High school baseball and softball action has come fast and furious since the calendar turned to May, as area teams — from Medomak Valley of Waldoboro to Searsport geographically and each school in-between — have put in the work at the plate, in the field and on the bases.

On Tuesday, May 3, Medomak Valley split with Gardiner as baseball swung to a victory, while Camden Hills of Rockport also split with Lincoln Academy of Newcastle, which saw Windjammer baseball knock off the Eagles.

Searsport’s Sam Cahill, left. Photo by Mark Haskell

On Monday, May 2, Oceanside of Rockland collected wins over Belfast, as did Medomak Valley against Lincoln Academy and Searsport against Mattanawcook Academy of Lincoln.

Additionally, Camden Hills split with Brunswick, as baseball swung to a walk-off win over the Dragons.

Belfast’s Hayle Withee. Photo by Mark Haskell

The action continued on Thursday, May 5 as Oceanside baseball earned a 4-3 win over Winslow, while Belfast teams came up short against Lawrence of Fairfield.

The steady diamond play kept on going through the weekend with as teams collected wins Friday and Saturday, May 6-7.

On Friday, the Panthers split with Erskine Academy of South China, while Searsport and Camden Hills were downed by Bucksport and Skowhegan.

On Saturday, Searsport baseball swung to a pair of wins over Vinalhaven, as did Mount View baseball with two victories over St. Dominic Academy of Auburn.

Mustang softball dropped a doubleheader to the Saints, while Panther softball swung past the Lions.

The following is a recap of reported results:

Baseball

Searsport 16, Vinalhaven 2 (5 inns.)

At Vinalhaven May 7, the visitors benefited from a 10-run second inning and used that momentum to sail past the islanders. Searsport also scored four in the first and two in the third, while Vinalhaven plated two in the fourth.

Searsport was led offensively by Nate Ashey (3 runs), Sam Cahill (hit, 2 runs, 2 RBIs), Kael Morrill (RBI), Josh Wright (2 hits, run, 5 RBIs), Cole Ellis (2 runs), Charlie Lewis (RBI), Chase Brassbridge (2 runs), Drew Bagley (hit, run, 2 RBIs), Tim Smith (run), Kyle Larrabee (hit, RBI), Robert Walker (run), Ashton Ellis (run, RBI) and Gage Ellis (hit, 2 runs).

Riley Anthony had a hit and RBI, while Lincoln Dennison and Payton Warren plated runs to lead the islanders.

Wright and Oliver Carbisiero pitched for Searsport and allowed one hit and three walks, with eight strikeouts. Robbie Swears, Dennison and Tanner Lazaro allowed six hits and 14 walks, with 10 strikeouts for Vinalhaven.

Searsport’s Josh Wright. Photo by Mark Haskell

Searsport 17, Vinalhaven 0 (5 inns.)

At Vinalhaven May 7, the visitors scored runs early and often in a shutout win over the islanders. Searsport scored five in the first, six in the second, five in the third and one in the fourth.

Ashton Ellis and Gage Ellis combined to toss a no-hitter on the hill for Searsport as the duo walked two and struck out 10. Dennison and Alec Radley pitched for Vinalhaven and scattered 15 hits and four walks, with one strikeout.

The Viking hit parade was led by Nate Ashey (hit, 2 runs), Sam Cahill (2 hits, 3 runs, RBI), Kael Morrill (run), Josh Wright (3 hits, 3 runs, 2 RBIs), Tim Smith (hit), Cole Ellis (2 hits, 3 runs, 3 RBIs), Charlie Lewis (RBI), Chase Brassbridge (hit, run), Drew Bagley (2 hits, 3 runs, 4 RBIs) and Kyle Larrabee (hit, run, 2 RBIs).

Mount View 3, Saint Dominic Academy 2

At Auburn May 7, the Mustangs plated three runs in the second inning, which proved enough to knock off the Saints. St. Dom’s plated single runs in the third and fifth frames.

The ‘Stangs were led at the plate by Noah Hurd (single), Draedyn Furrow (double, single), Declan Knowlton (single), Calvin Jewett (single, run), Hunter (run) and Anthony Lepore (run).

For the Saints, Timothee Ouellette (run), Thomas Casserly (single, stolen base), Ryan Bussiere (run) and Ethan Pelletier (single, steal) paced the offense.

