Bates 13, Wesleyan 5
Castleton State 6-11, Thomas 1-4
Lyndon State 5-5, UM-Farmington 10-4
Maine 6-7, UMBC 1-3
Saint Joseph’s 16-15, Emerson 8-0
Southern Maine 10-21, UMass Dartmouth 3-12
Trinity 19-18, Colby 1-8
Tufts 11-7, Bowdoin 9-13
Vermont Tech. 10-3, UM-Presque Isle 9-0
Castleton State 13-6, Thomas 0-5
Maine 11-5, UMBC 5-4
UM-Farmington 14-5, Lyndon State 3-3
UM-Presque Isle 8-13, Vermont Tech. 5-7
Saint Joseph’s 6-5, Suffolk 5-2
Southern Maine 8-18, Western Connecticut 2-6
Wesleyan 10-17, Bates 0-7
Castleton State 9-10, Maine Maritime 1-1
Colby 9-7, Trinity 8-0 (first game 12 inn.)
Eastern Connecticut 2-9, Southern Maine 0-0
Maine 1-3, Hartford 2-0
St. Joseph’s 15-8, Lasell 0-0
UM-Farmington 4-8, Johnson State 3-1
UM-Presque Isle 11-16, Vermont Tech. 1-1
U-New England 5-8, Anna Maria 2-1
Husson 7-9, Castleton State 5-1
Maine 4, Hartford 1
Maine Maritime 13-6, Green Mountain 3-6
St. Joseph’s 11-15, Albertus Magnus 0-4
UM-Presque Isle 11-14, Vermont Tech. 1-2
Western New England 6-8, U New England 2-2
Colby 10, Amherst 9
Johnson State 15, Saint Joseph’s 6
Mount Ida 24, Thomas 7
Southern Maine 9, Salem State 8 (2 OT)
Mount Ida 28, Saint Joseph’s 10
Colby 10, Amherst 9 (OT)
Eastern Conn. 15, Southern Maine 6
Husson 10, Green Mountain 5
Lasell 18, Saint Joseph’s 15
Mount Ida 20, Thomas 0
Roger Williams 21, U-New England 9
UM-Farmington 13, Daniel Webster 4
Bates 18, Southern Maine 5
Castleton State 22, Husson 12
Western Connecticut 6, Southern Maine 3
Bates 9, Hamilton 0
Bates 7, Hamilton 2
Saint Joseph’s wins four games
At Standish, Saint Joseph’s College won four GNAC games over the weekend, sweeping Emerson College 16-8 and 15-0 on Saturday and beating Suffolk 5-2 and 6-5 on Sunday to clinch the league regular-season title. In Saturday’s first game, Chris Campbell and Michael Burdin had three hits each to lead Saint Joseph’s. Wade Oliver tripled and singled with two RBIs while Ian Lee doubled and singled with four RBIs. Ben Grant-Roy doubled and singled with an RBI while Eric LaBatte hit a three-run home run. In Saturday’s second game, Lee posted three hits and three RBIs to spark the Monks. LaBatte had a home run, a double and four RBIs while Grant-Roy doubled and singled with two RBIs. Pat Moran added a home run and a double. In Sunday’s first game, Moran hit a home run in the bottom of the seventh inning to lift the Monks to victory. Moran also singled twice and Grant-Roy hit a homer and a double with two RBIs. In Sunday’s second game, Moran pitched a five-hitter and struck out nine to lead Saint Joseph’s. Oliver and Burdin posted two singles each.
UMF takes three from Castleton
At Lyndonville, Vt., the University of Maine-Farmington took three of four weekend games. The Beavers won Saturday’s opener 10-5 and Lyndon State took the second game 5-4. On Sunday, UMF pounded out 19 runs on 21 hits to sweep Lyndon State 14-3 and 5-3. In Saturday’s opener, Tyler Hanson drove in three runs to pace UMF, which scored five runs in the top of the seventh to rally for the win. Jack Macvane paced the uprising with a two-run single while Brian Jenkins singled three times. In Saturday’s second game, Jeremy Rochleau’s RBI single in the last of the ninth gave Lyndon State the win. Josh Garneau paced UMF with a single and two RBIs while Hanson doubled. In Sunday’s first game, Russ Schmelzer, Garneau and Kyle Shea drove in three runs apiece for UMF. Garneau and Shea doubled and singled while Schelzer singled twice. In the second game, Jenkins had a triple, two singles and three RBIs to power UMF. Craig Pendleton went the distance, surrendering three earned runs on seven hits.
