Dozens of Busline League middle school baseball and softball games have been played geographically from Searsport to Wiscasset this spring as Midcoast teams have tested their mettle at the plate, in the field and on the bases.

In the league, there are 12 teams that span two divisions in softball and 16 squads that span two divisions in baseball.

The regular season concluded Thursday, May 26, with the postseason to start on Tuesday, May 31.

Scene from Busline League middle school baseball and softball play this spring. Photo by Holly Vanorse Spicer

Searsport, Troy Howard of Belfast, Medomak of Waldoboro, Camden-Rockport, Hope-Appleton-Lincolnville, Oceanside of Thomaston and St. George comprise North baseball; Bristol, Great Salt Bay of Damariscotta, Nobleboro/Jefferson, Troy Howard of Belfast, Medomak of Waldoboro, Wiscasset, Camden-Rockport, Boothbay and Oceanside South baseball; Searsport, Troy Howard, Medomak, Camden-Rockport, Hope-Appleton-Lincolnville and Oceanside North softball; and Bristol, Great Salt Bay, Nobleboro/Jefferson, Troy Howard, Medomak and Wiscasset South softball.

Some schools have large programs and, thus, are separated into two teams — often by grade — and have a team in each division.

After COVID-19 wiped out the 2020 season, the league resumed play in 2021 with a shortened regular season without a postseason.

Thus, this will be the first time since 2019 a Busline League baseball or softball champion is expected to be crowned.

Scene from Busline League middle school baseball and softball play this spring. Photo by Holly Vanorse Spicer

In 2019, Oceanside softball and Medomak baseball collected league championships.

The final regular season standings for the four divisions, with playoff matchups listed (dates/times to be added when available) include:

North softball — Medomak 8-1, Troy Howard 7-1, Hope-Appleton-Lincolnville 6-3, Oceanside 3-7, Camden-Rockport 3-7 and Searsport 0-8. Medomak and Troy Howard receive byes.

In the first round, No. 6 Searsport will play at No. 3 Hope-Appleton-Lincolnville Wednesday, June 1 at 3:45 p.m. (at Hope Elementary School), while No. 4 Oceanside will play at No. 5 Camden-Rockport Tuesday, May 31 at 3 p.m.

North baseball — Hope-Appleton-Lincolnville 10-0, Troy Howard 7-2, Medomak 6-3, Camden-Rockport 6-5, Oceanside 4-8, St. George 0-7 and Searsport 0-8. Hope-Appleton-Lincolnville receives a bye.

In the first round, No. 7 Searsport will play at No. 2 Troy Howard Tuesday, May 31 at 3:45 p.m., No. 6 St. George will play at No. 3 Medomak on Wednesday, June 1, 3:45 p.m. and No. 5 Oceanside will play at No. 4 Camden-Rockport Tuesday, May 31 at 3 p.m.

South softball — Medomak 8-0, Troy Howard 4-1, Great Salt Bay 6-2, Nobleboro/Jefferson 4-4 and Bristol 2-8. Medomak, Troy Howard and GSB receive byes.

In the first round, No. 5 Bristol will play at No. 1 Nobleboro/Jefferson on Tuesday, May 31 at 3:45 p.m.

South baseball — Bristol 9-1, Troy Howard 6-1, Medomak 6-3, Oceanside 6-3, Boothbay 5-4, Nobleboro/Jefferson 4-5, Camden-Rockport 2-7 and Great Salt Bay 1-6.

In the first round, No. 8 GSB will play at No. 1 Bristol on Tuesday, May 31 at 3:45 p.m., No. 7 Camden-Rockport will play at No. 2 Troy Howard Wednesday, June 1 at 3:45 p.m., No. 6 Nobleboro/Jefferson will play at No. 3 Medomak on Tuesday, May 31, 3:45 p.m. and No. 5 Boothbay will play at No. 4 Oceanside on Tuesday, May 31, 3:45 p.m.

Coaches can report results to Courier Publications/VillageSoup by emailing game information or by sending photos, taken with a smartphone, of the home and away books, to sports@villagesoup.com. Submitted results listed below do not always included statistical information for both teams.  

