April 23, 2013

Girls' roundup: Hawks' Harvey wins duel, 3-1

From staff reports

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CARRABEC 15, BOOTHBAY REGION 2: Brooke Lewis hit three doubles and a triple to help Carrabec (1-0) defeat Boothbay Region (0-1) in six innings at Boothbay.

Carrabec scored 10 in the sixth to extend its lead to 14 runs.


SACOPEE VALLEY 17, TRAIP 5: Dakota Miner had three RBI as the Hawks (2-0) downed the Rangers (0-1) at Kittery.

Cari Estes knocked in two runs and Brooke Totman had a two-run double for Sacopee Valley.

Lynne Moore and Briana Lamoureux had two RBI apiece for Traip.


WINTHROP 13, MOUNTAIN VALLEY 1: Randi Dennett had a double and three singles to lead the host Ramblers to the MVC win.

Abby Helm added a triple and two doubles for Winthrop (1-0). Kristin Doughty pitched a two-hitter to earn the win over the Falcons (0-1).


MESSALONSKEE 12, LAWRENCE 1: Courtney Veilleux, Natalie Hunt and Phoebe Pelletier each had three singles to lead the Eagles (3-0) to the KVAC A win in Oakland.

Bri Garland added a three-run double and a single for Messalonskee.

Bri Emery led Lawrence (0-3) with a double and a single.


ERSKINE 14, LEWISTON 0: Alyssa Gartley had three singles to lead the Eagles to the KVAC A win in South China.

Kaitlyn Sutter and Avery Bond had two singles apiece for Erskine (1-2).

The Blue Devils are 0-3.


MARSHWOOD 16, NOBLE 0: Janay Wright had four goals and an assist, and Alli Schoff three goals and an assist as the Hawks (1-0) dominated Noble (0-2) in South Berwick.

Brittany Bossi added two goals and four assists, and Jillian Gori also scored twice. Meghan Lewis made six saves for the shutout.


WAYNFLETE 14, WELLS 2: Ella Millard scored five times and assisted on four others, and Sadie Cole added five goals and four assists to give the Flyers (1-0) the victory against Wells (0-1) in Portland.

Amanda Deshaies and Hailey Smith scored for the Warriors.

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