WATERVILLE — Chris Farrar pitched a complete game in the opener and Danny Burke allowed three runs in 61/3 innings in the second game as the Thomas College baseball team swept a doubleheader against the University of Maine at Farmington, winning the first game 5-4 and the second 4-3.

In the opener, Farrar, a Messalonskee graduate, allowed eight hits and four earned runs, while striking out three. He was given a lead when Daniel Lerardi singled, stole second and third and scored on a sacrifice fly by Ben Goodall. The Terriers tacked on two more runs in the fourth on an RBI single by Taylor Livingston and a steal of home by Jake Chamblee to take a 5-2 lead.

Farmington took a 2-0 lead in the first on a sac fly by Jack MacVane and an error. Thomas tied it on a home run by Rob Nutter and an RBI single by Chamblee.

UMF rallied for a pair of runs in the seventh when Alex Goldrup tripled to drive in a run and Winthrop graduate Rusty Schmelzer hit a sac fly, but couldn’t complete the comeback.

In the second game, Burke allowed 10 hits and struck out four.

Thomas took a 2-0 lead in the first an a two-run double by Nutter. UMF took a 3-2 lead in the third, but Thomas took the win when Skowhegan graduate Cody Vigue hit a two-run double.

Southern Maine 11, Colby 10: Richard Newton had his 100th career hit but the Mules lost to the Huskies in Gorham.

Nikolas Atsalis had two hits, drove in two runs and scored three times for Colby (10-11).
 

Women’s lacrosse

Husson 16, Thomas 7: Kim Gambon scored five goals as the Eagles defeated the Terriers in a North Atlantic Conference East Division game in Bangor.

For Thomas (2-6), Ceara DiBiase, Megan Denby and Kiley Jolicoeur, a Messalonskee graduate, all scored two goals.

For Husson (5-3), Stephanie Eaton, a Gardiner graduate, had four goals and three assists.

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