The Camden Hills baseball team was the lone area high school squad to pick up a diamond victory on Monday and Tuesday, April 25-26, with others shut out of the win column.

On Monday, Windjammer baseball posted a 3-1 victory over Brewer, while softball came up short 10-4.

Oceanside baseball and softball fell 3-2 and 11-4 against Waterville, while Medomak Valley baseball and softball suffered 2-0 and 5-1 decisions against Morse of Bath.

On Tuesday, Vinalhaven also lost doubleheaders to Forest Hills of Jackman, as baseball fell 6-1 and 10-5 and softball 25-12 and 15-9 at Kents Hill.

Much of the rest of the week proved largely a washout with games postponed due to rain and unplayable fields on Wednesday and Thursday, April 27-28, but Medomak Valley baseball was able to swing past Belfast 5-1 on Saturday, April 30.

That same day, the Mariners also came up short against Nokomis of Newport, as baseball fell 5-2 and softball team 10-7.

The following is a recap of reported results:

Baseball

Medomak Valley 5, Belfast 1

At Waldoboro April 30, the Panthers plated a run in the first inning and never trailed en route to a win over the Lions. Medomak Valley also scored two in the third, one in the fourth and one in the fifth, while Belfast tallied its run in the sixth.

The Panthers were led at the plate by Hayden Staples (hit, 2 runs), Aaron Reed (hit, run, RBI), Isaac Simmons (2 RBIs), Brady Carter (hit), Blake Morrison (2 hits), Garret Hutchins (run) and Tucker Holgerson (2 hits, RBI, run).

For the Lions, Elias Howard (2 hits), Keegan McGowan (2 hits), Bobby Banks (hit) and Thomas Littlefield (run) paced the offense.

Porter Gahagan went six strong innings on the mound for Medomak Valley, as he allowed five hits and two walks, with eight strikeouts. Matt Holbrook pitched the seventh and struck out one. Curtis Littlefield and Ollie Tarbox combined to allow seven hits and one walk, with four strikeouts for Belfast.

Medomak Valley held a 7-5 edge in hits and committed two errors, while Belfast committed one fielding miscue.

Nokomis 5, Oceanside 2

At Rockland April 30, the Warriors benefited from a four-run third inning and swung past the Mariners. Nokomis also scored one in the second, while Oceanside plates its runs in the first.

Austin Chilles and Jacob Watkinson pitched for the Mariners and scattered 10 hits, two walks and one hit batter, with seven strikeouts. Cody Crietien went the distance for the Warriors and allowed three hits and two walks, with four strikeouts.

Duncan Oakes-Nelsen rapped a two-run single to lead Oceanside, while Mason Hopkins (2 singles, run), Lane Godson (RBI), Grady Hartsgrove (run), Hunter Upton (run), Owen Upton (run) and Jason Hawthorne (single, RBI, run) paced Nokomis.

The Warriors outhit the Mariners 10-3 and committed one error, while the hosts finished with two fielding miscues. Nokomis left seven runners on base and Oceanside two.

Forest Hills 10, Vinalhaven 5

At Readfield April 26, the Tigers doubled up the Vikings. Forest Hills scored one run in the first inning, two in the second, four in the third and three in the fourth, while Vinalhaven scored one in the first, one in the second, two in the fourth and one in the fifth.

The islanders were led offensively by Brandon Philip (single, 2 runs), Tanner Lazaro (single, run, stolen base) and Kyle Grant (2 runs).

For the Tigers, Owen Lacasse (single, 3 runs), Braidan Welch (double, single, 2 runs), Connor Achey (single, 2 runs), Mason Desjardins (single, 2 runs) and Brian Snider (single, run) paced the offense.

Alec Radley went the distance on the hill for the Vikings and allowed six hits, with eight strikeouts. Forest Hills pitchers allowed two hits and two walks, with eight strikeouts.

