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Playoff time: Youth baseball teams swing for postseason advancement

Five area teams compete in Maine Independent Baseball League playoffs
By Staff | Aug 04, 2020
Photo by: Ken Waltz Scene from Raiders and Fairfield on Aug. 3 in Maine Independent Baseball League 17U playoff action in Fairfield. Raider Noah Crosby makes a pitch.

The Maine Independent Baseball League regular season has drawn to a close, as teams prepare to not only compete in the playoffs, but to claim inaugural championships.

The final regular-season games played out on Sunday, Aug. 2, as the playoffs began Monday, Aug. 3 and will conclude with the championship games in two age divisions on Sunday, Aug. 9 in Augusta.

The semifinal and championship games will be played at the CARA Complex in Augusta, while previous playoff games will be at the home of the higher seeds.

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The final standings for all three divisions (spanning two age groups) include:

17U North — Motor City 13-2, Machias 9-3, Rock Coast Rip Tide (Rockport) 9-5-1, Downeast Storm 7-7, Midcoast (Belfast) 7-9, Hermon 6-10, Sebasticook 5-10-1 and River Hawks 4-11.

17U South — Falmouth 13-3, Turner Bandits 12-3, Skowhegan 9-4-1, Winthrop 7-6-1, Capital Bombers 7-6-3, Maineiacs (Waldoboro) 6-7-1, Messalonskee 3-9, Fairfield 4-12 and Raiders (Waldoboro) 3-12-1.

19U — River Dogs 10-3, Skowhegan 10-4, Motor City 10-4, Acadians 8-4, Messalonskee 5-7, Tidewater Oil 6-9, Fairfield 2-10 and River Jacks 2-11.

Teams were required to complete at least 12 regular-season games to qualify for postseason. Thus, teams from the three divisions — including three separate Sluggers teams, one from Houlton and one from Sting — are ineligible.

17U quarterfinal games will be played, weather permitting, on Tuesday and Wednesday, Aug. 4-5, and the semifinals on Friday, Aug. 7, while the 19U quarterfinals will be on Thursday, Aug. 6.

The lone prelim playoff game was completed on Monday, Aug. 3 in 17U South as No. 8 Fairfield swung to a 9-3 victory over No. 9 Raiders, which knocked the Waldoboro-based squad from the playoffs.

Fairfield moves onto the quarterfinals, where it will play at No. 1 Falmouth on Wednesday, Aug. 5 at 5:30 p.m.

Other 17U South quarterfinal games include: No. 6 Maineiacs at No. 3 Skowhegan on Tuesday, Aug. 4 at 5 p.m., and No. 7 Messalonskee at No. 2 Turner Bandits and No. 5 Capital Bombers at No. 4 Winthrop, on Wednesday, Aug. 5 at 5 p.m.

17U North quarterfinal games include: No. 8 River Hawks at No. 1 Motor City, 5:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Aug. 4 and No. 7 Sebasticook at No. Machias, 5 p.m., No. 6 Hermon at No. 3 Rock Coast Rip Tide, 5 p.m., and No. 5 Midcoast at No. 4 Downeast Storm, 5:30 p.m., on Wednesday, Aug. 5.

19U quarterfinal games, scheduled for Thursday, Aug. 6 at 5 p.m., include: No. 8 River Jacks at No. 1 River Dogs, No. 7 Fairfield at No. 2 Motor City, No. 6 Tidewater Oil (Midcoast) at No. 3 Skowhegan and No. 5 Messalonskee at No. 4 Acadians.

The schedule for semifinal and championship games at the CARA Complex in Augusta is as follows:

19U semifinals: 9 a.m. and 11:30 a.m., Saturday, Aug. 8.

17U semifinals (zone championships): South semifinal, 2 p.m., North semifinal, 4:30 p.m., Saturday, Aug. 8. Between games, a coin flip for home field of Sunday’s championship will take place.

19U championship: 4 p.m., Sunday, Aug. 9.

17U championship: North champion versus South champion, 1 p.m., Sunday, Aug. 9.

Area 17U rosters

Maineiacs (Waldoboro) — Isaac McCollett, Ethan Reed, Garret Hutchins, Hayden Staples, Isaac Simmons, Tucker Holgerson, Aaron Reed, Isaac Bickford, Eli Pluecker, Porter Gahagan, Donnie Havener, Walker Simmons, Blake Morrison and Wyatt Simmons. The team is coached by Keith Simmons.

Raiders (Waldoboro) — Max Moody, Noah Crosby, Isaiah Staples, Ryan Jarvis, Kallon Mortensen, Tyler Metcalf, Logan Look, Tristan Francis, Ivan Murphy, Matthew Holbrook, Sam Moody and Kyle Smith. The team is coached by Matt Moody.

Midcoast (Belfast) — Oliver Tarbox, Zepherin Leppanen, Kyle Ingraham, Matthew LeBlanc, Curtis Littlefield, Dakota Harriman, Cody Reynolds, Jacob Lindelof, Andrew Donald, Cole Ellis, Ashton Ellis, Gage Ellis, Declan Knowlton, Daveon Raven, Noah Hurd, Anthony Lepore, Liam McConnell, Patrick McConnell and Nathan Ashey. The team is coached by Fred Black.

Rock Coast Rip Tide (Five Town) — Elias Libby, Duncan Oakes-Nelsen, Alex Bartlett, Bowen Brann, Joe Coffey, Cameron Brown, Sawyer Olsen, Mason Chadwick, Lucas Moody, Blade Brann, Owen Hotchkin, Owen Berez, Landonn Tabbutt, Eben Fagonde and Ben Tohanczyn. The team is coached by Barrett Brown.