The following is a recap of reported results:

Softball

Troy Howard 14, Medomak 8th 13

At Belfast May 26, the Lions roared to a one-run win over the Riverhawks in a high-scoring affair.

Claudia Feeley, Haylee Chandler and Kendall Simmons all pitched for Medomak and combined to walk seven and strike out 16 batters.

The Riverhawks were led at the plate by Peyton Eaton (single), Kendall Simmons (2 singles, double), Arianna Sproul (2 singles), Claudia Feeley (single), Haylee Chandler (single), Cassidy Prock (2 singles), Alyssa Smith (single, double)Ainsley Frothingham (single), Kehli Maxcy (single) and Chloe Fox (single).

Troy Howard 9, Medomak 8th 3

At Belfast May 26, the Lions tripled up the Riverhawks and concluded the regular season with a victory. Troy Howard scored one in the first, three in the fourth, three in the fifth and two in the sixth, while Medomak plated two in the fifth and one in the seventh.

Aidyn Herring and Ashton Francis pitched for Medomak and allowed nine hits and seven walks, with six strikeouts.

Josh Blake (run), Owen Dostie (single, run), Josh Stone (single), Francis (single) and Wyatt Simmons (run) led the Riverhawks at the plate. Additional information was unavailable.

Medomak 7th 20, Bristol 7

At Waldoboro May 26, the Riverhawks soared past the Blue Devils and collected a win to end the regular season.

The Riverhawks were led at the plate by Grace Townsend (double), Sidney Nicholls (double), Ivy McCollett (2 singles), Corrie Simmons (single), Paige Gerlack (2 singles), Arie Kennard (3 singles), Grace Havener (2 singles), Lilly Hills (single) and Alyse Court (single).

Nicholls, McCollett and Jennika Schumann all pitched for Medomak and struck out a combined nine batters, while Natalie Crooker and Ava Lee pitched for Bristol.

Medomak 8th 19, Hope-Appleton-Lincolnville 12

At Lincolnville May 24, the Riverhawks soared past HAL to a seven-run win.

MMS coach Stacey Eaton said: “Each team member contributed to a run [and] some hits were made to the outfield by Alyssa Smith, Kendall Simmons and Cassidy Prock.”

Claudia Feeley, Kendall Simmons, Haylee Chandler and Arianna Sproul pitched for Medomak and combined for 11 walks, with 16 strikeouts.

Medomak trailed 10-8 in the seventh inning before plating 11 runs to surge into the lead and, ultimately, collect the late-season road victory.

Scene from Busline League middle school baseball and softball play this spring. Photo by Holly Vanorse Spicer

Medomak 8th 14, Oceanside 11 (8 inns.)

At Thomaston May 21, the Riverhawks bested the Mariners by a three-run margin. Medomak scored four in the first, six in the fifth, one in the sixth and three in the eighth.

Arianna Sproul and Claudia Feeley pitched for Medomak and combined to allow five walks to go along with 12 strikeouts.

The Riverhawks were led at the plate by Peyton Eaton (single), Kendall Simmons (2 singles), Arianna Sproul), Claudia Feeley (4 singles, triple), Haylee Chandler (2 singles), Cassidy Prock (3 singles), Alyssa Smith (2 singles), Chloe Fox (single) and Kehli Maxcy (single).

Scene from Busline League middle school baseball and softball play this spring. Photo by Holly Vanorse Spicer

Medomak 7th 19, Nobleboro 14

At Waldoboro May 21, the Riverhawks swung past the Lions and prevailed by seven runs. Medomak scored two in the first, five in the second, six in the third, one in the fifth and five in the sixth, while Nobleboro scored three in the first, three in the third, one in the fourth, one in the fifth, one in the sixth and five in the seventh.

Sidney Nicholls and Ivy McCollett pitched for Medomak and struck out a combined 17 batters, while Ayesha Giberson and Michaela Dean struck out five in the pitching circle for Nobleboro.

The Riverhawks were paced at the dish by Grace Townsend (2 singles), Jennika Schumann (single), Rachel Barbour (single), Aleah Shay (single) and Paige Gerlack (2 singles).

