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April 3-4 Scores and Highlights

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Saturday’s Results
Bates 3-5, Tufts 0-6
Bowdoin 3-4, Trinity 5-1
Colby 16-13, UM-Presque Isle 0-0
Johnson & Wales 7-1, Saint Joseph’s 3-11
Maine 15-8, NJIT 1-2
Rhode Island College 7-13, Southern Maine 5-11
Saturday’s Results
Saint Joseph’s 7-9, Johnson & Wales 2-5
Southern Maine 6-3, Rhode Island College 3-3
Trinity 6-4, Bates 4-0
Tufts 5-3, Bowdoin 1-2
U-New England 1-5, Eastern Nazarene 0-0
Saturday’s Results
Amherst 13, Bates 7
Colby 9, Middlebury 8
Eastern Connecticut 18, Southern Maine 13
Husson 8, Johnson State 6
Maine Maritime 22, UM-Farmington 1
Saint Joseph’s 25, Green Mountain 3
Thomas 8, Lyndon State 6
Saturday’s Results
Colby 11, Middlebury 10
Husson 23, Green Mountain 7
U-New England 15, Southern Maine 10
Saturday’s Results
Middlebury 8, Bates 1
Saturday’s Results
Tufts 9, Bates 0
Tufts 9, Colby 0
Monks, Johnson & Wales split
At Standish, Todd Keneborus hit a two-run triple to highlight a seven-run sixth inning as Saint Joseph’s College defeated Johnson and Wales University 11-1 in the second game of a Saturday doubleheader. The Monks dropped the first game 7-3. In the first game, Nick Alosco hit a three-run home run to spark Johnson and Wales for the win. Mike Burdin doubled and singled with an RBI for Saint Joseph’s. Chris Campbell and Eric LaBatte each knocked in a run. In the second game, Keneborus finished with a triple, two singles and three RBIs to lead the Monks. Burdin posted a double, a single and an RBI while Ben Grant-Roy and Pat Moran each singled twice. LaBatte chipped in with a two-run single.
USM drops twinbill
At Providence, R.I., Tim Schabowski and Kevin Carey each hit a game-ending two-run home run as Rhode Island College stunned the University of Southern Maine 7-5 and 13-11. In the first game, RIC scored six runs in the bottom of the ninth to erase a 5-1 deficit. USM lefthander Collin Henry of Penobscot allowed just one run in eight innings before tiring in the ninth. In the second game, RIC trailed 11-3 before scoring seven runs in the bottom of the eighth to pull within one run and then winning on Carey’s first college homer in the ninth. USM had taken an early lead thanks to Henry’s bat, as the former George Stevens Academy star hit two home runs in the first four innings. Henry finished the doubleheader with a 5-for-9 day at the plate with three home runs, three runs scored and six RBIs.
Bates, Tufts split
At Lewiston, Karl Alexander pitched a seven-hit shutout as Bates defeated Tufts University 3-0 in the first game of a doubleheader. Tufts won the second game 6-5, as David Orlowitz hit a grand slam in the eighth inning to help the Jumbos rally from a 5-1 deficit. In the first game, Noah Lynd hit a two-run homer for Bates in the second inning and Gordy Webb added an RBI single after Lynd doubled in the fourth. In the second game, Bates fell despite outhitting Tufts 14-8. Webb and Chris Burke each had three singles for the Bobcats.
Colby sweeps UMPI
At Waterville, Colby College’s pitching staff made it three straight shutouts against the University of Maine at Presque Isle with a 16-0, 13-0 doubleheader sweep over the Owls at Coombs Field on Saturday. Colby, which shut out UMPI 13-0 on Friday, yielded just nine hits in the three games. In Saturday’s first game, Colby scored six first-inning runs to take control. The Mules’ Brandon Nieuw finished with four hits, while John LaMantia had a triple and two doubles and Devlin McConnell hit a three-run homer. Dom Morrill pitched the first five innings to get the win for the Mules. Jake Fillebrown singled and walked for UMPI. In the second game, Mike Mastrocola had three hits and four RBIs for Colby, while Connor Sullivan earned the pitching win.
Bowdoin earns split with Trinity
At Hartford, Conn., Bowdoin dropped Saturday’s opener against Trinity 5-3, but rallied to defeat the fourth-ranked team in NCAA Division III 4-1 in the nightcap. The Polar Bears won two of the three games in the weekend series, becoming the first team to take a NESCAC se-ries from Trinity since 2007. In the first game, Trinity’s Stephen Rogers singled twice while Alex Almeida hit a two-run double. Matt Ruane hit a two-run homer for Bowdoin. In the second game, Oliver Van Zant struck out 11 while allowing one run on five hits in seven innings on the mound for Bowdoin. Dan Hicks hit a two-run homer to highlight a four-run fifth-inning rally by the Polar Bears.
