Ellsworth softball team wins seventh straight

first_imgELLSWORTH — The Ellsworth softball team is on a roll.The Eagles (8-2) notched their seventh straight win on Tuesday with a 7-2 victory over Foxcroft (6-4). Kate Whitney pitched a complete game for Ellsworth, striking out eight batters.Ellsworth also rectified a 14-4 loss to Old Town (8-3) on April 28 by edging the Coyotes 6-5 on Friday. Ellsworth rallied for four runs in the seventh inning for the win.Caitlyn Bean sparked Ellsworth with two singles and two RBIs, and Hannah Sargent added a single.This is placeholder textThis is placeholder textBucksport 10, Central 0Bucksport (10-0) continues to dominate the Class C North, rolling past Central (2-9) on Tuesday.For Bucksport, Katelin Saunders tossed a no-hitter while striking out 13. Madysen Robichaud tripled and Kaylee Grindle doubled.Sumner 11, Searsport 9Sumner (2-8) won its first two games this week, beating Searsport (1-8) on Monday after defeating Deer Isle-Stonington (1-5) on Saturday.Orono 6, GSA 5Allyson Snow struck out nine for George Stevens Academy (4-7) en route to its loss to Orono (7-4) on Monday. Also for GSA, Olivia Stevenson had two singles, and Katrina Limeburner added two doubles and a single.Sumner 15, DI-S 9Sumner beat DI-S on Saturday for its first win.Hermon 12, MDI 0Hermon (10-0) shut out Mount Desert Island (0-10) on Friday.GSA 10, WA 2Allyson Snow pitched a four-hitter and struck out 10 batters to lead GSA past Washington Academy (5-5) on Friday. Snow singled three times and drove in a run.Orono 23, Sumner 2Orono rolled past Sumner on Friday.Bucksport 18, WA 0Bucksport shut out WA on Thursday.Bangor Christian 15, DI-S 3Amy Friedell, Lily Gray and Jessalyn Gove singled for Deer Isle-Stonington (1-4) in its loss to Bangor Christian (3-8) on Wednesday.Bucksport 26, Sumner 0Katelin Saunders pitched a one-hitter while striking out nine batters to lead Bucksport past Sumner on Wednesday.Brittney Dyer had Sumner’s lone hit.last_img read more

Three Premier League sides exit League Cup

first_imgBut the hosts were reduced to 10 men after just 18 minutes as Rod McDonald was dismissed for a second yellow card and second-half goals from Issa Diop, Angelo Ogbonna and Javier Hernandez secured a 3-1 win to spare Pellegrini’s blushes.Cardiff’s poor start to the season on their return to the top flight continued with a comprehensive 3-1 defeat at home to Championship side Norwich.Saido Berahino scored his first goal since February 2016 to send Stoke into the last 32 with a 2-0 win over Premier League Huddersfield.Southampton edged out Brighton 1-0 in the only all-Premier League tie of the round thanks to Charlie Austin’s winner two minutes from time.Leicester cruised past Joey Barton’s Fleetwood Town 4-0 with Rachid Ghezzal registering his first goal for the club.Bournemouth, Fulham and Wolves also eased into round three over lower league opposition in MK Dons, Exeter and Sheffield Wednesday respectively.Crystal Palace needed Alexander Sorloth’s first goal for the club 20 minutes from time to edge out Swansea 1-0.Frank Lampard’s Derby were thrashed Hull 4-0, but Marcelo Bielsa tasted defeat for the first time as Leeds boss, losing 2-0 at home to Preston, while Aston Villa also went down 1-0 to League One Burton Albion.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Manuel Pellegrini secured his first win as West Ham manager © AFP / Ian KINGTONLONDON, United Kingdom, Aug 29 – West Ham survived a scare from League One Wimbledon to register Manuel Pellegrini’s first win in charge and progress to the third round of the League Cup as Premier League sides Cardiff, Huddersfield and Brighton bowed out on Tuesday.The Hammers have suffered three straight defeats to begin their league season, despite former Real Madrid and Manchester City boss Pellegrini being backed with nearly £100 million ($128.7 dollars) in the transfer market, and went behind inside two minutes at Kingsmeadow through Joe Pigott’s header.last_img read more