The quest for the coveted District 2 Little League 11- and 12-year-old baseball title is down to its final two teams.

On the heels of a 13-9 victory over Five Town in an elimination game Tuesday, July 11, Lincoln County punched the second and final ticket for the district championship game.

Lincoln County will now face Waldo County for the coveted District 2 crown Friday, July 13 at 5:30 p.m. at Petrillo Field in Damariscotta.

Should Lincoln County knock off Waldo County Friday in the double-elimination tournament, a winner-take-all final will be played Saturday, July 14 at 9 a.m.

The action has been fast and furious in recent days as Five Town posted a 2-1 win over Oceanside in an elimination game Monday, July 9 — one day prior to the Lincoln County/Five Town elimination contest.

The District 2 champions will advance to the state tournament, which will begin Friday, July 20 in Machias.

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The previous results included: Waldo County 5, Medomak Valley 4; Oceanside 4, Five Town 3; Lincoln County 6, Oceanside 1; Five Town 8, Medomak Valley 5 (Medomak Valley eliminated); Waldo County 6, Lincoln County 1; Five Town 2, Oceanside 1 (Oceanside eliminated); and Lincoln County 13, Five Town 9 (Five Town eliminated).

A list of area team members include:

Oceanside — Matthias McPhail, Evan Morse, Liam Porter, Brady Proctor, Gavin Ripley, Jacob Watkinson, Dylan Winslow, Daniel Butler, Connor Curtis, Jack Fifield, Dominic Frisone, Zak Higgins and Rhys Jones. The team is coached by Roger Porter, Bryan Morse and Jeremy Proctor.

Waldo County — Ethan Abbott, Drew Bagley, Brady Clements, Aiden Davis, Ashton Ellis, Michael Gould, Dakota Harriman, Noah Houghton, Noah Hurd, Calvin Jewett, Eli Veilleux and Levi Winslow. The team is coached by Brandon Hurd, Tony Bagley and Travis Veilleux.

Five Town — Aiden Aselton, Cameron Brown, Franklin Coffey, Landon Geis, Owen Hotchkin, J.T. Johndro, Ezra Landry, Owen McManus, Quincy Messer, Eli Pluecker, Charlie Pons, Owen Reynolds, Dominic Roy and Camden Simonton. The team is coached by Barrett Brown, Kenny Johndro and Carl Aselton.

Medomak Valley — Isaac Simmons, Isaac Bickford, Gabe Lash, Kyle Smith, Mike Sabiens, Kristian Shumann, Sam Moody, Aaron Reed, Jaiden Starr, Donnie Havener, Porter Gahagan, Connor Benner and Kory Donlin. The team is coached by Keith Simmons, Matt Lash and Matt Moody.

Lincoln County — Micah Tomasello, Lucas Houghton, Carson Hallowell, Kaden Bartrug, Tucker Stiles, Aidan Bryant, Gryffan Christian, Finn Harkins, Ryan Amaral, Gabe Hagar and Isaac Thompson. The team is coached by Allen Tomasello, Seth Hagar and Adam Harkins.

The following is a recap of recently-reported results:

Lincoln County 13, Five Town 9

At Damariscotta July 10, Lincoln County emerged victorious and punched its ticket to the championship game. Lincoln County scored nine times in the first inning and plated two more in the fourth and fifth innings, while Five Town scored two in the third, one in the fourth, four in the fifth and two in the sixth.

Leading Lincoln County at the plate were Bartrug (single, run), Tomasello (triple, 4 runs), Christian (double, 2 singles, run), Stiles (triple, single, 2 runs), Hagar (double, single, run), Harkins (double, single, run), Hallowell (single, run), Thompson (single, run) and Amaral (double, run).

Messer (2 runs, stolen base), Landry (single, 2 runs, stolen base), Brown (home run, double, 2 runs, stolen base), Reynolds (double, run), Aselton (single, 2 runs, 2 stolen bases) and Pluecker (2 singles, 2 stolen bases) led Five Town on offense.

Christian, Hagar and Tomasello pitched for Lincoln County, as the trio allowed seven hits and two walks, with seven strikeouts. Geis and Aselton pitched for Five Town, as the two allowed 14 hits and two walks, with six strikeouts.

Five Town 2, Oceanside 1

At Damariscotta July 9, a two-run single by Reynolds in the top of the fifth inning proved the difference as Five Town avenged its only loss of the tournament as it eliminated Oceanside from the tournament. Oceanside scored its lone run in the sixth.

Leading Five Town at the plate were Messer (single), Landry (2 singles, run), Brown (double, run), Reynolds (2 singles, 2 RBIs), Simonton (single), Aselton (single) and Hotchkin (single).

For Oceanside, Watkinson rapped the lone single and Fifield scored the lone run.

Watkinson and Jones pitched for Oceanside, as the two allowed nine hits and two walks, with 10 strikeouts. Brown and Aselton pitched for Five Town, as the teammates allowed one hit and two walks, with 14 strikeouts.

Oceanside nearly got on the board in the fourth when Watkinson rapped a lead single and made it to third base on an error, but Brown settled down and struck out the side — as he did and in the second and would again in the fifth — to get Five Town out of the jam.

Landry kicked off the top of the fifth for Five Town with a single and Brown reached on an error to put two runners in scoring position. That set the stage for Reynolds, who hit a two-run single through the right side of the infield to put Five Town on the board.

Fifield scored for Oceanside in the sixth to cut its deficit in half and the team got the tying run to third base — and the winning run to the plate in Butler, who hit a walk-off home run earlier in the tournament against Five Town — but grounded out as Five Town advanced in the tournament.

Waldo County 6, Lincoln County 1

At Damariscotta July 5, Waldo County bounced Lincoln County to the loser’s bracket with a five-run triumph. Waldo County scored two runs in the first, third and fifth frames, while Lincoln County’s lone run was plated in the fourth.

Leading Waldo County at the plate were Hurd (double, single, 3 runs, stolen base), Clements (single, 2 runs, 4 stolen bases) and Harriman (single).

For Lincoln County, Tomasello (single, run) and Hagar (single) paced the offense.

Stiles pitched for Lincoln County, as he allowed four hits and three walks, with 10 strikeouts. Hurd and Winslow toed the rubber on the  mound for Waldo County, as the teammates allowed two hits and no walks, with 14 strikeouts.

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