High School Softball Action



The number-3 rated Lady Knights from Narraguagus were hosted by Woodland on Wednesday. A big 9-run third put the game out of reach as Narraguagus powered to a 21-1 win after 5-innings of action. Lanie Perry held the Lady Dragons hitless. 

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At Hampden Academy on Saturday the Lady Dragons were host to the Shead Tigerettes. Over the opening 5-frames of play Woodland garnered an 11-1 lead but a strong top of 6 for Shead produced 5-runs paced by a double by Katelyn Mitchell to close the gap to 11-6. The Dragon bats exploded in the bottom of 6 producing the winning 7-runs off hits by Shawna Monk and Jenna Leeman. Danielle Poole had a superb night at the plate producing 3-singles, Shawna Monk added 2-singles, and senior captain Sophia McDonald added a hit with Jenna Leeman and Halie James. Sadie Smith earned the win allowing just two hits with 6k, and 4bb.

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At Shead the Lady Blue Devils secured the win after just 2-innings of action as Faith Tirrell had two hits with one each added by Cavanaugh, Mitchell, Harris, and LaPointe producing 8-runs. Calais played through the 7-innings taking a 14-7 victory. Faith had a superb night in the leadoff slot collecting 3-hits and 3-runs. Mackenzie LaPointe had 4-singles in the win and Huckins, Cavanaugh, Donovan, Mitchell, and McLellan each added 2-hits in the decision. The Tigerettes had Mitchell with 4-hits, Sullivan 3-hits, and 2-each from Preston and Bartlett.

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In the first of two games with WA the Calais guests opened the game with a triple by leadoff hitter Faith Tirrell but were unable to get her across the plate. Other than 2-back-to-back singles by Parks and Donovan in the 3rd that resulted in no scoring, that proved to be the limit of the Lady Blue Devils offense. In a similar fashion WA was held to 6-scattered hits other than in the fourth when Barker doubled and Alderson double her in for the lone run in the game and a 1-0 win. Day threw a 3-hitter for WA with 10k and no-walks. On the Calais ledger Huckins allowed just 6-hits with 2k and just 1-walk. 

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The second game in the week against WA saw Calais earn a lone single in the opening frame by Kendra Parks, and then Day settled in to a near perfect game the remaining distance allowing just one more base-runner in the 3rd as LaPointe also singled.  St Louis paced WA with 3-singles, and Libby, Foss, and Day added 2-hits apiece.

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