Area 19U roster

Tidewater Oil (Midcoast in Belfast) — Dylan Abbott, Jason Bartlett, Isaac Bernosky, Brandon Cournoyer, True Crane, Joey Curtis, Reid Gagnon, Eamon Goscinski, Liam McConnell, Patrick McConnell, Obie Miller, Sam Moody, Dakota Payson, Ethan Porter, Aiden Schecter, Tanner Veilleux and Tommy Walker. The team is coached by Kurt Payson, Tim Moody and Penson Bartlett.

The following is a recap of recently-reported results:

17U

Playoff: No. 8 Fairfield 9, No. 9 Raiders 3

At Norridgewock Aug. 3, the home team benefited from an eight-run third inning and bounced the Raiders from playoff contention. Fairfield added an insurance run in the sixth, while the Raiders plated one in the fifth and two in the seventh.

Leading the Raiders on offense were Staples (single, run, stolen base), Mortensen (single, stolen base), Moody (single, run, 2 stolen bases), Crosby (double, run, 3 stolen bases), Look (single, stolen base) and Francis (run, stolen base).

For Fairfield, with first names unavailable, Santone/Berube (single), Hubbard (double, 2 singles, run), Lunt/Craig (3 singles, run), Carpenter (single, run), Dostie (single, run, stolen base), Littlefield (single, run), C. Craig (double, run), Murphy (2 singles, run), B. Hamlin (single, run) and Ward (single, run) paced the offense. Two names appear at times because it is unclear which player had the at-bat.

Raider pitchers scattered 15 hits and six walks, with three strikeouts. Fairfield pitchers allowed five hits and 10 walks, with 11 strikeouts.

Falmouth 8, Rock Coast Rip Tide 2

At Rockport July 31, Falmouth cemented its status atop the South Division with a win over the Rip Tide. Falmouth scored five runs in the second inning and one in the fourth, fifth and seventh, while the Rip Tide scored in the fourth and fifth.

Leading Rock Coast at the plate were Tohanczyn (single), Bo Brann (single, run), Chadwick (single), Hotchkin (single), Brown (single, run) and Oakes-Nelsen (single).

For Falmouth, with last names unavailable, Patrick (single), Ben (run), Tim (single, stolen base), Dom (single, run), Bennett (single, run), Jimmy (double, run), Matt (run), Miles (single, run), Ryan (2 runs) and Robert (2 singles) paced the offense.

Rip Tide pitchers allowed eight hits and seven walks, with five strikeouts. Falmouth pitchers allowed six hits and no walks, with 11 strikeouts.

Sebasticook 7, Midcoast 1

At Searsport July 31, Sebasticook got a crucial season-ending win over Midcoast to keep it out of the cellar in the North playoffs. Sebasticook scored four runs in the first and one in the third, sixth and seventh innings, while Midcoast’s lone run came in the first.

Leading the Midcoast offense were Leppanen (run, stolen base), Ashey (stolen base), Ingraham (single), Littlefield (2 singles, run), Harriman (single), Donald (single) and Patrick McConnell (stolen base).

For Sebasticook, with first names unavailable, K.K. Martinez (single, 2 runs, 3 stolen bases), Hunter Upton (double, 2 runs, stolen base), Mike Scharf (double, 2 runs) and Hawthorn (single) paced the offense.

Midcoast pitchers allowed four hits and six walks, with nine strikeouts. Sebasticook pitchers allowed five hits and five walks, with five strikeouts.

Rock Coast Rip Tide 10, Midcoast 0 (5 inns.)

At Rockport July 29, the Rip Tide defended their home field with ease after a shutout win over Midcoast. The Rip Tide scored eight runs in the second inning and added a pair in the fourth.

Leading Rock Coast at the dish were Tohanczyn (run), Brown (2 runs, stolen base), Bartlett (single, run), Libby (2 runs), Oakes-Nelsen (single, run), Coffey (run), Chadwick (run) and Fagonde (double, run).

For Midcoast, Leppanen (single) and Knowlton (single) paced the offense.

Midcoast pitchers allowed three hits and five walks, with two strikeouts. Oakes-Nelsen pitched for the Rip Tide, as he allowed two hits and three walks, with five strikeouts.

Capital Bombers 5, Midcoast 2

At Augusta July 26, the Bombers bombed past Midcoast. Midcoast scored one in the fourth and seventh frames, while the Bombers scored one in the first, two in the second and two in the third.

Leading the Bombers, with last names unavailable, at the plate were Wyatt (2 singles, run, stolen base), Riley (single, run), Alex (single, run, stolen base), Jackson (single, run, stolen base), Kai (single) and Jeff (single, run).

For Midcoast, Leppanen (run, stolen base), Ashey (double, run, stolen base) and Knowlton (single, stolen base) paced the offense.

Hurd and Patrick McConnell pitched for Midcoast, as the two allowed seven hits and two walks, with nine strikeouts. Capital Bomber pitchers allowed two hits and no walks, with eight strikeouts.

Capital Bombers 9, Midcoast 4

At Augusta July 26, the Bombers made it a sweep of Midcoast en route to a five-run win. The Capital Bombers scored three runs in the first inning, three in the fifth, one in the sixth and two in the seventh, while Midcoast plated four of its runs in the first inning.

Leading Midcoast at the plate were Hurd (2 singles, run), Leppanen (2 singles, run), Ashey (double, run), Patrick McConnell (single, run, stolen base), Knowlton (2 stolen bases) and Reynolds (single).

For the Bombers, with last names unavailable, Wyatt (2 singles, stolen base), Isaac (single, run, stolen base), Max (double, single, 2 runs, stolen base), Alex (double), Jeff/Aiden (single, 2 runs, 2 stolen bases), Nick (run, stolen base) and Davis/Kai (single, 2 runs, stolen base) paced the offense. Two names appear at times because it is unclear which player had the at-bat.

Knowlton pitched for Midcoast, as he allowed eight hits and no walks, with seven strikeouts. Alex pitched for the Bombers, as he allowed seven hits and three walks, with seven strikeouts.