Wesleyan sweeps Bates
At Lewiston Sunday, Wesleyan took a doubleheader from Bates, winning game one 10-0 and game two 17-7. In the first game, Dusty Mones pitched a two-hitter with four strikeouts while Jeff Bizinkauskas hit a two-run homer to back him. Rich Velotta and Kelvin Gutierrez singled for Bates. In the second game, Wesleyan plated six first-inning runs to pull away early while scoring twice more in the fifth and three in the sixth. Chris Burke hit a two-run homer to lead Bates.
Castleton sweeps Thomas
At Castleton, Vt., Thomas College of Waterville dropped four games to Castleton State over the weekend, 6-1 in the opener and 11-4 in the nightcap on Saturday. Castleton State finished off the four-game sweep, defeating Thomas 13-0 and 6-5 on Sunday. In Saturday’s first game, Tom Desjardins drove in Thomas’ lone run with an RBI single. Ken Cook struck out 12 in a complete-game effort for the Spartans. In the second game, Desjardins doubled in a run for Thomas, while Josh Nickerson later plated a run with a single. Castleton scored eight times in the fourth to pull away. In Sunday’s game one, Brandon Fay allowed just three hits in picking up the win for Castleton, which pounded out 15 hits and scored 12 times in the fourth. Josh Nickerson had two singles for Thomas. In game two, Tom Desjardins had an RBI groundout and Nick Schauwecker a two-run single in the seventh for Thomas, which came up one run short. The Terriers are now 3-23 while Castleton improves to 18-11.
USM sweeps UMass Dartmouth
At Gorham Saturday, Collin Henry of Penobscot went 6-for-9 with seven RBIs as Southern Maine swept UMass Dartmouth 10-3 and 21-12 for its 13th and 14th straight wins. In the first game, Henry went 3-for-4 with a double and three RBIs while Anthony D’Alfonso had two doubles, a single and two RBIs. In the second game, Ryan Pike’s two-run double and an RBI double from Andrew Stacy keyed a five-run fifth inning which put the Huskies ahead to stay. Henry contributed a sacrifice fly and a double while Ryan Gaffney hit a three-run homer. Chris Burleson added an RBI single for USM.
Southern Maine sweeps WCSU
At Danbury, Conn., the Huskies amassed 32 hits in sweeping a Sunday doubleheader from Western Connecticut. In the first game, Chris Burleson hit a double and a single with two RBIs to pace Southern Maine of Gorham. Ryan Gaffney homered and singled behind Collin Henry, who worked 6ª innings to earn the win. In the nightcap, Anthony D’Alfonso knocked in five runs with three singles in the Huskies’ victory. Josh Mackey doubled three times with three RBIs.
Trinity sweeps Colby
At Hartford, Conn., host Trinity piled up 37 hits while sweeping a NESCAC doubleheader from Colby College of Waterville on Saturday. The Bantams won the first game 19-1 and took the second game 18-8. In the opener, Kent Graham and Alex LiDonni knocked in four runs each as three pitchers scattered seven hits. Nick Ruocco hit an RBI single for Colby. In Game 2, Sean Killeen posted five RBIs and Kent Graham knocked in four for the winners. Kyle McKay doubled and singled with an RBI to lead the Mules.
Maine takes 2 of 3 from Hartford
At Orono, the University of Maine took two of three games from Hartford over the weekend. On Saturday, Maine split a doubleheader dropping the first game 2-1 and winning the second game 3-0. On Sunday, Maine won 4-1. In Saturday’s first game, Lauren Kamena had an RBI single to lead Hartford. Alexis Souhlaris had three hits while Terren Hall singled twice with an RBI. In Saturday’s second game, Jenna Balent pitched a five-hit shutout, her fifth straight shutout, and struck out 11 to earn the win for Maine. Kali Burnham hit an RBI double to spark the Black Bears. Ashley Waters and Hall each added an RBI single. In Sunday’s game, Kristen Calvetti drove in four runs on a single and home run for Maine. Hall added a double and a single. Balent pitched a two-hitter, allowing one run on two hits with 12 strikeouts.
