The second half of the regular season is in full swing for high school baseball and softball teams from Knox, Waldo and Lincoln counties, as squads in the region, ultimately, earned a mixed bag of results in games played Monday through Saturday, May 16-21.

On Monday, Oceanside swung to victories over Medomak Valley, while Mount View baseball bested Maranacook of Readfield and Mustang softball split a doubleheader with the Black Bears.

Oceanside’s Blade Brann. Photo Mark Haskell

Belfast also came up short on the diamonds against Lawrence of Fairfield.

On Tuesday, Searsport split with Sumner of Sullivan as baseball won via mercy rule, while softball came up short.

Medomak Valley’s Kaylee Kurr. Photo by Mark Haskell

On Wednesday, May 18, Searsport swung past George Stevens Academy of Blue Hill, Medomak Valley split with Erskine Academy of South China, Oceanside split with Waterville, Camden Hills split with Mount Ararat of Topsham, Mount View softball split a doubleheader with Maine Central Institute of Pittsfield (while baseball beat the Huskies) and Belfast was swept by Lincoln Academy of Newcastle.

The Mount View baseball team also posted a win over MCI.

On Friday, May 20, the Lions swung to wins over Winslow, while the Mariners split with Cony of Augusta and Panthers were swept by Leavitt of Turner. Windjammer baseball also posted a home win over Lewiston, while, on Saturday, May 21, Vinalhaven softball dropped a doubleheader to Richmond.

The following is a recap of reported results:

Baseball

Belfast 7, Winslow 6 (8 inns.)

At Belfast May 20, the Lions got a walk-off hit from Eli Veilleux as the hosts swung to their fourth win of the year. Belfast plated two runs in the first inning, three in the second, one in the third and one in the eighth, while Winslow scored single runs in the first, second and fourth and three in the sixth.

Elias Howard (run), Keegan McGowan (4 hits, 2 runs), Curtis Littlefield (hit, 2 RBIs), Thomas Littlefield (2 hits, 2 RBIs, run), Veilleux (3 hits, 2 RBIs), K.J. Payson (hit, run), Alec Rolfe (hit, run, RBI) and Bobby Banks (hit, run) led the Lion offense.

The Black Raiders were paced by Caden Fitzpatrick (2 hits, 2 runs, RBI), Lucas Boucher (hit, run, RBI), Evan Bourget (hit, 2 RBIs), Tyler Brockway (hit), Nick Girard (hit), Ethan Loubier (hit, 2 runs), Travis Reed (hit, run), Brady Willette (hit) and Andrew Poulin (hit).

Curtis Littlefield went seven innings on the bump for Belfast and allowed 10 hits and no walks, with one strikeout, while Ollie Tarbox tossed an inning of relief and fanned one batter. Poulin and Fitzpatrick combined to allow 13 hits and three walks, with nine strikeouts for Winslow.

Banks reached on a single to start the bottom of the eighth for Belfast and stole second base, while Howard reached after being hit by a pitch and a single by McGowan loaded the bases with no outs.

After the next two batters fanned, Veilleux lined the game-winning single to left field to plate Banks.

Camden Hills 1, Lewiston 0

At Rockport May 20, the Windjammers plated a run in the fourth inning, which was all it needed in a shutout win over the Blue Devils.

Cam Brown (single, run), Hunter Norton (double, single), Owen Berez (double) and Lucas Moody (single) led Camden Hills at the plate, while Lewiston was paced by Tanner Anctil (single) and Michael Dymkoski (single, stolen base).

Liam O’Neal tossed a two-hit shutout on the bump for the Windjammers as he yielded one walk and struck out 12. Jeffrey Randall and Brandon Farinas pitched for the Blue Devils and allowed five hits and one walk, with seven strikeouts.

Cony 2, Oceanside 1 (13 inns.)

At Augusta May 20, the Rams got the first and final runs of the game as they walked off on the Mariners in a 13-inning showdown. Cony scored in the first and 13th, while Oceanside plated its run in the fifth.

Jacob Watkinson went a full nine innings on the hill for Oceanside as he allowed four hits, no walks and plunked one batter, with four strikeouts. Gavin Ripley went the rest of the way as he also allowed four hits and no walks, to go along with two strikeouts.

