Three-way tie for first place in Caribou LL’s American Division

12 years ago

Scores

VFW 6, Police 2; Bank of Maine 16, Eagles 5; Sleepers 7, Knights of Columbus 5; Shop ’n Save 12, S.W. Collins 7; Police 11, Knights of Columbus 2; Northstars 9, VFW 7; Key Bank 13, Shop ’n Save 3; Sleepers 16, S.W. Collins 10

VFW 6, Police 2

On a wet and cold night on the Rotary field, VFW and Police played a very clean and well pitched game. Pitching well for the bluebirds were Josh Cummings and Evan Desmond, who scattered six hits and struck out 10. Several great plays in the field were made by VFW, including consecutive outfield catches by Brandyn Matheson and Corey Guerette. Willow Whitten also made two nice plays at second.

Leading the offense was Desmond, who doubled and scored three runs, and Darren Hall with two hits and an RBI.

For the Police, Dylan Paddleford, Bailey Griffeth and Dawson Hebert combined to pitch well, giving up only four hits while striking out 11 batters. Contributing on offense for Police with doubles were Rachel Soucy and Hebert, while Griffeth had two singles.

Bank of Maine 16, Eagles 5

Bank of Maine improved its record to 2-3 with an impressive win over the Woodland Eagles on a cold night at White Field that was shortened to five innings due to the weather and darkness.

Bank of Maine was led offensively by Andy Russel, who had three hits and scored three runs. Sebastian Marquis added two hits and scored twice and Brevin Barnes continued to increase his on-base percentage by reaching on walks in all five plate appearances.

Caleb Trombley had a hit and an RBI for the Eagles.

Sleepers 7, Knights of Columbus 5

In a pitching duel between Sleepers and KC, it took eight runs between the two teams in the sixth and seventh innings to decide the outcome. Facing a 4-0 deficit in the bottom of the sixth, K of C managed to tie the game with heads up baserunning and a key hit by Gabe Rand.

With the game tied in extra innings, Camden Huck and Cole Jackson delivered key RBI hits to drive in Jacob Ouellette and Alec Cyr. The two RBIs proved to be the game winners. Huck finished with three hits and two RBI.

Shop ’n Save 12, S.W. Collins 7

Shop ’n Save scored five runs in the bottom of the third inning to overcome a 3-2 deficit and posted a 12-7 victory.  Hitting leaders for Shop ’n Save were Parker Deprey, Caleb Brown, Carter Conley and Kerrigan Manter, who all had two singles. Tristan Mancos added a triple.

On the mound, Manter pitched 4-2/3 innings, getting 11 strikeouts to earn the victory.

For S.W. Collins, Dan Randolph had two doubles and a single with three RBI and Cory Jandreau had three singles.

Sleepers 16, S.W. Collins 10

Sleepers’ Camden Huck gave up only three earned runs in 4-2/3 innings for his first victory of the season. Alec Cyr came on in relief in the sixth to record the last out. Stewart Curtis, playing his first game of the season after coming back from an early-season injury, went 2 for 3 at the plate with an RBI and scored a run. Huck finished the game with four hits, while Jacob Ouellette and Cole Jackson added three each.

For S.W. Collins, Tyler Wright, Corey Jandreau, Chandler Bell and Sydney Thompson all had hits.

Standings (as of June 3)

National League: Shop ’n Save (5-1), Police (4-2), VFW (3-3), Bank of Maine (2-3), S. W. Collins  (2-4), Eagles (0-5). American League: Key Bank (4-1), Northstars (4-1), Sleepers (4-1), Knights of Columbus (1-4), Tigers (0-4).