Mariner baseball, Warrior softball remain unbeatenNo. 1 Oceanside baseball continues hot at 7-0, first in Eastern Class B
Thomaston — Two unbeaten teams were on the diamonds Thursday, May 8 as the Oceanside baseball and softball squads hosted Nokomis of Newport in a pair of Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference Class B regular-season tilts.
In the end, both unbeaten squads remained as Mariner baseball posted a 5-1 win and Warrior softball prevailed 11-2.
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The following is a recap of those games:
Oceanside 5, Nokomis 1
At Thomaston May 8, the Mariners got a pair of home runs from senior catcher J.T. Tobin and sailed to victory over the Warriors.
Tobin hit a three-run home run in the first inning and added a solo shot in the fifth, while Oceanside added another run in the sixth inning when Travis Frye singled and later came in to score on an error. Nokomis scored its lone run in the seventh inning.
Tobin (2 home runs, single, 4 RBIs), Frye (single), Nick Judge (single) and Zac Roman (single, run) paced Oceanside, while Ray Girrior (2 doubles) and Jacob Nichols (double) led Nokomis.
Ryan Allender tossed a complete-game four-hitter for Oceanside, walking none and striking out for. Girrior and Andrew Dyer allowed six hits and one walk, with one strikeout on the hill for Nokomis.
In the Maine Principals' Association Heal Point Standings for Eastern Class B, Oceanside (7-0, 26.9531 points) is first in the 19-team region. The top 13 teams qualify for the playoffs.
Nokomis 11, Oceanside 2
At Thomaston May 8, the Warriors got a grand slam from Courtney Carlson in the third inning and remained unbeaten with a triumph over the Mariners. Nokomis scored four runs in the third inning, one run in the fourth and fifth stanzas and five in the sixth. Oceanside's scored one run in both the third and seventh innings.
Leading the Mariners at the plate were Brooke Dugan (home run), Trittany Penn (single, triple, RBI), Madelyn Young (double), Kalyn Grover (single), Paige Tyler (single) and Alexis Davis (single).
Mikayla Charters also homered for Nokomis.
Tyler and Davis pitched for the hosts, allowing six hits, 13 walks and two hit batters, with 10 strikeouts. Sara Packard allowed seven hits and one walk, with five strikeouts in the pitching circle for Nokomis.
In the Maine Principals' Association Heal Point Standings for Eastern Class B, Oceanside (4-3, 10.5469 points) is fifth, while Old Town (7-0, 22.3047 points) is first in the 19-team region. The top 13 teams qualify for the playoffs.