BANGOR – Husson baseball had its record 15-game win streak snapped by Thomas on Thursday night, but the Eagles wasted no time returning the favor.
Husson took Game 1 7-3. Cam Graham went the distance giving up three runs on six hits, while Daniel May wore the loss for Thomas.
Offensively, it was a big day for the Ellsworth grad Jackson Curtis, who homered in Game 1 along with Ethan Stoddard.
In Game 2, it was all Husson again, this time scoring seven runs in the first inning, then adding six in the third.
Harrison Lendrum earned the win while Jackson Thayer picked up the three inning save.
The Eagles saw production up and down their lineup, but again it was Curtis leading the way going 2-4 with a double and three RBI.
“Thomas is a tough team. We talked about it. They’re a momentum team. You give them any momentum, they’re going to take advantage of it. Today we kind of put an end to that,” Curtis said after the game.
Husson and Thomas will play another double-header on Sunday beginning at 1 p.m.