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Boston Red Sox- weekly update (April 13th)

The Boston Red Sox started the season by winning four of their first six games. They will get to play in front of the home fans for the first time on Monday afternoon when they host the Washington Nationals.

The first week was highlighted by a marathon 19 inning win over the Yankees. Xander Bogaerts had four hits in that game, all in extra innings.

Bogaerts has started the season hitting .407 in six games.  The week featured solid pitching performances from Clay Buchholz,Justin Masterson, and Joe Kelly. Rick Porcello and Wade Miley also turned in decent starts, despite not being able to pick up a victory.

Buchholz followed up his seven inning, shutout performance on opening day, with a dismal outing at Yankee stadium. He allowed nine earned runs in 3.1 innings, including giving up seven runs in the first inning.

The Red Sox hit five home runs on opening day for the first time in team history. Hanley Ramirez and Dustin Pedroia each hit two home runs in the 8-0 win over the Phillies. Ramirez is hitting .320 with three homers and seven RBI in five games.

The home opener will be the highlight of the next week.  Porcello will get two starts during the week, including the home opener. The Red Sox will face Stephen Strasburg in the second game of their season against the Nationals. The week will conclude with the first three games of a four game Patriots day weekend series against the Orioles.

Previous week- (4-2) Season- (4-2)
Upcoming schedule-

April 13th- VS Washington – Rick Porcello (0-1) VS Jordan Zimmerman (1-0)- 3:05 PM – TV- NESN
April 14th- VS Washington – Justin Masterson (1-0) VS Stephen Strasburg (0-1)-6:10 PM- TV- NESN
April 15th- VS Washington – Wade Miley (0-0) VS Gio Gonzalez (0-0)- 1:35 PM- TV- NESN/MLBN
April 17th- VS Baltimore-  Joe Kelly (1-0) VS TBA – 7:10 PM- TV- NESN/MLBN
April 18th- VS Baltimore-  Clay Buchholz (1-1) VS TBA- 4:05 PM- TV- NESN/FS1
April 19th- VS Baltimore – Rick Porcello (0-1) VS TBA– 1:35 PM- TV- NESN/MLBN

Castleton State sweeps Husson

Bangor- Ever since beginning conference play, the Husson Eagles baseball team have used great starting pitching and timely hitting to start the NAC season at 12-0.  On John Winkin Day at the Winkin Complex Saturday afternoon, it was the Spartans of Castleton State using that same recipe to sweep a doubleheader from the Eagles 6-1 and 4-3.

In Game 1 the Spartans came out swinging against Husson starter Dan Whitney.  Castleton loaded the bases with two singles and a walk to the first three hitters.  Zach Bahan then lifted a sacrifice fly RBI to plate a run followed by a soft line drive RBI single to right by Jim Buckley for a quick 2-0 advantage. Buckley added his second RBI of the contest to make it 3-0 Castleton in the top of inning number 3. Husson did have 7 hits in the game but were held in check by Castleton starter Steven Jurkiewicz.  JT Whitten had two hits in the game including an RBI on an infield single in Hussons half of the 3rd to make it 3-1.  The Spartans would pad the lead though with an RBI single by Tyler Lord in the 4th and a pair of RBI singles from Taylor Vile and Nick Swim in the 5th to put the game out of reach at 6-1. Jurkiewicz goes to 3-0 with the win on the hill for the Spartans going all 7 innings allowing 1 earned run, 7 hits, 1 walk and 6 strikeouts. Whitney takes the loss for Husson falling to 3-1 going 4.1 innings and allowing 6 runs, 4 earned, 10 hits, 2 walks and striking out 4.