Ouellette and Miles Frenette pitched for St. Dom’s and allowed five hits and two walks, with one strikeout. Knowlton went the distance on the hill for Mount View and allowed two hits and six walks, with six strikeouts.

Searsport’s Laura Warman. Photo by Mark Haskell

Mount View 2, Saint Dominic Academy 0

At Auburn May 7, the Mustangs made it two in a row against the Saints, this time with a shutout win. Mount View plated runs in the first and second innings.

Noah Hurd (single), Draedyn Furrow (run, 2 stolen bases), Sam Valleau (hit), Calvin Jewett (run) and Cole Ripley (hit) paced the offense for the ‘Stangs, while Casserly had the lone hit of the game for the Saints.

Hurd tossed a one-hit shutout for Mount View as he walked none and struck out nine. Saint Dom’s pitchers allowed three hits and one walk, with three strikeouts.

Erskine Academy 4, Medomak Valley 3 (9 inns.)

At South China May 6, the Eagles walked off and past the Panthers in a tight, extra-inning affair. Medomak Valley scored single runs in the first, fourth and eighth innings, while Erskine Academy’s runs came in the first, third, eighth and ninth.

The Panthers were paced at the plate by Blake Morrison (hit, run), Aaron Reed (2 runs), Brady Carter (hit), Garret Hutchins (RBI) and Wyatt Simmons (hit).

For the Eagles, Liam Perfetto (3 hits, 3 runs), Grady Hotham (hit), Isaac Hayden (2 hits, 2 RBIs), Beck Jorgensen (2 hits) and Emmett Appel (hit, run) keyed the charge.

Matt Holbrook worked seven innings on the hill for Medomak Valley as he allowed eight hits and three walks, with 10 strikeouts. Porter Gahagan went the rest of the way, as he allowed one hit and three walks, with one strikeout.

Hunter Foard and Tristian Anderson combined to allow three hits and no walks, with 14 strikeouts for EA.

Bucksport 10, Searsport 1

At Searsport May 6, the Golden Bucks remained unbeaten on the season and swung past the defending state Class D champion Vikings. Bucksport scored three runs in the first inning, two in the fourth, two in the fifth, one in the sixth and two in the seventh.

Josh Wright and Sam Cahill had hits for Searsport and Cole Ellis plated the lone run.

Bucksport was led at the dish by Tyler Hallett (hit, run, RBI), Gavyn Holyoke (2 hits, 2 runs, RBI), Jake Guty (2 hits, run), Ty Giberson (2 hits, 2 RBIs, 3 runs), Brandon Elden (hit, RBI), Cam Rich (hit, RBI), Ayden Maguire (2 hits, RBI), Jason Terrill (run), Kaleb Nightingale (run, RBI) and Gunther Cyr (run).

Guty and Rich pitched for Bucksport and allowed two hits and six walks, with six strikeouts. Gage Ellis, Ashton Ellis, Sam Cahill, Nate Ashey, Drew Bagley and Kyle Larrabee pitched for Searsport and allowed 11 hits and seven walks, with five strikeouts.

Skowhegan 4, Camden Hills 3

At Skowhegan May 6, the Riverhawks did just enough to elevate past the Windjammers. Camden Hills scored all three of its runs in the seventh inning, while Skowhegan plated three in the second and one in the seventh.

The Windjammers were led offensively by Hunter Bell (2 singles), Matt Kremin (single), Hunter Norton (single), Ben Tohanczyn (run), Cam Brown (double, run) and Lucas Moody (run). For the River Hawks, Chance Tibbetts (2 singles, run), Noah McMahon (single), Tyler Annis (single), Brenden Dunlap (single), Hunter McEwen (single), Jackson Quinn (run), Quintcey McCray (run) and Cooper Bardwell (single, run) led the offense.

McMahon and Bardwell pitched for Skowhegan and allowed five hits and four walks, with 11 strikeouts. Liam O’Neal pitched for Camden Hills and allowed seven hits and three walks, with six strikeouts.

Oceanside 4, Winslow 3

At Rockland May 5, the Mariners exploded with a four-run sixth inning, which proved enough to swing past the Black Raiders. Winslow scored single runs in the third, fifth and seventh frames.

Jacob Watkinson pitched into the seventh inning for the Mariners and allowed six hits, no walks and hit a batter, with four strikeouts. Connor Calderwood allowed one hit, with one strikeout to earn the save.

