The Midcoast Babe Ruth League baseball regular season is now a memory, with the postseason now on deck and the league championship only a few days away.

Baseball will be played fast and furious this week with playoff games being scheduled for Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, July 5-7, with the league championship game set for Saturday, July 9 at Medomak Valley High School.

All playoff game times will begin at 5:45 p.m., with the exception of Saturday’s championship game, which will be decided later in the week based on the two teams remaining after Thursday’s semifinals.

The final regular-season records include: 1, Wiscasset Ford, 12-1; 2, Rockport Automotive, 12-1; 3, Camden-Rockport, 8-3; 4, Rockland Cafe, 9-4; 5, Damariscotta, 6-5-1; 6, Belfast, 5-6; 7, Newcastle, 3-6-1; 8, Waldoboro, 4-9; 9, Georges Valley, 2-11; and 10, Union, 0-13.

Both top-seeded Wiscasset Ford and No. 2 Rockport Automotive receive byes to the quarterfinal round.

First-round games begin Tuesday, July 5 with No. 8 Waldoboro hosting No. 9 Georges Valley, while No. 10 Union will travel to No. 7 Newcastle.

The winner of the Waldoboro-Georges Valley game will travel to face No. 1 Wiscasset Ford, while the winner of Union and Newcastle will travel to face No. 2 Rockport Automotive in quarterfinal games Wednesday, July 6.

Other quarterfinal action slated for Wednesday includes No. 5 Damariscotta at No. 4 Rockland Cafe, while No. 3 Camden Rockport will “host” No. 6 Belfast — in Belfast.

Both Rockport Automotive and Camden-Rockport share the same home field, at the Marge Jones Recreation Facility, which prompted the venue change.

Semifinal playoff games will be at the home of the highest remaining seeds. In addition to Saturday’s league championship, there also will be a play day for all players scheduled for Sunday, July 10 at 10 a.m. at MVHS.

The following is a recap of reported results from regular-season games played through Sunday:

Wiscasset Ford 14, Rockport Automotive 4 (6 inns.) … At Wiscasset July 3, Rockport Automotive was dealt its only loss of the year on its final day of the regular season as it fell in a mercy rule-shortened game.

Leading Rockport Automotive at the plate were Isaac Filderman (double, single), Sam Gimlewicz (double), Chandler Crans (single), Caleb McFarland (single, RBI) and Cailan Schecter (2 singles).

For Wiscasset Ford, Chandler Longfellow (2 doubles, 5 RBIs), Cody Graves (3 singles), Dylan McMahon (2 singles, double) and Eddie Stewart (2 RBIs) keyed the offense.

Stewart tossed the first five innings for the hosts, allowing two runs on five hits. Longfellow pitched a scoreless sixth inning and also had a walkoff three-run double in the bottom of the frame to end the game.

Nate Pascal, Gimlewicz, Julian Starbird and Sean Pierce combined to allow 11 hits and four walks, while striking out two pitching for Rockport Automotive.

Rockport Automotive 13, Camden-Rockport 10 … At Rockport July 2, the hosts benefited from a nine-run fifth inning and motored past C-R with a three-run win.

Chandler Crans (2 singles, 2 runs, 3 RBIs), Kyle Crans (3 singles, run, 3 RBIs), Caleb McFarland (2 singles, run, 2 RBIs), Pierce (single, run, RBI), Schecter (3 singles, 2 runs, RBI), Gimlewicz (2 singles, run, RBI), Ryan Pierce (2 singles, run, RBI), Pascal (2 runs), Brandon Benson (run) and Filderman (2 singles, run) led Rockport Automotive on offense.

McFarland went 4 1/3 innings on the hill for Rockport Automotive, allowing three hits and four walks, while striking out five. Pascal, Chandler Crans and Pierce combined to allow three hits and four walks, while striking out four, also for Rockport Automotive.

Information for C-R was unavailable.

Rockport Automotive 16, Union 6 … At Waldoboro July 2, the visitors jumped out of an early-inning deficit and rallied to stay unbeaten with a 10-run win over winless Union.

