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April 25-26 Scores



Saturday’s Results

Brewer 9, Mt. Blue 4

Brewer 26, Nokomis 1

Bucksport 6, Hermon 0

Deer Isle-Stonington 8, Searsport 4

Foxcroft 10, Mattanawcook 8

John Bapst 6-6, Presque Isle 4-2

So. Aroostook 13, Hodgdon 2

Stearns 15, Orono 5

Woodland 5, Shead 4


Saturday’s Results

Brewer 10, Mt. Blue 0

Brewer 14, Nokomis 4

Bucksport 4, Hermon 3

Mattanawcook 10, Foxcroft 0

Presque Isle 1-0, John Bapst 0-2

So. Aroostook 29, Hodgdon 1



Saturday’s Results

Husson 14-10, UM-Farmington 12-3

Maine 11-4, Vermont 8-5

Southern Maine 3-14, Rhode Island Coll. 0-11

Tufts 8-10, Colby 4-8

GNAC Playoffs

Suffolk 22, Saint Joseph’s 21

Saint Joseph’s 12, Johnson and Wales 6

Sunday’s Results

Husson 8-17, UM-Farmington 7-9

Maine 5-3, Vermont 1-6

GNAC Playoffs

Saint Joseph’s 6, Suffolk 5

GNAC Championship

Suffolk 15, Saint Joseph’s 6


Saturday’s Results

Bates 9-2, Trinity 8-10

Bowdoin 4-5, Colby 3-1

Husson 5-3, Lyndon State 3-2

Johnson State 5-12, Maine Maritime 3-5

Keene State 16-4, Southern Maine 1-1

Roger Williams 4-2, U-New England 0-8

Maine 1-4, Albany 0-3

UM-Farmington 7-7, Green Mountain 4-0

GNAC Championship

Emerson 3, Saint Joseph’s 0

Sunrise Championship

UM-Presque Isle 10-20, Fisher 9-3

Sunday’s Results

Albany 11, Maine 8

Husson 12-20, Johnson State 2-2

Lyndon State 12-1, MMA 3-10

Thomas 1-6, Green Mountain 0-1

UM-Farmington 5-4, Castleton 4-1

GNAC Championship

Saint Joseph’s 7, Pine Manor 3 (Pine Manor eliminated)

Emerson 2, Saint Joseph’s 1 (Emerson wins championship)


Saturday’s Results

Keene State 19, Southern Maine 5

Maine Maritime 12, Thomas 5

U-New England 13, Nichols 8

NAC Quarterfinals

Mount Ida 23, Husson 3

Sunday’s Results

NESCAC Quarterfinals

Tufts 12, Colby 8


Saturday’s Results

Keene State 13, So. Maine 11

U-New England 11, Nichols 6

Sunday’s Results

NAC Championship

Castleton 19, Husson 7

NESCAC Quarterfinals

Colby 21, Wesleyan 15

Middlebury 6, Bates 1


Saturday’s Results

Castleton State 7, Thomas 2

Trinity 7, Bates 2




Southern Aroostook 13, Hodgdon 2

At Dyer Brook, Dillon Boulier hit a two-run home run, a double and a single as Southern Aroostook rolled past Hodgdon. Mike Casey hit a three-run triple and a two-run home run for the Warriors. Steve Grant hit a two-run home run while Ben Bout-lier doubled and singled with two RBIs. Levi Scott and Jake Tidd each doubled for Hodgdon.

Woodland 5, Shead 4

At Woodland, Aaron St. Pierre hit two doubles and drove in two runs to lead Woodland by Shead of Eastport. Ben Sears doubled and singled with two RBIs while Ryan Lincoln had an RBI single for the Dragons. Justin Lewey hit four singles and knocked in a run for Shead.

Bucksport 6, Hermon 0

At Hermon, Tim Nason pitched a three-hit shut-out to power Bucksport by Hermon. Steve Klenow-ski doubled and singled while Ray Wood added two singles and an RBI for the Golden Bucks. Kevin Fredrick, Derek Phair and Braddock Debay each singled for Hermon.

Foxcroft 10, Mattanawcook 8

At Lincoln, Ian Champeon hit a two-run single as part of a five-run seventh inning as Foxcroft Acad-emy rallied past Mattanawcook Academy. Cham-peon finished with two singles, a double and three RBIs. Ryan Stroud hit a solo home run and a double while Jamie Nason had two singles and an RBI. Josiah Richard added a double and a single for the Ponies. Tyler Tash led Mattanawcook with two sin-gles, a double and two RBIs. Lance Bernier had a double, a single and two RBIs while Nathan Ireland hit a two-run single.

Rockland 12, Belfast 2

At Rockland on Friday, Dave McGuire hit two doubles and a home run to drive in seven runs as Rockland defeated Belfast. Joe Nelson hit two sin-gles and a double and Nick Little hit a two-run home run and a single for the Tigers. Derrick Bernosky and Eric Peters each hit a solo home run for Belfast.

Stearns 15, Orono 5

At Millinocket, Cory Barnett scattered eight hits through five innings and contributed offensively as well with a solo home run, a single, two RBIs and two stolen bases for the Minutemen. Kurt Hamilton hit a two-run homer and doubled for Stearns. Bran-don Bouchard had a double and two RBIs. Phil Be-noit singled twice, Kash Keezer had a double, and Charlie Boyle added a two-run single for the Orono Red Riots.

Brewer wins two

At Brewer, the Witches posted wins against two different opponents on Saturday, defeating Mt. Blue 9-4 and Nokomis 26-1. In the first game, Eric White and Billy Bissell each posted a triple, a single and two RBIs to spark Brewer by Mt. Blue. Kyle O’Connell hit an RBI double and a single while Brandon Gendreau added an RBI double for the Witches. Brad Dority hit a double and a single for Mt. Blue. In the second game, Andy Bush drove in five runs, including a grand slam in the first inning, to help propel Brewer by Nokomis. Tyler Desjardins hit four singles with an RBI and White added a two-run double.


