WATERVILLE — The Colby College women’s basketball team suffered its first loss of the season Saturday, a 56-48 decision against nonconference foe Bowdoin (6-2).

Megan Phelps finished with 16 points and eight rebounds to pace the Polar Bears, while Sara Binkhorst added 15 points on 5-for-10 shooting.

Hallowell’s Carylanne Wolfington led Colby (7-1) with 15 points, while Augusta’s Mia Diplock and Caitlyn Nolan each finished with nine points.

UMF 62, LYNDON ST. 60: The Beavers survived a late push from the Hornets to remain unbeaten in North Atlantic Conference play.

Elizabeth Ferry, of Winslow, led Farmington (3-4, 3-0 NAC) with 13 points, five rebounds and three assists, while Meghan Smith added 12 points and grabbed six rebounds.

JOHNSON ST. 76, THOMAS 46: Sarah Voorhis recorded 19 points and 10 rebounds to pace the Badgers past the Terriers.

Thomas — which shot just 25.5 percent from the field for the game — was led by Gardiner graduate Katie McAllister and Jordan Agger-Barnes, who finished with 12 points and 10 rebounds, respectively.

WOMEN’S ICE HOCKEY

COLBY 9, PLYMOUTH ST. 1: Breanna Davis and Katie McLaughlin both had two goals to lead the Mules (4-4-0) to a rout of the Panthers (1-8-1) in Waterville.

Colby scored five goals in the first 10 minutes to put the game away early. Delaney Flynn, Elisa Rascia, Maddie Dewhirst, Carolyn Fuwa and Katie Tang also scored goals for the Mules.

MEN’S HOCKEY

COLBY 5, CONNECTICUT COLLEGE 5: The Camels scored three goals in the third period to hash out a tie with Mules in New London, Conn.

Colby (2-4-2, 0-4-2 NESCAC) led 5-3 with less than five minutes remaining following a four-goal outburst in the second period, but the Camels managed to net a pair of scores 20 seconds apart to tie the contest.

E.J. Rauseo led the Mules with three goals and an assist, while Devin Albert and Dan Dupont each scored once.

MEN’S BASKETBALL

JOHNSON ST. 66, THOMAS 65: Asim Khan’s bucket with six seconds remaining lifted the Badgers (1-7, 1-2 NAC) to the one-point win over the Terriers in Johnson, Vt.

Thomas (2-7, 1-2 NAC) had a chance to win it at the buzzer but Eric Westbrook’s attempt was off the mark.

Skowhegan’s Levi Barnes paced the Terriers with 17 points, while Justin Murray, of Winslow, and Owen Brown, of Waterville, poured in 10 points each off the bench.

COLBY 61, BOWDOIN 48: The Mules (6-3) snapped their eight-game losing streak against the Polar Bears dating back to January 2010 with their win over Bowdoin (4-3) in Brunswick.

Ryan Jann led three Colby players in double figures with 14 points, while Chris Hudnut chipped in with 10 points and 10 rebounds. Luke Westman added 10 points, four assists and four steals for the Mules.

DARTMOUTH 74, MAINE 51: Alex Mitola scored a game-high 18 points with four three-pointers to lead the Big Green (2-4) past the Black Bears (1-6) at Leede Arena in Hanover, N.H.

Maine never led in the contest and was held to just 32 percent (16-of-50) shooting, including a 2-for-21 performance from beyond the arc.

Troy Reid-Knight was the only Black Bear in double figures with 11, while Christian Ejiga finished with eight points and eight rebounds.

LYNDON ST. 80, UMF 75: The Beavers could not hold onto their early lead as the Hornets made their free throws down the stretch to seal a win in Lyndon Center, Vt.

Pet Sumner led UMF with 18 points, while Uriah Forest-Bulley finished 15 points and six rebounds, Sumner is five points away from becoming the 17th member of the 1,000-career points club for the Beavers.

NORWICH 96, UMA 65: The Cadets opened up a 22-point lead by halftime and never looked back in a rout of the Moose in Norwich, Conn.

Brandon Rogers scored a game-high 37 points in the loss for UMaine-Augusta (2-8), while Keith Chesley, of Clinton, chipped in with 21 points.


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