ROCKPORT — The District 2 Little League ages 11-12 double-elimination softball tournament swung in on Saturday, June 25 at the Marge Jones Recreational Facility, as four area teams vied for the right to represent the district in the state tournament.

And, after less than a week of play, the tourney is down to its final two squads.

Scene from Medomak and Five Town on June 28 in Little League 11-12 softball in Rockport. Photo by Holly Vanorse Spicer

Medomak Valley and Lincoln County will vie for the District 2 championship on Wednesday, July 6 at 4:30 p.m. back at Marge Jones Field. Should Medomak Valley, which advanced through the winner’s bracket, lose that first game, a winner-take-all final will follow at 6 p.m.

The winner of the district tournament advances to the state tournament, slated to begin on Saturday, July 9 in Westbrook.

The district championship game will be a rematch of the first game of the tournament on Saturday, June 25, which saw Medomak swing to a 10-3 win over Lincoln. Later in the day, Five Town edged Oceanside 14-13.

The tourney action continued on Tuesday, June 28 as Medomak defeated Five Town 12-6 to advance to the title game, while Lincoln County eliminated Oceanside with a 22-2 victory on Wednesday, June 29.

Scene from Medomak and Five Town on June 28 in Little League 11-12 softball in Rockport. Photo by Holly Vanorse Spicer

On Thursday, June 30, Lincoln County won its second elimination game in as many days, this time a 12-3 victory over Five Town.

Team members for Medomak Valley include Maya Catapano-Kangas, Madelynn Cash, Alyse Court, Aubrey Court, Anna Reed, Grace Townsend, Paige Gerlack, Jennika Schumann, Kendall Wyman, Kyli Jones, Raquelle Ames, Ariana Pierpont, Olivia Campbell and Brianna Neal.

Team members for Oceanside include Charlotte Quinn, Alyson Colby, Abby Stackpole, Melody Deabler, Charlotte Stevens, Abigail Dennison, Payson Stackpole, Ellianah Sunderland, Maggie Gott, Kaylee Tolman and Audriana Hunsinger.

Team members for Five Town include Lana Young, Carly Fitzpatrick, Lydia Day, Gabby Martin, Maddie Fuller, Marguerite Worner, Marina Landrith, Catherine Leadbetter, Anneka Egeland, Grace Fenton, Iris Bolduc, Brooklyn Rollins and Evangeline Morneau.

Team members for Lincoln County include Lily Pinkham, Octavia Aurora, Eliza Chase, Grace Henny, Claire Ward, Josie Carr, Arabella Hodgdon, Brea Lafrenaye, Scarlett McGlaughlin and Olivia Ball.

The following is a recap of the first five games of tournament play:

Lincoln County 12, Five Town 3

At Rockport June 30, Lincoln County swung to its second win, which clinched it a championship-game berth. Lincoln County scored two runs in the first inning, four in the third, five in the fourth and one in the sixth, while Five Town scored two in the third and one in the fifth.

The Lincoln offense was keyed by Pinkham (3 singles, 2 runs), Ward (single, 3 runs), McGlaughlin (single, run), Ball (double, single, 2 runs), Lafrenaye (2 singles, 3 runs), Henny (single, run), Aurora (single), Carr (single) and Hodgdon (single).

For Five Town, Fitzpatrick (run), Leadbetter (2 singles, run), Rollins (single), Martin (single) and Worner (run) paced the offense.

Ball pitched for Lincoln County and allowed four hits and five walks, with 14 strikeouts. Worner pitched for Five Town and allowed 13 hits and seven walks, with five strikeouts.

Scene from Medomak and Five Town on June 28 in Little League 11-12 softball in Rockport. Photo by Holly Vanorse Spicer

Lincoln County 22, Oceanside 2 (4 inns.)

At Rockport June 29, Lincoln County eliminated Oceanside from contention with a lopsided victory. Lincoln County plated seven runs in the first inning, seven in the second and eight in the third, while Oceanside plated single runs in the third and fourth frames.