Leading Rockport Automotive at the dish were Starbird (single, run, 3 RBIs), Pierce (single, run, RBI), Pascal (double, 2 runs), Chandler Crans (single, run), Pierce (single, 2 runs, 2 RBIs), Kyle Crans (2 singles, 2 doubles, 2 runs, 4 RBIs), Filderman (single, run), Benson (2 singles, 2 runs, RBI), Wyatt Parra (run), Daulton Oakes (4 singles, 2 runs, 3 RBIs) and Justin Stearns (run).

Starbird, Benson and Gimlewicz combined to allow six hits and eight walks, with 13 strikeouts for Rockport Automotive.

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Belfast 4, Damariscotta 3 … At Belfast July 2, the hosts got a walkoff RBI-double from Drew Nealey that plated teammate Zavier Roman as Belfast earned the thrilling win over the visitors.

Leading Belfast at the plate were Damien Benner (3 singles), Alex Flagg (single), Tim Sticht (double, run), Roman (single, 2 runs), Matt Smith (double, run), Nealey (double, game-winning RBI) and Emery Dinsmore (single, 2 RBIs).

For Damariscotta, S. Allen (single, run), A.J. Oliver (2 singles), A. McCuloth (single, run) and M. Martin (double) led the offense.

Benner and Flagg combined to allow seven hits, while striking out 12 on the hill for Belfast. Oliver, Allen and N. Maston combined to pitch for Damariscotta.

Rockport Automotive 10, Belfast 6 … At Belfast July 1, the visitors jumped to a 5-0 lead and never looked back as they motored past the hosts for a four-run win.

Chandler Crans (home run, double, 2 runs, 3 RBIs), Schecter (2 singles, double, 3 runs), Sean Pierce (single, 2 RBIs), Ryan Pierce (single, RBI), McFarland (single, double, 2 RBIs), Sam Gimlewicz (single), Pascal (single, run), Wyatt Parra (single, run) and Benson (single, run 2 RBIs) led Rockport Automotive.

Benner (2 singles, run), Nealey (single, double, RBI, 2 runs), Flagg (double, 2 singles, RBI, run), Dinsmore (single, run), Sticht (2 singles), Smith (single) and Asa Lewis (single) keyed Belfast.

Sean Pierce, Pascal, Kyle Crans and Benson combined to allow nine hits and five walks, while striking out five. Lucas Clark allowed 13 hits, while striking out five for Belfast.

Rockland Café 11, Georges Valley 1 (5 inns.) … At Rockland June 30, Rockland Café got the separation they needed with a four-run seventh inning and held off the visitors for a mercy-rule triumph.

Leading Rockland Café at the plate were Jordan Carter (single, double, triple, 2 runs, 4 RBIs), Hunter Grindle (2 singles, 2 runs), Zach Peaco (double, single, run, RBI), Nick Mazurek (double, 3 RBIs), J.T. Tobin (single, 3 runs), Ryan Allender (single, run), Zach Roman (single, run) and Mazlin Hignee (2 singles, RBI).

Nick Judge and Scott Strong had hits for Georges Valley, while Jimmy Strong scored the lone run.

Mazurek went three innings on the hill for Rockland Café, allowing two hits and two walks, with four strikeouts. Allender then tossed two innings of hitless relief to clinch the game for the hosts.

Camden-Rockport 10, Union 0 (5 inns.) … At Union June 30, the visitors benefited from an eight-run fourth inning and ran away with a convincing mercy-rule win over the hosts.

Leading Camden-Rockport at the plate were Ben Rollins (single, double, 2 RBIs), Henry Laurita (double, 2 RBIs, run), Aubrey Pennington (triple, RBI, run), Jake Davee (single, RBI, 2 runs), Jared Gilbert (single, RBI, run), John Hall (single, RBI), Teddy Laurita (single, run), Merrill Hall (double), Andrew Hall (RBI, 2 runs), Cam Lafleche (RBI, run) and Kienan Brown(run).

Teddy Laurita went three innings for C-R, allowing one hit and one walk, while striking out two. Jake Davee tossed two innings of hitless relief, walking one and fanning three for the winners.

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