BANGOR — Jack Lancelin singled to lead off the 10th inning and later scored on an error in helping lift Castleton State College past Husson University 2-1 in the first game of a North Eastern Athletic Conference baseball twinbill at the Winkin Complex.
The Spartans also won the second game 4-1.
In the first game, Tyler Erickson allowed one run off five hits and three walks while striking out 13 in 10 innings to earn the win for Castleton. Lancelin had three singles, Zak Mayo hit two singles and Aaorn Zrenda doubled with an RBI.
Shawn Smith singled twice and drove in a run for Husson. Ethan Guerette singled and scored while Nate Adams pitched 10 innings allowing one earned run, eight hits, two walks and seven strikeouts.
In the second game, Castleton’s Seth Harrington allowed no earned runs with six hits and three walks while striking out eight to earn the seven-inning win. Mayo doubled, singled and scored two runs and Ryan Zielinski doubled and singled.
Guerette singled and doubled and Chris Maguire added two singles for the Eagles. Jake Arthers doubled and scored a run.
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Thomas sweeps Lyndon State 7
At Winkin Complex, Bangor, Cody Vigue hit a three-run double to spark a four-run sixth inning as Thomas College of Waterville beat Lyndon State College 8-7 in the first game.
The Terriers took the second game 3-2.
In Game 1, Vigue totaled two doubles, a single and two runs scored for the Terriers. Eric Sucy drove in three runs and Ben Goodall doubled with two RBIs. Rob Nutter doubled and singled and Joshua Gray added two singles.
Korey Marsh led the Hornets with a single and three RBIs. Patrick Hilton doubled, singled and scored two runs.
In Game 2, the Terriers scored two runs in the bottom of the fifth to gain the winning margin.
Nutter singled twice for Thomas while Josh Nickerson had an RBI double and John Charves a run-scoring single to back winning pitcher Sucy.
Marsh and Hilton each singled twice for the Hornets.
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St. Joseph’s sweeps Lasell
At Standish, Monks pitchers combined to allow only five hits as Saint Joseph’s College swept a Great Northeast Athletic Conference doubleheader from Lasell.
The Monks won the first game 4-0 and took the nightcap 6-2.
In the first game, Chad Rafferty and Kevin Chamberlain combined on a two-hit shutout. Rafferty struck out seven in five innings.
Mike Pratt doubled with two RBIs for the winners and Chris Campbell doubled and singled.
In Game 2, three pitchers combined on a three-hitter, led by four, one-hit innings from Mason Roberge. Campbell singled three times and Nate Martin doubled and singled.
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Thomas, MMA split
At Castine, Thomas College of Waterville scored four times in the eighth inning and held off Maine Maritime Academy to earn an 8-6 victory in the first game of the doubleheader at Ritchie Field.
The Mariners used a four-run fourth inning to win the second game 4-3 and earn a split.
In the first game, Kelsey Crowe’s two-run homer in the 10th proved to be the difference for Thomas. Cassie Manning homered and singled with two RBIs. Samantha Moore doubled and singled and Lindsay Fry added two singles and an RBI.
Sabrina Keach hit two doubles and drove in a run for lead the Mariners. Erica Taylor had two singles and an RBI while Mallery Stanley, Mckenzie Burke and Andi Flannery each doubled.
In the second game, Brittany Hunt doubled and singled with an RBI and Keach had two singles and an RBI to pace MMA. Leah Jackson hit two singles and scored a run. Casey McCloskey allowed just one earned run to earn the win.
Fry and Moore both singled and knocked in a run for Thomas. Alexandra Kriegel doubled.
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St. Joseph’s sweeps USM
At Standish, Kayla Vannah pitched a one-hit shutout in leading Saint Joseph’s College past the University of Southern Maine of Gorham 9-0 in the first game.
The Monks also won the second game 6-3.
In the first game, Vannah walked three and struck out one to pick up her first win. Alyssa Dunn and Katelyn Call each had two singles and two RBIs. Connie Grovo doubled and scored two runs. Emily Leverone and Heather Tripp both scored twice.
Anna Allard singled and stole a base in the third inning for the Huskies.
In the second game, Danyelle Shufelt hit a double, two singles and scored two runs to power the Monks. Lindsay Moore doubled twice and drove in a run. Leverone doubled and scored a run. Kiera Walsh allowed one run and struck out five in five innings to earn her fourth win.
Kayla Ferrara homered, doubled and singled for Southern Maine. Sarah Deroche added two doubles, a single and two RBIs.
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Rivier 15, Husson 11
At Nashua, N.H., Rivier College scored six of the final seven goals of the game to power past Husson University of Bangor.
Rebecca Wickens had five goals and an assist to lead 6-2 Rivier. Jessica Amaral scored four goals, Alyssa Renaud had three goals and Natalie Bonvie scored two. Hannah Wyatt scored in the first half. Caleigh Bertolaccini saved five of 16 shots.
Stephanie Eaton led Husson with four goals. Megan Clement scored three times and Kim Gambon had two goals. Rebecca Hatin and Jami-Miranda Ladd both scored a goal. Alex Huffman provided the lone assist. Kaleigh Morneau turned away 19 of 34 shots.