Sea Dogs rained out for fourth time in a week

The Portland Sea Dogs’ game against the Hartford Yard Goats on Tuesday night at Hadlock Field was postponed by rain.

The game will be made up as part of a doubleheader at 5 p.m. Tuesday, May 16.

The rainout is the fourth for the Sea Dogs in the past week. Rain forced postponement of Portland’s games in Binghamton last Wednesday and Thursday. Friday’s scheduled game at Hadlock Field against Trenton also was washed out.


BOYS’ LACROSSE: Derek Muse had five goals and three assists as Berwick Academy (4-4) held off Landmark High School (2-2) for a 15-10 win at South Berwick.

Byron Welch added four goals, and Jack Mareick had three goals and two assists for Berwick.


MEN’S BASKETBALL: Point guard and Final Four most outstanding player Joel Berry II is withdrawing from the NBA draft to return for his senior season.

N.C. State freshman Ted Kapita has made himself eligible for the NBA draft but isn’t hiring an agent.

 Kentucky freshman Bam Adebayo will hire an agent and stay in the NBA draft. He is the fifth Wildcat to leave school for the June draft.

SOFTBALL: Bates led 3-0 after five innings and held off a late rally on its way to a 3-2 victory against Husson (24-10) in the first game of a doubleheader in Lewiston.

Olivia Maynard hit a two-run single for Husson in the seventh inning to cut the lead to 3-2.

In the second game, Husson racked up 13 hits in an 11-5 win over Bates (10-13).

BASEBALL: Jonathan Bennett hit a two-run single as part of a six-run sixth inning as UMaine cruised past the University of Maine at Presque Isle 8-1 at Mahaney Diamond in Orono.

The Black Bears improved to 15-20, the Owls fell to 3-25.

Antonio Martinez scored the tying run for Thomas (3-29, 3-15 NAC) on a throwing error in the sixth and the game was called off due to darkness in the 11th inning as Thomas (3-29-1) and Colby (9-20-1) tied 2-2 at Waterville.

WOMEN’S LACROSSE: Nicole Carvalho scored five goals to lead the University of New England (9-7, 6-2 Commonwealth Coast Conference) to a 14-10 win over the Curry College (7-10, 2-6) in Milton, Massachusetts.

Jocelyn Davee added three goals for UNE, and Korinne Bohunsky and Anna Stowell each scored twice.

Abby Carnevale led Curry with three scores.

Maritza Nary recorded 10 saves for UNE, and Rachel Smith stopped 12 shots for Curry.

MEN’S LACROSSE: Alex Zadworny scored six goals to lead UNE (12-4, 5-2 CCC) to a 22-8 victory over Curry (9-7, 3-4) in Milton, Massachusetts.

Dan Auger added four goals for UNE.

Devin Newell led Colby with three goals.

– From staff and news report