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April 11-12 Scores and Highlights



Saturday’s Results

Bowdoin 3-13, Colby 2-0

Saint Joseph’s 3-7, Norwich 2-1

Southern Maine 11-12, Keene State 7-0

Trinity 21-14, Bates 3-2

Saturday’s Postponements

Maine at Hartford (2), Mon., 1 p.m.

Sunday’s Results

Maine 2-6, Hartford 1-7 (2nd game, 11 inns.)


Saturday’s Results

Husson 2-8, Thomas 1-7

Maine 5-9, Binghamton 3-0

Saint Joseph’s 9-1, Suffolk 6-7

Southern Maine 8-10, UMass Dartmouth 7-0

Tufts 11, Colby 3

UM-Farmington 6-12, Maine Maritime 0-3

Sunday’s Results

Maine 12, Hartford 0


Saturday’s Results

Conn. College 14, Colby 8

Husson 26, Green Mountain 5

Saint Joseph’s 16, Lyndon State 5

Trinity 11, Bates 6

UMass Dartmouth 9, Southern Maine 7

Western New England 18, U-New England 3


Saturday’s Results

Colby 16, Conn. College 8

Saint Joseph’s 16, Lyndon State 5

Trinity 13, Bates 5

UMass Dartmouth 12, Southern Maine 8

Western New England 12, U-New England 10


Saturday’s Postponements

Southern Maine at Rhode Island College




Saint Joseph’s sweeps Norwich

At Standish on Saturday, junior righthander Pat Moran of Winterport improved his record to 5-0 with a complete-game pitching effort as Saint Jo-seph’s defeated Norwich 3-2 in the first game of a doubleheader. Moran also hit a three-run home run in the second game as the Monks completed the sweep with a 7-1 victory. In the first game, Moran allowed just three hits while striking out 12 and walking no one. The Hampden Academy graduate threw just 80 pitches, 62 for strikes. Michael Burdin and Travis Adams each had an RBI single during a three-run rally by the Monks in the sixth inning. In the second game, Burdin and Eric LaBatte also homered in support of lefthander Andrew Kierstead, who allowed one earned run over six innings before giving way to Andy Pooler, who worked a scoreless seventh.

Trinity sweeps Bates

At Lewiston, nationally ranked Trinity College earned a 21-3, 14-2 doubleheader sweep of Bates Col-lege on Saturday. In the first game, Ryan Piacentini hit two of Trinity’s five home runs in the game, while Sean Kileen had four hits, including a home run, and five RBIs. Chris Burke led Bates with two hits. In the second game, Piacentini had three hits, three RBIs and three runs scored for the Bantams (18-3), while Killeen hit his second home run of the day. Burke and Rich Velotta each had two hits for Bates, while Bangor’s Alex Gallant pitched two scoreless innings of relief for the Bobcats (7-13).

Southern Maine sweeps Keene State

At Gorham on Saturday, Anthony D’Alfonso had five hits — including two home runs — and six RBIs to lead the University of Southern Maine to an 11-7, 12-0 doubleheader sweep of Keene (N.H.) State (13-10). In the first game, D’Alfonso hit a home run, double and single with three runs scored as USM scored six runs in the eighth inning to rally for the win. Collin Henry of Penobscot had an RBI single to highlight the go-ahead rally. In the second game, Henry pitched a seven-hit shutout for his first win of the season. The lefthander struck out two batters and walked no one. D’Alfonso, Chris Burleson and Mike Eaton each homered for the eighth-ranked Huskies (20-3), while Henry added two hits.

Bowdoin sweeps Colby

At Waterville, Bowdoin College of Brunswick earned a 3-2, 13-0 doubleheader sweep of rival Colby on Saturday. In the first game, Carter Butland pitched a complete-game four-hitter, while Dan Hicks hit a two-run homer for the Polar Bears. Ryan Conlon scored both runs for Colby, with Chris Murdock and John Lerner hitting RBI singles. Colby pitchers Dom Morrill and Will Hartigan combined to allow just three hits. In the second game, Brendan Garner had a two-run single in the first inning to spark Bowdoin to an early lead. Joe Berte had three RBIs for Bowdoin, while Kevin Zikaras had three singles and scored three runs. Reid Auger doubled for Colby.


