The Busline League baseball and softball regular seasons have concluded, with the postseason scheduled to begin this week.

The following is a recap of recently-reported regular-season results:

Softball

Troy Howard 5, Medomak 8th 4

At Belfast May 24, the Lions roared to a one-run win over the visiting Riverhawks. Maggie Cox pitched for MMS, allowing four hits and two walks, with five strikeouts. Mariah Sturgis also pitched well for the Lions in the pitching circle. Cox (single, double), Vanessa Rancourt (single, double) and Sophie Cohen (single) led the visitors at the plate.

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Medomak 8th 17, Oceanside 8th 11

At Waldoboro May 22, the Riverhawks knocked off the Mariners, handing the visitors their first loss of the season. Cox surrendered two hits and nine walks, with eight strikeouts. Cox had two singles and a double for MMS, while Rancourt had two doubles and a single for the hosts.

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Oceanside 7th 16, Boothbay 0

At Thomaston May 22, the Mariners blanked the visiting Wildcats.

Leading the Mariners at the plate were Madelyn Young (hit, 3 RBIs), Cassie Butler (hit) and Jillian Brooks (2 hits). Mackenzie Abbott and Caroline Witwicki each had hits for Boothbay.

Lauren Hatch pitched two innings for Oceanside, allowing one hit and one walk, with two strikeouts. McCorrison worked the final three frames, allowing one hit and one walk, with eight strikeouts. Nicole Rice pitched for Boothbay.

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Medomak 8th 25, Lincolnville 5

At Lincolnville May 21, the Riverhawks put their bats on display against the host Lynx and prevailed by 20 runs. Cox and Stephanie Hill both pitched for the ‘Hawks, allowing a combined two hits and five walks, with four strikeouts.

Leading Medomak’s offense were Olivia Wheeler (2 singles), Leah Kihn (2 singles, double), Cohen (2 singles, double), Riley Arbour (3 singles), Rancourt (2 singles) and Cox (3 singles).

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Troy Howard 9, Medomak 8th 4

At Waldoboro May 18, the Riverhawks fell by five runs against the visiting Lions.

Cohen and Cox both pitched for MMS, allowing a combined five hits and eight walks, with five strikeouts. Hannah Watmough had two hits in the loss for the ‘Hawks and Miranda Belcher one.

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Oceanside 7th 10, Great Salt Bay 7

In recent play, the Mariners prevailed with a three-run win over the Cougars.

Leading Oceanside’s offense were Madelyn Young (3 hits), Kaylee McCorrison (2 hits), Meredith Mitchell (hit), Hayley Witham (hit), Haley Montgoery (hit), Casey Benner (hit) and Sierra Beal (hit).

Kate Laennle (hit) and Margaret Skiff (hit) each had hits for the Cougars.

Hatch allowed one hit and five walks for the Mariners, while McCorrison earned the save. Laennle pitched for Great Salt Bay.

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Oceanside 8th 27, Searsport 2

In recent play, the Mariners had little trouble with the Vikings and won in convincing fashion.

Leading Oceanside at the plate were Clara Feltis (3 hits, 5 runs), Mary Allen (home run, 3 runs), Ari Curtis (home run, 3 runs), Krissy McNichol (2 hits, 4 runs), Brianna Dugan (4 runs) and Cheyenne Cookson (hit, 2 runs).

Jenny Carter went three innings in the pitching circle for Oceanside, allowing two hits, with four strikeouts. Curtis worked the final two innings, striking out one.

Caitlin Shute scored for Searsport, while Hannah Nadeau had a hit and a run Karigen Coffin pitched for Searsport.

Additional information was unavailable.

Great Salt Bay 16, Oceanside 7th 12

In recent play, the Cougars knocked off the Mariners, prevailing by four runs.

Leading the Mariner offense were Beal (single), Young (single), Brooks (single), McCorrison (single) and Mitchell (single).

For the Cougars, Sophia Schumacher (3 hits), Brie Wajer (2 hits), Bailey Plourde (hit), Brianna Genthner (hit), Caitlin Feltis (hit), Abigail Thompson (hit) and Chassidy Day (hit) paced the offense.

Hatch pitched for Oceanside, while Plourde pitched for GSB.

Additional information was unavailable.

Oceanside 7th 20, Bristol 10

In recent play, the Mariners doubled up the Blue Devils, picking up the 10-run victory.

