May 1, 2010

Girls' Roundup: Scots top Rams in 11 innings, 1-0

From staff reports

STANDISH - Mariah Harrison hit an RBI single in the bottom of the 11th inning Friday to give Bonny Eagle a 1-0 win over Kennebunk in an SMAA softball game.

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Hayley Bright of North Yarmouth Academy defends against Waynflete's Amy Allen during their lacrosse game Friday in Yarmouth. NYA won, 7-6.

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Harrison, a freshman who was added to the roster before the game, drove in Whitney Porter. Porter hit a leadoff triple but was held at third three times, on an infield single and two groundouts, before the winning hit.

Hannah Goodale struck out 15 and worked out of several jams to earn the win. Connie Grovo and Brooke Van Rosendael each had two hits for Bonny Eagle (1-2).

Kelly King struck out 12 and Alex Leonardi had two hits for Kennebunk (2-2).

MCAULEY 4, SANFORD 3: Sam Schildroth singled home Mary Redmond with one out in the bottom of the seventh inning to lift the Lions (3-0) over the Redskins (1-3) at Portland.

McAuley broke a scoreless tie with three runs in the fifth on an inside-the-park homer by Allina Verrillo, an RBI triple by Gabby Townsend and an RBI single by Shelby Bryant.

Sanford tied it in the top of the seventh on a three-run inside-the-park homer by Jordan Brasier.

McAuley pitcher Jen Field struck out seven and allowed eight hits.

CHEVERUS 5, DEERING 0: Theresa Hendrix had a single and a triple and struck out 10 while pitching a one-hitter as the Stags (2-2) blanked the Rams (1-3) at Cheverus.

Audrey Grinnell added a two-run homer, and Anna Snook and Jasmyn Welch finished with two hits apiece.

SOUTH PORTLAND 11, WESTBROOK 0: Alexis Bogdanovich struck out 11 while throwing a one-hitter as the Red Riots (4-0) downed the Blue Blazes (1-3) at South Portland.

Kahli Swiger had a pair of hits for the Red Riots, and Katlin Norton smacked a two-run triple.

GRAY-NEW GLOUCESTER 8, CAPE ELIZABETH 3: Cassie Wilson hit a two-run double, and Natalie Tombarelli had a single and a triple for the Patriots (3-0) in a win over the Capers (0-3) at Gray.

Laura Getchell allowed three unearned runs on three hits while striking out nine.

Gabe Donahue had a pair of singles for Cape Elizabeth.

SACOPEE VALLEY 7, POLAND 2: Brittney Sterling drove in a pair of runs and Whitney Stacey pitched a five-hitter to lead the Hawks (2-0) past the Knights (0-4) at Poland.

FRYEBURG ACADEMY 16, WELLS 2: Maggie McConkey, Ashley Watkins and Kelsey Sheehan each had three hits to pace the Raiders (4-0) to a five-inning win over the Warriors (3-1) at Wells.

GEORGES VALLEY 18, BOOTHBAY REGION 0: Danielle Frye pitched a one-hitter and the Buccaneers (2-0) collected 15 hits as they cruised past the Seahawks (0-3) at Boothbay Harbor.

Jessie Veilleux tripled for Georges Valley, and Kennadi Grover had a double.

The lone hit for the Seahawks was a single by Allison Crocker.

MEDOMAK VALLEY 12, LEAVITT 0: Kayla Santheson struck out 11 while pitching a two-hitter, and hit a single and a triple to lead the Panthers (3-1) past the Hornets (1-3) at Turner.

Lindsey Ranquist and Jessica Koon each had two hits for Medomak Valley, and Heidi Obuchon drove in a pair of runs.

LACROSSE

NYA 7, WAYNFLETE 6: Courtney Dumont finished with three goals and three assists, and Lilly Wellenbach added two goals and two assists as the Panthers (2-1) held off the Flyers (1-1) at Yarmouth.

Morgan Woodhouse led Waynflete with three goals. Scout Haffenreffer scored twice.

Ashley Salerno finished with 11 saves for NYA.

YARMOUTH 11, GREELY 7: Danielle Torres scored four goals and Devin Simsarian added three as the Clippers (3-0) defeated the Rangers (0-2) at Cumberland.

Kelly Burrell had four goals, and Melanie Howland chipped in two goals and an assist for Greely, which led 5-4 at halftime.

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