Maine sweeps Binghamton

At Vestal, N.Y., senior pitcher Jenna Balent no-hit Binghamton Sunday for her second victory of the weekend as the Bears (26-8) beat Binghamton (5-26) 12-0 and swept the weekend series. Sunday’s win was Balent’s fourth straight shutout. She has pitched 26 innings in that span, allowing just nine hits and striking out 26. Alexis Souhlaris hit a two-run home run for the Bears in the fifth inning and they came back with nine more runs the next inning when Terren Hall had an RBI double and three-run home run. On Saturday, Balent pitched a two-hit shutout with six strikeouts to lead Maine by Binghamton 9-0 in the second game of a doubleheader. The Black Bears won the first game 5-3. In the opener, Hall hit a two-run home run in the sixth inning to spark Maine. Courtney Gingrich hit a solo home run and Souhlaris and Ashley Waters each doubled. Deannie Plemon had two hits and an RBI to pace Binghamton. In the nightcap, Stephanie George led the Black Bears with two doubles, two singles and three RBIs. Kristen Calvetti posted two singles and a double while Souhlaris doubled and singled with an RBI. Waters and Hall added two singles apiece.

Southern Maine sweeps UMass Dartmouth

At Gorham, Lauren DiCecco drove in the game-winning run in the bottom of the 12th inning to give the University of Southern Maine an 8-7 win over the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth in the first game of a doubleheader on Saturday. The Huskies finished the sweep with a 10-0 win in the second game. In the first game, Anita Dixon hit two triples and drove in four runs to lead Southern Maine. Sarah Cusack had a triple and two singles and Laura Leger and Cerise Humphrey each hit two singles. Desiree Sousa and Michelle Conway had three hits apiece to pace UMass Dartmouth. In the second game, Sarah Deroche tossed a one-hitter with five strikeouts to earn the win for the Huskies. Anita Dixon hit a single and a two-run home run for UMass Dartmouth.

Tufts 11, Colby 3

At Waterville, Tufts University (24-0) scored eight runs in the fourth inning en route to victory over Colby Saturday. Alyssa Lepore, Christine Gillespie and Tory Starr each hit a double for Colby (11-7).

Saint Joseph’s, Suffolk split

At Standish, Emily Leverone was 4-for-6 with two home runs and four RBIs as Saint Joseph’s College split a Saturday doubleheader with Suffolk. The Monks won the first game 9-6 and dropped the second game 7-1. In the first game, Alysn Ludwig and Liz Jordan each had three hits for Saint Joseph’s. Liddy van der Linden doubled and singled while Anna Willis had two singles and two RBIs. Marie Trainor posted four hits and an RBI to pace Suffolk. In the second game, Cali Loura had three hits and drove in three runs to lead Suffolk (14-13). Leverone hit a solo home run for the Monks (18-10).

UM-Farmington sweeps MMA

At Castine, the University of Maine-Farmington swept a doubleheader with Maine Maritime Academy on Saturday. The Beavers won the first game 6-0 and the second game 12-3. In the first game, Liz Bergeron pitched a one-hit shutout with seven strikeouts to earn the win for UMF. Sam Morency drove in five runs while Kasey McPhail added two hits. Megan Russell had a bunt single for Maine Maritime. In the second game, McKell Barnes and Shannon Mitchell each had three hits and two RBIs to lead the 3-5 Beavers. Kayla Higgins hit two home runs with three RBIs to pace the 2-11 Mariners.

