All-star tourneys roundup: Holbrook, Old Town to vie for title

Posted July 19, 2011, at 11:52 p.m.

HOLDEN — Danny Davis’ two-run home run highlighted a three-run third inning and Tyler Williams pitched four innings of shutout baseball, striking out 10 and walking two as Holbrook beat Old Town8-4  in the first round of the Little League baseball District 3 championship for ages 11-12 Tuesday.

With the win, 7-1 Holbrook gave Old Town its first loss of the tournament, forcing game two of the championship round which will be at Old Town at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday. Old Town is now 4-1 in the tournament.

Holbrook got one run in the first, two in the second off a two-run single from Mike Bailey, and two more in the third when Alex Maxsimic hit an RBI double and later scored on a sacrifice fly by Joel Hodgens. Morgan Slater led off the fourth inning with a single and scored on a sacrifice fly by Williams, and Davis hit his home run two batters later.

Ethan Stoddard had a two-run single in the fourth inning, Kaleb Gifford had a double and a single, and Jacob Ketch added a double for Old Town. Gifford pitched four innings, striking out six.

Old Town 000 040 — 4 8 3

Holbrook 122 30x — 8 9 1

Gifford, Ouellette (5) and Daniel; Williams, J. Wood (5) and J. Wood, Maxsimic (4)

D1 baseball, Junior League

Acadians 8, Ellsworth 6

At Bar Harbor, Sandy Henggeler hit a two-run triple in the top of the fifth inning and scored the winning run on a single by Alden Schulman as the Acadians defeated Ellsworth in the first round of the District 1 Junior League championship.

With the win, the Acadians forced a second round championship game, which will be in Ellsworth at 5:30 p.m. on Thursday.

Thomas Paola recorded the win for the Acadians.

Ben Lee had a two-run single and a double, Griffin Nightingale had and RBI single, and Mitch Domagala had two singles for Ellsworth.

Acadians 011 141 0 — 8 6 1

Ellsworth 031 020 — 6 8 1

Paola, Hulbert (6) and Colin; Libby, Maguire(3), Libby(5), Braley (5) and Domagala

State softball, 9-10

Waldoboro 15, Scarborough 5

At Glenburn, Waldoboro recorded 15 runs on several walks and hit-batsmen to back pitcher Lydia Simmons and beat Scarborough in pool play at the 9-10 Little League softball state tournament.

Waldoboro is now 1-3.

Hunter Greenleaf had two singles for 1-3 Scarborough.

Scarborough 023 0 — 5 3 0

Waldoboro 157 2 — 15 0 1

Powell and Greenleaf; Simmons and Jameson

Sanford 6, Ellsworth 4

At Glenburn, Miranda Beaulieu hit an inside-the-park home run and added a single to help Sanford down Ellsworth.

Adia Beaudoin had two doubles and two RBIs, Molly Boissoneault had a double, single and an RBI, and Hailey Nolette added a double. Boissoneault recorded the win, striking out five for 3-1 Sanford.

Katie Bagley had three singles for 1-3 Ellsworth.

Ellsworth 310 00 — 4 8 3

Sanford 240 00 — 6 11 1

Cote and Bagley; Boissoneault and Beaulieu

Lewiston 14, Hermon 3

At Glenburn, Megan Theriault had two doubles, a single, and four RBIs to lead Lewiston past Hermon.

Danielle Cyr had three singles and an RBI, and Emily Mousseau contributed two singles and three RBIs. Mousseau got the win for 4-0 Lewiston.

Kayla Gray had two singles and an RBI, and Lauren Plissey had a single and an RBI for 2-2 Hermon.

Lewiston 031 109 — 14 12 0

Hermon 100 101 — 3 5 4

Mousseau and Poulin; Gray and Allain

Reporting games

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