WATERVILLE — Kelsey Yardumian pitched six shutout innings in her first appearance of the season as the Colby softball team beat the University of Maine at Farmington 8-0 on Thursday.

Yardumian, who missed the first 24 games due to an injury, allowed just three hits, struck out six and walked five for Colby (11-14). The game was called after six innings because of the eight-run rule.

Katherine Zafirson had a two-run single in the second inning as Colby took control.

Hall-Dale graduate Carylanne Wolfington scored a pair of runs for Colby.

Shelby Bryant, Haley Berry and Hannah Lust all had singles fof UMF.

College baseball

Colby Sawyer 3-5, UMaine Farmington 1-1: The Chargers secured a North Atlantic Conference playoff spot with a doubleheader sweep over the Beavers in New Loudon, N.H.

Tom Grady plated the lone run for UMF (8-19, 7-15 NAC) in the first game. Colby-Sawyer (17-15, 12-8 NAC) scored all three of its runs in the first inning.

Grady also scored the lone run for the Beavers in the second game, scoring on a double-play. The Chargers plated three of their five runs in the fourth inning, highlighted by an RBI double by Kyle Greenwood.

High school baseball

Mt. View 13, Medomak Valley 0, 5 innings: Nathan Wren allowed one hit in five innings of work and also had two doubles and three RBIs as the Mustangs cruised to a KVAC B win in Waldoboro.

Wren struck out eight and walked two to earn the win for Mt. View (1-3). Mikey Hustus added a double, a single, two runs scored and two RBIs, while Ashton Reynolds had two hits, and an RBI and Kyle Turner, a double, two walks, two RBIs and two runs scored. Ricky Moulton chipped in with a double a single and an RBI.

Medomak Valley falls to 0-4.


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