High school baseball: Dolphins sink St. John’s

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The Battery Creek baseball team claimed its 13th win in convincing fashion on Tuesday, April 22, toppling longtime rival St. John’s 19-1 in four innings.

With the win, Battery Creek improved to 13-8.

Battery Creek pitcher Craig Capano earned the win. On the mound, Capano registered six strikeouts and walked two opposing batters in two innings.

Capano was one of the three Battery Creek pitchers to work innings in the regular-season matchup. Tim Harris and Micheal Jennings each pitched one inning in relief. Harris and Jennings combined to hold St. John’s scoreless.

Helping his pitching cause at the plate, Capano went 2-for-3 with three RBIs.

Leading the Battery Creek offensive effort, Connor Yates went 2-for-3 with four RBIs. Zach Mahan followed,. finishing 1-for-1 with a double. Mahan was also hit twice by a pitch during the contest.

Patient at the plate, Battery Creek drew 15 walks.

Battery Creek returned to action last Friday when it visited Fort Dorchester.