Despite a boatload of rain this spring, which caused a bundle of postponements along the way, the conclusion of the Busline League baseball and softball regular seasons is just around the corner, with many teams in recent action throughout the area.

Coaches can report results by emailing or calling 594-4401.

The following is a recap of reported results:


Medomak 8th 14, Camden-Rockport 5

At Waldoboro May 17, The Riverhawks came away with a nine-run victory over the visiting Schooners. Leading MMS at the plate were Sophie Cohen (2 doubles, single), McKenzie Wing (2 singles) and Morgan Black (2 singles). Maggie Cox pitched for the hosts, allowing four hits and two walks, with two strikeouts.

Information for CRMS was unavailable.

Oceanside 7th 12, Nobleboro 10

At Thomaston May 15, the Mariner offense clicked on all cylinders and the hosts picked up a two-run victory over the Lions.

Leading Oceanside were Haley Montgomery (single), Madelyn Young (double, single), Casey Benner (single), Jillian Brooks (single), Kaylee McCorrison (single), Meredith Mitchell (single), Lauren Hatch (single) and Sierra Beal (2 singles).

For Nobleboro, Anna Hatch (2 hits), Sam Cameron (hit), Lexie Hartford (hit), Tessa Walsh (hit), Shay McClintick (hit) and Kate Westhaver (hit) led the offense.

Hatch and Brooks pitched for the Mariners, while Alyx York pitched for the Lions.

Oceanside 8th 42, Lincolnville 2

At Lincolnville May 15, the Mariners had little trouble against the host Lynx and prevailed in convincing fashion.

Leading the Oceanside offense were Ari Curtis (3 hits, 5 runs), Ireland LeBlanc (2 hits, 5 runs), Becca Boggs (5 runs), Mary Allen (2 hits, 5 runs), Gracie (last name unavailable) (4 runs), Lexie Colson (3 runs), Cheyenne Cookson (4 runs) and Jamie Brown (2 hits, 4 runs)

Brianna Dugan and Jenny Carter pitched, combining for five strikeouts.

Information for Lincolnville was unavailable.

Medomak 8th 15, Searsport 3

At Waldoboro May 15, the Riverhawks picked up their third win of the year with a victory over the Vikings. Maggie Cox pitched for MMS, allowing seven hits and three walks, with three strikeouts. Sophie Cohen, Vanessa Rancourt and Hannah Watmough each had multiple hits for the hosts.

Anna Bucklin and Karigan Coffin pitched for Searsport, walking 10 and striking out one. Melinda Ogden had three hits for the Vikings, while Cassi McKay added two.

Camden-Rockport 18, Troy Howard 5

At Camden May 15, the Schooners sailed to a 13-run victory over the visiting Lions. Hilary Merrifield allowed six hits and five walks, with three strikeouts for CRMS, while Juliana Haynes and Vivian Priestley each had singles for the Schooners.

Mariah Sturgis pitched for Troy Howard, surrendering two hits and 16 walks, with three strikeouts. Alexis Racioppi also pitched for the Lions, who were led offensively by Faulkingham (2 singles), Barnhart (2 singles), Simmons (single) and Skidgal (single).

Camden-Rockport 11, Medomak 8th 3

On May 11, the Schooners earned a victory over the Riverhawks in a game that was previously postponed due to rain. Sophie Cohen and Maggie Cox pitched for MMS, while Cox was the only repeat hitter for Medomak.

For Camden-Rockport, Maddie Bowman (double, single), Taylor Peasley (2 singles), Natasha Morong (single), Kayloni Hall (single) and Abby Matlack (single) led the offense. Juliana Haynes pitched for CRMS, allowing four hits and two walks, with 10 strikeouts.

Oceanside 8th 14, Medomak 8th 7

On May 12, the Mariners doubled up the Riverhawks. Cox and Cohen pitched for MMS and were the only repeat hitters for Medomak.

Information for the Mariners was unavailable.


Medomak 8th 17, Camden-Rockport 9

At Waldoboro May 17, the host Riverhawks defeated the Schooners by eight runs in a game that called after six innings due to darkness.

Leading Medomak at the plate were Riley McCollett (3 hits, run, RBI), Ollie Brown (2 hits, 2 runs, 3 RBIs), Nick DePatsy (2 hits, 3 runs, RBI), Adam Wilcox (hit, run, RBI), Owen Gilbert (home run, double, 2 runs, RBI), Cortland Fischer (double, run, 2 RBIs) and Patrick Madden (2 hits, 2 runs, RBI).

DePatsy pitched for the ‘Hawks, allowing six hits and three walks, with four strikeouts over three innings. Wilcox went the rest of the way, allowing four hits and one walk, with two strikeouts.

Information for CRMS was unavailable.

Searsport 8, Medomak 5

At Waldoboro May 15, the Vikings came away with a three-run victory over the host Riverhawks. Reynolds pitched for Searsport, striking out a whopping 18 batters in the victory. Jackson Vail, Travis Reed and Ollie Brown all pitched for Medomak, allowing 10 hits and three walks, with seven strikeouts.

Ben Turner doubled and scored two runs, while Nick DePatsy singled and had two RBIs for the ‘Hawks. Additional information for the Vikings was unavailable.

Medomak 8th 17, Camden-Rockport 2

On May 11, the Riverhawks soared to a convincing win over the Schooners, outhitting the opposition 12-4 in the process.

Leading the ‘Hawks were Ollie Brown (home run, double, single, 3 runs, 4 RBIs), Nick DePatsy (double, single, 2 runs, RBI), Owen Gilbert (2 singles, 2 runs, RBI), Ben Turner (single, 2 runs, 2 RBIs), Jackson Vail (2 singles, 2 runs, 3 RBIs) and Brendan Lash (single, run, 2 RBIs).

Riley McCollett went three innings on the hill for Medomak, allowing two hits and one walk, with seven strikeouts. Brown went the rest of the way, allowing two hits, with four strikeouts.

Information for CRMS was unavailable.

Oceanside 8th 12, Medomak 8th 0

On May 12, the Mariners sailed to a shutout win in six innings over the Riverhawks. Oceanside’s Nick Mazurek tossed a one-hit gem, striking out 16 batters.

DePatsy and Adam Wilcox pitched for Medomak, combining to allow 10 hits and 11 walks, with six strikeouts.

Additional information was unavailable.

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