James Presti, Kam Douin and Landon Foster pitched for Cony and allowed a combined two hits and three walks, with 24 strikeouts.

The Rams were led at the plate by Douin (double), Presti (double, run), James Kibler (single, RBI) and Ashton Dennett (run), while Taygan McAllister scored the run for the Mariners after a fielding error.

Cony left 10 runners on base, while Oceanside stranded seven.

Leavitt 3, Medomak Valley 2

At Turner May 20, the Hornets pushed across what proved to be the winning run in the bottom of the fifth inning and bested the Panthers. Leavitt also scored in the first and third, while Medomak Valley plated runs in the second and third.

Brady Carter (2 hits, run), Isaac Simmons (hit, RBI), Garret Hutchins (hit, run) and Jaiden Starr (hit) paced the Panthers at the plate, while Hornet offense was keyed by Kaden Trenoweth (run), Colton Taylor (hit, run), Conner Decoster (3 hits, run, RBI), Aiden Lind (hit, RBI) and Brogan McCormick (hit, RBI).

Matt Holbrook pitched for Medomak Valley and allowed six hits and two walks, with four strikeouts. Will Keach and Noah Carpenter pitched for Leavitt and allowed five hits and four walks, with five strikeouts.

Searsport 5, George Stevens Academy 2

At Searsport May 18, the Vikings broke a 2-2 tie with a three-run fifth inning and swung past the Eagles. Searsport also plated single runs in the first and third, while GSA tallied runs in the first and fifth.

Ashton Ellis (2 hits, run), Sam Cahill (hit, 2 runs), Josh Wright (hit, run), Cole Ellis (hit, RBI), Chase Brassbridge (RBI), Drew Bagley (hit) and Gage Ellis (run) led the Vikings at the plate.

Sol Lorio (3 hits, run), Brady Pert (hit, run), Harrison Walden (hit, RBI), Kyle Gray (hit), Teague Smallidge (hit) and Dexter Brown (hit) paced the Eagles on offense.

Wright pitched for Searsport and allowed eight hits and no walks, with nine strikeouts. Lorio and Bretton Lebel pitched for GSA and allowed six hits and one walk, with eight strikeouts.

Camden Hills’ Liam O’Neal. Photo by Ken Waltz

Mount View 6, Maine Central Institute 2

At Thorndike May 18, the Mustangs galloped past the host Huskies. Mount View plated one run in the first inning, four in the third and one in the sixth, while MCI scored runs in the second and third frames.

The ‘Stangs were paced at the plate by Noah Hurd (3 hits, run, RBI), Draedyn Furrow (run), Hunter Penney (run), Declan Knowlton (hit, run, 2 RBIs), Dakota Harriman (hit, RBI), Cole Ripley (hit, run), Cal Jewett (hit, RBI) and Sam Valleau (run).

For the Huskies, Kaythean Martinez (3 hits, run), Caleb Bagley (2 hits, RBI), Connor Marquis (hit) and Caleb Kennedy (hit, run) paced the offense.

Knowlton and Furrow pitched for Mount View and allowed seven hits and one walk, with six strikeouts. Nathan McKenney and Logan Cote worked the bump for MCI and allowed seven hits and one walk, with four strikeouts.

Camden Hills’ Joah Thompson. Photo by Ken Waltz

Mount Ararat 19, Camden Hills 10

At Topsham May 18, the Windjammers exploded out of the gate with a six-run first inning, but the Eagles outscored them 19-4 the rest of the way and soared to a win in a game that had no shortage of offense from either side. Camden Hills added one in the second, third, fourth and fifth innings, while Mount Ararat scored three in the first, four in the second, six in the third, five in the fourth and one in the sixth.

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

For Mount Ararat, Ryan Robertson (2 singles, 3 runs), Shea Farrell (2 singles, 4 runs), Landen Chase (single, 3 runs), Carson Taylor (2 singles, 4 runs), Ethan Berry (single, run), Ryan Staples (2 singles, 2 runs), Andrew Clemons (2 singles, run), Brady Merrill (run) Chris Brady (double) and Tucker Swanson (double, single) paced the offense.

