The regular season for high school baseball and softball is slowly, but surely, drawing to a close, as area squads look to move up a few rungs on their regional ladders before the all-important Maine Principals’ Association Heal Point Standings finalize.

On Saturday, May 28, Camden Hills softball of Rockport was upended by Lewiston.

On Friday, May 27, Belfast swung past Oceanside of Rockport, as did Searsport against Dexter. Camden Hills also earned a split with Messalonskee of Oakland, as Windjammer baseball sailed to a road win.

On Wednesday, May 25, Medomak Valley of Waldoboro swung past Belfast, Searsport and Oceanside split with Sumner of Sullivan and Lincoln Academy of Newcastle and Camden Hills came up short against Mount Ararat of Topsham.

Medomak Valley’s Matt Holbrook. Photo by Ken Waltz

On Tuesday, May 24, Mount View of Thorndike baseball swung past Maranacook of Readfield, while Mustang softball lost to the Black Bears. Vinalhaven baseball also dropped a doubleheader to Richmond, while Camden Hills split with Mount Blue of Farmington.

On Monday, May 23,  Medomak Valley swung past Lincoln Academy, while Searsport collected wins over Bangor Christian. In addition, Oceanside split with Winslow, as baseball earned a win, while Camden Hills was downed by Bangor.

Belfast’s Hayle Withee. Photo by Ken Waltz

On Saturday, May 21, Mustang baseball split with Old Orchard Beach, while softball picked up a pair of wins over the Seagulls.

The final day of the regular season is Wednesday, June 1, with postseason games for some to begin on Saturday, June 4.

The MPA, which governs member high school sports in the state, announced this is the final season for the open tournament playoff format, with the return of the standard two-thirds of teams from each sport in each season qualifying for the postseason beginning at the start of the 2022-23 school year.

Belfast’s K.J. Payson. Photo by Ken Waltz

The following is a recap of reported results:

Baseball

Oceanside 6, Belfast 4

At Rockland May 27, the Lions took the lead for good in the top of the fifth inning and roared past the Mariners. Belfast scored one run in the first inning, three in the fifth and two in the seventh, while Oceanside plated one in the third and three in the fourth.

Connor Calderwood, Jacob Watkinson and Duncan Oakes-Nelsen worked the bump for the Mariners and allowed seven hits and no walks, with nine strikeouts. Curtis Littlefield went the distance for the Lions and allowed 10 hits and three walks, with two strikeouts.

Alex Bartlett (2 singles, RBI), Calderwood (single, double, RBI), Oakes-Nelsen (2 singles), Dominic Vose (run), Watkinson (RBI), Austin Chilles (run) and Gil Stewart (2 singles, run) led the Oceanside offense, while Belfast was keyed by Keegan McGowan (2 singles, run), Bobby Banks (single, double, run), Littlefield (RBI), Alec Rolfe (run) and Elias Howard (double, single, RBI, run).

The Mariners committed four errors and left nine runners on base, while the Lions made one fielding miscue and stranded five runners.

Camden Hills 4, Messalonskee 3

At Oakland May 27, the Windjammers held off a late Eagles rally and emerged with a one-run win. Camden Hills scored one run in the first inning, two in the third and one in the sixth, while Messalonskee plated three in the seventh.

The Windjammers were led at the dish by Cam Brown (single, run, stolen base), Matt Kremin (double, run), Hunter Norton (single, run, stolen base), Joseph Coffey (single), Owen Berez (single, run), Franklin Coffey (single) and Aaron Stone (single).

For the Eagles, Garrett Card (double), Jacob Thomas (single, stolen base), Braden Mayo (run), Joe Ardito (single, run, stolen base) and Cash Bizier (single, run) paced the offense.

O’Neal and Coffey pitched for Camden Hills and allowed four hits and four walks, with 11 strikeouts. Ryan Wright and Brenden Roderick pitched for Messalonskee and allowed seven hits and three walks, with two strikeouts.

Searsport 16, Dexter 6 (6 inns.)