Caden Fitzpatrick pitched for the Black Raiders and allowed five hits and one walk, with eight strikeouts.

Duncan Oakes-Nelsen (triple, 3 RBIs), Alex Bartlett (single, RBI, run), Austin Chilles (run), Watkinson (run) and Calderwood (run) keyed the Oceanside offense. Oakes-Nelsen came through with a three-run triple in the sixth.

Caden Fitzpatrick (2 singles, RBI), Evan Bourget (2 singles, RBI), Nate Girard (run) and Andrew Poulin (2 singles, 2 runs) led Winslow at the plate.

Oceanside finished with three errors and stranded two runners, while Winslow had two fielding miscues and left five on base.

Lawrence 7, Belfast 3

At Fairfield May 5, the Bulldogs benefited from a four-run fifth inning, which proved the difference in a win over the Lions. Lawrence added single runs in the third, fourth and sixth frames, while Belfast scored its three runs in the first.

The Lions were led at the dish by Elias Howard (2 hits, run), Keegan McGowan (hit, run), K.J. Payson (run), Thomas Littlefield (2 hits, RBI) and Gary Gale (hit).

For the Bulldogs, Andrew Trombley (2 hits, 2 runs), Hunter Lee (2 hits, run, RBI), Logan Carpenter (2 hits, RBI), Gavin Lunt (run), Cameron Dostie (hit, 2 runs), Parker Higgins (hit, run, 2 RBIs), Benjamin Ryder (hit, RBI) and Connor Nutting (hit) paced the offense.

Payson, Curtis Littlefield and Ollie Tarbox pitched for Belfast and allowed 10 hits and one walk, with five strikeouts. Lee went the distance for Lawrence and allowed six hits and no walks, with 10 strikeouts.

Camden Hills 9, Lincoln Academy 3

At Newcastle May 3, the Windjammers tripled up the host Eagles. Camden Hills scored four runs in the first inning, one in the third, two in the fourth and two in the fifth, while Lincoln Academy scored two in the first and one in the fourth.

The Windjammer offense was led by Hunter Bell (2 singles, run, stolen base), Liam O’Neal (single, 2 runs), Hunter Norton (double, run), Ben Tohanczyn (single, run), Cam Brown (single, run), Lucas Moody (single, run, steal), Franklin Coffey (run) and Eric LeBlond (2 singles, run, steal).

For the Eagles, Riley Delisle (run), Spencer Gamage (run, stolen base), Myles Wotton (single, steal), Colin Bradbury (run) and Tucker Stiles (single) paced the offense.

Wotton and Ivan Coffin pitched for Lincoln Academy and allowed nine hits and four walks, with one strikeout. Ryan Clifford and Joe Coffey worked the bump for Camden Hills and allowed two hits and three walks, with six strikeouts.

Oceanside’s Connor Calderwood, left, is congratulated by teammates, including Taygen McAllister (4), after Calderwood hit a grand slam. Photo by Mark Haskell

Medomak Valley 20, Gardiner 6

At Gardiner May 3, the Panthers pulled away from the hosts with a seven-run seventh inning and collected a lopsided victory. Medomak Valley also scored six in the first, five in the fifth and one  in the third and fourth, while Gardiner plated three in the first and single runs in the fourth, sixth and seventh.

The Panthers were paced at the plate by Hayden Staples (hit, 2 runs, 2 RBIs), Matt Holbrook (run, RBI), Blake Morrison (2 runs, 2 RBIs), Isaac Simmons (RBI), Brady Carter (2 hits, 3 runs, 3 RBIs), Garret Hutchins (2 hits, 3 runs, RBI), Porter Gahagan (hit, 2 runs), Cole Winchenbach (2 hits, run, RBI), Tucker Holgerson (2 hits, 3 runs), Jaiden Starr (3 hits, 2 runs, 2 RBIs) and Wyatt Simmons (hit, run, 2 RBIs).

For the Tigers, Chase Kelley (run), Acadian Parker (run), Hunter Burgess (run), Patrick Mansir (hit, RBI, 2 runs), Casey Paul (hit, 3 RBIs) and Ryan Banister (run) paced the offense.

Isaac Simmons and Winchenbach pitched for Medomak Valley and allowed two hits and five walks, with seven strikeouts. Gavin White, Kelley, Chase Peaslee and Zachary Kristan pitched for Gardiner and allowed a combined 14 hits and 14 walks, with six strikeouts.

