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March 11 Scores and Highlights

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Misericordia 4, Husson 3
Wentworth 11, Saint Joseph’s 10
Fredonia State 2, Saint Joseph’s 0
Saint Joseph’s 1, WPI 0
Thomas 7-0, Cedar Crest 1-3
Women’s Basketball
NCAA Div. III Sectional Round
At Union, N.J.

Bowdoin vs. Kean, 8 p.m.
Husson vs. Suffolk, at Winter Haven, Fla., noon
Maine at Rollins, at Winter Park, Fla., 6 p.m.
St. Joseph’s vs. William Paterson, at Winter Haven, Fla., 9 a.m.
Maine Maritime vs. Fisher (2), at Mahaney Dome, Orono, 4 p.m.
St. Joseph’s vs. Rockford at Fort Myers, Fla., 9 a.m.
St. Joseph’s vs. Polytechnic at Fort Myers, Fla., 11 a.m.
Thomas vs. Mitchell (2), Orlando, Fla., 4:30 p.m.
USF Under Armour Showcase
At Clearwater, Fla.

Maine vs. Temple, 3 p.m.
Maine vs. Middle Tennessee State, 7 p.m.
Alpine & Nordic Skiing
NCAA Championships, at Steamboat Springs, Colo.
Track and Field
NCAA Div. III Championships at DePauw
Maine at Northridge Invitational, Northridge, Calif.
Women’s Tennis
Bates at Southern Maine, 4 p.m.
Men’s Lacrosse
U-New England vs. So. Maine, at Deering High, Portland, 4 p.m.
Wentworth 11, St. Joseph’s 10

At Auburndale, Fla., with the tying run on second, Wentworth Institute of Technology pitcher Scott Borges caught Todd Keneborus looking to record the save and hand WIT the win over Saint Joseph’s College of Standish.
On Wednesday, the Monks earned a split against Loras College of Iowa. Loras won the opener 3-2 while Saint Joseph’s took the second game 12-6.
On Thursday, Doug Papuga hit a triple, double, two singles and knocked in three runs to lead Wentworth. Ben Danker had a double and three singles. Matt Jordan singled three times.
Ian Lee singled four times for the Monks. Eric LaBatte hit a two-run home run in the seventh. Pat Moran and Ben Grant-Roy each had a double, two singles and two RBIs. Mike Pratt had four RBIs.
In Wednesday’s first game, B.J. Juergens hit a two-run double in the sixth for Loras.
Monks’ Ian Lee doubled and drove in a run on a sacrifice fly.
In Wednesday’s second game, LaBatte had a double, two singles, four RBIs and two run scored for St. Joseph’s. Lee added two RBIs.
Calvin Rea hit a single and a second-inning solo home run for Loras.
(Thursday’s Game)
Wentworth (4-2) 012 140 201 — 11 18 2
St. Joseph’s (3-4) 201 011 221 — 10 18 3

Gardner, Sandini (6), Borges (9) and Oggeri; Mullen, Drake (3), Dion (4), Nanof (5), Nanof (6) and Stanclift (7)
(Wednesday’s First Game)
Loras 100 002 0 — 3 8 1
St. Joseph’s 010 000 1 — 2 5 0

Safranski, Laurie (7) and Schroeder; Murray and Lee
(Wednesday’s Second Game)
St. Joseph’s 000 505 2 — 12 11 1
Loras (1-1) 020 040 0 — 6 10 4

Roberge, Keirstead (5) and Adams, Dahms; Moriarty, Boge (4), Cottrell (5), Schwartz (6), Radabaugh (6) and Schroder, Henricksen

Misericordia 4, Husson 3
At Babson Park, Fla., the Eagles rallied for three runs in the sixth, but could not overcome an early 4-0 deficit against the Cougars.
Corey Cushing led Husson University of Bangor with two singles and two RBIs, while Kyle Vanidestine singled twice.
Ryan Arsenault allowed five hits and three earned runs in six innings, striking out eight and walking three.
Nate Newman hit a two-run home run in the first inning for Misericordia of Dallas, Pa., while Bubba Jasinski had an RBI double.
Misericordia scored three in the first with the aid of two wild pitches and an error. The Cougars added a run in the third on Jasinski’s double.
Husson rallied in the sixth when Mark Dvilinsky walked, Jason Smith singled and Jake Arthers delivered an RBI single. Cushing followed with a two-run single and both runners advanced on an error.
However, Pete Doggett retired the next three batters to halt the rally.
Husson (4-2) 000 003 3 — 3 6 1
Misericordia (7-1) 301 000 x — 4 5 2

