May 16, 2013

Girls' Roundup: Hawks, Scots settle for a draw

From staff reports

STANDISH - Allison Pillar hit a two-run homer in the fifth inning and finished with three RBI for Bonny Eagle, which overcame a 5-1 deficit and scored a run in the bottom of the seventh Wednesday to force a 5-5 tie against Marshwood in an SMAA softball game called after seven innings because of rain.

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Kim Hussey of Marshwood reacts after Bonny Eagle’s Mariah Harrison is out at second base during Wednesday’s softball game at Standish. The game ended 5-5 after seven innings because of rain and will be counted as a tie.

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Allison Pillar heads for home as her Bonny Eagle teammates prepare to welcome her after an inside-the-park home run Wednesday against Marshwood. The game was called after seven innings because of rain with the score tied 5-5.

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Gianna Riccardi belted a home run and a double for Marshwood (7-3-1), and Nicole Harvey finished with 12 strikeouts. Allison Pike of Bonny Eagle (7-4-1) had 11 strikeouts.

FRYEBURG ACADEMY 2, GRAY-NEW GLOUCESTER 1: Sarah Harriman threw a six-hitter with seven strikeouts and no walks and also hit a solo homer to lift the Raiders (12-1) over the Patriots (7-5) at Gray.

Harriman led off the fourth with her home run, and Kylie Locke singled and scored on an error later in the inning.

Gray-New Gloucester cut the lead in half in the sixth when Sammy Wilkins tripled and scored on Maria Valente's sacrifice fly.

SCARBOROUGH 9, KENNEBUNK 2: Marisa O'Toole tripled home two runs and scored on a groundout, and Alyssa Williamson belted a solo homer as the Red Storm (10-1) scored five times in the fourth inning to take a 7-0 lead over Kennebunk (5-5) at Scarborough.

Erin Giles had four hits and two RBI and struck out eight while pitching a six-hitter. Williamson also had four hits and two RBI.

POLAND 2, FALMOUTH 0: Kylie Martin struck out five and walked three while throwing a two-hitter for the Knights (7-4) in a win over the Yachtsmen (5-5) at Poland.

The game was scoreless until the bottom of the sixth when Haley Whitworth singled and later scored on an error. Poland added a second run on an RBI single by Martin.

Falmouth's Julia Treadwell pitched a four-hitter with seven strikeouts and one walk.

WELLS 4, FREEPORT 2: Meghan Young had three hits and the visiting Warriors (7-5) broke a 2-2 tie with two runs in the fifth inning against the Falcons (4-7).

Necole Harrison tripled and Lauren Cormier had two hits for Freeport.

SANFORD 4, MASSABESIC 0: Sam Adams struck out six while pitching a one-hitter as the Spartans (6-5) defeated the Mustangs (4-8) at Sanford.

Amber Libby, Massabesic's second batter, hit a clean single to left-center in the first inning.

Sam Fecteau broke up a scoreless deadlock with a sacrifice fly in the fifth, and Dani Collinson added a two-run homer in the sixth.

CAPE ELIZABETH 13, LAKE REGION 1: Emma O'Rourke finished 4 for 4, including a pair of doubles, and Tess Haller knocked in three runs on as many hits to lead the Capers (11-0) past the Lakers (0-10) in five innings at Cape Elizabeth.

Ashley Clark led Lake Region with two singles.

GORHAM 3, CHEVERUS 0: Katelyn Wilson pitched a five-hitter with four strikeouts, and Lindsey Wilcox had two hits as the Rams (4-7) downed the visiting Stags (6-5).

Gorham took the lead in the third inning. Emily Deluca walked and scored on an error, and Erin Smith scored on a fielder's choice grounder by Patti Smith.

Wilcox stole home in the fourth for the other run.

SOUTH PORTLAND 9, WINDHAM 0: Olivia Indorf pitched a one-hitter for the Red Riots (10-2) against the Eagles (4-7) at South Portland.

Indorf (4-1) struck out 10 and walked six. Windham's Morgan Richmond singled up the middle in the first inning.

Danica Gleason knocked in three runs and was 3 for 3.

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