Bucksport 4, Hermon 3

At Hermon, Emily Lenor hit two singles and scored three runs as Bucksport held off Hermon. Abby Yeo recorded nine strikeouts for the Golden Bucks as Bailey Blair hit a two-run single in the fifth inning and Rochelle Pelletier added a double. Monica Gallant knocked in all three runs for Her-mon and hit two singles. Erin Arnold had a double, two singles with a run scored.

Mattanawcook 10, Foxcroft 0

At Lincoln, sophomore Tayla Trask pitched a one-hit shutout to lead Mattanawcook Academy to vic-tory. Trask struck out 15 and walked none for the Lynx. Melissa West doubled and singled while Vinni Nesin and Amanda Gulesian had two singles each. Foxcroft’s Kelsey Boss singled in the sixth to break up the no-hitter.

Southern Aroostook 29, Hodgdon 1

At Dyer Brook, Brittany Charette hit four singles and drove in four runs as Southern Aroostook cruised past Hodgdon. Evangeline Goodall pitched 4¤ innings, allowing one run and no hits with eight strikeouts to earn the win. Goodall helped her own cause with two doubles, a single and three RBIs. Sara Crandall added two singles, a double and five RBIs. Kim Levesque drove in the only run for Hodg-don.

Presque Isle, John Bapst split

At Bangor, Krista Coffin and Laura Jordan each pitched a no-hit victory as Presque Isle and John Bapst split a doubleheader on Saturday. Presque Isle won the first game 1-0 while John Bapst took the second game 2-0. In the first game, Coffin tossed a no-hitter and struck out 11 to earn the win for Presque Isle. Alecia Palmer singled and scored the winning run on a John Bapst error in the sev-enth. In the second game, Jordan pitched a no-hitter with eight strikeouts to earn the win for John Bapst. Megan Smith scored on a passed ball and Jordan hit a sacrifice fly to score Kennedy Gilmore. Coffin threw her second no-hitter of the day and struck out nine for Presque Isle.

Brewer wins a pair

At Brewer, Melanie Judkins and Emily Cox com-bined on a no-hitter as Brewer won two games against different opponents on Saturday. The Witches topped Mt. Blue 10-0 and Nokomis 14-4. In the first game, Judkins pitched six innings and struck out 15 to earn the win over Mt. Blue. Amy Adams hit two singles and drove in two runs and Amanda Ryan doubled and singled. Kelcey Simpson added two singles and an RBI for the Witches. In the second game, Maria Liberatore hit two singles, a double and drove in two runs to lead Brewer by Nokomis. Cox added a triple, a single and two RBIs. Sammy Moore hit a triple and a single for Nokomis.




Husson takes four from UMF

At Farmington on Sunday, the Eagles wrapped up the No. 2 seed in the North Atlantic Conference tournament by sweeping a doubleheader from UMaine-Farmington by scores of 8-7 and 17-0. The Eagles swept Saturday’s twinbill 14-12 and 10-3. Cas-tleton State (23-12, 15-1 NAC) earned the top seed and will host the four-team, double-elimination tournament in Glens Falls, N.Y., beginning Friday. The Spartans open against No. 4 UMF (4-20, 3-13 NAC) and Husson faces No. 3 Thomas College of Waterville (8-24, 7-9 NAC) in Friday’s other game. In Sunday’s first game, Kyle Vanidestine singled home Jake Arthers in the seventh inning to lift the Eagles. Nick Arthers hit a homer and two singles with three RBIs to pace Husson. Jake Arthers sin-gled twice (two RBI). Jeff Miller and Tom Crews hit solo home runs. Pat Howell homered twice with five RBIs to lead the Beavers. Matt Levine hit a double and two singles and Peake singled three times. In Sunday’s second game, Dennis Graham hit a home run and three singles with six RBIs to power a 22-hit Husson attack. Corey Cushing plated five runs with four singles while Ethan Guerette (dou-ble) and Tim Braind added three hits each behind relief winner Ryan Walker. Josh Garneau (2 RBI) Phineas Peake (RBI) and Pat Howell logged two sin-gles apiece for UMF. In Saturday’s first game, Graham homered, doubled and singled to drive in four runs for the Eagles. Nick Arthers had four RBIs on a double and two singles. Vanidestine and Chris Maguire homered. Kyle Shea had a double, single and four RBIs to pace UM-Farmington. Josh Garneau doubled and homered. Tyler Hanson hit a home run. In the second game, Graham hit his second homer of the afternoon and added two RBIs for Husson. Nick Arthers had two singles behind Nathan Adams, who pitched a five-hitter with one earned run, three walks and six strikeouts. Garneau had a single and an RBI to lead UM-Farmington.

Southern Maine sweeps RIC

At Gorham, senior Tim Therrian scattered six hits and one walk while striking out nine to earn the shutout win for the University of Southern Maine over Rhode Island College in Saturday’s first game. The Huskies also won the second game 14-11. With the sweep, USM captured the Little East Con-ference regular-season title. In the first game, Mike Eaton and Ryan Gaffney each doubled and singled with an RBI for the Huskies. Anthony D’Alfonso and Collin Henry hit doubles. Josh Car-doso hit a double for RIC. In the second game, Ea-ton drove in five runs on three singles for Southern Maine. Henry had three singles and three RBIs and Josh Mackey homered with two RBIs. Jared Rossi homered, doubled and singled with three RBIs to lead Rhode Island. Cardoso hit three singles and Gary Levesque homered.

