Caribou Little League all-star games set for Saturday

6 years ago

CARIBOU, Maine — The Caribou Little League’s annual all-star games are set for Saturday, July 7, at the Robert P. White Field.

The first game, to be played at 10 a.m., pits the American League’s top 9- and 10-year-olds against the National League’s best.

Members of the American League 9- and 10-year-old team are Landon Belanger and Caleb Levesque, both of Key Bank; Phoebe Butler and Landen Moutinho, both of the Tigers; Levi Cole, Trent Hersey and Carsen Richards, all of K of C; Peter Graves, Gavin Gorneault and Jayden Thompson, all of Acadia; and Owen Corrigan and Nic Plourde, both of Sleepers.

The National League 9- and 10-year-old roster is made up of Cayden Ala, Nolan Coon and Lily McCrossin, all of Maine Savings Bank; Brady Barnes, Christian Kelley and Colby Ouellette, all of Maine Veterans Home/VFW; Zay Gagnon, Declan Miller and Landin Spooner, all of Hannaford; Graedon King, Mason Mitchell and Ethan Willard, all of Hillside; and Kody Tracy of Police.

At noon, the 11- and 12-year-old all stars from each division will square off.

Playing for the American League’s 11- and 12-year-old squad are Blake Anderson, Keegan Brescia, Bryce Dillon and Jacob Walton, all of K of C; Alex Belanger, Keegan Bell, Matthew Pelletier and Landon Plourde, all of Sleepers; Emma Butler and Keanan Masse, both of the Tigers; Brady Jalbert and Parker Roy, both of Key Bank; and Blake Senal of Acadia.

The National League’s 11- and 12-year-old all stars are Dawson St. Pierre and Jesse Taggett, both of Maine Savings Bank; Reece Cavagnaro and Edison Sleeper, both of Maine Veterans Home/VFW; Joel Cormier and Phoebe Solomon, both of Hillside; Blake King, Jaden Picard and Lars Spooner, all of Hannaford; and Brayden Brescia, Griffen McNeal, Bryce St. Pierre and Landen Tracy, all of Police.