With summer now in full swing, so is the Midcoast Babe Ruth League season, which had a busy weekend, and recent few days, and saw many local teams in action throughout the area.

The regular season concludes on Saturday, July 2, with the postseason beginning Tuesday, July 5. The league championships are slated for Saturday, July 9 at Medomak Valley High School.

Results of recently reported games (coaches can report results by emailing sports@villagesoup.com or calling 594-4401) were:

Camden-Rockport 18, Rockland Café 8 … At Rockland June 19, the visitors handed the hosts their first loss of the season in the second game of the doubleheader.

Leading Camden-Rockport at the dish were John Hall (double, 2 singles, run), Joe Chamberlain (double, single, 2 runs), Jake Davee (2 singles, 2 runs), Sam Berry (2 singles, 2 runs), Teddy Laurita (2 singles, 2 runs), Connor Graffam (2 singles, run), Merrill Hall (single, 2 runs), Andrew Hall (single, 2 runs), Ben Rollins (single, run), Aubrey Pennington (run) and Kienan Brown (run).

For Rockland Café, J.T. Tobin (2 singles), Cole Chase (double), Hunter Grindle (double), Jordan Carter (single) and Zack Roman (single) keyed the offense.

Graffam tossed four innings on the mound for Camden-Rockport, walking three and striking out two, while teammates Merrill Hall, Andrew Hall and Rollins combined to walk eight and strike out four in relief.

Grindle pitched four innings for Rockland Cafe, allowing six hits and one walk. Ryan Allender pitched one inning of relief, allowing six hits and two walks.

Rockland Café 5, Camden-Rockport 2 … At Rockland June 19, Rockland Café took game one of the doubleheader and prevailed by three runs. The game was knotted 2-2 heading into the sixth, when Rockland Café posted three runs to pull away from the visitors.

Leading Camden-Rockport at the plate were Chamberlain (single), Davee (single), Berry (single, run), John Hall (single), Laurita (single), Merrill Hall (single) and Graffam (run).

For Rockland Café, Carter (double, single), Chase (single), Nick Mazurek (single), Tobin (double), Allender (double), Grindle (double) and Jacob Brackett (single) paced the offense.

Berry tossed six innings for Camden-Rockport, allowing six hits and three walks, while striking out eight.

Mazurek went the distance for Rockland Café, allowing six hits and one walk, while striking out nine.

Click for photos from the Rockland Café and Camden-Rockport game.

Belfast 9, Georges Valley 7 … At Thomaston June 19, Belfast, earned its second win of the day and second win of the season with a two-run decision over Georges Valley in game two of the doubleheader.

Leading Belfast at the dish were Damien Benner (double, 2 singles), Peter Brunette (2 singles), Zach Collier (2 singles) and Luke Clark (single). For Georges Valley, Griffin Lomardo (double) and Nick Judge (2 singles) keyed the offense.

Collier worked four innings on the hill for Belfast, allowing two hits and three walks, while striking out four. Asa Lewis went 2/3 of an inning, allowing three hits and one walk, with one strikeout, while Emery Dinsmore went the rest of the way, allowing two hits and two walks over 2 1/3 innings.

Sloan Smith allowed 10 hits and one walk, while striking out two in a complete game effort for Georges Valley.

Belfast 18, Georges Valley 1 (6 inns.) … At Thomaston June 19, Belfast blew the game open with a 13-run sixth inning and cruised to its first win of the season in the first game of a doubleheader.

Leading Belfast on offense was Clark (double, three singles, 4 RBIs), Tim Sticht (double, single), Benner (double) and Brunette (double).

Jacob Powell tossed five innings for Belfast, allowing one hit and five walks, while striking out three. Matt Smith then tossed an inning of relief, allowing one hit and one walk, with one strikeout.

Scott Strong, Jimmy Strong, Ben Oakes-Boynton and Travis Frye combined to allow 11 hits and six walks, while striking out five for Georges Valley.

Belfast’s big inning saw 17 batters come to the plate and the visitors scored 13 runs behind six hits, three walks and five Georges Valley errors.

Rockport Automotive 13, Waldoboro 3 (5 inns.) … At Rockport June 19, the hosts motored to a 10-run mercy-rule shortened victory over the visitors.

Leading Rockport Automotive at the plate were Chandler Crans (2 singles, double, 2 RBIs, run), Kyle Crans (single, RBI, 2 runs), Sean Pierce (2 singles, 2 RBIs, run), Brandon Benson (single, RBI, 2 runs), Sam Gimlewicz (single, 2 RBIs, 3 runs), Daulton Oakes (single, RBI, run), Nate Pascal (single, RBI), Wyatt Parra (RBI) and Caleb McFarland (run).

Pierce pitched three innings on the hill for Rockport Automotive, allowing two hits and four walks, while striking out six. Pascal tossed the final two frames, allowing one hit and two walks, while striking out one.

Georges Valley 14, Union 4 (6 inns.) … At Waldoboro June 18, the visitors secured their first win of the season and did so in convincing fashion, needing only six innings to dispatch of host Union.

Leading Georges Valley at the plate were Scott Strong (double, single), Caleb Jacob (double) and Andrew King (double), while Union was paced by Josh Tracey (double, single) and Clarence Porter (single).

Rico Baudanza tossed six innings, allowing five hits and one walk, while striking out six to lead Georges Valley on the hill, while Tracey started for Union and took the loss, allowing two hits and two walks, while fanning one.

Georges Valley led 5-0 through three innings before Union closed the gap, scoring three runs in the fourth and another in the fifth to make the score 5-4. Georges Valley then scored nine unanswered runs in the sixth to close the game.

Rockport Automotive 4, Belfast 0 … At Rockport June 17, the hosts got a tremendous effort on the mound from hurler Chandler Crans and shut out the visitors with a key victory.

Crans allowed two hits on the mound, yielded no walks and struck out a whopping 17 batters to lead Rockport Automotive to victory. Powell and Roman each singled for Belfast.

Leading Rockport Automotive at the plate were Cailan Schecter (2 singles, run), Caleb McFarland (single, run), Ryan Pierce (single), Sam Gimlewicz (single, RBI) and Nathan Pascal (single, RBI).

Damien Benner tossed five innings for Belfast, allowing six hits and two walks. Powell pitched a scoreless seventh inning.

Click for photos from the Rockport Automotive and Belfast game.

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