July 17, 2013

Local Baseball: Westbrook's comeback defeats Bristol Seafood

From staff reports

WESTBROOK - Keigan Sears singled in Keenen Lowe in the eighth inning Tuesday and Westbrook walked off with a 5-4 victory against Bristol Seafood in an American Legion Zone 4 baseball game.

Westbrook (9-6-1) overcame a 4-0 deficit to beat Bristol Seafood (6-9).

Lowe struck out 10 and scored the tying run in the sixth when he tripled and came home on a balk.

STAPLES CROSSING 10, POST 79-87-214 2: Robert Jones and Zach Hodges went a combined 6 for 7 to lead Marshwood (12-2-1) over Noble (3-10) at North Berwick.

Jones had three hits, including two doubles, drove home two runs and also scored. Hodges, who had a walk and three hits, lined two doubles and a triple, and knocked in a run.

BIDDEFORD SAVINGS BANK 8, SACO BAY PT 3: Nick Conley scored on Terry Crepeau's sixth-inning sacrifice fly to give Biddeford (7-7) a 4-3 lead against visiting York (8-5-1).

Taylor Reuillard doubled home two runs and also scored as Biddeford added four runs in the inning.

FALMOUTH 12, LIBBY-MITCHELL 1: Grayson Beressi's grand slam highlighted a nine-run second inning that gave Falmouth a six-inning win over Libby-Mitchell at Scarborough.

Ryan Mucci pitched a complete game for the win.

MOODY'S COLLISION 16, CUMBERLAND 6: Briar Morin had four hits and five RBI, including a three-run double in the first inning, as Gorham (15-1) beat visiting Greely (10-6).

Gorham widened a 7-6 lead to 13-6 with six runs in the third. Damon Wallace, who finished with four hits and four RBI, lined a two-run single in the inning.

MORRILL POST 7, FIRST TITLE 6: Adam Helmke drove in Brendan Horton in the seventh inning to lift Morrill Post (6-10) over First Title (2-15) at South Portland.

Horton led off the inning with a triple and had four RBI in the game.

JUNIOR LEGION

FALMOUTH POST 168 5, LIBBY-MITCHELL 2: Colby Emmertz stole three bases and scored three times to lead Falmouth (7-7) over visiting Scarborough (2-13).

Falmouth expanded a 2-0 lead to 4-0 during a fourth-inning rally keyed by Ted Blum's RBI single.

CAPE ELIZABETH 7, GRAY-NEW GLOUCESTER 3: Nate Ingalls had a double, a triple and four runs, and pitched four innings for the win as Cape Elizabeth (10-6) won at home.

Ingalls allowed two unearned runs on one hit as the starter.

WINDHAM MERCHANTS 7, OA YARMOUTH 4: Ryan Gorman singled home two runs and scored the third as Windham (5-9) overcame a 4-3 deficit with three runs in the third inning against visiting Yarmouth (10-6).

BRUNO'S 5, BIDDEFORD SAVINGS BANK 1: Ryan Ruhlin tossed a three-hitter with 10 strikeouts to lead Bruno's (11-4) past Biddeford Savings Bank (8-7) at Portland.

Owen Pence had a two-run single to cap a four-run fifth.

CHASE CUSTOM HOMES 5, CUMBERLAND 2: Cam Smith's two-run triple started a four-run first inning and Chase Custom Homes (11-5) held on at Cumberland (4-11).

SMITH-TOBEY 9, STANDISH 8: Brendan Emmons had three hits and two RBI, and Brandon Magliozzi also drove in two for Smith-Tobey, which took a 7-2 lead in the first two innings and held off host Standish Post 128 (7-8).

WESTBROOK 10, SCHWARTZ & SCHWARTZ 5: Parker Chabot hit a go-ahead two-run single as Westbrook used a six-run seventh inning to beat Schwartz & Schwartz (3-13) at Portland.

NECBL

WAVES 6, MAINERS 5: Ocean State (19-12) used a five-run fifth inning to pull away from Sanford (12-17) at Wakefield, R.I.

FCBL

PITTSFIELD 6, OLD ORCHARD BEACH 4: A walk-off two-run homer by Kyle Singleton lifted the Pittsfield Suns (14-17) past the Old Orchard Beach Raging Tide (14-17) at Pittsfield, Mass.

MONDAY'S AMERICAN LEGION

LIBBY-MITCHELL 4, FIRST TITLE 0: Sam Kozlowski struck out six in a four-hitter, leading Libby-Mitchell (7-9) past First Title (2-14) at Scarborough.

 

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