Bell, Coffey and Pierce pitched for the Windjammers and scattered 15 hits and 13 walks, with three strikeouts. Robertson, Berry and Clemons pitched for the Eagles and allowed nine hits and nine walks, with nine strikeouts.

Waterville 5, Oceanside 2 (10 inns.)

At Rockland May 18, the Mariners and Purple Panthers battled into extra innings for the second time this season, which resulted in a second win for Waterville. Oceanside scored its runs in the second, while Waterville tallied single runs in the first and third innings and three in the 10th.

Austin Chilles worked seven innings on the bump for the Mariners and allowed two hits and three walks, with nine strikeouts. Connor Calderwood went the rest of the way and allowed four hits and two walks, with five strikeouts.

Gage Hubbard and Joe Hamelin combined to allow six hits and five walks, with 14 strikeouts, for the Purple Panthers.

Taygan McAllister (3 singles), Duncan Oakes-Nelsen (2 singles, run), Jacob Watkinson (double, single, RBI) and Calderwood (run) led Oceanside at the plate.

Waterville was keyed offensively by Elias Nawful (double, run), Hamelin (double, 2 runs, RBI), Garrett Gundreau (run), Gage Hubbard (single, RBI), Ben Foster (run) and Spencer Minihan (single, RBI).

Oceanside had three errors and left a whopping 17 runners on base, while Waterville made one error and standed nine.

On April 25, Waterville swung to a 3-2, 11-inning home victory over Oceanside.

Erskine Academy 12, Medomak Valley 0 (6 inns.)

At Waldoboro May 18, the Eagles blanked the host Panthers and prevailed by mercy rule. Erskine Academy scored three runs in the first inning, one in the second, two in the fourth and six in the sixth.

Matt Holbrook and Wyatt Simmons rapped hits for Medomak Valley, while Erskine Academy was keyed at the dish by Sam Boynton (2 hits, run, RBI), Liam Perfetto (2 hits, 2 runs, 3 RBIs), Grady Hotham (3 hits, 3 RBIs, 2 runs), Isaac Hayden (2 hits, 2 runs, RBI), Tristian Anderson (hit, run, RBI), Beck Jorgensen (hit, RBI), Hunter Foard (2 hits, 2 runs), Holden McKenney (hit, 2 runs).

Holbrook, Porter Gahagan and Cole Winchenbach pitched for the Panthers and allowed 14 hits and one walk, with seven strikeouts. Hotham pitched for the Eagles and allowed two hits and two walks, with nine strikeouts.

Lincoln Academy 6, Belfast 1

At Newcastle May 18, the Eagles plated four runs in the first inning and rode that momentum to a five-run win. Lincoln Academy also scored single runs in the fourth and fifth frames, while Belfast scored in the second.

Thomas Littlefield and K.J. Payson had hits for the Lions, while the Eagles were paced at the plate by Riley Delisle (run), Myles Wotton (hit, run, RBI), Maddox Tilas (run), Spencer Gamage (run), Nick Prior (3 hits, 3 RBIs, 2 runs), Lucas Houghton (hit) and Tucker Stiles (hit, RBI).

Payson and Ollie Tarbox pitched for Belfast and allowed six hits and no walks, with two strikeouts. Griffen Bond, Houghton and Ivan Coffin pitched for Lincoln Academy and allowed two hits and five walks, with eight strikeouts.

Searsport 11, Sumner 1 (6 inns.)

At Searsport May 17, the Vikings swung past the Tigers and onto a mercy rule-shortened win. Searsport scored three runs in the first and second innings, two in the fifth and sixth and one in the third, while Sumner plated one in the sixth.

The Vikings were paced at the plate by Ashton Ellis (4 hits, 3 runs, 2 RBIs), Josh Wright (2 hits, 2 runs, 3 RBIs), Kyle Larrabee (hit, RBI), Cole Ellis (RBI), Chase Brassbridge (run), Tim Smith (hit, run), Drew Bagley (hit, RBI), Andrew Donald (run), Eli Law (RBI), Nate Ashey (2 runs), Gage Ellis (run) and Charlie Lewis (hit, 2 RBIs).

