Knox, Waldo and Lincoln county high school baseball and softball teams continued to swing for the fences, as a handful of squads picked up midseason wins in diamond action Monday through Saturday, May 9-14.

On Tuesday, Vinalhaven softball split a pair of home games with Temple Academy of Waterville, while host Oceanside softball was shut out against Cony of Augusta.

Oceanside’s Taygen McAllister. Photo by Ken Waltz

On Monday, Searsport collected road wins over Dexter, while Belfast was swept on the road by Winslow.

Meanwhile, the same day, Medomak Valley of Waldoboro and Camden Hills of Rockport split — which resulted in wins for Windjammer baseball and Panther softball — while Oceanside of Rockland and Lincoln Academy of Newcastle split, as Mariner baseball and Eagle softball collected victories.

Oceanside’s Aubri Hoose. Photo by Ken Waltz

The action continued on Wednesday, May 11 as Medomak Valley bested Morse of Bath and Camden Hills and Belfast fell against Brunswick and Waterville. Mattanawcook Academy of Lincoln also swept the home-standing Vikings of Searsport.

On Thursday, Mount View and Oceanside split, as Mariner softball picked up an 8-0 win and Mustang baseball a 10-0 triumph in Rockland.

Vinalhaven’s Kailyn Hufsey, right, and Lydia Wentworth. Photo by Mark Haskell

On Friday, Searsport bested Stearns of Millinocket, while Medomak Valley split with Gardiner, as did Vinalhaven baseball in a doubleheader with Forest Hills of Jackman.

Additionally, Vinalhaven softball dropped a doubleheader to Rangeley, Belfast was downed by Cony of Augusta and Camden Hills lost against Edward Little of Auburn.

On Saturday, May 14, the Mariners fell to Nokomis of Newport, while Vinalhaven softball dropped a pair of games to Valley of Bingham.

The following is a recap of reported results:

Baseball

Nokomis 6, Oceanside 5

At Newport May 14, the Mariners’ rally in the top of the seventh inning fell short as the Warriors collected their seventh win. Oceanside scored single runs in the first, second and third innings and plated a pair in the seventh, while Nokomis plated two in the first, one in the fifth and three in the sixth.

Jacob Watkinson worked five-plus innings on the hill and Duncan Oakes-Nelsen the rest of the way for Oceanside as the duo combined to allow 12 hits and one walk, with four strikeouts. Grady Hartsgrove, Connor Sides and Ashten Howell pitched for Nokomis and allowed seven hits and five walks, with six strikeouts.

Alex Bartlett (2 doubles, 2 runs, RBI), Oakes-Nelsen (2 singles, 2 RBIs), Watkinson (double), Blade Brann (single), RBI), Bryson Mattox (run), Connor Calderwood (run) and Dominic Vose (run) paced the Mariners at the plate.

The Warriors were keyed by Owen Upton (2 singles, run), Mike Scarf (3 singles, RBI, run), Jordan Hawthorne (2 singles, 2 RBIs), Cody Chretien (run), Lane Godsoe (run), Jacob Bubar (run) and Mason Hopkins (RBI).

Oceanside committed one error and left seven runners on base, while Nokomis made three fielding miscues and stranded eight.

Vinalhaven’s Ira Stockman, right, along with another. Photo by Mark Haskell

Forest Hills 11, Vinalhaven 6

At Thorndike May 13, the Tigers salvaged a split as they bested the islanders in game two. Vinalhaven scored one run in the first inning, three in the third and two in the fourth, while Forest Hills plated four in the first, three in the second, three in the third and one in the fourth.

The Vikings were led at the plate by Robbie Swears (3 singles, 3 runs, 2 stolen bases), Lincoln Dennison (double, single, 2 runs, steal), Ira Stockman (double, single, run, steal) and Alec Radley (double, steal).

Vinalhaven’s Lincoln Dennison. Photo by Mark Haskell

For the Tigers, Mason Desjardins (2 singles, 2 runs, 2 stolen bases), Owen Lacasse (double, 2 singles, 2 runs, 2 steals), Braden Welch (2 doubles, single, run, steal), Connor Achey (run, 2 steals), Jayden Feliberty (single, 2 runs, 3 steals), Brian Snider (single), Liam Achey (single, run, 3 steals), Chris Somerset (2 singles, run, 2 steals) and Carrol Frigon (run, 2 steals) paced the offense.

Radley, Dennison and Stockman worked the bump for Vinalhaven as the trio allowed 13 hits and one walk, with eight strikeouts. Lacasse and Feliberty pitched for Forest Hills and allowed eight hits and one walk, with seven strikeouts.

Vinalhaven 4, Forest Hills 2

At Thorndike May 13, the Vikings doubled up the Tigers in the first of two games between the squads. Vinalhaven plated a pair of runs in the second and third innings, while Forest Hills scored two in the second.

The islanders were led by Lincoln Dennison (run, stolen base), Ira Stockman (run, steal), Alec Radley (2 doubles), Riley Anthony (single, run, steal), Charlie Swears (single) and Kyle Grant (single, steal).