Saint Joseph’s earns two sweeps
At Standish, host Saint Joseph’s College earned two weekend sweeps, shutting out Lasell College 15-0 and 8-0 Saturday, then downing Albertus Magnus 11-0 and 15-4 Sunday. In Saturday’s first game, Madylan Kluna pitched a five-inning no-hitter with eight strikeouts while Emily Leverone drove in three runs with a double and a triple. Liddy van der Linden added a two-run homer for the Monks. In Saturday’s second game, Ashley Geel doubled and tripled to knock in four runs to help the Monks earn the sweep. Leverone doubled and singled to drive in two while Brittany Worcester plated two with a single. In Sunday’s first game, Kiera Walsh tossed a three-hit shutout to lead the Monks. Alyssa Dunn had a double and two singles with three RBIs. Jillian Kimball tripled and doubled with three RBIs while Leverone doubled and singled with three RBIs. In the second game, Christy Wezowicz pitched a four-hit shutout for Saint Joseph’s. Leverone had two hits and two RBIs while Anna Willis posted two hits and an RBI. Katelyn Call added a two-run double.
UM-Farmington earns sweep
At Johnson, Vt., the Beavers rolled to a Saturday sweep of Johnson State, taking the first game 4-3 and the second 8-1. In the opener, Kasey McPhail’s RBI single keyed a two-run rally in the fifth inning that put UMaine-Farmington ahead to stay. Jessica Timmreck had five strikeouts in the last two innings to get the save. In the second game, McKell Barnes hit a two-run homer to pace the Beavers to the sweep. Barnes finished 4-for-4 with three runs scored while Cassandra Dyer tripled and singled to knock in two runs.
ECSU sweeps Southern Maine
At Willimantic, Conn. Saturday, the Southern Maine Huskies were blanked twice by Eastern Connecticut, 2-0 in the first game and 9-0 in the second. In the first game, Ashley Sullivan drove in two runs on a sac fly and RBI single while Molly Rathbun pitched a two-hitter. Alex Perdomo took the loss for the Huskies, allowing one earned run on four hits with five strikeouts. Lauren DiCecco doubled. In game two, Kim Church plated three runs while Katie Pensiero spun a five-inning three-hitter. Sarah Deroche absorbed nine runs on nine hits in taking the loss for USM while Anita Dixon doubled.
Colby sweeps Trinity
At Waterville, Alex Essman came home on a wild pitch as Colby took the first game of a Saturday doubleheader with Trinity 9-8 in 12 innings. The Mules won the second game 7-0. In the opener, Colby scored four times in the fifth and twice in the sixth to rally to tie it. Barbara Santos hit an RBI single in the fifth while Alyssa Lepore’s two-run homer tied the score at eight. In the second game, Brittany Tasi pitched a five-hitter while Lepore doubled and scored while hitting a two-run homer. Essman compiled four hits, including an RBI single in the fifth while Santos added another for Colby.
Castleton sweeps MMA
At Castleton, Vt. Saturday, Hilary Bemis drove in six runs and went 5-for-6 as Castleton State took a twinbill from Maine Maritime of Castine, 9-1 in the first game and 10-1 in the second, both five innings. In game one, Kayla Higgins’ solo homer was the only run the Mariners could muster against Bemis, who pitched a two-hitter with eight strikeouts. She added a two-run homer and two-run single. In game two, Castleton pushed across six first-inning runs to put this one away early. Tosha Whittemore struck out eight in the win for Castleton (11-9) while Bemis doubled, singled twice and drove in two runs. Nicole Poland singled and scored for 2-14 Maine Maritime.
Husson sweeps Castleton
At Castleton, Vt., Sunday, Husson University remained undefeated in the NAC by sweeping Castleton State 7-5 and 9-1. In the first game, Megan Bradstreet hit a solo homer and Nicole Sargent an RBI double to key a four-run fifth inning. Bradstreet finished 3-for-4 on the game while Megan Richards earned the complete-game victory for the Eagles. In the second game, Sargent’s solo homer in the first jumpstarted the Husson offense as it earned the sweep. Richards knocked a two-run homer for 15-11 Husson while Sarah Risser of Brewer and Caitlin LeBorgne connected for back-to-back solo shots.
Husson sweeps Green Mountain
At Poultney, Vt., on Saturday, Husson University pitching yielded two hits over 10 innings to sweep Green Mountain College. The Eagles won the first game 9-0 and the second 13-0. In the opener, Nicole Sargent gave up one hit, struck out eight and walked two to earn the win for Husson. Cassie Berry hit a three-run home run while Dorothy Cameron and Jamie Milton each scored two runs. In the nightcap, Caitlin LeBorgne tossed a one-hit shutout with eight strikeouts to lead the Eagles. Milton hit a two-run home run and an RBI single.
