April 14, Scores and Highlights

Bangor Daily News
Posted April 14, 2010, at 9:56 p.m.

HIGH SCHOOL
COLLEGE
BASEBALL

Southern Maine 11, Colby 7
UM-Farmington 5-13, Thomas 1-15

SOFTBALL
Bowdoin 9-6, Southern Maine 5-4
Husson 8-7, UM-Farmington 5-4
Maine Maritime 6-9, Thomas 4-6
St. Joseph’s 10-12, Lasell 6-2

MEN’S LACROSSE
Colby 13, Southern Maine 7
Husson 22, UM-Farmington 0
U-New England 23, Regis 2

WOMEN’S TENNIS
Bowdoin 8, Colby 1

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BASEBALL
Southern Maine 11, Colby 7

At Waterville, the University of Southern Maine rallied for five runs in the top of the ninth inning to defeat Colby College.
In the ninth, Nick Grady hit a two-run double and Mike Eaton added a two-run single for the Huskies.
Eaton added two more singles and John Carey had two singles and scored two runs.
Brandon Nieuw hit three singles and scored three runs for Colby. Mike Mastrocola added a double and two singles and Richard Newton hit a two-run homer in the sixth.
So. Maine (12-9)    000 203 015    — 11 11 0
Colby (9-9)             101 212 000    — 7 11 2

Melia, Nutter (4), Nicknair (5), Goodrich (7), Stanton (9) and Berthiaume, Marks (8); Sugarbaker, Collins (5), Chandel (6), Hesslein (7), Moore (8), Morrill (9), Hartigan (9) and Ruocco, Schroeder (9)

UM-Farmington, Thomas split
At Waterville, Bill Ridge allowed one run while scattering eight hits in leading the University of Maine at Farmington to its first win by topping Thomas College 5-1 in the first game.
Thomas scored four unanswered runs in the eighth inning to take the second game 15-13.
In the first game, Kyle Shea and Brian Morrison each doubled with an RBI and a run scored for the Beavers. Ridge allowed no walks and struck out three through seven innings.
Josh Nickerson doubled and singled for Thomas while Ben Goodall hit two singles.
In the second game, Tom Desjardins hit a three-run home run to pace Thomas. Taylor Livingston had tow doubles, two singles, two RBIs and scored four runs.
Brian Jenkins doubled and singled with three RBIs for the UM-Farmington. Connor McNeill had a triple, two singles and three runs scored. Russ Schmelzer hit three singles and scored twice.
(First Game)
UM-Farmington    000 500 0    — 5 5 1
Thomas                100 000 0    — 1 8 2

Ridge and Macvane; Farrar and Busa
(Second Game)
UM-Farmington (1-15)    116 131 0    — 13 17 3
Thomas (8-13)                513 204 x    — 15 12 1

Morrison, Ashey (3), Griffiths (6), DiPompo (6) and Judkins; Burke, Chamblee (3), Perkins (5), Estes (7) and Livingston

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SOFTBALL
St. Joseph’s sweeps Lasell

At Newton, Mass., Emily Leverone went 6-for-8 with three home runs and eight RBIs in leading St. Joseph’s College of Standish to a sweep of Lasell College. The Monks won 10-6 and 12-2 in five innings.
In the first game, Leverone homered twice with two singles and four RBIs for the Monks. Alyssa Dunna hit a grand slam in the first inning and Anna Willis added three singles.
Talia De Chiara drove in two runs for Lasell. Rachelle Haas and Ashley Laramie both singled twice.
In the second game, Leverone added a home run, a single and four RBIs. Liddy van der Lidden homered and doubled with two RBIs. Katelyn Call hit two singles and scored two runs.
Christy Wezowicz struck out eight in five innings to earn the win.
Kelly Barden hit two solo home runs to lead Lasell. Haas singled twice.
(First Game)
St. Joseph’s    430 210 0    — 10 12 2
Lasell              020 031 0    — 6   8   0

Walsh and Labbe; Saluti, Slader (2) and Silvia
(Second Game)
St. Joseph’s (27-5)    255 00    — 12 11 1
Lasell (16-18-1)          010 10    — 2   6  2

Wezowicz and Neff; Mammola, Beaton (3) and Laramie

Bowdoin sweeps Southern Maine
At Brunswick, Bowdoin College scored five times in the bottom of the sixth inning to rally past the University of Southern Maine of Gorham to win the first game 9-5.
The Polar Bears also won the second game 6-4.
In the first game, Jamie Paul hit three singles and drove in two runs for Bowdoin. Amy Hackett doubled, singled and knocked in two runs. Lauren Coven had three singles and two runs scored.
Heather Gilman homered and singled with two RBIs for the Huskies. Sarah Deroche had a double, two singles and two runs scored.
In the second game, Shavonne Lord had three singles and three RBIs to lead the Polar Bears. Kara Nilan had a double, two singles and three runs.
Katie Davis singled twice with a run scored and an RBI for Southern Maine. Sarah Cusack and Laura Leger both had a singled with an RBI.
(First Game)
Southern Maine    110 201 0    — 5 12 6
Bowdoin                111 015 x    — 9 13 3

Deroche, Jacobs (6) and Hayden; Sansone, Jacobs (4), Wells (7) and Ronan
(Second Game)
Southern Maine (5-21)    200 002    — 4  6  1
Bowdoin (20-9)               104 10x    — 6 10 1

Perdomo and Anderson; Thibodeau, Wells (6) and Mitchell

Maine Maritime sweeps Thomas
At Waterville, Casey McCloskey struck out eight in seven innings as the Maine Maritime Academy of Castine defeated Thomas College 9-6 in the nightcap.
The Mariners also won the first game 6-4.
In the first game, McKenzie Burke drove in two runs for the Mariners. Megan Russell and Nicole Poland both had two hits.
Mallorie Blakney, Anika Powers and Sarah Estes each had two hits for Thomas.
In the second game, Poland and Burke both had two hits and two RBIs to pace Maine Maritime. Kayla Higgins had two hits and Sabrina Keach knocked in two runs.
Kaymala Eells led Thomas with two hits. Samantha Moore, Kristin Masessa and Blakney all drove in a run.

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GOLF
LOCAL
At Barren View GC, Jonesboro
Senior Scramble

1. Jeanine Wright, Stan Fitzhenry, Tony French, Sonny Beal; 2. Hilary Pineo, Don Beal, Bob Loud, Tom Gillen; pin: Jim Layton

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