Waldo County high school baseball and softball teams were in action Tuesday, May 20, a scenario which saw only two teams prevail on the diamond.

The Searsport and Mount View baseball squads both finished the day with victories, while the Searsport and Mount View softball squads — along with both the Belfast baseball and softball teams — came up short.

The Viking baseball team's 4-2 win over Sumner of East Sullivan was highlighted by pitcher Troy Reynolds, who tossed a no-hitter to lead Searsport to its sixth win.

Click for photos from the Belfast at Camden Hills softball game.

The following is a recap of reported results:


Searsport 4, Sumner 2 (8 inns.)

At East Sullivan May 20, the Vikings got back on the winning track and received a superior effort on the hill from pitcher Troy Reynolds as the visitors bested the Tigers.

Reynolds tossed a no-hitter for Searsport as he walked five batters and struck out an eye-popping 17 batters in the winning effort. Sumner scored both of its runs in the sixth inning on two walks, two errors and a passed ball. Searsport also scored two runs in the sixth and added two more in the eighth.

Issac Christiansen also pitched the full eight innings for Sumner, allowing 10 hits and two walks, with 13 strikeouts.

Leading the Vikings at the plate were Kyle Grant (3 singles, 2 runs), Jake Powell (2 singles, run), Reynolds (double, single, run), Jay Burkard (double, RBI), Kyle Moore (single) and Barrett Grant (single).

In the Maine Principals' Association Heal Point Standings for Western Class D, Searsport (6-4, 13.8895 points) is third, while Richmond (6-1, 26.2512 points) is first in the 10-team region. The top seven teams qualify for the playoffs.

Mount View 8, Nokomis 7

At Thorndike May 20, the 'Stangs held off a late Warrior rally and prevailed by one run. Nokomis scored four runs in both the first and sixth innings, while Nokomis tallied three in the first and four more in the seventh.

Leading the Mustangs at the plate were Mikey Hustus (single, run), Erik Larrabee (single, run), Nathan Wren (double, RBI, 2 runs), David Clark (2 singles, 2 runs, RBI), Kenny McGray (double, single, 2 runs, RBI), Cole Hannan (double, 2 RBIs) and Seth Davis (single, run).

For Nokomis, Noah Kershner (2 singles, run), Andrew Dyer (2 singles, run, 2 RBIs), Ray Girroir (3 singles, run, RBI), Conner Allen (2 singles, run, 2 RBIs), Jake Winslow (single, RBI) and Tyler Knight (single) paced the offense.

McGray pitched for Mount View, allowing 11 hits and three walks, with four strikeouts. Ramsdell, Aron Sinestad and Girrior pitched for Nokomis, allowing nine hits and seven walks, with five strikeouts.

In the Maine Principals' Association Heal Point Standings for Eastern Class B, Mount View (3-8, 10.7422 points) is 16th, while Oceanside of Rockland/Thomaston (9-2, 63.4766 points) is first in the 19-team region. The top 13 teams qualify for the playoffs.

Camden Hills 14, Belfast 0 (5 inns.)

At Belfast May 20, the Windjammers erupted offensively in the late innings and sailed to their eighth win. Camden Hills scored four runs in the third inning, seven more in the fourth and three in the fifth.

Leading Camden Hills at the plate were Aubrey Pennington (single, 3 runs), Ben Rollins (2 singles, 2 RBIs, 2 runs), Chandler Crans (3 singles, 2 RBIs, run), Michael Wolff (2 singles, 2 runs, RBI), Connor Graffam (double, single, RBI, 2 runs) and John Hall (single).

Connor Graffam and Daulton Wickenden pitched for the Windjammers, allowing five hits and no walks, with five strikeouts.

Information for Belfast was unavailable.


Camden Hills 13, Belfast 11

At Rockport May 20, Windjammer Natalie Hamalainen had a game to remember as she helped the “visiting” Windjammers knock off the “host” Lions. Camden Hills scored one run in the second inning, six in the fourth, one in the fifth, four in the sixth and one in the seventh, while Belfast scored two in the second, six in the third and two in the fourth.

The game was scheduled to be played in Belfast, but the game was moved to Rockport after heavy rain earlier in the week made Belfast's home field unplayable. Despite playing at their home field, Camden Hills was the away team in Tuesday's contest.

Hamalainen belted a sixth-inning grand slam over the center field fence to give Camden Hills the lead for good at 12-11. Camden Hills had trailed 8-1 early in the contest.

Hamalainen also double, singled and scored four runs for the Windjammers, while Julianna Haynes (single, run), Bekah Hilt (single, run), Charlotte Messer (single, 2 runs), Marissa Libby (single, run, RBI) and Maddie Bowman (single, run) were among Camden Hills' offensive stars.

For Belfast, Kelci Faulkingham (4 singles, run), Casey Thayer (2 doubles, run), Mariah Sturgis (single, 3 runs), Ashley Littlefield (2 singles, 3 runs) and Grace Davis (single, run) paced the offense.

Camden Hills pitching allowed 10 hits, three walks and one hit batter, with five strikeouts. Littlefield pitched for Belfast, allowing nine hits and five walks, with six strikeouts.

In the Maine Principals' Association Heal Point Standings for Eastern Class B, Camden Hills (5-6, 32.8125 points) is sixth, while Belfast (5-6, 23.6719 points) is 10th. Nokomis of Newport (11-0, 54.9219 points) is first in the 19-team region. The top 13 teams qualify for the playoffs.

Nokomis 9, Mount View 0

At Thorndike May 20, the Warriors remained unbeaten as they bested the host Mustangs. Nokomis scored one run in the first, second, third and fifth innings, two runs in the sixth and three in the fourth.

Lyndsay Morong, Dinah Bilodeau, Emily English and Brittany Dugal singled for Mount View, while Sarah Packard tripled and singled and Becky Orcutt doubled to lead Nokomis.

Packard and Orcutt pitched for the Warriors, while Bilodeau pitched for Mount View.

In the Maine Principals' Association Heal Point Standings for Eastern Class B, Mount View (2-9, 4.7266 points) is 17th, while Nokomis (11-0, 54.9219 points) is first in the 19-team region. The top 13 teams qualify for the playoffs.