Connor Kelley, Ian Gatcomb, Bo Newenham and Cole Faulkingham rapped hits for Sumner, while Faulkingham scored the team’s lone run.

Gage Ellis went the distance on the hill for Searsport and allowed four hits and no walks, with 11 strikeouts. Bryson Parritt, Ethan Chase and Faulkingham pitched for Sumner and allowed 10 hits and four walks, with two strikeouts.

Medomak Valley’s Garret Hutchins. Photo by Mark Haskell

Oceanside 5, Medomak Valley 3

At Rockland May 16, the Mariners plated five runs in the first two innings and held off the Panthers en route to their fourth win of the campaign. Oceanside scored twice in the first inning and thrice in the second, while Medomak Valley’s three runs came in the fourth frame.

Oceanside’s Alex Bartlett, right, and Medomak Valley’s Porter Gahagan. Photo by Mark Haskell

Duncan Oakes-Nelsen worked six innings on the bump for Oceanside and allowed five hits, four walks and one hit batter, with six strikeouts. Connor Calderwood got the save on the hill as he yielded one hit in one inning of work.

Isaac Simmons went five innings on the mound for Medomak Valley and Porter Gahagan one inning. Simmons allowed nine hits and three walks, with seven strikeouts, while Gahagan walked one and struck out one.

Medomak Valley’s Isaac Simmons, front, and Blake Morrison. Photo by Mark Haskell

Austin Chilles (3 singles, 2 runs, RBI), Alex Bartlett (double, RBI), Oakes-Nelsen (single, RBI), Taygan McAllister (2 runs) and Gil Stewart (run) led the Mariners at the plate.

Brady Carter (2 singles), Matt Holbrook (double, single, run), Wyatt Simmons (2 singles, RBI), Tucker Holgerson (RBI), Isaac Simmons (run) and Garret Hutchins (run) paced the Panthers.

Mount View 11, Maranacook 7

At Readfield May 16, the Mustang offense came to life over the final two innings and galloped past the Black Bears. Mount View scored two runs in the first inning, one in the fifth, three in the sixth and five in the seventh, while Maranacook plated single runs in the first, second, third and fourth innings and three more in the fifth.

The ‘Stangs were led on offense by Noah Hurd (2 doubles, 2 runs), Draedyn Furrow (2 doubles, 2 runs, 3 stolen bases), Hunter Penney (single), Declan Knowlton (single, run), Dakota Harriman (run), Calvin Jewett (run), Levi Winslow (single, run), Sam Valleau (2 singles, 2 runs) and Hayden Porter (single, run).

For the Black Bears, Tyler Hreben (run), Alex Trafton (run, stolen base), Kody Goucher (run, stolen base), Nick Florek (run, steal), Jake McLaughlin (double, run), Brayden St. Pierre (run), Luke McLaughlin (single, run, 3 steals) and Trent Murray (2 singles, 2 steals) paced the offense.

Hurd and Winslow pitched for Mount View and allowed four hits and two walks, with four strikeouts. Trafton, Florek and St. Pierre pitched for Maranacook and allowed 10 hits and four walks, with eight strikeouts.

Lawrence 9, Belfast 0

At Belfast May 16, the Bulldogs bested the Lions via shutout. Lawrence scored two runs in the first, fifth and sixth innings and single runs in the second, third and fourth.

Keegan McGowan and Curtis Littlefield rapped hits for Belfast, while Andrew Trombley (3 hits, 2 runs, RBI), Nate Grard (run), Maddox Santone (RBI), Hunter Lee (hit, 3 runs), Ben Ryder (run), Cameron Dostie (hit, RBI), Parker Higgins (RBI), Michael Hamlin (hit, run, RBI) and Conner Nutting (hit, run) keyed Lawrence at the plate.

Curtis Littlefield and Ollie Tarbox pitched for the Lions and allowed seven hits and three walks, with three strikeouts. Lee pitched for the Bulldogs and allowed two hits and two walks, with 13 strikeouts.

Softball

Richmond 25, Vinalhaven 0 (5 inns.)

