STAFF REPORT

University of Southern Maine junior Bethany Dumas isn’t where she wants to be, but she was plenty good Saturday at the Bryant University Invitational track meet.

Dumas, a fomer Cony standout, cleared 11 feet in the pole vault to win the event. She also finished seventh in the 100-meter hurdles with a time of 15.90.

“The meet went well,” said Dumas. “I didn’t get the height I wanted, but as far as technique goes, I’m coming around.”

Dumas cleared 11-feet, 6 inches in a meet last weekend at Florida State University.

“I’d like to get 12 feet this year,” she added.

Women’s lacrosse

Castleton State 22, Thomas 4: Senior Kiley Jolicoeur, of Oakland, scored three goals for the Terriers (1-4) but it wasn’t enough in a North Atlantic Conference game in Castleton, Vt.

Amanda Flodstrom scored two goals to lead the Spartans (5-2).

Baseball

Trinity 13-15, Colby 2-6: Stephen Rogers went a combined to go 5-for-9 and seven RBIs to lead te Bantams to the New England Small College Athletic Conference doubleheader sweep in Hartford.

Trinity (12-5) scored 28 runs and banged out 18 hits in 16 innings on the day.

Colby, which dropped to 6-9, has lost 16 consecutive games to Trinity.

Softball

Maine 6, BU 1: Beth Spoehr pitched a complete game, allowing just five hits, and Meghan McLain hit a three-run homer to lead the Bacl Bears in Boston.

Maine improved to 14-20 overall, 5-1 in America East play.

Spoehr struck out seven and allowed just the one run.

BU dropped to 18-10 overall, 4-2 in conference play.

Also Sunday: Mary Lewis, of Gardiner, had an RBI single for the Bates College softball team in a 9-3 loss to Tufts.


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