At Searsport May 26, the bats came to life for the defending state Class D champions in the later innings as they swung past the visiting Tigers. Searsport scored one run in the second inning, six in the third, one in the fourth, two in the fifth and six in the sixth, while Dexter plated one in the first and five in the fourth.

The Vikings were led on offense by Ashton Ellis (hit, run), Sam Cahill (hit, 3 runs, 2 RBIs), Josh Wright (2 hits, run, 3 RBIs), Cole Ellis (hit, run, 2 RBIs), Chase Brassbridge (4 hits, 2 runs, 2 RBIs), Drew Bagley (run), Andrew Donald (hit, 2 runs, 2 RBIs), Nate Ashey (2 hits, 2 RBIs, 3 runs) and Gage Ellis (hit, 2 runs, 2 RBIs).

For the Tigers, Will Spratt (2 hits, run, RBI), Kayden Kimball (2 hits, run), Ben Bourgoin (2 hits, 2 RBIs, run), Nate Schobel (hit, run, RBI), Caden Brown (run), Blaine Gould (run) and Tyler Gould (RBI) paced the offense.

Ethan Doherty and Payson Rinehardt pitched for Dexter and allowed 13 hits and six walks, while Wright allowed seven hits and one walk, with two strikeouts on the hill for SDHS.

Medomak Valley 9, Belfast 1

At Belfast May 25, the Panthers went on the offensive with a three-run first inning and never trailed in an eight-run win over the Lions. Medomak Valley also scored two in the fourth and four in the sixth, while Belfast plated a run in the third.

Medomak Valley’s Blake Morrison. Photo by Ken Waltz

Matt Holbrook, Porter Gahagan and Eli Pluecker pitched for Medomak Valley as the trio allowed two hits and four walks, with 12 strikeouts. K.J. Payson, Ollie Tarbox and Curtis Littlefield pitched for Belfast and scattered 12 hits and three walks, with three strikeouts.

The Panther hit parade was led by Blake Morrison (3 hits, 3 runs), Hayden Staples (hit, run, RBI), Brady Carter (hit, run, 2 RBIs), Matt Holbrook (hit, run), Porter Gahagan (run), Garret Hutchins (hit, 2 RBIs), Isaac Simmons (3 hits, 3 RBIs, run), Tucker Holgerson (hit, RBI) and Jaiden Starr (hit, run).

Medomak Valley’s Isaac Simmons. Photo by Ken Waltz

For the Lions, Curtis Littlefield had two hits and the team’s lone RBI, while Elias Howard scored the host’s lone run.

Oceanside 3, Lincoln Academy 0

At Rockland May 25, the Mariners scored the only three runs in the bottom of the first inning and swung to their sixth win.

Austin Chilles worked six innings on the bump for the Mariners, while Connor Calderwood got the save in an inning of scoreless relief. The duo allowed four hits and no walks, with 13 strikeouts.

Riley Delisle and Nick Prior pitched for the Eagles and allowed 11 hits and one walk, with three strikeouts.

Taygan McAllister (2 singles, run), Calderwood (double, 2 singles, RBI), Duncan Oakes-Nelsen (2 singles), Chilles (double, run), Alex Bartlett (single, RBI) and Jacob Watkinson (single, RBI) paced Oceanside at the plate.

Mount Ararat 11, Camden Hills 4

At Rockport May 25, the Eagles soared to a win over the Windjammers. Camden Hills scored one run in the third inning, two in the fourth and one in the sixth, while Mount Ararat plated one in the first, one in the third, seven in the fourth and two in the sixth.

The Camden Hills offense was keyed by Joah Thompson (single, run), Matt Kremin (run, stolen base), Liam O’Neal (2 singles), Hunter Norton (single), Elijah Stone (single), Lucas Moody (single), Ryan Clifford (single) and Cam Brown (double, single, 2 runs).

For Mount Ararat, Ryan Robertson (3 singles, run), Shea Farrell (single, 3 runs, 2 stolen bases), Landen Chase (single, run), Tyler Berry (2 singles), Ryan Staples (run), Gage Armstrong (run, stolen base), Brady Merrill (single, 2 runs), Andrew Clemons (single, run, stolen base), Chris Brady (single) and Tucker Swanson (single, run) buoyed the offense.