MMA gets split
At Poultney, Vt., Sunday, Maine Maritime of Castine earned a 13-3 five-inning win over Green Mountain in the first game while the hosts took the second 8-6. In game one, Mallory Stanley earned the win, scattering five hits in five innings. She aided her own cause with two hits, four runs scored and an RBI. The Mariners scored four times in the fourth and sixth in the fifth. In game two, Nicole Poland paced the 3-15 Mariners with two hits and three runs scored while Hannah Seamans was 3-for-4 with three RBIs in the loss. Green Mountain (8-14) scored eight times in the third, with Chanleigh Casey driving in two with a double.
UMPI wins four
At Randolph Center, Vt., the University of Maine at Presque Isle took four games from Vermont Tech over the weekend, winning 11-1 and 16-1 Saturday and 11-1 and 14-2 Sunday. In Saturday’s opener, Brittany Humphrey doubled, homered and singled to drive in three runs while Kathleen Higgins homered and singled for three RBIs for the Owls. Emily Moore contributed two doubles and a single (3 RBIs). In Saturday’s second game, Erica Davis went 3-for-4 with two homers and finished with three RBIs. Carolynn Tuck homered and singled twice for two RBIs. In Sunday’s first game, Humphrey doubled and homered to knock in three runs to lead the Owls. Higgins went 3-for-4 with an RBI while Emily Moore doubled and singled twice. In Sunday’s second game, Davis went 4-for-5 with two homers (3 RBIs) while Danielle Humphrey went 3-for-5 with an RBI.
Maine Maritime 13, Emerson 4
At Boston Saturday, Chris Keiley had four goals and two assists to lead Maine Maritime of Castine past Emerson. Brian Corain had three goals and four assists for the Mariners while Garret Lake added two goals and two assists. Dan Redmond saved five of 15 shots for 6-2 MMA. Phil Shore led 6-4 Emerson with a goal plus an assist. Patrick Curran made 13 saves on 36 shots.
Castleton 15, Husson 6
At Castleton, Vt., Castleton State scored seven unanswered goals in the third period Sunday en route to victory over Husson University. Kirk Bolduc and Michael Martinez scored two goals apiece to lead 8-4 Castleton. Mike Mamunes and David DeGhetto combined to make 10 saves. Anthony Diaz led 4-7 Husson with two goals while Sam Smith added one goal and two assists. Matt Linnell stopped 20 shots.
Husson 10, Green Mountain 5
At Poultney, Vt., Caitlin Ramsey netted three goals Saturday as Husson University of Bangor triumphed. Caitlyn Butterfield netted two goals while Shelby Bradford, Rebecca Hatin, Ashley Cyr and Kaylee Godan each had one for 5-4 Husson. Nikki Burns had four saves. Amanda Malkin scored four times for 5-4 Green Mountain. Kelsy Allan compiled 20 saves.
Castleton State 22, Husson 12
At Castleton, Vt., Marie VanDerKar scored seven goals while Nicole Adams tallied four more Sunday to lead Castleton State past Husson of Bangor. Stephanie Pearce had four goals for 10-1 Castleton. Shelby Bradford paced 5-5 Husson with five goals while Caitlyn Butterfield scored three and Caitlin Ramsey two.
UMF 13, Daniel Webster 4
At Nashua, N.H., Saturday, Amie Daniels had three goals to lead UMaine-Farmington past Daniel Webster. Kara Hudson, Kaeleigh Barker, Lucy Sargent and Marilyn Grabowski added two goals apiece for the 4-4 Beavers. Andrea Knox had seven saves. Natalie Bates and Caitlyn DiPierro netted two goals each for 1-7 Daniel Webster while Jenny Ozug had 25 saves.
TRACK AND FIELD
At Worcester, Mass.
