BMS softball wins last two

BATH — The Bath Middle School softball team has come out victorious in its last two games. The first an 8-7 extrainning contest against Brunswick, and the second a 20- 7 offensive showdown against Mt. Ararat.

Against Brunswick, Abby Carpenter led with two doubles, while Dory Kulis collected three singles. Vanessa St. Pierre and Brook Kulis also singled.

With the game tied at seven in the bottom of the eighth, Brook Kulis reached first with a single. Carpenter drew a walk and a well-executed bunt by Catelyn Bradford put Kulis into scoring position. Dory Kulis hit a hard ground ball to short that scored Brook Kulis for the win.

Dory Kulis pitched for the Destroyers, striking out 13 and walking eight.

Bradford and St. Pierre were noted for their strong play defensively.

On Tuesday against Mt. Ararat, Dory Kulis fanned 11 Eagle hitters, while walking seven. Abbie Reed, Julia Goddard and Bradford each singled for Bath. Carpenter and Reed played well on the defensive side.

The Destroyers were scheduled to face Lewiston on Wednesday.

Huskies get 12-2 win over Tripp

BRUNSWICK — Sam Sharpe’s complete game performance on the hill helped the Brunswick Junior High School eighth-grade baseball team to a Mercy Rule contest over Tripp Middle School on Tuesday. Sharpe struck out eight and walked three on the mound.

Jack Tishkevich led the way offensively for the Huskies, collecting four hits and three runs batted in. Sharpe also had three hits, while driving in two, as well as Brady Mitchell, who had three RBIs.

Tony Cilea (two hits), Cam Daly and Scout Masse (two RBIs) also joined in on the hit parade.

Defensively, the Huskies were paced by Kam Harrison and Noah Goddard.

The Huskies complete their season with an even 6-6 record.

Shipbuilders fall hard to Lewiston

LEWISTON — The Morse High School girls jayvee lacrosse team fell in a tough, 15- 5 contest to Lewiston on Tuesday, dropping to 1-8 on the season.

Emilie Platteter scored two goals for the Shipbuilders to lead the offense. Both tallies were assisted by Karen Yurek. Isabella Monbouquette, Amanda DeMatteo and Yurek also contributed scores for Morse.

Zoe Pascuzzo, Claudia Serban and Cassandra DeMatteo were noted for their hard play on defense, while Sophie Wilson and Zenaide McCarthy split time in net.

Hannah Dickinson led the Blue Devils with a hat trick, while teammate Kahja Gagnon notched two goals.

Brunswick Soccer Club tryout info

BRUNSWICK — Tryout and placement information for the 2015 Brunswick Soccer Club fall season is now available. Boys classic teams will also be new this fall season.

Tryouts will begin on June 16 at Brunswick Junior High School (rain or shine), beginning with the boys groups U9, U10, U11 and U12 from 5-6:30 p.m. The boys U13 and U14 groups will take place immediately after until 8 p.m.

On June 17, the girls groups U9- U12 will start at 5 p.m. and will go until 6:30 p.m., with the U13 and U14 groups following at the conclusion until 8 p.m.

Cost for the U9 and U10 groups will be $185, while the U11 and U12 groups are $ 205 and the U13 and U14 teams, $ 230. Uniforms will also hold a $65 cost.

It is asked that you arrive 15 minutes early for registration. Teams are based on your child’s age as of this upcoming Aug. 1. If you child is 11 years old as of Aug. 1, you will show up for the U12 tryout.

Teams will be placed in the Soccer Maine Classic Fall League and will also participate in a Labor Day, Columbus Day and en end-of-season tournament.

For more information, contact Pete Champagne at 319-4146 or via email at [email protected]

Wilson’s takes last three games

BATH — The Wilson’s baseball team of the Bath Cal Ripken Baseball League, minors division came out on top in its last three contests. The first game featured a 13-1 high-offensive performance over Crosman Funeral of Lisbon. Game two’s high- scoring affair against BIW resulted in a 16-12 victory, while game three saw Wilson’s capturing the win over McDaniel Trucking of Lisbon, 12-6.

Against Crosman Funeral, the pitching trio of Caleb Sommers, Gabe Morrison and Chase Nicolino allowed just one hit and one run. Eliot Harkins led the offense with a triple and two singles. Nicolino and Zachary Carpenter chipped in with three singles each. Sommers and Morrison also contributed a pair of hits.

Aidan Parker, Chase Mailhot and Connor Turcotte shared pitching duties for Crosman, while Mailhot took ownership of the lone hit — a single that scored Jaden Maynard.

Against BIW, Nicolino and Sommers took to the mound, striking out four, but issuing 10 walks. Nicolino had an inside-the-park homerun, a single and four runs batted in. Morrison added two singles, while Rainer Eich, Sommers, Carpenter and Harkins added a hit each.

Wyatt Wallace and Lucas Quimby of BIW combined for nine strikeouts against Wilson’s. Quimby had two doubles, with Chase Roth-Wells collecting two hits. Kiernan Mann doubled and singled, while Wallace added a threebagger to his day. Thomas Guild, Alleister Dowdy and Kenry Kerr all added a single.

In the win against McDaniel Trucking, the duo of Nicolino and Sommers combined for five strikeouts and seven walks. Harkins led the offense with two hits, while Nicolino, Sommers and Tristan Beveridge each added a single. Morrison was a noted as a defensive standout behind the plate.

McDaniel’s pitching collected eight strikeouts, while walking 14. Drake St. Pierre, Canaan Mitchell and Bryce Mitchell all contributed singles for McDaniel’s.