Scarborough Little League, Week 3

Knights of Columbus 14 Aero 0

KC started they’re season with a big win over Aero. After a tough season last year (0-14), KC came out fighting from the start of the game. Ryan Bailer started pitching and threw 72 pitches in five innings. Nick Bagley then came in for relief and finished up the game with only 17 pitches. Pitching, defense, and solid hitting were the key to a winning game.

Aero 11 Knights of Columbus 10

A great rematch was played between Aero and KC on Friday night, and Aero wanted revenge. Both teams played an excellent game that went back and forth every inning. Good defense and pitching was the name of the game, with Areo coming out on top with two outs in the final inning.

Lions 7 Aero 2

Aero and the Lions matched up on a cold rainy Wednesday night. It was Zack Frizzle of the Lions versus Aero’s Zach Brown. Both pitchers finished up their half of the fifth. With the Lions leading 7-2 entering the top of the 6th, Jeff Sirocki closed out Aero for the win. The Lions offense was paced by Erik Anson and Zack Frizzle with two hits each, and Jack Rousselle, who had a single and a walk. Erik and Jack both scored twice with Zack getting the RBIs. Rousselle and Anson also made nice defensive plays to support their team. Rousselle made several ranging catches in center field and, on a heads up play, Anson recovered a drive that went off Zack Frizzle’s leg and was still able get the out at first. For Aero, Zach Brown delivered a solid pitching performance and was helped defensively by great plays from Logan Mars and Charlie Mader. Aaron Ravin, Trey Chamberlain, Eric Pemberton, Zach Brown, Brendan Lorello, Charlie Mader and Ben Sirois all had hits.

Pine State Plumbing 14 Fire Dept. 9

In a well played game on a wet field, Pine State Energy outscored Fire Department, 14-9. PSP started its rally when Nick Morris hit a three-run triple in the second inning. The game stayed close until the fourth when Greg Viola hit a bases loaded single to score two more for Pine State. Viola, Morris, and Nate Hider had two hits each for PSP. In a comeback attempt for FD, Nick Murphy tripled and Colby Adams doubled for more runs in the fifth. Murphy, Adams and Ben Larrabee provided the offense for FD.

Scarborough Little League, Week 4

Knight of Columbus 11 Fire Dept. 1

In their second victory of the season, KC beat FD on a wet field. KC came out on top in the first Inning with great hitting and running to go up 4-0 and never looked back. They were led by great at-bats from Nick Bagley and Willey Gardner. Excellent pitching From Trevor Sparda, and Dan Slavin was enough to keep FD at bay. Mikey Caryl came off the bench in the bottom of the fourth with a good hit and ended up scoring. Mikey then went out to third base and made a great play to get an out on a fielder’s choice. For the young but improving FD team, Kolbey Adams pitched four strong innings and Brendan Murphy closed the final two innings. Ryan Jamison went 3-for-3 and Nick Murphy came in for the only run for FD.

Fire Dept. 13 Aero 4

FD finally broke out the bats and delivered some offense to pull out their first win of the season. The game was close for the first three innings. The momentum seemed to turn in FD’s favor after Eric Pemberton had to leave the game after being hit on the hand by a pitch. FD broke it open with an eight run fourth inning. FD starting pitcher Nick Murphy was delivering strikes for four innings and held Aero to two runs. Closer Ryan Jamison pitched the final two innings and allowed only two runs as well. Offensively FD had three hits from Ben Larrabee, Ryan Jamison and Nick Murphy, while Kolbey Adams had a big double in the fifth inning and Kellen Smith had a hustle single to beat the throw. Jake Murphy, 9, delivered his first hit of the season followed by his first stolen base to keep things going. FD also played well defensively with Nate Bedor and Tom Hague making nice catches on some long hits by Logan Mars and other Aero hitters. Aero played well defensively, most notably a diving catch by Brendan Lorello on a blooper that just made it over the outstretched glove of Mars, as well as a textbook relay from Charlie Mader in center to Aaron Ravin at short, who cut down Nick Kelley trying to score at home for the first out in the fourth. Zach Brown pitched four solid innings for Aero before taking over behind the plate as catcher. Austin Pemberton stepped in and filled his brother’s large shoes behind the plate and later took to the hill when Brown ran out of gas. Aero was unable to get the bats on track all afternoon.