For the Lions, Rowan Coffin (single), Mackenzie Wilcox (double, single) and Claire Ward (single) keyed the offense.

Scene from Busline League middle school baseball and softball play this spring. Photo by Holly Vanorse Spicer

Medomak 7th 13, Troy Howard 6

At Waldoboro May 21, the Riverhawks won their second game of the day, this time against the Lions. Medomak scored three in the first, five in the second and five in the fourth, while Troy Howard scored four in the third and two in the fifth.

The hosts were led on offense by Rachel Barbour (single), Grace Havener (double), Paige Gerlack (single) and Jennika Schumann (single), while the visitors were paced by Morgan Bennett (single) and Jaedyn Brady (single).

Sidney Nicholls pitched for the ‘Hawks and struck out 12 batters, while Emma Tripp fanned 15 for the Lions.

Scene from Busline League middle school baseball and softball play this spring. Photo by Holly Vanorse Spicer

Medomak 8th 16, Oceanside 4

At Waldoboro May 11, the Riverhawks soared to a convincing win over the Mariners.

Kendall Simmons and Claudia Feeley pitched for Medomak and combined to allow nine hits and four walks, with nine strikeouts.

The Riverhawk offense was led by Peyton Eaton (3 singles), Kendall Simmons (2 triples, single), Arianna Sproul (2 doubles, single), Claudia Feeley (3 singles), Haylee Chandler (2 singles), Cassidy Prock (double), Alyssa Smith (3 singles), Ainsley Frothingham (single) and Chloe Fox (4 singles).

Medomak 8th 21, Searsport 4

At Waldoboro May 10, the hosts used a combination of hitting and timely base running to swing past the visitors.

Arianna Sproul and Haylee Chandler pitched for Medomak and allowed five walks to go along with 13 strikeouts.

The Riverhawk offense was paced by Chloe Fox (double), Alyssa Smith (double, single), Cassidy Pock (2 singles), Haylee Chandler (double), Claudia Feeley (2 singles), Arianna Sprout (double, 2 singles), Kendall Simmons (single) and Peyton Eaton (4 singles).

Scene from Busline League middle school baseball and softball play this spring. Photo by Holly Vanorse Spicer

Medomak 7th 11, Bristol 3

At Bristol May 10, the Riverhawks soared past the Blue Devils.

Jennika Schumann and Sidney Nicholls combined to strike out a whopping 20 batters to go against eight walks for the Riverhawks.

The offense for the visitors was led by Grace Townsend (triple, single, 3 RBIs), Rachel Barbour (triple, RBI), Schumann (triple, 2 singles, RBI), Ivy McCollett (single), Ariel Castner (single) and Nicholls (single).

Medomak 7th 9, Great Salt Bay 7

At Damariscotta May 5, the Riverhawks emerged victorious over the Cougars.

Sidney Nicholls pitched for Medomak and allowed six hits, four walks and two hit batters, with 14 strikeouts. Olivia Ball pitched for GSB and allowed four hits, 12 walks and one hit batter, with 12 strikeouts.

The Riverhawk offense was led by Nicholls (single), Rachel Barbour (2 singles) and Paige Gerlack (single).

For the Cougars, Lily Pinkham (single), Bailey Brewer (2 singles), Maggie Thompson (single), Ball (double, 3 RBIs), and Amelia Starbird (single) paced the offense.

Scene from Busline League middle school baseball and softball play this spring. Photo by Holly Vanorse Spicer

Medomak 8th 10, Camden-Rockport 8

At Waldoboro May 5, the Riverhawks rose to the occasion and edged the visiting Schooners.

Caludia Feeley and Kendall Simmons combined to walk 10 and strike out 10 batters in the win for Medomak.

The Riverhawk offense was led by Peyton Eaton (single), Arianna Sprout (single), Claudia Feeley (triple, single), Haylee Chandler (single) and Chloe Fox (2 singles).

Medomak 8th 9, Hope-Appleton-Lincolnville 6

At Waldoboro May 3, the Riverhawks soared past HAL and to a three-run victory.

