Oak Hill pitcher Sam Lindsay gets ready to deliver during a game against Wiscasset on Saturday in Wiscasset. Times Record photo by Eric Maxim

WISCASSET — The Oak Hill  baseball team traveled to Wiscasset on Saturday, looking to regain its winning ways after a set-back to Monmouth a day earlier. 

The Raiders did just that, scoring runs in five of six innings en route to a 10-0 Mountain Valley Conference victory over the Wolverines.

Oak Hill improved to 7-5, while the hosts fell to 0-9.

“Everyone chipped in, it was a good all-around game for us,” said Oak Hill center fielder Caleb Treadwell. “That’s the most important thing, playing as a team. It was hard for us to adjust at the beginning the game, but after we adjusted, we started getting hits and scoring runs working as one.

Treadwell was 2-for-3 with a pair of RBIs and two stolen bases. Isaac Morissette chipped in with a two-run single in the eight-hit attack.

Wiscasset was led by starting pitcher Haiden Dunning’s two singles at the plate. 

Oak Hill managed to plate two runs in each of the first two innings, as Dunning worked the Raiders hitters early on, prohibiting any solid contact. The righty worked around two errors and a couple of walks while fanning five hitters to prevent the Raiders from scoring more.

I try to stagger my pitches, throw each of my pitches with different speeds,” Dunning said. “I try to help out as much as I can, I work hard to just get it across.”

The Wiscasset hurler pitched around a one-out walk in the third to hold the Oak Hill lead at 4-0.

We didn’t execute at the plate as well as we wanted to,” Oak Hill coach Chad Stowell saidThat kid threw strikes; he was right around the strike zone the entire timeI think we came down here expecting not to see that many strikes and that took us a little bit to adjust to. We did a better job as the game went on.

Meanwhile, Oak Hill starter Reid Cote cruised through the Wiscasset order early on, allowing two hits, striking out five and walking one over 3 and 2/3 innings.

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