Michaud Distributors 5 Al’s Variety 2

MD handed Al’s their first loss of the season, a 5-2 victory in a well-pitched game for both teams. Joe Cronin pitched five innings of relief for MD, giving up two hits and striking out 11. He also had a good day at the plate, going with two hits and an RBI. Ben Griffith had a double and two RBIs and Mitch Summerson also doubled, driving in one run. David Conceison pitched three solid innings for Al’s, allowing two hits while striking out four. He also had one of Al’s three hits in the game. Connor McCann of Al’s made a nice relay throw to the plate to nail Ben Griffith trying to score on an error in the outfield.

Grass Catchers 3 Al’s Variety 0

Ben Wessel pitched a perfect game, striking out 13. The other five outs were all ground outs or bunts back to the pitcher. Ben Wessel, Sam Wessel and John Cella each had two hits apiece. Ben Wessel scored two runs, while Cella had two RBIs. GC improved to 4-1 on the season.

Lions 6 Grass Catchers 5

After 10 days of hibernation due to rain, the Lions and GC finally resumed league play. While the offense and defense for both teams looked a little rusty, the game itself turned out to be one of those classic Little League games that came down to the final out and final strike in the bottom of the sixth. With the score tied at five and with runners on second and third and two outs, Kyle Parrot slapped a full-count pitch through the middle of the infield and scored Merrick Madden from third base to secure the win for the Lions. GC’s offense put the pressure on the Lions early and often, scoring twice in the first, once in the second and third and once in the fifth to tie the game. The Lions pitchers also had to work themselves out of several other jams as GC left the bases loaded three times and left two runners on twice. Other than the sixth inning, the Lions remaining run production came in a five-run burst in the second inning. Merrick Madden and Jack Rousselle both had a two-run doubles during the big Lions inning. For the Lions, Jeff Sirocki, Zack Frizzle, Andrew Jones and Chris Vermette combined for the win. GC was supported by Teddy (Ballgame) Quinn, who pitched five excellent innings and Kane Corbeau, who also pitched well.

Pine State Energy 5 Royal Flush 1

PSE got an outstanding performance by Matt Cushing, who pitched five strong innings, allowing only one hit. PSE played the game without an error in the field. The game started with Scott Thibeault, Nate Hyder and Matt Cushing providing some timely hitting, accounting for PSE’s five runs. Thibeault and Cushing had two hits each. Royal Flush’s Trevor LaRose pitched four strong innings.

Aero 5 Pine State Energy 4

A hungry Aero team came back from a four-run deficit to pull out an exciting 5-4 victory in the bottom of the sixth inning. After a week and a half layoff due the wet weather, it was great to get back into action. Eric Pemberton took the mound for Aero, but things didn’t start out too well. PSE scored a quick run on a walk and a pair of singles followed by a laser shot down the left-field line by Scott Thibault, which cleared the fence easily. Pemberton got out of the inning and really settled into a groove as he gave up just three more hits the rest of the way. Aero’s comeback was sparked by some timely hits by Pemberton and a home run by Aero’s Logan Mars. With Pine State leading by one run going into the sixth, Mars singled and stole second base. He was soon knocked in by Pemberton to tie it up. Pemberton proceeded to steal second and then third to put the winning run just 60 feet away. Cleanup hitter Zach Brown laced an 0-1 pitch to right field that plated the winning run and gave Aero their second victory of the season. Pemberton went the distance for Aero.

Michaud Distributors 7 Grass Catchers 4

MD topped GC to win their fifth straight game. The score was tied at two after three innings when MD broke it open with four runs in the fourth on a two-run single by Johnny Passarelli followed later by an RBI triple from Joe Cronin, who reached base four times on three hits and an error. Mitch Summerson continued his hitting streak with an RBI single and Quincy Freeman hit a double to deep centerfield which drove in another run. Darren Guerette also had an RBI single. Dan Frank worked the first three innings for Michaud, allowing two runs on two hits while striking out five. Johnny “Pazz” followed with three strong innings of relief, allowing two hits and one run on a solo blast to left field by Teddy Quinn, his first career home run. John Cella, Kane Corbeau and Brian Cross also had hits for GC.


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