The Havre Comets, sparked by a game-winning hit by Mark Benjamin in an 11-10 victory in the first game, swept a doubleheader from Fort McLeod Saturday at Legion Field.
The Havre bats exploded for 18 hits and 11 runs in the opener, edging Fort McLeod by one run in the 8-inning affair.
Havre scored four runs in the fourth on three consecutive hits, including an RBI single by Tyson Roe and a two-run double by Steve Heberly, to give the Comets a 9-8 lead.
The Comets added another run in the fifth on an RBI single by Roe, giving Havre a two-run advantage.
Fort McLeod battled back in the sixth and seventh, scoring one run in each inning to tie the score at 10-all.
With two outs in the bottom of the eighth inning, Heberly reached on an error by the Royals' shortstop and later moved to third on a wild pitch. Benjamin followed with the game-winning RBI single.
The Comets were led by Tyler Thompson's 4-for-5 effort and Heberly, who went 4-for-6 with two RBI and three runs scored.
Benjamin went 3-for-5 with three RBI, Cory Junck and Roe both added two hits and two RBI.
In the other game of the doubleheader, Havre pulled out a 5-2 win on only six hits.
The Comets scored three runs in the first on two hits and one Royal error.
Heberly and Garrett Drake led off the game with back-to-back singles, and Junck followed with a walk to load the bases.
Daine Solomon drove in the first run of the game with a fielder's choice, and advanced to second on a throwing error by the shortstop. Both Drake and Solomon later scored on two consecutive passed balls, giving Havre a 3-0 lead.
Fort McLeod would come back and score one run of their own in the top of the second, cutting the Comets' lead to two.
But that lead would soon be stretched to three as Havre scored another run in the bottom of the second.
Havre also scored one run in the sixthto increase the lead to four.
The Royals would come back in the seventh and score one more run, but fell short as the Comets finished the sweep with a 5-2 victory.
Heberly tossed a complete game for Havre and allowed only four hits.
The Comets will face the Northstars at Legion Field on Wednesday.