HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT — Hallowell’s Carylanne Wolfington went over 1,000 points for her career as the Colby College women’s basketball team handed Trinity a 72-63 loss Friday night.

Wolfington, who finished the game with 11 points and 1,006 for her career, eclipsed the 1,000-point plateau on a 3-pointer with 1:20 remaining in the third quarter. She was one of four Colby (10-6, 3-1 New England Small College Athletic Conference) players in double figures for the game as Haley Driscoll finished with 16 points, while Cony High graduate Mia Diplock and Desi Smith each notched 14 points.

Mackenzie Griffin had game highs of 22 points and 14 rebounds for Trinity (9-5, 0-4 NESCAC) in the loss.

NEW ENGLAND COLLEGE 54, UMF 45: The Beavers let a three-point halftime lead slip away in the final two quarters in a loss to the Pilgrims in Farmington.

Breana Martinez finished with 16 points, 11 rebounds and four steals to lead NEC (10-6, 4-5 North Atlantic Conference), which totaled 15 steals and forced 25 turnovers.

Meghan Smith had 17 points and 11 rebounds for UMF (8-6, 6-2 NAC).


COLBY-SAWYER 60, THOMAS 42: Jessica Shenkel scored a game-high 18 points to lead the Chargers over the Terriers in Waterville.

Kristin Ellis added eight points and 15 rebounds for Colby-Sawyer (10-5, 7-2 NAC) while Morgan Fogg chipped in with 10 points.

Katie McAllister, of Pittston, had 10 points and 14 rebounds for Thomas (2-14, 1-8 NAC) and Waterville Senior High graduate Ashleigh Gagne added 15 points and eight rebounds.


UMF 88, NEW ENGLAND COLLEGE 82, OT: Sean Murphy and Logan Nichols combined to score all 12 of the Beavers’ points in overtime to lift UMF (2-12, 2-6 NAC) in Farmington.

Nichols and Murphy each finished the game with 21 points. Anfernee Dent added 18 points in the win, while Mt. Blue High graduates Nick Hilton and Eric Berry scored 16 and 10 points, respectively.


Frantzy Georges led NEC (5-11, 2-7 NAC) with 28 and Dondre James added 21.

THOMAS 78, COLBY-SAWYER 70: Skowhegan graduate Levi Barnes led four Terriers in double figures with a game-high 20 points in Waterville.

Carlos Gonzalez finished with a double-double with 18 points and 13 rebounds for Thomas (8-8, 4-5 NAC), while Mike Akanji and Dayne Savage added 14 and 10 points, respectively.

Wol Majong led five Colby-Sawyer (10-5, 6-3 NAC) players in double figures with 15 points.

TRINITY 62, COLBY 60: A 3-point attempt at the buzzer was off the mark as the Mules fell short against the Bantams in Waterville.

Eric Gendron finished with 16 points for Trinity (13-4, 4-0 NESCAC), Shay Ajayi added 13 points and 10 rebounds and Ed Ogundeko also had a double-double with 11 points and 11 rebounds.


Patrick Stewart and Sam Willson both had 17 points and five rebounds for Colby (11-5, 0-4 NESCAC) in the loss.


BOSTON UNIVERSITY 5, MAINE 2: The Terriers outskated the Black Bears all evening and breezed to a victory before an announced crowd of 4,474 at Alfond Arena.

Maine (5-14-6, 2-7-2 Hockey East) sent 15 shots at Terriers goaltender Sean Maguire in the first period, but he stopped them all.

No. 11 BU (12-7-4, 6-4-3) got on the board 14:19 into the opening period when defenseman Matt Grzelcyk fired a slapshot from the left point past a screen and behind Maine netminder Matt Morris.

MIDDLEBURY 4, COLBY 2: The Panthers struck twice in the final period to pick up a win at Alfond Rink in Waterville.


Ronald Fishman, Brendan McGovern, Andrew Neary and Zach Haggerty each had goals for Middlebury (5-6-4, 4-4-1 NESCAC).

Colby (5-7-4, 3-6-2 NESCAC) got both of its goals in the second period from John Sdao and Scott Fenwick, respectively.


AMHERST 4, COLBY 1: The Lord Jeffs scored three unanswered goals to break a 1-1 tie and pull away for a win over the Mules in Amherst, Massachusetts.

Caroline Bomstein, Erin Martin, Emma Griese and Jocelyn Hunyadi each had goals for the Lord Jeffs (10-1-3, 6-1-3 NESCAC) in the win.

Megan Fortier had the lone goal for Colby (5-8-3, 3-5-1 NESCAC) while Angelica Crites made 34 saves in goal.



CARRABASSETT VALLEY — Mardi Haskell had a career-best second place finish to help Colby College to a third-place result in the women’s giant slalom at the Colby Carnival at Sugarloaf. The Mules finished with 106 points and behind both the University of New Hampshire (110) and Darmouth College (119).

Haskell posted a combined time of 2:06.45 for her two runs to finish behind the time of 2:04.96 posted by Dartmouth’s Foreste Peterson. Sierra Leavitt added an eighth-place result for Colby while Destrey Enders finished 15th.

On the men’s side, the Mules finished in sixth place with 66 points. New Hampshire took top billing with 115 points, followed by the University of Vermont (109), Dartmouth (98) and Middlebury (98).

Michael Boardman paced Colby with a 10th place result in 2:03.48, while Jack Autry was 24th and Max Richard, of Farmington, placed 31st.

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