May 28, 2013

Roundup: Scarborough wins SMAA showdown

From staff reports

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Trevor Sparda is greeted by his Scarborough teammates after scoring the game’s first run in the seventh inning Monday against Marshwood. Scarborough won, 3-0.

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Ben Greenberg of Scarborough delivers a pitch on his way to a four-hit shutout that improved his record to 6-0.

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Erica Sullivan struck out six while tossing a five-hitter to earn the win.

The Scots took the lead with a four-run first inning that included a two-run double by Pillar.

 

SOUTH PORTLAND 11, PORTLAND 1: Olivia Indorf struck out 13 while throwing a three-hitter as the Red Riots (13-2) downed the Bulldogs (2-13) at Portland.

Sam DiBiase hit a two-run triple and finished with four RBI.

 

GORHAM 4, PORTLAND 3: Gabby Martell singled in the bottom of the 10th and eventually scored on an error to lift the Rams (6-9) over the Bulldogs (2-14) at Gorham.

Martell and Sam Robinson finished with three hits apiece to pace a 13-hit attack.

Gianna Gaudet had a pair of hits for Portland.

 

FRYEBURG ACADEMY 3, FREEPORT 1: Sarah Harriman was perfect through five innings and took a no-hitter into the seventh while striking out 13 for the Raiders (14-1) in a win over the Falcons (5-10) at Fryeburg.

Kristen Chipman led off the third inning with a single and later scored on an error. Fryeburg added two runs in the fifth on three walks, an error and a wild pitch.

Necole Harrison broke up the no-hit bid with a leadoff double in the seventh and scored on a single by Leigh Wyman.

 

BELFAST 2, MORSE 1: Ashley Littlefield pitched a three-hitter with eight strikeouts and no walks to lift the Lions (6-8) over the Shipbuilders (2-12) at Bath.

Jacelyn McNeill allowed eight hits and struck out three for Morse.

 

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