Tufts sweeps Colby

At Waterville, Nate Bankoff hit a double and three singles to drive in three runs and lift Tufts University over Colby College in Saturday’s first game. The Jumbos took the second game 10-8. Tufts clinched a spot in the NESCAC playoffs. In the first game, Sam Sager scored three runs for the Jumbos. John LaMantia paced Colby with three singles, an RBI and a run scored. John Lerner and Taro Gold hit two singles each. In the second game, Chase Rose had three singles, three RBIs and two runs for Tufts. Bankoff homered and doubled. Mike Mastro-cola hit two doubles and drove in three runs for the Mules. Craig Cooper and Ryan Conlon each had two RBIs.

Suffolk wins GNAC title

At Standish, Keith Carter hit a double, two sin-gles and knocked in three runs as Suffolk Univer-sity defeated Saint Joseph’s College 15-6 to win the Great Northeast Athletic Conference championship Sunday. Saint Joseph’s beat Suffolk 6-5 in Sunday’s first game to force the winner-take-all champion-ship game. The Monks lost to Suffolk 22-21 in Satur-day’s first game and beat Johnson and Wales Uni-versity 12-6 in Saturday’s second game. In the championship game, Dan Belanger and Bobby Barrett each doubled and singled with three RBIs for Suffolk. Paul Vittozzi hit three singles and Mark Addessa had two singles, two RBIs and four runs scored. Ian Lee led the Monks with a home run, sin-gle and three RBIs. Todd Keneborus tripled and sin-gled with two RBIs. In Saturday’s first game, Ben Grant-Roy had two home runs and three singles with six RBIs and five runs scored for Saint Jo-seph’s. Eric LaBatte added a triple, double and three singles and five RBIs. In Saturday’s second game, Grant-Roy had two home runs and a double with three RBIs for the Monks. Chris Campbell had a double, two singles and three RBIs. In Sunday’s first game, Pat Moran hit two singles and knocked in two runs for Saint Joseph’s. Lee doubled and sin-gled and Wade Oliver had two RBIs.


Husson clinches NAC No. 1 seed

At Bangor, the Husson University Eagles swept Lyndon State College in a Saturday doubleheader 5-3 and 3-2 and then swept Johnson State College Sun-day 12-2 and 20-2 to cap an unbeaten North Atlantic Conference season and clinch the top seeding in the upcoming NAC tournament. The Eagles, now 22-13 overall and 14-0 in NAC play, will host a semifinal game Friday at 10 a.m. against the winner of Tues-day’s Lyndon State/Castleton State College playoff game. On Sunday, second baseman Cassie Berry went 4-for-6 with two doubles and five RBIs to help lead Husson’s offensive attack. Dottie Cameron had a home run, a double and two singles to go with four RBIs. Also for Husson, Nicole Sargent hit a home run, doubled, and singled twice for four RBIs. Brianna Webster had two doubles, two singles and two RBIs. Sargent and Caitlin LeBorgne each notched pitching wins for the Eagles. For Johnson State, Morgan Rogerson had three singles and two RBIs. On Saturday, the runs were harder to come by, but again Cameron and Sargent had key roles. Cameron had a double, two singles, and two runs in Husson’s 3-2 win and Sargent had two singles and a run in the 5-3 victory. Megan Richard came on to get the save with two-thirds of an inning in relief dur-ing the first game and then pitched a four-hitter for the Eagles for a victory in the second. Sargent notched the win in game one after allowing eight hits in 6¤ innings.

MMA drops three of four

At Castine on Saturday, Johnson State (Vt.) swept a NAC doubleheader from Maine Maritime Acad-emy by scores of 5-3 and 12-5. The Mariners bounced back Sunday against Lyndon State (Vt.), winning the second game 10-1 after dropping the first game 12-3. In Saturday’s opener, Johnson State scored twice in the seventh inning to top MMA. Kayla Gol-fin led a 12-hit attack with three hits. Megan Rus-sell, Mallery Stanley, Nicole Poland, Dana Hough-ton and Ashley Hunt posted two hits apiece for the Mariners. In Saturday’s second game, Allie Cun-ningham plated three runs for the visitors with a homer and two singles. Stanley and Kayla Higgins stroked two hits each for MMA. In Sunday’s opener, Natalia Shams knocked in three runs with a double and two singles to lead Lyndon State. Po-land doubled and singled with an RBI to lead the Mariners. In Sunday’s second game, Stanley pitched a five-hitter and plated two runs with three singles to head the MMA effort. Hunt hit a double, a single and knocked in four runs while Megan Rus-sell collected three singles. Shams hit a triple and two doubles for the visitors.

UMF sweeps Castleton, Green Mountain

The University of Maine-Farmington swept two weekend doubleheaders, beating Green Mountain College 7-4 and 7-0 on Saturday before downing Cas-tleton State 5-4 and 4-1 on Sunday. In Saturday’s opener, Shannon Mitchell hit two singles and drove in two runs to lead UMF. Chelsea Cozzolino doubled and singled with an RBI while McKell Barnes, Casandra Dyer and Meaghan Donnell each hit a double. In Saturday’s nightcap, Jessica Timmreck tossed a three-hit shutout with seven strikeouts to earn the win for the Beavers. Barnes had a double, three singles and two RBIs while Emily Coye added three singles and an RBI. In Sunday’s first game, Mitchell tripled and singled with two runs scored for UM-Farmington. Samantha Morency had a dou-ble and two RBIs. Liz Bergeron had eight strikeouts. Alicia Zraunig doubled and singled with two RBIs for Castleton. In Sunday’s second game, Barnes hit a home run, two singles and drove in all four runs. Erin Porter hit two singles for UM-Farmington. Bridget Dusha and Amanda Gersten-maier had two singles each for Castleton.

Keene State sweeps Southern Maine

At Gorham, the Owls limited the Huskies to four hits Saturday while sweeping a doubleheader from the Huskies. Keene State won the opener 16-1 in five innings and took the second game 4-1. In Game 1, Katie Allenson hit a home run, a double and a single with five RBIs to lead Keene State. Emily Albin pitched a one-hitter. Anita Dixon hit a sacrifice fly for Southern Maine. In Game 2, Jenna Patnaude tripled and singled to lead the Owls behind winner Samantha Pratt. Sarah Deroche singled twice for the Huskies.