Husson sweeps Thomas

At Bangor, Dorothy Cameron went 5-for-7 as Hus-son University swept a doubleheader with Thomas College on Saturday. The Eagles took the first game 2-1 and the second game 8-7. In the first game, Nicole Sargent pitched a complete game giving up one run on four hits to earn the win. Cameron hit a triple and a single and Megan Bradstreet added an RBI double for Husson. Brittany Morin hit an RBI single for Thomas. In the second game, Sarah Risser and Sargent each recorded a home run and two RBIs for the Eagles (9-11). Cassie Berry and Bradstreet each had two hits and an RBI. Kaymala Eells tallied three hits and an RBI to pace the Terriers (5-11).


Mount Ida 18, Maine Maritime 4

At Newton Centre, Mass., Matthew Savage scored five goals as Mount Ida College rolled past Maine Maritime Academy. Justin Famiglietti and Matt Vernik combined to make eight saves for the 4-1 Mustangs. Brian Corain, Christopher Keiley, Phillip McNerney and Ryan Williams each scored a goal and Daniel Redmond stopped 14 shots for 5-2 Maine Maritime of Castine.

Husson 26, Green Mountain 5

At Bangor, Ben Landry scored seven goals and had one assist to power Husson University by Green Mountain College on Saturday. Nick Brown and Kyle Dwyer each tallied four goals and three assists. Sam Smith and Anthony Diaz scored three goals apiece while Ryan Lapham added two. Matt Linnell made 10 saves for the 4-5 Eagles. Keith Drinkwine stopped 15 shots for 1-8 Green Mountain.


UM-Farmington 12, Husson 9

At Farmington, the University of Maine-Farmington collected its first ever women’s lacrosse victory with a win over Husson University on Saturday. Amie Daniels, Kara Hudson and Lucy Sar-gent scored three goals apiece while Ashley Wentworth, Kaeleigh Barker and Marilyn Grabowski each added a goal for the 1-4 Beavers. Andrea Knox stopped 20 shots to earn the win. Shelby Bradford led Husson with five goals while Jami Ladd and Alex Huffman each scored two. Stephanie Perry made seven saves for the 3-4 Eagles.



At Amherst, Mass.

UMass Invitational

Maine women 178.5, Massachusetts 140.5, Boston College 130, Williams 96, Hartford 49, Central Connecticut 42, Westfield State 32, Amherst 17, Trinity 17, Quinnipiac 13

UMaine results, Shot Put: 3. Maegan Burke, 39-04.50. Javelin: 1. Jessica Bond, 132-04. 2. Alli Krous, 123-00. 9. Rossi Brown, 99-07. Long Jump: 2. Jesse Labreck, 18-02.50. 6. Tanya Simard, 16-07. 12. Lital Pilosof, 15-05. 17. Angela Stakus, 14-05.25. Pole Vault: 4. Heather Jackson, 9-00.25. Hammer: 4. Sarah Hodgins, 137-04. 8. Sydni Levalley, 115-08. Triple Jump: 1. Jesse Labreck, 38-03.25. High Jump: 1. Katherine McGeoghan, 5-03. Discus: 8. Katelyn Straw, 89-03. 11. Katy Grime, 79-10. 4×100 Relay: 1. Maine, 47.35. 1,500: 3. Corey Conner, 4:36.06. 7. Stephanie Jette, 4:45.66. 10. Brenna Walsh, 4:51.52. 12. Hilary Maxim, 4:52.32. 21. Sabrina Petri, 5:02.34. 400: 1. Vicki Tolton, 54.10. 3. Lindsay Burlock, 57.84. 8. Kelsey Biliouris, 1:01.67. 10. Jennifer Pierpont, 1:02.22. 11. Elsie Mason, 1:02.87. 100: 1. Allyson Howatt, 12.53. 3. Jillian O’Brien, 13.05. 5. Shaniqua Burgess, 13.13. 100 Hurdles: 1. Jesse Labreck, 14.82. 4. Katherine McGeoghan, 16.82. 800: 2. Vanessa Letourneau, 2:16.04. 23. Jennifer Lucy, 2:24.61. 31. Lital Pilosof, 2:35.36. 41. Angela Stakus, 2:46.93. 200: 1. Allyson Howatt, 25.36. 4. Shaniqua Burgess, 26.53. 10. Jennifer Pierpont, 27.58. 25. Katherine McGeoghan, 29.56. 5,000: 4. Jordan Daniel, 17:51.66. 5. Allison Conner, 17:53.23. 22. Cynthia Hunter, 19:22.04. 26. Marybeth Kelson, 19:55.00. 4×400 Relay: 1. Maine, 3:53.35.

