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April 20, Scores and Highlights

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Central 14, Dexter 12
George Stevens 15, Sumner 2
Old Town 14, Orono 0, 5 inn.

Central 14, Dexter 2
Old Town 10, Orono 2
Sumner 5, George Stevens 2


Husson 12, Southern Maine 1
Maine 7, Bates 2

Bowdoin 10-10, Thomas 0-2
St. Joseph’s 2-1, Rivier 1-3
UM-Farmington 5-2, Husson 4-16
UMass Boston 3-3, Southern Maine 1-12

Colby 19, Maine Maritime 3
Plymouth State 21, So. Maine 12

Plymouth State 18, So. Maine 12
Thomas 8, UM-Farmington 7

Rhode Island College 5, Southern Maine 4

Central 14, Dexter 12

At Corinth, Cody Caruso had three singles and three RBIs as Central held off Dexter.
Aaron Bell doubled and singled with two RBIs for the Red Devils. David Lord hit a two-urn double in the third. Justin Weymouth pitched 4ª of relief, allowing three runs on four hits and striking out four.
Nathan Wyman paced Dexter with a triple, two singles and three RBIs. Zach Poirier and Ryan Wilks both doubled and singled and Casey Jordan singled twice.
Dexter (0-1)    306 102 0    — 12 16 2
Central (1-0)    534 101 x    — 14 8 2

Gustin, Crane (1), Jordan (4) and MacDonald; Caruso, Weymouth (3) and Young

George Stevens 15, Sumner 2
At East Sullivan, Josh Gale hit a triple and a single while driving in two runs in lead George Stevens Academy of Blue Hill past Sumner.
Tom Crowe hit three singles for the Eagles. Nick Kane and Cameron Lawson added two singles each.
Tom Bell hit an RBI double in the third inning for Sumner. Mike Crowley and Joey Malloy each had to singles.
George Stevens (1-0)    500 311 5    — 15 11 1
Sumner (1-1)                001 100 0    —  2   8  3

Dow, Oliveri (7) and Cheney; Crowley, Dyer (2), Malloy (5), J. Simmons (6), Norton (7) and Z. Simmons, Crowley (2)

Old Town 10, Orono 2

At Old Town, the Coyotes pushed across six third-inning runs en route to the season-opening win.
Megan Cousins singled twice and tripled to knock in a run for Old Town. Winning pitcher Hannah Morin doubled home another run while Amy Singer doubled and singled (RBI).
Riley Mahan singled twice for Orono.
Orono (0-1)         020 000 0    — 2 6 1
Old Town (1-0)    006 130 x    — 10 10 2

Foster and Fox; Morin and Singer

Central 14, Dexter 2
At Corinth, Scarlett stevens hit a triple and two singles to drive in five runs and lead Central to victory over Dexter.
Alix Rudzinski had two singles, a triple and two RBIs while striking out seven for the Red Devils. Michelle Ferrie tripled and singled.
Kristie Mower had two hits including a two-run single in the fifth inning for the Tigers. Shelby Lancaster doubled.
Dexter (0-1)     000 02    — 2    3  2
Central (1-0)    125 42    — 14 15 0

Gustin and Lancaster; Rudzinski and Trafton

Sumner 5, George Stevens 2
At East Sullivan, Ashley Pennartz pitched a four-hitter and drove home a run with a fielder’s choice as Sumner defeated George Stevens Academy of Blue Hill.
Hunter Rivers doubled and singled for Sumner, while Kiera Eschete singled twice, Emily Leighton singled home a run and Jamie Hoglund plated a run with a fielder’s choice.
Richelle Kane hit a solo home run in the sixth inning for George Stevens.
George Stevens (0-1)    000 101 0    — 2 4 3
Sumner (2-0)                 111 200 x    — 5 6 2

Clapp and Theoharidis; Pennartz and S. Leighton


Husson 12, Southern Maine 1

At Gorham, Shawn Smith collected three hits, including a two-run homer in the fifth inning and an RBI triple in the ninth as Husson University rolled past Southern Maine.
Kyle Vanidestine and Cody Haverly-Johndro added a pair of hits for the Eagles while Nate Adams pitched 6-plus innings to pick up the win.
Mike Eaton singled in USM’s lone run.
Husson (18-15)    001 220 214    — 12 9 3
USM (14-11)        100 000 000    —   1 4 4

Adams, Morris (7), Leeman (9) and Rennick, Bush (9); Schmidt, Stanton (4), Goodrich (7), Hahn (7), deBethune (8), Eaton (9) and Marks

