Despite a significant amount of rainfall the past week, the Busline League baseball and softball seasons have been heating up of late, with a handful of squads in action in early-spring play.

Coaches can report results by emailing sports@courierpublicationsllc.com or calling 594-4401, ext. 116.

The following is a recap of recently-reported results:

Seventh-grade softball

Oceanside 45, Wiscasset 5

At Thomaston April 25, the Mariners put on an offensive clinic against the visiting Warriors and prevailed by 40 runs. Leading the hosts at the plate were Madelyn Young (3 hits), Jillian Brooks (2 hits), Cassie Butler (2 hits), Alexis Mazurek (2 hits), Jaymie McMahon (2 hits) and Olivia Staples (hit).

Stephanie Jones had the lone hit for Wiscasset.

Haylie Witham and Lauren Hatch pitched for the Mariners, while MacKendra Chancellor pitched for the Warriors.

Oceanside 21, Jefferson 16

At Thomaston May 1, the Mariners had only two hits, but scored the runs they needed to pick up a win over the Chargers.

Jillian Brooks and Haylie Witham each had hits for the Mariners, while Witham and Lauren Hatch handled the pitching for the hosts.

Statistics for Jefferson were unavailable.

Oceanside 15, Camden-Rockport 13

At Thomaston May 3, the Mariners sailed past the visiting Schooners and stayed unbeaten on the season.

Young and Casey Benner each had three hits for the Mariners, while Emily Hutchinson and Butler each added two hits and Kelsey Brooks, Witham, Jillian Brooks, Meredith Mitchell and Hatch each had one hit. Ginny Laurita, Julia Holt and K. Morse each had hits for CRMS.

Hatch pitched for Oceanside, while Morse pitched for Camden-Rockport.

Eighth-grade softball

Oceanside 27, Searsport 3

At Searsport May 1, the Mariners had little trouble with the host Vikings and prevailed by a convincing margin.

Leading the visitors at the plate were Ari Curtis (3 hits, 5 runs), Ireland LeBlanc (3 hits, 4 runs), Brianna Dugan (2 hits, 4 runs), Kalyn Grover (3 hits, 2 runs) and Mary Allen (2 runs).

LeBlanc pitched for Oceanside, walking two and striking out three in the win.

Information for Searsport was unavailable.

Oceanside 17, Camden-Rockport 7

At Camden May 3, the Mariners put their offense on display and picked up a 10-run victory over the host Schooners.

Leading the Oceanside offense was Ari Curtis (2 hits, 3 runs), Ireland LeBlanc (2 hits, 3 runs), Krissy McNichol (2 hits, 2 runs), Kalyn Grover (2 hits, 2 runs), Becca Boggs (2 hits, 2 runs) and Jamie Brown (2 hits, run). Dugan proved solid defensively at first base and Grover was strong behind the plate.

For Camden-Rockport, Eleni Fernald (hit, run), Natasha Morong (hit, run), Maddie Bowman (hit, run), Taylor Peasley (hit, run) and Abigail Matlack (2 hits, 2 runs) paced the offense. Matlack and Fernald played strong defense for the Schooners, said coach James Christie.

Curtis pitched for Oceanside, giving up three hits and one walk, with three strikeouts. Hilary Merrifield pitched for the Schooners, allowing seven hits and six walks, with four strikeouts.

Eighth-grade baseball

Oceanside 16, Camden-Rockport 2 (6 inns.)

At Camden May 3, the Mariners bested the host Schooners in a nautical battle of local rivals.

Thomas Curtis (4 hits) led the Mariners’ offense, while Nick Mazurek (3 hits), Jake Bartlett (hit) and Josh Luttrell (hit) also paced Oceanside. Mazurek got the win on the mound, walking one and striking out 11.

Information for CRMS was unavailable.

Oceanside 15, Searsport 5

At Searsport May 1, the Mariners prevailed by 10 runs over the host Vikings.

Nick Mazurek (3 hits, 2 RBIs), Andrew King (2 hits, 4 RBIs), Thomas Curtis (2 hits, 2 RBIs) and Riley Sprague (2 hits) paced Oceanside’s attack. Jake Bartlett got the win on the hill for the visitors.

Courier Publications sports staff can be reached by phone at 207-594-4401 or by email at sports@courierpublicationsllc.com.