At Richmond May 21, the Bobcats blasted past the islanders and prevailed via mercy rule. Richmond scored seven in the second, six in the third and 12 in the fourth.

The Bobcats, with first names unavailable, were paced at the plate by L. Viselli (triple, double, 2 singles, 4 runs), B. Dufresne (2 runs), N. Tribbet (double, 2 singles, 4 runs), I. Stewart (single, 4 runs), A. Lane (double, single, run), K. Brillart (double, 2 runs), J. Alexander (2 singles, run), E. Valley (run), J. Brilliant (double, 3 runs) and K. Briand (double, 3 runs).

Myra Mills singled in the fifth for the lone Viking hit.

Makayla Martin pitched for Vinalhaven and allowed 15 hits and 10 walks, with two strikeouts. N. Tribbet pitched for Richmond and allowed one hit and no walks, with six strikeouts.

Richmond 29, Vinalhaven 0 (5 inns.)

At Richmond May 21, the Bobcats bested the Vikings for the second time on the afternoon. Richmond scored five in the first, nine in the second, five in the third, five in the fourth and five in the fifth.

Megan Davis (single) had the lone hit of the game for Vinalhaven, while Richmond (first names unavailable) was paced at the plate by L. Viselli (2 home runs, 3 singles), B. Dufresne (3 singles), N. Tribbet (2 singles), I. Stewart (double, single), A. Lane (single), J. Alexander (single), E. Valley (single), K. Brilliant (single), J. Brilliant (triple, double, single) and K. Briand (single).

I. Stewart pitched for the Bobcats and allowed one hit and five walks, with five strikeouts. Gracey Warren pitched for the Vikings and scattered 20 hits and six walks, with one strikeout.

Belfast 8, Winslow 7

At Belfast May 20, the Lions swung to their first win of the campaign and edged the visiting Black Raiders. Belfast scored two runs in the first inning, three in the second, one in the fourth and two in the fifth, while Winslow scored one in the first, four in the second and two in the fourth.

The Lions were led at the plate by Kara Richards (double, 2 singles, 2 runs), Mia Winslow (run), Hayle Withee (2 singles, 2 runs), Lexi Hopkins (2 doubles, single), Danica Gray (single), Chloe Staples (single, run) and Sophia Birocco (single, 2 runs).

For the Black Raiders, Leah Knight (2 singles, 2 runs), Tayla Ware (2 runs), Emma Michaud (2 singles, run), Lacey Sillanpaa (single, run), Amber Phillips (single) and Kaci Fortin (run) paced the offense.

Belfast pitchers allowed six hits and three walks, with eight strikeouts. Winslow pitchers allowed 11 hits and one walk, with eight strikeouts.

Leavitt 2, Medomak Valley 1

At Turner May 20, the Hornets snapped a 1-1 tie in the bottom of the seventh inning and walked off with a win over the Panthers. Leavitt also scored in the second, while Medomak Valley’s run came in the top of the seventh.

Kaylee Kurr (double, run, 2 stolen bases) and Aly Creamer (RBI) led the Medomak Valley offense, while Lily Chabot (single, RBI), Nola Boutaugh (home run), Sam Withee (2 singles) and Logan Arsenault (single, steal) keyed Leavitt at the plate.

Abby Albert pitched for the Hornets and allowed one hit and six walks, with 12 strikeouts. Madi Boynton pitched for the Panthers and allowed five hits and two walks, with 10 strikeouts.

Oceanside 16, Cony 14

At Augusta May 20, the Mariners swung to their third straight victory and fourth in five games, this time over the Rams. Oceanside plated two runs in the first inning, five in the third, two in the fourth, five in the sixth and two in the seventh, while Cony plated three in the first, four in the second, three in the fourth, two in the sixth and two in the seventh.

The visitors were led on offense by Maddie Ripley (double, 2 runs, 2 stolen bases), Grace Pratt (3 singles, 4 runs, 6 steals), Jordan Hoose (2 singles, 2 runs, steal), Ava Philbrook (double, single, 3 runs, steal, RBI), Aubri Hoose (double, 2 singles, 2 runs, 2 steals), Maggie Callahan (single, 2 runs, RBI) and Jillian Barnard (home run, single, steal).

