BRUNSWICK — The Bangor Rams scored a run in the sixth and the game winner in the seventh on a single by Trevor DeLaite for a 4-3 high school baseball victory over the Brunswick Dragons Monday.

DeLaite was the lone repeat hitter for the Rams with two singles and two RBIs to help his cause.

Bangor improves to 5-1 behind a gritty pitching performance by DeLaite. He scattered seven hits while striking out 10 batters.

For Brunswick, John Parker allowed just six hits and struck out seven. Cam Berry and Parker were the only repeat hitters for the 2-3 Dragons.

Bangor 002 001 1 — 4 6 2

Brunswick 001 200 0 — 3 7 1

DeLaite and Fournier; Parker and Lewis

Bangor Chr. 10, Piscataquis 9

At Guilford, Matt Chretien had a two-run double among only six hits to help the Patriots edge the Pirates.

Jon Cormier hit a two-run single and Josh Palmeter doubled for Bangor Christian to back relief winner Dean Grass.

Doran LaBree provided an RBI single for Piscataquis Community.

BC 203 200 3 — 10 6 2

PCHS 100 501 2 — 9 10 10

Brewer 9, Edward Little 3

At Auburn, Evan Riva fired a four-hitter and gave up only one earned run to help the Witches beat the Red Eddies.

Riva struck out eight and walked three. He was backed by seven runs in the first three innings. Kobe Rogerson and Matt Pushard hit run-scoring singles for Brewer and Jacob Currier reached base four times.

Brewer 234 000 0 — 9 10 3

Edward Little 120 000 0 — 3 4 1

Riva and Maxsimic; Jensen, Jipson (3), Knapp (7) and Varney

Orono 8, Bucksport 5

At Orono, Kaleb Bouchard’s two-run double in the sixth inning gave the Red Riots a 7-5 lead en route to the victory.

Dillon Cyr chipped in with two singles and an RBI for Orono while Connor McCluskey added a single, double and RBI. Kam Hines notched a double and two RBIs and Jackson Coutts singled. Nate DeSisto (nine strikeouts) earned the win.

Jack Cyr doubled and drove in three runs for the Bucks. J

Bucks. 500 000 0 — 5 10 2

Oro. 203 003 x — 8 7 1

Bowden; DeSisto

John Bapst 6, Lee 3

At Lee, reliever Tom Hanscom pitched a stellar four-inning shutout to help John Bapst earn the win over the Pandas. He allowed three hits and had eight strikeouts.

Nate Smith had a double and a single while Harrison Dieuveuil and Spencer Baron each added 2 singles to lead the Crusader offense.

Lee Academy’s Ken Galbreath singled twice and Ashish Nayan had a two-RBI single. Sam Mallett struck out eight batters in four innings of relief.

John Bapst improves to 2-3 while Lee Academy’s record falls to 0-3.

JB 002 010 3 — 6 8 2

LA 210 000 0 — 3 4 6

Dieuveiul, Hanscom (4) and Baron; Haynes, Mallett (4) and Mallett, Galbreath (4)

Houlton 15, Mattanawcook 9

At Houlton, the Shiretowners rallied from a five-run deficit to earn the win.

Dan Howe sparked Houlton with three hits, four RBIs and scored four runs.

MA 016 100 1 — 9

Houl. 203 433 x — 15

D. Smith and Hanscom; Howe, Dee (3) and Drew

Old Town 15, MDI 0

At Old Town, Dana Ouellette just needed 46 pitches to get the five-inning win as he yielded just a first-inning single.

Old Town unleashed a 16-hit attack.

Eric Hoogterp had two doubles and two singles, T.J. Crawford had a pair of triples and a single and Tyler Young and Adam Richardson each had two singles.

Searsport 4, Penobscot Valley 0

At Lloyd Rainey Field in Searsport, Troy Reynolds fired a no-hitter as the Vikings picked up the win over the Howlers.

Reynolds struck out 15 while Kyle Moore led the offense with three singles and an RBI.

PVHS 000 000 0 — 0 0 4

Sears. 100 300 x — 4 8 2

Spencer and A. Thompson; Reynolds and Grant

Stearns 25, Penquis 3

At Millinocket, Zack Bouchard went 3 for 4 with 5 RBI’s to power Stearns to the win.

