THOMASVILLE -- Thomas University played most ungracious hosts to visiting University of Maine-Presque Isle Sunday afternoon, sweeping a doubleheader 8-2 and 12-1.
In the opener, an 8-2 win, Danny Powers had two hits, including a home run, Brent Booker had a pair of doubles and David Guin, and Trey Mills each had one two-bagger.
TU starter Robbie Robinson worked five fine innings for the win. Jack Atkinson worked the seventh in relief.
In the nightcap, Guin socked a pair of home runs, J.T. Clark added a homer and had two other hits in a 12-1 win.
Coach Mike Lee pitched five different pitchers in the win. Chris Wiksyk , who got the win, and Jared Carter worked two innings each.
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