April 15 Scores and Highlights

Posted April 15, 2009, at 11:33 p.m.

Wednesday’s Results

PREP

BASEBALL

Hebron 6, Berwick 6

SOFTBALL

Kents Hill 7, Hebron 6

GIRLS LACROSSE

Hebron 7, Proctor 6

BOYS TENNIS

Gould 4, Hebron 1

COLLEGE

BASEBALL

Southern Maine 13, Colby 4

Thomas 8-5, UM-Farmington 2-3

SOFTBALL

Bowdoin 12-5, Southern Maine 1-3

Colby 9, UM-Farmington 1

Husson 9-9, UM-Presque Isle 0-2

Saint Joseph’s 8-2, Emmanuel 0-1

MEN’S LACROSSE

Mount Ida 18, Husson 4

WOMEN’S LACROSSE

Colby 21, U-New England 2

COLLEGE

BASEBALL

Thomas sweeps UM-Farmington

At Farmington, Thomas College of Waterville scored seven runs in the final two innings to top the University of Maine at Farmington 8-2 in the first game. The Terriers also claimed the second game 5-3 with seventh-inning heroics.

In the first game, Dana Leland homered and singled to drive in three runs for Thomas. Jared Fieldsend singled three times, Tim Costa doubled and singled and Josh Nickerson hit two singles.

Tyler Hanson and Connor McNeill hit solo home runs for the Beavers. Russ Schmelzer singled twice.

In the second game, with two runs already in, Nick Schauwecker hit a two-run double in the seventh to break the 3-3 tie for Thomas.

Nickerson doubled and singled with an RBI and Fieldsend doubled and scored.

Hanson hit two more solo home runs for UM-Farmington. Matt Levine homered and singled.

USM 13, Colby 4

At Gorham, Anthony D’Alfonso drove in four runs as the University of Southern Maine rallied from a 3-0 deficit its 10th consecutive victory.

Mike Eaton added a double and a single for the Huskies, fifth ranked nationally in NCAA Division III, while Collin Henry of Penobscot hit a two-run triple during a five-run third-inning rally that gave USM the lead for good.

Taro Gold and Richard Newton each had two singles for Colby.

Saint Joseph’s sweeps Emmanuel

At Standish, Alyssa Dunn doubled, singled and drove in four runs as Saint Joseph’s College shut out Emmanuel College 8-0 in the first game. The Monks survived the second game 2-1.

In the first game, Samantha Gray had a double and two singles with an RBI for Saint Joseph’s. Emily Leverone scored two runs.

Chelsey Guselli, Heather Hamel and Kristen Landers singled for Emmanuel.

In the second game, Leverone hit two doubles, scored a run and knocked in a run for the Monks. Liddy van der Linden doubled in a run.

Guselli singled twice to lead Emmanuel. Jesse Hutchins doubled with an RBI. Ariana Liakos also doubled.

Bowdoin sweeps Southern Maine

At Gorham, Bowdoin College of Brunswick had 19 hits, including nine for extra bases, as the Polar Bears swept University of Southern Maine 12-1 and 5-3.

In the first game, Courtney Colantuno had two doubles, a single, scored three runs and had two RBIs for Bowdoin. Lauren Coven hit a double and two singles and scored two runs. Alison Coleman and Amy Hackett each doubled and singled with two RBIs.

Sarah Cusack doubled, singled and knocked in a run to pace the Huskies. Jessica Hayden added two singles.

In the second game, Coven knocked in a run and singled twice for Bowdoin. Molly Nestor had a double, RBI and scored two runs and Hackett tripled.

Anita Dixon hit two doubles and a single for Southern Maine. Sarah Deroche hit two singles and Hayden doubled with an RBI.

Colby 9, UM-Farmington 1

At Waterville, Carlie Minichino went four-for-four with four RBIs to lift Colby College of the University of Maine at Farmington.

Colby’s Alex Essman hit a two-run home run to end the game in the sixth inning due to the eight-run mercy rule. Minichino and Alyssa Lepore added run-scoring doubles in the sixth.

Lepore had two doubles, a single and scored two runs for the 3-7 Mules. Allyson Cheever went three-for-three with three runs scored.

Shannon Mitchell doubled and scored in the fifth inning for the 3-6 Beavers. Cassandra Dyer hit an RBI single and Caitlin Flaherty doubled.

MEN’S LACROSSE

Mount Ida 18, Husson 4

At Bangor, Zach Jacobson and Chrisopher Prophete each scored three goals to lead the Mount Ida Mustangs past Husson University.

Nate Prince of West Gardiner and Paul Barttipaglia each scored twice for the 7-6 Mustangs. James McAllister made 18 saves on 22 Husson shots for the five-time defending. The five-time defending North Atlantic Conference champs are now 5-1 in NAC play.

For the 4-6 (3-4 in NAC) Husson Eagles, freshmen Sam Smith of Rockport, Anthony Diaz of Brunswick, Chris Lloyd of Oxford and Ben Landry of Lewiston scored goals. Matt Linnell of Albion made 23 saves on 54 shots.

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