Vinalhaven’s Robbie Swears. Photo by Mark Haskell

For the Tigers, Braden Welch (single, 4 stolen bases), Jayden Feliberty (run, 2 steals), Liam Achey (run, steal) and Aaron Obert (single, 2 steals) paced the offense.

Robbie Swears pitched for Vinalhaven and allowed two hits and four walks, with nine strikeouts. Owen Lacasse pitched for Forest Hills and allowed five hits and two walks, with nine strikeouts.

Searsport 5, Stearns 1

At Searsport May 13, the Vikings put a notch in the win column with a triumph over the Minutemen. Searsport scored three runs in the third frame and added two insurance runs in the sixth, while Stearns plated one run in the fifth.

The Viking offense was led by Nate Ashey (run), Sam Cahill (2 hits, 2 RBIs, run), Cole Ellis (hit), Drew Bagley (hit), Ashton Ellis (run) and Gage Ellis (hit, 2 runs).

For the Minutemen, Zack Doyel (hit), Riley Moors (hit) and Gavin Darling (run) paced the offense.

Josh Wright allowed two hits and one walk, with 11 strikeouts on the bump for Searsport. Jack Morris and Aidan Sanders pitched for Stearns and allowed five hits and seven walks, with eight strikeouts.

Medomak Valley 14, Gardiner 10

At Waldoboro May 13, the Panthers bats were white-hot throughout the day as the hosts swung past the Tigers. Gardiner scored three runs in the first inning, four in the third, one in the fourth, four in the fifth and two in the sixth, while Gardiner plated one in the fourth, six in the fifth, two in the sixth and one in the seventh.

The Panther offense was keyed by Hayden Staples (2 runs), Brady Carter (3 hits, 4 runs, RBI), Isaac Simmons (hit, RBI, 2 runs), Matt Holbrook (3 hits, 3 RBIs, run), Garret Hutchins (hit, run, RBI), Blake Morrison (2 hits, 2 RBIs, run), Wyatt Simmons (hit, run, 2 RBIs), Tucker Holgerson (2 hits, run) and Jaiden Starr (hit, run, RBI).

For the Tigers, Chase Kelley (2 hits), Patrick Mansir (2 runs), Casey Paul (hit, 2 RBIs, 3 runs), Ryan Banister (2 hits, run, RBI), Chase Peaslee (hit, run, 2 RBIs), Gavin White (hit, RBI), Zack Kristan (2 runs) and Gage McGrane (hit, run) paced the offense.

Porter Gahagan, Cole Winchenbach, Ryan Jarvis, Kyle Smith and Eli Pluecker pitched for the hosts and combined to allow eight hits and six walks, with four strikeouts. Mansir and Kristan pitched for Gardiner and allowed 14 hits and four walks, with four strikeouts.

Edward Little 13, Camden Hills 4

At Rockport May 13, the Red Eddies set the offensive tone early and collected a midseason win over the Windjammers. Edward Little scored two runs in the first stanza, four in the second, two in the third, three in the fifth and two in the seventh, while Camden Hills plated two in the third and sixth innings.

Matt Kremin (run), Liam O’Neal (run), Ben Tohanczyn (single, run), Cam Brown (single) and Franklin Coffey (run) led the Windjammers at the plate.

The Red Eddies were keyed by Aiden Gonzalez (2 runs), Kamden Masselli (double, 2 runs, 2 stolen bases), Patrick Anthoine (run), Campbell Cassidy (single), T.J. Kramarz (run, stolen base), Brody Keefe (single, 2 runs), Gavin Levesque (2 runs) and Drew Smith (3 singles, 3 runs, stolen base).

O’Neal pitched for Camden Hills and allowed six hits and four walks, with six strikeouts. Smith and Brady Vincent combined to allow two hits and five walks, with 10 strikeouts for Edward Little.

Cony 20, Belfast 1 (5 inns.)

At Belfast May 13, the Rams went on the offensive — and then some — to the tune of a 10-run fourth inning en route to a rout of the Lions. Cony added six in the first, one in the second and three in the fifth, while Belfast scored its lone run in the second.

Elias Howard, Curtis Littlefield, Kayden Richards and Bobby Banks rapped hits for Belfast and Richards tallied the lone run.

Cony was led by James Presti (2 hits, 3 runs), Kam Douin (hit, 2 RBIs, 3 runs), Sam Flannery (hit, RBI, 4 runs), Davis Kibler (3 hits, 4 runs, 7 RBIs), Landon Foster (run), Jed Billings (hit), Brayden Barbeau (2 hits, 2 runs, 2 RBIs), Tyler Pelletier (hit, run, RBI), Aiden Fleck (2 hits, 3 RBIs, run) and Ashton Demett (hit, run, 2 RBIs).

Ollie Tarbox, K.J. Payson and Thomas Littlefield pitched for the Lions and scattered 14 hits and six walks, with five strikeouts. Foster and Douin pitched for the Rams and allowed four hits and one walk, with seven strikeouts.

