The District 2 Little League baseball tournaments continue to roll on at a feverish pace, with many teams still on contention for their respective district titles.

In 9- and 10-year-old action Tuesday, Rockland earned a 7-6 win over Camden-Rockport, while Waldo County defeated Waldoboro 14-7. Rockland’s win earns them a spot in Friday’s District championship, while Camden-Rockport moves to the loser’s bracket and will play the winner of Wednesday’s game between Knox Suburban and Waldo County Thursday at a site still to be determined.

Waldo County moves on to face Knox Suburban Wednesday, July 13 at 5:30 p.m. in Thomaston, while Waldoboro has been eliminated from district title contention.

In 10- and 11-year-old action Tuesday, Belfast earned a 14-4 win in four innings over Knox Suburban. Thus, Belfast will now face Waldo County for the District 2 championship Thursday, July 14 at 5:30 p.m. in Knox. Knox Suburban has been eliminated from district title contention.

In 11- and 12-year-old action Tuesday, Knox Suburban earned a 5-3 win over Camden Rockport and will now face Belfast on Thursday, July 14 at 5:30 in Thomaston. Camden-Rockport has been eliminated from district title contention. Belfast also defeated Lincoln County 15-4 Tuesday, eliminating Lincoln County from district title contention.

The following is a recap of reported results from District 2 Little League games played Tuesday:

Knox Suburban 5, Camden-Rockport 3 … At Thomaston in 11/12 action, Knox Suburban jumped out to a 3-0 lead in the first inning and never trailed, eliminating Camden-Rockport.

Titus Kaewthong (home run, double, single), Patrick Madden (single), Dallas Ball (single) and Hunter McDaniels (triple) led the Knox Suburban offense, while Jacson Mooers (double), Richard Vohey (double) and Cam Gushee (single) led the Camden-Rockport offense.

Jesse Fraser went the distance on the hill for Camden-Rockport, allowing six hits and three walks, with seven strikeouts. Kaewthong, Ball and Cammelieri combined to allow three hits and four walks, while striking out seven on the hill for Knox Suburban.

Knox Suburban took a 1-0 lead before Titus Kaewthong put two more on the board with a two-run home run in the first inning. Josh French drew a walk, stole second and later came in to score on a passed ball for the first run of the game for C-R in the bottom of the first inning.

Belfast 14, Knox Suburban 4 (4 inns.) … At Knox in 10/11 action, Knox Suburban ran out of gas after playing five games in seven days as Belfast cruised to a mercy-rule victory en route to the district title game.

Nathaniel Johnson and Skylar Perkins pitched for Belfast, allowing a combined six hits, two walks and two hit batters, with eight strikeouts. Dylan Taylor, Zack Collins and Sam Townsend all pitched for Knox Suburban, combining to allow three hits, 14 walks and one hit batter, with three strikeouts.

Leading Belfast at the plate were Stan Sturgis (single) and Tyler Bartlett (two triples), while Knox Suburban was paced at the plate by Laken Harrington (double, single), Mitchell DelFrate (single), Will Davee (triple), Townsend (single) and Daniel Peabody (double).

Rockland 7, Camden-Rockport 6 … At Rockland in 9/10 action, Rockland rallied from down 6-3 in the fourth inning and scored the game-winning run on a wild pitch as they earned a berth in the district championship game.

Leading Rockland at the plate were Connor McGonagle (2 singles, run), Bennett Penney (single, 2 runs), McGuire LeBlanc (single, run), Michael Dougherty (triple, single, 2 runs) and Trevor Reed (run). For Camden-Rockport, Noah Erskine (single, 2 walks, run), Sam Conlan (2 singles, walk, 2 runs), Cole Anderson (walk, run), Spencer Johndro (2 singles, double, 2 runs) and Nate Vonhonkuyzen (single, triple) led the offense.

Anderson went 2 2/3 innings for C-R, allowing three hits while striking out four. Vonhonkuyzen went the final 1 2/3 innings, allowing three hits, while fanning three batters.

Penney went three innings for Rockland, allowing three hits, while striking out five. Dougherty tossed the final two frames, allowing two hits, with four strikeouts.

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