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Maine Baseball Report:Binghamton shutouts the Sea Dogs 2-0 on Thursday Morning

Sport: Baseball

Posted: May 29th, 2015 by Matt Boutwell

Binghamton, NY  - The Binghamton Mets (25-22) had three pitchers combine on a 5-hit shutout, defeating the Portland Sea Dogs (21-27) 2-0 on Thursday morning at NYSEG Stadium. Despite the loss, the Sea Dogs took 2 of 3 in the series, but had their road-winning streak snapped at five.


Portland rallied in the ninth inning, putting two on, but Paul Sewald retired Aneury Tavarez on foul out to earn the save.

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Madison outlasts Oak Hill

Sport: Softball  Message Board

Posted: May 29th, 2015 by Tom Nolette

WALES — Madeline Wood played the role of starting pitcher, middle relief and closer — all in the same game Thursday.

 

The sophomore pitcher even had a starring role for the offense when her two-out hit in the seventh inning lifted Madison to a 6-5 win over Oak Hill.

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'Hounds Ward off Wolverines, 8-7

Sport: Baseball  Message Board

Posted: May 29th, 2015 by Tom Nolette

LISBON - For nearly 90 minutes, the Lisbon and Wiscasset baseball teams anxiously waited in their dugouts, hoping the lightning that halted play in the top of the first inning might pass.

 

Then in the top of the fourth, another even more ominous squall approached the field. But, this time Mother Nature parted the clouds, with only a few drops of rain coming down.

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Dirigo, Kaine Hutchins shut out Mountain Valley, 4-0

Sport: Baseball  Message Board

Posted: May 29th, 2015 by Tom Nolette

DIXFIELD — Dirigo senior pitcher Kaine Hutchins and coach Ryan Palmer might be on to something after Hutchins' three-hit shutout of Mountain Valley on Thursday afternoon.

The first of two weather-related delays wiped out both teams' infield practice and all Hutchins' pre-game throws at Harlow Park.

 

He only needed 17 pitches to get through two innings prior to another 55-minute interruption, this one for thunder in the area. Hutchins finished with seven strikeouts and only two walks in a 4-0 MVC victory.

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Biddeford collects a baseball win over Massabesic

Sport: Baseball  Message Board

Posted: May 29th, 2015 by Tom Nolette

BIDDEFORD — Nathan Huot pitched seven innings of one-run ball, Sam Collins and Dominick Day each had two hits, and Biddeford downed Massabesic 8-1 in an SMAA baseball game Thursday at St. Louis Field.

 

A thunderstorm caused a one-hour delay in the third inning, but that didn’t stop the Tigers (5-9) from playing solid baseball.

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SP bounces back, frustrates Scarborough

Sport: Baseball  Message Board

Posted: May 29th, 2015 by Tom Nolette

SCARBOROUGH—The true measure of an ace is how he fares when he isn't his dominant self.

 

And there's no question that Henry Curran is an ace.

 

Thursday evening at Packy McFarland Field, Curran, South Portland's senior standout, who's arguably the state's finest hurler, didn't have much margin for error, as he was matched by a strong effort from Scarborough senior Sam Warren, but he found a way to get the job done, even without his usual double-digit strikeout effort.

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30 years later, Parker returns as Bangor High School boys basketball coach

Sport: Basketball (Boys)  Message Board

Posted: May 29th, 2015 by Tom Nolette

BANGOR, Maine — A familiar face is returning to lead the Bangor High School boys basketball program next season.

 

Carl Parker, 64, a longtime Queen City resident who first guided the Rams for two seasons three decades ago, was appointed as the team’s boys varsity coach during Thursday night’s Bangor school committee meeting. 

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Student Conduct Office finds UMaine football players violated dining contracts

Sport: University Of Maine Football  Message Board

Posted: May 29th, 2015 by Tom Nolette

The University of Maine Conduct Office has completed its inquiry into alleged violations of the school’s Student Conduct Code by seven Black Bear football players.