Skowhegan 9, Maineiacs 7

At Norridgewock July 26, Skowhegan made it a doubleheader sweep with a triumph over the Maineiacs. Skowhegan scored three runs in the first inning, two in the third, one in the fourth, two in the fifth and one in the sixth, while the Maineiacs tallied three in the first and one in the second, fifth, sixth and seventh innings.

Hutchins led the Maineiacs with a double and two singles, while Ethan Reed (single), What Simmons (single), Staples (double) and Aaron Reed (double) also chipped in on offense.

Aaron Reed and Staples pitched for the Maineiacs.

Skowhegan 10, Maineiacs 6

At Norridgewock July 26, Skowhegan emerged with a four-run win over the Maineiacs. Skowhegan scored three runs in the first inning, one in the third, to in the fourth, three in the fifth and one in the sixth, while the Maineiacs plated one in the first, third, fifth and sixth innings and two more in the seventh.

Ethan Reed doubled and singled twice to lead the Maineiacs, while Aaron Reed (double, single), Staples (single), Morrison (single), Hutchins (single) and Wyatt Simmons (single) also chipped in on offense.

Staples and Isaac Simmons pitched for the Maineiacs.

Turner Bandits 9, Raiders 0

At Rumford July 26, the Bandits justified their claim as one of the top teams in the league with a shutout win over the Raiders. Turner scored one run in the first inning, three in the second, two in the third and three in the fifth.

The Raiders were paced at the plate by Matthew Holbrook (single), Moody (single), Staples (single) and Look (single), while the Bandits, with first names unavailable, were led at the dish by C. Brown (2 doubles, 3 runs), A. Decoster (single), G. Mollica (run), D. Berry (double, single), J. York (double), B. McCormick (2 singles), M. Brown (2 singles), J. Lucy (2 singles, run), T. Sawyer (2 singles, run) and R. Thibeault (run).

Brown went the distance on the hill for the Bandits, tossing a four-hit shutout with five walks and seven strikeouts. Raider pitchers scattered 14 hits and three walks, with two strikeouts.

Rock Coast Rip Tide 12, Raiders 2 (5 inns.)

At Rumford July 26, the Rip Tide’s bats were white hot in a mercy-rule win over the Raiders. The Rip Tide scored  12 runs in the third inning.

Leading the Rock Coast offense were Tabbutt (run), Brown (triple, double, 2 runs), Bartlett (run), Libby (triple, double, 2 runs), Oakes-Nelsen (run), Brann (run), Chadwick (single, run), Coffey (single, run), Olsen (2 singles, run) and Hotchkin (single, run).

For the Raiders, Mortensen (single, run, stolen base), Moody (double, run), Look (single) and Holbrook (single) led the offense.

Raider pitchers allowed nine hits and 11 walks, with six strikeouts. Rip Tide pitchers allowed four hits and two walks, with two strikeouts.

Turner Bandits 7, Rock Coast Rip Tide 3

At Rumford July 26, the Bandits evaded the Rip Tide and collected a four-run win. Turner scored two runs in the first and second innings and added three more in the third, while Rock Coast scored two in the first and one in the third.

Leading the Rip Tide offense were Tohanczyn (single, run), Brown (run), Libby (triple, double, single, run), Bo Brann (single) and Oakes-Nelsen (single).

For the Bandits, with first names unavailable, C. DeCoster (single, 2 runs, 3 stolen bases), Mollica (2 singles, 2 runs), Berry (2 singles, run), McCormick (run) and Bean (run) paced the offense.

Rock Coast pitchers allowed five hits and five walks, with eight strikeouts. Turner pitchers allowed six hits and two walks, with six strikeouts.

Rock Coast Rip Tide 7, River Hawks 3

At Rockport June 24, the Rip Tide emerged victorious over the River Hawks. Rock Coast scored one run in the second inning, two in the third, one in the fourth, one in the fifth and two in the sixth, while the River Hawks plated three runs in the third.

Leading the Rip Tide offense were Fagonde (single, run), Libby (single, 2 runs, stolen base), Oakes-Nelsen (single), Brown (single, stolen base), Berez (run), Coffey (2 singles, run), Chadwick (run) and Olsen (single, run).

For the River Hawks, with first names unavailable, Adams (run), Desjardins (run), Pinkham (run, stolen base) and Lyons (single) paced the offense.

Oakes-Nelsen went the distance on the bump for the Rip Tide, as he allowed one hit and two walks, with nine strikeouts. River Hawk pitchers allowed seven hits and six walks, with seven strikeouts.

Raiders 1, Capital Bombers 1 (8 inns.)

At Waldoboro July 24, the Raiders and Capital Bombers settled for a stalemate. The Raiders collected their lone run in the fourth inning, while the Capital Bombers pushed across the tying run in the seventh.

Leading the Raider offense were Moody (single), Crosby (double, stolen base, run) and Francis (single).

Raider pitchers allowed two hits and four walks, with eight strikeouts. Bomber pitchers allowed three hits and six walks, with 13 strikeouts.

Midcoast 13, Hermon 9

At Searsport July 22, Midcoast tacked on much-needed insurance runs in the sixth inning and fended off visiting Hermon. Midcoast scored one in the first, three in the third, six in the fourth and three in the sixth, while Hermon tallied single runs in the second, third and fifth innings, in addition to a six-run fourth.

Leading the hosts at the plate were Leppanen (2 hits, 2 runs, RBI), Ashey (hit, 2 runs), Knowlton (2 runs, RBI), Pat McConnell (hit, 3 RBIs), Hurd (run), LeBlanc (2 runs), Ingraham (hit), Littlefield (hit, 2 RBIs), Tarbox (run), Liam McConnell (hit, run) and Reynolds (hit, run, RBI).

For Hermon, with first names unavailable, Foley (hit, 2 RBIs, run), Kokoska (run), England (hit, RBI), Moses (run), Gage (hit, run), Wickett (run), Crisafulli (hit, 2 runs), Willis (hit, run, RBI) and Andrei (hit, run, 2 RBIs) paced the offense.