Pierce, Chadwick and Coffey pitched for the Windjammers and allowed 11 hits and eight walks, with seven strikeouts. Mount Ararat pitchers allowed nine hits and five walks, with eight strikeouts.

Searsport 16, Sumner 0 (5 inns.)

At Sullivan May 25, the Vikings benefited from a seven-run second inning and used that momentum to surge past the Tigers. Searsport also plated three in the fourth and six in the fifth.

The Vikings were keyed at the dish by Ashton Ellis (hit, RBI, 2 runs), Sam Cahill (2 hits, 2 RBIs, 3 runs), Josh Wright (2 hits, 4 RBIs, run), Kael Morrill (run), Chase Brassbridge (2 hits, run, RBI), Robert Walker (run), Andrew Donald (hit, run, RBI), Eli Law (run), Kyle Larrabee (2 hits, run), Tim Smith (hit, run, 3 RBIs), Nate Ashey (hit, run) and Gage Ellis (2 hits, 2 RBIs, run).

Nolan Christiansen had the lone hit for the Tigers.

Ashton Ellis, Cole Ellis and Gage Ellis pitched for Searsport as the trio allowed one hit and three walks, with eight strikeouts. Keith Burgess, Ethan Chase and Cole Faulkingham pitched for Sumner and allowed 15 hits and six walks, with six strikeouts.

Mount View 5, Maranacook 4

At Thorndike May 24, the Mustangs plated five runs in the first inning and held off a late Black Bear rally to collect a one-run win. Maranacook also scored once in the first and added three runs in the fifth.

The ‘Stangs were led at the plate by Noah Hurd (hit, run), Hunter Penney (hit, run, RBI), Declan Knowlton (hit, run), Dakota Harriman (2 hits, run, RBI), Anthony Lepore (hit), Cole Ripley (RBI), Levi Winslow (hit, run, RBI), Sam Valleau (hit, RBI) and Bernie Dodge (hit).

For the Black Bears, Tyler Hreben (hit, run, RBI), Nick Florek (hit, RBI), Luke McLaughlin (hit, run), Trent Murray (hit, run) and Travis Lemelin (hit, run, RBI) paced the offense.

Hurd tossed five innings and Draedyn Furrow two for Mount View, as the duo allowed five hits and two walks, with seven strikeouts. Alex Trafton and Florek pitched for Maranacook and allowed nine hits and one walk, with three strikeouts.

Belfast’s Elias Howard. Photo by Ken Waltz

Mount Blue 12, Camden Hills 2 (5 inns.)

At Farmington May 24, the Cougars prowled past the Windjammers and prevailed by mercy rule. Mount Blue scored two runs in the first inning, seven in the third, one in the fourth and two in the fifth, while Camden Hills scored runs in the first and third frames.

Camden Hills was paced at the plate by Matt Kremin (run, stolen base), Hunter Bell (triple, run), Liam O’Neal (single) and Lucas Moody (single), while Mount Blue was led offensively by Hayden Dippner (single, run), Nolan Leso (2 singles, run), Jayden Meader (single, 2 runs, stolen base), Isaac Wrigley (double, 2 runs, stolen base), Evan Downing (single, run), Zack Koban (run), Zach Poisson (2 singles, 2 runs), Brody Walsh (home run) and Hayden Durrell (run).

Bell pitched for the Windjammers and allowed nine hits and five walks. Leso worked the bump for Mount Blue and allowed three hits and three walks, with one strikeout.

Oceanside 11, Winslow 1 (6 inns.)

At Winslow May 23, the Mariners plated a pair of runs in the first inning and never trailed en route to a mercy-rule win over the Black Raiders. Oceanside, which has had a handful of extra-inning games this spring, also scored one in the third, three in the fifth and five in the sixth, while Winslow scored its lone run in the fourth.

