Husson, Thomas split NAC softball doubleheader

Posted April 22, 2011, at 10:07 p.m.

BANGOR — Samantha Moore and Kaymala Eells hit run-scoring singles during a four-run eighth inning that lifted Thomas College of Waterville to a 6-3 victory over Husson University and a split of Friday’s North Atlantic Conference softball doubleheader.

The Eagles won the first game 8-2.

In the nightcap, Mallorie Blakney singled three times to pace Thomas College of Waterville. Moore added another single and an RBI and Eells finished with two singles behind Jordan Kennedy, who allowed only one hit.

Courtney Hill singled to lead off the bottom of the first for Husson.

In the opener, Dorothy Cameron doubled and singled with two RBIs to lead the Eagles. Dorothy Cameron singled twice and knocked in two runs behind winning pitcher Rebecca McCarty. Hill singled twice with an RBI.

Lindsay Fry singled twice and Moore belted a two-run homer for Thomas.

(First Game)

Thomas 000 200 0 — 2 6 3

Husson 030 023 x — 8 10 1

Pavento and Moore; McCarty, Lyon (7) and Risser

(Second Game)

Thomas (18-10) 101 000 04 — 6 8 2

Husson (15-15) 101 000 01 — 3 1 4

Kennedy and Loubier; Naegelin, Lyon (8) and Sousa, Risser (8)

MMA sweeps UM-Farmington

At Castine, Casey McCloskey pitched a three-hit shutout in power Maine Maritime Academy to a 3-0 win over the University of Maine at Farmington in Friday’s second game.

The Mariners also won the first game 5-3.

In the first game, Mallery Stanley hit two doubles and drove in a run for the Mariners. Megan Russell scored twice and Erica Taylor doubled and recorded nine strikeouts while allowing one earned run.

Shannon Mitchell doubled with an RBI and Kaitlyn Bartlett had a singled and an RBI.

In the second game, MMA’s McCloskey walked one and struck out six. Brittany Hunt had two singles and two RBIs and Russell singled twice.

Samantha Morency doubled for the Beavers.

(First Game)

UM-Farmington 000 003 0 — 3 3 2

Maine Maritime 210 020 x — 5 6 2

Vaillancourt and Donnell, Mull (7); Taylor and Jackson

(Second Game)

UM-Farmington (9-15) 000 000 0 — 0 3 2

Maine Maritime (17-6) 120 000 x — 3 6 0

Vaillancourt and Donnell, Sargent (7); McCloskey and Jackson

Bowdoin 4, Bates 1

At Lewiston, Carey Correa homered twice and singled in leading Bowdoin College of Brunswick past Bates College.

Gen Barlow doubled and drove in a run for Bowdoin. Melissa DellaTorre allowed one run, four hits and a walk while striking out eight.

Anna Marie Martino singled twice to lead Bates.

Bowdoin (18-14) 030 000 1 — 4 5 1

Bates (7-10) 010 000 0 — 1 4 1

DellaTorre and Correa; Gattuso and Martino

USM, Keene State split

At Gorham, Katie Davis hit a sacrifice fly in the first , a three-run homer in the third and an RBI single in the fourth to lead the University of Southern Maine past Keene State College 6-3 in the opener.

Keene State took the second game 13-2.

In the first game, Stefanie Stockwell singled three times and scored two runs for the Huskies. Sarah Deroche tripled and scored.

Laura Chandler homered and singled for Keene State.

In the second game, Kayla Joyce had two home runs and four RBIs for Keene State.

Rachel Del Camp homered with two RBIs and Kayla Kennedy doubled and scored for the Huskies.

(First Game)

Keene State 101 000 1 — 3 7 0

Southern Maine 104 100 x — 6 10 2

Albin, Savoie (4) and Bergan; Deroche and Caiazzo

(Second Game)

Keene State (25-8-1) 000 526 — 13 12 0

Southern Maine (4-30) 002 000 — 2 5 4

Stocklinski and Dupuis; Morse, Deroche (5) and Davis

St. Joseph’s sweeps Lasell

At Standish, Maddie Kluna tossed a six-inning perfect game with four strikeouts in leading Saint Joseph’s College to an 8-0 win over Lasell College in the first game.

The Monks also won the second game 5-0.

In the first game, Danyelle Shufelt had a double, three singles and scored two runs for the Monks. Alyssa Dunn had two singles with an RBI, Emily Leverone doubled with two RBIs and Maria Labbe hit two singles and scored two runs.

