: Korinne Bohunsky had five goals and two assists as Marshwood (2-0) rolled past the Blue Blazes (0-2) at Westbrook.
Alli Schiff and Janay Wright added three goals apiece for the Hawks.
GREELY 14, YORK 11: Julia Mitiguy had four goals and three assists as Greely won an opener at York.
Paige Tuller had five goals and one assist for the Rangers.