BANGOR — Noah Missbrenner tripled and doubled and knocked in a pair of runs and Nick Boudreau drove in four runs with a double and a single to lead Bangor past Holbrook 17-4 in a District 3 Junior League baseball all-star game at Mansfield Stadium on Sunday.
Kevin Fish doubled and singled and had three RBIs for 1-0 Bangor. Zach Murray and Eric Cammack had two singles and two RBIs apiece and Nick Crichton doubled.
Karl Sund went four innings for the win, allowing six hits with three strikeouts and no walks. He allowed three runs, two of which were earned.
Jon Archambault doubled and singled and knocked in two runs for 1-1 Holbrook and Jacob Miller doubled.
Holbrook 0 1 0 21 — 4 6 3
Bangor 6(10)1 0x — 17 17 1
Williamson, Cunningham (1), Weatherbie (2), Gagnon (4) and Kiley; Sund, Missbrenner (5) and Crichton, Khoury (3)
At Mansfield Stadium in Bangor, Alex Applebee and Wyatt Harriman combined on a six-hitter as the Bronco all-stars from Hermon beat Old Town on Sunday.
Applebee helped himself with two singles and two RBIs, Keith Pomery singled twice and Mark Mailloux laced an RBI triple for the 1-0 winners.
Hunter Braslett rapped a double and two singles for 1-1 Old Town.
Bronco-Hermon 225 12 — 12 9 0
Old Town 100 00 — 1 6 4
Applebee, Harriman (4) and Rush, Gendreau (4); Gasaway, Avery (3), Albert (4) and Street, Brown (5)
At Bangor on Sunday, Jackson Weatherbee scattered two hits and a run through four innings and struck out six to help Lincoln earn its first playoff win.
Alex Brown hit two singles and drove in a run and Chris McLeod poked a run-scoring double for the 1-1 winners.
Kohle Parker, Matt Tozer and Cammron Doak singled for 0-2 Orono-Veazie.
Orono-Veazie 010 01 — 2 3 7
Lincoln 020 64 — 12 7 1
Poulin, Dy. Farnham (4), Do. Farnham (5) and Parker; Weatherbee, McLeod (5) and Woodman
At Brewer on Sunday, Josiah Cyr had two doubles and a single and drove in a run and Evan Andrews knocked in three runs with a pair of doubles as Brewer-Orrington topped Sebasticook.
Jordan Wood and Daniel Sprague had two singles each for the winners.
Ben Southwick had two singles and two RBIs for Sebasticook.
Sebasticook 011 112 0 — 6 6 5
Brewer-Orrington 301 313 x — 11 10 3
Marquis, Grozik (5), Burke (6) and Southwick; Andrews, Steiger (4), Cyr (6) and Cyr, Baker (4)
At Old Town on Saturday, Tyler McCannell delivered two runs with a pair of singles and Ethan Hayes had two singles and an RBI as Old Town topped Lincoln in their playoff opener.
Nick Avery, Hunter Brasslett and Brenden Gasaway had two singles apiece.
Jackson Weatherbee had two singles and an RBI for 0-1 Lincoln.
Lincoln 001 10 — 2 6 2
Old Town 402 24 — 12 11 1
Brown, Hanscom (5) and Woodman; Young, Lyford (4) and Street, Brown (5)
At Houlton on Saturday, Nick Perfitt tossed a four-hitter, striking out nine and walking two over five innings, as Houlton triumphed in the teams’ mutual postseason opener.
Ryder Graham had a two-run triple and drove in three runs for the winners.
Kohle Parker had a double and a single for Orono-Veazie and Gage Poulin had two singles and an RBI.
Orono-Veazie 001 00 — 1 4 1
Houlton 202 07 — 11 6 0
Robertson, Dieuveuil (5), Poulin (5) and Parker; Perfitt and Collett
At Houlton on Sunday, Colin Moody knocked in two runs with three singles on Sunday to propel Houlton to a five-inning victory over Brewer/Orrington.
Silas Graham doubled and tripled with two RBIs and Haven Hanning drove in two runs with a double and a single for the winners. Graham earned the win on the mound, scattering three hits with nine strikeouts.
Evan Glass paced Brewer/Orrington with a single and two RBIs while Brayden Love and Adam Perry posted singles.
At Houlton on Saturday, Silas Graham drove in two runs with a double and a single and Logan Bowmaster had a double and an RBI to back pitcher Garett Harvey’s five innings of three-hit, eight-strikeout ball.
Nolan Hodgkins had a single and an RBI for the winners.
For Bangor West, Brandy Hand had a double and an RBI and Joey Morrison and Jack Perron each singled.
At Husson University in Bangor, Michael Turner hit three triples and knocked in three runs and Casey Sudbeck also had three hits, all singles, as Hampden topped Motor City in Zone 1 play.
Nick Guerrette tossed five innings of three-hit, two-run ball with two strikeouts and three walks to pick up the win.
Zach Nash had two singles and two RBIs for the winners and Alex McKenney doubled.
Eric Hoogterp had a double and two singles for Motor City and he drove in a run. Ethan Stoddard, Tyler Young and Seth Pearson each had two hits for Motor City with one of Stoddard’s hits being a double. Stoddard also had an RBI.
At Medomak Valley in Waldoboro on Friday, Alex Brooks tossed a complete-game six-hitter, allowing two runs with five strikeouts and three walks, and Alex Maxsimic had a single and two RBIs as Brewer edged Midcoast.
Jack Corey doubled and singled and knocked in a run. Carter DeRedin had a double and scored a run.
Adam Eutsler had two singles, drove in a run and scored one. John Hall doubled and scored a run.
At Ellsworth on Saturday, Casey Carter struck out 13 in her complete-game outing and she helped her own cause with three singles as the Ellsworth ages 9-10 softball all-stars won the District 1 championship and earned a berth in the state tournament with a victory over Acadians.
Alyssa McGuire also had three singles for the winners.
Emily Carter had two doubles for the Acadians and Olivia Gray singled twice.
Gray also pitched a complete game with 13 strikeouts.
The Maine Majestix Under-16 team upset the Saints from Virginia, the nation’s No. 2-ranked team, 4-3 in their second game in pool play at the National Club Field Hockey championships on Sunday in Lancaster, Pennsylvania.
The Majestix lost their opener to Windy City (Illinois), the nation’s No. 8-ranked team, 4-2.
Messalonskee High School of Oakland’s Josie Varney scored the game-winner against the Saints. Skowhegan’s Kealey Bowman, Mt. Blue of Farmington’s Hannah Minns and Belfast’s Kiley Nelson scored the other goals.
In the loss to Windy City, Nelson and Messalonskee’s Ally Corbett were the goal scorers.
Skowhegan’s Kelsey Thaller was the goalkeeper for the Waterville-based Majestix.
The Majestix Under-19 team opens pool play in Lancaster on Wednesday.