Massachusetts men 186, Central Connecticut 113, Williams 107, Maine 92, Westfield State 76, Trinity 62, Hartford 41, Boston College 40, Amherst 35, Quinnipiac 3

UMaine results, Shot Put: 2. Donald Clark, 44-06. Javelin: 3. Dan Poirier, 175-01. Long Jump: 6. Trevor England, 20-07.75. 7. Andrew Horner, 20-07.75. 8. Brian Martel, 20-05. Pole Vault: 3. James Berry, 14-09. Hammer: Connor Tarr, 141-00. Triple Jump: 2. Trevor England, 43-09.25. Discus: 6. Connor Tarr, 117-01. 15. Brian Martel, 77-02. Steeplechase: 2. Miles Bartlett, 9:25.68. 1,500: 1. Riley Masters, 3:54.04. 25. Brendan Carr, 4:13.69. 400: 3. Travis Cook, 50.00. 18. Kurt Thibeault, 52.20. 31. Zachary Jordan, 53.71. 100: 1. Jhamal Fluellen, 11.17. 9. Andrew Horner, 11.91. 110 Hurdles: 8. Brian Martel, 17.50. 800: 5. Dan Voner, 1:57.10. 33. Patrick McMahon, 2:06.09. 41. Steven Morissette, 2:09.07. 400 Hurdles: 7. Jeremy Woods, 58.13. 5,000: 10. Christopher Harmon, 15:23.79. 12. David Englehutt, 15:40.52. 4×400 Relay: 5. Maine, 3:24.28. 10,000: 5. Corey Bean, 31:55.51.

At Waterville

Bates men 227, MIT 215, Southern Maine 210, Colby 51

MIT women 161, Colby 154, Bates 105



Hampden-Newburgh Rosters

Dirigo: Kai Dunn, Casey Sudbeck, Logan Walton, Tyler White

Dysarts: Dakota Brooks, Patrick DeArmott, Nicholas Hopper, Griffin Nye

F.A. Peabody: Will Barteaux, Noah Dery, Andrew Gendreau, Joshua Lane

HRH: Dante Bowden, Tyler Hewey, Michael Labun, Kohl Ross

Kiwanis: Zakari Charette, Lucas Ferreira, Alexander Karris, Brandon McIntyre, Jacob SeeHusen, Riley Sherman, Cole Tweedie

Verizon: Dylan Frost, Joshua Grover, Bradley Guerrette, Tyler Jenkins, Cameron Prescott

Winterport Rosters

Major Blue: Spencer Belyea, Austin McLean, Nathan Burns, Culley Wilson-Ayer, Conrad Barberi, Tommy Farrar, Colby Trask, Austin Hershell, Logan Kenney, Marshall Desjardins, Derick Ginn, Holden Dudley, Alex McKenney

Major Green: Caleb Lord, Tanner Bisbee, Anthony Howard, Kyle Worcester, Jake Black, Brandon Smith, Maxwell Thomas, Dylan Dodge Hafford, Ben Sibley, Nate Flewelling, Sage Harriman, Logan Dodge Hafford, Brandon Pelletier

Minor Dark Blue: Trey Brown, Dylan Dinardo, Tessa Dinardo, Michael Kervin, Andy Farnham, Tait McKay, Lucas Trask, Devon Downs, Alec Alain, Jonah Clark, Jacob Higham, Cassidy Tucker, David Lancaster, Cody Fox

Minor Light Blue: Wyatt Harriman, Wyatt Lord, Evan Thomas, Taylor Hamm, Brandon Sanipas, Andrew Pinkos, Eli Crandall, Kenny Frazee, Jacob Luce, Ryan Cyr, Ethan Quimby, Their Giardi, Danial Trojeki, Jeff Ackerson

