Hermon 5, Searsport 3
UM-Farmington 5-10, UMPI 2-7
UM-Farmington sweeps UMPI
At Farmington, McKell Barnes hit a two-run home run in the fourth inning to break the 7-7 tie and lead the University of Maine-Farmington to a Game 2 victory over the University of Maine-Presque Isle.
The Beavers won the first game 5-2.
In the first game, Barnes had three singles and two RBIs to lead the Beavers. Kaitlyn Bartlett added two doubles and Samantha Morency doubled with two RBIs.
Lainey Herring doubled and singled to lead the Owls. Danielle Humphrey and Emily Staples also doubled.
In the second game, Barnes doubled and scored three runs for UM-Farmington. Morency doubled and singled, driving in two runs. Bartlett doubled twice. Whitney Page provided 4-plus innings of scoreless relief to seal the win.
Herring doubled and knocked in three runs to pace UM-Presque Isle. Staples had three singles, Nicole Russell doubled and singled, and Cassie Green and Peers singled twice.
UM-Presque Isle 000 000 2 — 2 5 2
UM-Farmington 004 010 x — 5 11 2
Russell and D. Humphrey; Bartlett, Page (7) and Donnell
UM-Presque Isle (6-18) 043 000 0 — 7 12 2
UM-Farmington (4-4) 223 210 x — 10 9 2
Herring and D. Humphrey; Piggott, Page (3) and Donnell
PLAYER OF THE WEEK
Taylor Lewis (University of Maine), baseball, Lewis hit .625 with eight runs scored and drove in eight runs during the week. In Sunday’s first game at Albany, he hit for the cycle.
Tyler Patzalek (University of Maine), baseball rookie, hit .529 with eight runs scored and four RBIs during the week.
Little East Conference
Bethany Dumas (University of Southern Maine sophomore from Augusta), women’s outdoor field, won two events at the George Davis Invitational at UMass Lowell. Won the javelin throw with a heave of 122 feet, 10 inches and cleared 10-1 in winning the pole vault.
Ariel Howes (University of Southern Maine freshman from Farmingdale), women’s outdoor track rookie, had two New England Div. III Championships qualifying times at the George Davis Invitational. Was eighth in the 100-meter hurdles (17.17 seconds) and fourth in the 400-meter hurdles (1:09.53).
Nikole Robbins (University of Southern Maine freshman from West Gardiner), women’s outdoor field rookie, in the George Davis Invitational, Robbins was fifth in the long jump (17 feet-1¼ inches) and eighth in triple jump, clearing 34-2¾.
Josh Warren (University of Southern Maine senior from Hermon), men’s tennis, posted a 4-0 record in top-flight singles and doubles.