While the regular season has wrapped for high school baseball players, a select few have a chance to represent their schools at least one more time in all-star games.

The Maine Baseball Coaches' Association will feature senior all-star games — separated into two games, Class A/B and Class C/D games — an underclassmen game and Maine versus New Hampshire game, set on various days.

The senior all-star games will be played on Thursday, June 20 at Colby College in Waterville, with the C/D game set for a 3:30 p.m. first pitch and A/B game a 6:30 p.m. first pitch.

The underclassmen game will be played on Wednesday, June 19 at noon at St. Joseph’s College in Standish.

Lastly, the Maine/New Hampshire game was Monday, June 17 at Holman Stadium in Nashua, N.H.

In the senior A/B game on Thursday, the Midcoast has one participant, Oceanside’s Ben Ripley.

This season, Ripley played third base, outfield and pitched for the Mariners and was named the team’s most valuable player. He had a team-high .423 batting average and 17 runs, had nine RBIs and stole all 13 bases he attempted.

For his career, Ripley finished with a .367 batting average, with 47 hits, 26 runs, 20 RBIs and 29 stolen bases.

In the senior C/D game, the Midcoast has one participant, Searsport’s Charlie Spiegel.

In the regular season, Spiegel pitched 42 innings and allowed 20 runs (4 unearned) on 25 hits and 12 walks, with 78 strikeouts for a 2.29 earned run average.

At the plate, Spiegel batted .528, with 19 hits (4 doubles, home run), 21 runs and nine RBIs.

In the postseason, Spiegel pitched 15 of the team’s 16 innings and allowed one unearned run, leading Searsport to the state Class D championship.

Spiegel, who also is a Mr. Maine Baseball finalist, participated in the Maine versus New Hampshire senior game.

In the underclassmen game, three local players also will take the diamond as Searsport’s Colby Snow and Daegan Moody will represent the South team, while Belfast’s Tanner Veilleux will represent the North team.

In the regular season for the Lions, Veilleux sported a .326 batting average, with 14 hits, seven RBIs and 12 runs.

In the regular season for the Vikings, Snow batted .370, with 17 hits, 18 RBIs and 21 runs, while Moody batted .250, with 12 hits, six RBIs, 21 runs and 18 stolen bases.

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