Bates, Trinity split

At Lewiston on Saturday, Leah Maciejewski’s RBI double in the 11th inning lifted the Bobcats to a 9-8 Game 1 victory over Trinity and a spot in the NESCAC tournament. The Bantams won the second game 10-2 in five innings. In the first game, the Bob-cats scored three runs in the seventh, paced by Monica Berube’s two-run single. Maciejewski added a double and a single with two more RBIs. Nicole Nardella hit a double and two singles to lead Trin-ity. In Game 2, Susan Arnold pitched a four-hitter and got four RBIs from Patricia Cipicchio (double, single). Kelly McManus singled and scored Bates

Emerson tops Saint Joseph’s

At Newton, Mass., Emerson College scored runs in the sixth and seventh innings Sunday to edge Saint Joseph’s College of Standish for the Great Northeast Athletic Conference title. Emerson had beaten Saint Joseph’s 3-0 Saturday, then the Monks defeated Pine Manor 7-3 in a Sunday elimination game. In Sunday’s championship, Kelsey Tuthill pitched a three-hitter with seven strikeouts for the Lions. Brittany Martin and Bridget Farago each singled with an RBI for Emerson. Alyssa Dunn paced the Monks with a single and an RBI behind loser Kiera Walsh. In Sunday’s first game, Anna Willis plated two runs with three singles to lead Saint Joseph’s. Ashley Geel doubled and singled with two RBIs. Kayla Nielsen singled twice with an RBI to lead Pine Manor. In Saturday’s game, Tut-hill shut out the Monks on three hits, fanning 16 and walking one. Lynn Herman had an RBI single for Emerson. Alyssa Dunn doubled for Saint Joseph’s behind Madylan Kluna, who allowed six hits.

UMPI wins Championship

At Presque Isle, the University of Maine-Presque Isle swept a doubleheader in a best of three series with Fisher College to win the Sunrise Conference Championship. The Owls won the first game 10-9 and the second game 20-3. In the first game, Brit-tany Humphrey drove in the game-winning run in the bottom of the seventh inning with two outs to lift UMPI to the win. Erica Davis had a three-run home run, a double and a single while Kathleen Higgins added two singles and an RBI. In the sec-ond game, Emily Moore tossed a complete game and helped her own cause with a three-run double and two singles to lead the Owls. Desiree Smith and Davis each added three singles and two RBIs.

Bowdoin sweep Colby

At Waterville, Bowdoin College scored three runs in the top of the seventh inning to take a 4-3 win over Colby College in the first game of a Saturday doubleheader. The Polar Bears won the second game 5-1. In the first game, Kaitee Daley, Lauren Coven and Shavonne Lord each had two hits to lead Bowdoin. Alison Coleman added an RBI single. Karen Reni pitched a complete game allowing three runs on six hits to earn the win. In the second game, Coven had a double, two singles and two RBIs to propel the Polar Bears. Coleman hit a two-run double while Lord added an RBI single. Alex Essman hit an RBI single to pace Colby.

Thomas sweeps Green Mountain

At Waterville, Mallorie Blakney scored the win-ning run from third base in the bottom of the eighth inning on a wild pitch to lead Thomas College past Green Mountain College in Sunday’s first game 1-0. Thomas also won the second game 6-1. In the first game, Jordan Kennedy pitched eight shutout in-nings, allowing three hits, three walks and striking out nine for Thomas. Kaymala Eells hit two singles. In the second game, Alexandra Kriegel hit a dou-ble and drove in two runs to lead Thomas. Brittany Morin doubled and singled. Sara Pavento allowed no earned run, no walks, three hits and struck out one for the complete-game win.


Mount Ida 23, Husson 3

At Newton, Mass., Brett Conley scored four goals and provided five assists as Mount Ida College de-feated Husson University in the North Atlantic Con-ference quarterfinals Saturday. Anthony DiMarsico scored four goals for 11-6 Mount Ida. Christopher Prophete and Paul Battipaglia each had three goals. Nine other players also scored. Matt Vernik and Justin Famiglietti combined to stop 11 shots. Nick Brown had a goal and an assist for 4-9 Husson. Ben Landry and Anthony Diaz also scored. Matt Linnell turned away 21 shots.


Castleton 19, Husson 7

At Castleton, Vt., Elizabeth Haggerty scored five goals to help lead Castleton State College past Hus-son University of Bangor to win the North Atlantic Conference championship Sunday. Marie VanDer-Kar, Angelica Mazzola and Stephanie Pearce had three goals each for 12-2 Castleton. Jennifer Macari and DeeDee Schroeder scored two goals apiece and Stephanie Paproski had a goal and two assists. Shelby Bradford had four goals and an assist for the 6-6 Eagles. Caitlyn Butterfield, Rebecca Hatin and Ashley Cyr also scored. Francesca Mazzola and Re-becca Duszak combined to make eight saves for Cas-tleton as Nikki Burns of Husson stopped 13 shots.



Winterport Dragway

Doug Duchesne of Embden outran Unity’s Randy Therrien to capture the Gambers Race Final on Sunday. Joe Paluga of Bar Harbor and Dexter Henderson of Campobello Island were semifinalists.