Duncan Oakes-Nelsen pitched for the Mariners and allowed three hits and three walks, with five strikeouts. Lucas Boucher, Adrian Poulin and Kevin Loubier pitched for the Black Raiders and allowed 13 hits and six walks, with two strikeouts.

Jacob Watkinson (3 singles, 2 runs), Alex Bartlett (single, double), Oakes-Nelsen (single, double, 3 runs), Gavin Ripley (single, double, 2 RBIs, run), Alex Bartlett (double, run), Kavanaugh Maloney (double, RBI, 2 runs), Connor Calderwood (single, RBI), Taygan McAllister (run) and Austin Chilles (single, RBI, run) led Oceanside at the dish, while Dan Doughty (double) and Evan Bourget (run) led Winslow.

The Mariners committed on error and left 11 runners on base, while the Black Raiders committed three errors and stranded five runners.

The win also was the 100th in the history of Oceanside baseball.

Medomak Valley 10, Lincoln Academy 6 (9 inns.)

At Newcastle May 23, the Panthers plated four runs in the top of the ninth inning and prowled past the host Eagles. Medomak Valley also scored three in the third, one in the fifth and two in the sixth, while LA scored three in the fourth and added single runs in the second, third and sixth innings.

The Panther offense was keyed by Blake Morrison (2 hits, 2 runs, RBI), Hayden Staples (hit, run, RBI), Brady Carter (2 hits, 2 runs), Matt Holbrook (RBI), Isaac Simmons (2 hits, run, RBI), Tucker Holgerson (3 hits, run, RBI), Wyatt Simmons (hit, RBI, 2 runs) and Jaiden Starr (hit, run).

For the Eagles, Riley Delisle (2 hits, 2 RBIs, run), Lucas Houghton (hit, 2 runs), Nick Prior (2 hits), Myles Wotton (hit, RBI), Griffen Bond (RBI), Julian Hupp (hit), Spencer Gamage (hit, run), Tucker Stiles (hit, run, RBI) and Ben Sawyer (hit, run) keyed the offense.

Isaac Simmons, Porter Gahagan and Staples pitched for Medomak Valley and allowed a combined 10 hits and four walks, with 11 strikeouts. Bond and Wotton pitched for the Eagles and allowed 12 hits and seven walks, with five strikeouts.

Bangor 10, Camden Hills 7

At Rockport May 23, the Rams collected a three-run win over the host Windjammers. Bangor scored one runs in the first inning, one in the second, one in the fourth one in the sixth and six in the seventh, while Camden Hills plated four in the first and three in the seventh.

The Windjammers were led offensively by Matt Kremin (run), Hunter Bell (2 singles, 2 runs), Liam O’Neal (2 singles, stolen base), Hunter Norton (double, single, 2 runs), Ben Tohanczyn (single, run, steal), Cam Brown (single, run), Lucas Moody (single) and Owen Berez (single, steal).

For the Rams, Colton Trish (single, 2 runs, stolen base), Keegan Cyr (2 singles, 2 runs, steal), Matt Holmes (double), Ryan Howard (single, run, stolen base), Ben Caron (2 singles, run), Brady Hand (3 singles, 2 runs), Luke Missbrenner (run), Jonah Baude (run) and Matt Clark (single) paced the offense.

Bell and Chadwick pitched for Camden Hills and allowed 11 hits and six walks, with five strikeouts. Clark and Baude pitched for Bangor and allowed 10 hits and three walks, with five strikeouts.

Searsport 7, Bangor Christian 0

At Bangor May 23, the Vikings blanked the host Patriots. Searsport scored single runs in the second, fourth and seventh innings and plated a pair in the fifth and sixth frames.

The Vikings were paced at the dish by Ashton Ellis (hit, run, RBI), Josh Wright (hit, RBI), Cole Ellis (hit, 3 runs), Chase Brassbridge (hit, RBI), Drew Bagley (hit, RBI), Andrew Donald (run), Kyle Larrabee (hit), Nate Ashey (run) and Gage Ellis (2 hits, 2 RBIs, run).