In the second game, Rae-Marie Copan earned the shutout, yielding three hits and no walks while striking out three for Saint Joseph’s. Connie Grovo singled with two RBIs, Shufelt had two singles and two runs while Leverone, Jill Howard and Lindsay Moore each had two singles and an RBI.

Kirsten Mammola doubled to lead Lasell.

(First Game)

Lasell 000 000 — 0 0 0

St. Joseph’s 200 411 — 8 15 0

Bermudez and Silvia; Kluna and Labbe;

(Second Game)

Lasell (9-27) 000 000 0 — 0 3 0

St. Joseph’s (27-7) 200 003 x — 5 11 0

Saluti and Silvia; Copan and Howard

 

Baseball

SUNY Canton sweeps UMPI

At Canton, N.Y., Casey Floyd pitched a three-hit shutout in the third game, helping SUNY Canton secure a 6-0 victory and a sweep of their tripleheader against the University of Maine-Presque Isle.

The hosts won the opener 8-4 and took the second game 5-2.

In the finale, Floyd struck out four and walked two. Thomas Fearon doubled and single and Jeff Lake singled with two RBIs for the winners.

Ted Walker, Alex Csiernik and Stephen Thorne singled for the Owls.

In Game 1, SUNY Canton scored four runs in the first and third innings en route to victory. Tom Darling hit a three-run home run and Danny Perez singled with two RBIs.

Walker doubled and hit two singles to pace UMPI. Carlos Villoria singled twice and knocked in two runs, while Cam Morrell doubled twice and Csiernik doubled and singled.

In Game 2, Tyler Durward fired a three-hitter for the hosts. Evan Hammond singled twice and knocked in three runs.

Corey Harding and Seth Cote singled and scored for UMPI.

(First Game)

UMPI 001 001 2 — 4 9 4

SUNY Canton 404 000 x — 8 7 1

Batchelder, Brown (6) and Harding, Thompson; Floyd and Kushner

(Second Game)

UMPI 002 000 0 — 2 3 4

SUNY Canton 100 040 x — 5 4 2

Worster, Thompson (5), Thorne (6) and Molloy; Durward and Tsiaras

(Third Game)

UMPI (6-25) 000 000 0 — 0 3 1

SUNY Canton (7-27) 113 001 x — 6 9 1

Perry, Brown (4) and Csiernik; Dillon and Darling

Bowdoin 12, Colby 1

At Brunswick, Brett Gorman hit three home runs and a double with six RBIs to propel Bowdoin College past Colby College of Waterville.

Dan Hicks doubled with two singles for Bowdoin and Adam Marquit singled three times behind winning pitcher Christian Martin, who pitched six shutout innings with two hits and eight strikeouts.

Richard Newton had two singles for Colby.

Colby 000 000 100 — 1 3 3

Bowdoin 012 231 30x — 12 13 1

Sullivan, Geoghegan (5), Ladd (5), Collins (7) and Gallagher; Martin, McDonough (7), Levine (8), Loughlin (9) and Findley

St. Joseph’s 8, Daniel Webster 6

At Standish, Alex Lorenc knocked in three runs with two singles to lift the Monks to victory.

Mike Pratt doubled and singled with an RBI and Dan Achorn singled twice (RBI) to support relief winner Joe Gruntkosky. Andrew Devereaux pitched two scoreless innings to earn the save.

Bruce Brown led Daniel Webster with a double, two singles and two RBIs. Elliot Kilgore doubled and singled and Rich Lizotte singled twice.

Daniel Webster (16-10) 010 500 000 — 6 13 5

St. Joseph’s (23-11) 400 030 10x — 8 11 1

LeLievre, Lizotte (3), Kiro (4) and McKenzie; Murray, Gruntkosky (4), Devereaux (8) and Brown

Trinity 7, Bates 3

At Lewiston, Joe Papa hit a double, three singles and scored three runs as Trinity College of Hartford, Conn., beat Bates College.

Mark Young doubled and drove in two runs for Trinity.

Ryan Sonberg led the Bobcats with three singles, an RBI and a run. Pat Murphy singled with two RBIs, Gordy Webb doubled and Paul Chiampa recorded nine strikeouts.

Trinity (14-13) 000 201 022 — 7 9 1

Bates (10-13) 000 000 003 — 3 8 3

Donovan, Goldberg (7) and Auger; Chiampa, Baroni (9) and Simon

 

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