Bikes/Sleds: 1. Aaron Astle (Ellsworth), 2. Adam MacDonald (Appleton), 3. Brett Mitchell (MDI), 3. Geoffrey McDunnah (East Milli-nocket); Lawn Mower/Jr. Dragster/Go Kart: 1. Whitney Saun-ders (Ellsworth), 2. Peter Gould Jr. (Corinna), 3. Kassey Gould (Corinna), 3. Gage Reynolds (Bangor)

Camping World Series East

At Hudson, N.C., Joe Gibbs Racing rookie Matt DiBenedetto of Grass Valley, Calif., beat Lewisville, N.C.’s Austin Dillon to the line to win the Tri-County 150 NASCAR Camping World Series East race at Tri-County Motor Speedway Saturday night. It was only the second start for the 17-year-old win-ner. Rookie Alan Tardiff of Lyman won the pole and led the first 16 laps before finishing third. He sits third in points after two races. Point leader Jody Lavender of Hartsville, S.C. finished fourth followed by Patrick Long of Oak Park, Calif. Andy Santerre Motorsports driver Brett Moffitt, of Grimes, Iowa, finished three laps down in 23rd after qualifying fifth.




At Orono High School

Old Town girls 152, Orono 96, Presque Isle 93, Ellsworth 79, Fort Fairfield 46, Searsport 37, Greenville 16, Bangor Christian 12, Foxcroft 10, Limestone/MSSM 8, Stearns 4, Sumner 1, Schenck no score

4×800 Relay: 1, Ellsworth (Darien Lewis, Kalyn Jackson, Rosie Vachon, Brianne Dunn), 10:58.89. 2, Presque Isle 11:19.19; 100 Hur-dles: 1, Chelsea Wagner, ORO, 17.17. 2, Kara Beal, ELLS, 18.47. 3, Amber Forsman, FFHS, 18.82. 4, Demelza Ramirez, BCS, 19.11. 5, Kaitlyn Kinsey, FFHS, 19.62. 6, Lindsey Graves, FFHS, 21.00; 100: 1, Kayla Brooks, OT, 13.09. 2, Katie DeShane, OT, 13.75. 3, Brooke Long-Postell, PIHS, 13.87. 4, Sara Disselkamp, STNS, 13.97. 5, Amber Griffin, PIHS, 14.00. 6, Emily Panciera, FOX, 14.11; 1600 Race Walk: 1, Emma Seekins, SEAR, 10:58.59; 1600: 1, Brianne Dunn, ELLS, 5:49.65. 2, Mackenzie Pinette, PIHS, 6:00.65. 3, Kate Goodness, OT, 6:03.27. 4, Annie Seekins, SEAR, 6:07.45. 5, Molly Segee, OT, 6:09.70. 6, Faith Mackey, SEAR, 6:13.03; 4×100 Relay: 1, Old Town (Kayla Brooks, Heather Soule, Erin St Peter, Katie DeShane), 55.23. 2, Presque Isle 56.65. 3, Ellsworth 1:01.18. 4, Limestone/MSSM 1:01.54. 5, Greenville 1:01.82. 6, Sumner 1:06.40; 400: 1, Erin St Peter, OT, 1:05.29. 2, Darien Lewis, ELLS, 1:08.32. 3, Gretel Breton, GRNV, 1:08.93. 4, Stephanie Leighton, LIM, 1:10.33. 5, Kalyn Jackson, ELLS, 1:11.45. 6, Kate Berry, ORO, 1:13.89; 300 Hurdles: 1, Kara Beal, ELLS, 54.72. 2, Kayla Brooks, OT, 56.87. 3, Demelza Ramirez, BCS, 58.74. 4, Holli Kenison, ORO, 58.87. 5, Julianne LaBrecque, ORO, 1:01.50. 6, Jocelyn Davis, PIHS, 1:08.40. 800: 1, Molly Segee, OT, 2:44.25. 2, Faith Mackey, SEAR, 2:49.40. 3, Hallie Bartlett, PIHS, 2:52.74. 4, Mackenzie Pinette, PIHS, 2:54.45. 5, Lauren Barkhouse, ELLS, 2:54.49. 6, Sara Lyons, ELLS, 2:55.19; 200: 1, Kate Bulteel, ORO, 28.16. 2, Katie DeShane, OT, 29.17. 3, Amber Griffin, PIHS, 29.50. 4, Ariel Meaker, ORO, 29.73. 5, Erica Hemphill, PIHS, 29.87. 6, Emily Panciera, FOX, 30.02; 3200: 1, Rosie Vachon, ELLS, 13:23.27. 2, Kate Goodness, OT, 13:28.11. 3, Annie Seekins, SEAR, 14:19.70. 4, Jaylee Fox, PIHS, 15:00.00. 5, Emma Seekins, SEAR, 16:07.93. 6, Anne Elish, PIHS, 17:21.49; 4×400 Relay: 1, Ellsworth (Kalyn Jackson, Brianne Dunn, Lauren Barkhouse, Darien Lewis), 4:47.20. 2, Old Town 4:56.02. 3, Presque Isle 4:59.37. 4, Greenville 5:01.42. 5, Ban-gor Christian 5:36.44; High Jump: 1, Amber Griffin, PIHS, 4-08. 2, Logan Clark, OT, 4-06. 3, Kaitlyn Kinsey, FFHS, 4-02. 3, Kate Berry, ORO, 4-02. 5, Faith Mackey, SEAR, 4-02. 6, Jessica Richards, ORO, 4-00; Long Jump: 1, Logan Clark, OT, 14-09. 2, Kayla Brooks, OT, 13-09.25. 3, Julianne LaBrecque, ORO, 13-07.25. 4, Gretel Breton, GRNV, 13-05.25. 5, Julie Normand, ORO, 13-00.75. 6, Kaitlyn Kinsey, FFHS, 12-08; Triple Jump: 1, Shelby Wheeler, ORO, 32-01.25. 2, Amber Forsman, FFHS, 30-04.25. 3, Katrina Whittier, PIHS, 30-03.25. 4, Holli Kenison, ORO, 30-02.75. 5, Chelsea Wagner, ORO, 30-00.25. 6, Kaitlyn Kinsey, FFHS, 29-01; Javelin: 1, Haley Prygrocki, OT, 94-02. 2, Lauren Day-Smith, FOX, 86-00. 3, Holli Kenison, ORO, 78-04. 4, Chelsea Wagner, ORO, 71-11. 5, Katy Donavan, FFHS, 70-01. 6, Jocelyn Davis, PIHS, 64-03; Discus: 1, Rose-Mary Williams, FFHS, 78-07. 2, Haley Prygrocki, OT, 78-05. 3, Katy Donavan, FFHS, 73-00. 4, Maryanna Hatch, OT, 72-03. 5, Amber Forsman, FFHS, 71-09. 6, Jessica Richards, ORO, 69-01; Shot Put: 1, Haley Prygrocki, OT, 30-05.50. 2, Ka-trina Whittier, PIHS, 29-04.50. 3, Hallie Bartlett, PIHS, 27-06. 4, Danyle Boobar, OT, 26-07.75. 5, Sabrina Debeck, ELLS, 25-05.25. 6, Amber Forsman, FFHS, 24-10.50; Pole Vault: 1, Shelby Wheeler, ORO, 8-06. 2, Ariel Meaker, ORO, 8-00. 3, Kate Bulteel, ORO, 7-06. 4, Lauralee Stairs, SEAR, 6-00. 5, Katie Nelligan-Smith, OT, 5-06. 6, Kacie York, FFHS, 5-00.

