Bio Latest Posts Latest posts by (see all) Real Estate Transfers Week of Sept. 17 – September 18, 2020 MADISON — Joe Archambault led the Trenton Acadians to a 10-7 win over the Madison RTD 39ers on Sunday in Zone 1 American Legion action at Madison High School.Archambault recorded a home run, a double and two singles while going 4-for-4 with a walk for the Acadians (4-4).Garrison Looke chipped in with a double and two singles. Thomas Paolo, Conor Maguire and Beckett Slayton each added two singles.D.J. Allen hit a home run and a double to lead the 39ers (2-4). Chase Nelson added two doubles and Dallon Stevens contributed two singles and two RBIs.This is placeholder textThis is placeholder textMessalonskee 2, Trenton 0Garrison Looke couldn’t carry the Acadians past Messalonskee in seven innings on Thursday at Lawrence High School.Looke held Messalonskee hitless over two innings, allowed no earned runs, walked none and struck out two.Ben Frazee got it done on the mound for Messalonskee. He pitched seven shutout innings, struck out two, walked four and surrendered three hits.Acadians’ pitcher Gage Feeney lasted three innings. He walked one, struck out two and allowed two runs.Messalonskee never surrendered the lead after the third inning, scoring two runs on a two-run single by Danny Pooler.Motor City 4, Trenton 1The Trenton Acadians failed to provide enough offense to beat Motor City on Wednesday at George Stevens Academy, despite Conor Maguire’s stellar 7 1/3-inning performance.Tom Burns recorded the win for Motor City. He allowed one run over eight innings, struck out five, walked one and allowed six hits.The Acadians scored their only run in the fourth inning on an RBI single by Will Ricker.Motor City never trailed after scoring two runs in the sixth on an RBI double by Burns and a groundout by Ethan Stoddard.Bangor 6, Trenton 1Bangor’s Peter Kemble pitched a complete game one-hitter, allowing only a triple to the Trenton Acadians’ baseball team on Monday.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.Results submitted by Trenton Acadians coach Tim Archambault. Donald Trump Jr. to host Holden campaign event – September 18, 2020 Drive-thru flu shot clinics scheduled – September 18, 2020
The No. 6 Trojans suffered their first two losses the season as the men’s tennis team fell short to No. 2 TCU in the quarterfinals Saturday and No. 10 Wake Forest in a consolation match Sunday in the ITA Men’s Team Indoor Championships.The losses followed a win in the first round over No. 13 USF Friday to advance in the tournament.Against TCU, Max de Vroome lost a three-set battle that ended with a 7-3 defeat in the final set tie-break, giving the Horned Frogs a 4-3 win. “I’m proud of our effort tonight,” USC head coach Peter Smith said. “It was one of those college tennis matches that you love being a part of. TCU did a great job down the stretch to get the win.”The Trojans started off with an early lead in the match as de Vroome and Jack Jaede defeated Hudson Blake and Reese Stalder with the final score of 6-4 on Court 2 and Rob Bellamy and Jake DeVine topped Guillermo Nuñez and Alex Rybakov on Court 3 with the final score of 6-3.At singles, the Horned Frogs started off with two wins on Court 1, where No. 6 Cameron Norrie defeated the Trojans’ No. 33 Nick Crystal 6-1, 6-2, and Eduardo Nava dropped only 3 games in his 6-3, 6-0 win over USC’s No. 43 Logan Smith. The Trojans reclaimed the lead thanks to Thibault Forget, who won in straight sets on Court 5, and Jack Jaede, who came back and won 4-6, 6-4, 6-4 after dropping the first set at sixth singles to TCU’s Trevor Johnson. On Court 3, No. 38 Nuñez took three sets to overcome No. 104 Jake DeVine. TCU eventually notched the fourth point and punched the ticket for the semifinal when No. 122 Alex Rybakov battled back after losing the first set against de Vroome and finished the match with an epic 6-7, 7-5, 7-6 win. On Friday, USC was able to pull out a 4-3 win in the first round against USF. After losing the doubles point, the Trojans went down 0-2 after Peter Bertran defeated Laurens Verboven on Court 5 with the score of 6-2, 6-1. USC tied the match at 2-2 thanks to de Vroome and Smith, as they both won in straight sets. Roberto Cid gave the lead back to the Bulls as he defeated Nick Crystal on Court 1 with the final score of 6-3, 6-2. On Court 2, de Vroome upset No. 26 Dominic Cotrone in straight sets. With the score tied at 3-3, all the attention shifted toward Court 6, where Forget was tied 1-1 in his match against Vadym Kalyuzhnyy. After the winning the tie-break in the first set, Forget dropped the second set 6-1. Feeling the pressure on him, he pulled out a 6-2 win in the second set, giving the Trojans their sixth win of season.On Sunday, in the consolation match, the Trojans lost 4-0 to Wake Forest. After losing the doubles point, the Crystal, de Vroome and Smith recorded three losses on Courts 1, 2, and 4, respectively, stopping the play on the other courts. USC is now 6-2 on the season. The next competition will take the Trojans to Palo Alto, where they will face Stanford on Friday, Feb. 26, at 3 p.m.