Kyle Hould notched 3 hits and drove in a pair of runs to power the Dracut High baseball team to a 15-5 victory over Tyngsboro during the Mickey Sullivan Classic at LeLacheur Park on Thursday.

Mickey Sullivan Classic

Dracut 15

Tyngsboro 5

Ryan Talbot also starred for Dracut with 2 hits, a double, 2 RBI and 4 runs scored, while Kyle Cox added 2 hits.

Devin Lambert, Matt Miller, John Cormier (2 RBI), Chris Nugent, Joe Donnelly, Adam Berger, Mike Patterson and Austin Chausse all had hits for the Middies.

Jared Fahey got the win, allowing 5 hits and 4 earned runs in 5 innings. Sophomore Sean Mcmeniman pitched 2 innings in relief, giving up 2 hits.

For Tyngsboro, Phil Sutherland took the loss.

Garrett Vigneault led the Tigers with 2 hits and 2 RBI.

The second game featured Lowell Catholic vs. Greater Lowell. No details were known as of presstime.

Regular season

Austin Prep 5

Chelmsford 3

In a nine-inning non-league marathon in Chelmsford, the visitors escaped with a hard-fought win.

Mike Untracht, Jack Beauchesne and Shea Ryan all pitched well as the Lions were nipped. Mike Vecchione collected 2 hits, while Ryan Hart ripped a hit and Chris Rabias added a hit and RBI for Chelmsford.

Bishop Guertin 5

Man. Central 0

Sophomore Brett Anderson pitched a complete-game one-hitter, striking out 15 and walking only 1.

BG was led offensively by Sam Boudreau (2-for-3, 2 RBI), Tony Gallinaro (3 walks, 3 runs, 3 steals) and Anderson, who went 1-for-3 with an RBI.

Arlington Catholic 4

Shawsheen 2

Sean Flagg went the distance on the mound for Shawsheen Tech, scattering 10 hits while recording 2 strikeouts in 6 innings.

Craig Meland led the way on offense with a run-scoring single.

James Alagna had 1 hit, while Nick Nardella and Steve Basler scored 1 run each for the Rams (7-5).

Central Catholic 10

Billerica 5

Joey Sanchez had 4 hits and scored a run while leading Central Catholic (10-3) past the Indians in an MVC game.

Central Catholic 8

Lowell 0

Central Catholic defeated Lowell in an MVC Division 1 game Wednesday night.

Anderson Jimenez, Ethan Gofstein and Brett Lepoer (double) had 1 hit each for Lowell.