Gus Hunt stops Camden’s Connor O’Farrell in his tracks and forces a run down before Matt
Leeman tagged him out. (Paula Roberts photo)
Oceanside – Bristol
Top seed Oceanside advance to the Southern Division finals with a win over Bristol on Friday.
Nobleboro 11 – Medomak 9
Nobleboro/Jefferson’s softball team scored five runs in the fifth inning to rally from behind to beat Medomak
Middle School 11-9 Friday in Nobleboro. Anna Hatch collected the win (10B,2HP,14K), and Addie Jameson took the
Hitting for Nobleboro were Belle Sawyer, Courtney McKenna and Ari Gervais with a single each. Hitting for Medomak
were Maddie White, Jameson and M. Wallace with a single each.
Hope/Appleton 10 – Medomak 9
Third seed Medomak eighth softball gave second seed Hope/ Appleton a scare in the Busline North semifinals. The
Riverhawks jumped out to a 5-0 lead after two innings, and led 9-7 going into the bottom of the seventh. Hope
Appleton rallied for three runs in the seventh to win.
Gillian Lafleche collected the win (6H,8B,10K) and Gabby DePatsy took the loss (15H,5B,7K).
Hitting for Medomak were Hallie Kunesh with a double and single, Abby Nelson a double and Josie Jameson a single.
Hitting for Hope/ Appleton were Laticia Billings with a homerun, double and single, Lafleche two doubles and a
single, Nicole Brown three singles, Payton Wiley a homerun and single, Madison Maxwell two singles, and Alyson
Glasier and Abbey Harrington a single each.
Jefferson 2 – Medomak 1
Jefferson skinned the Riverhawks 2-1 in the Busline League quarterfinals on June 4 in Nobleboro. Three pitchers
shared mound time in the win for Jefferson, Michael Sprauge (2 1/3I,1B), Chandler Moore (2 2/3 I,8K,1B), and Ryan
Creamer (1 2/3I, 3K). Alden McLain took the loss in a solid effort (6I,2K,3B).
Hitting for Jefferson were Dylan Grotton with two doubles, Basil White two singles (1 RBI), and Jack Hayden a
double (RBI). Hitting for Medomak were Eli McCollett and McLain a double each, and Kevin White a single.
Camden 12 – Jefferson 5
Camden defeated Jefferson baseball 12-5 in the pouring rain on June 5 in Nobleboro. The Chargers beat Camden by
mercy ruling during the regular season.
White, Moore, and Creamer pitched in the losing effort for Jefferson. Spencer Johndro and Austin Charkowich
pitched in the win for Camden.
Hitting for Jefferson were White with two singles (RBI), Moore a double (RBI), and Creamer, Wood (2 RBI), and
Hayden (RBI) a single each. Hitting for Camden were Cole Anderson a triple and double, Charkowich a double and
single, Johndro two singles, and Ethan Cayouette, Nate Levig, Henry Chamberlain and Nate Vanlonkhoyen a single
GSB 15 – Boothbay 3
GSB baseball defeated GSB by 15-3 five inning mercy ruling in the opening round of the Busline League playoffs.
Jon Pinkham got the start and went three innings, Brad Cross closed out the final two innings. The Cougars were
led at the plate by Andrew Greenleaf with a triple, double, and two singles, Gus Hunt a double and two singles,
and Jacob Maker two singles. Hitting for Boothbay were Andrews with a double and two singles, and Simpson and
Hasch a single each.
GSB 16 – Camden 10
Great Salt Bay School’s baseball team defeated Camden 16-10 Monday to win the Busline League Southern Division
championships. Jon Pinkham pitched the first three innings (6R,5K,1B,7H) and Matthew Leeman closed out the final
four innings for the win (4R,6K,6B,2H).
S. Johndro took the loss for Camden, and N. Vanlonkhuyen and Cole Anderson pitched in relief.
The Cougars jumped out to a 4-0 lead in the bottom of the first. Camden scored four in the second, two in the
third and one in the top of the fourth to take a 7-4 lead. GSB batted around in the home half of the fourth to
score eight runs and take the lead for good.
Hitting for GSB were Brad Cross a double and two singles (1 RBI), Gus Hunt three singles (2RBI), Andrew Greenleaf
(2RBI) a double and single each, Matt Leeman two singles (5RBI), Sam Laemmle two singles (1RBI), and Jacob Maker a
single (1 RBI).
Hitting for Camden were Ethan Cayouette a double and Kerry Sabarty, Cole Anderson, Nate Levig, Connor O’Farrell
Henry Chamberlin and S. Johndro a single each.
GSB 19 – Bristol 6
The Great Salt Bay Cougars defeated the Bristol Blue Devils 19-6 in Busline League Semifinal baseball playoff
action last week. The Cougars pounced to an early 10-0 lead, scoring four runs in the first and second innings,
and two in the third.
Bristol regained three runs in the top of the fourth inning and the Cougars came back with two in the bottom of
the inning. The Blue Devils added three more runs in the top of the fifth, but the Cougars would strike for seven
runs in the bottom of the inning to initiate the mercy rule.
Hitting for the Cougars were Gus Hunt with a double and four singles, Jacob Maker, Chris Sullivan and Andrew
Greenleaf three singles each, Jon Pinkham, Bradley Cross, Matthew Leeman and Sam Laemmle two singles each, and
Quincy Perry one. Hitting for Bristol were Nathan Sullivan, Michael Steban and Logan Eckel with two each and
Leanard Wall one.
Michael Sprague makes the diving catch in centerfield for the Chargers. (Paula Roberts
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