 

The student-athletes were investigated for issues “related to the acceptance of meals in a UMaine dining commons” this spring, UMaine spokeswoman Margaret Nagle said in …

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Former Bangor soccer player gains national team exposure

Sport: Soccer ( Boys)  Message Board

Posted: May 29th, 2015 by Tom Nolette

BANGOR, Maine — Andrew Barrowman II left a mark on the state’s soccer scene while a sophomore at Bangor High School during the 2013-14 academic year.

 

The midfielder was named to the Eastern Maine all-star team after helping the Rams advance to the Class A regional semifinals.

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Leavitt drops big one to Maranacook, 7-1

Sport: Baseball  Message Board

Posted: May 28th, 2015 by Tom Nolette

TURNER — Leavitt put itself in position to make the Class B West baseball playoffs with a three-game winning streak. Now, the Hornets have to avoid a three-game losing skid in order to finish the job.

 

The Hornets notched only two hits Wednesday afternoon against Maranacook pitchers Logan McLaughlin and Jason Brooks in a 7-1 loss. That result, coupled with a 10-0 walloping from Waterville a day earlier, means Leavitt can’t make the postseason without a victory Friday over Winslow.

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Morse overcomes Martin, Oak Hill in East B showdown

Sport: Lacrosse (Boys)  Message Board

Posted: May 28th, 2015 by Tom Nolette

WALES — After a 4-1 start to the season, which included a two-goal win over Oak Hill, Morse fell into a slump. Four losses in five games, including a nine-goal loss against rival Gardiner last Friday not only dropped the Shipbuilders to 5-5, but to the ninth and final playoff spot in Eastern B.

 

Wednesday, in a rematch with Oak Hill, Morse seemed to rediscover its game in the second half, holding the Raiders scoreless for nearly 15 minutes en route to a 9-6 victory.

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Nokomis downs Winslow softball in extra innings

Sport: Softball  Message Board

Posted: May 28th, 2015 by Tom Nolette

WINSLOW — As far as Winslow softball coach Steve Bodge was concerned, the playoffs began Wednesday when the Black Raiders welcomed Nokomis to LaVeriere Field.

 

The Warriors certainly held up their end of the bargain as well.

 

Nokomis (9-5) scored three runs in the top of the eighth — two of which on a one-out single from freshman Austin Leighton — and held on from there for a 4-1 Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference Class B victory over Winslow (11-3).

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Cape Elizabeth gets four-hit pitching in key win

Sport: Baseball  Message Board

Posted: May 28th, 2015 by Tom Nolette

CAPE ELIZABETH — Cape Elizabeth made two errors in the first inning, but played errorless ball the rest of the way to support the four-hit pitching of sophomore righthander Marshall Peterson in a key 3-1 win over Falmouth in a Western Maine Conference baseball game at Holman Field Wednesday.

 

Peterson and his defense took advantage of a strong wind blowing in to keep the Yachtsmen in check. Peterson also beat Falmouth in a 9-6 win on April 29.

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Thornton Academy wins again in boys' lacrosse

Sport: Lacrosse (Boys)  Message Board

Posted: May 28th, 2015 by Tom Nolette

WESTBROOK — The Thornton Academy boys’ lacrosse team learned firsthand the difference between doing what you want to do and doing what you should do to win a game.

 

“We talked about freelancing in the first half, when we were doing what we wanted and that outcome,” Thornton Academy Coach Ryan Hersey said. “We compared that to the second half, running the plays we want them to run and looking at the outcome. It’s night and day.”

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Falmouth dominates from the get-go at Greely

Sport: Lacrosse (Boys)  Message Board

Posted: May 28th, 2015 by Tom Nolette

CUMBERLAND—Many expected Wednesday afternoon's Western Class B boys' lacrosse battle between Falmouth and host Greely to be tight throughout, but instead, the Yachtsmen set the tone on the opening faceoff and never looked back.

 

Senior Jack Mainella won possession, junior Austin Wheeler got the ball and fed sophomore Jack Scribner for a goal which gave Falmouth a lead it wouldn't relinquish.

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