Ellsworth boys 115, Old Town 75, Orono 74, Foxcroft 68, Stearns 55, Sumner 49, Presque Isle 31, Bangor Christian 22, Limestone/MSSM 22, Schenck 22, Fort Fairfield 8, Greenville 8, Searsport no score

4×800 Relay: 1, Foxcroft (Amos Almy, Chris Bridges, Stephen Sharrow, Zach Smith), 9:20.11. 2, Ellsworth 9:38.67. 3, Presque Isle 9:44.24. 4, Old Town 9:47.19. 5, Sumner 9:57.54; 110 Hurdles: 1, Justin Brooks, ORO, 20.87. 2, Tucker Cambridge, ELLS, 21.15. 3, Jordan Crosby, SUM, 21.87; 100: 1, Jared Waite, SCNK, 11.48. 2, Anthony Cul-trera, SUM, 11.85. 3, Nick Kelley, ELLS, 12.41. 4, Nathan Vandegrift, SUM, 12.46. 5, Chrisshawn Fluker, ELLS, 12.47. 6, Nate Cyr, STNS, 12.56; 1600: 1, Ben Chapman, ELLS, 4:54.24. 2, Michael Rioux, STNS, 5:01.27. 3, Bradley Wilcox, BCS, 5:11.76. 4, Jordan Hess, ORO, 5:15.55. 5, Brandon Hafford, PIHS, 5:18.98. 6, Lyle Stephenson, ELLS, 5:20.73; 4×100 Relay: 1, Sumner (Matthew Holmes, Nathan Vandegrift, Justin James, Anthony Cultrera), 48.21. 2, Ellsworth 48.48. 3, Orono 48.60. 4, Old Town 48.89. 5, Presque Isle 50.93. 6, Limestone/MSSM 58.77; 400: 1, Seth Oldfield, FOX, 56.12. 2, Brandon Duarte, ELLS, 56.27. 3, Nate Cyr, STNS, 58.44. 4, Cody Miller, OT, 58.58. 5, Taylor Ploch, OT, 59.26. 6, Lee Jackson, OT, 59.62; 300 Hurdles: 1, Parker Rossig-nol, LIM, 48.96. 2, Karl Koehler, ORO, 49.77. 3, Justin Brooks, ORO, 51.57. 4, Tucker Cambridge, ELLS, 54.71. 5, Devvan Powers, SCNK, 57.53; 800: 1, Brian Batson, ELLS, 2:10.69. 2, Amos Almy, FOX, 2:14.66. 3, Bradley Wilcox, BCS, 2:18.58. 4, Stephen Sharrow, FOX, 2:21.09. 5, Jordan Hess, ORO, 2:21.24. 6, Michael Rioux, STNS, 2:21.31; 200: 1, Jared Waite, SCNK, 23.93. 2, Anthony Cultrera, SUM, 24.27. 3, Chrisshawn Fluker, ELLS, 25.00. 4, Nick Kelley, ELLS, 25.03. 5, Nate Cyr, STNS, 25.26. 6, Jacob St Peter, OT, 25.57; 3200: 1, Jeremiah Roper, ELLS, 11:13.87. 2, Chris Bridges, FOX, 11:24.51. 3, Christopher Parent, BCS, 12:02.95. 4, Steven Morrill, GRNV, 12:03.57. 5, Matt Eager, PIHS, 12:03.90. 6, Jesse Rochester, PIHS, 12:29.96; 4×400 Relay: 1, Ellsworth (Ben Chapman, Brian Batson, Kris Kohut, Brandon Duarte), 3:48.55. 2, Orono 3:57.35. 3, Sumner 3:59.35. 4, Old Town 4:00.62. 5, Fox-croft Academy 4:09.67. 6, Presque Isle 4:24.44; High Jump: 1, Brandon Hopkins, LIM, 5-02. 2, Josh Stahl, STNS, 5-02. 3, Jason Johnson, PIHS, 5-00. 3, Tyler Richards, STNS, 5-00. 5, Stephen Sharrow, FOX, 5-00. 6, Parker Rossignol, LIM, 5-00; Long Jump: 1, Zach Sadlon, STNS, 18-08.25. 2, Jacob St Peter, OT, 18-03.50. 3, Jakob Jordan, ELLS, 17-03. 4, Sage Dyer, ELLS, 17-02.50. 5, Christopher Parent, BCS, 16-11.50. 6, Chad Paradis, OT, 16-10.75; Triple Jump: 1, Sage Dyer, ELLS, 37-08.50. 2, Zach Sadlon, STNS, 37-08. 3, Lee Jackson, OT, 35-06.50. 4, Karl Koehler, ORO, 34-10.25. 5, Bradley Wilcox, BCS, 33-09.75. 6, Joe Claar, ORO, 33-00.25; Javelin: 1, Nick Peterson, ORO, 148-04. 2, Brandon Winchenbach, OT, 141-07. 3, Jake McAlinden, ORO, 135-06. 4, Joe Gilbert, GRNV, 131-01. 5, Lucas Richards, PIHS, 129-04. 6, Gabe Barsanti, SUM, 129-03; Discus: 1, Jason Johnson, PIHS, 129-07. 2, Brandon Winchenbach, OT, 124-10. 3, Dan Moriarty, FOX, 110-03. 4, Josh Stahl, STNS, 102-03. 5, Matthew Holmes, FFHS, 96-07. 6, Gary Du-Bois, STNS, 96-06; Shot Put: 1, Brandon Winchenbach, OT, 42-00.50. 2, Dan Moriarty, FOX, 41-10.25. 3, Jake McAlinden, ORO, 40-10.75. 4, Gabe Barsanti, SUM, 38-10.75. 5, Jake Paul, ORO, 35-02.25. 6, Gary DuBois, STNS, 35-00.50; Pole Vault: 1, Elias Twitchell, FOX, 9-06. 2, Zachary LaBree, OT, 9-00. 3, Nathan McLaughlin, FFHS, 9-00. 4, MacKenzie Bowen, OT, 8-00. 5, Taylor Ploch, OT, 8-00. 6, Tyler Higgins, ORO, 7-06.