Arsenault and Rennick; Philippi, Doggett (4) and Gonzalez

Saint Joseph’s 1, WPI 0

At Cape Coral, Fla., Madylan Kluna pitched a five-hit shutout and Emily Leverone knocked in the game’s only run to pace the Monks to victory in the Gene Cusic Collegiate Classic.
In the day’s first game, Fredonia State shut out Saint Joseph’s of Standish 2-0.
Kluna allowed only five singles, striking out nine and walking one for Saint Joseph’s.
The Monks scored in the third off Worcester Polytechnic Institute pitcher Allie Hardy, who fired a four-hitter. Jordan VanRosendael drew a leadoff walk, but Danyelle Shufelt bunted into a double play.
Anna Willis followed with an infield single, stole second, moved to third on a throwing error and rode home on Leverone’s infield single to third base.
Meg Foley singled twice for WPI.
WPI (6-2) 000 000 0 — 0 5 1
Saint Joseph’s (4-2) 001 000 x — 1 4 0

Hardy and Beaulieu; Kluna and Labbe
Eastern Class B

First team, forward: Brennen Shaw (Presque Isle), Ben Ward (Houlton), Nick Risser (Brewer); defense: Steve Ford (Presque Isle), Jason Martin (Presque Isle); goal: Derek Duff (John Bapst)
Second team, forward: Todd Brow (Winslow), Evan Nadeau (Brewer), Alex Pacheco (Brewer); defense: Chris Lopez (Brewer), Charlie Kriegel (Winslow); goal: Josh McFarline (Presque Isle)
Third team, forward: Zac Campbell (Presque Isle), Cody Cross (Old Town), Cody Briggs (Houlton); defense: Jake Peabody (Houlton), Matt Woodbury (Lawrence); goal: Eric White (Brewer)
Honorable mention, forward: Nick Pease (Hampden), Justin Bouchard (Winslow), Isaac Lajoie (Presque Isle); defense: Jeshua Dearborn, Dalton Thompson, Nate Baker, Jared Tapley; goal: Jesse Little (Winslow), Patrick Spaulding (Old Town), Malik Abouleish
All-rookie team, forward: Matt Cloutier (Orono), Adam Flynn (Presque Isle); defense: Jordan Brown (Houlton), Mike Shed (Brewer); goal: Patrick Spaulding (Old Town), Mike Brown (Orono)
Senior all-star team, forward: Brennen Shaw (PI), Nick Risser (Brewer), Todd Brow (Winslow), Alex Pacheco (Brewer), Zac Campbell (PI), Nick Pease (Hampden), Jeshua Dearborn (Lawrence), Tyler Vandez (OT), Mitch Davis (PI), Derrick Antworth (JB); defense: Kyle Cleary (Orono), Steve Ford (PI), Jason Martin (PI), Charlie Kriegel (Winslow), Chris Lopez (Brewer), Jake Peabody (Houlton), Jake Doing (Orono), Jared Tapley (Houlton); goal: Jesse Little (Winslow), Derek Duff (JB), Eric White (Brewer)
Team sportsmanship award: Old Town; Gene Fadrigan coach of the year award: Carl Flynn (Presque Isle); player of the year: Brennen Shaw (Presque Isle)
NCAA Championships
At Steamboat Springs, Colo.
Women’s 5K Classic

1. Antje Maempel (Denver) 16 minutes, 3.4 seconds; 29. Lucy Garrec (Colby) 19:21.4
Men’s 10K Classic
1. Matt Gelso (Colorado) 29:25.5; 36. Wyatt Fereday (Colby) 32:24.1
At Green Valley GC,
West Enfield
Indoor Leagues
Men’s League

Dale Folnesby, Victor Jipson 30; Ed Soule, Marshall Foster 31; Fred Pete, Brody Libby 31; Mike Faloon, Victor Jipson 34; pins: No. 13 Dale Folnesby 6-6, No. 17 Brody Libby 36-0
Thursday Ladies
Nickole Clendenning, Bernadette Paradis, Fran Auclair 77; Marylin Briggs, Betty Goodwin, Gina Smith 79
Monday Night
Lance Bernier 73, Michael Clendenning 79, Marshall Foster 86, Gary Tourtillotte 88, Keith Champion 89, Randy Gifford 91
Saturday Juniors
Logan Thompson 73, Marshall Foster 78

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