Gage Ellis, Reynolds, Littlefield and Knowlton pitched for Midcoast, as the group allowed six hits and 10 walks, with nine strikeouts. Crisafulli and England toed the rubber for Hermon, as they allowed eight hits and six walks, with five strikeouts.

Maineiacs 8, Messalonskee 6

At Waldoboro July 22, the Maineiacs swung to a two-run win.

McCollett pitched the lion’s share of the game for the hosts, while Staples slammed the door in the seventh inning to earn the save.

Reed, Staples, McCollett, Morrison and Reed had hits for the Maineiacs.

River Hawks 2, Raiders 1

At Waldoboro July 19, the Riverhawks doubled up the host Raiders. The Raiders’ lone run came in the sixth, while the River Hawks scored one in the second and fifth innings.

Leading the hosts at the plate were Mortensen (single), Crosby (single), Look (single), Holbrook (single) and Moody (run).

For the River Hawks, with first names unavailable, Donovan (double), Lyons (single, run), Bates (2 singles) and Phelps (single, run) led the offense.

Raider pitchers allowed five hits and three walks, with one strikeout. River Hawk pitchers allowed four hits and one walk, with three strikeouts.

River Hawks 4, Raiders 0

At Waldoboro July 19, the River Hawks made it a sweep of the Raiders on the day with a shutout win. River Hawks' runs came in the sixth inning.

Mortensen (double, single), Moody (single), Staples (double, 2 singles) and Look (single) led the Raiders’ offense, while Phelps (single, run), Cote (run), Lyons (single, run) and Lorento (single, run) keyed the River Hawks.

Raider pitchers allowed three hits and three walks, with nine strikeouts. River Hawk pitchers allowed seven hits and two walks, with two strikeouts.

Skowhegan 5, Raiders 4

At Waldoboro July 17, Skowhegan benefited from a three-run fourth inning and defeated the Raiders. Skowhegan also scored two in the second, while the Raiders plated two in the first and one in the sixth and seventh innings.

Leading the Raiders at the plate were Staples (double, single, run, stolen base), Mortensen (single, 2 runs), Moody (single), Crosby (single) and Smith (single).

For Skowhegan, with first names unavailable, Tibbetts (single, stolen base), McCray (run, stolen base), G. Morgan (2 runs), Mitchell (double, run) and Green (triple, double, run) paced the offense.

Raider pitchers allowed four hits and five walks, with nine strikeouts. Skowhegan pitchers allowed six hits and five walks, with nine strikeouts.

19U

Tidewater Oil 12, Fairfield 2 (4 inns.)

At Searsport July 30, the hosts went on the offensive in the early going and prevailed by 10 runs. Tidewater Oil scored five runs in the first and third innings and two in the fourth, while Fairfield scored in the first and fourth frames.

Leading Tidewater Oil at the plate were Veilleux (run, RBI), Bartlett (run), Curtis (hit, run), Abbott (hit, 3 runs), Payson (hit, 2 RBIs, 3 runs), Gagnon (hit, 2 RBIs, run), Walker (run), Goscinski (hit, 2 RBIs), Miller (hit, 3 RBIs, run) and Cournoyer (hit).

For Fairfield, with first names unavailable, Bourque (hit, run), Ryder (2 hits, run, RBI) and Trombly (hit) paced the offense.

Curtis pitched for Tidewater Oil, as he allowed four hits and two walks, with six strikeouts. Lee and Ryder pitched for Fairfield, as the duo allowed seven hits and nine walks, with one strikeout.

Tidewater Oil 7, Fairfield 2

At Searsport July 30, Tidewater Oil made it a sweep on the afternoon with a second win over Fairfield. Tidewater Oil pushed across four runs in the third inning and three more in the fourth, while Fairfield scored two in the third.

Leading Tidewater Oil at the plate were Veilleux (hit, run, RBI), Bartlett (run), Schecter (hit, run, RBI), Abbott (hit, RBI), Goscinski (2 runs), Bernosky (RBI) and Cournoyer (hit, 2 runs).

For Fairfield, with first names unavailable, Coombs (run), Nickerson (hit, 2 RBIs) and Lee (run) led the offense.

Crane pitched for Tidewater Oil, as he allowed one hit and one walk, with six strikeouts. Marquis and Ryder pitched for Fairfield, as the pair allowed four hits and eight walks, with three strikeouts.

Motor City 4, Tidewater Oil 2

At Searsport July 22, Motor City doubled up the hosts with a two-run win. Motor City scored two runs in the fourth inning and one in the first and seventh, while Tidewater Oil pushed runs across in the fourth and fifth.

Leading Tidewater Oil at the dish were Moody (2 hits, run), Schecter (hit), Abbott (2 hits, RBI), Bartlett (hit), Gagnon (2 hits, run) and Curtis (hit, RBI).

For Motor City, with first names unavailable, D’Angelo (2 hits, run), Seymour (2 hits), Hopkins (hit, run, RBI), Richards (hit, run), Harmon (hit, RBI) and Brown (hit, run, RBI) paced the offense.

Crane and Schecter pitched for Tidewater Oil, as the duo allowed eight hits and no walks, with eight strikeouts. Brown went the distance for Motor City, as he allowed nine hits and no walks, with five strikeouts.

Courier Publications' sports staff can be reached by email at sports@villagesoup.com or by phone at 594-4401.