Holy Cross Quad Meet
Holy Cross women 294, Maine 146, Hartford 97, Central Connecticut 67, Stonehill 59, American International 34, Bryant 23
Hammer: 4. Sarah Hodgins, 147-04. Long Jump: 12. Tanya Simard, 15-06.25. Pole Vault: 4. Heather Jackson, 9-00.25. 5. Sarah Lockhart, 8-00.50. Shot Put: 2. Maegan Burke, 39-07.25. 10. Rylee Rawcliffe, 33-07.25. Discus: 8. Katelyn Straw, 99-08. 10. Katy Grime, 93-02. Javelin: 1. Alli Krous, 128-03. 2. Jessica Bond, 121-07. 12. Rossi Brown, 93-10. 13. Rylee Rawcliffe, 92-10. 17. Lital Pilosof, 86-05. 19. Angela Stakus, 75-01. High Jump: 2. Katherine McGeoghan, 4-11.75. 11. Lital Pilosof, 4-07.75. 13. Angela Stakus, 4-06. 4×100 Relay: 2. Maine, 49.34. 1,500: 3. Jordan Daniel, 4:46.65. 5. Stephanie Jette, 4:51.26. 6. Allison Conner, 4:51.67. 7. Hilary Maxim, 4:53.20. 14. Sabrina Petri, 5:04.68. 100 Hurdles: 3. Katherine McGeoghan, 16.61. 5. Angela Stakus, 16.70. 15. Lital Pilosof, 18.19. 400: 1. Lindsay Burlock, 58.47. 4. Kelsey Biliouris, 1:00.92. 11. Elsie Mason, 1:02.60. 100: 7. Jennifer Pierpont, 13.22. 8. Jillian O’Brien, 13.28. 800: 1. Vanessa Letourneau, 2:14.66. 3. Jennifer Lucy, 2:20.32. 5. Jasmine Clark, 2:21.73. 200: 2. Lindsay Burlock, 26.14. 6. Kelsey Biliouris, 26.88. 9. Jennifer Pierpont, 27.44. 5,000: 1. Brenna Walsh, 18:10.48. 9. Cynthia Hunter, 19:41.87. 10. Marybeth Kelson, 19:47.62. 4×400 Relay: 3. Maine, 4:08.81.
Holy Cross men 148, Bryant 105, Central Connecticut 94, Maine 86, Colgate 80, American International 77, Stonehill 77, Hartford 60
Hammer: 3. Connor Tarr, 141-05. Long Jump: 5. Trevor England, 21-05.50. Pole Vault: 1. James Berry, 14-11. 3. Brian Martel, 11-05.75. Shot Put: 3. Donald Clark, 45-07.75. Triple Jump: 3. Trevor England, 44-06.75. Discus: 6. Connor Tarr, 117-08. Javelin: 7. Brian Martel, 158-10. High Jump: 7. Brian Martel, 5-08.75. 4×100 Relay: 2. Maine, 43.35. 1,500: 9. Brendan Carr, 4:09.51. 14. David Englehutt, 4:16.83. 400: 2. Travis Cook, 48.78. 10. Kurt Thibeault, 51.65. 13. Zachary Jordan, 52.65. 100: 2. Jhamal Fluellen, 11.23. 9. Andrew Horner, 11.77. 20. Brian Martel, 12.22. 800: 1. Daniel Voner, 1:54.88. 9. Miles Bartlett, 1:58.95. 19. Patrick McMahon, 2:05.04. 20. Stephen Morissette, 2:05.61. 400 Hurdles: 8. Jeremy Wood, 59.63. 5,000: 7. Miles Bartlett, 15:28.44. 9. Corey Bean, 15:31.78. 12. Noah Schoneberg, 15:38.16. 13. Christopher Harmon, 15:38.43. 15. David Currier, 15:53.24. 20. Spencer McElwain, 16:10.91. 22. Marc Halverson, 16:19.66. 26. Daniel Fitzsimmons, 16:37.20.
At Baton Rouge, La.
LSU Alumni Gold Meet
Men, 1,500: 1. Riley Masters, 3:48.52.
Women. 100 Hurdles: 8. Jesse Labreck, 14.37. 100: 19. Allyson Howatt, 12.28. 200: 10. Howatt, 24.99. Triple Jump: 10. Labreck, 37-10. 1,500: 1. Corey Conner, 4:35.35. 400: 5. Vicki Tolton, 53.79.