Claudie Feeney walked four and struck out 11, while Kendall Simmons walked four and struck out for in the pitching circle for Medomak.

The Riverhawk offense was led by Peyton Eaton (single), Kendall Simmons (single), Arianna Sproul (single), Feeney (triple, single) and Haylee Chandler (single).

“Medomak had a well-played game with aggressive baserunning to bring in three runs by Claudia, two by Haylee, two by Chloe and singles by Arianna and Peyton,” said Medomak coach Stacey Eaton. “We had a few hits off HAL pitcher, Thea Laukka, and brought home a win for Medomak.”

Scene from Busline League middle school baseball and softball play this spring. Photo by Holly Vanorse Spicer

Medomak 7th 10, Nobleboro/Jefferson 0 (5 inns.)

At Nobleboro April 26, the Riverhawks got around the bases in a significant way as they swung to a shutout victory in their season-opening contest.

“It started out sunny and nice for a spring softball game, but the weather went slowly down hill, but the game did not, as for Medomak it got hotter and hotter,” said Medomak coach Andrea Williamson.

Sidney Nicholls fired a no-hitter in the pitching circle for Medomak as she walked four, hit four batters and struck out 13.

The Riverhawk hit parade was led by Arie Kennard (single), Rachel Barbour (2 singles), Jennika Schumann (single), Grace Havener (single), Grace Townsend (single) and Paige Gerlack (single).

Scene from Busline League middle school baseball and softball play this spring. Photo by Holly Vanorse Spicer

Medomak 7th beats Wiscasset

At Wiscasset May 2, the Riverhawk offense clicked on all cylinders and soared past the hosts in lopsided fashion.

Medomak was led by Grace Townsend (home run, single), Sidney Nicholls (3 singles, 2 doubles), Rachel Barbour (triple, double, 2 singles), Grace Havener (3 singles), Jennika Schumann (triple, 2 doubles, 2 singles), Lilly Hills (2 singles, double), Arie Kennard (3 singles), Paige Gerlack (single, double), Ivy McCollett (2 singles), Alyse Court (single), Ariel Castern (single), Aleah Shary (single), Corrie Simmons (single), Molly Emerson (single) and Ivy Lee (single).

Nicholls pitched for Medomak and allowed one hit and five walks, with eight strikeouts.

Baseball

Medomak 7th 13, Boothbay 3 (4 inns.)

At Boothbay May 25, the Riverhawks prevailed via mercy rule over the Wildcats.

Jacoby Severson went the distance on the mound for Medomak.

The Riverhawk offense was paced by Nolan Wellman (single, 2 runs), Severson (run), Lanny Morrison (2 doubles, 2 runs), Liam Feeley (double, 2 runs), Nick Bowman (single, 2 runs), Jacoby Miller (run), Kollin Donlin (2 singles, 2 runs) and Zac Curtis. For the Wildcats (first names unavailable), Tibbets (double, single, 2 runs), Cota (single), Rojas (single), Luke (single) and Anderson (run) paced the offense.

Medomak 8th 11, Hope-Appleton-Lincolnville 5

At Lincolnville May 24, the Riverhawks scored six runs in the sixth inning to break a 5-5 tie and, ultimately, soar past the hosts. Medomak also scored two in the first, two in the second and one in the fourth, while HAL scored two in the first, two in the third and one in the fourth.

Josh Blake and Owen Dostie combined to allow four hits and 10 walks, with 10 strikeouts.

The Riverhawk hit parade was led by Blake (2 runs), Aidyn Herring (2 singles), Wyatt Simmons (2 runs), Tucker Brown (single), Josh Stone (single), Dostie (single), Ashton Francis (single, double), DIma Cheesman (single) and Konner Scofield (run).

Scene from Busline League middle school baseball and softball play this spring. Photo by Holly Vanorse Spicer

Medomak 8th 22, Oceanside 13

At Thomaston May 21, the Riverhawks went on the road and, ultimately, shipwrecked the host Mariners. Oceanside scored eight in the first and five more in the second, while Medomak scored four in the first, one in the second, one in the fourth, seven in the fifth and eight in the sixth.

