Recent days have been loaded with baseball and softball action throughout Waldo County, with every team in the area in action in hopes of picking up a few early-season victories.

The Mount View softball team collected its first win of the season April 30, while the Mustang baseball team also earned a win Monday against Maine Central Institute of Pittsfield.

The following is a recap of reported results from recent contests. Coaches are encouraged to call 594-4401 or email results to sports@villagesoup.com.

Baseball

Mount View 11, Maine Central Institute 3 … At Thorndike Monday, the Mustangs finally enjoyed a diamond victory with a solid all-around effort against the Huskies of Pittsfield.

Pacing the Mustang attack was Alec Davis with two doubles and two singles, while Adam Higgins (single), Aaron Elkins (2 singles), Tyler McCormick (single), Bryan Jungels (2 singles), Jack Simpson (single) and Kyle Turner (double) all had solid efforts.

For MCI, Robbins (single), Izumi (single), Furtin (single), Crocker (3 singles, double), Ogden (single), Lessard (2 singles) and Watrus (single) led at the plate

Davis not only did his best at the plate but also on the  mound as he allowed 13 hits, 2 walks, 3 strikeouts in seven innings. MCI used three pitchers, who combined for 12 hits, 12 walks, two hit batters and fanned nine.

Wateville 19, Mount View 0 (5 inns.) … At Waterville April 29, Mount View suffered a lopsided loss to Waterville in a mercy-rule shortened game.

Alec Davis, Tyler McCormick and Erick Nealley each pitched for the Mustangs, while Boucharo, J.T. Whitten, and Wood all belted home runs for Waterville.

Waterville’s Tim Locke threw a perfect game through five innings and struck out 10 in the win.

Mount View (1-4, 0.6250 points) is 18th in the Maine Principals’ Association Heal Point Standings for Eastern Class B, while Bucksport (3-1, 13.6328 points) is ranked first in the 19-team region.

Winslow 9, Belfast 3 … At Winslow Monday, both the Lions and Black Raiders took a scoreless game into the fourth inning, where the hosts broke the game open and stormed to the victory.

The Black Raiders plated six runs in the frame and added three more in the sixth to pull away. Gabe Desjardins, Scott Kulikowski and Craig Herbert each had two hits for Belfast, while Logan Hewes had two hits for Winslow.

Hewes also pitched for the Black Raiders, allowing eight hits and two walks, while striking out three. Damien Benner took the loss on the hill for the Lions.

Belfast (2-3, 4.1016 points) is 11th in Eastern Class B, while Bucksport (3-1, 13.6328 points) is first in the 19-team region.

Washington Academy 13, Searsport 1 … At East Machias Monday, the Vikings continued their recent struggles and were downed on the road by the Eagles.

Tim Sawyer pitched “a great game” for Washington Academy, according to Searsport coach Brad Cook, allowing only one hit to Viking Darren Harriman. Theo LeBlanc scored the lone run for Searsport after drawing a walk and later crossing the plate on an RBI-groundout by Will Hutcheson.

Matt Coffin and Buddy Ellis pitched for Searsport.

Searsport (0-3, no points) is 19th in Eastern Class C, while Calais (5-0, 10.6845 points) is first in the 20-team region.

Softball

Maine Central Institute 9, Mount View 8 … At Thorndike Monday, the Mustangs held an 8-6 lead in the seventh inning, but surrendered three runs in the frame and could not answer as they dropped a heartbreaker at home.

Paige Topel of the Huskies unloaded the bases with a three-run double in the seventh, while Carolyn Newhouse added two singles in the win. Hailey Giggey (triple, single), Brittany Masessa (single), Channing Murphy (double) and Brianna Moody (single) led the ‘Stangs at the plate.

Giggey pitched for Mount View, allowing eight hits, eight walks and two hit batters, while striking out five. Sindair and Fowler pitched for MCI, allowing a combined five hits and five walks, while striking out nine.

Mount View 12, Waterville 8 … At Waterville April 29, the Mustangs secured their first win of the season and prevailed by four runs.

Giggey pitched for the ‘Stangs, allowing three hits and five walks, while striking out six. K. Tilton pitched for the Purple Panthers, walking five and striking out three.

The visitors rapped 10 hits and were led by Amanda Hall (double, 2 singles) and Moody (2 doubles).

Mount View (1-4, 0.6250 points) is 16th in Eastern Class B, while Medomak Valley  (5-0, 11.5625 points) is first in the 19-team region.

Washington Academy 12, Searsport 0 (5 inns.) … At East Machias Monday, the Vikings mustered just two hits against impressive freshman pitcher Kassidy Seeley and fell via the mercy rule.

Alison Walker pitched for Searsport, surrendering 12 hits and five walks, while striking out three. Seeley allowed two hits and one walk, while striking out 10.

Christin Chase (single) and Kelli Smith (single) each had a hit for Searsport, while Emily Day (4 singles, 3 runs) and Kirsten Taylor (3 singles, 2 doubles, run) led the Eagles.

George Stevens Academy 36, Searsport 0 … At Searsport April 29, the host Vikings ran into the hot-hitting Eagle of Blue Hill and fell by a convincing margin.

Allison Walker pitched for Searsport and had 15 walks, while striking out two. Arina Clapp twirled a no-hitter for GSA, while walking one batter. Mary Prescott led the Eagles with four singles and six runs, while Richelle Kane added four singles and four runs in the win.

Searsport (0-3, no points) is 19th in Eastern Class C, while Lee Academy (3-1, 11.1328 points) is first in the 20-team region.

Winslow 6, Belfast 5 … At Winslow, the Black Raiders did just enough to hold off the visiting Lions and prevailed by a single run.

Top hitters for the Lions were Victoria OVerlock (single, RBI, run), Killyan Richards (single, 2 RBIs, run), Ashland Hall (single) and Katrina Lapham (single, RBI). For Winslow, Julie Riordan (single, 2 runs), A. Poulin (single, run) and Kate Bennard (single, run) led the offensive attack.

Overlock pitched for Belfast, allowing five hits and five walks, with five strikeouts. Riordan pitched for Winslow, allowing eight hits and four walks, while fanning four.

Nokomis 10, Belfast 6 … At Belfast April 29, the Warriors were on the prowl and earned a key victory over the host Lions.

Top hitters for Belfast were Makayla Cummings (2 singles, RBI), Richards (single, triple, run) and Kallee Merrifield (triple, single, run). For Nokomis, Taylor Lovely (2 singles, 2 runs) and B. Orcutt (double, 2 singles, 3 runs, 3 RBIs) paced the offense.

Richards pitched for Belfast, allowing nine hits and eight walks, while striking out six. Sara Packard pitched for Nokomis, scattering 13 hits and two walks, while also fanning six.

Belfast (1-4, 1.3672 points) in 12th in Eastern Class B, while Medomak Valley (5-0, 11.5626 points) is first in the 19-team region.

VillageSoup sports news staff can be reached at 207-594-4401 or by email at sports@villagesoup.com.