Mount View 10, Oceanside 0

At Rockland May 12, the Mustangs galloped past the host Mariners and onto a double-digit victory. Mount View scored three runs in the third inning and added single runs in the fourth and fifth frames before putting the game out of reach with a five-run seventh.

Oceanside’s Austin Chilles, left, and Mount View’s Noah Hurd. Photo by Ken Waltz

Declan Knowlton and Noah Hurd combined on a three-hit shutout for the ‘Stangs as the duo walked two and struck out 14 batters.

Austin Chilles, Connor Calderwood and Bryson Mattox pitched for the Mariners and allowed eight hits and three walks, with 11 strikeouts.

Mount View’s Declan Knowlton. Photo by Ken Waltz

Hurd (3 singles, RBI, run) Dakota Harriman (2 singles, run), Levi Winslow (single, RBI, run), Hunter Penney (single, RBI, run), Knowlton (2 runs), Cole Ripley (RBI) and Porter (run) led the Mustangs at the plate, while Calderwood doubled to key the Mariners.

Oceanside committed seven errors and left six runners on base, while Mount View made one fielding miscue and left eight runners aboard.

Oceanside’s Gil Stewart. Photo by Ken Waltz

Medomak Valley 1, Morse 0

At Waldoboro May 11, it was a fun game for baseball purists as the Panthers edged the Shipbuilders on a a contest that saw the hosts and winners tally one hit.

Medomak Valley, who scored the lone run in the fourth inning, saw Garret Hutchins reach in the frame on a walk, steal second base and move to third base on a ground out by Blake Morrison before he scampered to the plate on a wild pitch.

“It was nice to avenge a loss from earlier in the year,” said Panther coach Greg Rice. “Morse’s pitcher [Gavin Baillargeon] will likely be the best arm we see all year. Credit to my guys for sticking to a game plan and clawing their way through this one.”

Isaac Simmons had the lone hit for the hosts, while Gould (hit), G. Morrison (2 hits), J. Morrison (hit) and Bussey (hit) led the visitors at the plate. First names for Morse players were unavailable.

Matt Holbrook went the distance on the hill for Medomak Valley and tossed a one-hit shutout. He walked three and struck out eight in the winning effort. Baillargeon allowed one hit and four walks, with 11 strikeouts for Morse.

Camden Hills’ Liam O’Neal, left, and Medomak Valley’s Brady Carter. Photo by Mark Haskell

Brunswick 11, Camden Hills 10

At Brunswick May 11, the Windjammers were edged by the Dragons in an all-out slugfest. Camden Hills scored two runs in the first inning, four in the third and four in the sixth, while Brunswick scored one in the first, five in the second, two in the fourth and, two in the fifth and one in the seventh.

The Windjammer offense was led by Hunter Bell (3 runs), Matt Kremin (single, 2 runs, stolen base), Liam O’Neal (single, 2 runs), Hunter Norton (double, 2 runs), Ben Tohanczyn (single, run), Cam Brown (single) and Lucas Moody (single).

For the Dragons, the offense was keyed by Wes Cooper (double, single, 4 runs), Sam Masse (single, 3 runs), Thomas Harvey (4 singles, run), Noah Gaghan (3 singles, 2 runs), Declan Lay (single), Anthony Cooley (single) and Kaleb Thompson (run).

Norton, Pierce and Chadwick toed the rubber for Camden Hills and allowed 12 hits and seven walks, with two strikeouts. Masse and Harvey pitched for Brunswick and allowed six hits and eight walks, with 12 strikeouts.

Camden Hills’ Ben Tohanczyn, left, and Medomak Valley’s Brady Carter on May 9 in high school baseball in Rockport. The host Windjammers beat the Panthers 12-4. Photo by Mark Haskell

Mattanawcook Academy 15, Searsport 2

At Searsport May 11, the Lynx piled on the runs in the late innings and swung past the host Vikings. MA plated four runs in the second, sixth and seventh innings and added single tallies in the third, fourth and fifth frames, while Searsport scored in the first and third.

The Vikings were held to three hits — two from Josh Wright and one from Sam Cahill — while Cahill and Gage Ellis scored.

The Lynx were led at the dish by Isaac Hainer (2 hits, 3 runs, RBI), Jackson Sutherland (hit, 2 runs, 2 RBIs), Griffin House (hit, run, RBI), Lance Wilcox (2 hits, 2 RBIs, 4 runs), Brayden Irish (hit, run), Joe Vicaire (run), James Trott (2 hits, 2 RBIs, run), Carson Munson (hit, run) and Harper Jenkins (hit, 2 RBIs).

Cahill, Kyle Larrabee, Ashton Ellis and Gage Ellis pitched for Searsport and allowed 11 hits and seven walks, with 12 strikeouts. Cole Albert went the distance for Mattanawcook Academy and allowed three hits and no walks, with 10 strikeouts.

