Several high school baseball and softball teams in Knox, Waldo and part of Lincoln county appeared to be in a hurry to get home Thursday afternoon, April 25, with three of the four games involving those squads taking a mere five innings to complete via the mercy rule.

The Mount View and Camden Hills baseball teams, along with the Medomak Valley softball squad, were the beneficiaries of the mercy rule Thursday, while the Windjammer softball team prevailed in a tight, one-run affair.

The Mount View baseball team earned a 13-0 win in five innings over Medomak Valley, while the Panther softball team emerged victorious 21-1, also in five innings, over the Mustangs in a pair of games in Waldoboro.

The Windjammer baseball and softball teams also emerged victorious, with the baseball team blanking the Lions 10-0 and the Windjammer softball team coming away with a 7-6 win in a pair of games in Belfast.

Click for photos from the Mount View at Medomak Valley softball game.

Click for photos from the Mount View at Medomak Valley baseball game.

The following is a recap of reported results:


Mount View 13, Medomak Valley 0 (5 innings)

At Waldoboro April 25, the Mustangs put on a hit-parade against the host Panthers and picked up their first win of the season in convincing fashion.

Mount View, which finished with 12 hits and no errors, scored four runs in the second, inning, six in the fourth and three in the fifth. Medomak Valley finished with one hit and one error.

Leading Mount View at the plate were Mikey Hustus (double, single, 2 runs, 2 stolen bases), Ashton Reynolds (2 singles, run, steal), Kyle Turner (double, 2 runs), Ricky Moulton (double, single, 2 runs, RBI), Nathan Wren (2 doubles, single, 3 RBIs, run), Kenny McGray (single, 2 runs, 3 stolen bases) and David Clark (single, steal, run).

For Medomak Valley, Ollie Brown singled for the team's lone hit.

Wren tossed a one-hit shutout for the 'Stangs, walking two and striking out eight, in a strong road outing.

Micah Williamson and Nicholas DePatsy combined to pitch for the Panthers, scattering 13 hits, seven walks and one hit batter, with three strikeouts.

Neither team scored in the first inning before Mount View started two-out rally in the second frame. McGray, Clark and Eric Larrabee drew walks, followed by a two-run double by Hustus and two-run single by Reynolds.

The Mustangs opened the floodgates in the fourth inning with a six-run frame with doubles by Moulton, Wren and Turner, along with singles by McGray and Clark.

The visitors plated three more in the fifth inning to put the game out of reach for the Panthers.

Camden Hills 10, Belfast 0 (5 innings)

At Belfast April 25, the Windjammers knocked the Lions from the ranks of the unbeaten, holding the hosts to one hit in a shutout victory.

Camden Hills, which finished with 14 hits and one error, plated five runs in the first inning, three in the third and two in the fourth. Belfast finished with one hit and six errors.

Sam Berry went the distance on the hill for the 'Jammers, allowing one hit and no walks, with two strikeouts. Drew Stanley was the losing pitcher on the hill for the Lions.

Leading Camden Hills at the plate were Aubrey Pennington, Connor Hart, Connor Graffam and Ben Rollins with two hits each, while Joe Chamberlain, Chandler Crans and Coleman Powers each added one hit for the visitors.

Garth Clements singled for Belfast's lone hit of the game.


Medomak Valley 21, Mount View 1 (5 innings)

At Waldoboro April 25, the Panthers plated 13 runs in the first inning and coasted to their third win of the campaign, this time over the winless Mustangs.

Medomak Valley, which finished with eight hits and no errors, plated 13 runs in the first inning, three in the third and five in the fourth. Mount View, which finished with two hits and no errors, scored one run in the fourth inning.

Leading the Panthers at the plate were Hannah Marks (grand slam, triple, 5 RBIs, 4 runs), Amanda Hendrickson-Belloguet (triple, 3 RBIs, run), Maria Ennamorati (single, 2 runs), Taylor Simmons (2 doubles, 4 runs, RBI) and Dani Hunt (2 singles, 3 runs, RBI).

For Mount View, Krysta Porter doubled and scored, while Siiri Pinkham singled to lead the offense.

Desiree Benner and Marks pitched for the Panthers, allowing a combined two hits and no walks, with 11 strikeouts. Alex Fowler and Dinah Bilodeau pitched for the 'Stangs, scattering a combined eight hits and 14 walks.

The Panthers stormed out of the gate in the bottom of the first inning, putting the game out of reach early due to timely hitting and plate discipline.

After retiring Hendrickson-Belloguet to start the frame, Mount View pitchers surrendered seven straight walks and then hit a batter, making the score 5-0 in favor of the Panthers without the benefit of a hit.

Hendrickson-Belloguet then rapped a three-run triple to left-center field to make the score 8-0 before Ennamortai popped out for the inning's second out.

Simmons then doubled home Hendrickson-Belloguet before Hunt's single and an Obuchon walk loaded the bases for Marks, who blasted a grand-slam over the fence in left field, to put the hosts up 13-0.

Camden Hills 7, Belfast 6

At Belfast April 25, the Windjammers scored five runs in the top of the seventh inning, rallying to knock off the Lions for the team's second win.

For Camden Hills, Hannah Corney (triple, single, 2 RBIs), Amy Haynes (2 singles, run), Juliana Haynes (single, run), Kristin Keiran (single, run), Taylor Palmer (single) and Natalie Hamalainen (double, single, 2 RBIs, run) paced the offense.

Leading the Lions at the plate were Casey Thayer (double, run), Madison Cummings (single, 2 runs), Killyan Richards (double, run), Grace Davis (single), Katrina Lapham (run) and Alexis Porter (run).

Killyan Richards allowed seven runs (3 earned) on nine hits and two walks, with eight strikeouts in the pitching circle for Belfast. Corney allowed six runs (3 earned) on four hits and two walks, with four strikeouts for Camden Hills.

Camden Hills held a 2-1 lead heading into the bottom of the fifth inning, where Belfast scored five runs thanks to Thayer's double, Cummings' single, Lapham reaching base, Richards rapped a double, Porter reaching base and Davis knocked a single.

However, the Windjammers, suddenly trailing 6-2, battled back in the top of the seventh with five runs after Maddie Bowman and Kiernan reached, followed later in the inning with a two-out single by Amy Haynes, a two-out double by Hamalainen and a two-out, three-run triple by Corney.

Camden Hills then retired Belfast in order in the bottom of the frame to come away with the win.

"It was a great win for us," said Camden Hills coach Marty Messer. "Belfast is good and will have a lot of wins this year so that one will be worth a lot of Heal Points. My girls never gave up."

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