The Busline League baseball and softball seasons have been a roller coaster ride this season for young student-athletes with many postponements, cancellations and rescheduled games in recent weeks.

Now there appears to be a light at the end of the tunnel, with the final day teams can complete regular-season contests set for Saturday, May 28 and the postseason set to begin next week

Final standings and playoff pairings will be released Tuesday, May 31.

Coaches can report results by email at sports@villagesoup.com or by calling 594-4401.

The following is a recap of recently reported results:

Softball

On May 24, the Medomak Middle School eighth-graders posted a 10-8 win over Camden-Rockport Middle School. Hannah Marks pitched another incredible game for the Riverhawks, striking out 14 batters, while allowing only four hits and five walks. Macy Buck also pitched well for the Schooners, allowing five hits and four walks, while striking out seven.

Hannah Watmough (triple, 2 singles) led the Riverhawks at the plate, while Megan Sykes (3 singles), Marks (2 singles), Olivia Ryan (2 doubles), Cassie Roach (single), Miranda Belcher (single), Hope Lash (single), Cierra Miller (single) and Paige Mason (single) each had hits.

Ebby Lamar and Allie MacDonald both had hits in the game for the Schooners, while the team stole a combined 12 bases in the loss.

On May 24, the Medomak Middle School seventh-graders dropped an 18-1 decision in five innings to Bristol. Casey Wagner, Olivia Wheeler and Riley Arbour each singled for the Riverhawks, while Cohen rapped a double in the loss.

C. Bodley, K . Westhavers, S. Cameron, B. Sprague and A. Healey each had hits for Bristol, while A. York pitched the win.

On May 20, the Medomak Middle School seventh-graders earned a 17-9 win over host Nobleboro. Sophie Cohen struck out two to lead the Riverhawks in the pitcher’s circle, while adding a single on offense. Olivia Wheeler also had a tremendous offense game for MMS, rapping five singles. Also chipping in for the visitors were Megan Linscott (2 singles), Stephanie Hill (2 singles), Kassandra Mank (2 singles), Casey Wagner (single), Brooke Creamer (single), Jessica Herrick (single) and Morgan Black (single).

Information for Nobleboro was unavailable.

On May 19, the Camden-Rockport Middle School eighth-graders posted a 22-4 win in five innings over Hope-Appleton. Schooner Lauren Mitchell tossed a no-hitter, striking out five batters in the complete game win. Leading CRMS on offense was shortstop Allie MacDonald (2 doubles, single, 4 RBIs), Ebby Lemar (3 singles), Sydnie Freitag (3 singles) and Macy Buck (double, single, 2 RBIs). MacDonald also made a superb diving catch at the end of the game, preserving Mitchell’s no-hitter.

Information for Hope-Appleton was unavailable.

On May 14, the Rockland District Middle School eighth-graders earned a 12-6 victory over Medomak Middle School.

Hannah Marks pitched for the Riverhawks and had a sensational game, striking out 17 batters in the tough-luck loss. Also chipping in on offense for MMS were Megan Sykes (3 singles), Marks (triple, single), Cassie Roach (single), Hannah Watmough (single), Kayleigh Curtis (single), Miranda Belcher (single) and Paige Mason (single).

Information for RDMS was unavailable.

On May 13, the Medomak Middle School eighth-graders posted a 12-7 win over Troy Howard Middle School of Belfast. Hannah Marks had a strong pitching performance for the Riverhawks, striking out 12 of the 17 batters she faced in the victory. She also helped her cause at the plate, hitting a home run and a double.

Also chipping in on offense for MMS was Cassie Roach (single), Olivia Ryan (single), Kayleigh Curtis (single), Hannah Watmough (single), Megan Sykes (single) and Paige Mason (single).

Information for Troy Howard was unavailable.

Baseball

On May 24, the Medomak Middle School eighth-graders battled to a 4-4 tie with Camden-Rockport Middle School after the game was called after eight innings. The Riverhawks scored three runs in the top of the seventh stanza to take a 4-3 lead, while the Schooners scored in the bottom of the seventh to force extra innings.

Gavin Felch (2 singles, 2 runs, RBI), Noah Beck (3 singles, run, RBI), Tyler Emerson (single, RBI), Vinny Garland (single) and Spencer Weiss (single) led the Riverhawks at the plate, while the Schooners were led by the offense of Daulton Wickenden and the defense of Drew Holt, said Schooner coach James Anderson.

On May 24, the Medomak Middle School seventh-graders was upended by Bristol 13-9. Owen Gilbert (3 singles), Ollie Brown (2 singles), Zach Starr (single), Nicholas DePatsy (single), Riley McCollett (single) and Tim Miller (single) each had hits in the loss for the Riverhawks.

Information for Bristol was unavailable.

On May 20, the Medomak Middle School seventh-graders were nipped by host Nobleboro 7-6. Ollie Brown (2 singles), Owen Gilbert (2 singles), Patrick Madden (single), Zach Starr (single), Riley McCollett (single) and Jackson Vail (single) keyed the Riverhawks.

Information for Nobleboro was unavailable.

On May 19, the Camden-Rockport Middle School eighth-graders squeaked out a 6-5 win over Lincolnville Central School in eight innings.

“After five innings of excellent pitching and fielding by Lincolnville, CRMS was able to put together a two-inning rally to tie the game and eventually win it in the eighth,” said Schooner coach James Anderson. “Daulton Wickenden showed spot-on control, lasting all eight innings to get the victory. Clutch hitting in the seventh inning by Drew Holt and Dimitri Kestenbaum led the three-run rally.”

Information for Lincolnville was unavailable.

On May 18, the Medomak Middle School eighth-graders defeated Searsport District Middle SChool 15-5 in five innings. MMS outhit Searsport 12-4 and committed only two errors in the win.

Leading the Riverhawks at the dish were Micah Williamson (double, 3 runs), Gavin Felch (double, 2 RBIs, 2 runs), Jamie Temple (single, 4 runs), Noah Beck (2 doubles, 2 singles, 2 runs, 4 RBIs), Tyler Emerson (2 singles, 2 RBIs), Chris Armstrong (double, single) and Travis Reed (single).

Felch pitched a complete game on the hill, allowing four hits and nine walks, while striking out 10 batters for the ‘Hawks.

Information for Searsport was unavailable.

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