Carter DeRedin pitched the Bucksport Bucks to a 7-1 victory over the Dexter Tigers in a class C baseball semifinal game played Monday afternoon at Bucksport high school.
The sophomore, struck out nine and allowed only six hits.
Another sophomore, led the offense for the Bucks. Jack Cyr recorded two hits, including a home run, and three RBI.
Bucskport (16-2) has not lost to any a class C opponent this season. The only two losses for the Bucks, came against class B, MDI.
The Bucks finished as the number two team in the MPA regular season standings.
The top seed, Stearns Minutemen defeated Orono 6-4 on Monday afternoon.
The Red Riots left the bases loaded in the second, sixth and seventh innings. They left a total of 14 on base.
Stearns used Jordan Morrow and Kyle McVey for three innings each on the mound.
That means the Minutemen will have their entire pitching staff available when they meet Bucksport in the regional final scheduled for Wednesday.
Stearns (16-2) comes into the title game, with a 14 game winning streak.
Tuesday, June 11, 2013
Friday, June 7, 2013
HAMPDEN--- The weather forecast looks dreadful for the weekend.
That forecast caused, The Maine Principles' association to announce on Friday, the change of location for the State Tennis Championships.
All matches will be on Saturday and will be inside at the Bangor Tennis Club, located at 60 Mecaw Road in Hampden.
The day will start at 8:30 a.m. with the class C boys match between Waynflete and George Stevens.
The class C girls match between Falmouth and Waterville will start at 10:30.
The Waynflete and Van Buren girls will get the afternoon started with their class C clash at 12:30.
The class B boys match between Cape Elizabeth and MDI will start at 2:30.
Class A will finish off the day. The girls match between Portland and Brunswick will start at 4:30 p.m.
Gorham and Bangor boys will play the finale at 6:30 p.m.
Monday, June 3, 2013
|Karli Theberge throws a pitch in an early season game. Photo by Skip Hawkes/Maine Sports Report|
HERMON--- The Hermon Hawks softball team finished the regular season by winning their final 14 games.
Karli Theberge has done it all for the Hawks.
Theberge has a record of 12-0 in the circle. She has an earned run average of 0.87.
Theberge has 63 strikeouts, while walking 11 and allowing only 29 hits in 56 innings.
She has 30 hits in 56 at bats (.536 batting average). She has two home runs, 23 RBI, and 27 runs scored.
Here is the most impressive stat of all- Theberge is only a freshman.
Theberge is not the only freshman that has contributed in a big way for coach Stephanie Biberstein's team.