Maine Men’s Outdoor Championships
Bowdoin 230, Bates 206, Southern Maine 142, Colby 36
100: Justin Vigeant (USM) 11.10; 110 hurdles: Evan Davis (USM) 15.47; 200: Justin Vigeant (USM) 21.74; 400: Ryan Quinn (Bates) 49.74; 400 hurdles: Riker Wikoff (Bow) 55.23; 800: Thompson Ogilvie (Bow) 1:57.74; 1500: Tom Esponnette (Bates) 4:00.94; 5000: Tyler Jasud (USM) 15:27.71; 10,000: Sean Colligan (Bates) 33:47.3; 4×100 relay: Southern Maine 42.90; 4×400 relay: Southern Maine 3:23.94; high jump: Chris Martin (Bow) 6-3.25; pole vault: Orion Walker (USM) 14-9; long jump: Mattia Zagon (USM) 22-8; triple jump: A.J. Marden (USM) 43-10; discus: Rich McNeil (Bates) 146-3; hammer: Rich McNeil (Bates) 169-1; javelin: Nick Ianetta (Bow) 171-4; shot put: Rich McNeil (Bates) 50-0; 3000 steeplechase: Conor Welch (Bates) 9:35.58
At Bowdoin College, Brunswick
Bowdoin women 244, Bates 150, Colby 123, Southern Maine 91, Smith 59, Mount Holyoke 2
At Northport GC
Best Ball of Four
Gross: Jeffrey Dutch, Bob Delio, Peter Mahoney, Gil Cass 73, Terry Whitney, Harvey Peterson, Paul Doody, Peter Doran 73; net: Paul Jasienowski, Josh Nougaret, Mark Bradstreet, Don Pendergast 58, Jason Wilcox, Jesse Johnson, Cecil Eastman, John Fleming 60; A sweeps, gross: Terry Whitney 79, Jesse Johnson 84; net: Jeff Dutch 71, Larry Quinn 74; pins: No. 3 Terry Whitney 0-1, No. 9 Noah Goldstein 10-1, No. 18 Jesse Johnson 11-4; B sweeps, gross: Paul Doody 90, Cecil Eastman 92; net: Don Pendergast 68, Gil Cass 73; pins: No. 3 Don Pendergast 7-1, No. 12 Peter Mahoney 16-1, No. 18 Jim McDeoitt 5-1
At Rockport, Friday
Camden Hills girls 4, Lincoln Acad. 1
Singles: Julia Kosowsky (CH) def. Katie Williams 7-5, 6-2, Emma Blakeley (CH) def. Stephanie Winchenbach 6-4, 6-2, Aimee Keushguernan (LA) def. Sarah Albertson 6-3, 6-3; doubles: Katie Weiler-Kayla Hart (CH) def. Sara Balch-Ashley Hartford 6-3, 6-2, Jamie Burgess-Jessie Mathews (CH) def. Carly Erskine-Sarah Alley 2-6, 6-3, 9-7
43rd Kenduskeag Stream Race
Top 50: 1. Trevor Maclean (Dartmount, NS) 2:17:58, 2. Robert Lang (Rothesay, NB) 2:22:45, 3. Jeff Owen (Orono), Steve Woodward (Cumberland) 2:29:08, 4. Clayton Cole (Corinth), Paul Cole (Groveland, MA) 2:34:31, 5. John Cangelosi (Bangor), James Mabee (Bangor), Leslie Winchester Mabee (Bangor), Tammy Kelley (Lamoine), Bill Smith (Lamoine), Ander Thebaud (Mt. Desert) 2:36:05, 6. Aaron Cross (Norridgewock), JD Burke (Newburgh), Dan Wagner (Belfast), Paul Brown (Swanville), Matt Dingle (Carmel), Rick O’Donald (Newburgh), Justin Wardwell (Dedham) 2:37:18, 7. Bryan McCarthy (Hope) 2:37:32, 8. Ray Wirth (Belfast) 2:38:53, 9. Greg Mcmorrow (Thorndike), Colen Moore (Thorndike) 2:40:51, 10. Christopher Francis (Levant), Mark Ranco (Carmel) 2:42:31, 11. Tom Croncite (Etna), Peter Blood (Houlton) 2:44:15, 12. Gordon Warnica (Fallriver, NS), Allan Billard (Dartmount, NS) 2:45:50, 13. River Robertson (Bucksport), Ralph Robertson (Bucksport) 2:46:49, 14. Gary Martin (Hampden), Matt Morin (Orrington) 2:46:51, 15. Bill Anderson (Morrill), Ian Wilson (Winslow) 2:48:03, 16. Al Paradis (Pittsfield), Priscilla Reinertsen (Contoocook, NH) 2:48:35, 17. Robert Martin (Dedham), Richie Bartlett (Newburgh) 2:49:23, 18. Brian