June 22, 2018
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All-star tourneys roundup: Two Holbrook teams advance to finals


HOLDEN — Alex Maxsimic pitched a complete game with 12 strikeouts and helped his own cause with two home runs, a double and six RBIs to power Holbrook by Bangor West 13-1 and into the championship round of the District 3 Little League all-star tourney for ages 11-12 Monday.
Holbroook’s Junior League team also advanced to the title round with a 17-2 win over Bangor Monday.
In the ages 11-12 bracket, Holbrook will face Old Town in the championship game Tuesday at 5:30 p.m., with an if-necessary game scheduled for Wednesday.
Jon Wood hit a home run, a double and a single with two RBIs for 6-1 Holbrook. Tyler Williams had an RBI double while Tyler Timms added a double.
Mason Hartley hit a double for 3-2 Bangor West, which was eliminated.

Holbrook 401 35 — 13 10 0
Bangor West 000 01 — 1 3 1
Maxsimic and J. Wood, Williams (4); McKenney, Colford (2), Farnham (4), Kemble (5) and Fournier

D3, Juniors
Holbrook 17, Bangor 2

At Mansfield Stadium, Bangor, Logan Rogerson pitched a complete game and collected two triples with three RBIs as Holbrook rolled past Bangor in five innings.
Holbrook and Bangor will play again in the championship game Tuesday at 7 p.m.
Joe Archambault helped propel 5-1 Holbrook with three singles, a triple and three RBIs. David Peters doubled twice and knocked in three runs. Mike Grimble tripled and singled with two RBIs while Tommy Burns added a double, a single and two RBIs.
Jordan Derrah and Justin Courtney each hit an RBI single for 4-1 Bangor.

Holbrook 170 36 — 17 14 1
Bangor 000 02 — 2 2 5
Rogerson and Burns, Archambault (3); Courtney, Pineo (3), Moore (4), Coleman (5), Stevenson (5) and Huston

District 1, Seniors
Acadians 4, Calais 0
At Bar Harbor, Adam Gray allowed only one hit in 6 1/3 innings to lead the Acadians by Calais 4-0 and into the championship round of the tourney.
Ryan Littlefield came on to get his team out of a bases-loaded jam in the bottom of the seventh and got the last two outs to preserve the victory for the Acadians, who take on Coastal Tuesday at 5:30 p.m. in Blue Hill. The Acadians have to beat unbeaten Coastal twice to claim the title in the double-elimination tourney.
Steven Hanscom gave the Acadians the winning edge with an RBI double in the second inning. Gray and Colin Mooers each chipped in with two singles and an RBI.
For Coastal, outfielder Scott Boies turned in a defensive gem when he reached over the fence in left to rob Ben Walls of a home run in the first inning. P.J. Descoteaux had a fifth-inning single for Calais.

Acadians 020 002 0 — 4 7 1
Calais 000 000 0 — 0 1 4
Gray, Littlefield (7) and Alley; Morrison, Descoteaux (7) and Edwards, Johnson (7)

State softball, 9-10
Hermon 17, Waldoboro 6

At Glenburn, Alex Allain and Katie Windsor each registered two singles and two RBIs as Hermon defeated Waldoboro in four innings.
Hermon (2-1) built an lead early, posting six runs in the first inning followed by nine in the second.
Cassandra Smeltzer and Cassidy Benner each singled for 0-3 Waldoboro.

Hermon 692 0 — 17 6 0
Waldoboro 020 4 — 6 2 6
Albert, Plissey (4) and Allain; Grindle, Depatsy (1) and Jameson

Scarborough 22, Ellsworth 1

At Glenburn, Emily Jefferds tossed four innings of two-hit, one-run ball with 10 strikeouts as Scarborough rolled past Ellsworth.
Ava McDonald led 2-1 Scarborough with three singles and three RBIs. Laura Towell posted two singles and three RBIs. Hunter Greenleaf and Sydney Michelson each added two singles and an RBI.
Katey Bagley and Catie Hammer each singled for 1-2 Ellsworth.

Scarborough 628 6 — 22 14 0
Ellsworth 001 0 — 1 2 10
Jefferds and Greenleaf; Cote, Saunders (2) and Bagley

Lewiston 14, Sanford 0

At Glenburn, Jordan Mynahan pitched a no-hitter with eight strikeouts as Lewiston shut out Sanford.
Mynahan helped her own cause with three singles and an RBI for 3-0 Lewiston. Megan Theriault collected two singles and a triple. Emily Mousseau had two singles, a double and three RBIs while Meghan Morris chipped in with three singles and four RBIs.

Lewiston 104 36 — 14 16 0
Sanford 000 00 — 0 0 3
Mynahan and Poulin; Allen and Doissonneault

Reporting games
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: bdnsports@bangordailynews.com and fax to: 990-8092.

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