High school baseball and softball

Mariners, Windjammers sweep opponents in May 21 play

Panther softball also secures victory; Brooke Dugan belts grand slam for Oceanside
By Staff | May 22, 2014
Photo by: Mark Haskell Camden Hills shortstop Aubrey Pennington, left, holds his glove — and the ball — up for the umpire to see as Mount View's Mikey Hustus watches during a May 21 high school baseball game in Rockport. The host Windjammers beat the Mustangs of Thorndike 2-0.

Knox and Lincoln County high school baseball and softball squads were in action at home or on the road Wednesday, May 21, a scenario which saw a mixed bag of results for Midcoast squads.

Camden Hills swept Mount View of Thorndike, while Medomak Valley and Belfast garnered a split, with the Lion baseball and Panther softball teams picking up wins. Both Oceanside squads also posted convincing, 5-inning victories over host Maine Central Institute of Pittsfield.

Click for photos from the Mount View at Camden Hills softball game.

Click for photos from the Mount View at Camden Hills baseball game.

Click for photos from the Belfast at Medomak Valley baseball game.

Click for photos from the Belfast at Medomak Valley softball game.

The following is a recap of reported results:

Softball

Camden Hills 9, Mount View 2

At Rockport May 21, the Windjammers picked up their sixth win and prevailed by seven runs.

Leading Camden Hills at the plate were Hannah Bode (single), Maddie Bowman (2 singles, 2 runs), Natalie Hamalainen (double, single, run, RBI), Juliana Haynes (single, run), Bekah Hilt (single, run) and Charlotte Messer (2 singles, run).

For Mount View, Kersey Boulay (single, run), Dinah Bilodeau (double, single), Krysta Porter (2 singles), Alex Fowler (3 singles) and Lindsay Morong (single) paced the offense.

Camden Hills pitching allowed nine hits and two walks, with seven strikeouts. Dinah Bilodeau pitched for Mount View, allowing nine hits and three walks, with one strikeout.

In the Maine Principals' Association Heal Point Standings for Eastern Class B, Camden Hills (6-6, 38.2813 points) is seventh, while Mount View (2-10, 4.7266 points) is 17th. Nokomis of Newport (12-0, 71.3281 points) is first in the 19-team region. The top 13 teams qualify for the playoffs.

Oceanside 20, Maine Central Institute 6 (5 inns.)

At Pittsfield May 21, the Mariners sailed to their eighth win as they bested the Huskies by 14 runs. Oceanside scored in each inning, including three runs in the first, two in the second, four in the third, two in the fourth and nine in the fifth. MCI scored three in the first, two in the second and one in the fourth.

Paige Tyler and Alexis Davis pitched for Oceanside, allowing five hits and eight walks, with four strikeouts. Haley Stewart and Jody Bickford pitched for MCI, scattering 17 hits, seven walks and one hit batter, with three strikeouts.

Brooke Dugan turned in an impressive performance at the plate for Oceanside as she belted a grand slam, tripled and singled, and knocked in six runs.

Also chipping in for the Mariners were Trittany Penn (triple, 2 singles), Kayln Grover (2 singles, RBI), Ari Curtis (triple, single, 3 RBIs), Alexis Mazurek (2 singles, RBI), Brianna Dugan (double, RBI), Maggie Drinkwater (single, RBI), Rachel Robinson (single, RBI) and Caitlin Raye (single).

For MCI, Bri Losee (2 singles), Haley Stewart (double), Riley Ward (single) and Paige Topel (single) paced the offense.

In the Maine Principals' Association Heal Point Standings for Eastern Class B, Oceanside (7-4, 39.2969 points) is sixth, while Nokomis of Newport (12-0, 71.3281 points) is first in the 19-team region. The top 13 teams qualify for the playoffs.

Medomak Valley 5, Belfast 1

At Waldoboro May 21, the Panthers plated all five of their runs in the first inning and roared to victory over the Lions. Belfast scored its lone run in the seventh inning.

Leading Medomak Valley at the plate was Hannah Marks (triple, 2 RBIs), Lauren Guptill (2 singles, RBI) and Stephanie Hill (2 singles).