For the Patriots, Jason Libby, Micah Robert, Robbie Giles and Colton White rapped hits.

Wright and Gage Ellis pitched for Searsport and allowed four hits and three walks, with eight strikeouts. Jason Libby, Robert and Ryan Libby pitched for Bangor Christian and allowed eight hits and two walks, with 10 strikeouts.

Mount View 10, Old Orchard Beach 0 (5 inns.)

At Old Orchard May 21, the Mustangs went on the offensive early and often in a double-digit win over the Seagulls. Mount View scored one in the first, six in the second and three in the third.

The ‘Stangs were led on offense by Noah Hurd (2 hits, 2 runs, 3 RBIs), Draedyn Furrow (2 hits, 2 RBIs, run), Hunter Penney (2 hits, 3 RBIs), Declan Knowlton (hit, RBI), D Harriman (run), Cole Ripley (2 hits, run), Cal Jewett (2 hits, 2 runs), Sam Valleau (run, RBI) and Bernie Dodge (hit, 2 runs).

For the ‘Gulls, with first names unavailable, G. Sperlich (hit), D. Webber (hit) and I. Lachance (hit) had hits.

Knowlton, Furrow and Hurd pitched for Mount View and allowed three hits and one walk, with five strikeouts. Sperlich and Webber combined to allow 12 hits and two walks, with one strikeout.

Softball

Messalonskee 11, Camden Hills 0 (5 inns.)

At Oakland May 27, the Windjammers mustered only one hit against the Eagles as the hosts soared to a mercy rule-shortened win. Messalonskee scored six in the first and five in the fourth.

Olivia Brown had the lone hit for Camden Hills, while Messalonskee was keyed at the dish by Elise McDonald (2 singles, 2 runs, stolen base), Isabel Culver (run, 2 stolen bases), Morgan Wills (2 singles, 2 runs, stolen bases), Jordan Lampert (double, run, stolen base), Maddi Wilson (2 doubles, 2 runs, 2 stolen bases), Payton Alexander (2 runs, 2 stolen bases), Kyra Cummings (2 singles, run) and Audrey Mihm (2 singles, stolen base).

Sierra Laukka pitched for the Windjammers and allowed 11 hits and two walks, with two strikeouts. Wills pitched for the Eagles and allowed one hit and no walks, with 10 strikeouts.

Belfast 10, Oceanside 4

At Rockland May 27, the Lions got the better of the host Mariners and roared to a six-run victory. Belfast plated one in the first inning, eight in the fourth and one in the fifth, while Oceanside scored two in the first, one in the third and one in the sixth.

The Lions were led on offense by Kara Richards (hit, 2 runs), Hayle Withee (2 hits, run), Danica Gray (2 runs), Halle Tripp (2 hits, run), Chloe Staples (run), Gabrielle Hoffman (hit, 2 runs) and Brynne Sawyer (run).

For the Mariners, Maddie Ripley (hit), Grace Pratt (run), Jordan Hoose (2 runs) and Ava Philbrook (hit, run) paced the offense.

Lexi Hopkins pitched for Belfast and allowed two hits and one walk, with one strikeout. Pratt and Ripley pitched for Oceanside and combined to allow six hits and eight walks, with five strikeouts.

Searsport 4, Dexter 2

At Searsport May 26, the Vikings doubled up the visiting Tigers. Searsport scored all four of its runs in the fourth, while Dexter scored its runs in the sixth.

The Vikings were led at the plate by Ana Lang (single, run), Jordan Greeley (triple, single), Abby Astbury (run), Lily Nadeau (single, run, stolen base) and Kyla Perkins (2 singles, run, steal).

For the Tigers, Jozlynn Paige (single, run, 3 stolen bases), Hannah Deans (run, stolen base) and Lily Bagley (triple, 2 stolen bases) paced the offense.

Lang pitched for Searsport and allowed two hits and one walk, with 16 strikeouts. Deans pitched for Dexter and allowed six hits and four walks, with 11 strikeouts.

