Waldo County high school baseball and softball teams played competitive games Friday, but only one — the Belfast softball squad — came away with a victory.

Mount View dropped two games to visiting Rockland, while Belfast split with visiting Oak Hill of Sabattus and the Searsport teams fell to visiting Sumner of East Sullivan.

Results from the Searsport baseball contest were unavailable.


Belfast 1, Oak Hill 0 … The host Lions (2-4) came out strong to out hit the Raiders 7-2 and scratched out the only run they needed.

Lion pitcher Victoria Overlock allowed two hits and three walks, as she struck out six. Oak Hill’s Lauren Hall gave up seven hits and struck out four.

For Belfast, Hayley Rae (2 singles, RBI), Ashley Littlefield (run), Makayla Cummings (single), Overlock (single), Adrienne Small (single), Alexis Porter (single) and Kallee Merrifield (single) contributed offensively.

A. Rauleau and A. Chutham both had a single for Oak Hill.

“Great team win for the girls; both teams played extremely well,” said Belfast coach Chris Bartlett.

Rae slammed the key hit for the Lions with a bases-loaded single to score courtesy runner Ashley Littlefield, who ran for Small.

Oak Hill had a chance to score in the top of the sixth inning on a ground ball to shortstop and a runner on third base. However, the Raider was thrown out at the plate by Rae.

Oak Hill had another chance to tally the equalizer in the top of the seventh inning with runners on second and third with no outs. Overlock had no intention of allowing the visitors to score and struck out Oak Hill’s ninth batter and got the leadoff batter to pop out to second. The Lion hurler then struck out the final batter to end the game.

Rockland 6, Mount View 2 … At Thorndike, the Tigers finally tasted sweet victory after trailing early against the host Mustangs. Rockland finished with four hits and one error and Mount View with five hits and three fielding miscues.

Paige Bradshaw pitched for Rockland and Hailey Giggey for Mount View. For the Tigers, Danica Gustin had two singles as the team’s lone repeat hitter. For the Mustangs, Vicki Lufkin and Brittany Masessa both were repeat hitters.

Sumner 15, Searsport 6 … At Searsport, Sumner conquered the Vikings (0-3).

Allison Walker pitched for the hosts as she allowed 14 hits and six walks. She also delivered a strikeout. Jennie Daly and Maria Lockhart combined for the Tigers to allow five hits and six walks, while fanning five.

For Searsport, Alicen Brooks (single, double, 3 RBIs, run), Walker (single, run), Shannon Higgins (single, run), Rachel Barnes (single), Christen Chase (run), Briana Grant (run) and Kelli Smith (run) contributed to the offense.

Lexi Tracy led Sumner with a single, two-run triple and two runs. Also, Kiera Eschete (2 singles, 3 runs), Emily Leighton (2 singles, 2 runs) and Maria Lockhart (2 singles) helped the offense.


Rockland 8, Mount View 4 … At Thorndike in a competitive game, the Tigers had a little too much offense and pitching for the Mustangs (1-5). Rockland, which finished with nine hits and two errors, tallied three runs in both the first and third innings and two in the sixth. The Mustangs, who had five hits and two fielding miscues, tallied all four of their runs in the second inning to take a brief one-run lead.

Joey Nelsen (5 hits, 6 walks, hit batter, 5 strikeouts) pitched the complete-game win for Rockland, while Tyler McCormick and Adam Higgins combined for nine hits, three walks, a hit batter and five strikeouts for the hosts.

Keying the Tiger offense were Luke Morrill (2 singles, 2 runs), Jacob Perry (double, single, run), Stevie Widdecombe (2 singles, run), Anthony Campagnoli (double, run), Billy Joyce (single, run), Justin Snow (single, run) and Daniel Hendricks (run).

For Mount View, Aaron Elkins (2 singles, run), Higgins (single, run), Craig Nealley (single), Moulton (run) and Taylor Reynolds (run) led the offense.

Oak Hill 7, Belfast 2 … Despite a home run from Winston Simmons, the Lions (2-4) suffered a five-run loss to the Raidersl.

Scott Kulikowsi pitched for Belfast and allowed 13 hits and two walks, with five strikeouts. Ben Dyer pitched for Oak Hill and gave up eight hits and a walk, with five strikeouts.

Simmons led the Lions with a home run and two singles, while Damien Benner also had a single and run and Gabe Desjardins, Kulikowski, Caleb Cook and Tyler Prescott each a single.

Brady Dion ripped a home run for Oak Hill, while a teammate, whose name was unavailable, added three singles and a double.

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