The regular seasons for Waldo County high school baseball and softball squads are winding to a close, with a few area teams sporting an outside shot of qualifying for the postseason.

The Belfast and Mount View baseball teams likely would have to win their final games if they hope to qualify for Eastern Class B preliminary playoff games, while the Mustang and Lion softball teams, along with the Searsport baseball and softball squads, appear out of contention in their respective regions.

The regular season ends Wednesday, May 30.

The following is a recap of recently-reported results:

Softball

Lincoln Academy 21, Mount View 5

At Knox May 18, the Eagles soared to victory over the winless Mustangs with a truckload of late runs. Lincoln Academy scored four runs in both the fourth and fifth innings and eight more in the sixth to pull away.

Wendy Gibbs rapped two hits for Mount View, while Fran Stevens, Oona Foley and Lindsay Morong each had hits for the hosts.

Gretchen Konitzky had two hits for Lincoln Academy, while Tara Gaunt, Megan Scavetta and Jen Genthner each had one hit.

Hailey Giggey pitched for Mount View, while Abby Farrin pitched for Lincoln Academy.

In the Maine Principals’ Association Heal Point Standings for Eastern Class B, Mount View (0-14, no points) is 19th, while Oceanside (12-1, 93.5938 points) is first in the 19-team region. The top 13 teams qualify for the playoffs.

Maine Central Institute 6, Belfast 2

At Pittsfield May 18, the Huskies scored six unanswered runs late in the game, five of which came in the sixth inning, to roar past the visiting Lions.

Britt Mellor (hit), Madison Cummings (hit), Makayla Cummings (hit), Katrina Lapham (hit), Kallee Merrifield (hit) and Brooke Stanley (hit, RBI) led Belfast at the dish, while Malone (2 hits, 2 runs), Sousa (hit, run), Fowler (triple, RBI) and Smedberg (hit) keyed MCI.

Killyan Richards allowed five hits and one walk, with five strikeouts in the pitching circle for Belfast. Fowler pitched for the Huskies, allowing six hits and one walk, while fanning two.

Full names for MCI players were unavailable.

In the Maine Principals’ Association Heal Point Standings for Eastern Class B, Belfast (2-11, 3.3594 points) is 17th, while Oceanside (12-1, 93.5938 points) is first in the 19-team region. The top 13 teams qualify for the playoffs.

Belfast 6, Morse 3

At Bath May 15, the Lions roared to their first win of the season, doubling up the host Shipbuilders.

Richards pitched for Belfast, allowing six hits and three walks, with three strikeouts. Jocelyn McNeill pitched for Morse, scattering eight hits and four walks, with five strikeouts.

Leading Belfast at the plate were Mellor (2 hits, RBI, run), Madison Cummings (2 hits, RBI, run), Becca Leonard (hit, RBI), Richards (hit, 2 RBIs), Makayla Cummings (hit) and Dakota Black (hit, RBI, run).

Nichole Leggan (3 hits, RBI), Megan Hixon (hit, run) and McNeill (hit, run) led Morse at the plate.

“I am so proud of the girls and happy for them,” said Belfast coach Chris Bartlett on the team’s first victory. “It would be really easy to give up at this point in the season, especially as tough of a season as we have had. But they keep playing hard every day and they were rewarded with their efforts tonight.”

Baseball

Searsport 6, Sumner 0

At Searsport May 21, the Vikings received a superb effort on the mound from junior Darren Harriman en route to their second win of the year, this time over the Tigers of East Sullivan.

Harriman allowed five hits and only one walk, while striking out 11 in the victory for Searsport. Connor Lee took the loss on the hill for the Tigers, allowing three hits and three walks, with six strikeouts.

Leading the Viking offense were Buddy Ellis (double, 2 runs), Alex Carroll (2 singles, 2 RBIs, run), Shane Seekins (single, 2 RBIs, run), Theo LeBlanc (single, 2 RBIs) and Jacob Powell (single, run).

For Sumner, Joey Malloy (double), Dillon Harmon (double), Tristan Taylor (single), Lucas Potter-Harmon (single) and Lee (single) led the offense.

Searsport plated one run in the first inning and tacked on five more in the fifth.

In the Maine Principals’ Association Heal Point Standings for Eastern Class C, Searsport (2-9, 5.6641 points) is 16th, while Orono (9-4, 64.8438 points) is first in the 17-team region. The top 11 teams qualify for the playoffs.

George Stevens Academy 10, Searsport 5

At Blue Hill May 19, the Vikings were doubled up by the host Eagles, falling by five runs.

Leading the Vikings at the plate were Zach Beaudry (double, single, 2 runs, 2 RBIs), Seekins (2 singles, run, RBI), Harriman (single), Alex Carroll (single) and Powell (single, run).

For GSA, Gavin Rogers tripled, while Marriner Chaney single, doubled and had two RBIs.

Will Ricker pitched for the Eagles, allowing seven hits, with nine strikeouts. Matt Coffin pitched for Searsport, allowing two hits, with one strikeout.

Bucksport 13, Searsport 0 (5 inns.)

At Searsport May 18, the Vikings were shut out by the Golden Bucks on their home diamond, dropping their ninth game of the season.

Ellis doubled for the lone Searsport hit, while Shawn Smith (home run), Ryan Grindle (2 hits), Mike Cummings (2 hits, 3 runs, RBI) and Jack Cyr (hit, 2 runs) led Bucksport.

Gabe Stearns went the distance for the Golden Bucks, allowing one hit with three strikeouts. James Harvey took the pitching loss for Searsport, allowing four hits and four walks, with six strikeouts.

Belfast 8, Maine Central Institute 1

At Pittsfield May 18, the Lions had little trouble with the host Huskies, prevailing by seven runs.

Leading the visitors at the plate were Damion Benner (2 singles), Greg Clark (single, 2 runs), Scott Kulikowski (single, 2 runs), Larry Dyer (single), Zach Collier (single, 2 runs), and Lucas Clark (single, run).

For MCI, Dionne (single0, Fortin (single), Tozier (single) and Lasalle (single) led the offense.

Kaleb Cook went three innings for Belfast, allowing one hit and one walk, with two strikeouts. Kulikowski also tossed three innings, allowing two hits and fanning two, while Benner closed the game, allowing one hit and striking out two.

Full names for MCI players were unavailable.

In the Maine Principals’ Association Heal Point Standings for Eastern Class B, Belfast (5-8, 32.0703 points) is 14th, while Waterville (13-1, 104.5313 points) is first in the 19-team region. The top 13 teams qualify for the playoffs.

Morse 7, Belfast 4

At Bath May 15, the Shipbuilders built an early lead and weathered the storm late to prevail over the visiting Lions by three runs.

Leading Belfast at the plate were Kulikowski (2 singles, run), Stephen Paul (2 hits), Greg Clark (single, 2 runs), Benner (single, run) and Tyler Tran (single).

For Morse, Hardin (home run), Moore (single) and McDonough (single, run) led the offense.

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