Forest Hills 6, Vinalhaven 1

At Readfield April 26, the Tigers jumped to an early lead and emerged victorious over the Vikings. Forest Hills scored three in the first inning, two in the third and one in the fourth, while Vinalhaven’s run came in the fourth.

Alec Radley (single, run) and Lazaro (single) led the Vinalhaven offense, while Forest Hills was led at the plate by Desjardins (triple, 2 singles, 2 runs), Lacasse (triple, double, single, 2 runs, stolen base), Welch (single, run), Connor Achey (triple, run) and Liam Achey (2 singles).

Connor Achey and Snider pitched for the Tigers and allowed two hits and two walks, with four strikeouts. Ira Stockman pitched for the Vikings and allowed 10 hits and two walks, with four strikeouts.

Camden Hills 3, Brewer 1

At Brewer April 25, the Windjammers navigated around the Witches and sailed to a two-run win. Camden Hills scored two in the second inning and one in the fourth, while Brewer’s lone run was plated in the fifth.

The Windjammers were led offensively by Hunter Bell (double), Matt Kremin (double), Hunter Norton (single, run), Ben Tohanczyn (run), Lucas Moody (single) and Aaron Stone (run).

For the Witches, Jed Gilpatrick (2 doubles, 2 singles), Grady Vanidestine (single), Logan Levensalor (single), Noah Tibbetts (single, stolen base), Maddox Torrey (single) and Andrew Hodgkins (run) paced the offense.

Anderson Clifford and Torrey pitched for Brewer and allowed four hits and five walks, with 11 strikeouts. Liam O’Neal and Adrian Pierce pitched for Camden Hills and allowed eight hits and two walks, with nine strikeouts.

Waterville 3, Oceanside 2 (11 inns.)

At Waterville April 25, the Purple Panthers got a walk-off single by Xavier Hamelin in the bottom of the 11th inning and bested the visiting Mariners. Oceanside scored its runs in the third, while Waterville plated runs in the fourth, seventh and and 11th. The teams left nine runners on base, while Oceanside committed three errors.

The Mariners were led by Duncan Oakes-Nelsen, who worked 7 2/3 innings on the bump and allowed four hits and one walk, with a whopping 19 strikeouts, the latter of which is single-game school record.

Connor Calderwood went the rest of the way and allowed two hits and one walk, with seven strikeouts. Thus, Oakes-Nelsen and Calderwood combined for 26 strikeouts in 11 innings.

Gabe Hubbard and Joe Hamelin combined to allow 10 hits and five walks, with 10 strikeouts for Waterville.

Alex Bartlett (3 singles), Calderwood (3 singles) and Bryson Mattox (2 singles) paced Oceanside’s offense.

Morse 2, Medomak Valley 0

At Bath April 25, the Panthers mustered three hits and fell in their first road contest of the season.

Gabe Aucoin pitched for Morse and allowed two hits and two walks, with 11 strikeouts over six innings of work. Isaac Simmons also went six innings on the bump for Medomak Valley and allowed one hit and two walks, with four strikeouts.

Garret Hutchins had two hits for Medomak Valley, while Aaron Reed had one.

“We made some costly errors behind a very solid pitching performance from Isaac tonight,” said Panther coach Greg Rice. “Isaac kept us in the game the whole way, but we just couldn’t manufacture offensively to support him. We faced a very good pitcher in Aucoin and it’s tough to come out on top committing four errors and not capitalizing on the few opportunities we had. It’s still early in the season and as we progress, I think we’ll come around offensively. We’re getting some really good efforts out of some individuals who are working hard. I look forward to what we look like when we hit our stride.”

Softball

Forest Hills 15, Vinalhaven 9

At Readfield April 26, the Tigers swung to a six-run win over the islanders. Vinalhaven scored one run in the second inning four in the third, three in the fourth and one in the fifth.

Makayla Martin pitched for the Vikings and allowed seven walks, with six strikeouts. Janessa Moffit pitched for the Tigers and allowed 11 walks, with seven strikeouts.