In Game 2 it was more of the same as Castleton starter Sam Spencer would quiet the Husson bats for the first 6 innings and take advantage of some control problems from Husson starting pitcher Connor Graffam.  With the bases loaded in the 2nd Graffam would walk in 2 runs and then catcher Jordan Carter was charged with a passed ball allowing a runner from third to score to make it 3-0 Spartans.  Ben Holmes would relieve Graffam and walk two more hitters but Husson got out of the jam and limited the damage to 3. Spencer was dealing keeping Husson off balance and only allowing 3 hits over the first 6 innings.  Buckley picked up his third RBI of the day in the 3rd inning with an RBI groundout to make it 4-0.  Brandon Grabkowski kept Husson in the game by throwing 5 scoreless innings and allowing no hits while striking out 4.  Husson would rally in their last at bat in the bottom of the 7th.  Whitten started it with an infield single followed by a Christian Corneil single and then Adam Wilson would be hit by a pitch to load the bases with no outs.  Carter then hit a chopper and would reach on a fielders choice as Whitten was thrown out at home.  A wild pitch allowed Corneil to come in to score with Seth Freudenberger batting to bring Husson within 4-1.  With runners on first and second Freudenberger reached when first baseman Buckley made an error on a throw by catcher Nate Swahn deflecting off his glove and into right field allowing pinch runner Cam Archer and Carter to come around and score and allowing Freudenberger to reach second to make it 4-3. Ryan Rebar then grounded out to shortstop and Andrew Curran was Hussons lastchance to tie the game with 2 outs. Curran hit a harmless grounder to third base to end it and the Spartans escaped with the one run victory and the doubleheader sweep.  Spencer improves to 2-2 for Castleton going 7 innings, allowing 3 runs, all earned, 5 hits, 1 walk and 3 strikeouts.  Graffam picks up the loss and goes to 0-1 allowing 3 runs, all earned, 1 hit, and 3 walks.

Husson honored legendary coach Dr. John Winkin before first pitch of Game 1.  They retired his number 5 on the left field fence and noone will ever wear that number again in varsity club baseball at Husson University.  Jack Winkin, Johns son, threw out the first pitch.

Husson falls to 16-10 overall and 12-2 in the North Atlantic Conference while Castleton improves to 11-7 overall and 4-3 in the NAC.  The two teams battle in another conference doubleheader on Sunday with first pitched scheduled for 12 noon.

Husson remains unbeaten in the NAC

Bangor- Starting pitching and timely hitting has been the recipe for success for the Husson Eagles baseball team since returning from their winter Florida trip with a 2-7 record.  Husson has since gone 14-1 including unbeaten in North Atlantic Conference play with the only blemish coming in a non-league contest Tuesday night against the 21st ranked team in Division III, the USM Huskies. Husson got back to their winning ways Thursday evening by sweeping a conference doubleheader from rival Thomas College 1-0 and 3-2 at the Winkin Complex.

In Game 1, Husson got a brilliant complete game by starting pitcher Robert Graff. Seth Freudenberger began the Husson 3rd inning with a double and was moved to third on an Andrew Curran single and then would score on a passed ball with Brandon Gendreau batting for the only run of the game. Thomas, playing as the home team in the doubleheader, would threaten briefly in their last at bat in the bottom of the 7th. Michael De Los Santos lead off with a single but Graff would get Alex Curtis to popout to 2nd base then would strikeout Beau Ewton and Kyle Fletcher swinging to end the game. Isiah Fleming was the tough luck loser also going the distance with 7 innings pitched, allowing 1 earned run, 5 hits, walking 1 and striking out 3, falling to 1-1 on the season.  Graff goes to 3-0 and would pitch 7 innings, allowing 0 runs, on only 3 hits and striking out 5 with no walks allowed.

In Game 2, Thomas would take an early lead on a sacrifice fly RBI by De Los Santos in the bottom of the 1st to make it 1-0 Terriers. Husson, still down a run entering the top of the 4th, would get a one out triple from Christian Corneil that would hit off the bottom of the fence in right center.  That would be followed with an RBI double by DH Adam Wilson that was lost in the lights by the Thomas centerfielder to knot the score at 1-1.  Wilson would try to extend to a triple but would be thrown out at 3rd base. Husson got a leadoff walk from Seth Freudenberger in the 5th and then a sacrifice bunt by Eagles shortstop Ryan Rebar was thrown over the head of the Thomas first baseman Curtis by De Los Santos to put runners on 2nd and 3rd with no outs.  Curran would again come through with a timely hit, lining a 3-1 pitch to right center for a 2-run RBI single to put Husson up by 2 runs.  Thomas would pull within 3-2 in their half of the 5th as Derek Kane hit a long line drive to right center for a triple then scored on an infield RBI single by Nik Beeson, but that would end the scoring. Corey Mongiat would relieve Husson starter Tommy Burns over the final 2 innings to earn his 2nd save of the year allowing 0 hits and only 2 baserunners, both on walks, the rest of the way.  Burns goes to 1-1 on the season going 5 innings, allowing 2 runs, only 1 earned, 2 walks and 3 strikeouts.  Kane went 4 innings for Thomas and took the loss, dropping to 0-2, allowing 3 runs, 2 earned, 4 hits, 2 walks and 3 strikeouts.  Dominic Esposito pitched the last 3 innings for the Terriers, allowing just 2 hits and striking out 1 while keeping Thomas within striking distance.