Minor Green: Bringham Mitchell, Alex Pease, Kurt Speed, Mathew Palmer, Brandon Lahaye, Jay Hatch, Connor O’Kendley, Erin Mitchell, Alex Knupp, Kole Marquis, Joshua Stebbins, Alec Marquis, Courtney Hill, Justin Hatch, Austin Mace


Hampden-Newburgh Rosters

Dirigo: Christian Baines, Eiji Frey, Zachary Frisch, Jarod Grodewald, Nicholas Hashey, Tyler Hashey, Zachary Perry, Thomas Raye, Nicholas Robidoux, Evan Seguin, Michael Veneziano, Tyler Wheaton, Connor Wiercinski

Joe Bornstein: Alexander Charette, Jacob Cyr, Nickolas DeArmott, Zachariah Field, Zachary Flannery, Cameron Lynds, Maxx Meether, Daryn Morris, Drew Neal, Samuel Pease, Connor Roy, Ryan Walker, Samuel Walker

Sargent Corp: Dalton Adams, Michael Austin, Nicholas Bean, Zachary Chasse, Tanner Dunham, Andrew Gatlin, Noah Larson, Aubra Linn, Dylan Noyes, Joshua Redmond, Samuel Sargent, Brendan Simon, Dylan Stanley, William Webb

Edward Jones: Chase Brock, Benjamin Chasse, Benjamin Dunroe, Christian Forsman, William Hodgdon, Ian McIntyre, Ellict Mulford-Layne, Jacob Peekham, Michael Raye, Grady Thompson, Kory Winch

Rotary: Aidan Babbitt, Derek Gendreau, Chase Hathom, Cameron Labree, Nicholas Lorenzo, Cameron Maddocks, Alexander Mahoney, Lucas Pease, Alex Ross, Zeb Sanborn, Eric Smith

Snowman Printing: Samuel Economy, Adie Hughes, Jarrett Jones, Sean Jordan, Luke Kelley, Cooper Leland, Kent Oliver, Rece Poulin, Elliot Small, Jackson Thayer, Colby Walton

VFW: Devon Archer, Cameron Boyington, Robert Buzzini, Jacob Johnson, Elise Linn, Anthony Meo, Gavin Partridge, Jonah Roberts, C.J. Upham, Michael Wentworth



At Hampden

Century: Paul Brown/Rick O’Donald 1:01.46, Bob Martin/Richie Bartlett 1:11.28; K1 Long: Ryan Linehan 54:30, Colin McGoven 1:00.20; K1 Short: Lauren Ostis 1:09.53; K1 Short Exp.: Matt Leland 1:04.19, John Carter 1:07.21; OC1: Clayton Cole 1:00.41; Angus Deighan 1:08.08; OC1 Rec. Exp.: Bob Mitchell 1:31.34, Dan Merrill 1:45.06, Greg Shute 1:45.06; OC2 College: Jason Cross/Dan Flammini 1:20.58; OC2 Med: Andrew Deighan/Bill Deighan 1:00.06, Mark Ranco/Chris Francis 1:05.06, Caleb Easton/Mike Erskine 1:14.04; OC2 Mix Rec. Exp.: Laurie Stearns/David Stearns 1:04.07; OC2 Short Rec.: Spencer Meyer/Aron Weiskittel 1:40.41; OC2M Med. Rec.: Drew Pickering/Joseph Cousins 1:01.50, Gary Martin/Matthew Morin 1:05:17, Jeff Wahlstrom/Brad Coffey 1:16.33, Brian Walls/Josh Still 1:23.12; OC2M Rec. Exp.: J.D. Burke/Matt Dingle 55.06, Jeff Owen/Justin Wardwell 55.19, Dan Wagner/Aaron Cross 56.32, Brian Kelley/Dick Kelley 1:00.10, Graham Clark/Shane Whitcomb 1:23.26, Nathan Cousineau/Peter Hastings 1:39.09; SC OC2 High School: Karl Koehler/Paul Robinson 48:19, Daniel Lesser/Ryan Vienneau 48:20, Michael Karrigan/Laurie Hamilton 48:55; SC OC2 Mix Rec.: Bob Miller/Sandra Mitchell 15:32; SC OC2 Med. Exp.: Dick Storch/Bucky Owen 48:45