Lincoln was led at the plate by Pinkham (3 runs), Ward (single, 3 runs), McGlaughlin 2 runs), Ball (single, 3 runs), Lafrenaye (3 runs), Henny (2 runs), Aurora (3 runs), Carr (single, 3 runs) and Chase (single, run).

For Oceanside, Abby Stackpole (single), Deabler (single, run) and Tolman (run) paced the offense.

Colby pitched for Oceanside and allowed three hits and 20 walks, with six strikeouts. Ball pitched for Lincoln County and allowed two hits and two walks, with 11 strikeouts.

Scene from Medomak and Five Town on June 28 in Little League 11-12 softball in Rockport. Photo by Holly Vanorse Spicer

Medomak 12, Five Town 6

At Rockport June 28, Medomak pulled away from Five Town in the late innings and advanced to the championship round. Medomak scored three runs in the first inning, four in the second, one in the third and four in the fifth, while Five Town plated two in the first, one in the second, two in the fourth and one in the fifth.

Medomak was led at the dish by Townsend (2 singles, 3 runs, stolen base), Wyman (2 singles, 2 runs), Court (run), Schumann (single), Reed (single), Pierpont (single, run), Gerlack (triple, single, 3 runs, 2 steals), Neal (run) and Catapano-Kangas (run).

For Five Town, Fitzpatrick (single, run), Bolduc (single, 2 runs), Rollins (3 singles, run, RBI), Martin (single, stolen base), Egeland (run, 2 stolen bases) and Worner (run, stolen base) paced the offense.

Wyman pitched for Medomak and allowed six hits and 11 walks, with seven strikeouts. Worner pitched for Five Town and allowed nine hits and one walk, with four strikeouts.

Medomak 10, Lincoln County 3

At Rockport June 25, Medomak jumped to an early lead and never trailed in a triumph over Lincoln County. Medomak scored four runs in the second inning two in the third, two in the fourth and two in the fifth, while Lincoln County plated its runs in the third.

Medomak’s offense was led by Townsend (2 singles, run, stolen base), Schumann (triple, 2 runs, steal), Reed (single, 2 runs, 3 steal), Pierpont (single, 2 steals), Alyse Court (run, steal), Gerlack (single, run), Catapano-Kangas (single, run) and Campbell (2 runs).

For Lincoln County, Aurora (single, run, 2 stolen bases), Chase (run, stolen base), Ball (single, run, steal) and Ward (double, single, steal) paced the offense.

Ball pitched for Lincoln County and allowed seven hits and six walks, with seven strikeouts. Wyman pitched for Medomak and allowed four hits and eight walks, with nine strikeouts.

Scene from Medomak and Five Town on June 28 in Little League 11-12 softball in Rockport. Photo by Holly Vanorse Spicer

Five Town 14, Oceanside 13

At Rockport June 25, Five Town edged Oceanside in a high-scoring affair. Oceanside scored two runs in the second inning, four in the third, five in the fourth, one in the fifth and one in the sixth, while Five Town plated one in the first, seven in the second, three in the third, two in the fourth and one in the fifth.

Five Town was led at the plate by Egeland (run, stolen base), Landrith (run, 2 steals), Rollins (3 runs, 5 steals), Leadbetter (single, 2 runs, 2 steals), Fitzpatrick (single), Day (run), Martin (2 runs, 2 steals), Fenton (run, stolen base), Young (2 singles, 2 runs, 2 steals) and Worner (run).

For Oceanside, Payson Stackpole (run), Sunderland (2 runs, stolen base), Colby (run), Abby Stackpole (single, 2 runs, steal), Deabler (single, 2 runs, steal), Stevens (2 runs), Dennison (2 runs, 2 steals), Hunsinger (single, 2 steals) and Gott (run, steal) paced the offense.

Worner and Leadbetter pitched for Five Town and allowed a combined three hits and 17 walks, with eight strikeouts. Colby pitched for Oceanside and allowed four hits and nine walks, with 11 strikeouts.