For the hosts, Sage Fortin (2 doubles, 2 runs), Jasmine Mace (2 runs, steal), Alivia St. Peter (3 runs), Haylee Cyr (run), Torrie Webber (double, 2 runs, steal), Avery Theriault (2 runs, steal), Suri Ramkissoon (single, 2 runs, steal) and Addi Lebel (run) paced the offense.

Pratt pitched for the Mariners and fanned four batters in the win, while Alivia St. Peter struck out two for the Rams.

Oceanside 12, Waterville 2 (5 inns.)

At Rockland May 18, the Mariners sailed to a lopsided win over the Purple Panthers. Oceanside scored three runs each in the first, third, fourth and fifth frames, while Waterville scored single runs in the first and third innings.

The Mariner offense was keyed by Maddie Ripley (double, single, 3 runs), Grace Pratt (2 hits, 4 runs), Jordan Hoose (single, RBI), Ava Philbrook (2 singles, run), Jillian Barnard (hit), Chloe Drinkwater (hit, run), Lexi Knowlton (hit, run) and Maggie Callahan (hit, run). For the Purple Panthers, Kodah Aldrich (run), Raylee Gilbert (single) and Gillian Poulin (single, run) paced the offense.

Pratt pitched for Oceanside and allowed two hits and no walks, with three strikeouts. Gilbert pitched for Waterville and allowed 11 hits and struck out three.

Camden Hills 11, Mount Ararat 5

At Topsham May 18, it was a significant day at the plate — and overall — for the visiting Windjammers as they sailed to their first win. Camden Hills scored three runs in the first inning, two in the third, three in the fourth and three in the sixth, while Mount Ararat plated two in the second, two in the third and one in the sixth.

“[This victory] was the result of all those practices where each player practiced at various positions and learned the game from different vantage points on the field,” said Camden Hills coach Rowena Motylewski. “We were able to minimize errors, pick up our teammates and successfully execute nearly every aspect of our game. Most importantly, we were playing the ball we knew we could be playing all along. The girls are happy to see their work paying off and it’s definitely a good beginning to the second half of our season.”

The Windjammers were led at the dish by Alyssa Bland (double, run), Olivia Brown (2 singles, 2 runs, 2 stolen bases), Kyra Anderson (2 singles, 3 runs, 6 steals), Sierra Laukka (double, 3 singles, 2 runs, 3 steals), Lily Enggass (double, single, run, 2 steals), Kerrigan Peterson (single), Brenna Mackey (single, 2 steals), Kennedy Peterson (2 singles, run, steal) and Reygan Andreaus (single, run, steal).

For the Eagles, Lexi Dupre (single, run, stolen base), Morgan Ruff (single), Reagan Robertson (single), Megan Reed (double, run), Kennedy Lampert (single, stolen base), Sydney Stewart (single, run), Audrey Nile (single, run, stolen base) and Allie Hunter (single, run, stolen base) paced the offense.

Laukka pitched for Camden Hills and allowed eight hits and one walk, with five strikeouts. Reed worked the circle for Mount Ararat and scattered 16 hits and one walk, with three strikeouts.

Oceanside’s Maggie Callahan bunts the ball against Medomak Valley on May 16 in highh school softball in Rockport. The host Mariners beat the Panthers 4-3. Photo by Mark Haskell

Searsport 9, George Stevens Academy 2

At Searsport May 18, the Vikings got back on the winning track with a triumph over the Eagles. Searsport scored two runs in the second inning, five in the third and two in the fourth, while GSA tallied two in the fourth.

The Viking offense was keyed by Ana Lang (2 doubles, single, stolen base), Jordan Greeley (single, 2 steals), Hunter Kronholm (2 runs), Baileigh Bagley (double, run), Abby Astbury (single, run), Lily Nadeau (single, 3 runs, 3 steals), Kyla Perkins (2 doubles, run, steal) and Laura Warman (run, 2 steal).

For the Eagles, Layla Pickering (run), Alyssa Ladd (single, run, stolen base) and Taylor Barnet (single) paced the offense.

