The Bells combined to pound out 10 hits including two by Locker, a pair from Travis Anderson, and two more from Junnior Dishmey-Perez.
On the mound, the Bells shared the work with Cordell Greene throwing four inning of two-hit baseball before Danny Hennigs and Ben Ruff held the Bucks hitless through the final five innings. Hennigs was credited with the win after three innings on the hill.
Bellingham took control of the game in the fourth inning on Locker’s blast. The team added another run in the inning on a sacrifice fly by Mike Chiarelli.
The Bells added to their lead with one run in the fifth inning and put up two more runs in the sixth.
The same two teams return to Joe Martin Field on Saturday, July 17, for the final game of the two-game series. First pitch is scheduled for 6:35 p.m. and fans can still purchase tickets by calling the Bells Ticket Office at 527-1035.