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Little League results
Jefferson 6 – Vassalboro 0
Devin Scherer earned a shutout win over Vassalboro (2H, 8K). Sawyer Pinkham had three doubles (4RBI), John Henry had two singles and Scherer, Hunter Williams, and Brady Grotton one each.
Jefferson 15 – So. China 0
Pinkham collected the win and Chad Carter the save. The duo combined for 16 strikeouts. Jefferson smashed 18 hits in the win. Wally Morris had a triple, double and two singles (4RBI), Carter a triple and single, Williams three singles, Henry two singles, Pinkham a triple and Scherer, Grotton, Sam Grant, and Raymond Call a single each.
Lions 5 – Masters 4
Lions won the battle of the Bristol teams 5-4. Hitting for the Lions were Tyler Stevens with a double and single and Matt Bolster, Brett Cowan, Wilson Stevens with a single each. Hitting for Masters were Chad Hammond, Trey James, Cole Leeman, and Tyler Cheney with one each.
Masters 17 – Damariscotta Hardware 7
Hammond hit a double and four singles, Cheney a homerun and single, Leeman three singles, Austin Pooler a double and Brett McLain, James, Noah Dawson, Brandon Salerno and Kevin Fitzpatrick a single each in Masters’ win. Hitting for Damariscotta were Christian Miller with two singles, Cole Eugley a triple, B. Jewett a double and Zach Hagar, A. Powers and Nathan Osbourne a hit each.
Nobleboro 17 – Damariscotta Hardware 10
Nick Morton hit a double and three singles, Colton Spear two doubles and a single, Aaron McCullagh a double and single, Kobe Lincoln two singles, Jordan Metz a double and Ben Andrews a single for Nobleboro. Hitting for Damariscotta were Anderson with three, Miller two, and Jewett a double.
Nobleboro 12 – Damariscotta Hardware 1
Spear collected a 12-1 win for Nobleboro and hit a double and two singles, Jonah Cameron added three hits, McCullagh a double and single, Morton and Lincoln two hits each, and Ben Andrews and Calvin one each. Hitting for Damariscotta were Anderson three hits, and Miller two.
Nobleboro 18 – Wheels 2
Allen Hunter collected the win. Hitting for Nobleboro were Spear with a homerun and triple, Morton and Brady Leeman a triple and single each, Lincoln and Cameron two singles each, McCullagh a double, and Austin York and Metz a single each. Bryce Collamore picked up the only hit for the Wheels.