Monks sweep Johnson & Wales

At Standish, Christy Wezowicz pitched a complete game, scattering five hits, giving up one earned run and strik-ing out seven to earn the win as Saint Joseph’s College defeated Johnson and Wales University 7-2 in the opening game of a Saturday doubleheader. The Monks won the second game 9-5. In the first game, Danyelle Shufelt and Na-tasha Howard each posted two singles and an RBI for Saint Joseph’s. Jillian Kimball tripled and singled while Emily Leverone drove in two runs. In the second game, Kimball tallied three singles, a run and an RBI to lead the Monks. Ellen Neff doubled and singled with two runs and two RBIs. Liddy van der Linden and Shufelt each had a double, a single and an RBI while Heather Tripp added a two-run double.
USM, Rhode Island split
At Gorham, Sarah Deroche scattered five hits over seven innings and allowed three earned runs as the University of Southern Maine defeated Rhode Island College 6-3 in the first game of a Saturday doubleheader. The Huskies dropped the second game 5-3. In the first game, Katie Davis and Heather Gilman each posted a double and a single for Southern Maine. Jess Hayden drove in two runs while Lauren DiCecco posted a double. Molly Hopkins, Sarah Cusack, Melissa Caiazzo and Gilman each added an RBI. In the second game, Donielle Mattoon drove in two runs on a double and a single to lead Rhode Island. Caiazzo tallied a double, a single and an RBI to pace the Huskies. Laura Leger singled twice while Davis added an RBI double.
Tufts sweeps Bowdoin
At Medford, Mass., Tufts University earned a doubleheader sweep of Bowdoin College Saturday with a 5-1 win in the opener and a 3-2 victory in the nightcap. In the opener, Rebecca DiBiase pitched seven innings, giving up five hits and one earned run to earn the win for Tufts. Caroline Dewar singled and drove in the lone run for the Polar Bears. Shavonne Lord chipped in with a double.  In the nightcap, Julia Silberman hit a two-run home run in the sec-ond inning to spark the Jumbos. Kara Nilan singled twice for Bowdoin. Molly Nestor and Lord each knocked in a run while Lauren Coven and Amy Hackett each doubled.
Trinity sweeps Bates
At Hartford, Conn., Kristen Anderson pitched a two-hit shutout to lead Trinity College by Bates College 4-0 in the second game of a Saturday doubleheader. Trinity topped the Bobcats 6-4 in the first game. In the first game, Jessica Tait tripled, doubled and knocked in a run to lead Trinity. Leah Maciejewski hit two doubles to pace Bates. Mary Lewis singled twice while Karen Ullmann, Kelly McManus and Jean McIntyre each had an RBI. In the second game, Kristina Yu doubled and drove in two runs to propel Trinity. Lauren Dobish hit a double for the Bobcats.
Men’s lacrosse
Husson 8, Johnson State 6
At Johnson, Vt., Husson University jumped out to an early 3-0 lead and held on to defeat Johnson State University at Minaert Field on Saturday. The Eagles (4
-4) took their early lead on goals by Nick Brown, Ben Landry and An-thony Diaz, but Johnson State rallied to tie the match before Husson took the lead for good on Landry’s second goal of the match. Husson led 5-3 at intermission before Diaz and Alex Ryan scored to give the Eagles a four-goal cushion midway through the third period. Diaz finished with three goals for the Eagles, who outshot Johnson State 38-33. Husson goalies Alex Behzad and John Hooper combined for 14 saves, while Branden Sawyer made 16 saves for 0-2 Johnson State.
Maine Maritime 22, UMF 1
At Castine, Andrew DiSalvo had six goals and five assists as Maine Maritime Academy overwhelmed the first-year team from the University of Maine at Farmington at Ritchie Field. Wade Mondoux added four goals for the 1-3 Mariners, while Tom Houle had two goals and two assists and Chris Kelley had a goal and four assists. Kevin Boucher made two saves on 10 shots in goal for Maine Maritime. Drew McLaren scored UMF’s lone goal, and Mat-thew Nutter made 26 saves on 75 shots for the 1-1 Beavers.
Women’s lacrosse
Husson 23, Green Mountain 7
At Poultney, Vt., Shelby Bradford registered a game-high five goals as Husson University cruised past Green Mountain College Saturday. Megan Clement and Jami Ladd netted four goals apiece for 4-1-1 Husson while Alexan-dra Laniewski chipped in with three goals. Kristen Capen made eight saves on 17 shots. Kelsy Allan stopped 21 of 49 shots for 2-4 Green Mountain.