Waterville 22, Belfast 10

At Belfast May 11, the Purple Panthers scored runs in bunches throughout the game en route to a lopsided win over the Lions. Belfast scored one in the second, four in the fourth and five in the fifth, while Waterville plated three in the first, five in the third, two in the fourth, seven in the sixth and five in the seventh.

The Lions were led by Elias Howard (hit, 2 runs, 2 RBIs), Eli Veilleux (2 hits, run), Keegan McGowan (hit, run, 2 RBIs), Curtis Littlefield (hit), Thomas Littlefield (hit), Tanner Brewer (hit, RBI), K.J. Payson (hit, 2 runs), Kayden Richards (2 runs), Alec Rolfe (run) and Bobby Banks (hit, run).

For the Purple Panthers, Spencer Minihan (2 hits, 2 runs, RBI), Pierce Delaware (run, RBI), Elias Nawfel (hit, 2 runs, 2 RBIs), Joe Hamelin (run, 2 RBIs), Gage Hubbard (3 hits, 3 runs, 6 RBIs), Xavier Hamlin (2 hits, 3 runs, RBI), Bill Place (2 runs), James Trenholm (hit, run), Benjamin Foster (3 hits, 3 runs, 3 RBIs), Chris Nawfel (hit, 2 runs), Joel Retamozzo (RBI) and Garrett Gendreau (2 hits, 2 runs, 3 RBIs) paced the potent offense.

Curtis Littlefield, Thomas Littlefield, McGowan, Veilleux and Richards pitched for the hosts and scattered 15 hits and seven walks, with two strikeouts. Foster, Gendreau, Hamelin and Miniham pitched for the visitors and allowed nine hits and five walks, with four strikeouts.

Camden Hills 12, Medomak Valley 4

At Rockport May 9, the Windjammers broke open a 3-3 game with a seven-run fifth inning and sailed past the Panthers. Camden Hills also added one in the second, third and fourth innings and two in the sixth, while Medomak Valley plated single runs in the first, third, fifth and sixth frames.

Medomak Valley’s Matt Holbrook, left, and Camden Hills’ Cam Brown. Photo by Mark Haskell

The Camden Hills offense was keyed by Matt Kremin (2 singles, 2 runs), Liam O’Neal (run), Hunter Norton (single, run), Ben Tohanczyn (2 singles, 2 runs), Cam Brown (double, single, 3 runs, stolen base), Lucas Moody (double, 3 singles, 2 runs, 3 steals), Franklin Coffey (double, run) and Adrian Pierce (single).

For Medomak Valley, Brady Carter (3 runs, stolen base), Garret Hutchins (single) and Matt Holbrook (2 singles, steal) paced the offense.

Isaac Simmons, Ryan Jarvis and Cole Winchenbach pitched for the Panthers and scattered 13 hits and four walks, with seven strikeouts. Hunter Bell and Joseph Coffey pitched for the Windjammers and allowed three hits and six walks, with seven strikeouts.

Searsport 12, Dexter 0 (5 inns.)

At Dexter May 9, the Vikings put the game out of reach with a seven-run fifth inning and swung past the Tigers. Searsport also had two in the fourth and added single runs in the first, second and third frames.

Searsport was led at the dish by Nate Ashey (hit, 2 runs), Sam Cahill (2 hits, 2 runs, 2 RBIs), Josh Wright (hit, run), Eli Law (run), Cole Ellis (hit, run, RBI), Chase Brassbridge (2 runs, 2 RBIs), Andrew Donald (run, 2 RBIs), Oliver Carbisiero (hit, RBI) and Gage Ellis (hit, run, RBI).

Will Spratt had the lone hit for Dexter.

Wright tossed a one-hit shutout for the Vikings as he allowed no walks and struck out nine. Willis Rienhardt, Will Kusnierz and Chase Farnsworth pitched for the Tigers and allowed seven hits and nine walks, with three strikeouts.

Medomak Valley’s Kyle Smith. Photo by Mark Haskell

Oceanside 3, Lincoln Academy 1

At Newcastle May 9, the Mariners broke a 1-1 tie with a two-run seventh inning and swung to their third win of the season. Oceanside also scored a run in the fifth, while Lincoln Academy tallied a run in the second.

Duncan Oakes-Nelsen pitched for the Mariners and went the distance, as he allowed four hits and one walk, with nine strikeouts. Griffin Bond and Myles Wotton pitched for the Eagles and allowed six hits and struck out 10 batters.

Connor Calderwood (double, single, RBI), Alex Bartlett (double, 2 runs, RBI), Oakes-Nelsen (single) and Austin Chilles (run) led the Oceanside offense, while Myles Wotton and Spencer Gamage doubled for Lincoln Academy.

Softball

Nokomis 4, Oceanside 1

At Newport May 14, the Mariners took the early lead, but the Warriors scored four unanswered and bested the visitors. Oceanside scored in the first, while Nokomis plated two in the first, one in the second and one in the fifth.

The Mariners were led at the plate by Maddie Ripley (single), Grace Pratt (2 hits, run), Jordan Hoose (hit) and Ava Philbrook (hit).

