NEWPORT — Ethan Newcombe singled twice and tripled and Jacob Bickford singled and doubled to help Sebasticook Valley beat Hampden 7-4 in a District 3 Little League all-star baseball game for ages 11-12 Wednesday.
Bickford drove in two runs and Newcombe plated one for the winners. Tyler Seavey chipped in with a single and double while Zachary Hartsgrove, Ben Southwick, Phenyx Hatch and Sam Smestad each added a single. Southwick, Hatch and Smestad also each drove in a run.
For Hampden, Nick Lorenzo cranked a solo home run over the fence in the fourth and Kent Oliver added a single, triple and RBI. Sam Economy contributed two singles and an RBI while Jonah Roberts and Ethan Quimby each singled.
Sebasticook 000 520 — 7 11 1
Hampden 100 111 — 4 7 1
Ramsdell and Hartsgrove; Harriman, Gendreau (5) and Dow, Thomas
At Millinocket, three Lincoln pitchers combined on a four-hitter as Lincoln defeated Millinocket Tuesday evening.
Both teams are moving on to the single elimination round of the District tournament, where Lincoln, the Pool A winner, will travel to Hermon while Millinocket, the runner-up in Pool A, will visit Bangor East.
Lincoln was led by Bailey Markie, who singled and doubled, Max Woodman singled twice and Zach Grant doubled. Bennett Dunstan singled twice and drove in Millinocket’s lone run.
Lincoln is 2-0 and Millinocket is 1-1.
Lincoln 004 300 — 7 8 1
Millinocket 000 001 — 1 4 3
Robertson, Brown (3), Markie 6 and Woodman; Dionne, Pelkey (3) and Vienneau, Daigle (5), Dunstan 6
At Bucksport, Andy Allan struck out seven and allowed only two hits and three unearned runs in 6 ⅔ innings to lead Bucksport to victory.
Dylan Robbins sparked Bucksport with a single, double and two RBI. Chase Carmichael chipped in with a double and two RBI while Tyler Hayes and Matt Vincent each notched two singles.
Aaron Snurkowski singled and scored twice for Acadian and Seth Clark singled.
Bucksport 000 613 2 — 12 9 5
Acadian 210 001 0 — 4 2 2
Allan, Vincent (7) and Hayes; Swanson, Snurkowski (5) and Galaez
At Ellsworth, Michael York’s RBI double in the bottom of the seventh capped a three-run rally that gave Ellsworth the victory.
In the seventh, Hunter Cote led off with a double and came home on Nicholas Bagley’s double. Cooper Henderson then belted a triple to score Bagley. Chris Barnes then reached base on a dropped third strike, but on the next at-bat, Henderson was thrown out at home, attempting to score on Issac Christiansen’s chipped back to the pitcher.
York then followed with his game-winning hit.
Zack McGraw added an RBI double in the third for Ellsworth.
Coastal jumped out to an early 4-2 lead by the end of the third with a triple by Jake Keenan and a single by Ethan Shepard. Tyler Snow added a double in the fourth.
Coastal will visit the Acadians and Ellsworth travel to Bucksport for games on Friday.
Coastal 112 000 0 — 4
Ellsworth 011 000 3 — 5
Harmon, Astbury (7); Cote, Bagley (5)
At Demeyer Field in Ellsworth, Jackson Curtis drove in six runs with two triples and a single to propel the Downeast Family YMCA past Machias.
David Baugh chipped in with a single and two RBI for the winners while Hunter Curtis added a double and Austin Harris a single.
Keenan Feeney tripled and drove in a run for Machias and Riley Wright and Kyle Andersen each added a double.
Batteries: Downeast: J. Curtis, Baugh and Keblinsky; Machias: C. Feeney, K. Feeney, Andersen and Rhodes
At Rockland, Kennebunk capitalized on four innings of no-hit pitching from Olivia Howe, and five Hermon errors to eliminate Hermon and advance to Friday’s championship round in the state tourney with the four-inning mercy-rule victory.
Bailey Cain sparked Kennebunk’s offense with a deep RBI double to left center that drove in two of its six third-inning runs. Cain also walked and scored in the fourth.
Howe silenced Hermon’s bats for four innings, striking out six and walking two.
Kennebunk lost in its first game of the tournament Saturday, and rebounded to win three games in a row to earn a bid in the championship round.
Kennebunk will face undefeated Scarborough on Friday at 3 p.m. in Rockland in the state championship round of the double-elimination tournament.
A Kennebunk win would force a second game, which would begin 30 minutes after the completion of the first game. A Scarborough win in either game would give Kennebunk its second loss and clinch the state title for Scarborough.
The state champion advances to the Little League East Region Tournament starting July 19 in Bristol, Conn.
Hermon 000 0 — 0 0 5
Kennebunk 026 2 — 10 3 1
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