PALMYRA — Tyler Beaten and Zach Nash combined on a two-hitter as Hermon eliminated Sebasticook Valley 10-1 in a District 3 Little League all-star baseball game for ages 11-12 Thursday.
Nash also rapped two doubles and knocked in two runs for the 2-1 winners, while Andrew Burgess singled twice. Beaton posted a single with three RBIs, while Ryan Hoogterp, Matt Leach and Christian Greener added RBI singles.
Alex Baird and Sam Southwick singled for 1-2 Sebasticook Valley.
Sebasticook 000 010 — 1 2 2
Hermon 400 24x — 10 9 0
Rice, Southwick (2), Allen (5) and Bowman; Beaten, Nash (5) and Greener
Holbrook 3, Bangor East 1
At Holden, Reed Davis broke open a tie game with a two-run home run in the top of the sixth inning to lift Holbrook past Bangor East.
Alex Maxsimic pitched five innings allowing one run on two hits with 13 strikeouts for 2-1 Holbrook. Jon Wood hit two singles while Maxsimic chipped in with a double.
Thomas Szewczyk and Corey Janssen each singled for 0-2 Bangor East.
Holbrook 010 002 — 3 7 1
Bangor East 100 000 — 1 2 3
Maxsimic, Williams (6) and Wood; Atherley and Burpee
Katahdin Valley 12, Lincoln 6
At Patten Wednesday, Jacob McAvoy’s two-run single highlighted a five-run fourth inning that snapped a 5-5 tie and gave Katahdin Valley its win over Lincoln. The game was called after five innings due to weather.
McAvoy had two singles and three RBIs and Dalton Hart had a triple and a single for 1-1 Katahdin Valley. Wesley Raymond and Jackson Mathers had two singles and an RBI apiece and Thomas Prescott had an RBI double.
Carter Ward singled twice for 1-2 Lincoln and Cam Fournier had the other hit, also a single.
Katahdin Valley 302 52 — 12 11 3
Lincoln 203 10 — 6 3 6
McAvoy, Mathers (5) and Bachelder; Hanscom, Cropley (3) and Fournier
District 1, 11-12
Bucksport 11, Acadians 5
At Bar Harbor Wednesday, Riley MacLeod hit three singles and knocked in four runs as Bucksport rolled past Acadian.
Matt Vincent also posted three singles for Bucksport. Tyler Hayes singled twice while Kyle Jackson hit a three-run single in the third inning.
Riley Swenson singled twice and drove in a run for Acadian while Nick Stanley added a triple.
Acadian 000 050 — 5 6 2
Bucksport 006 14x — 11 11 2
Swenson, Stanley (3), Snurkowski (5) and Shea; Lenor, Vincent (5), Hayes (6) and Hayes, Allan (3)
District 3, 10-11
Bangor East 5, Old Town 2
At Old Town, Colby Smith recorded three singles, a double and three RBIs, including a two-run single in the sixth, to carry Bangor East into Monday’s championship round.
Winning pitcher Brandon Robertson chipped in with a single and triple for 3-0 Bangor East and Charlie Budd singled twice.
Matt Bouchard paced 2-1 Old Town with a single, double and RBI.
team Bangor East 111 002 — 5 9 1
Old Town 101 000 — 2 4 3
Robertson, Tappan (5) and Parke, Smart (2), Parke (5); Dubay, Spencer (5), Leland (6) and Blackie
Brewer 16, Bangor West 7
At Old Town Wednesday, Robben Harris hit a two-run home run in the second inning and a three-run triple in the third inning to lift Brewer past Bangor West in District 3 ages 10-11 all-star baseball action.
The game was called in the fifth due to thunder showers. Myles Kirby hit an RBI triple in the second inning and added a single. James McLaughlin had two singles, and Hunter Umel had a two-run triple in the top of the fifth for Brewer.
For Bangor West, Derek McCarthy had three singles and two RBIs, Peyton Campbell had two singles and two RBIs, and Noah Lunt added two singles.
Brewer 434 32 — 16 13 1
Bangor West 203 02 — 7 10 3
McLaughlin, Harris (3), Roope (4) and Kirby; Lane, McCarthy (4) and McCarthy, Metcalf (4)
District 1, 9-10
Acadian 12, Ellsworth 3
At Bar Harbor, Drew Shea singled twice and knocked in two runs as Acadian defeated Ellsworth in the championship round.
The two will play in the decisive title game Tuesday at 5 p.m. in Ellsworth.
Hunter Dougherty sparked 4-1 Acadian with a two-run single in the first inning. Peter Jones chipped in with a sacrifice fly.
Jared Hamilton led 4-1 Ellsworth with an RBI single.
Ellsworth 201 000 — 3 2 2
Acadian 310 26x — 12 4 3
Smith, Mitchell (4), Perconti (5) and Horne; Dougherty, Johnston (5) and Sullivan
District 3, 9-10
Holbrook 10, Lincoln 0
At Bangor, Levi Williamson didn’t allow a hit and struck out 10 in 4 1/3 innings to give Holbrook the win in five innings.
Holbrook advanced to a Saturday matchup against Hermon.
Holbrook pulled away with seven runs in the fourth on a double by Max Perkins and singles by Levi Williamson, Nate Laskey, Nick Lakeman and Jacob McCluskey.
Lincoln 000 00 — 0 0 3
Holbrook 110 71 — 10 8 0
Williamson, Perkins (5) and Kiley; Robertson, Brown (4) and Woodman
Old Town 12, Hermon 1
At Bangor Wednesday, righthander Hunter Brasslett allowed only one hit and struck out four in four innings to help Old Town advance to Saturday’s round against Brewer and improve to 3-0.
Dylan Street had an RBI double for the winners and Brenden Gasaway singled twice.
Mark Mailloux singled in the third inning for 2-1 Hermon
Hermon 002 0 — 2 1
Old Town 431 4 — 12 8
Applebee, Bergeron and Scripture; Brasslett and Gasaway, Street (4)
Guidelines for host team
For Little League baseball and softball all-star games, it is the responsibility of the host team to report the game to the BDN because the host is responsible for providing the official scorer.
The host team is encouraged to report the game as soon as possible on the day it is played and to provide highlights and details for both of the teams in the game. If details, including first names of players, are not given for both teams, then a story will not be published on the game.
The BDN asks for a complete linescore with score by innings and total runs, hits and errors along with all the pitchers and catchers, and innings they entered the game.
Highlights for both teams should include batters who get two or more hits, get an extra base hit or drive in runs.
The BDN toll-free number for reporting games is: 1-800-310-8600. For calls from Greater Bangor, the number is: 990-8275.
An e-mail or fax containing the above game details would also be accepted. E-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org and fax to: 990-8092.