For the Warriors, Cam King scored two runs, while Hope Brooks and Melissa Walker one.

Pratt pitched for Oceanside and struck out three batters, while Mia Coots struck out six for Nokomis.

Vinalhaven’s Ingrid Stockman. Photo by Mark Haskell

Valley 12, Vinalhaven 1 (3 inns.)

At Bingham May 14, the Cavaliers swung to an 11-run win over the islanders. Valley scored seven runs in the second and five in the third, while Vinalhaven scored one in the first.

Ingrid Stockman singled, scored and swiped three bases to lead Vinalhaven.

Vinalhaven’s Myra Mills. Photo by Mark Haskell

Valley was led by Madeline Hill (2 runs, stolen base), Emily Collins (single, run), Brielle Hill (single, run, steal), Kirsten Bigelow (run, steal), RyLee Clark (single, run, steal), Kayleigh Cates (run, 3 steals), Kelsie Nichols (run), Brooke Stevens (single, 2 runs, 2 steals) and Jalyne Tewksbury (2 runs, steal).

Brielle Hill pitched for Valley and allowed one hit and two walks, with seven strikeouts. Vinalhaven pitchers allowed four hits and five walks.

Valley 16, Vinalhaven 0 (3 inns.)

At Bingham May 14, the Cavaliers made it two wins over the Vikings on the same day, this time via shutout. Valley scored nine runs in the first frame and seven in the second.

Ingrid Stockman had two hits to lead Vinalhaven at the plate.

Valley was led offensively by Madeline Hill (triple, 3 runs, 3 stolen bases), Kirsten Bigelow (2 runs, 3 steals), Emily Collins (home run, double, 2 runs, 2 steals), RyLee Clark (triple, run), Brielle Hill (triple, single, 2 runs, 2 steals), Emma Belanger (single, 2 runs, steal), Surata Wright (run), Jalyne Tewksbury (run, 2 steals) and Kara Bigelow (run).

Rangeley 18, Vinalhaven 4 (5 inns.)

At Thorndike May 13, the Lakers splashed past the Vikings. Rangeley scored 11 runs in the first inning, four in the second and three in the fourth, while Vinalhaven tallied four in the third.

The islanders were led at the dish by Ingrid Stockman (single, run), Becca Osgood (single, run, stolen base), Maddie Miller (run, 2 steals) and Lydia Wentworth (run).

Vinalhaven’s Makayla Boody. Photo by Mark Haskell

For Rangeley, Winnie Larochelle (2 singles, 3 runs, 3 stolen bases), Bristol Quimby (3 runs), Emily Eastlack (double, 3 runs), Bree Quimby (home run, double, 2 steals), Nicole Lemay (double, 3 runs, steal), Isa Whittier (run), Lily Shaffer (run), Amelia Stokes (double, 2 singles, run) and Mya Laliberte (run) paced the offense.

Makayla Martin pitched for Vinalhaven and allowed nine hits and seven walks, with three strikeouts. Rangeley pitchers allowed two hits and six walks, with eight strikeouts.

Rangeley 28, Vinalhaven 1 (5 inns.)

At Thorndike May 13, the Lakers scored 21 first-inning runs and walked past the islanders. Rangeley added four in the second and three in the fourth, while Vinalhaven scored in the third.

Ingrid Stockman (single), Myra Mills (run) and Callie Warren (single) led the offense for the Vikings.

The Lakers were keyed at the plate by Winnie Larochelle (double, 3 runs), Bree Quimby (3 runs, 2 stolen bases), Mya Laliberte (run), Emily Eastlack (double, 4 runs, steal), Bristol Quimby (4 runs, 2 steals), Nicole Lemay (4 runs), Isa Whittier (2 runs), Gracie Feeney (run), Lily Shaffer (single, 3 runs), Ella Shaffer (2 runs) and Amelia Stokes (single, run, steal).

Gardiner 9, Medomak Valley 6 (11 inns.)

At Waldoboro May 13, the Tigers plated four runs in the top of the 11th inning, which was all the visitors needed to remain unbeaten. Gardiner also scored one in the first, one in the third and three in the fourth, while Medomak Valley scored two in the second, two in the third, one in the seventh and one in the 11th.

The Panther offense was led by Kaylee Kurr (single, 2 runs), Aly Creamer (double, single, RBI, 2 runs), Eliza Spear (3 singles, run, RBI), Hayley Puchalski (single, 2 RBIs), Olivia Pelkey (2 singles, run), Addison McCormick (2 doubles, single) and Madi Boynton (2 RBIs).

For the Tigers, Corinne Vasvary (2 singles, double, 2 runs, 3 RBIs), Devin Clary (2 singles, double, 2 runs, RBI), Taylor Takatsu (double, RBI), Grace Deering (single), Lainey Cooley (double, single, run, stolen base), Dakota Lovely (run), Taylor Hawkins (single, run) and Madison Inman (single, 2 runs, 2 RBIs, stolen base) paced the offense.