Raiders versus Capital Bombers baseball
Raiders versus Capital Bombers on July 24 in Maine Independent Baseball League 17U play in Waldoboro. (Video by: Mark Haskell and Zack Miller)
Rock Coast Rip Tide versus River Hawks baseball
Rock Coast Rip Tide versus River Hawks on July 24 in Maine Independent Baseball League 17U play in Rockport. (Video by: Mark Haskell and Zack Miller)
Maineiacs and Messalonskee baseball
Messalonskee and Maineiacs on July 22 in Maine Independent Baseball League 17U play in Waldoboro. (Video by: Holly Vanorse Spicer and Zack Miller)
Midcoast and Hermon baseball
Midcoast and Hermon on July 22 in Maine Independent Baseball League 17U play in Searsport. (Video by: Mark Haskell and Zack Miller)
Motor City and Tidewater Oil baseball
Motor City and Tidewater Oil on July 21 in Maine Independent Baseball League 19U play in Searsport. (Video by: Zack Miller)
Raiders at Fairfield baseball
Raiders versus Fairfield on Aug. 3 in Maine Independent Baseball League 17u play in Fairfield. (Video by: Ken Waltz and Zack Miller)
Scene from Raiders and Fairfield on Aug. 3 in Maine Independent Baseball League 17U playoff action. (Photo by: Ken Waltz)
Scene from Raiders and Fairfield on Aug. 3 in Maine Independent Baseball League 17U playoff action. (Photo by: Ken Waltz)
Scene from Raiders and Fairfield on Aug. 3 in Maine Independent Baseball League 17U playoff action. (Photo by: Ken Waltz)
Scene from Raiders and Fairfield on Aug. 3 in Maine Independent Baseball League 17U playoff action. (Photo by: Ken Waltz)
Scene from Raiders and Fairfield on Aug. 3 in Maine Independent Baseball League 17U playoff action. (Photo by: Ken Waltz)
Scene from Raiders and Fairfield on Aug. 3 in Maine Independent Baseball League 17U playoff action. (Photo by: Ken Waltz)
Scene from Raiders and Fairfield on Aug. 3 in Maine Independent Baseball League 17U playoff action. (Photo by: Ken Waltz)
Scene from Raiders and Fairfield on Aug. 3 in Maine Independent Baseball League 17U playoff action. (Photo by: Ken Waltz)
Scene from Raiders and Fairfield on Aug. 3 in Maine Independent Baseball League 17U playoff action. (Photo by: Ken Waltz)
Scene from Raiders and Fairfield on Aug. 3 in Maine Independent Baseball League 17U playoff action. (Photo by: Ken Waltz)
Scene from Raiders and Fairfield on Aug. 3 in Maine Independent Baseball League 17U playoff action. (Photo by: Ken Waltz)
Scene from Raiders and Fairfield on Aug. 3 in Maine Independent Baseball League 17U playoff action. (Photo by: Ken Waltz)
Scene from Raiders and Fairfield on Aug. 3 in Maine Independent Baseball League 17U playoff action. (Photo by: Ken Waltz)
Scene from Raiders and Fairfield on Aug. 3 in Maine Independent Baseball League 17U playoff action. (Photo by: Ken Waltz)
Scene from Raiders and Fairfield on Aug. 3 in Maine Independent Baseball League 17U playoff action. (Photo by: Ken Waltz)
Scene from Raiders and Fairfield on Aug. 3 in Maine Independent Baseball League 17U playoff action. (Photo by: Ken Waltz)
Scene from Raiders and Fairfield on Aug. 3 in Maine Independent Baseball League 17U playoff action. (Photo by: Ken Waltz)
Scene from Raiders and Fairfield on Aug. 3 in Maine Independent Baseball League 17U playoff action. (Photo by: Ken Waltz)
Scene from Raiders and Fairfield on Aug. 3 in Maine Independent Baseball League 17U playoff action. (Photo by: Ken Waltz)
Scene from Raiders and Fairfield on Aug. 3 in Maine Independent Baseball League 17U playoff action. (Photo by: Ken Waltz)
Scene from Raiders and Fairfield on Aug. 3 in Maine Independent Baseball League 17U playoff action. (Photo by: Ken Waltz)
Scene from Raiders and Fairfield on Aug. 3 in Maine Independent Baseball League 17U playoff action. (Photo by: Ken Waltz)
Scene from Raiders and Fairfield on Aug. 3 in Maine Independent Baseball League 17U playoff action. (Photo by: Ken Waltz)
Scene from Raiders and Fairfield on Aug. 3 in Maine Independent Baseball League 17U playoff action. (Photo by: Ken Waltz)
Scene from Raiders and Fairfield on Aug. 3 in Maine Independent Baseball League 17U playoff action. (Photo by: Ken Waltz)
Scene from Raiders and Fairfield on Aug. 3 in Maine Independent Baseball League 17U playoff action. (Photo by: Ken Waltz)
Scene from Raiders and Fairfield on Aug. 3 in Maine Independent Baseball League 17U playoff action. (Photo by: Ken Waltz)
Scene from Motor City and Tidewater Oil on July 21 in Maine Independent Baseball League 19U play in Searsport. (Photo by: Zack Miller)
Scene from Motor City and Tidewater Oil on July 21 in Maine Independent Baseball League 19U play in Searsport. (Photo by: Zack Miller)
Scene from Motor City and Tidewater Oil on July 21 in Maine Independent Baseball League 19U play in Searsport. (Photo by: Zack Miller)
Scene from Motor City and Tidewater Oil on July 21 in Maine Independent Baseball League 19U play in Searsport. (Photo by: Zack Miller)
Scene from Motor City and Tidewater Oil on July 21 in Maine Independent Baseball League 19U play in Searsport. (Photo by: Zack Miller)
Scene from Motor City and Tidewater Oil on July 21 in Maine Independent Baseball League 19U play in Searsport. (Photo by: Zack Miller)
Scene from Motor City and Tidewater Oil on July 21 in Maine Independent Baseball League 19U play in Searsport. (Photo by: Zack Miller)