Oceanside’s Austin Chilles, front, along with Belfast’s Elias Howard, left, and K.J. Payson. Photo by Mark Haskell

Oceanside 13, Belfast 1 (5 inns)

At Belfast May 2, the Mariners got their first win in grand fashion — thanks to Connor Calderwood — as the visitors won via mercy rule over the Lions. Oceanside scored three runs in the first and second innings, five in the third and two in the fifth, while Belfast tallied its run in the first.

Calderwood blasted a grand slam over the right-field fence to pace the Oceanside offense, while he also added a single in the win. Austin Chilles (double, 2 singles) and Bryson Mattox (double, single) also chipped in on offense for the Mariners.

Thomas Littlefield had two hits to pace Belfast, while Elias Howard, Eli Veilleux, Keegan McGowan and Curtis Littlefield added one.

Duncan Oakes-Nelsen pitched for the Mariners and allowed six hits and no walks, with six strikeouts. McGowan, Veilleux and Ollie Tarbox toed the rubber for the Lions and allowed a combined nine hits and four walks, with five strikeouts.

The Mariners left seven runners on base and committed no errors, while the Lions stranded three and had two fielding miscues.

Medomak Valley 12, Lincoln Academy 1 (5 inns.)

At Waldoboro May 2, the Panthers got a strong performance on the bump from Matt Holbrook and needed just five innings to knock off the Eagles. Medomak Valley scored four runs in the first inning, one in the second, five in the third and two in the fourth, while Lincoln Academy’s lone run was plated in the first.

Holbrook worked four innings and allowed three hits and one walk, with seven strikeouts, while Hayden Staples walked one and struck out two in an inning of relief for the hosts. Griffen Bond and Riley Delisle combined to allow nine hits and 10 walks, with five strikeouts, for Lincoln Academy.

The Panther offense was paced by Staples (3 hits, 3 runs, RBI), Blake Morrison (2 hits, 2 runs, RBI), Aaron Reed (hit, 2 runs, 2 RBIs), Isaac Simmons (2 runs, RBI), Garret Hutchins (hit, RBI), Tucker Holgerson (hit, RBI), Jaiden Starr (run, RBI) and Wyatt Simmons (hit, RBI, 2 runs).

For the Eagles, Delisle (hit), Spencer Gamage (run), Maddox Tilas (hit) and Gabe Hagar (hit) paced the offense.

Oceanside’s Connor Calderwood. Photo by Mark Haskell

Searsport 8, Mattanawcook Academy 3

At Lincoln May 2, the Vikings piled on the runs in the late innings and swung past the Lynx. Searsport scored two runs in the fifth and three in the sixth and seventh, while Mattanawcook Academy plated two in the third and one in the seventh.

The Vikings were paced at the dish by Sam Cahill (double, 2 RBIs), Cole Ellis (2 runs), Josh Wright (2 hits, 2 runs), Chase Brassbridge (2 hits, 2 runs, RBI), Eli Law (run), Andrew Donald (hit, RBI), Ashton Ellis (2 hits, 4 RBIs) and Gage Ellis (2 hits).

For the Lynx, the offense was keyed by Cole Albert (2 hits, run, RBI), Isaac Hainer (hit, RBI), Jackson Sutherland (RBI), Griffin House (hit), Lance Wilcox (hit), Brayden Irish (2 hits, 2 runs) and Bradley Dill (hit).

Wright went the distance on the mound for Searsport and allowed eight hits and one walk, with eight strikeouts. Albert, Hainer and Irish allowed 10 hits and four walks, with eight strikeouts for MA.

Camden Hills 3, Brunswick 2

At Rockport May 2, the Windjammers sailed past the visiting Dragons. Camden Hills scored one in the sixth and walked off with a two-run seventh inning, while Brunswick also scored its runs in the sixth and seventh frames.

The Camden Hills offense was led by Hunter Bell (run), Matthew Kremin (3 singles, 2 runs), Liam O’Neal (single), Hunter Norton (single), Ben Tohanczyn (single) and Lucas Moody (single).

For Brunswick, Sam Masse (single, run), A.J. Wolverton (double) and Collin McCaffrey (single, run) paced the offense.