At Hampden

MACKRO State Championships

Century: Paul Brown/Rick O’Donald 13:32; K-Short Exp. Rec.: Matt Leland 12:15; OC1: David Stearns 13:20, Clayton Cole 13:35, Bill Deighan 14:54; OC1 College: Jon Moore 20:58; OC1 Rec. Exp.: Jeff Owen 12:24, Bob Mitchell 23:30; OC2 Mix Rec. Exp.: Laurie Stearns/Clayton Cole 12:40, Leslie Winchester/Matt Dingle 14:55; OC2 Women Rec. Exp.: Laurie Stearns/Leslie Winchester 14:01; OC2M Med.: Gary Brooks/Jeff Owen 12:42; OC2M Med Rec. Exp.: Matt Dingle/J.D. Burke 13:42, Brian Kelley/Dick Kelley 14:57, Brent Chasse/John Cangelosi 31:10


At Winterport

Century: Rick O’Donald/Paul Brown 53:06; K1L: Ryan Linehan 47:53; K1 Short: Hunter Wilbur 51:53; OC1 Rec.: Greg Shute 59:16, Bob Mitchell 1:04:46, Dan Merrill 1:05:04, Kelsey Sullivan 1:10:06; OC2 College: Dan Flammini/Jason Cross 56:23; OC2 Mix: Terry Wescott/Sandra Mitchell 58:23; OC2 Short: Brian Battista/John Bragdon 59:53; OC2 Women Exp.: Tammy Kelley/Laurie Stearns 55:40; OC2 Jr/Sr Rec.: Brady Osnoe/Tom Moriarty 1:19:00, William/Jim Nichols 1:31:12; OC2M Med.: Caleb Easton/Mike Erskine 55:36; OC2M Med. Rec.: Kraig/Erik Worster 1:08:24; OC2M Med. Rec. Exp.: Matt Dingle/J.D. Burke 49:44, Clayton Cole/Justin Wardwell 50:13, Bill Deighan/Dan Wagner 50:40, Graham Clark/Shane Whitcomb 56:15, Josh Donovan/Josh Stoli 1:02:30; SC OC1 Rac.: Jeff Owen 53:35; SC OC1 Rec.: Chris Dalton 48:46; SC OC2 College: Rylee Rawcliffe/Michael Jenkins 1:09:13; SC OC2 High School: Paul Robinson/Michael Kerrigan 53:29; SC OC2 Jr/Sr Rec. Exp.: Davis/Rudy Rawcliffe 43:30


At Winterport

OC1 College: Jon Moore 7:31; OC1 Rac.: Jeff Owen 5:08, Clayton Cole 5:32, Bill Deighan 5:58; OC1 Rec.: Terry Wescott 6:27, Bob Mitchell 6:45; OC2 College: Dan Flammini/Jason Cross 6:00; OC2 Jr/Sr Rec. Exp.: Jeff Owen/Michael Kerrigan 6:00, Laurie Stearns/Paul Robinsin 6:16; OC2M Med. Rec. Exp.: Matt Dingle/J.D. Burke 5:26; OC2 Mix: Terry Wescott/Sandra Mitchell 5:55; OC2 Mix Rec.: Lori Perley/J.D. Burke 5:59; OC2 Mix. Rec. Exp.: Laurie Stearns/Justin Wardwell 5:44, Leslie Winchester/Clayton Cole 5:48, Bronwen Pierson/Justin Wardwell 5:51; OC2 Women Rec. Exp.: Leslie Winchester/Bronwen Piers 6:03; OC2M Med.: Caleb Easton/Mike Erskine 8:09

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