Medomak Valley 9, Belfast 4

At Belfast May 25, the Panthers scored at least one run in each frame and earned a win over the Lions. Medomak Valley plated two runs in the third and single runs in the first, second, fourth, fifth, sixth and seventh innings, while Belfast scored three in the third and one in the sixth.

Belfast’s Lexi Hopkins. Photo by Ken Waltz

The Panther offense was keyed by Grace White (double, single, run, RBI, stolen base), Haley Puchalski (home run, single, 2 runs, 2 RBIs), Kaylee Kurr (run, steal), Aly Creamer (double, run, steal, RBI), Addison McCormick (triple, RBI, 2 steals), Eliza Spear (triple, 2 runs, 2 steals), Sara Nelson (run) and Madi Boynton (run, RBI).

For the Lions, Kara Richards (single, run, RBI), Hayle Withee (single), Lexi Hopkins (3 singles, RBI), Danica Gray (single), Natalie Hamlin (double, run), Chloe Staples (run) and Gabrielle Hoffman (run) keyed the offense.

Medomak Valley’s Grace White. Photo by Ken Waltz

Hopkins pitched for Belfast and allowed seven hits and five walks, with five strikeouts. McCormick pitched for Medomak Valley and allowed seven hits and three walks, with five strikeouts.

Camden Hills 4, Mount Ararat 3

At Rockport May 25, the Windjammers plated a pair of runs in the bottom of the seventh inning and walked off on the Eagles. Camden Hills also scored single runs in the fifth and sixth innings, while Mount Ararat scored two in the third and one in the fourth.

The Windjammers were led at the dish by Alyssa Bland (double, 2 singles, 2 runs, 2 stolen bases), Olivia Brown (double, run), Kyra Anderson (single), Sierra Laukka (2 singles), Lily Enggass (single, 2 steals) and Brenna Mackey (single, run, steal).

For the Eagles, Lexi Dupre (run), Kennedy Lampert (single, run, stolen base) and Lily Stewart (single, run, steal) paced the offense.

Mount Ararat, front, and Camden Hills seniors before the May 25 game. Photo courtesy of Rowena Motylewski

Laukka worked four innings in the circle for Camden Hills and allowed two hits and one walk, with four strikeouts, while Lillia Stone went the final three frames and allowed no hits and one walk, with three strikeouts.

Megan Reed pitched for Mount Ararat and allowed nine hits and one walk, with eight strikeouts.

In the seventh, Bland roped a one-out single and Brown doubled to put two runners in scoring position. That set the table for Laukka, who connected on a two-out, two-run single to win the game for the Windjammers.

Sumner 2, Searsport 1 (8 inns.)

At Sullivan May 25, the Tigers walked off on the defending state Class D champs with a one-run victory in an extra inning. Searsport scored in the sixth, while Sumner scored in the sixth and seventh innings.

Ana Lang (single, run) and Jordan Greeley (single) rapped hits for Searsport, while Sumner was led at the plate by Rachel Colby (2 singles, run), Bri Flaherty (single), Jenna Colby (2 singles), Caroline Tracey (single), Taya Worcester (single) and Riley Crowley (run).

Tracey pitched for the Tigers and allowed two hits and four walks, with 16 strikeouts. Lang pitched for the Vikings and scattered seven hits and no walks, with 12 strikeouts.

The score was tied 1-1 in the bottom of the eighth inning when Worcester singled and was pinch run for by Crowley, who was then singled in by Rachel Colby’s game-winning hit.

Medomak Valley’s Adi McCormick. Photo by Ken Waltz

Lincoln Academy 8, Oceanside 3

At Rockland May 25, the Eagles soared past the host Mariners. Oceanside scored thrice in the sixth, while Lincoln Academy scored four in the first, one in the second and three in the fourth.

The Mariners were led on offense by Maddie Ripley (single, run, 2 stolen bases), Jordan Hoose (single, run, steal), Ava Philbrook (2 singles, run) and Maggie Callahan (double).