Wes Cooper and Kaleb Thompson pitched for the Dragons and allowed seven hits and two walks, with five strikeouts. Bell and Pierce pitched for the Windjammer and allowed three hits and seven walks, with eight strikeouts.

Oceanside’s Aubri Hoose. Photo by Mark Haskell

Softball

Medomak Valley 10, Belfast 0 (5 inns.)

At Waldoboro May 7, the Panthers wasted little time and scored in each inning en route to a victory over the Lions. Medomak Valley plated two in the first, four in the second, three in the third and one in the fourth.

The Panthers were led on offense by Kaylee Kurr (3 singles, 2 runs, stolen base), Grace White (triple, 2 runs, 3 RBIs), Addison McCormick (single, RBI), Haley Puchalski (run, steal), Kytana Williamson (single, run, RBI), Eliza Spear (2 home runs, 3 RBIs), Emily Bryant (2 singles, run, steal) and Madi Boynton (single, run).

Kara Richards had the lone hit for the Lions.

Danica Gray pitched for Belfast and allowed 11 hits and five walks, with six strikeouts. McCormick pitched for Medomak Valley and allowed one hit and no walks, with seven strikeouts.

Belfast’s Mia Winslow, back and Oceanside’s Aubri Hoose collide on May 2 in high school softball. The visiting Mariners of Rockland beat the host Lions 21-3 in 5 innings. Photo by Mark Haskell

Medomak Valley 13, Erskine Academy 2 (5 inns.)

At South China May 6, the Panthers seized control in the late innings and emerged with a mercy rule-shortened victory. Medomak Valley scored one run in the first inning, one in the second, two in the fourth and nine in the fifth, while Erskine Academy plated runs in the first and fourth frames.

The Panthers were paced by Kaylee Kurr (single, 3 runs, 2 stolen bases), Grace White (2 singles, 2 runs, 2 steals, RBI), Aly Creamer (double, 2 singles, 2 steals), Addison McCormick (single), Haley Puchalski (single, 2 RBIs, run, steal), Olivia Pelkey (2 singles, run, 2 steals), Eliza Spear (2 runs, steal), Sara Nelson (2 runs, steal) and Madi Boynton (run, steal).

For Erskine Academy, Kassidy Barrett (double), Kate Bourden (single), Kenzie Kutniewski (double, run), Brianna Barrett (run) and Kelsie Fielder (RBI) paced the offense.

Hannah Huff pitched for the Eagles and allowed 10 hits and seven walks, with five strikeouts. Boynton worked the circle for the Panthers and allowed three hits and three walks, with five strikeouts.

Saint Dominic Academy 9, Mount View 1

At Auburn May 7, the Saints marched in — and past — the visiting Mustangs. St Dom’s scored four runs in the first inning, two in the second and three in the fourth, while Mount View’s lone tally came in the third.

The ‘Stangs were led at the plate by Ezra Holt (single), Hannah Coolen (single, run), Kayleigh Dunton (double, single), while the Saints were led offensively by Ava Apodaca (2 singles, run), Emily Andrews (2 singles, 2 runs), Kathleen Dean (3 singles, 3 runs), Bella Perryman (single, run), Cami Casserly (3 singles, 2 runs), Isabella Webster (single), Sydney Dick (3 singles), Kassidy Cote (single) and Natalie Reed (2 singles).

Dean pitched for Saint Dom’s and allowed four hits and no walks, with 12 strikeouts. Coolen pitched for Mount View and scattered 18 hits and one walk, with six strikeouts.

Saint Dominic Academy 6, Mount View 1

At Auburn May 7, the Saints broke a 1-1 tie as they plated five runs in the fifth inning en route to a win over the Mustangs. Saint Dom’s also scored one in the fourth, as did Mount View.

The Mustangs were led by Kayleigh Dunton (single), Bailey Cartier (2 singles), Lindsay Reynolds (single) and Belle Holt (2 singles).

For the Saints, Ava Apodaca (single, run), Emily Andrews (run), Kathleen Dean (double, single, run), Bella Perryman (3 singles, 2 runs), Cami Casserly (run) and Sydney Dick (hit) keyed the offense.

Dean pitched for the hosts and allowed six hits and no walks, with 11 strikeouts. Coolen pitched for Mount View and allowed seven hits and no walks, with four strikeouts.

Bucksport 4, Searsport 2 (8 inns.)

