Great Salt Bay School baseball and softball teams won the Busline League South Division championships, and Medomak 8th softball won the Busline League North Division championship on June 8. Medomak will face off against GSB in the Busline championship games at Medomak Valley High School on Tues., June 13 at 3:45 p.m.
GSB 9 – Belfast 3
The GSB boys baseball team defeated Troy Howard 9-3 on June 9 to win the Busline South Division title and advance to the Busline League championship. The Cougars win avenged a regular season
loss to Troy Howard.
Cedar Cannon went the distance in the win for GSB.
Great Salt Bay School softball defeated Medomak 7th 2-1 in a pitchers duel on June 8 in Damariscotta to win the Busline League South Division championship.
Grace Houghton struck out 12 in the win (1HP,2H,0B). Alyssa Creamer took the loss for the Riverhawks (8H,3B,6K).
GSB took a 1-0 lead in the bottom of the first. Grace Houghton hit a double, and came around and scored on throwing errors on the play.
Medomak tied the game in the sixth. Lizzie Swan singled, moved over on aBrianna Feyler sacrafice bunt and scored on a Creamer single.
The Cougars scored the game winner in the home half of the seventh when Sonny Cumming singled, moved over on a Brooke Tefler single and scored on a Houghton walk off double.
Hitting for GSB were Houghton with a double and single, Lizzie Ober two singles, and Telfer, Brittni Hartley, Victoria Libby and Cumming a single each. Hitting for Medomak were Creamer and Swan with a single each.
Medomak 13 – Oceanside 10
Medomak 8th softball won a slugfest over Oceanside to win the Busline North Division championship and earn a berth at the Busline finals. Medomak defense played errorless ball in the win.
Hannah Lee collected the win (4K,0B,15H), and Whitimare took the loss (12K,3B,13H).
The game was tied 6-6 going into the seventh inning. Medomak lit up their bats to score six runs in the top of the inning. Stephanie Morse hit a homerun, Natalie Stewart a double and Bella Lafrance and Emma Kunesh a single each in the rally.
Oceanside tried to rally in the home half of the seventh, but fell short with four runs.
Hitting for Medomak were Morse with a homerun and triple (2RBI), Eliza Nelson three singles (RBI), Stewart a triple and double (2RBI), Emily Harris and LaFrance two singles and a RBI each, and Kunesh and Kaia O’Brien a single each. Mackenzie Emerson drove in two runs.
Hitting for Oceanside were Watkinson a double and four singles, Robinson a triple, double and single, Whitimare two doubles and a single (3RBI), Woodman three singles (2RBI), and Pease a single (2RBI). Judeki and Harvey drove in a run each.