Penn Relays

At Philadelphia

UMaine results

Women, 4×100 Relay (84 Teams): 36. Maine (Jesse Labreck, Lindsay Burlock, Vicki Tolton, Allyson Howatt), 47.74. 4×400 Relay (84 Teams): 21. Maine (Lindsay Burlock, Vicki Tolton, Jesse Labreck, Allyson Howatt), 3:47.66. 4×800 Relay: 16. Maine (Vanessa Le-tourneau, Jennifer Lucy, Stephanie Jette, Corey Conner), 9:07.96. 4×400 Relay (ECAC Division Final): 7. Maine (Burlock, Tolton, Labreck, Howatt): 3:44.73.

Men, 5,000 (Olympic Development Heat, 47 runners): 7. Riley Masters, 14:23.25. 3,000 Steeplechase (17 runners): 9. Miles Bartlett, 9:21.95.

At New London, Conn.

NESCAC Championships

Williams men 153.5, Bates 116.5, Tufts 116, Bowdoin 108, Amherst 69, Middlebury 59.5, Wesleyan 55, Trinity 51, Hamilton 47, Conn. Col-lege 34.5, Colby 9

Williams women 180, Middlebury 156, Tufts 145, Bowdoin 97, Bates 61, Colby 57.5, Wesleyan 29.5, Amherst 26, Hamilton 24, Conn. College 23, Trinity 20

At Westfield, Mass.

New England Alliance Championship

Southern Maine men 184, Westfield State 182.5, Fitchburg State 96.5, Keene State 83, UMass-Dartmouth 63

Southern Maine scorers

4×400 relay: 1. Southern Maine (Justin Vigeant, Jake Moore, Corey Gobbi, Doug Mercer) 3:20.01; 800: 3. Tim Even 1:56.34; 5000: 1. Justin Richardson 15:27.75, 2. Erich Neuts 15:58.37, 4. Will Fulford 16:22.11; 100 hurdles: 1. Evan Davis 15.56, 2. Mason Shepard, 4. A.J. Marden 16.25; 400 hurdles: 2. Mason Shepard 56.43; triple jump: 3. A.J. Marden 43-7; pole vault: 1. Orion Winkler 14-2.75, 3. James Spaulding 12-9; 200: 2. Justin Vigeant 21.91; 100: 3. Justin Vigeant 11.22; 1500: 3. Tim Even 4:06.09; 400: 3. Doug Mercer 50.81; shot put: 3. James Spauld-ing 45-11.75; 3000 steeplechase: 2. Alex Gomes 9:55.19




At Hermon

Ellsworth boys (1-0) 5, Hermon (0-1) 0

Singles: Spencer Small def. Kevin Tarr 8-1, Nick Reese def. Brian Finley 8-2, Alexander Keefe def. Kaleb Potter 8-0; doubles: Dillon Toothaker-Tyler Small def. Jonathan Collins-Jacob Reynolds 8-1, Justin Harding-Brandon Albee def. Tyler Kelly-Travis Morse 8-0

Ellsworth girls (1-0) 4, Hermon (0-1) 1

Singles: Miranda Grant (E) def. Molly Ingalls 8-1, Ashley Harding (E) def. Melissa Cliff (retired), Audrey Cliff (H) by forfeit; doubles: Holly Wadman-Caitlin Maloney (E) def. Jilie McDonald-Bridget Devine 8-1, Daniel White-Brianne Whitney (E) def. Brittany Overlook-Taylor-Rose Bean 8-0

At Bar Harbor

Presque Isle boys (1-0) 3, MDI (0-1) 2

Singles: Noah Bracken (MDI) def. Alex Carter 9-8 (7-3), Jeremy Hyde (MDI) def. Ben Picard 9-7, Chris Cawley (PI) def. Ian Carbone 9-8 (10-8); doubles: Mike Picard-Connor Shaw (PI) def. Garrett Lee-Duncan Smith 8-4, Kyle Gilson-Emerson Mendieta-Castro (PI) def. Elliot Claver-Donny Hanson 8-2; Exhibition: Osman Castro-Cole Richards (PI) def. Max Timko-Mike Dunleavy 8-4, Elliot Claver-Donny Hanson (MDI) def. Caleb Mathers-Jacob Towle 7-5