Scene from Motor City and Tidewater Oil on July 21 in Maine Independent Baseball League 19U play in Searsport. (Photo by: Zack Miller)
Scene from Motor City and Tidewater Oil on July 21 in Maine Independent Baseball League 19U play in Searsport. (Photo by: Zack Miller)
Scene from Motor City and Tidewater Oil on July 21 in Maine Independent Baseball League 19U play in Searsport. (Photo by: Zack Miller)
Scene from Motor City and Tidewater Oil on July 21 in Maine Independent Baseball League 19U play in Searsport. (Photo by: Zack Miller)
Scene from Motor City and Tidewater Oil on July 21 in Maine Independent Baseball League 19U play in Searsport. (Photo by: Zack Miller)
Scene from Motor City and Tidewater Oil on July 21 in Maine Independent Baseball League 19U play in Searsport. (Photo by: Zack Miller)
Scene from Motor City and Tidewater Oil on July 21 in Maine Independent Baseball League 19U play in Searsport. (Photo by: Zack Miller)
Scene from Motor City and Tidewater Oil on July 21 in Maine Independent Baseball League 19U play in Searsport. (Photo by: Zack Miller)
Scene from Motor City and Tidewater Oil on July 21 in Maine Independent Baseball League 19U play in Searsport. (Photo by: Zack Miller)
Scene from Motor City and Tidewater Oil on July 21 in Maine Independent Baseball League 19U play in Searsport. (Photo by: Zack Miller)
Scene from Motor City and Tidewater Oil on July 21 in Maine Independent Baseball League 19U play in Searsport. (Photo by: Zack Miller)
Scene from Motor City and Tidewater Oil on July 21 in Maine Independent Baseball League 19U play in Searsport. (Photo by: Zack Miller)
Scene from Motor City and Tidewater Oil on July 21 in Maine Independent Baseball League 19U play in Searsport. (Photo by: Zack Miller)
Scene from Motor City and Tidewater Oil on July 21 in Maine Independent Baseball League 19U play in Searsport. (Photo by: Zack Miller)
Scene from Motor City and Tidewater Oil on July 21 in Maine Independent Baseball League 19U play in Searsport. (Photo by: Zack Miller)
Scene from Motor City and Tidewater Oil on July 21 in Maine Independent Baseball League 19U play in Searsport. (Photo by: Zack Miller)
Scene from Motor City and Tidewater Oil on July 21 in Maine Independent Baseball League 19U play in Searsport. (Photo by: Zack Miller)
Scene from Motor City and Tidewater Oil on July 21 in Maine Independent Baseball League 19U play in Searsport. (Photo by: Zack Miller)
Scene from Motor City and Tidewater Oil on July 21 in Maine Independent Baseball League 19U play in Searsport. (Photo by: Zack Miller)
Scene from Motor City and Tidewater Oil on July 21 in Maine Independent Baseball League 19U play in Searsport. (Photo by: Zack Miller)
Scene from Motor City and Tidewater Oil on July 21 in Maine Independent Baseball League 19U play in Searsport. (Photo by: Zack Miller)
Scene from Motor City and Tidewater Oil on July 21 in Maine Independent Baseball League 19U play in Searsport. (Photo by: Zack Miller)
Scene from Messalonskee and Maineiacs on July 22 in Maine Independent Baseball League 17U play in Waldoboro. (Photo by: Holly Vanorse Spicer)
Scene from Messalonskee and Maineiacs on July 22 in Maine Independent Baseball League 17U play in Waldoboro. (Photo by: Holly Vanorse Spicer)
Scene from Messalonskee and Maineiacs on July 22 in Maine Independent Baseball League 17U play in Waldoboro. (Photo by: Holly Vanorse Spicer)
Scene from Messalonskee and Maineiacs on July 22 in Maine Independent Baseball League 17U play in Waldoboro. (Photo by: Holly Vanorse Spicer)
Scene from Messalonskee and Maineiacs on July 22 in Maine Independent Baseball League 17U play in Waldoboro. (Photo by: Holly Vanorse Spicer)
Scene from Messalonskee and Maineiacs on July 22 in Maine Independent Baseball League 17U play in Waldoboro. (Photo by: Holly Vanorse Spicer)
Scene from Messalonskee and Maineiacs on July 22 in Maine Independent Baseball League 17U play in Waldoboro. (Photo by: Holly Vanorse Spicer)
Scene from Messalonskee and Maineiacs on July 22 in Maine Independent Baseball League 17U play in Waldoboro. (Photo by: Holly Vanorse Spicer)
Scene from Messalonskee and Maineiacs on July 22 in Maine Independent Baseball League 17U play in Waldoboro. (Photo by: Holly Vanorse Spicer)
Scene from Messalonskee and Maineiacs on July 22 in Maine Independent Baseball League 17U play in Waldoboro. (Photo by: Holly Vanorse Spicer)
Scene from Messalonskee and Maineiacs on July 22 in Maine Independent Baseball League 17U play in Waldoboro. (Photo by: Holly Vanorse Spicer)
Scene from Messalonskee and Maineiacs on July 22 in Maine Independent Baseball League 17U play in Waldoboro. (Photo by: Holly Vanorse Spicer)
Scene from Messalonskee and Maineiacs on July 22 in Maine Independent Baseball League 17U play in Waldoboro. (Photo by: Holly Vanorse Spicer)
Scene from Messalonskee and Maineiacs on July 22 in Maine Independent Baseball League 17U play in Waldoboro. (Photo by: Holly Vanorse Spicer)
Scene from Messalonskee and Maineiacs on July 22 in Maine Independent Baseball League 17U play in Waldoboro. (Photo by: Holly Vanorse Spicer)
Scene from Messalonskee and Maineiacs on July 22 in Maine Independent Baseball League 17U play in Waldoboro. (Photo by: Holly Vanorse Spicer)
Scene from Messalonskee and Maineiacs on July 22 in Maine Independent Baseball League 17U play in Waldoboro. (Photo by: Holly Vanorse Spicer)
