The Freeport-Pownal Little League 10-11 All-Stars recently downed Cumberland-North Yarmouth 1-0 to win the District 6 championship. Freeport-Pownal went undefeated in the tournament, beating Gray-New Gloucester, Scarborough and Cape Elizabeth prior to the title game. Freeport-Pownal advanced to the state tournament.
Front row (left to right): Quinton Libsack, Nathaniel Cyr, Nathan Small.
Middle row: Peter Lamagna, Matthew Lapoint, Nate Stowell, Jack Davenport, Alex Libby, Eli Fox, Daena McClintock, Ben Humphrey.
Back row: Coaches Rich Lamagna, Bill Davenport, Alan Lapoint.
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