Husson improves to 16-8 overall and now 12-0 in conference play and Thomas drops to 4-13 and 2-6 in the NAC.  Husson will now play host to another conference rival Castleton State this weekend at Winkin Complex with a pair of doubleheaders beginning at 12 noon Saturday and Sunday. Saturday is John Winkin Day and Husson is asking all fans to come honor the legend with ceremonies beginning at 11:30 a.m.  Thomas will travel to UNE for a pair of doubleheaders Saturday and Sunday also beginning at 12 noon.

Calais boys headed back to the state finals

Bangor- The Eastern Maine basketball tournament certainly saved the best for last. In one of the best games in recent memory, Tyler Niles scored 29 points as the Calais Blue Devils outlasted the Orono Red Riots in overtime 60-57 to capture its first Eastern Maine title since 2009.

Calais drew first blood in the opening quarter.  In a back and forth game in the first 8 minutes of play, Andre Pauls putback late gave Calais some breathing room and their biggest lead at 17-9.  Nate Desisto and Damian Heeger made back to back to three point shots to finish off the scoring to cut the lead to 17-15 headed to the second period.

Jake Koffman would finish an Orono 8-0 run to tie the game at 17 with a strong move down low.  Heeger would catch fire and he scored half of the Riots next 10 points, 2 field goals including a three pointer and Orono would outscore the Devils 10-5 the rest of the half to take their biggest lead into the halftime locker room at 27-22.

Paul and Niles would both score 5 points in the third quarter and a Paul three pointer would eventually tie the game at 35 with 2 minutes left in the period. Sensational sophomore Kennan Collett had a solid quarter of play for the Riots making several nice cuts to the basket for 6 points and his last driving basket put Orono up again 37-36, but that was short lived.  On the Riots next possession, Nathan Newell would snatch a steal from Nate Desisto and go the length of the floor for a layup with 1:15 left in the third.  That would be the last points of the third stanza and Calais was clinging to a 1 point lead headed into the fourth.

In a dramatic last quarter, Camron Hines and Desisto opened with baskets for Orono only to be followed up with a 5-0 Calais run with all the points scored by Miles (conventional three point play and a layup).  Miles would score 9 of the 11 Calais point in the final 8 minutes. After trading baskets Calais held a 47-45 lead, until Heeger got fouled and fired up an off balance wild jumpshot that banked in off the glass, he made the free throw to complete the hoop and harm and Orono had a 48-47 lead with 1:42 left.  Miles again 15 seconds later made a tough move down low to put Calais back up a point at the 1:27 mark.  After an Orono miss, Newell got fouled and tried to give Calais a 3 point cushion from the foul line but he missed both with 1:15 left.  Jake Koffman got fouled down low and converted 1 of 2 from the line with 52 seconds left and the game was tied at 49.  A turnover by Calais gave Orono a chance for maybe a final shot with 40 seconds left.  Heeger tried a three pointer but the ball bounced off the rim.  Orono was able to get a jump ball in the wild scramble off the miss shot and get possession again with 27 seconds left.  A Calais steal though with 19 seconds remaining would give the Blue Devils a chance to win it.  Niles shot bounced off the back of the rim with 6 seconds left and in the ensuing scramble the final seconds would tick off the clock and the teams would head to overtime.

After hitting only 4 of 9 from the foul line in regulation including 3 for 7 in the final quarter, Niles would be impossible for Orono to stop in the 4 minute overtime session.  His tough moves down low forced some fouls by the Red Riots and Miles, with his team in the double bonus, would cash in.  His 9 for 10 effort from the line would give Calais a 58-53 lead with only a minute remaining.  Orono would get 1 for 2 from the line from Koffman to cut it to 58-54 with less than 20 seconds left. Paul would hit 2 of 2 from the line to make it 60-54 but a Jackson Coutts three pointer would make it 60-57 with only 2 seconds left on the clock.  After an Orono timeout, all Calais had to do was inbound the ball, but Newell was called for a team control foul for pushing off on Desisto and Orono had life and one more chance to send it to a second overtime.  Desisto would take the pass and fire up an off balance three at the buzzer from the left wing, but the ball hit off the side of the rim and the Blue Devils escaped.