Mitchell Bradford contributed three hits and four RBI’s for the Minutemen. For Penquis, Coliin Beckett, Noah Allen and Philip Cook each had one hit.

PV 003 00 — 3 4 5

Stearns 121 94 — 25 17 2

Cook, Peterson, and Nickerson; Morneault and Dumas

Softball

Bangor 16, Brunswick 0

At Brunswick, Skylar Cassum and Cordelia Stewart combined on a no-hitter, striking out 12, en route to Bangor’s win over Brunswick.

Sydni Cosgrove had a pair of doubles and drove in two runs for the Rams and Stewart had two singles and four RBIs. Alexis Hafford contributed two singles and two RBIs.

Edward Little 12, Brewer 0

At Auburn, Jordyn Reynolds (3 RBI’s) and Emmy Lashua (3 runs scored) each paced Edward Little with 3 singles en route to the win.

Emily Lord and Delany Davis each had two singles for 2-2 Brewer.

Brewer 000 00 0 — 4 7 0

EL 320 52 — 12 13 1

Chapman Davis (4) and Pellegrino; Murray and Lashua

Bucksport 14, Orono 1

At Orono, the Golden Bucks scored five times in the first inning on the way to a five-inning win over the Red Riots.

For Bucksport, Sami Goode pitched five innings and struck out five.

Orono was led by Lizzie White, who singled, doubled and scored a run.

GSA 10, Central 2

At Corinth, Adreanna Simmons pitched a two-hitter and struck out eight to lead the Eagles to victory. Ally Snow paced the offense for George Stevens Academy of Blue Hill with two singles, while Katrina Limeburner hit a two-run double and Olivia Stevenson posted a two-run single.

Tasha Miller and Cheyenne Edgerly singled for Central.

GSA 142 030 0 — 10 10 2

Central 010 100 0 — 2 2 5

Simmons and Mullen; Smith, Kirlin (2) and Oko

Cony 14, Hampden 2

At Augusta, Arika Brochu tossed a five-hitter, striking out 11, to lead Cony to the win.

Sydney Cheever homered, doubles and singled twice for the winners.

Julia Sichard had two singles for Hampden Academy and Mikala Leland doubled.

John Bapst 18, Lee 4

At Lee, Madi Higgins had two singles, four RBI’s and scored three times to power John Bapst to victory over the Pandas.

Gina Cambria added two singles, an RBI and scored four runs for the winners. Carley Scanlon chipped in a single and scored three runs.

Lee Academy’s Kaylie Sawtelle had a double and an RBI while Brianna Spaulding doubled and scored a run.

John Bapst 273 33 — 18 5 2

Lee Acad. 003 01 — 4 3 4

Massey, Soucie (4), and Scanlon, Cambria (4); Glidden, Spaulding (3), Albert (5) and Sawtelle

Mattanawcook 15, Houlton 0

At Houlton, Mattanawcook capitalized on 15 walks and 5 errors committed by Houlton en route to the victory. Courtney McIntyre struck out 8 and only allowed two hits to earn the win.

Lauren Page had a home run while Cheyanne Libby and Holly McLaughlin both had two hits to pace the Lynx offense.

Searsport 12, Penobscot Valley 3

At Searsport, Brittany Ward went 4 for 4 with a triple, two doubles and a single while driving in three runs to lead the Vikings to victory. From the mound, Ward struck out 15 while giving up four hits.

For the Howlers, Kortney McKechne had two doubles with two RBI’s while Eryn Tuulima and Kasha Sereyko each doubled.

Searsport 320 304 x — 12 16 3

PVHS 100 200 0 — 3 4 5

McKinnon and Workman; Ward and Ogden

Highview Chr. 14, Temple Academy 6

At the Union Street Complex in Bangor on Saturday, after suffering an injury in the first game of a doubleheader, Kelsea McDonald came back in the second game and struck out 14 to lead Highview Christian of Charleston by Temple Academy of Waterville.

McDonald allowed no earned runs as Highview improved to 3-1. McDonald came back after being cleated in her pitching hand five batters into the first game.