For the Eagles, Katarina Johnson (run), Payson Kaler (double, 2 runs, stolen base), Natalie Kaler (run, 4 steals), Grace Houghton (single, run, 5 steals), Nicole Hammond (2 singles, run, 4 steals), Paige Lafrenaye (run, steal) and Mia Northrup (run) paced the offense.

Ripley pitched for Oceanside and allowed four hits and nine walks, with two strikeouts. Houghton pitched for Lincoln Academy and allowed five hits and one walk, with seven strikeouts.

Belfast’s Natalie Hamlin. Photo by Ken Waltz

Camden Hills 5, Mount Blue 0

At Farmington May 24, the Windjammers swung past the host Cougars. Camden Hills plated one run in the second stanza, two in the third, one in the sixth and one in the seventh.

The Windjammers were led at the plate by Alyssa Bland (triple), Kyra Anderson (single, run), Ava Dube (single, run, stolen base), Olivia Ogier (double, run), Lillia Stone (single, run, 2 steals), Kennedy Peterson (single, steal) and Brenna Mackey (2 singles, run, 2 steals).

For the Cougars, Lexi Belanger (single) and K.K. Daggett (single, stolen base) paced the offense.

Olivia Brown and Stone pitched for Camden Hills and allowed two hits and one walk, with five strikeouts. Alyssa Simoneau pitched for Mount Blue and allowed eight hits and six walks, with three strikeouts.

Searsport 27, Bangor Christian 15

At Searsport May 23, the Vikings slugged past the Patriots in a game that saw a combined 42 runs by the squads. Searsport plated seven in the first, one in the second, four in the third, five in the fourth, two in the fifth, one in the sixth and six in the seventh, while Bangor Christian tallied two in the first, five in the second, two in the third, one in the fourth, two in the fifth and two in the seventh.

The Vikings were led at the dish by Ana Lang, who hit for the cycle (home run, triple, double, single), scored four runs and stole three bases, while Jordan Greeley (triple, double, single, 4 runs, 4 stolen bases), Ellie Cahill (4 runs, 4 steals), Kyla Perkins (single, 3 runs, 2 steals), Hunter Kronholm (single, 2 runs, 2 steals), Baileigh Bagley (2 singles, 3 runs, steal), Abby Astbury (3 singles, 2 runs), Lily Nadeau (single, 2 runs, 3 steals), Laura Warman (single, run) and MyKenzie Tripp (2 runs).

For the Patriots, Abby Brown (single, 3 runs), Natasha Alyokhin (2 singles, 3 runs, stolen base), Veronica Mercier (double, 4 singles, 4 runs, 3 steals), Eliza Mason (single), Kayla Parker (double, single, 2 runs, 2 steals), Leah Cravin (single, run, steal), Abby Townsend (single, run, steal) and Taylor Townsend (run, steal) paced the offense.

Nadeau pitched for Searsport and allowed 13 hits and four walks, with 13 strikeouts. Eliza Mason and Abby Brown pitched for Bangor Christian and allowed 16 hits and 15 walks, with seven strikeouts.

Medomak Valley 4, Lincoln Academy 0

At Newcastle May 23, the Panthers plated its runs in the third inning, which was more the enough to swing past the Eagles.

Madi Boynton tossed a one-hit shutout for Medomak Valley as she yielded one walk, with seven strikeouts. P. Kaler pitched for LA and allowed five hits and two walks, with 13 strikeouts.

Haley Puchalski (triple, double, 2 runs, RBI), Olivia Pelkey (run), Eliza Spear (double, run, 3 RBIs), Grace White (double) and Kaylee Kurr (single, run, stolen base) led the Panther offense, while Natalie Hammond singled for the lone hit for the Eagles.

Bangor 5, Camden Hills 3

At Rockport May 23, the Rams emerged with a two-run win over the host Windjammers. Camden Hills scored one run in the third inning and two in the fourth, while Bangor tallied four in the second and one in the fifth.

Camden Hills’ offense was led by Alyssa Bland (single), Olivia Brown (single), Kyra Anderson (single, stolen base), Sierra Laukka (run, steal), Lily Enggass (2 doubles, run) and Ava Dube (run, stolen base).