Orono, who finishes their season and improbable tournament run at 14-8, Heeger and Collett both finished with 17 points, Hines had 8 and Desisto also chipped in 6.  For Calais, who improves to 19-2, along with the big night from Niles, Paul finished with 13 points, Kyle Johnson had 6 and Newell also contributed 5.

Calais will now face Dirigo High out of Dixfield, the Western Maine champs are also 19-2, next Saturday night at 8:45 pm at the Cross Insurance Center in Bangor.

Medomak Valley Boys take home regional championship

Bangor- The Medomak Valley Panthers boys basketball team proved why they were the #1 team in Eastern Maine Class B most of the year.  Some strong guard play by senior guard Micah Williamson and junior guard Nicholas Depatsy and a huge blocked shot in the closing seconds led the Panthers to the Class B Regional Championship 51-48 over the Winslow Black Raiders Saturday afternoon at the Cross Insurance Center.

Depatsy scored all of Medomaks 9 points in the opening period connecting on two field goals one from three point land and was 4-4 from the line.  But Winslow got 5 of their 9 opening quarter points from senior forward Justin Martin and the score was deadlocked after one.

Martin would give Winslow a 4 point lead with two baskets early in the second but Williamson responded for the Panthers hitting a runner in the lane and burying a three pointer to give Medomak a 14-13 advantage.  Both teams went back and forth, Williamson hit two more field goals including a three in the quarter and had 10 points but Martins 7 for Winslow kept them in the game, down just 25-22 at halftime.

Martin would again turn it on in the third quarter, getting 8 quarter points to give Winslow back the lead but Williamson had the response each time and in a closely contested game the Raiders took a 36-35 lead into the final period.

Free throws by Zach Starr from Medomak, a Colton Spear steal and layup and two more free throws from Williamson would give the Panthers a 41-36 advantage.  Martin would nail two long three point shots to give Winslow back the lead at 46-43 with only 2:46 left to play.  Cameron Allaire would nail one of his two huge shots in the fourth quarter with a leaner in the paint to get Medomak within 1 and then a putback of a missed shot to give the Panthers a 47-46 lead with only 45 seconds left. Winslow regained the lead once again on two Colby Robertson free throws at 48-47 but that was the end of the Raiders scoring.  Starr nailed a huge jumpshot to make it 49-48 Medomak with 22 second left and after a missed shot by Winslow, Allaire would be fouled and sink both free throws with 6 seconds to play to make it 51-48.  Winslows last chance came from their leader, Martin, but his three pointer from the top of the key at the buzzer was blocked by Allaire.

Winslow, who finishes the season at 18-3, they were led by Martin with 28 points and Josh Kervin also chipped in 7.  Medomak, who improves to 19-2, Williamson finished with 18 and Depatsy had 16 and Allaire contributed 7 including the two clutch foul shots and the block of Martin at the end of the game.

Medomak will now face Western Maine Champion Cape Elizabeth next Friday at the Cross Insurance Center in Portland for the Class B State Title, game set for 9 pm.

Jeff Green leads Celtics to win over Sixers

Jeff Green scored 36 points to lead the Boston Celtics to a 114-108 victory over the Philadelphia 76ers on Wednesday evening.

Rajon Rondo played his second strong game in a row for the Celtics.

Rondo recorded eight points, 11 assists, and nine rebounds.

Jared Sullinger scored 19 points and pulled down 10 rebounds.

It is the third double/double in a row for Sullinger.

Brandon Bass also scored 19 points.

The Sixers won at Boston on a buzzer beater last week.

The. Celtics have now won two straight games.

Boston (17-33) will hosf the Kings on Friday evening.

The Red Sox and Stephen Drew

First of all let me introduce myself, my name is Darren Pare and Marc has invited me to write up some blog posts and I am quite grateful for the opportunity. I am a big baseball fan, a Yankees fan in fact but please don’t judge, and will be covering mostly the professional side of sports. I won’t be writing about the Yankees, but will often take a look at the Red Sox and I will do my best to be objective. I hope you all enjoy.

