WATERVILLE — Thomas College swept a doubleheader from Lyndon State on Sunday, winning the first game 7-6 in extra innings and the second 7-1 in North Atlantic Conference baseball action.

Jeffrey Richardson had three hits, scored two runs and drove in three as the Terriers won Game 1 in nine innings. Thomas Cameron and Dillon Emerson each added a pair of hits for the winners while Lawrence graduate Isiah Fleming picked up the pitching win in relief.

The Terriers scored four runs in the first inning of Game 2, capped by a two-run homer from Skowhegan’s Cody Vigue who also singled. Forest Hills grad Dylan McNally pitched three innings of one-hit relief to get the pitching win while Cameron and Vigue each pitched a scoreless sinning of relief. Thomas is 5-11, Lyndon State is 0-12.

Maine 5-3, Binghamton 2-2: The Black Bears swept a doubleheader in Orono. Maine scored five runs in the bottom of the sixth inning, capped by Mike Connolly’s two-run double. Tommy Lawrence went the distance for the pitching win, allowing one earned run, seven hits and striking out seven.

In Game 2, Troy Black doubled home the go-ahead runs in the fourth inning for Maine while the Black Bears got another strong pitching effort from A.J. Bazdanes, who went seven innings, allowed five hits and struck out four. Maine is 17-14 overall and 8-3 in America East play while Binghamton falls to 14-11 and 5-6.


Binghamton 5-8, Maine 2-4: The Black Bears dropped a doubleheader in Orono to fall to 5-28 overall and 2-3 in America East play.

Hannah Hill belted a home run in each game for Maine and scored three runs. The Fryeburg Academy grad also took the pitching loss in Game 1.

UMF 7-3, Johnson State 3-4: Cony graduate Emily Soule pitched a six-hitter and Mt. Blue grad Kaitlyn Bartlett collected three hits, including a two-run homer to lead the University of Maine at Farmington to the win in Game 1 of a North Atlantic Conference doubleheader. In Game 2, Cony grad Amy Jones doubled, tripled and drove in two runs for the Beavers in the loss. UMF is 3-4, Johnson State is 4-6.

NE College 6-5, Thomas 4-4: In Henniker, N.H., Messalonskee graduate Aylssa Eugley doubled four times and scored three runs in Game 1 but the Terriers still fell short in the NAC game. Messalonskee grad Lauren Hachey drove in three runs on a pair of hits in the first game. In Game 2, Janelle Ciomei singled three times and drove in three runs for Thomas (2-16), New England College is 5-11.

Men’s lacrosse

Thomas 12, Green Mountain 4: Sean Machin led the way with four goals and three assists as the Terriers won in Poultney, Vt.

Jordan Marino and Parker Chute each sent home three goals for the Terriers (2-5 overall, 1-2 NAC). Charlie Petrick scored twice for Green Mountain (0-7, 0-3).

Trinity 11, Colby 8: The Mules outscored the Bantams 4-1 in the fourth quarter but the deficit was too large to overcome and Colby fell in Hartford, Conn.

Matt Cohen and Rob Nogueras each scored three goals for Trinity (4-7, 2-4 NESCAC). Ian Deveau and Derek Youngman each had a pair of goals for Colby (4-6, 1-5). Tyler Will made 13 saves for the Mules.

Castleton St. 24, UMF 3: The Spartans scored 13 goals in the first quarter on their way to the convincing win in Castleton, Vt.

Zach Davidson had seven goals and two assists for Castleton (7-3, 4-0 NAC). Spencer Hunt added six goals. TC Peters had a goal and an assist for UMF (2-4, 2-2).

Women’s lacrosse

Castleton St. 20, UMF 6: The Spartans led 11-5 at the half and pulled away after the break for the win in Castleton, Vt.

Amanda Flodstrom paced Castleton (3-7, 2-0 NAC) with five goals and three assists. Brandi Whittemore also had an eight-point day, with four goals and four assists. Kate Auer and Jessica Taplin added four goals apiece.

Ayla Allen led UMF (2-6, 0-2) with three goals and one assist.

Thomas 10, Colby-Sawyer 9: Ceara DiBiase scored five goals and Gardiner graduate Jenn Day added two goals and an assist to lead the Terriers to the NAC win in Andover, N.H. Messalonskee grad Miranda Tinsman, Sara Berry and Jillian Lambert also scored for Thomas while goalie Brittany Fox posted nine saves. Thomas is 6-4 overall and 1-1 in NAC play while Colby-sawyer falls to 3-7, 1-1.

Also Sunday: Mt. Blue grad Sabrina Keach had three of Maine Maritime Academy’s four hits as the Mariners dropped a softball doubleheader to Castleton, 8-1 and 8-0. Keach was 4 for 4 in Saturday’s doubleheader sweep of Green Mountain.

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