Scene from Messalonskee and Maineiacs on July 22 in Maine Independent Baseball League 17U play in Waldoboro. (Photo by: Holly Vanorse Spicer)
Scene from Messalonskee and Maineiacs on July 22 in Maine Independent Baseball League 17U play in Waldoboro. (Photo by: Holly Vanorse Spicer)
Scene from Messalonskee and Maineiacs on July 22 in Maine Independent Baseball League 17U play in Waldoboro. (Photo by: Holly Vanorse Spicer)
Scene from Messalonskee and Maineiacs on July 22 in Maine Independent Baseball League 17U play in Waldoboro. (Photo by: Holly Vanorse Spicer)
Scene from Messalonskee and Maineiacs on July 22 in Maine Independent Baseball League 17U play in Waldoboro. (Photo by: Holly Vanorse Spicer)
Scene from Messalonskee and Maineiacs on July 22 in Maine Independent Baseball League 17U play in Waldoboro. (Photo by: Holly Vanorse Spicer)
Scene from Messalonskee and Maineiacs on July 22 in Maine Independent Baseball League 17U play in Waldoboro. (Photo by: Holly Vanorse Spicer)
Scene from Messalonskee and Maineiacs on July 22 in Maine Independent Baseball League 17U play in Waldoboro. (Photo by: Holly Vanorse Spicer)
Scene from Messalonskee and Maineiacs on July 22 in Maine Independent Baseball League 17U play in Waldoboro. (Photo by: Holly Vanorse Spicer)
Scene from Messalonskee and Maineiacs on July 22 in Maine Independent Baseball League 17U play in Waldoboro. (Photo by: Holly Vanorse Spicer)
Scene from Midcoast and Hermon on July 22 in Maine Independent Baseball League 17U play in Searsport. (Photo by: Mark Haskell)
Scene from Midcoast and Hermon on July 22 in Maine Independent Baseball League 17U play in Searsport. (Photo by: Mark Haskell)
Scene from Midcoast and Hermon on July 22 in Maine Independent Baseball League 17U play in Searsport. (Photo by: Mark Haskell)
Scene from Midcoast and Hermon on July 22 in Maine Independent Baseball League 17U play in Searsport. (Photo by: Mark Haskell)
Scene from Midcoast and Hermon on July 22 in Maine Independent Baseball League 17U play in Searsport. (Photo by: Mark Haskell)
Scene from Midcoast and Hermon on July 22 in Maine Independent Baseball League 17U play in Searsport. (Photo by: Mark Haskell)
Scene from Midcoast and Hermon on July 22 in Maine Independent Baseball League 17U play in Searsport. (Photo by: Mark Haskell)
Scene from Midcoast and Hermon on July 22 in Maine Independent Baseball League 17U play in Searsport. (Photo by: Mark Haskell)
Scene from Midcoast and Hermon on July 22 in Maine Independent Baseball League 17U play in Searsport. (Photo by: Mark Haskell)
Scene from Midcoast and Hermon on July 22 in Maine Independent Baseball League 17U play in Searsport. (Photo by: Mark Haskell)
Scene from Midcoast and Hermon on July 22 in Maine Independent Baseball League 17U play in Searsport. (Photo by: Mark Haskell)
Scene from Midcoast and Hermon on July 22 in Maine Independent Baseball League 17U play in Searsport. (Photo by: Mark Haskell)
Scene from Midcoast and Hermon on July 22 in Maine Independent Baseball League 17U play in Searsport. (Photo by: Mark Haskell)
Scene from Midcoast and Hermon on July 22 in Maine Independent Baseball League 17U play in Searsport. (Photo by: Mark Haskell)
Scene from Midcoast and Hermon on July 22 in Maine Independent Baseball League 17U play in Searsport. (Photo by: Mark Haskell)
Scene from Midcoast and Hermon on July 22 in Maine Independent Baseball League 17U play in Searsport. (Photo by: Mark Haskell)
Scene from Midcoast and Hermon on July 22 in Maine Independent Baseball League 17U play in Searsport. (Photo by: Mark Haskell)
Scene from Midcoast and Hermon on July 22 in Maine Independent Baseball League 17U play in Searsport. (Photo by: Mark Haskell)
Scene from Midcoast and Hermon on July 22 in Maine Independent Baseball League 17U play in Searsport. (Photo by: Mark Haskell)
Scene from Midcoast and Hermon on July 22 in Maine Independent Baseball League 17U play in Searsport. (Photo by: Mark Haskell)
Scene from Midcoast and Hermon on July 22 in Maine Independent Baseball League 17U play in Searsport. (Photo by: Mark Haskell)
Scene from Rock Coast Rip Tide versus River Hawks on July 24 in Maine Independent Baseball League 17U play in Rockport. (Photo by: Mark Haskell)
Scene from Rock Coast Rip Tide versus River Hawks on July 24 in Maine Independent Baseball League 17U play in Rockport. (Photo by: Mark Haskell)
Scene from Rock Coast Rip Tide versus River Hawks on July 24 in Maine Independent Baseball League 17U play in Rockport. (Photo by: Mark Haskell)
Scene from Rock Coast Rip Tide versus River Hawks on July 24 in Maine Independent Baseball League 17U play in Rockport. (Photo by: Mark Haskell)
Scene from Rock Coast Rip Tide versus River Hawks on July 24 in Maine Independent Baseball League 17U play in Rockport. (Photo by: Mark Haskell)
Scene from Rock Coast Rip Tide versus River Hawks on July 24 in Maine Independent Baseball League 17U play in Rockport. (Photo by: Mark Haskell)
Scene from Rock Coast Rip Tide versus River Hawks on July 24 in Maine Independent Baseball League 17U play in Rockport. (Photo by: Mark Haskell)
Scene from Rock Coast Rip Tide versus River Hawks on July 24 in Maine Independent Baseball League 17U play in Rockport. (Photo by: Mark Haskell)
Scene from Rock Coast Rip Tide versus River Hawks on July 24 in Maine Independent Baseball League 17U play in Rockport. (Photo by: Mark Haskell)