Presque Isle girls (1-0) 4, MDI (0-1) 1

Singles: Sarah Porter (PI) def. Rebecca Thormann 8-2, Taylor La-Casse (MDI) def. Brittany Bearden 8-5, Kailee Ireland (PI) def. Alyson Yau 8-4; doubles: Madelyn Carson-Dani Wolland (PI) def. Molly Hodgkins-Annie Harper 8-3, Lindsay Michaud-Divya Bisht (PI) def. Hannah Erickson-Amy Green 8-1; Exhibition: Hannah Erickson-Amy Green (MDI) def. Melissa Carson-Alice Jones 7-5, Molly Hodgkins-Annie Harper (MDI) def. Chelsea Carroll- Melissa Carson 6-3

At Caribou

Caribou (1-0) 5, John Bapst (0-1) 0

Singles: Shane Belanger def. Bob Tom Flynn 8-6, Taylor Jepson def. Lucas Hubbard 8-1, Nick Willey by forfeit; doubles: Phil Smith-Ezra Duplissie-Cyr def. Ian Szyelo-Matt Ryan 8-2, Matt Coty-Preston Jackson def. Kevin Given-Jacob Leonard 9-7

Caribou (1-0) 5, John Bapst (0-1) 0

Singles: Jenna Selander def. Jordan Myerowitz 8-3, Laura Collins def. Polly Bickford 8-0, Carlee Pinette def. Kristen Krueger 8-0; doubles: Missy Nadeau-Elizabeth Barbosa def. Erin Bousfield-Rebecca Settele 8-3, Cintamini Johnson-Katie Keaton def. Lauren Tourtil-lotte-Jacquelyn Dougherty 8-1




At Glenburn

Workstore 10, G&H Ambulance 6

Workstore top hitters: Hayden Clark single, Cody Lally single, Alex Peirce single; winning pitcher: Garrett Barb; G&H: Austin Keib single, Ben Cotton single, Nicholas Jacobs single, Bailey Peterson single




At Northport GC

Welcome Back Scramble

Gross: Jessie Johnson, John Lloyd-Still, Brett Armstrong, John Fleming 63, David Potvin, Devin Potvin, Shane Gerrish, Vivian Fuller 64, Pepper Bush, Joe Baiumgo, Bill Farris, Megan Farris 65, Robert Myers, Greg McDaniel, Dan Eaton, Leslie Eaton 65, Paul Jasienowski, Corey Chase, Lisa Chase, Barry Crawford 67, Josh Nougaret, Frank Field, Cory Cyr, Peter Doran 68; pins: Randy Berry, Jeff Sweeting, Marty Crowe, Tyler McDevitt 7-10, Paul Jasienowski, Cory Chase, Lisa Chase, Barry Crawford 7-11


At Fox Ridge GC, Auburn

Individual, flight 1, gross: Mark Plummer 69, Jace Pearson 70, Jason K. Harris 71, Keith Patterson 71, Ricky Jones 74, Owen Lennon 74, John Bauman 75; net: Mark Boivin 68, Tom Caron 69, Ben Costain 69, Bob Libby 69, Dennis Leaver 69, Charlie Witonis 69, Dan Atkin-son 70; 2, gross: Charles Pushard 79, John Emerson 79, Tim Downing 81, Tom Greene 81, Norm Russell 82, Ricky Plummer 83, Todd Nevins 83; net: Dan Charron 67, Billy O’Brien 70, John Collins 70, Bob Tweedie 71, Phil Bilodeau 71, Ed Doughty 72, Eric Fowle 73; 3, gross: Gary Caiani 87, Steve Scotia 87, Wayne Newbegin 89, Wally Martin 90, Brian Currie 90, Dennis Dube 90, Charlie Swett 91; net: Roy Leighton 69, Roger Sanders 70, Bruce Fearon 71, Steve Bentley 72, Chuck Pollock 73, David Littlefield 74, Robert Lamoureux 74; super seniors, gross: Al Bouchard 77, Ron Greco 81, Gerald Tirrell 82; net: Chip Morrison 71, John Driscoll 73, Lee Spaulding 74; team, gross: Pat Keeley, Al Bouchard, David Kroll, Tom Caron 63; Keith Patterson, Steve Bouthot, Vic Nunan, Ron Dery 64; Jason K. Harris, Jeff Harris, Kevin Lawley, Chris Marco 65; Mark Plummer, Mark Susi, David Barrett, Pete Aug Davis 66; net: Charlie Swett, Tom Smith, Ricky Plummer, Joe Grenier 59; Dan Charron, Charlie Witonis, Ryan Wilson, Chuck Pollock 59; Mike Napoliano Sr., Dan Atkinson, Steve Ri-chards, Dick Gammon 59; Ed Juhl, Dave Collinsworth, Michael Dumais, Jeff Wintle 60; Bob Farthing, Greg McCormack, John Driscoll, Ed Jackson 60; Norm Russell, Jim Caron, Terry Landry, Steve Mitchell 60; Friday skins, gross: No. 13 Dennis Leaver 1, No. 14 Nick Conner 2, No. 17 Phil Bilodeau 3; net: No. 3 Bob Mathieu 1, No. 15 Terry Beane 1, No. 11 Eric Fowle 3, No. 12 Aric Walton 2; Saturday skins, gross: No. 6 Scott Barnicle 3, No. 17 Billy O’Brien 3, No. 18 Joe Grenier 3; net: No. 6 Bruce Fearon 2, No. 8 Bob Martel 2, No. 10 Joe Grenier 1, No. 11 Phil Dube 3, No. 14 Maurice Morang 2, No. 16 John McCartney 1; Friday pins: No. 3 Terry Beane 2-0, No. 5 Jerry King 10-6, No. 13 Dennis Leaver hole-in-one, No. 16 Bob Searles 6-9; Saturday pins: No. 3 Dan Atkinson 4-10, No. 5 John Kimball 3-3, No. 13 Greg Bubier 3-6, No. 16 Tom Caron 1-9

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