For the Rams, Emmie Streams (home run, single, steal), Ashley Schultz (run, steal), Lane Barron (single, run), Gabby Goding (double, single, steal, run) and Cassidy Richardson (single, run) paced the offense.

Laukka pitched for the Windjammers and allowed six hits and one walk, with one strikeout. Barron pitched for Bangor and allowed five hits and three walks, with seven strikeouts.

Winslow 14, Oceanside 9 (5 inns.)

At Winslow May 23, the Black Raiders swung past the Mariners and prevailed by five runs. Oceanside scored five in the first, two in the third and two in the fourth, while Winslow scored two in the first, five in the second and seven in the fourth.

Maddie Ripley (triple, single, run), Jordan Hoose (hit, 2 runs), Ava Philbrook (2 hits, 3 runs, stolen base), Aubri Hoose (triple, single, 2 runs, stolen base), Jillian Barnard (single, run, RBI), Chloe Drinkwater (double, single) and Lexi Knowlton (triple) led Oceanside at the plate, while Winslow’s offense was paced by Harly Pomerleau (2 hits), Nevaeh Duplissie (hit) and Lacey Sillanpaa (hit).

Maddie Ripley and Aubri Hoose pitched for the Mariners and allowed four hits and 14 walks, with five strikeouts. Emma Michaud pitched for the Black Raiders and allowed 11 hits and one walk, with three strikeouts.

Winslow 9, Oceanside 7 (5 inns.)

At Winslow May 23, the Black Raiders made it a clean sweep on the day with a two-run win over the Mariners. Oceanside scored three in the first and fifth innings and one in the third, while Winslow scored two in the second, five in the third and two in the fourth.

Kylee Johnson pitched for Oceanside and allowed four hits and eight walks, with three strikeouts. Leah Knight pitched for Winslow and allowed 12 hits and no walks, with three strikeouts.

The Mariner offense was keyed by Maddie Ripley (single), Grace Pratt (home run, single), Jordan Hoose (2 doubles, single, 3 runs, stolen base), Ava Philbrook (2 doubles, single, 2 runs), Aubri Hoose (double, single, stolen base) and Chloe Drinkwater (single).

For the Black Raiders, Leah Knight (home run), Neveah Duplissie (single), Lacey Sillanpaa (single) and Amber Phillips (single) paced the offense.

Mount View 4, Old Orchard Beach 1 (5 inns.)

At Old Orchard May 21, the Mustangs emerged with a three-run win over the Seagulls. Mount View plated three runs in the first frame and one in the second, while OOB scored its run in the third.

The ‘Stangs were led at the dish by Alexa Coffin (single), Maddie Roux (run), Hannah Coolen (single, run), Kayleigh Dunton (home run), Brooke Dyer (run) and Payton Munro (single).

For the ‘Gulls, Tessa Furguson (single), Ganelle Furguson (2 singles), Emily Tucker (2 singles) and Sarah Inkpen (run) paced the offense.

Summer St. Louis pitched for OOB and allowed four hits and four walks, with three strikeouts. Coffin pitched for Mount View and allowed five hits and three walks, with four strikeouts.

Mount View 6, Old Orchard Beach 2 (5 inns.)

At Old Orchard May 21, the Mustangs made it a sweep on the day with their second win over the Seagulls. Mount View scored one run in the first inning, one in the third and four in the fourth, while OOB plated both its runs in the first.

Mount View was led by Alexa Coffin (double, single, 2 runs), Maddie Roux (single, run), Hannah Coolen (3 hits), Kayleigh Dunton (double, single), Bailey Cartier (single), Madeline Holmes (single), Brooke Dyer (run) and Belle Holt (run).

For OOB, Tessa Furguson (single), Ganelle Furguson (2 singles, run) and Summer St. Louis (triple, run) paced the offense.

St. Louis pitched for the Seagulls and allowed 10 hits and four walks, with four strikeouts. Coffin pitched for Mount View and allowed four hits and one walk, with five strikeouts.

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