Lang pitched for Searsport and allowed two hits and no walks, with 19 strikeouts. Lang struck out the side in three innings, including fanning five batters in the fourth, as two batters struck out, but reached base on dropped third strikes.

Ladd pitched for GSA and allowed eight hits and five walks, with four strikeouts.

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

At Waldoboro May 18, the Panthers went on the offensive in a significant way and belted their way past the Eagles. Medomak Valley scored four runs in the first inning, three in the second, four in the third and two in the fourth, while EA scored runs in the first and third frames.

Kaylee Kurr (double, 2 singles, 2 runs, 2 RBIs), Grace White (double, 2 runs, RBI), Aly Creamer (triple, double, single, 2 runs, 3 RBIs), Eliza Spear (single, run, 3 RBIs), Haley Puchalski (triple, single, run, RBI), Olivia Pelkey (RBI), Emily Bryant (run), Addison McCormick (2 singles, 2 runs, steal), Madi Boynton (single, run, RBI), Sara Nelson (single, run) and Kytana Williamson (single, RBI) led the potent Panther offense at the plate.

The Eagles were keyed by Madison Lully (single), Kassidy Barrett (double, single, run, RBI), Kenzie Kutniewski (double, RBI), Bryana Barrett (single) and Abby Dunton (single, run, stolen base).

Boynton pitched for Medomak Valley and allowed six hits and no walks, with six strikeouts. Hannah Huff worked the pitching circle for Erskine Academy and scattered 15 hits and no walks, with one strikeout.

Mount View 9, Maine Central Institute 8 (5 inns.)

At Thorndike May 18, the Mustangs held off a late Huskies rally and prevailed by one run. Mount View scored one run in the first inning, six in the second and two in the third, while MCI plated four in the third, two in the fourth and two in the fifth.

The Mustangs were keyed on offense by Alexa Coffin (single, run), Maddie Roux (2 singles, run), Hannah Coolen (home run), Kayleigh Dunton (double, single), Lindsay Reynolds (single, run), Bailey Cartier (single, run), Madeline Holmes (single, 2 runs), Payton Munro (single, run) and Brooke Dyer (run).

For the Huskies, the offense was led by Hannah Robinson (2 singles, 2 runs), Ruby Kitchin (run), Gracie Moore (double, single, run), Danielle Dow (run), Trinity Leavitt (double, run), Jillian Riendeau (double), Skyla Dean (double, single, run), Chi Chi Rivera (single, run).

Coffin pitched for Mount View and allowed eight hits and three walks, with six strikeouts.

Maine Central Institute 11, Mount View 4 (5 inns.)

At Thorndike May 18, the Huskies salvaged a split on the afternoon and bested the Mustangs. MCI scored six runs in the first inning, two in the second, one in the fourth and one in the fifth, while Mount View scored one in the first, one in the fourth and two in the fifth.

The ‘Stangs were led at the dish by Roux (single, 2 runs), Kayleigh Dunton (2 doubles), Jordan Von Oesen (run) and Lindsay Reynolds (single, run).

For the Huskies, Hannah Robinson (run), Gracie Moore (home run, double, 2 runs), Danielle Dow (single, 2 runs), Trinity Leavitt (double, single, 2 runs), Jyllian Riendeau (single, run), Skyla Dean (single, run), Jessica Foster (single, run) and Lily Kitchin (single, run) paced the offense.

Coffin pitched for Mount View and allowed nine hits and three walks, with three strikeouts. MCI pitchers allowed four hits and one walk, with three strikeouts.

Sumner 3, Searsport 1

At Searsport May 17, the Tigers swung to their ninth straight victory, this time over the defending state Class D champions. Sumner plated runs in the first, sixth and seventh innings, while Searsport scored in the sixth.

The Vikings were led at the plate by Jordan Greeley (single, run), Hunter Kronholm (2 singles, stolen base) and Baileigh Bagley (single).

For the Tigers, Rachel Colby (home run, 2 singles), Clara Christiansen (double, run), Jenna Colby (single) and Caroline Tracey (triple, single) paced the offense.

Ana Lang pitched for Searsport and allowed seven hits and no walks, with 16 strikeouts. Tracey pitched for Sumner and allowed four hits and three walks, with 11 strikeouts.