Martin (single, run), Audrey Anthony (single, RBI) and Lydia Wentworth (RBI) led Vinalhaven’s offense, while Maddison Perraci and Aureline Poulin were repeat hitters for Forest Hills.

The Vikings committed six errors and Tigers four.

Forest Hills 25, Vinalhaven 12

At Readfield April 26, the Tigers went on the offensive and earned a win over the Vikings. Vinalhaven scored five runs in the first inning and seven in the fourth.

Gracey Warren pitched for Vinalhaven and allowed 11 walks, with five strikeouts. Janessa Moffit pitched for Forest Hills and walked nine, with seven strikeouts.

The Vikings were led at the plate by Ingrid Stockman (2 singles, RBI), Gracey Warren (single), Callie Warren (single), Maddie Miller (2 singles) and Martin (single, RBI).

For the Tigers, Maddison Perraci and Aureline Poulin had multiple hits.

Brewer 10, Camden Hills 4

At Brewer April 25, the Windjammers were spellbound by the Witches and were downed by six runs. Camden Hills scored four of its runs in the sixth inning, while Brewer scored two in the first, five in the second and three in the sixth.

The Windjammer offense was led by Brenna Mackey (run, 2 stolen bases), Olivia Brown (single, run, steal), Alyssa Bland (single, steal), Lillia Stone (single, run, steal), Ava Dube (single, run, steal) and Lily Enggass (single).

For the Witches, Jordan Doak (single, run, steal), Hannah Reed (single, 3 runs, steal), Jordin Williams (2 home runs), Josephine Pece (home run), Jaiden Williams (double, single), Dani Fenalson (run) and C.J. Atherton (double, single, run) led the way.

Morgan Downs and Laura Stewart pitched for Brewer and allowed five hits and three walks, with six strikeouts. Stone pitched for Camden Hills and allowed nine hits and four walks, with six strikeouts.

Morse 5, Medomak Valley 1

At Bath April 25, the Shipbuilders dealt the Panthers their first loss of the young season. Morse scored twice in the second and fourth innings, while Medomak Valley plated a run in the second.

The Panthers were paced at the plate by Kaylee Kurr (2 singles, 2 stolen bases), Kytana Williamson (single, run), Madi Boynton (single) and Eliza Spear (RBI).

For the Shipbuilders, Ava McMahan (single, run, RBI), Michaela Pettersen (2 singles, RBI, run, stolen base), Haley Jackson (double, 2 singles, run, 2 RBIs), Camdyn Johnson (double, single, RBI), Sophia Barber (single, steal), Apple Smith (single, steal) and Emily Eisenbach (run) paced the offense.

Johnson pitched for Morse and allowed four hits and one walk, with 13 strikeouts. Addison McCormick pitched for Medomak Valley and allowed 11 hits and two walks, with eight strikeouts.

Waterville 11, Oceanside 4

At Waterville April 25, the Purple Panthers went on the offensive early and slugged past the Mariners. Waterville scored five runs in the first frame, two in the second, one in the third, one in the fourth and two in the fifth, while Oceanside plated one in the second, two in the fifth and one in the seventh.

The Mariner offense was led by Maddie Ripley (2 singles, run), Aubri Hoose (single), Ava Philbrook (single), Jillian Barnard (single, run), Hayley Tufts (double), Madison Benner (single, run) and Allie Colburn (single, run).

For the Purple Panthers, Dakodah Aldrich (single, run), Raylee Gilbert (double, 2 singles, 3 runs), SavAnna Cormier (single, 2 runs), Denelle Eldridge (double, 2 runs), Olivia Hanley (single, run) and Angelia Woodbury (2 runs) paced the offense.

Gilbert pitched for Waterville and allowed eight hits and one walk, with 12 strikeouts. Ripley pitched for Oceanside and allowed seven hits and 10 walks, with six strikeouts.

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