Beal (hit), Witham (2 hits), Young (4 hits), Kelsey Brooks (2 hits), Jillian Brooks (3 hits), Emily Clough (2 hits) and Hatch (hit) all contributed to the Oceanside offense, while Chloe Hallowell (hit), Lindsey Brackett (hit), Lorin Gildersleeve (2 hits), Heather Benner (2 hits), Dorothy Hodus (hit) and Cate Organ (hit) paced Bristol.

Hatch pitched for the Mariners, while Hallowell pitched for the Blue Devils.

Additional information was unavailable.

Baseball

Medomak 8th 5, Troy Howard 4

At Belfast May 24, the Riverhawks prevailed by a run over the host Lions. Medomak scored once in the second inning and three more times in the fourth, while the Lions rallied to tie the game 4-4 in the fifth inning. The Riverhawks then pulled ahead for good in the top of the seventh inning on Riley McCollett’s RBI-single.

McCollett (single), Jackson Vail (single), Cortland Fischer (double, single, 2 runs), Ethan Swan (single, RBI) and Dion Emery (single, RBI) led the visitors at the plate.

Adam Wilcox went three innings for Medomak, allowing two hits and two walks, with four strikeouts. Nick DePatsy pitched the final four frames, allowing four hits and four walks, with six strikeouts.

Additional information was unavailable.

Oceanside 8th 11, Medomak 8th 5

At Waldoboro May 22, the Mariners sailed to a six-run victory over the host Riverhawks. The Mariners scored four runs in the first inning and never trailed, outhitting the opposition 9-7.

Leading the Riverhawk offense were McCollett (double, 2 runs), DePatsy (double, single, 2 runs) and Owen Gilbert (double, 3 singles, 4 RBIs). Riley Sprague (3 hits, 2 RBIs), Thomas Curtis (2 hits), Josh Luttrell (hit), Nick Mazurek (hit) and Griffin Lombardo (hit) keyed the Mariner offense.

Sprague pitched for Oceanside, tossing a complete game, allowing seven hits and striking out seven. Vail, Ollie Brown, Travis Reed and DePatsy all pitched for MMS, allowing nine hits and 12 walks, with nine strikeouts.

Additional information was unavailable.

Oceanside 8th 5, Camden-Rockport 1

At Rockland May 19, the Mariners stayed unbeaten with a win over the visiting Schooners.

Jake Bartlett pitched for Oceanside, striking out five batters. Field Leonard and Day pitched for Camden-Rockport. Sprague, Mazurek, Curtis, Andrew King and Luttrell each had hits for the hosts.

Additional information was unavailable.

Medomak 8th 10, Troy Howard 5

At Waldoboro May 18, the host Riverhawks picked up a key win, doubling up the visiting Lions.

McCollett, Fischer and DePatsy all singled for Medomak, while Gordon Smith doubled for Troy Howard. McCollett went the distance for the ‘Hawks, allowing seven hits and five walks, with nine strikeouts.

Additional information was unavailable.

Oceanside 8th 15, Searsport 0 (5 inns.)

At Rockland May 17, the Mariners blanked the visiting Vikings and prevailed in a mercy rule-shortened game.

Mazurek allowed only one hit and struck out 12 batters for the Mariners. Moore pitched for Searsport and also had the lone hit of the game for the visitors.

Sprague, Mazurek and King each had two hits for Oceanside, while Ball and Tinker each had one hit.

Additional information was unavailable.

Oceanside 8th 13, Troy Howard 2

At Thomaston May 12, the Mariners prevailed over the visiting Lions by 11 runs.

Bartlett pitched for Oceanside, striking out 11 batters. Sprague pitched the final two innings and picked up five strikeouts. Dinsmore pitched for Troy Howard. Bartlett, Sprague, Mazurek, Curtis and King each had hits for the Mariners.

Additional information was unavailable.

Oceanside 8th 12, Medomak 8th 0 (6 inns.)

Also at Thomaston May 12, the Mariners blanked the visiting Riverhawks in the first game of a doubleheader for the hosts.

Mazurek was dominant on the hill for Oceanside, striking out 16 batters, while also going 3-for-4 at the plate with four RBIs. Bartlett also had three hits for the hosts, while Sprague, Curtis, King, Griffin, Lombardo and Dallas Ball each had one hit.

Additional information was unavailable.

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