The Medomak Valley junior varsity baseball and softball squads, as well as the Camden Hills boys lacrosse team, realized recent field success.

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A recap of recently reported jayvee game/match results includes:


At Waldoboro May 12, Medomak Valley clawed back from a 6-0 deficit to defeat Nokomis of Newport 8-7. The Panthers struggled offensively and defensively early on, but got it together in the end to pull off the victory. John Murray got the offense going in the fourth inning with a two-run home run after Adam Lynch had singled.

Lynch pitched his third win of the season, coming in to relieve Murray. MVHS’ offense was paced by Kerry Madden (hit, stolen base), Brandon Gresham (run), Lynch (3 singles, 2 runs, steal, 2 RBIs), Murray (2 singles, home run, 4 RBIs), Gabe Delano (single, run), Ryan Ripley (single, double, run), Vincent Vannah (single, run, steal ), Chris Parlin (single, RBI) and Tyler Wilson (run).

Pitching for the Panthers were Murray (earned run on 2 hits, 4 walks, 5 strikeouts in 4 innings) and Lynch (earned run on 3 hits, 2 walks, 5 strikeouts in 3 innings).

Nokomis was led offensively by Ludden (single, 2 runs, 2 steals), Hicks (single), Foss (single, 2 steals), Kasprzak (single, run, steal, RBI), Curran (single, run, 2 steals), Wyman (run, steal), Bickford (run) and Levada (run).

Wyman (3 earned runs on 6 hits, walk, 3 strikeouts in 3 2/3 innings) and Ludden (5 earned runs on 5 hits, 2 walks, hit batter, 3 strikeouts in 2 1/3 innings for the loss) pitched for the Warriors.

At Waldoboro May 3, the Panthers beat Gardiner 10-1. Medomak Valley was led by the pitching of Lynch (earned run on 2 hits, 4 walks, 17 strikeouts in 7 innings for the win). Panther coach Scott Hastings said Lynch was “incredible” and “pitched the best game I have ever seen at the jayvee level.” Seventeen of the 21 outs Lynch recorded came via strikeouts, as he struck out the side four times. The Panther defense supported Lynch with no errors, the coach said.

After a scoreless inning and a half, Medomak Valley scored five runs in the bottom of the second inning thanks, in large part, to a Robbie Griffin’s bases-loaded triple. Lynch also contributed at the plate with two singles, double, run, steal and RBI. “Nearly every player was involved in the offense with 10 different players scoring the 10 runs,” Hastings said.

Leading the Panther offense were Gresham (steal, run), Michael Kee (RBI), Griffin (triple, run, 3 RBIs), Brandon Soper (single, steal, run ), Lynch (2 singles, double, steal, run, RBI), Delano (single, run), Ripley (single, steal, run, RBI), Kyle Baubonis (single, run), Madden (2 singles, steal, run), Chris Nason (walk, run) and Wilson (single, run).

For Gardiner, Orwieller (single, RBI), Dickey (run) and Slade (single) led the way.

At Turner April 30, Medomak Valley beat Leavitt 11-1  Gresham pitched the complete-game win for the Panthers. Leavitt took a 1-0 lead after one inning, but Medomak Valley scored four runs in the third, two in the fifth, four in the sixth and one in the seventh.

The Panthers played solid defense, making one error in the game. MVHS’ offensive leaders were Griffin (triple, 2 runs, 2 steals), Soper (2 runs, steal), Lynch (double, 2 singles, 4 runs, 2 RBIs, steals), Delano (single), Nason (2 walks, 2 runs), Rilpey (3 singles, 3 RBIs), Wilson (sacrifice fly, RBI), Baubonis (2 singles, RBI) and Kee (single, run, RBI, steal )

Pitching for the Panthers was Gresham (earned run on 5 hits, 4 walks, 4 strikeouts in 7 innings for the win)

Leavitt’s offensive leaders were Hutchinson (run), Irish (2 singles), Bunker (2 singles) and Richardson (single). Pitching for the Hornets were Irish (5 earned runs on 6 hits, 3 walks, 5 strikeouts in 4 1/3 innings for the loss) and Morristene (5 earned runs on 4 hits, 4 walks, strikeout, hit batter in 2 2/3 innings).


At Waldoboro May 12, Medomak Valley extended its record to 6-0 with a 17-5, 6-inning win over Nokomis of Newport. The Panthers tallied eight runs in the first inning, two in the second, one in the third, four in the fifth and two in the sixth. Nokomis scored two runs in the third, one in the fourth and two more in the fifth.

Desiree Benner pitched six innings, allowing no earned runs on two hits, with three walks and 14 strikeouts for the Panthers. Medomak Valley committed four errors. Nokomis had three pitchers who combed for eight hits, 17 walks and two strikeouts.

For Medomak Valley’s offense, Abby McGuire (two), Charlene Wilbur, Maria Ennamorati, Benner, Taylor Simmons, Bridget Miller and Kasey Doolan each collected hits. Danielle Hunt and Greta Brown both scored, along with the previously listed Panthers.

On May 6 in Thomaston, the Panthers defeated host Georges Valley 14-2. Medomak Valley struck first as it scored three runs in the top of the first inning, followed by one in the second, six in the third and four in the fourth, to close out the scoring. Georges Valley scored in the fourth and fifth innings.

For Medomak Valley  Benner (no earned runs on 2 hits, 2 walks, 2 hit batters, 10 strikeouts) pitched the win. Benner and Jasmine Kauffman tallied two hits apiece, while Hunt, Miller  McGuire, Alyssa Griggs and Kasey Montana all had one hit. Ennamorati and Wilbur both scored twice.

Defensively, Wilbur an  Simmons played well, said Panther coach Pat Delahanty, while Kacey Doolan, MacKenzie Belcher  Brown and Missy Philbrook also contributed with solid efforts.

Information for Georges Valley was unavailable.


At South Portland May 13, despite a strong goalie presence, Camden Hills (3-4) fell to the Red Riots. Windjammer goalie Ben Fernald was able to deflect multiple shots, but it was not enough to keep the Riots from dominating the scoreboard.

For the Windjammers, Taylor Williams (3 faceoffs won, assist), Evan Hannibal (2 faceoffs won), Pat Weferling (faceoff won), Weston Bryant (goal), Marshall Crockett (goal, assist) and Trueman Moore (goal) led the offense.

“It was a tough game since there were kids on a college field trip who missed the game. We had one substitute. It’s a good thing nobody got hurt,” said Windjammer coach Mark Hannibal.

At Lewiston May 11, despite scoring first and holding the lead until just before halftime, the Windjammers fell to St. Dominic 3-2. For the Windjammers, Anders Bratz won a faceoff, while Hannibal and Bryant each had an assist. Bratz and Andrew Flanagan both scored.

“The Saints have some great fundamental ballhandling skills and see the field well,” said coach Hannibal.

At Rockport April 30, Camden Hills beat Mountain Valley of Rumford (score unavailable) behind Bryant’s hat trick. Offensively for the Windjammers, Bryant (3 goals), Crockett (2 goals), Bratz (2 goals), Hannibal (2 faceoffs), Williams (faceoff), Jacob Halberg (assist), Fernald (assist), Joe Bartlett (assist) and Peter Gimlewicz (faceoff won) led the way.

“The team is jelling nicely,” coach Hannibal said. “Lacrosse is relatively new to this area, so some of these guys are coming to the game with minimal or no experience before this year. We are not only learning specific skills but also the game in general. I am very happy for these young men. I work them hard at practice [and] they work themselves hard at game time.”

Click for photos from the Camden Hills jayvee lacrosse team’s match with Lincoln Academy earlier in the season.

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