Battista (Parsonsfield), Fuzzy Thurston (Nine Mile Falls, WA) 2:49:55, 19. Shane Whitcomb (Swanville), Glanam Clark (Frankfort) 2:49:57, 20. Darren Gray (Riverview, NB), Bernie Levy (Sackville, NS) 2:51:19, 21. Max Tracy (Halifax, NS), Tim Farmer (Halifax, NS) 2:51:26, 22. Christopher Deane (Canaan), John Goulet (Bradford) 2:53:50, 23. Troy Giancis (Bangor), Sean Soucy (Bangor) 2:54:45, 24. Eric Taylor (Dedham), Jon Eames (Bangor) 2:54:55, 25. Dick Kelley (Brewer), Dan Kelley (Bucksport) 2:55:09, 26. J.T. Breindel (Dedham), Andy Frost (Brewer) 2:55:25, 27. Michael Sproul (Brownville), Mark West (Bowdoinham) 2:56:23, 28. Joseph Cousins (Old Town) 2:56:25, 29. Grad Coffey (Bangor), Jeff Wahlstrom (Bangor) 2:56:31, 30. Tyler Kelley (Carmel), Mike Kelley (Carmel) 2:56:43, 31. Michael Lockard (Bangor), Stephen Ortiz (Bangor) 2:557:13, 32. Bronwen Pierson (Bucksport), Greg Dorr (Bangor) 2:57:22, 33. Brad Krog (Bowdoin), Dawn Krog (Bowdoin) 2:57:39, 34. Randell Dixon (Clinton), Brant Winsor (Clinton) 2:57:51, 35. Robert Hessler (Ellsworth), John Hessler (Ellsworth) 2:58:03, 36. Bucky Owen (Orono), Dick Storch (Orono) 2:58:18, 37. Levi Lucy (Orono), Luke Sawyer (Orono) 2:59:09, 38. Bill Deighan (Newburgh), Patrick Farren (Marion, MA) 2:59:13, 39. Joe Dana (Indian Island) 2:59:13, 40. Jeremy McCormick (Bangor), Logan Feeney (Knox) 2:59:33, 41. Davin O’Connell (Lamoine), Brian O’Connell (Bar Harbor) 3:01:20, 42. Chris Shedd (Brewer), Brian Kelley (Brewer) 3:02:08, 43. Erik Poulin (Lewiston), Mike Pinkham (Auburn) 3:02:34, 44. Matt Leland (Bangor) 3:03:05, 45. Andrew Gilman (Danforth), Dave Conley (Weston) 3:03:39, 46. Larry Merrill (Orrington) 3:03:53, 47. David McIntyre (Newburgh), Terry Wescott (Thorndike) 3:04:35, 48. Dean Boudreau (Trenton), Mike Olson (Otter Creek) 3:04:35, 49. David Cassidy (Bangor), Daniel Cassidy (Bangor) 3:04:54, 50. Brian Foley (Orono) 3:05:39
Open class: 1. John Cangelosi (Bangor), James Mabee (Bangor), Leslie Winchester Mabee (Bangor), Tammy Kelley (Lamoine), Bill Smith (Lamoine), Ander Thebaud (Mt. Desert) 2:36:05, 2. Aaron Cross (Norridgewock), JD Burke (Newburgh), Dan Wagner (Belfast), Paul Brown (Swanville), Matt Dingle (Carmel), Rick O’Donald (Newburgh), Justin Wardwell (Dedham) 2:37:18, 3. Michael Lockard (Bangor), Stephen Ortiz (Bangor) 2:557:13; K1L: 1. Trevor Maclean (Dartmount, NS) 2:17:58, 2. Robert Lang (Rothesay, NB) 2:22:45, 3. Bryan McCarthy (Hope) 2:37:32; K1S: 1. Matt Leland (Bangor) 3:03:05, 2. Larry Merrill (Orrington) 3:03:53, 3. Brian Foley (Orono) 3:05:39; K1SW: 1. Holly Freeman (Hermon) 4:00:19, 2. Hope Duncanson (New Glouster) 4:00:20, 3. Mandy Shorey (Alton) 4:07:00; K1 Rec.: 1. Joseph Cousins (Old Town) 2:56:25, 2. Daniel Baumert (Levant) 3:08:10, 3. Joachim Hershbine (Exeter) 3:10:21; century: 1. Peter Blood (Houlton), Tom Croncite (Etna) 2:44:15, 2. Gordon Warnica (Fallriver, NS), Allan Billard (Dartmount, NS) 2:45:50, 3. Bill Anderson (Morrill), Ian Wilson (Winslow) 2:48:03; C1 canoe rec.: 1. Joe Dana (Indian Island) 2:59:13, 2. Bob Blair (Rowley, MA) 3:21:24, 3. Chris Neptune (Old Town) 3:29:30; C2 college rec.: 1. Levi Lucy (Orono), Luke Sawyer (Orono) 2:59:09, 2. Levi Guimond (Lincoln), Justin