BLUE HILL — Bangor’s Peter Kemble pitched a complete game one-hitter, allowing only a triple for the Trenton Acadians’ baseball team on Tuesday. Bangor won 6-1.Trenton’s Nick Bagley threw 60 pitches and notched seven strikeouts.Bangor’s Sam Houston and Ben Chrichton each had two singles while Kyle Stevenson and Peter Kemble each had a single.Acadians pitcher Will Ricker pitched well in defeat, going 4 2/3 innings and giving up three runs, none earned as the Acadians made five errors on the day.This is placeholder textThis is placeholder textTrenton 13, Waldo 3Mount Desert Island’s Tom Paola pitched five strong innings for the Trenton Acadians, leading them past Waldo 13-3 on Saturday at George Stevens Academy.Paola gave up one earned run, allowed five hits, struck out five and walked one.The Acadians’ offense started off with a bang, batting around the order and plating five runs in the first inning. They continued scoring runs in every inning of the game.Joe Archambault, Seth Young and Dakota Chipman each had two singles. Anthony Bianco contributed a double. Conor Maguire and Hank Vinall each singled for the Acadians.Andrew Canning, Andrew Flagg and Drew Stanley each had two hits for Waldo, and Emery Dinsmore had a single. Drew Stanley took the loss on the mound.Trenton 13, Penquis 4The Acadians got off to another strong start on Thursday, scoring six runs in the first two innings against Penquis pitcher Brooks Law.Leading the way for the Acadians was Ellsworth’s Nick Bagley, who went 4-for-5 with three runs and two RBIs, including a double.Also for Trenton, Joe Archambault went 3-for-3 with four RBIs. Tony Bianco had a single, a double, three RBIs and scored three runs. Garrison Looke had three hits, including a double. Will Ricker had two singles. Kyle Taylor had a double. Finn McMahon, Dakota Chipman and Colin Pineo each singled.Colin Pineo earned his first American Legion victory on the mound with the help of three strong innings of relief from Dylan Colin.For Penquis, Brooks Law led the way offensively with three hits, including a triple and an RBI. Matt Spear had two singles, Billy Brock and Seth Clark doubled, and Brandon Young singled.Hampden 4, Trenton 3Hampden RH Foster scrapped out four hits, scoring four unearned runs to beat the Acadians in a contest that went right down to the wire on Wednesday at GSA.Hampden pitchers Casey Sudbeck, Jackson Gilmore and Brandon Smith’s group effort held the Acadians to five hits and resulted in the win. Ben Huston, Michael Turner, Connor Farmer each had a single while Zach Nash had a key two-out, two RBI double following a dropped foul popup with two outs in the sixth inning.Conor Maguire took the loss, giving up only four hits, striking out six and walking two. Jake Keenan led the Acadians’ offense with a double, single and two RBIs. Finn McMahon, Will Ricker and Maguire each singled.Results submitted by Trenton Acadians coach Tim Archambault.
CAPE ELIZABETH — Ellsworth High School alum Dan Curts had a strong performance in Saturday’s Beach to Beacon 10K Road Race, placing first among all Maine runners in the field.Curts, a 2014 Ellsworth graduate, finished the race in 29 minutes, 26 seconds, more than a full minute ahead of the next Maine finisher, Ryan Smith of Farmington. He placed 12th of 6,414 finishers.At Ellsworth, Curts set numerous records for the school’s cross-country, indoor track and outdoor track teams. He continued his running career at the Division I level as a member of the cross-country and track teams at Iowa State University.Curts won a prize of $1,000 for finishing as the state’s top male runner in the race, which takes runners from Cape Elizabeth’s Crescent Beach State Park to the scenic Portland Head Light. A prize of the same amount also went to the state’s top female runner, Sofie Matson of Falmouth.This is placeholder textThis is placeholder textOther local finishers in the race included Brendan Penfold of Deer Isle (52nd place), Josh Bloom of Bar Harbor (292nd place), Matthew Barton of Mount Desert (335th) and Sidney Beardsworth of Blue Hill (1020th). Bar Harbor had the most competitors of any Hancock County city or town with eight.Alex Korio of Eldoret, Kenya, won the race with a time of 27:34, the second-fastest finish in Beach to Beacon history. Fellow Kenyan Joyciline Jepkosgei, holder of the current 10K, 15K and 20K and half-marathon world records, was the top female finisher with a time of 31:04 and overall place of 20th.