Dima Cheesman, Aidyn Herring, Wyatt Simmons and Josh Blake pitched for Medomak and struck out a combined 12 batters.

The Riverhawks were led at the plate by Blake (double, single, 3 runs), Aidyn Herring (2 singles, triple, 3 runs), Wyatt Simmons (single, 4 runs), Tucker Brown (2 singles, 2 runs), Josh Stone (2 runs), Konner Scofield (single, 3 runs), L.J. Houlb (single, 2 runs), Ashton Francis (single, 2 runs) and Austin Wilshire (run).

Scene from Busline League middle school baseball and softball play this spring. Photo by Holly Vanorse Spicer

Medomak 7th 16, Oceanside 5

At Waldoboro May 21, the Riverhawks swung past the visiting Mariners.

Nolan Wellman, Wyatt Hood and Zac Curtis pitched for Medomak, while Hunter Hamilton was among the pitchers for Oceanside.

Lanny Morrison (2 hits, run), Wellman (2 runs), Jacoby Severson (3 runs), Liam Feeley (2 doubles, 2 runs), Hood (2 hits, 2 runs), Keith Miller (2 runs), Jacoby Miller (hit, run), Gavin Ambridge (hit, run), Gavin Ambridge (run) and Nick Bowman (hit, 2 runs) led the Riverhawks at the plate.

The Mariners were keyed by Alonzo Hoose (hit, run), Braeden Toothaker (2 hits, 2 runs), Grady Geretz (2 hits, 2 runs), Hunter Hamilton (hit, run) and Roro Roberts (hit).

Scene from Busline League middle school baseball and softball play this spring. Photo by Holly Vanorse Spicer

Troy Howard 15, Medomak 7th 2 (5 inns.)

At Waldoboro May 21, the Riverhawks dropped the second game of the day’s doubleheader against the Lions. Medomak plated runs in the third and fourth innings, while Troy Howard scored one in the second, two in the third, one in the fourth and 11 in the fifth.

Lanny Morrison, Liam Feeley and Jacoby Miller pitched for Medomak, while Hayden Brimer and Tucker Marden pitched for Troy Howard.

The Riverhhawks were led at the plate by Nolan Wellman (2 hits), Jacoby Severson (run), Morrison (hit), Keith Miller (double) and Avery Kunesh-Lowe (run).

For the Lions, Cole Gerrish (2 runs), Dom Simpson (hit, 2 runs), Sebastian Sprague (run), Aiden Howard (hit, 2 runs), Hayden Brimer (hit, 2 runs), Brody Balicki (2 hits, run), Ethan Newton (run), Adam Taylor (run), Garak Brimer (hit, run), Tucker Marden (hit, run) and Connor Faulkingham (run) were keys.

Scene from Busline League middle school baseball and softball play this spring. Photo by Holly Vanorse Spicer

Medomak 7th 18, Great Salt Bay 5 (6 inns.)

At Waldoboro May 17, the Riverhawks emerged victorious over the Cougars. Medomak scored two in the first, two in the second, one in the third, seven in the fourth, three in the fifth and three in the sixth, while Great Salt Bay plated one in the first, one in the second, two in the fifth and one in the sixth.

Liam Feeley and Wyatt Hodd worked the bump for Medomak, while Donaghy and Dinsmore pitched for GSB.

The Riverhawks were led at the plate by Nolan Wellman (2 hits, 3 runs), Jacoby Severson (hit, 2 runs), Lanny Morrison (2 doubles, 3 runs), Liam Feeley (hit, 2 runs), Keith Miller (double), Wyatt Hood (hit, run), Avery Kunesh-Lowe (hit, 2 runs), Liam Ruffner (hit, 2 runs), Gavin Ambridge (hit, 2 runs) and Zac Curtis (run).

For the Cougars, Griffin Beavis (run), Shawn Sliger (double), Tyler Dinsmore (hit, run), Caleb Busby (run), Alden Reinhardt (double), Atticus Donaghy (run) and Tyler Thompson (hit) paced the offense.

