BANGOR, Maine — Bangor East rallied from a seven-run deficit to beat Bangor West 11-10 in a District 3 Little League baseball all-star tourney game Monday at Taylor Field.

Bangor East stayed alive in the double-elimination tourney with a 3-1 record while Bangor West ended with a 2-2 mark.

Keegan Cyr and Aiden Giles hit home runs to spark Bangor East. Cyr’s fifth-inning homer broke a 9-9 tie. Jake Hirsch had the game-winning RBI later in the inning.

Hirsch and Cabryn Streams led Bangor East with three hits. Streams was also the winning pitcher.

For Bangor West, Ben Caron had two hits, including a home run.

Bangor West 210 601 — 10 11 2

Bangor East 011 72x — 11 11 2

Cyr, Missbrenner (3), Streams (5), Sandia (6) and McCaffrey, Cyr (3); Young, Caron (4) and Ryan

D3 Baseball, 11-12

Hermon 3, Old Town 2

At Hermon, the Hermon all-stars rallied for two runs in the bottom of the sixth inning to earn the win in the District 3 tourney game.

Hermon’s Jack Mailloux evened the score with an RBI single and Parker Foley followed up with another RBI single for the winning edge.

Mailloux also added an RBI double in the second and Brayden Moses chipped in with two singles. Moses pitched into the fifth inning while striking out eight.

Old Town was led by Roy Koneff with three singles and two RBIs. Seth Haverlock had two singles and was also the tough-luck losing pitcher, going into the sixth inning while striking out six.

Houlton 18, Brewer/Orrington 8

At Houlton, the Houlton all-stars erupted for 12 runs in the seventh inning to beat Brewer/Orrington and advance to the championship round of the District 3 tourney.

Brock Thompson sparked the big inning with a grand slam. Garrett Harvey finished with three singles and a two-run home run for the winners while Nolan Hodgkins chipped in with a two-run home run.

Silas Graham and Jed Gilpatrick each added two doubles and a single for Houlton.

Gavin Carr paced Brewer/Orrington with three singles while Logan Levensalor contributed with a double and single. Sam Blanchard chipped in with two singles and three RBIs and Jacob McKinney added two singles.

Houlton had 19 hits and Brewer had 10.

D3 Baseball, Jr. League

Old Town 13, Lincoln 6

At Mansfield Stadium in Bangor, the Old Town all-stars capitalized with six unearned runs in the fourth inning and four more in the sixth to earn the victory in the winners bracket contest.

Tyler McCannell notched a single, sacrifice fly and two RBIs for Old Town (2-0).

Jackson Weatherbee sparked Lincoln (2-1) with three singles and two RBIs while Christopher Ireland added an RBI double.

Lincoln 202 101 0 — 6 8 9

Old Town 003 604 x — 13 6 3

McLeod, Severson (4), Weatherbee (6) and Tash; Young, Evans (3), Albert (6) and Street

D1 Baseball, Junior League

Calais 11, Machias 9

At the Machias Memorial High School field, the Calais all-stars used a seven-run sixth inning to beat Machias in the District 1 Junior League tourney game.

Sebastian Moore sparked Calais with two hits. Blake Collins, Tony Dana, John Socabasin, Don Soctomah, Chris Gregory, and Mike McFarlane each chipped in with one hit.

Gabe Taylor led Machias with triple, double and single. Jordan Lobley, Micah Vose, Kyle Anderson and Jeff Graham all had one hit.

Calais 010 127 0 — 11 8 2

Machias 101 123 1 — 9 7 2

Socabasin, Moore (4), Newsome (7) and Gregory; Fitzsimmons, Anderson (6), Lobley (6) and Taylor

Acadia 6, Bucksport 5

At Bucksport, Brett Duley recorded a single and double and scored two runs to lead Acadia to victory.

Sam Mitchell added three singles and run for Acadia while Logan Beckwith and Sam Kelinsky each singled.

Logan Stanley led Bucksport with a pair of singles and scored. Cam Grindle, Ty Giberson, and Issac Moore all chimed in to provide some offense for Bucksport.

Acadia 101 022 0 — 6

Bucksport 102 000 2 — 5

Moore, Trisch (6), Giberson (7), and Stanley; Mitchell, Keblinsky (3), Isaacs (4), and Merchant

D3 Baseball, 9-10

Brewer, Bronco post wins

At Brewer, the Brewer all-stars beat Lincoln 17-0 and Bronco stopped Hermon 13-2 in District 3 tourney action for ages 9-10.

Grady Vanidestine, Jack Mason, Silas Keefe and Braden Carr combined for a four inning no-hitter for Brewer in the first game.

Keefe sparked the offense with a triple, double and four RBIs. Kadian Morin chipped in with two singles, a double and two RBIs while Ryan Ford had a double and drove in two runs.

In the second game, Tucker Leland recorded three singles and scored two runs to help Bronco of Hampden prevail. Andrew Lyons and Kaysen Wildman each added two singles with Lyons scoring twice and Wildman once. T.J. Llerena was the winning pitcher.

Gavin Coombs notched a double, single and a run for Hermon while Carter Moss added a double and Danny Fowler had a single.

Lincoln 000 0 — 0

Brewer 4(13)0 x — 17

House and Langerack; Vanidestine, Mason, Keefe, Car and Stecher

Hermon 101 000 — 2

Bronco 411 33x — 13

Kokoska and Jelks; Llerena and Peckham