July 21, 2013

Local Baseball/Softball: Westbrook pulls surprise

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SCARBOROUGH 10, BRISTOL, VT. 8: Sydney Plummer hit a two-run single during a seven-run second inning and Scarborough (1-1) held off Bristol (0-1) at the Little League 11-12 Eastern Regional at Bristol, Conn.

Scarborough next plays Derry, N.H., at 2 p.m. Monday.


AUGUSTA 13, PORTLAND 5: Justin Rodrigue, the winning pitcher, had two singles and a double to lead Augusta (1-1) past Portland (0-2) in an elimination game at the state tournament at Fairfield.

Nick Archambault, James Sinclair and Ryan Caiazzo singled for Portland.


FALMOUTH 9, ELLSWORTH 1: Robbie Armitage hit a double and two singles, and drove in three runs as Falmouth (1-0) downed Ellsworth (0-2) in the state tournament at Bangor.

Reese Armitage added an RBI triple and a double for Falmouth, which scored three runs in each of the first two innings.

BRONCO 8, FALMOUTH 1: Andrew Gendreau pitched a four-hitter as Bronco, representing Hermon, Hampden, Newburgh and Winterport, advanced to Sunday's 4 p.m. state final at Bangor.

Chris Camelio had a pair of singles for Falmouth, which plays Ellsworth in Sunday's 1 p.m. semifinal.


MAINERS 11, MUSKRATS 6: Sam Balzano and Billy Beresznizwics each had two hits, and combined to drive in three runs and score three times for Sanford (15-18), which scored five runs in the seventh inning and six in the eighth to rally past visiting Laconia (18-15).

Troy Black added a two-run double and scored, and Connor Castellano and Anthony Papio scored twice each for Sanford.


NAVIGATORS 8, RAGING TIDE 7: North Shore (17-17) scored four runs in the ninth to win at Old Orchard Beach.

Mekae Hyde went 3 for 5 with a solo homer and Graham McIntire added two hits, including a homer, two RBI and two runs for the Raging Tide.

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