Thomas 4-3, Saint Joseph’s 2-5
Colby 8-5, UM-Farmington 2-3
U-New England 5-0, Bowdoin 4-3
Saint Joseph’s 19, Rivier 0
So. Maine 14, Saint Joseph’s 7
U-New England 17, Regis 2
UM-Farmington 15, Thomas 12
Thomas, Saint Joseph’s split
At Standish, Mike Pratt’s three-run home run in the fourth inning of the second game gave the Monks the lead for good in a 5-3 victory that helped them earn a doubleheader split against the Terriers.
Thomas College of Waterville won the opener 4-2.
In the first game, Mike Busa belted a three-run homer in the third inning, giving Thomas all the runs it would need.
Payton Austin scattered five hits, striking out two and walking one, to pace the Terriers.
Mike Burdin and Travis Adams hit RBI singles for Saint Joseph’s behind loser Matt Mullen.
In Game 2, Pratt’s blast backed the combined seven-hitter of four pitchers, including relief winner Sean Drake.
Pratt also singled for the Monks, while Burdin singled three times and Todd Keneborous added two hits.
Tom Desjardins singled twice for Thomas.
Thomas 013 000 0 — 4 5 1
Saint Joseph’s 000 002 0 — 2 5 3
Payton and Busa; Mullen, Chamberlain (4), Laverriere (6), Stanclift (7) and Dahms
Thomas (9-10) 010 200 0 — 3 7 0
Saint Joseph’s (20-9) 001 310 x — 5 11 2
Austin and Charves; Keirstead, Drake (4), Roberge (5), Stanclift (7) and Adams
UNE, Bowdoin split
At Biddeford, Beth Smith scored on a wild pitch with two outs in the bottom of the sixth inning to give the University of New England a 5-4 win over Bowdoin College in the first game of a doubleheader.
The Polar Bears recovered in the second game with a 3-0 win.
In the first game, Ashley Gott hit two doubles and drove in two runs to propel the Nor’easters.
Amy Hackett posted a triple, a single and an RBI to pace Bowdoin. Shavonne Lord chipped in with a double and a single.
In the second game, Kara Nilan pitched a three-hit shutout with 11 strikeouts to earn the win for the Polar Bears. Caroline Dewar singled twice while Lord hit a two-run double.
Erin Grover, Smith and Gott each hit a single for the Nor’easters.
Bowdoin 201 010 0 — 4 6 1
U-New England 301 001 x — 5 6 6
Jacobs and Ronan; Zablowsky and Gott
Bowdoin (18-9) 100 001 1 — 3 10 1
U-New England (18-8) 000 000 0 — 0 3 1
Nilan and Ronan; Lyons and Gott
Colby sweeps UM-Farmington
At Farmington, Barbara Santos went 5-for-8 with three RBIs as Colby College earned a doubleheader sweep of the University of Maine-Farmington Tuesday.
The Mules won the first game 8-2 and the second 5-3.
In the first game, Santos hit a two-run home run and a single to lead Colby. Lizzi Fort hit three singles while Alyssa Lepore added a double, a single and an RBI.
Casandra Dyer tallied three singles and an RBI to pace the Beavers while Kaitlyn Bartlett had a double, a single and an RBI.
In the second game, Santos posted three singles and an RBI to spark Colby. Annie Wilson doubled and singled Allyson Cheever knocked in a run.
Bartlett hit a two-run home run to help lead UMF while McKell Barnes chipped in with a double and a single.
Colby 230 200 1 — 8 13 1
UM-Farmington 000 001 1 — 2 9 4
Tasi and Fort; Timmreck, Bartlett (5) and Barnes
Colby (6-13) 002 300 0 — 5 9 0
UM-Farmington (4-6) 000 102 0 — 3 6 3
Becker, Lepore (6) and Santos; Page and Flaherty
PLAYER OF THE WEEK
North Atlantic Conference
Dottie Cameron (Husson junior), Softball Player of the Week, went 15-for-31 at the plate last week with three doubles, a triple, a homerun, 15 RBIs and nine stolen bases.
Kelsey Crowe (Thomas freshman), Softball Rookie of the Week, pitched 23 innings allowing just three earned runs for a 0.91 ERA last week for the Terriers.
Christopher Keiley (Maine Maritime junior), Men’s Lacrosse Player of the Week, led the Mariners to a 4-0 week with 18 goals and 11 assists.
Mitch Heaps (Husson freshman), Men’s Lacrosse Rookie of the Week, recorded 10 goals, two assists and six ground balls in the Eagles’ win over Green Mountain.
Megan Clement (Husson junior), Women’s Lacrosse East Division Rookie of the Week, scored 16 goals to lead the Eagles to three conference wins last week.
Great Northeast Atlantic Conference
Liddy van der Linden (Saint Joseph’s senior), Softball Player of the Week, hit .476 with eight runs, nine RBIs, two doubles and three home runs for the Monks last week.
Marsh Stream Canoe Race
High School Challenge
Orono total adjusted time 1:52:40 — 1. Schuyler Collett, Alex Introne 0:36:52, 3. Karl Koehler, Laurie Hamilton 0:39:46, 4. Yuval Boss, Paul Robinson 0:40:02, 5. Ethan Vienneau, Eliot Lamb 0:41:29; East Grand 2:20:00 — 2. Andrew Gilman, Aaron Henn 0:38:36, 6. Elizabeth Gilman, Kaitlyn Beaudoin 0:51:46, 7. Mitchell Bartlett, Samari Stewart 0:53:38, 8. Shaunna Beadoin, Jayne Cousins 0:55:22
Maine Junior Golf Club Long Drive Competition
Ages 5-9: Josh Cole 101 yards; 10-13: Corbett Arnold 173; 14-17: Lance Bernier 272; 18-35: Robbie Arnold 245; 36-50: Eric Dubay 254; 51-64: Gary Tourtillotte 245; 65-older: Bill Foss 210; 50/50: Kevin Lee
Ages 10-13: Tori Jordan 159 yards; 14-17: Ashley Libby 189; 36-50: Wendi Ireland 154; 65-older: Doris Carney 147