Friday, December 6, 2013
From staff reports
KENNEBUNK - Carinn Burns struck out eight and also homered Monday to lead Kennebunk to an 8-5 victory against Windham in an SMAA softball game.
Brittany Madore hit a two-run double during a five-run fourth inning for the Rams (2-1), who added three in the fifth.
Windham (2-3) opened the scoring with a three-run fourth that was sparked by Morgan Richmond's triple.
BELFAST 7, MORSE 6: Killyan Richards struck out five and walked none to lead the Lions (3-1) over Morse (1-5) at Belfast.
Belfast scored in the bottom of the seventh inning to break a 6-6 tie.
LINCOLN ACADEMY 6, CAMDEN HILLS 2: Abby Farrin struck out 10 over five shutout innings and the Eagles (4-1) broke the game open with a five-run fifth to pull away from the Windjammers (2-3) at Rockport.
Miranda Achorn, Barrett Campbell and Morgan Achorn drove in one run and scored another for Lincoln.
BIDDEFORD 19, DEERING 0: Abby Paquette pitched a perfect game with nine strikeouts and Jocelyn Moody knocked in six runs on three hits as Biddeford (2-3) downed Deering (0-5) in five innings at Portland.
Moody hit a three-run triple in the fourth as the Tigers took a 7-0 lead. She also hit a two-run double and an RBI single.
Biddeford put the game out of reach with 12 in the fifth.
FRYEBURG ACADEMY 10, FALMOUTH 0: Sarah Harriman tossed a four-hit shutout and struck out 11 for the Raiders (6-0) against the Yachtsmen (1-2) at Falmouth.
Harriman also hit for the cycle.
GRAY-NEW GLOUCESTER 5, YARMOUTH 4: Maria Valente had a pair of hits, including a triple, and scored twice as the Patriots (4-2) held off the Clippers (3-2) at Gray.
Valente was also the winning pitcher, striking out nine in a six-hitter.
McKenzie Gray had three hits and scored twice for Yarmouth.
POLAND 6, LAKE REGION 3: Kylie Martin struck out six as Poland (3-3) defeated Lake Region (0-5) at Naples.
Martin walked one and surrendered eight hits.
Brittana Maheux drove in two runs for Poland.
MARSHWOOD 4, CHEVERUS 0: Nicole Harvey struck out 11 and the Hawks (3-1) bunched all of their runs in the third inning to beat Cheverus (4-1) at South Berwick.
In the third, Gianna Riccardi came home on a bunt by Emily Robita. Harvey and Jillian Marcus added RBI singles in the inning.
WESTBROOK 6, MCAULEY 0: Catherine Galipeau hit a two-run double to spark a six-run seventh inning that lifted the Blue Blazes (3-2) over the Lions (1-3) at Portland.
Kayla Tibbets struck out five in a three-hitter for Westbrook.
Sam Libby of McAuley had 15 strikeouts and scattered five hits.
NOBLE 6, GORHAM 4: Laura Willey allowed five hits to secure her first varsity win for Noble (4-1) against Gorham (0-4) at North Berwick.
Willey struck out five, walked three and hit a batter.
Katie Taylor drove in three runs for Noble, including an RBI triple in the first inning and a bunt down the first-base line in the sixth that brought home two more.
Nicole Lanoie had three hits, including two doubles, and scored twice for the Knights.
OCEANSIDE 3, MEDOMAK VALLEY 1: Rachel Frye struck out 11, allowing three walks and two hits to power the Mariners (5-0) past the Panthers (4-1) at Rockland.
Frye also had three hits, and Kennadi Grover added two RBI with a single and a sacrifice fly for Oceanside.
Desire Benner struck out six for Medomak Valley.
WELLS SWEEPS TRAIP ACADEMY: Lauren Bame had a grand slam and finished with 10 RBI on the day as the Warriors (4-2) beat the Rangers (1-4) 20-0 and 25-0, both in five innings, at Wells.
Jordan Agger had a three-run homer with six RBI in the opener and Nodine Webster pitched a one-hitter.
Bame tossed a one-hitter with eight strikeouts in the second game.
HALL-DALE 7, WISCASSET 3: Olivia Maynard doubled and singled to lead the Bulldogs (2-3) over Wiscasset (1-4) at Farmingdale.
Becca Ackerson added two singles and earned the win.
Megan Corson hit a double and a single for Wiscasset.
OXFORD HILLS 5, ERSKINE ACADEMY 4: Angel Witham had a double and a single to lead the Vikings (4-1) over the Eagles (2-3) at South Paris.
Annika Kahkonen added two singles for Oxford Hills.
Erskine scored in the seventh to pull within one run. Alison Gauvin had a double, a single and two RBI, and Alyssa Gartley and Phoebe Cram each had two singles for the Eagles.
OAK HILL 8, ST. DOMINIC 4: Alyssa Rouleau had a double and triple to lead the Raiders (2-2) over the Saints (0-4) at Wales.
Brooke LeBel had three hits for Oak Hill, all singles, with two RBI. Kelsey Collins added two singles and Kortni Michaud struck out eight for the Raiders.
Bethany Fox and Sam Ladd each had two hits for St. Dom's.
WINTHROP 17, LISBON 3: Abby Helm hit a double, a triple and had four RBI to lead the Ramblers (2-1) over Lisbon (0-4) in five innings at Winthrop.
Krissi Doughty and Cat Ouellette each had two hits and three RBI, and Randi Dennett had two hits and two RBI for Winthrop (2-1). Doughty struck out nine.
CONY 11, EDWARD LITTLE 4: Sonja Morse had two of the five home runs for Cony (5-0) against the Red Eddies (2-3) at Augusta.
Morse added a single and three RBI. She also allowed six hits, striking out 10 and walking three.
Arika Brochu had a home run, a triple and two RBI for Cony, and Maggie Russell added a home run, a double and two RBI. Molly Russell also homered and Sydney Cheever chipped in with two doubles.
PORTLAND 7, BIDDEFORD 6: Laura Frank scored with 1:42 left as Portland (2-1) edged the Tigers (0-3) at Biddeford.
Drew Barry and Erin Mahoney had two goals apiece for the Bulldogs.
Emily Boisvert kept Biddeford in the game with 15 saves.
Shelby Courtois scored three goals for the Tigers.
GREELY 10, FREEPORT 8: Meg Finlay had five goals to lead the Rangers (2-0) past the Falcons (2-2) at Cumberland.
Krystyna Rybka made eight of her 10 saves in the second half for Greely.
Jocelyn Davee and Meredith Broderick each had three goals for Freeport.
THORNTON ACADEMY 14, DEERING 1: Katelyn Pierson scored six goals, and Carly McKenna added two goals and two assists as the Trojans (3-1) cruised past the Rams (1-3) at Saco.
Amanda Cook and Audrey Puleio chipped in with two goals apiece for the Trojans.
Nyalat Biliew scored for Deering.
WELLS 18, FRYEBURG ACADEMY 8: Maddie Andrews, Nicki Moody and Jasmine Loukola each scored five goals as the Warriors (3-1) downed the Raiders (1-1) at Wells.
Kendra Fox and Kyra Hunsicker scored three goals apiece for Fryeburg.