At Searsport May 6, the Golden Bucks pushed the tying run across the plate in the seventh inning — and plated a pair of runs in the all-important eighth frame — and dealt the defending state Class D champs their first loss. Bucksport also scored one run in the third, while Searsport plated runs in the first and fourth frames.

Ella Hosford tossed a no-hitter in the pitching circle for Bucksport as she walked one and struck out 14. Ana Lang pitched for Searsport and allowed six hits and no walks, with 18 strikeouts.

Hosford (single, run, stolen base), Sam Cyr (single, run, stolen base), Lila Chiavelli (single), Faith Vincent (double, run), Emma Freeman (single) and Brooke Elden (single, run, stolen base) led the Golden Bucks at the dish.

Vincent reached to lead the top of the seventh inning and later scampered in on a passed ball to tie the game. In the eighth, Hosford reached on a dropped third strike ahead of Cyr, who reached on a bunt single as Hosford advanced to third on the play.

Hosford scored moments later on a wild pitch, while Allie Pickering plated Chiavelli on a ground out for Bucksport.

Skowhegan 8, Camden Hills 0

At Skowhegan May 6, the River Hawks piled on the runs in the early innings and emerged victorious over the Windjammers. Skowhegan scored three in the first, four in the second and one in the sixth.

Alyssa Bland (2 singles), Lillia Stone (single, stolen base), Lily Enggass (single), Ava Dube (single, stolen base) and Brenna Mackey (single, stolen base) led Camden Hills at the plate, while Skowhegan was led offensively by Annabelle Morris (single, 2 runs), Jaycie Christopher (double, 2 singles, 3 runs), Emily Dunbar (run), Sierra Carey (double, single, run), Lily Noyes (single), Callaway Lepage (single), Natalie Gilman (single) and Maddy Morris (run).

Olivia Brown and Stone pitched for the Windjammers and allowed nine hits and seven walks, with four strikeouts. Noyes pitched for the River Hawks and allowed six hits and two walks, with four strikeouts.

Lawrence 12, Belfast 0 (5 inns.)

At Fairfield May 5, the Bulldogs scored six runs in the first inning and never looked back in a mercy rule-shortened win over the Lions. Lawrence also scored two in the second and four in the third.

The Bulldogs were led at the plate by Kaylee Elkins (hit, 2 runs), Taylor Wilkie (hit, 3 runs), Jade Sullivan (hit, 3 runs), Sage Reed (2 hits, run), Maylie Knox (hit, run) and Kyleigh Quirion (run).

For the Lions, Kara Richards (hit), Hayle Withee (hit) and Sophia Jacobson (hit) paced the offense.

Belfast pitchers allowed six hits and eight walks, with three strikeouts. Lawrence pitchers allowed three hits and no walks, with 12 strikeouts.

Gardiner 8, Medomak Valley 4

At Gardiner May 3, the Panthers got doubled up by the host Tigers. Medomak Valley scored one run in the first inning, one in the second and two in the third, while Gardiner scored one in the third, three in the fifth and four in the sixth.

The visitors were led on offense by Grace White (single, 2 runs), Kaylee Kurr (single, run, 2 RBIs), Addison McCormick (2 singles, stolen base), Haley Puchalski (single, stolen base, RBI), Olivia Pelkey (run, stolen base) and Eliza Spear (single, RBI).

For the hosts, Corinne Vasvary (single, 2 runs, RBI), Dewey Clary (double, run, 3 RBIs), Grace Deering (single, run, RBI), Taylor Hawkins (single), Maddy Naas (2 runs, 2 stolen bases) and Mya Pettengill (3 runs, stolen base) paced the offense.

Brookelynn Gero pitched for the Tigers and allowed six hits and three walks, with two strikeouts. Madi Boynton worked the circle for the Panthers and allowed four hits and six walks, with six strikeouts.

Oceanside’s Ava Philbrook. Photo Mark Haskell

Lincoln Academy 6, Camden Hills 3

At Newcastle May 3, the Eagles doubled up the Windjammers and soared to a home victory. Camden Hills scored two runs in the first inning and one in the fifth, while Lincoln Academy plated two in the second, fourth and sixth frames.

The Windjammers were led at the plate by Alyssa Bland (double, single, 3 stolen bases), Kyra Anderson (single, steal), Olivia Ogier (double, run, 2 steals) and Lillia Stone (single).

