STANDISH — A bevy of Midcoast high school baseball players are slated to represent their schools — some for the final time — in three star-studded diamond contests.

On Tuesday, June 21 at noon, the 2022 underclass game — with freshmen through junior players eligible — will take place at St. Joseph’s College in Standish.

Mount View’s Noah Hurd will represent Waldo County on the American Team, while Mount View coach Brandon Hurd will be one of the team’s four coaches.

Medomak Valley’s Matt Holbrook and Searsport’s Cole Ellis will represent the National Team.

On Wednesday, June 22, a pair of senior games — featuring four teams loaded with players taking part in their final games for their schools — also will take place, with the Class C/D North versus Class C/D South game slated for 3:30 p.m. and the Class A/B North versus Class A/B South game set for 6:30 p.m., also at St. Joseph’s College.

Representing Class C/D South will be Searsport’s Josh Wright and Chase Brassbridge, while Searsport’s John Frye will be one of the team’s six coaches.

Representing Class A/B North will be Camden Hills’ Hunter Norton, Oceanside’s Connor Calderwood and Mount View’s Declan Knowlton. Camden Hills’ Ben Rollins will be one of the team’s four coaches.

Student-athletes selected by the Maine Baseball Coaches’ Association to play in the games may or may not participate.

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