Holbrook stars edge Hampden

Holbrook's catcher Nate Galinski tags out Hampden's Tyler Knights at the plate during the first inning their Little League All-Star game at Knights of Columbus field in Old Town Tuesday, July 5, 2011.
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Holbrook's catcher Nate Galinski tags out Hampden's Tyler Knights at the plate during the first inning their Little League All-Star game at Knights of Columbus field in Old Town Tuesday, July 5, 2011.
Posted July 05, 2011, at 11:01 p.m.

OLD TOWN — Zach Duncan drove in the winning run with a single in the bottom of the sixth inning to help lead Holbrook past Hampden 8-7 in a District 3 Little League all-star baseball game for ages 10-11 Tuesday.

Nate Galinski hit an RBI single in the sixth that tied the game, and Duncan drove in the winning run with his single later in the inning. Nate Smith led Holbrook with a two-run triple in the first inning, an RBI single in the fourth and another single. Collin Rhoads-Doyle had a double and an RBI, and Galinski added another single.

Zachary Flannery had a double, single and two RBIs, Jacob Cyr had two singles and an RBI, Dillon Stanley had two singles, and Noah Larson contributed a double for Hampden.

Hampden 020 500 — 7 7 3

Holbrook 104 102 — 8 10 3

Stanley, Cyr (6) and Roy ; Smith, Rhoads-Doyle (4), Seburn (5) and Galinski

District 1, 9-10

Acadian 10, Coastal 0

At Blue Hill, Drew Shea hit a game-winning RBI triple in the fifth inning, and added two singles and two runs scored as Acadian Little League defeated Coastal in 9-10 all-stars action.

Oliver Johnston had a double, two singles, two runs scored and an RBI for Acadian. Hunter Dougherty, Jacob Mitchell and Johnston combined to give up only two hits on the mound.

Gavin Mote and Parker Allen each had singles for Coastal.

Acadian 202 06 — 10 6 0

Coastal 000 00 — 0 2 3

Dougherty, Mitchell (3), Johnston (5) and Sullivan; Grindle, Mote (4), Gillen (5) and Mattson

District 3, 11-12

Sebasticook 5, Orrington 2

At Sebasticook Valley, Sam Southwick’s RBI single highlighted a three-run fourth inning that carried Sebasticook Valley to victory over Orrington.

Brad Allen also had an RBI single for the winners (2-0) behind relief winner Cody Rice, who contributed a single and three stolen bases. Johnny Bowman added a single and stole two bases.

Darrin Hanscom hit a run-scoring single and Paul Branch singled for Orrington (0-2), which was eliminated.

Orrington 200 000 — 2 2 0

Sebasticook Valley 101 30x — 5 6 1

Wood, Hanscom (3) and Lagasse, York (3), Lagasse (5); Upton, Rice (4), Southwick (5) and Perry, Rice (5)

Holbrook 10, Orono 0

At Holden, Jon Wood and Morgan Slater combined to throw a one-hitter as Holbrook shut out Orono-Veazie-Glenburn in four innings.

Wood pitched the first two innings and started the third before Slater took over, and each struck out six batters.

Austin Lufkin tripled for Holbrook, which is 1-1 in the tourney. Danny Davis added a double and a single, Bryant Kiley doubled and Alex Maxsimic hit two singles.

Nate Desisto singled in the first inning to post the lone hit for Orono-Veazie-Glenburn, which finished 0-2 and was eliminated from the tourney.

Holbrook 115 3 — 10 7 0

Orono 000 0 — 0 1 0

Wood, Slater (3) and Williams; Collett, Campbell (4) and Cyr, Higgins (4)


District 1, 9-10

Ellsworth 7, Machias 2

At Machias, Shelby Cote fired a four-hitter and racked up 14 strikeouts to lead Down East Family YMCA/Ellsworth to the District 1 ages 9-10 title with a victory over Machias.

Katey Bagley knocked in three runs with two singles for the winners, who advance to the state tournament, which begins July 16 in Glenburn. Cote stroked a triple for Ellsworth.

Lydia Day singled twice to back losing pitcher Laine Perry, who added a single.

Ellsworth (3-0 140 200 — 7 3 0

Machias (1-2) 000 200 — 2 4 1

Cote and Bagley; Perry, Day (2) and Barker

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