Boynton pitched for Medomak Valley and allowed 12 hits and two walks, with 11 strikeouts. Brooke Gero pitched for Gardiner and allowed 12 hits and one walk, with eight strikeouts.

Searsport 3, Stearns 1

At Searsport May 13, the Vikings swung to their sixth win in eight games, this time over the Minutemen. Searsport scored three in the fifth inning, while Stearns tallied one in the first.

The Viking offense was paced by Ana Lang (2 singles, run), Jordan Greeley (2 singles, run, stolen base), Lily Nadeau (single) and MyKenzie Tripp (single, run).

For the Minutemen, Alisyn Alley (double, 2 singles, run, stolen base), Kasey Kenyon (single), Kelly Farber (2 singles), Gracyn Sanders (single) and Emma Pelletier (single) led the way at the dish.

Lang pitched for Searsport and allowed eight hits and one walk, with 15 strikeouts. Alley worked in the pitching circle for Stearns and allowed six hits and seven walks, with 10 strikeouts.

Cony 6, Belfast 5 (8 inns.)

At Belfast May 13, the Lions narrowly missed their first win of the campaign as the Rams plated the winning run in an extra inning. Belfast scored four in the fourth inning and another in the sixth, while Cony scored two in the second, one in the fourth, two in the fifth and one in the eighth.

Kara Richards (2 singles), Hayle Withee (2 singles), Lexi Hopkins (single, run), Danica Gray (run), Natalie Hamlin (single, run), Chloe Staples (single), Gabrielle Hoffman (2 runs) and Brynne Sawyer (single) led Belfast at the plate.

Cony was led by Brianna Madore (run), Sage Fortin (single, run), Torrie Webber (single), Alivia St. Peter (2 singles, run), Avery Theriault (single, run), Jasmine Mace (single, run), Suri Ramkissoon (single, run) and Kale Barajas (single).

Hopkins and Gray pitched for the Lions and allowed eight hits and eight walks, with three strikeouts. Cony pitchers allowed eight hits and five walks, with five strikeouts.

Edward Little 8, Camden Hills 5 (9 inns.)

At Rockport May 13, the Red Eddies needed extra innings to dispatch of the host Windjammers. Edward Little scored two in the second frame, two in the third, one in the eighth and three in the ninth, while Camden Hills plated one in the first, two in the fifth, one in the seventh and one in the eighth.

The Windjammer offense was led by Alyssa Bland (2 triples, 2 runs), Olivia Brown (single), Kyra Anderson (single, run, 2 stolen bases), Ava Dube (double, single, steal), Sierra Laukka (single, run, steal) and Lily Enggass (2 singles, run, 2 steals).

For the Red Eddies, Alexis Kelsea (single, stolen base), Leah Thibodeau (single, steal), Tiana Avile (home run, single), Emily Horton (single, steal, run), Amanda Raymond (single, 2 runs, steal), Izzy Jalbert (home run, single), Madisyn Scott (single, run), Erin Cowie (single, run, steal) and Rachel Penny (2 singles, run, 2 steals) paced the offense.

Brown and Stone pitched for Camden Hills and combined to allow 12 hits and three walks, with four strikeouts. Thibodeau pitched for Edward Little and allowed nine hits and one walk, with five strikeouts.

Oceanside’s Ava Philbrook, right, and Mount View’s Madison Roux on May 12 in high school softball in Rockland. The host Mariners beat the Mustangs of Thorndike 8-0. Photo by Ken Waltz

Oceanside 8, Mount View 0

At Rockland May 12, the Mariners sailed to their second win of the campaign with a shutout over the ‘Stangs. Oceanside scored one runs in the first inning, one in the third, three in the fifth and three in the sixth.

Mount View’s Madison Roux, left, and Oceanside’s Jordan Hoose. Photo by Ken Waltz

The Mariners were paced at the plate by Maddie Ripley (3 singles, run), Grace Pratt (run), Jordan Hoose (2 singles, 2 runs), Ava Philbrook (double, 2 singles, 2 runs), Aubrianna Hoose (double, 2 singles, run), Chloe Drinkwater (single), Jillian Barnard (double, run) and Lexi Knowlton (single).

For the Mustangs, Alexa Coffin (single) and Lindsay Reynolds (single) paced the offense.

Grace Pratt pitched a gem for Oceanside as she yielded just two hits and one walk, with a whopping 15 strikeouts. She also struck out the side in the first, second and third innings.

Mount View’s Belle Holt. Photo by Ken Waltz

Coffin pitched for Mount View and allowed 14 hits and two walks, with two strikeouts.

Medomak Valley 9, Morse 0

At Waldoboro May 11, the Panthers got a sensational performance in the pitching circle from Madi Boynton as the hosts blanked the Shipbuilders. Medomak Valley plated three runs in the second inning, two in the fourth and four in the fifth.

Boynton twirled a no-hitter for the Panthers as she walked one and struck out eight in the winning effort. C. Johnson pitched for the Shipbuilders and allowed 10 hits and no walks, with 10 strikeouts.

