OAKLAND — Wyatt Adams scored seven goals and Eric Vining added six and an assist to lead Maranacook/Winthrop/Spruce Mountain (1-0) to a 19-3 win over Lawrence (o-1) in a boys lacrosse matchup played at Messalonskee High School’s turf field on Saturday afternoon.

Dylan McGarr (one goal, four assists), Bennett Ross (three goals), Sam Linton (one goal, one assist), Tom Struck (one goal, two assists) and Parker Duin (one assists) all contributed on offense.

Hawks goalie Matt Fenlason made seven saves.

BATES 15, CONNECTICUT COLLEGE 13: Malcolm Klingbell scored his third goal of the game with 3:47 left to give the Bobcats (1-11, 1-8 NESCAC) the lead in their win over the Camels (4-6, 3-5) on Senior Day in Lewiston.

Wil Masterson added a goal with 25 seconds left for Bates. Jackson Sell also had three goals, while Jack Lousararian had two goals and four assists.

Aidan McAvoy had two goals and two assists for Connecticut College.


CONNECTICUT COLLEGE 12, BATES 10: Kelly Wolin scored four goals and Emma Ognibene had a hat trick as the Camels (6-7, 1-7 NESCAC) beat the Bobcats (3-9, 1-8) in New London, Connecticut.

Trish Balser, Jordyn Tveter, Caroline Taggart and Dana Swartz each scored two goals for Bates.

THOMAS 12, UMAINE-FARMINGTON 7: Anna Chadwick scored four goals and had an assist for the Terriers in the win over the Beavers in Farmington.

Mary LaRochelle and Alia Chasse each had three goals in the win. Lauren Bartlett had a goal and an assist and Emma Lind also scored for Thomas. Lizzy Gotay made seven saves

Azure Illiano and Abby Trefsger had a pair of goals for the University of Maine at Farmington. Jade Petrie chipped in with a goal and an assist while Emma Brown and Kaya Backman had a goal each. Maddy TenKate had six saves in the loss.

Thomas outscored UMF 5-1 in the fourth quarter.


COLBY SWEEPS BATES: Jack Bohrer and John Doyle combined for an one-hitter in the Mules’ 9-0 Game 1 victory over the Bobcats in Waterville.

Bohrer started and went the first four innings allowing one hit, one walk and striking out four. Doyle went the final three innings of the seven-inning game, striking out three and allowing one walk.

Shortstop Kevin Lucey had the only hit of the game for Bates in the fourth inning.

Marcus Forrester had three hits for Colby in the first game. Brady O’Brien had two doubles and drove in two runs. Charlie Furlong’s triple in the second drove in two. Drew Miller also had two runs batted in.

Starter Corbin McAlpine allowed eight runs, four walks and had four strikeouts in nearly four innings of work for Bates. Matthew Shrake and Joe Bianchi came in as relievers in the loss.

Colby got another outstanding pitching performance in Game 2. Nicholas Thompson went seven innings, only allowing one run and three hits in the Mules’ (16-6) 5-1 win. He also struck out seven Bobcats (6-19).


Matthew Scibilio and Jack Pletter each pitched an inning in relief.

O’Brien had two more hits, including another double while driving two runs. Forrester and Cabot Maher each drove in a run for Colby.

Tyler Attal had a sacrifice fly for Bates in the top of the sixth inning.

Teddie Nelson went five innings for Bates, allowing four runs and had five strikeouts. Ian McAsian pitched three innings in relief, allowing one run. Both pitchers allowed three hits each.

BOWDOIN 10, BATES 2: Lilly Armstrong hit a three-run home run in the bottom of the first inning and the Polar Bears (12-13, 2-7 NESCAC) cruised to a win in five innings over the Bobcats (8-13, 1-8) in Brunswick.

Katryna Dukehart and Angelina Mayers also homered for Bowdoin. Shea Sullivan had two hits, including a two-run double.

Rachel Liazos had two hits for Bates.

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