As I am sitting here writing this I am watching the snow pile up outside and I find it hard to believe that pitchers and catchers will be reporting in just ten days. As I look at the Red Sox roster I think it is pretty solid and can really make a serious run at a championship repeat. The starting pitching is probably the strongest in the division, the bullpen is solid, the catching duties are in the capable hands of veteran A.J. Pierzynski, and the right side of the infield is set.

Two things stand out as potential problems. The outfield isn’t the strongest but it will probably be good enough, much like last year. Then there is the left side of the infield. Will Middlebrooks took a giant step backwards last year and is far from a sure thing at third base and is Xander Bogaerts definitely ready for the big time? One question mark is fine, but two becomes a problem.

Of course this could all be solved if the Red Sox re-signed Stephen Drew to play shortstop,that way you only need either Middlebrooks or Bogaerts to come through, not both. It makes too much sense for the Red Sox not to make this move. I just keep waiting for news of the signing to cross the wire, just like I keep waiting for this darn snow to stop falling. If the Red Sox wait too long Drew might wind up somewhere else  and that would be a shame.

Maine Para-Athlete Josh Kennison Brings Home a Bronze Medal From the IPC Athletics World Championships

orway, ME (August 2, 2013) – Josh Kennison, elite para-athlete from Maine, won the bronze medal in the 100m T43 sprint at the 2013 International Paralympic Committee (IPC) Athletics World Championships in Lyon, France, on July 22. Kennison finished the race in 11.93 seconds, earning the first world championship medal in his career.

Nearly 1,100 athletes from 99 countries competed in the IPC Athletics World Championships July 19 through 28. Kennison was one of six competitors in his division for the 100m sprint, placing third just behind fellow American Blake Leeper who placed second. The winner of the race, Alan Fonteles Oliveira of Brazil, set a new world record with a time of 10.80. Kennison also competed in the 200m sprint, placing fifth with a time of 24.12. He qualified for the World Championships at the US Paralympic Nationals in San Antonio, Texas, and is now focusing on training for the 2015 IPC Athletics World Championships in Doha, Qatar.

“This was my first world meet, and I was just excited to go across the world to compete. Bringing home a medal was a plus,” Kennison says of his time in Lyon.  “I’m excited to get back into training in a few weeks and get ready for the 2014 season.”

Kennison’s future goals include becoming the best US sprinter in his class, medaling at the 2015 IPC Athletics World Championships and also winning a medal at Rio 2016 Paralympic Games.  For now, Kennison will take some time off from training to visit Camp No Limits, an organization he has been involved with since 2005 that supports children and families with limb loss. Kennison also works with the Never Say Never Foundation to provide support for amputees, and is a recipient of the 2010 Amway Hero Award.
Despite being born without feet, arms, tongue or half of his jaw, Kennison never let anything stand in his way. After becoming a member of the USA Paralympic Track Team, he won four medals at the 2010 Endeavor Games, and broke the world record for the long jump with a distance of 5.54 meters at the 2013 Desert Challenge Games. Even more remarkable than his athletic prowess is his positive spirit.

When asked about what words he lives by, Kennison remarked, “You can do anything you set your mind to as long as you have the right mindset.”

On Friday, August 16, 2013 from 12:00 to 3:00 p.m., fans can connect with Kennison at Norway Savings Bank located at 261 Main Street in Norway, Maine where he will be signing autographs. Norway Savings Bank is proud to sponsor Josh Kennison, and looks forward to seeing him continue to excel in the future.

Josh Kennison’s results from the World Championships are available for viewing at http://www.paralympic.org/events/lyon-2013/live-results. For more information about the International Paralympic Committee Athletics World Championships, please visit http://www.paralympic.org/Events/Lyon2013.

Schedules changes at the state legion tournament

AUGUSTA- Robbie Hamilton hit his third home run of the American Legion state tournament to spark Westbrook to a lead over the Bangor Comrades.

Hamilton added a run scoring single as Westbrook had a 7-0 lead going to the bottom of the fourth inning.

That is when the game was suspended due to heavy rain and thunderstorms.

The game will resume at 10 a.m. on Saturday morning at Morton Field

Rain also forced postponement of the other two games that were scheduled for Friday.