The Medomak Valley offense was led by Grace White (single, 2 RBIs, stolen base), Aly Creamer (single, steal), Eliza Spear (single, run, steal), Haley Puchalski (home run, single, 2 RBIs, 2 runs), Olivia Pelkey (hit, run, RBI), Addison McCormick (2 singles, 2 runs), Boynton (single, 2 runs, RBI) and Sara Nelson (single, run, steal, RBI).

Mount View’s Madison Roux, left, and Oceanside’s Jillian Barnard. Photo by Ken Waltz

Brunswick 9, Camden Hills 1

At Brunswick May 11, the Dragons protected their lair with ease to the tune of an eight-run win over the Windjammers. Camden Hills’ lone tally came in the fifth inning, while Brunswick plated four in the first, four in the second and one in the fourth.

The Windjammer offense was led by Alyssa Bland (single), Olivia Ogier (single, run, 2 stolen bases) Lily Enggass (single, steal) and Kennedy Peterson (single).

For the Dragons, Kelsey Cassidy (2 runs, stolen base), Morgan Foster (run), Kelsey Sullivan (home run, double, single, 3 runs), Sophia Morin (single, run), Ellie Sullivan (single, run), Blake Austin (single), Gabby Swain (2 singles) and Jordan Cummings (single, run) paced the offense.

Lillia Stone pitched for the visitors and allowed 10 hits and one walk, with one strikeout. Sullivan pitched for the hosts and allowed four hits and two walks, with four strikeouts.

Medomak Valley’s Sara Nelson, left, and Camden Hills’ Alyssa Bland. Photo by Mark Haskell

Mattanawcook Academy 3, Searsport 1

At Searsport May 11, the Lynx edged the Vikings by a two-run margin. Searsport scored its run in the fourth frame, while Mattanawcook Academy tallied two in the second and one in the fourth.

MyKenzie Tripp (single), Ana Lang (run), Hunter Kronholm (single) and Kyla Perkins (single) paced the Vikings at the plate, while the Lynx were keyed by Jenny Whitten (single, 2 runs, stolen base), Ava Sutherland (run, steal), Riley Bubar (single, 2 steals) and Bryn Weatherbeee (single).

Lang pitched for Searsport and allowed three hits and one walk, with 11 strikeouts. Whitten pitched for MA and allowed three hits and three walks, with 12 strikeouts.

Waterville 8, Belfast 3 (9 inns.)

At Belfast May 11, the Purple Panthers went on the offensive in a significant way in extra innings and swung past the Lions. Waterville scored three runs in the fourth inning and five in the ninth, while Belfast tallied two in the third and one in the seventh.

Mia Winslow (single), Hayle Withee (2 singles, run), Danica Gray (single) and Brynne Sawyer (double, 2 runs) keyed the Lion offense, while Kodah Aldrich (3 singles, run), Raylee Gilbert (2 singles, run), SavAnna Cormier (single, 2 runs), Gillian Poulin (single, 2 runs), Denelle Eldridge (single, run) and Yuliya Paquette (single, run) paced the Purple Panthers.

Belfast pitchers allowed nine hits and two walks, with 11 strikeouts. Waterville pitchers allowed five hits and two walks, with 19 strikeouts.

Cony 2, Oceanside 0

At Rockland May 10, the Rams got single runs in the fourth and fifth frames, which proved enough in a road win over the Mariners.

Maddie Ripley (2 singles), Jordan Hoose (2 doubles) and Ava Philbrook (2 hits) paced Oceanside from the batter’s box, while Bri Madore (2 singles, run) and Torrie Webber (run) keyed Cony.

Grace Pratt pitched for the Mariners and struck out nine, while Madore struck out five for the Rams.

Medomak Valley’s Aly Creamer, right, and Camden Hills’ Olivia Ogier. Photo by Mark Haskell

Vinalhaven 10, Temple Academy 9 (6 inns.)

At Vinalhaven May 10, the Vikings walked off with their first win as they bested the Bereans. Vinalhaven scored five in the second, one in the third, two in the fourth and one in the fifth, while Temple Academy plated four in the first, one in the second, one in the third and three in the fourth.

The Vikings were led at the plate by Kailyn Hufsey (double, RBI), Ingrid Stockman (2 singles, 2 runs, stolen base), Maddie Miller (2 doubles, run, steal), Megan Davis (single, run, steal), Myra Mills (single, run, steal), Makayla Martin (2 singles, 2 runs, 3 steals), Grace Warren (2 singles, steal), Audrey Anthony (single, run, steal), Kaylin Hufsey (2 singles, run, 2 steal) and Lydia Wentworth (single, run).

For the Bereans, Laura Sales Alonso (single, 2 runs, 4 steal), Holly Lindeman (2 runs, steal), Katelyn Rose (4 singles, 2 runs, 3 steals), Karissa Dewitt (2 singles, 2 runs, 3 steals), Meredith Thompson (2 singles) and Camryn Cloutier (single, run, steal) paced the offense.