Scene from Busline League middle school baseball and softball play this spring. Photo by Holly Vanorse Spicer

Medomak 8th 13, Oceanside 1

At Waldoboro May 12, the Riverhawks had no problem with the visiting Mariners and prevailed by mercy rule. Medomak scored one in the first, two in the second, six in the third, one in the fourth and three in the fifth, while Oceanside’s run came in the second.

Josh Blake pitched for Medomak and tossed a no-hitter as he walked four and struck out 11.

The Riverhawk hit parade was led by Blake (2 doubles, single), Owen Dostie (single), Wyatt Simmons (2 runs), Tucker Brown (run), Josh Stone (run), Aidyn Herring (2 singles, 2 runs), Ashton Francis (double), Konner Schofield (run), Dima Cheesman (2 runs), Austin Wilshire (single, run), L.J. Houlb (run), Gage Austin (2 singles, run) and Griffin Holgerson (run).

Scene from Busline League middle school baseball and softball play this spring. Photo by Holly Vanorse Spicer

Hope-Appleton-Lincolnville 13, Camden-Rockport 6

At Camden May 11, the visitors swung to a seven-run win over the Schooners. HAL scored two in the first, five in the second, two in the fourth, two in the fifth and one in the seventh, while Camden-Rockport scored four in the third and two in the sixth.

The Schooner offense was led by Wyatt Butcher (single, 2 runs), Sasha Borodaenko (single, run), Kai Young (hit, run), Brian Leonard (2 singles, run), Walter Field (single, run) and Henry Pixley (single).

For HAL, Mickey Nowell (2 singles, 2 runs), Landon Hotchkin (2 singles, run), Tucker Whitley (2 runs), Thomas Leadbetter (run), Gavin Campbell (double, 2 runs), Alec Brown (run), Ian Hammond (single, 2 runs), Zach Egeland (run) and Thomas Pickford (single, run) led the offense.

Young, Leonard and Borodaenko pitched for Camden-Rockport and struck out a combined five batters.

Camden-Rockport 15, Troy Howard 7

At Camden May 9, the Schooners saw smooth sailing as they navigated past the Lions. Camden-Rockport scored seven in the second, four in the third, one in the fourth and three in the fifth, while Troy Howard scored one in the second, two in the fourth, three in the fifth and one in the sixth.

Will Laidlaw (2 runs), Sasha Borodaenko (run), Walter Field (run), Kai Young (single, 2 runs), Brennan Wright (2 doubles, 2 runs), Garrett Hall (2 runs), Wesley Mayhorn (3 runs) and Wyatt Butcher (2 runs) led Camden-Rockport at the plate.

Hall, Butcher and Field pitched for the hosts and struck out a combined six batters.

Scene from Busline League middle school baseball and softball play this spring. Photo by Holly Vanorse Spicer

Medomak 8th 14, Camden-Rockport 4

At Waldoboro May 5, the Riverhawks plated runs early and often in a win over the Schooners. Medomak scored four in the first, one in the second, one in the third, four in the fourth and three in the fifth, while Camden-Rockport scored one in the first, two in the second and one in the third.

Josh Blake and Aidyn Herring pitched for Medomak and allowed seven hits and nine walks, with nine strikeouts. Kai Young, Will Laidlaw and Wyatt Butcher all toed the rubber for Camden-Rockport.

Blake (single, double, 2 runs), Dima Cheesman (single, 2 runs), Jayden Drost (single, run), Owen Dostie (run), Wyatt Simmons (single, 2 runs), Ashton Francis (run), Tucker Brown (2 singles, run), Konner Scofield (2 runs), Aidyn Herring (single, run) and Griffin Holgerson (run) led the Riverhawk offense.

The Schooners were keyed by Young (2 singles, double, run), Walter Field (run), Mason Dean (single), Wes Mayhorn (2 singles, run) and Butcher (single, run).

Scene from Busline League middle school baseball and softball play this spring. Photo by Holly Vanorse Spicer

Hope-Appleton-Lincolnville 6, Medomak 8th 3

At Waldoboro May 3, the Riverhawks held a brief lead, but HAL went on the offensive and eventually doubled up the hosts. HAL scored two in the second, three in the third and one in the fifth, while Medomak scored one in the first, third and sixth innings.