For Belfast, Ashley Littlefield (single) and Mariah Sturgis (single) paced the offense.

Marks pitched for the Panthers, allowing two hits and no walks, with eight strikeouts.

Littlefield pitched for Belfast, allowing seven hits and two walks, with nine strikeouts.

In the Maine Principals’ Association Heal Point Standings for Eastern Class B, Belfast (5-7, 26.4063 points) is 10th, while Medomak Valley (4-8, 20.5078 points) is 11th. Nokomis (12-0, 72.6953 points) is first in the 19-team region. The top 13 teams qualify for the playoffs.

Baseball

Camden Hills 2, Mount View 0

At Rockport May 21, the Windjammers plated one run in the first and second innings and received a strong outing from pitcher Sam Berry en route to their ninth win.

Berry allowed three hits on the hill for the Windjammers, walking one and striking out seven in the victory. Nathan Wren also had a strong outing for the Mustangs, allowing only four hits and three walks, with three strikeouts.

Offensively, Henry Laurita (2 singles), Sam Gimlewicz (double) and Andrew Hall (single) paced Camden Hills, while Emmett Shell, Wren and Mikey Hustus singled for Mount View.

In the Maine Principals' Association Heal Point Standings for Eastern Class B, Camden Hills (9-3, 68.9453 points) is second, while Oceanside of Rockland/Thomaston (9-2, 68.9453 points) is first in the 19-team region. The top 13 teams qualify for the playoffs.

Oceanside 21, Maine Central Institute 0 (5 inns.)

At Pittsfield May 21, the Mariners went on the offensive against the host Huskies and prevailed by three touchdowns. Oceanside scored in each frame, scoring one in the first, five in the second, two in the third, 11 in the fourth and two in the fifth.

Jimmy Strong pitched a complete-game, one-hit shutout for Oceanside, walking three and striking out seven against MCI. Jeff Bodwell's third-inning single accounted for the only Husky hit.

Paul Dionne, Cody Robbins, Jason Song and Alex Bertrand pitched for the hosts, allowing a combined 13 hits, 10 walks, three hit batters and one balk, with one strikeout.

Leading the potent Oceanside offense were Nick Mazurek (double), Mazlin Higbee (double, 3 RBIs), Caleb Jacob (3 singles, 3 runs), J.T. Tobin (2 singles), Zach Peaco (2 singles), Thomas Curtis (single, 2 RBIs), Strong (single), Zac Roman (single, RBI) and Travis Frye (single, RBI).

In the Maine Principals' Association Heal Point Standings for Eastern Class B, Oceanside (9-2, 68.9453 points) is first in the 19-team region. The top 13 teams qualify for the playoffs.

Belfast 12, Medomak Valley 0 (5 inns.)

At Waldoboro May 21 the Lions roared out of the gate in the early innings and prevailed via the mercy rule. Belfast scored four runs in the first, six in the second and two in the third.

Leading Belfast at the plate were Alex Flagg (2 singles, stolen base, 2 runs), Emery Dinsmore (2 singles, 2 runs), Greg Clark (home run), Drew Stanley (double, single, 3 runs, RBI), Lucien Gordley-Smith (3 singles, 2 runs, 2 RBIs), Zach Collier (single, run, RBI), Matt Smith (double, single, stolen base, run, 3 RBIs) and Sam Kulikowski (single, RBI).

For Medomak Valley, Micah Williamson doubled and singled, while Nicholas DePatsy also had a base hit.

Dinsmore went the distance on the mound for the Lions, as the left-hander allowed three hits and two walks, with nine strikeouts. Williamson and Adam Wilcox pitched for Medomak Valley, allowing 15 hits and no walks, with seven strikeouts.

In the Maine Principals' Association Heal Point Standings for Eastern Class B, Belfast (6-6, 35.1563 points) is seventh, while Medomak Valley (3-9, 8.2031 points) is 18th. Oceanside of Rockland/Thomaston (9-2, 68.9453 points) is first in the 19-team region. The top 17 teams qualify for the playoffs.

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