There has been plenty of recent play by Midcoast Busline League baseball and softball teams as the middle school squads round into midseason form on the local diamonds.

Coaches are encouraged to send results of games via e-mail to sports@villagesoup.com.

The results from recently-played, reported contests by Midcoast squads Include:

Baseball

At Belfast Thursday, the Medomak Middle School eighth-graders dropped an 11-7 decision to host Troy Howard. Top hitters for the Riverhawks included Tim Farrar (2 hits, RBI), Ethan Morin (hit, 2 runs), Mike Wadsowrth (hit, run, RBI) and Josh Lee (hit, RBI). Farrar pitched the distance for MMS, allowing seven hits and nine walks, while striking out 10.

The Riverhawks left 10 runners stranded, while the Lions left seven on base.

Additional information for Troy Howard was unavailable.

At Wiscasset Thursday, the Camden-Rockport Middle School seventh-graders dropped an 11-4 decision to undefeated Wiscasset. Teddy Laurita and Matt Crockett combined to pitch for the Schooners. No additional information on the game was available.

At Camden Thursday, the Camden-Rockport Middle School eighth-graders blanked Searsport 12-0 in six innings. Schooner pitchers Chandler Crans and Merrill Hall combined on a perfect game, allowing no hits and no walks, while striking out 15 batters. There were no errors in the game.

Crans and Matt Hall combined to have two hits on the day, while teammate Cailean Schecter rapped a triple for the Schooners.

Information for Searsport was unavailable.

At Tenants Harbor Thursday, Hope/Appleton earned a convincing 18-1, 5-inning victory over St. George/Thomaston. Ben Welt, Drew Stanley and Taylor Benner combined to allow two hits and five walks, while striking out nine batters pitching for the winners.

Top offensive contributors for Hope/Appleton included Aubrey Pennington (double, 2 singles, 3 runs), Bill Bracher (double, single, 2 runs), Sam Berry (2 singles, 2 runs), Chris Bresnahan (2 singles, 2 runs), Ben Welt (2 singles, 2 runs), Adam Holbrook (2 singles, 2 runs), Taylor Benner (2 singles, run), Henry Laurita (single, run), Jake Davee (2 runs) and Tom Kunn (run).

Information for St. George/Thomaston was unavailable.

At Tenants Harbor May 7, visiting Troy Howard ran away with a convincing 11-2 win over the host Dragons. Greg Clark pitched the win for the Lions, allowing two hits, while striking out 13 batters. Caleb Jacob, Douglas Anderson and Austin Davis combined to allow 12 hits, while striking out nine for St. George/Thomaston.

Clark (triple, double, single, 2 runs, RBI) and Z. Collier (triple,2  singles, 3 runs, 2 RBIs) led Troy Howard’s offense, while Ben Caron (double, single, RBI, run) had the lone hits for the Dragons.

At Tenants Harbor May 11, the Dragons outslugged visiting Lincolnville Central School en route to a 14-2 win. Scott Strong allowed four hits, while striking out six for the hosts, while teammate Jim Strong struck out two and Ellery Montgomery three in their respective innings of relief. Wyatt Parra allowed 13 hits and struck out four for the Lynx.

Top offensive contributors for the Dragons were Scott Strong (2 doubles,2  runs, RBI), Caleb Jacob (hit, 3 stolen bases), Philip Atwood (hit), Travis Frye (hit), Zach Elwel (hit), Sloane Smith (hit), Thomas Smalley (hit, 2 RBIs), Jim Strong (hit, 2 runs, 2 stolen bases), Doug Anderson (hit), Walker Ranney (hit), Ellery Montgomery (hit) and R.J. Hall (hit).

Rollins, Parra, Muir, Heald and McCusker each had hits for the visiting Lynx.

Softball

At Belfast Thursday, Medomak Middle School earned a convincing 20-4, 5-inning victory over the host Lions. Kristi Severson struck out seven batters for the Riverhawks, while teammate Becca Beal struck out four more for the visitors.

The Riverhawks tallied three runs apiece in the first and second innings, added eight more in the third and sixth in the fourth. Lauren Guptill led MMS’ offense with three singles, while Severson added two singles and Hannah Marks, Taylor Mason and Sammie Griffin each one single.

Additional information for Troy Howard, which tallied one run in the third, two in the fourth and one in the fifth, was unavailable.

On Thursday, Camden-Rockport defeated Searsport 17-5, as Addie Drinkwater belted a grand slam and Hannah Corney (3 hits, 4 walks, 11 strikeouts) pitched the win. A. Walker (8 hits, 15 walks, 5 strikeouts) pitched for Searsport.

Searsport enjoyed a strong start in the top of the first inning by taking a three-run lead after B. Grant scored on a passed ball and A. Brooks hit a two-run home run. Camden-Rockport answered with three runs in the bottom of the frame to even the score.

Camden-Rockport continued to drive in runs with hits from Anna Gambell, Natalie Hamalanian and Hannah Homans in the second. A. Brooks helped Searsport rally again in the top of the third with a double to drive in another run and A. Tang got her first hit of the game to drive in the fifth run for Searsport.

With the Schooners leading 6-5 in the top of the fourth, Corney faced only four batters and made all three outs in the inning, striking out two and throwing out a runner at first.

The Schooners scored eight runs in the bottom of the fourth and two more in the fifth, all unanswered by Searsport to reach a 17-5 lead and ending the game via the mercy rule. CRMS’ Allison Warren had a hit in the third, Corney doubled in the fourth and Brittany Winslow had a hit in the fifth.

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