Rose pitched for Temple Academy and allowed 15 hits and three walks, with five strikeouts. Martin worked the circle for Vinalhaven and allowed 10 hits and six walks, with five strikeouts.

Camden Hills’ Breanna Mackay. Photo by Mark Haskell

Temple Academy 9, Vinalhaven 8

At Vinalhaven May 10, the Bereans bested the islanders and salvaged a split in the doubleheader. VInalhaven scored four runs in the first inning, one in the third and three in the fourth, while Temple Academy plated two in the second, two in the third, two in the fourth and three in the fifth.

Becca Osgood (run, stolen base), Maddie Miller (double, 2 runs, steals), Makayla Martin (double, run), Myra Mills (double, single, 2 runs, steal), Grace Warren (single, 2 runs, steal) and Kaylin Hufsey (2 RBIs, steal) led the Vinalhaven offense.

Temple Academy was keyed by Katelyn Rose (run), Holly Lindeman (2 runs, 5 steal), Meredith Thompson (2 runs, steal), Karissa Dewitt (double, 2 runs, steal), Ainslie Milewski (double, run, steal), Devon Tanner (run) and Mariah Johnson (single, run).

Martin pitched for the islanders and allowed three hits and nine walks, with four strikeouts. Temple Academy pitchers allowed five hits and five walks, with four strikeouts.

Medomak Valley 15, Camden Hills 5

At Rockport May 9, the Panthers won their third straight game by mercy rule, this time over the host Windjammers. Medomak Valley went on the offensive in a signficant way early — to the tune of a 10-run first inning — and added one in the second, one in the third, two in the fourth and one in the fifth, while Camden Hills plated single runs in the first, third and fourth frames and two in the fifth.

The Panther hit parade was led by Kaylee Kurr (double, 3 singles, 3 runs, RBI, stolen base), Grace White (3 singles, 4 runs, RBI), Aly Creamer (2 doubles, single, 2 runs, 3 RBIs), Eliza Spear (3 singles, run, 3 RBIs), Haley Puchalski (2-run home run), Olivia Pelkey (double, 2 singles, 2 runs), Kytana Williamson (triple, single, run, steal, RBI) and Sara Nelson (run).

Medomak Valley coach Richard Vannah, left, and Kytana Williamson. Photo by Mark Haskell

For the Windjammers, Alyssa Bland (single, 3 runs, 3 stolen bases), Olivia Ogier (run), Kyra Anderson (single, 3 steals, 2 RBIs), Lillia Stone (single) and Lily Enggass (single, run, steal) paced the offense.

Sierra Laukka and Stone pitched for Camden Hills, as the teammates allowed 19 hits and four walks, with five strikeouts. Creamer pitched for Medomak Valley and allowed four hits and four walks, with five strikeouts.

Camden Hills’ Kyra Anderson. Photo by Mark Haskell

Searsport 10, Dexter 2

At Dexter May 9, the Vikings swung past the Tigers and onto their fifth win in six games. Searsport scored two in the second inning, three in the third, one in the fourth, three in the sixth and one in the seventh, while Dexter plated its runs in the sixth.

Searsport’s offense was paced by Jordan Greeley (single, run, stolen base), Laura Warman (run), Ana Lang (double, 2 singles, 3 runs, steal), Hunter Kronholm (2 singles, run), Kyla Perkins (3 singles, 2 runs, steal), Lily Nadeau (2 runs), Mykenzie Tripp (2 singles, 2 steals) and Abby Astbury (2 singles, steal).

For the Tigers, Abilene Corson (double, run) and Jozlynn Poliquin (run, steal) paced the offense.

Hannah Dean pitched for Dexter and scattered 13 hits and seven walks, with seven strikeouts. Lang worked the circle for Searsport and allowed one hit and one walk, with 18 strikeouts. Lang struck out the side in five of seven innings.

Winslow 17, Belfast 3 (5 inns.)

At May 9, the Black Raiders blasted past the Lions and prevailed via mercy rule. Winslow scored eight runs in the first frame, three in the second, four in the third and two in the fourth, while Belfast plated one in the fourth and two in the fifth.

The Lion offense was buoyed by Kara Richards (single), Mia Winslow (double, run), Hayle Withee (double, single, run), Sophia Jacobson (run) and Danica Gray (single).

For the Black Raiders, Leah Knight (single, 2 runs), Katherine Nichols (2 runs), Michaela Demers (single, run), Nevaeh Duplessie (2 runs), Hattie Bouchard (run), Emma Michaud (2 doubles, 2 singles, 3 runs), Harly Pomerleau (single, run), Lacey Sillanpaa (single, 2 runs), Kaci Fortin (run), Alonna Carerros (single, run), Amber Phillips (single, run) and Bella Morris (single) paced the offense.

Lexi Hopkins pitched for Belfast and scattered 11 hits and two walks, with five strikeouts. Winslow pitchers allowed four hits and two walks, with nine strikeouts.

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