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Wednesday, April 28, 2010

Windjammers Walk Off with win; Tigers, Mustangs Fall Short

The high school baseball season officially is in full swing, with a full slate of games taking place Monday across the Midcoast.

Camden Hills notched its second win, while Mount View of Thorndike and Rockland continue to search for their first wins of the campaign.

The following is a recap of Monday's games involving Midcoast squads:

Camden Hills 6, Leavitt 5 ... At Rockport Monday, the Windjammers (2-0) got a game-winning, walkoff single from senior Zach Dufour as they held on for a 5-4 victory over the Hornets of Turner.
Cam Gartley, Kevin Pierce, Dufour, Adam Landwehr and Kevin Olehnik all pitched for Camden Hills, allowing seven hits and nine walks, with 13 strikeouts.
Christian McBreairty and Jake Irish combined to pitch for the Hornets.
Dufour (2 singles, 2 RBIs), Isaac Grindle (double, single, RBI), Kevin Pierce (2 singles and Adam Landwehr (single) all contributed to the Camden Hills' offense. Maxwell Cloutier paced the Hornets with two hits.

Gardiner 10, Mount View 1 ... At Thorndike Monday, the Mustangs (0-2) felt the wrath of the defending Eastern Class B champs and fell by a nine-run margin.
Top hitters for the 'Stangs were Adam Higgins (single), Zach Babin (double), Jalen Babin (single), Marcus Lowe (single), Aaron Elkins (double, single, run) and Alec Davis (RBI-double)
Forrest Chadwick (double, single) and Mike Phelps (4 singles) led the Tigers' offense.
Mustang pitchers Erick Nealley, Bobby Porter and Zach Babin combined to give up 11 hits and 11 walks, with five strikeouts. Spencer Allen went six innings on the mound for the Tigers.

Nokomis 4, Rockland 1 ... At Newport, the Tigers (0-2) outhit the Warriors 8-7 but could not win the battle in run total as they fell to the hosts.

Derek Gustin (2 singles), Luke Morrill (single), Joe Nelsen (single), Steve Widdecombe (double, single), Dylan Meklin (single) and Gentry Burch (single) led Rockland's offense, while Josh Amorosh (double, single) keyed the Warriors.

Gustin pitched 4 1/3 innings for the Tigers, giving up four hits, four walks and two hit batters, with one strikeout. Morrill worked 1 2/3 innings in relief, giving up three hits and one walk, with three strikeouts.

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