Scene from Rock Coast Rip Tide versus River Hawks on July 24 in Maine Independent Baseball League 17U play in Rockport. (Photo by: Mark Haskell)
Scene from Rock Coast Rip Tide versus River Hawks on July 24 in Maine Independent Baseball League 17U play in Rockport. (Photo by: Mark Haskell)
Scene from Rock Coast Rip Tide versus River Hawks on July 24 in Maine Independent Baseball League 17U play in Rockport. (Photo by: Mark Haskell)
Scene from Rock Coast Rip Tide versus River Hawks on July 24 in Maine Independent Baseball League 17U play in Rockport. (Photo by: Mark Haskell)
Scene from Rock Coast Rip Tide versus River Hawks on July 24 in Maine Independent Baseball League 17U play in Rockport. (Photo by: Mark Haskell)
Scene from Rock Coast Rip Tide versus River Hawks on July 24 in Maine Independent Baseball League 17U play in Rockport. (Photo by: Mark Haskell)
Scene from Rock Coast Rip Tide versus River Hawks on July 24 in Maine Independent Baseball League 17U play in Rockport. (Photo by: Mark Haskell)
Scene from Rock Coast Rip Tide versus River Hawks on July 24 in Maine Independent Baseball League 17U play in Rockport. (Photo by: Mark Haskell)
Scene from Rock Coast Rip Tide versus River Hawks on July 24 in Maine Independent Baseball League 17U play in Rockport. (Photo by: Mark Haskell)
Scene from Rock Coast Rip Tide versus River Hawks on July 24 in Maine Independent Baseball League 17U play in Rockport. (Photo by: Mark Haskell)
Scene from Rock Coast Rip Tide versus River Hawks on July 24 in Maine Independent Baseball League 17U play in Rockport. (Photo by: Mark Haskell)
Scene from Rock Coast Rip Tide versus River Hawks on July 24 in Maine Independent Baseball League 17U play in Rockport. (Photo by: Mark Haskell)
Scene from Rock Coast Rip Tide versus River Hawks on July 24 in Maine Independent Baseball League 17U play in Rockport. (Photo by: Mark Haskell)
Scene from Rock Coast Rip Tide versus River Hawks on July 24 in Maine Independent Baseball League 17U play in Rockport. (Photo by: Mark Haskell)
Scene from Rock Coast Rip Tide versus River Hawks on July 24 in Maine Independent Baseball League 17U play in Rockport. (Photo by: Mark Haskell)
Scene from Rock Coast Rip Tide versus River Hawks on July 24 in Maine Independent Baseball League 17U play in Rockport. (Photo by: Mark Haskell)
Scene from Rock Coast Rip Tide versus River Hawks on July 24 in Maine Independent Baseball League 17U play in Rockport. (Photo by: Mark Haskell)
Scene from Raiders versus Capital Bombers on July 24 in Maine Independent Baseball League 17U play in Waldoboro. (Photo by: Mark Haskell)
Scene from Raiders versus Capital Bombers on July 24 in Maine Independent Baseball League 17U play in Waldoboro. (Photo by: Mark Haskell)
Scene from Raiders versus Capital Bombers on July 24 in Maine Independent Baseball League 17U play in Waldoboro. (Photo by: Mark Haskell)
Scene from Raiders versus Capital Bombers on July 24 in Maine Independent Baseball League 17U play in Waldoboro. (Photo by: Mark Haskell)
Scene from Raiders versus Capital Bombers on July 24 in Maine Independent Baseball League 17U play in Waldoboro. (Photo by: Mark Haskell)
Scene from Raiders versus Capital Bombers on July 24 in Maine Independent Baseball League 17U play in Waldoboro. (Photo by: Mark Haskell)
Scene from Raiders versus Capital Bombers on July 24 in Maine Independent Baseball League 17U play in Waldoboro. (Photo by: Mark Haskell)
Scene from Raiders versus Capital Bombers on July 24 in Maine Independent Baseball League 17U play in Waldoboro. (Photo by: Mark Haskell)
Scene from Raiders versus Capital Bombers on July 24 in Maine Independent Baseball League 17U play in Waldoboro. (Photo by: Mark Haskell)
Scene from Raiders versus Capital Bombers on July 24 in Maine Independent Baseball League 17U play in Waldoboro. (Photo by: Mark Haskell)
Scene from Raiders versus Capital Bombers on July 24 in Maine Independent Baseball League 17U play in Waldoboro. (Photo by: Mark Haskell)
Scene from Raiders versus Capital Bombers on July 24 in Maine Independent Baseball League 17U play in Waldoboro. (Photo by: Mark Haskell)
Scene from Raiders versus Capital Bombers on July 24 in Maine Independent Baseball League 17U play in Waldoboro. (Photo by: Mark Haskell)
Scene from Raiders versus Capital Bombers on July 24 in Maine Independent Baseball League 17U play in Waldoboro. (Photo by: Mark Haskell)
Scene from Raiders versus Capital Bombers on July 24 in Maine Independent Baseball League 17U play in Waldoboro. (Photo by: Mark Haskell)
Scene from Raiders versus Capital Bombers on July 24 in Maine Independent Baseball League 17U play in Waldoboro. (Photo by: Mark Haskell)
Scene from Raiders versus Capital Bombers on July 24 in Maine Independent Baseball League 17U play in Waldoboro. (Photo by: Mark Haskell)
Scene from Raiders versus Capital Bombers on July 24 in Maine Independent Baseball League 17U play in Waldoboro. (Photo by: Mark Haskell)
Scene from Raiders versus Capital Bombers on July 24 in Maine Independent Baseball League 17U play in Waldoboro. (Photo by: Mark Haskell)
Scene from Raiders versus Capital Bombers on July 24 in Maine Independent Baseball League 17U play in Waldoboro. (Photo by: Mark Haskell)
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