Batter up
Senior league
Hampden-Newburgh Little League
Senior League Rosters
River Town Eye Care:
Erica Martin, Courtney Dunton, Abby Lord, Brianna Cota, Lindsie Fogg, Eliza Eastman, Natalie Chabot, Casey Peabody, Paige Yost, Alice Burger, Cassidy Tucker, Tessa Dinardo, Brooklyn Scott; Rawcliff’s: Erin Murphy, Laura Doyon, Mikala Leland, Daija Misler, Lily Salfi, Madeline Doble, Alyson Leino, Abby Elkins, Evelyn Thompson, Taylor Clement, Tamara Hathorn, Hannah Ashmore, Caitlin O’Kendley
Canoe racing
Passagassawaukeag River Race
At Belfast, Saturday
Overall winner:
Ryan Wirth 41 minutes, 22 seconds; Anything Goes: Tim Caldwell, Colin Kennedy 64:09, Allan Geiser, Darcy Robertson 126:40; Century Racing: Bill Anderson, Greg McMorrow 44:53, Alan Paradise, Priscilla Reinerston 45:21; Century Rec: Rick O’Donald, Paul Brown 46:38, Maber Cronkite, Peter Blood 48:35, D.W. Smith, David Lee 48:48, Dan Merrill, Al Beeson 52:56, Peter Kalajian, Phil Gerard 54:21; Clydesdale: Art Cross, Randy Cross 54:22, Nick Sirois, Chris Hempstead 56:44, Blade Woods, James Woodbury 60:21, Brandon Wise, Adam Willett 61:58; College: Dan Flammini, Jason Cross 49:36, Mary Jean Jones, Zachary Bell 59:53; High School: Daniel Lesser, Mark Rowe 47:57, River Robertson, Tyler Albee 49:39, Laurie Hamilton, Eliot Lamb 56:58, Sam Valley, Bennett Higgins 57:37, Torai Nelson, Garrett Gonzales 59:20; K: Ray Wirth 41:22, Jeff Sands 43:05, Ben Fuller 48:56, Glenn Montgomery 52:29, James Sanborn 55:12; KS: Bruce Welk 47:45, Dick Hanson 48:03, Dan Kelley 48:07, Mark Bamford 48:33, John W. Carter 49:01; KW: Leslie Gregory 50:09; OC1: Robert Martin 48:33, Michael Bigos 71:07; OC1R: Joe Dana 50:57, Robert Hessler 54:09, Chris Dalton 55:22, Bob Mitchell 55:41, Bob Winslow 56:24; OC1W: Tammy Kelley 55:08, Jennette Fisher 55:35, Lynne Flaccus 60:07; OC2 Jr/Sr 12 & Under: Matt Dingle, Max Dingle 49:01, Justin Wardwell, Sarah Perley 53:34, Aaron Winslow, Jackson Winslow 54:43, Don Cross, Andrew Cross 55:59, David Stearns, Aiden Stearns 56:36; OC2 Jr/Sr 13-16: Jeff Owen, Yuval Boss 45:44, Christopher Deane, John Goulet 47:25, Alex Introne, Bucky Owen 48:39, Mike Kelley, Tyler Kelley 49:40, Clayton Cole, Tiffany Tanner 51:09; OC2 Mix Rec: Chip Loring, Ander Thebaud 45:35, Eliza Stoll, Tom Cronkite 46:32, Greg Dorr, Bronwen Pierson 48:48, Caitlin Cross, Dale Cross 50:07, Tiffany Bates, Mike Erskine 50:17; OC2 Weekend Warrior: Gabe Paul, Aaron Sapiel 49:53, Schyler Collett, Leslie Winchester 51:57, Richard Heath, Adrian Heath 51:58, Leif Weaver, Scott Giroux 53:09, Ryan Lister, Chris Coleman 55:49; OC2M: Mark Ranco, Chris Francis 42:32, Barry Dana, Lori Dana 42:45, Dick Kelley, Brian Kelley 46:21, Brian Battista, John Brag-don 48:22; OC2 Mixed: Sandra Mitchell, Terry Wescott 49:48, Sasha Small, Dan Littlefield 54:29; OC2RM: Aaron Cross, Dan Wagner 44:57, Gary Martin, Matt Morin 48:23, Jeff Washington, Brad Coffey 48:43, Cliff Littlefield, Joe Littlefield 48:57, Troy Francis, John Neptune 49:33; OC2RS: Dan Cassidy, Dave Cassidy 54:27, Jody Butilier, Brian Butilier 55:19, Glen Widmer, John Thurston 56:24; OC2S: Krystal Mudgett, Gary Brooks 53:35; OC2W: Kate Ziminsky, Sheila Sullivan 52:16, Jenn Barton, Stacy Linehan 54:33, Laurie Stearns, Sheryl Stearns 55:04, Mary Hartt, Susannah Owen 56:56, Maulian Dana, Sikwani Dana 58:25
Track and field
At Fitchburg, Mass.
Jim Sheehan Memorial Meet
Bates men 180, Wheaton 109, UMass Lowell 100, Southern Maine 92
Bates women 144.5, UMass Lowell 119.5, Colby 118, Wheaton 87, Worcester State 78

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