Thursday, April 17, 2014
By Steve Craig firstname.lastname@example.org
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“She does like to rub it in occasionally,” Auger said.
As it turns out, Capobianco was right to have some reservations about pairing Auger with Hagerman on that initial visit.
“Lindsay made me sleep with her Scarborough state championship blanket,” Auger said with a laugh. “I don’t think Coach knows about that.”
Keene State freshman Cody Dube of Windham, an All-Telegram pick as a senior, is batting .301 with 10 RBI in 20 games for the Owls (9-14). He’s also been used four times as a long reliever and is 3-1 with a 2.81 ERA in 16 innings.
Louie DiStasio of Westbrook (Cheverus), another 2012 All-Telegram pick, has made six appearances in relief for the University of Rhode Island (14-16). In 10 innings the freshman has struck out 14.
MEN’S TRACK & FIELD
Wheaton College senior Sam Fear of Bath (North Yarmouth Academy) was named last week’s New England Women’s and Men’s Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) Field Athlete of the Week. Fear earned the award based on his fifth-place finish in the high jump at the Roadrunner Invitational, clearing a season-high 6 feet, 0.75 inches.
Saint Michael’s College sophomore Kate Boyer of Standish (Bonny Eagle) recorded her fifth hat trick in 10 games this season in Saturday’s 11-8 victory against American International.
Wheaton College improved its NEWMAC record to 3-0 (5-4 overall) with a 13-5 win against Smith as junior Leila Mills of Brunswick scored two goals, giving her 18 on the season. First-year Allie Bush of Kennebunk scored once, her sixth of the season. Also contributing are junior midfielder Hayley Bright of Cumberland (North Yarmouth Academy), who has made eight starts with two goals and an assist, and sophomore middie Kelsie Jenquine of Brunswick (6 games, 1 start).
Bentley freshman Malcolm Oliver of Damariscotta (Lincoln Academy) shot a two-day total of 75-75-149 to finish sixth individually, second on the team, and help the Falcons win the 13-team Peter King Memorial at Long Island National Golf Club. Bentley entered the tourney ranked eighth in the NCAA Division II East Region, beating No. 7 UMass-Lowell, No. 5 Concordia and No. 6 Dowling.
Wentworth Institute of Technology junior midfielder Chris Kipp of Scarborough is fourth on the team in scoring (19 goals, 3 assists) and had a team-high three goals in an 11-6 win against Gordon coming off the bench.
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