BANGOR — Tom Burns scattered five hits and two walks while striking out six to lead the John Bapst Crusaders by the Old Town Coyotes 7-3 in the first game of a high school baseball doubleheader Saturday at Husson University’s Winkin Complex
Old Town won the second game 7-5.
Batterymate Joe Archambault contributed two singles, two RBIs and a sacrifice fly to the John Bapst victory while Justin Gagnon chipped in with four singles. Burns notched a triple and drove in a run while Matt Spear added a single and an RBI.
Eric Hoogterp paced Old Town with two singles and O.J. Monteith added a single and RBI.
OT 010 200 0 — 3 5 1
JB 006 010 x — 7 9 1
Richardson, Byther (4); Burns
In the second game, Jacob Ketel recorded a double and three RBIs to help the Coyotes edge the Crusaders.
Hoogterp and Zack Miller each chipped in with a single and an RBI for the Coyotes to back winning pitcher Garvey Melmed. Tyler Byther earned a save.
Archambault recorded two singles and drove in a run to spark the Crusaders. Cody Lyons chipped in with two singles while Burns doubled and Gagnon drove in two runs.
Old Town 214 000 0 — 7 5 2
JB 020 002 1 — 5 7 2
Melmed, Gifford (6), Byther (7) and Archambault; Gagnon, Lyons (3) and Young
MDI, Caribou split
At Bar Harbor, Stephen Hanscome recorded a two-hit complete-game shutout to give the Trojans the victory in the first game of a doubleheader 1-0. Caribou won the second game 9-6.
Sean Sadler gave up just three hits for Caribou.
In the second game, Matt Curry pitched nine innings and aided his own cause with a two-run double in the ninth inning to secure the victory for the Vikings in the second game of a doubleheader.
Ellsworth 6, Foxcroft 5
At Ellsworth, Mitchell Domagala’s single in the eighth scored Brandon Braley and provided Ellsworth with its victory over Foxcroft Academy of Dover-Foxcroft.
Domagala singled twice as did Sid St. Peter. Steve Mahon, Nick Bagley and Aaron Malone each had one single for the Eagles.
Hunter Law tripled twice and delivered four runs for the Ponies. Abe Simpson, Talon Strout and Tanner Strout each singled.
Foxcroft 000 020 30 — 5-5-3
Elllsworth 000 002 31 — 6 8-1
Simpson and B. Law; Maguire, Libby (7), Bagley (8) and Domagala
Bangor Christian sweeps Katahdin
At Bangor, Tucker Rice drove in three runs while Joshua Palmeter and Cody Collins each plated two as the Patriots rolled to the victory in the first game of a doubleheader 10-0. The Patriots won the second game 19-2.
Collins tripled and Palmeter singled for the winners (12-1).
T.J. Young and Riley Somers each singled for the Cougars of Stacyville (3-9).
Katahdin 000 00 — 0 2 3
BC 201 7x 10 5 2
D. Peters and J. Palmeter; T.J. Young, T. Porter (4) and D. Reinhart
In the second game, Joshua Palmeter recorded a double, single and three RBIs to lead the Patriots by the Cougars.
Cody Collins chipped in with a double, single and RBI for the winners (13-1) while Tucker Rice added two singles and two RBIs.
Shey Lane singled for the Cougars (3-10).
Katahdin 002 00 — 2 1 3
BC 093 61 — 19 11 2
T. Porter, D. Moody-Day (2) and D. Reinhardt; C. Collins, Z. Palmeter (2) and J. Palmeter
Lincoln Ad. 6, Oceanside 4
At Thomaston, Tim Farrar’s third hit of the game, a single in the seventh inning, snapped a 4-4 tie and gave Lincoln Academy of Newcastle its win over Oceanside.
Brady Leeman had two singles and two RBIs including a run-scoring base hit to supply an insurance run in the seventh for the Eagles (11-4)..
Sawyer Pinkham picked up the win with a complete-game effort. He allowed 10 hits and struck out eight.
Nick Mazurek belted his fifth homer of the season, a two-run shot, and had two other hits and another RBI for Oceanside (12-4). Zac Roman had two hits and scored three runs.
LA 030 001 2 — 6-11-2
Oc. 102 100 1 — 4-10-2
Belfast 4, Nokomis 0
At Belfast, Emery Dinsmore allowed only two hits and struck out nine for the complete-game win as the Lions improved to 9-6.
Kyle Artkop sparked the Lions with two singles and an RBI. Sam Kulikowski, Greg Clark and Zach Collier each chipped in with a single and an RBI while Dinsmore, Drew Stanley, Alex Flagg and Matt Smith each had a single.
Randy Upton and Jacob Nichols each singled for Nokomis of Newport.
Nokomis 000 000 0 – 0 2 0
Belfast 002 002 x– 4 9 1
Dyer, Ramsdell (7) and Winslow; Dinsmore and Artkop
Old Town sweeps John Bapst
At Husson University in Bangor, Karah Hussey (triple, two singles) and Brittney Cousins (double, single) each scored four runs to power the Coyotes to the win in game one of a doubleheader.
Old Town won the second game 16-4.
For John Bapst, Haley Hugles had one single and one RBI. Courtney Benson and Jasmine Durant each added a single.
Old Town 330 3 4 — 13
John Bapst 010 00 — 1
Martin and Milton; Duranta nd Benson
In the second game, Meaghan Leighton had a triple, two doubles, a single, drove in three runs and scored two to pace the Coyotes to the victory.
Kayla Hussey contributed three singles, a double and scored three runs.
Madi Higgins led the Crusaders with a double, single and two RBIs. Karrie O’Donnell added a single and two RBIs while Courtney Benson doubled.
Old Town 101 011 12 – 16 22 2
John Bapst 000 200 2 — 4 8 4
Hayward and Milton; Durant and Benson
MDI sweeps Caribou
At Bar Harbor, Shelby O’Neil, Avalon Kerley and Molly Carroll each drove in three runs as the Trojans picked up the win in the first game of a doubleheader 20-3. MDI won the second game 13-1.
O’Neil notched two singles, Kerley had three and Carroll had one. Sierra Myrick added a double, single and two RBIs while Kate Guarino contributed a single and two RBIs and Anna Busker had a single and an RBI. Riley Mooers and Aubrie Boyce each added a single while Darcy Kanu and Hannah Shaw each drove in a run.
Haley Littlefield earned the five-inning win, giving up a hit and a walk while striking out four.
Katie Pelletier singled for Caribou.
In the second game, Shelby O’Neil recorded a home run and two RBIs to help the Trojans roll by the Vikings.
Casssidy Parady chipped in with a single and triple for MDI while Ali Bierman, Hannah Shaw, Sierra Myrick and Avalon Kerley each added a single. Myrick also drove in a run.
Pitchers Aubrie Boyce (3 innings, 1 run, 1 hit, 0 walks, 3 strikeouts) and Haley Littlefield (2 innings, 0 runs, 2 hits, 0 walks, 1 strikeout) combined to shut down the Vikings.
Morgan Outing and Raylee Shaw each singled for Caribou.