For the Eagles, Payson Kaler (single, stolen base), Madison Scott (single), Olivia Stiles (single, 2 runs, 2 steals), Mia Northrup (single, 2 runs, steal), Paige Lafrenaye (single, run, steal) and Katarina Johnson (single, steal) paced the offense.

Grace Houghton pitched for Lincoln Academy and allowed five hits and one walk, with seven strikeouts. Stone and Sierra Laukka pitched for Camden Hills and allowed six hits and two walks, with three strikeouts.

Belfast’s Brynne Sawyer. Photo by Mark Haskell

Oceanside 21, Belfast 3 (5 inns)

At Belfast May 2, the Mariners went on the offensive — and then some — with a lopsided win over the Lions. Oceanside scored three runs in the first inning before unloading a whopping 17 tallies in the second and another in the fourth. Belfast plated one in the third and two in the fourth.

Oceanside was led offensively by Maddie Ripley (single, 3 runs), Aubrianna Hoose (single, 4 runs), Grace Pratt (2 runs), Ava Philbrook (triple, 2 runs), Jordan Hoose (run), Lexi Knowlton (single, 2 runs), Jillian Barnard (2 runs), Maggie Callahan (3 runs), Kylee Johnson (single) and Madison Benner (2 runs).

For Belfast, Kara Richards (single), Haylee Withee (double, single), Danica Gray (run), Brynn Sawyer (single, run) and Natalie Hamlin (run) paced the offense.

Gray pitched for the Lions and allowed five hits and seven walks, with three strikeouts. Pratt and Ripley pitched for the Mariners and allowed four hits and two walks, with eight strikeouts.

Medomak Valley 2, Lincoln Academy 1

At Waldoboro May 2, the Panthers edged the Eagles in a tightly-contested game. Medomak Valley scored in the second and fifth innings, while Lincoln Academy’s run came in the sixth.

The Panthers were paced at the dish by Haley Puchalski (single, run, 2 stolen bases), Olivia Pelkey (single), Grace White (single, run, RBI) and Eliza Spear (single, RBI).

For the Eagles, Katarina Johnson (run) and Nicole Hammond (single) paced the offense.

Natalie Kaler pitched for Lincoln Academy and allowed four hits and no walks, with six strikeouts. Madi Boynton pitched for Medomak Valley and allowed one hit and six walks, with 10 strikeouts.

Oceanside’s Maddie Ripley. Photo by Mark Haskell

Searsport 3, Mattanawcook Academy 2

At Lincoln May 2, the Vikings stayed unbeaten on the young season with a triumph over the Lynx. Searsport scored one run in the first inning and two in the fourth, while Mattanawcook Academy scored single runs in the second and sixth innings.

The Searsport offense was paced by Jordan Greeley (run), Ana Lang (double, run), Hunter Kronholm (run), Kyla Perkins (single) and Baileigh Bagley (single).

For the Lynx, Lauren House (single, run), Jennie Whitten (single) and Ava Sutherland (single, run) paced the offense.

Whitten pitched for Mattanawcook Academy and allowed three hits and six walks, with nine strikeouts. Lang pitched for Searsport and allowed three hits and no walks, with 17 strikeouts.

Brunswick 14, Camden Hills 3 (5 inns.)

At Rockport May 2, the Dragons invaded the Windjammer dock and prevailed by mercy rule. Brunswick scored one run in the first inning, five in the second, two in the third, four in the fourth and two in the fifth, while Camden Hills tallied its runs in the fifth.

The Windjammer offense was led by Kyra Anderson (single), Alyssa Bland (double), Lily Enggass (2 singles), Lillia Stone (single, run), Kennedy Peterson (single) and Ava Dube (single, run).

For the Dragons, Kelsey Cassidy (single, 2 runs), Morgan Foster (run), Kelsey Sullivan (home run), Sophia Morin (2 singles, 2 runs), Ellie Sullivan (run), Caitlin Seitz (single, run), Blake Austin (2 singles, 2 runs), Gabby Swain (single) and Jordyn Cummings (double, single, run) paced the offense.

Ellie Sullivan pitched for Brunswick and allowed seven hits and no walks, with six strikeouts. Sierra Laukka and Stone pitched for Camden Hills and allowed 12 hits and four walks, with four strikeouts.

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