Tucker Whitley and Thomas Leadbetter pitched for HAL and combined to allow five hits and seven walks, with 13 strikeouts. Wyatt Simmons, Owen Dostie and Ashton Francis combined to allow seven hits and six walks, with 10 strikeouts for Medomak.

The Riverhawk offense was led by Josh Blake (home run), Wyatt Simmons (run), Tucker Brown (double), Kaiden Quinn (single), Austin Wilshire (single), L.J. Houlb (run) and Dima Cheesman (single).

Oceanside 15, Great Salt Bay 3 (5 inns.)

At Thomaston May 2, the Mariners swung past the visiting Cougars. Oceanside scored seven in the first, three in the second and five in the fifth, while Great Salt Bay scored single runs in the third, fourth and fifth frames.

The Mariners were led at the plate by Nicholas Tripp (2 singles, run), Alonzo Hoose (single, run), Braeden Toothaker (2 runs, 2 stolen bases), Grady Geretz (double, 2 runs), H. Hamilton (double, single, 2 runs, stolen base), Easton Willis (2 runs), Roshan Roberts (single, 2 runs, stolen base), Josh Bagnall (single, run) and Thomas Geddis (run).

For the Cougars, Griffin Beavis (single, run), Thomas Mickael (single), Ethan Hodgdor (run) and Addy Bonaghy (run) paced the offense.

Geretz pitched for Oceanside and allowed two hits and three walks, with 10 strikeouts. GSB pitchers allowed eight hits and 13 walks, with three strikeouts.

Medomak 8th 18, St. George 1 (5 inns.)

At Waldoboro April 26, the Riverhawk offense was hot from the start and swung past the visiting Dragons. Medomak scored four runs in the first, one in the second, one in the third and 12 in the fourth, while St. George scored its lone run in the fourth.

Wyatt Simmons, Aidyn Herring and Ashton Francis combined on a no-hitter for Medomak as Simmons fanned four batters, Herring six and Francis two.

Karly Putansu and Jayden Hews-Doherty, Curtis Morris and Ivan Simmons combined to strike out six for St. George.

The Riverhawk offense was paced by Josh Blake (3 runs), Aidyn Herring (3 runs), Owen Dostie (home run, double), Wyatt Simmons (single, 3 runs), Josh Stone (2 runs), Tucker Brown (2 singles, run), Konner Scofield (2 runs), Jayden Drost (single, run) and L.J. Houlb (run).

Putansu scored the lone run of the game for the Dragons.

Medomak 8th 22, Searsport 0

At Searsport April 29, the Riverhawks scored runs in droves and swung past the Vikings. Medomak scored three in the first, 13 in the second and six in the third.

Josh Blake pitched for Medomak and fired a no-hitter, added two walks and struck out nine. Springer, Kronholm and Carbisiero toed the rubber for Searsport.

The Riverhawks were led on offense by Blake (3 singles, 4 runs), Aidyn Herring (3 singles, 4 runs), Owen Dostie (3 runs), Wyatt Simmons (single, 2 runs), Tucker Brown (2 singles, 2 runs), Ashton Ellis (run), Konner Schofield (run), Griffin Holgerson (run), Gage Austin (run), Dima Cheesman (2 runs) and Austin Wilshire (run).

Medomak 7th 7, Nobleboro/Jefferson 2

At Nobleboro April 26, the Riverhawks began the season with a five-run win.

Lanny Morrison had a strong performance on the mound for Medomak, while “Liam Feeley closed out the game striking out six of the final seven batters,” said coach Shep Brown.

Feeley also doubled and singled twice, while Morrison added two singles for the visitors and Jacoby Miller, Wyatt Hood, Gavin Parlin, Kollin Donlin and Zac Curtis each one hit.

For Nobleboro/Jefferson, Jacob Hendrickson doubled and Wyatt Flagg, Josh Demeritt and Gage Hopkins singled.

MaineStay Media/VillageSoup sports staff can be reached by email at sports@villagesoup.com.