Rachel Colby singled to start the game and later came in on a single by Jenna Colby, while the Tigers took a 2-0 lead in the sixth after Christiansen doubled and was singled in by Tracey.

In the sixth, Searsport cut its deficit to 2-1 after Greeley singled and came in on a sacrifice fly by Kronholm, but the Tigers added an insurance run in the seventh when Rachel Colby scored on an inside-the-park home run.

Oceanside’s Maddie Ripley. Photo by Mark Haskell

Oceanside 4, Medomak Valley 3

At Rockland May 16, the Mariners held off a late Panther rally and swung to a crucial home victory. Oceanside scored one in the first, two in the fourth and one in the fifth, while Medomak Valley plated two in the fourth and one in the seventh.

The Mariners were led at the plate by Maddie Ripley (triple, run), Jordan Hoose (single, RBI), Ava Philbrook (double, run), Aubri Hoose (2 singles, run), Jillian Barnard (single, RBI) and Maggie Callahan (single, run).

Medomak Valley’s Madi Boynton. Photo by Mark Haskell

For the Panthers, Kaylee Kurr (single), Eliza Spear (single, run), Addison McCormick (double, single, run, RBI) and Haley Puchalski (triple, run) paced the offense.

Addison McCormick and Madi Boynton combined to allow seven hits and no walks, with two strikeouts for Medomak Valley. Grace Pratt pitched for Oceanside and allowed five hits and one walk, with 11 strikeouts.

Maranacook 12, Mount View 1 (5 inns.)

At Readfield May 16, the Black Bears plated eight runs in the first inning and rode that momentum to a victory over the Mustangs. Maranacook added three in the third and one in the fourth, while Mount View scored in the third.

Alexa Coffin (single), Brooke Dyer (single, run) and Kelsea Doughty (single) keyed the Mount View offense.

Maranacook was led at the plate by Shylah Woodford (triple, 2 singles, 3 runs), Grace Dwyer (double), Kaleigh Kubicki (single, 2 runs), Allie Labelle (home run, single), Esme Jamison (run), Annie Brann (2 singles, run), Natalie Deane (single, run), Morgan Boynton (run) and Alissa Michaud (2 singles, 2 runs).

Labelle pitched for Maranacook and allowed three hits and no walks, with two strikeouts. Coffin worked the circle for Mount View and scattered 12 hits and three walks, with three strikeouts.

Oceanside’s Grace Pratt. Photo by Mark Haskell

Mount View 4, Maranacook 1 (5 inns.)

At Readfield May 16, the Mustangs drew even with the Black Bears on the day and split the second game of the doubleheader. Mount View scored twice in the fourth and fifth innings, while Maranacook scored in the first.

The Mustangs were led at the plate by Alexa Coffin (single, run), Maddie Roux (double), Hannah Coolen (2 singles, run), Kayleigh Dunton (2 singles, run), Bailey Cartier (single) and Brooke Dyer (single, run).

For the Black Bears, Alissa Michaud (single), Grace Dwyer (double, single, run) and Kaleigh Kubicki (single) paced the offense.

Coffin pitched for Mount View and allowed four hits and two walks, with three strikeouts. Maranacook pitchers allowed eight hits and two walks, with seven strikeouts.

Lawrence 14, Belfast 1

At Belfast May 16, the Bulldogs took a bite of the Lions in the late innings and kept the hosts winless on the campaign. Lawrence scored one in the first, four in the third, three in the sixth and six in the seventh.

Hayle Withee (single) and Natalie Hamlin (single) paced Belfast at the dish, while Lawrence was led by Kaylee Elkins (single, 3 runs), Taylor Wilkie (2 singles, 4 runs), Jade Sullivan (2 runs), Sage Reed (triple, single), Jazmin Johnson (single), Maylie Knox (single, run), Rylee Veilleux (single, run), Lila Pierce (run), Emily Hagerty (single, run) and Ruby Pierce (run).

Lexi Hopkins pitched for Belfast and allowed nine hits and seven walks, with two strikeouts. Reed pitched for Lawrence and allowed two hits and one walk, with 13 strikeouts.

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