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May 7, 2013

Girls' Roundup: Sanford deals Scarborough its first defeat

From staff reports

SANFORD - Pitcher Samantha Adams hit a two-out homer in the eighth inning as Sanford earned a 3-2 win over previously undefeated Scarborough in an SMAA softball game Monday.

Adams struck out 12, walked two and surrendered six hits as Sanford improved to 5-3.

Scarborough pitcher Erin Giles allowed only four hits. Grace Farnkoff and Alyssa Williamson each had two hits for the Red Storm (6-1).

BIDDEFORD 8, MARSHWOOD 0: Erin Martin hit a two-run triple in the first inning and Charlotte White followed with an RBI double as the Tigers (5-3) took control early against the Hawks (5-2) at Biddeford.

Abbie Paquette scattered six hits, struck out five and walked two.

BONNY EAGLE 13, MASSABESIC 5: Allison Pike struck out five and gave up five hits as the Scots (4-4) downed the Mustangs (4-4) at Standish.

Becca Howell tripled twice and drove in two runs.

Allison Pillar, Breanna Lifland and Lindsey Gammon also had two RBI.

WESTBROOK 5, CHEVERUS 4: Kayla Tibbetts singled home Kerigan Demers in the fifth inning for what proved to be the winning run as the Blue Blazes (5-3) edged the Stags (5-2) at Westbrook.

Katie Clark had a three-run double for Westbrook in the second inning.

Libby DesRuisseaux hit an RBI triple for Cheverus.

KENNEBUNK 10, PORTLAND 1: Carinn Burns struck out nine while throwing a four-hitter, and Liz Cable drove in four runs to lead the Rams (3-3) past the Bulldogs (2-7) at Portland.

Meg Cadigan added two hits and three RBI for the Rams, who broke the game open with a five-run fifth.

Portland's run came in the seventh inning when Leanne Reichert tripled and scored on an error.

SOUTH PORTLAND 18, MCAULEY 0: Emily Gray was 4 for 4 as the Red Riots (6-2) rolled past the Lions (1-6) at South Portland.

Erin Bogdanovich struck out 13 and surrendered just one hit. Danica Gleason hit a two-run homer.

GORHAM 10, DEERING 3: Patty Smith and Emily DeLuca each had a pair of RBI to lead Gorham (2-5) past visiting Deering (0-8).

Erin Smith went 3 for 5 for Gorham.

CAPE ELIZABETH 9, WELLS 0: Kate Rabasca struck out six and scattered six hits as the Capers (7-0) shut out the Warriors (5-4) at Cape Elizabeth.

Mary Perkins had two doubles and two RBI, and Ashley Tinsman hit a two-run homer.

Maddie Taylor had a pair of hits for Wells.

FRYEBURG ACADEMY 5, YARMOUTH 3: Sarah Harriman homered and tossed a four-hitter for the Raiders (9-0) in a win over the Clippers (4-4) at Yarmouth.

Harriman's home run followed one by Maddie Pearson and put Fryeburg up 4-1 in the fifth.

Kallie Hutchinson answered in the bottom of the fifth with what appeared to be a three-run home run, but one runner was called out for missing a base.

Harriman finished with nine strikeouts.

GREELY 19, FREEPORT 3: Danielle Cimino hit a pair of home runs and struck out 11 as the Rangers (7-2) cruised past the Falcons (3-5) in six innings at Freeport.

Elyse Dinan and Miranda Moore also homered and finished with two hits apiece for Greely.

Freeport was led by Necole Harrison with three hits, including a triple, an RBI and a run.

FALMOUTH 14, LAKE REGION 1: Julia Treadwell and Elizabeth Walker each homered for the Yachtsmen (4-3) in a five-inning win over the Lakers (0-6) at Naples.

Treadwell had five strikeouts and no walks while throwing a four-hitter.

 

GRAY-NEW GLOUCESTER 4, YORK 2: Maria Valente scattered 10 hits as the Patriots (6-3) beat the Wildcats (1-6) at York.

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