Soucy (Wallagrass) 3:06:13, 3. Jason Cross (Hampden), Dan Flammini (Winterport) 3:06:29; CS canoe rec.: 1. Brad Krog (Bowdoin), Dawn Krog (Bowdoin) 2:57:39, 2. Dean Boudreau (Trenton), Mike Olson (Otter Creek) 3:04:35, 3. David Cassidy (Bangor), Daniel Cassidy (Bangor) 3:04:54; C2M canoe rec.: 1. Christopher Francis (Levant), Mark Ranco (Carmel) 2:42:31, 2. Shane Whitcomb (Swanville), Glanam Clark (Frankfort) 2:49:57, 3. Dick Kelley (Brewer), Dan Kelley (Bucksport) 2:55:09; C2M canoe beg.: 1. Max Tracy (Halifax, NS), Tim Farmer (Halifax, NS) 2:51:26, 2. Jeremy McCormick (Bangor), Logan Feeney (Knox) 2:59:33, 3. Craig Butilier (Wellfleet, MA), Rob Butilier (Wellfleet, MA) 3:09:32; senior/junior exp.: 1. Tyler Kelley (Carmel), Mike Kelley (Carmel) 2:56:43, 2. Gary Brooks (Dixmont), Jason Caron (Swanville) 3:07:27, 3. Dana Trumble (Orland), Mike Trumble (Orland) 3:20:43; C1 canoe exp.: 1. David Stearns (Blue Hill) 3:09:13, 2. Daniel Corey (Jaffrey, NH) 3:30:45, 3. Irving Gilbert (Vassalboro) 4:13:13; C2 mix exp.: 1. Greg Mcmorrow (Thorndike), Colen Moore (Thorndike) 2:40:51, 2. Al Paradis (Pittsfield), Priscilla Reinertsen (Contoocook, NH) 2:48:35, 3. Joanna Meyer (Hampden), Spencer Meyer (Hampden) 3:20:45; C2 long: 1. Darren Gray (Riverview, NB), Bernie Levy (Sackville, NS) 2:51:19, 2. Troy Giancis (Bangor), Sean Soucy (Bangor) 2:54:45, 3. Bucky Owen (Orono), Dick Storch (Orono) 2:58:18; C2 women recreation: 1. Susannah Owen (Orono), Laurie Stearns (Brunswick) 3:07:08, 2. Alissa Harper (Ellsworth), Tina Scheer (Ellsworth) 3:35:22, 3. Kristie Clark (Dover, NH), Erin Small (Conway, NH) 3:49:41; C2 high school rec.: 1. Chris Shedd (Brewer), Brian Kelley (Brewer) 3:02:08, 2. Daniel Lesser (Orono), Ryan Vienneau (Milford) 3:10:36, 3. Brian Moore (Clinton), Cameron Moore (Clinton) 3:12:44; C2M canoe exp.: 1. Jeff Owen (Orono), Steve Woodward (Cumberland) 2:29:08, 2. Clayton Cole (Corinth), Paul Cole (Groveland, MA) 2:34:31, 3. River Robertson (Bucksport), Ralph Robertson (Bucksport) 2:46:49; C2 women: 1. Bess Koffman (Orono), Ella Mae Walker (Concord, MA) 3:38:22, 2. Cindi Eaton (Deer Isle), Heather Haskell (Hampden) 4:06:14, 3. Taylor Morgan (Orono), Tessa Prest-Berg (Orono) 4:17:47; C2 mix rec.: 1. Bronwen Pierson (Bucksport), Greg Dorr (Bangor) 2:57:22, 2. Jon Rudnicki (Glenburn), Stacy Rudnicki (Shedd, OR) 3:08:35, 3. Sheryl Spear (Farmington), Mike Wiltse (Carrabassett) 3:14:46; C2 mix beg.: 1. David Simonsen (Bangor), Jessica Simonsen (Bangor) 3:25:08, 2. Erica Bauer (Calais), Dan Cohnstaedt (Calais) 3:34:54, 3. Kris Winslow (Buxton), Mike Winslow (Buxton) 3:35:59; C2S canoe beg.: 1. Ryan Cummings (Boston, MA), Jon Koopman (Arlington, MA) 3:22:41, 2. Samuel Betts (Bangor), Dustin Campbell (Bangor) 3:26:01, 3. David Howard (Bucksport), Jesse McIntire (Orono) 3:44:18; senior/junior rec.: 1. Christopher Deane (Canaan), John Goulet (Bradford) 2:53:50, 2. Andrew Gilman (Danforth), Dave Conley (Weston) 3:03:39, 3. DJ Brooks (Clifton), Tim Brooks (Clifton) 3:17:29; C2S canoe exp.: 1. Eric Taylor (Dedham), Jon Eames (Bangor) 2:54:55, 2. J.T. Breindel (Dedham), Andy Frost (Brewer) 2:55:25, 3. Bill Deighan (Newburgh), Patrick Farren (Marion, MA) 2:59:13