May 4, 2013

Softball Roundup: Scarborough stops Noble

From staff reports

NORTH BERWICK - Erin Giles had three hits and Scarborough used a pair of two-run innings to pull away from Noble for an 8-1 victory Friday in an SMAA softball game.

Scarborough (6-0) went ahead 3-1 with two in the fourth on a single by Maggie Murphy and a double by Paige Moore-Haskell.

The Red Storm added two in the fifth on a groundout and a single by Brenna Kent.

Katie Taylor and Nicole Lanoie hit back-to-back doubles in the third for Noble (5-2).

MT. ARARAT 9, BRUNSWICK 2: Devon Hutchins doubled home two runs and scored on Kim Leslie's single, helping Mt. Ararat (3-4) open a 4-0 first-inning lead over the Dragons (0-7) at Brunswick.

Taylor Pare scored the first of her four runs on Hutchins' double. Pare finished with four hits, including a three-run homer.

Leslie pitched a three-hitter for the Eagles, striking out five.

BIDDEFORD 3, KENNEBUNK 2: Abbie Paquette struck out 10, walked none and held the Rams (2-3) to five hits, leading the Tigers (4-3) to a win at Kennebunk.

Carinn Burns pitched a two-hitter for Kennebunk.

MEDOMAK VALLEY 3, LINCOLN ACADEMY 1: Desiree Benner pitched a three-hitter to help Medomak Valley (5-2) edge Lincoln Academy (4-3) at Newcastle.

Benner struck out six but walked seven.

Lauren Guptill had two singles and scored twice.

CHEVERUS 7, WINDHAM 2: Sophie Giancotti's single scored Brittany Bell and Katie Roy as the Stags (5-1) took a 2-0 first-inning lead over Windham (2-5) at Portland.

Libby DesRuisseaux also drove in two for Cheverus. Brittany Bell struck out five, and allowed seven hits and two walks.

MARSHWOOD 2, WESTBROOK 1: Gianna Riccardi beat a rundown on the third-base line to score the tying run in the sixth inning, and Sammy Crossman scored the winner from second when a line drive was dropped in the outfield on the next play as Marshwood (5-1) beat Westbrook (4-3) at South Berwick.

Westbrook took a 1-0 lead in the top of the sixth on Heather Berry's single.

MASSABESIC 7, GORHAM 2: Dani Egan gave up three hits and struck out seven to help Massabesic (4-3) defeat Gorham (1-5) at Waterboro.

Egan was 3 for 4 with a triple. Kassidy Hill drove in two runs on three hits, and Regan Adams and Kaelyn Lucier hit RBI doubles for the Mustangs.

CAMDEN HILLS 16, MORSE 3: Amy Haynes had two hits with a three-run homer, and Juliana Haynes, Becca Hilt and Natalie Hamalainen also had two hits apiece as the Windjammers (4-3) beat the Shipbuilders (1-6) at Topsham.

Morgan Cram had a pair of doubles for Morse.

PORTLAND 21, MCAULEY 3: Leanne Reichert hit two home runs and an RBI single to lead Portland (2-5) over visiting McAuley (1-5) in a five-inning game at Portland.

Cassandra Kennei provided five hits for the Bulldogs.

Isabelle DiMillo was the winning pitcher with four strikeouts, one walk and four hits.

SANFORD 5, BONNY EAGLE 1: Sam Adams struck out 11 while allowing two hits, including Becca Howell's homer, to lead the Spartans (4-3) over Bonny Eagle (3-4) at Sanford.

Jen Jones singled home a run and scored on Caitlin Pierce's two-run double for a 4-0 first-inning lead.

CAPE ELIZABETH 13, TRAIP ACADEMY 0: Cape Elizabeth (6-0) totaled 15 hits to down Traip Academy (2-5) in five innings at Kittery.

Kate Rabasca and Anna Goldstein combined to pitch a two-hitter for the Capers.

WELLS 11, LAKE REGION 0: Lauren Bame pitched a two-hit shutout as the Warriors (5-3) beat Lake Region (0-6) at Wells.

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