UM-Farmington, Husson split

At Farmington, Shannon Mitchell hit a third-inning grand slam and the University of Maine at Farmington held on to defeat Husson University 5-4 in the first game.
Husson outscored the Beavers 16-2 in the second game.
In the first game, McKell Barnes and Kaitlyn Bartlett each hit two singles for the Beavers.
Megan Richard hit two singles for the Eagles while Dorothy Cameron had a single, RBI and a run.
In the second game, Cameron had a two-run homer with three runs scored to lead the Eagles. Diann Ramsey had four singles and Brianna Webster had a double, two singles, three RBIs and three runs scored. Kara Poirier doubled and singled with three RBIs.
Kasey McPhail led the Beavers with three singles. Barnes singled twice.
(First Game)
Husson                 101 200 0    — 4 9 0
UM-Farmington    004 100 x    — 5 11 0

Poirier, N. Sargent (6) and Sousa
(Second Game)
Husson (19-13)               233 017    — 16 17 2
UM-Farmington (5-11)    000 020    — 2 8 3

N. Sargent, Lyon (4) and Risser; Page, Bartlett (4), Piggott (6) and Flaherty

Bowdoin sweeps Thomas
At Waterville, Kara Nilan hit two home runs and drove in three runs in leading Bowdoin College of Brunswick to a 10-0 win over Thomas College in the first game.
Bowdoin also won the nightcap 10-2.
In the first game, Amy Hackett also homered with three RBIs for Bowdoin. Clare Ronan had three hits.
Three players recorded a hit for Thomas.
In the second game, Gen Barlow knocked in three runs for Bowdoin. Molly Neston hit a two-run home run. Nilan and Lauren Coven had three hits.
Alexandra Kriegel had two hits and an RBI for Thomas. Alexandra Kennedy also had two hits.

UMass Boston, USM split
At Gorham, the University of Southern Maine scored nine times in the bottom of the fifth inning to break a 3-3 tie and defeat the University of Massachusetts Boston 12-3 in the nightcap.
UMass Boston won the first game 3-1.
In the first game, Jaci Goodwin reached on a fielder’s choice attempting a sacrifice bunt, scoring Sue Killilea in the eighth for UMass Boston. Killilea had a triple and two singles.
Lauren DiCecco hit two singles and scored a run for the Huskies. Jessica Hayden added a single and an RBI.
In the second game, Hayden had two doubles and three RBIs to pace Southern Maine. Katie Davis had a double, two singles and two RBIs. Laura Leger and DiCecco both scored three runs.
Killilea hit a two-run triple in the first inning for UMass Boston. Kasey O’Connell added a double, single and run scored.
(First Game)
UMass Boston       100 000 02    — 3 9 1
Southern Maine    000 000 00    — 1 6 2

Wolfe and Killilea; Deroche and Hayden
(Second Game)
UMass Boston (16-11)     300 00    —  3   6 4
Southern Maine (8-22)    201 09    — 12 11 1

Willis, Wolfe (5) and Killilea; Perdomo and Hayden

Men’s Lacrosse
Colby 19, Maine Maritime 3

At Waterville, Whit McCarthy and Keith Fairbrother each scored three goals in leading Colby College to victory over Maine Maritime Academy of Castine.
Scott Margolis, Greg McKillop, Mark Squicciarino and Jonathan McIvor each had two goals for 8-5 Colby. Ian Deveau, John LoVerme, Derrik Flahive, Chris Barrand and Alex Boches also scored.
Andrew Disalvo, Christopher Keiley and Tom Houle scored for the 6-5 Mariners. Justin Genest provided two assists.
Colby’s Thomas Gianakos, Patrick Gilligan and Tyler Cash combined for seven saves on 10 shots. Kevin Boucher turned away nine of 28 shots for MMA.

Todd Keneborus
(Saint Joseph’s College), co-baseball player of the week, hit .471 with a .647 slugging percentage in a 4-1 week. He was 5-for-6 with three runs, three RBIs, a double and a triple in a sweep of Albertus Magnus.

Sam Murray (Saint Joseph’s College), baseball pitcher, pitched a shutout with four strikeouts while allowing three hits in a 4-0 win over Albertus Magnus on Sunday.

Mike Pratt (Saint Joseph’s College), baseball rookie, hit .455 with an .818 slugging percentage last week. He went 2-for-3 with a three-run home run against Thomas on Tuesday. He also was 2-for-4 against Southern Maine on Thursday.

New England Women’s and Men’s Athletic Conference
James Little
(Wheaton College from Mount Desert), men’s tennis doubles, Little and teammate Gregory Poulin were named top doubles tandem.

America East Conference
Jesse Labreck
(University of Maine sophomore from Oakland), women’s track and field, won the Holy Cross Heptathlon in her first career heptathlon, setting a school record with 4,922 points and qualifying for the ECAC Championships.

Jamie Ruginski (University of Maine freshman from Buxton), men’s track and field, won the long jump with a leap of 22 feet, 7¼ inches and the triple jump (46-11½) at the Holy Cross Quad Meet.

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