WALDOBORO — Akira Warren of Hall-Dale and Brady Wildes of Biddeford turned in dominant pitching performances Tuesday to lead their teams to the Little League baseball state final for 11- and 12-year-olds at Clyde Sukeforth Memorial Field.

Warren scattered four hits to lead Hall-Dale to a 12-2 victory against Westbook.

Wildes allowed five hits and struck out 10 as Biddeford rolled to a 14-4 win over Bangor West in a game stopped in the fourth because of the 10-run rule.

Hall-Dale, with players from Augusta suburbs, will play Biddeford for the title at 4 p.m. Thursday. The winner will advance to the New England Regional at Bristol, Connecticut.

Wildes, who gave up four runs in the first inning, retired 11 of the last 12 batters to face him.

“I just got angry,” said Wildes, who struck out the final six batters. “I had trouble with my outside pitch.”

“We had faith in Brady,” Manager Joshua Edgerton said. “After that inning he came out strong. He came out firing. He gave us everything we wanted and more.”

Warren had to overcome two 30-minute delays to beat Westbrook. Play was halted twice following loud claps of thunder.

“He stayed calm, then he refocused once we got back onto the field,” Manager Ben Lucas said. “It took a couple of pitches and then he was back in the zone.”

“He had very good control, a nice fastball, a good off-speed pitch,” Westbrook Manager Rick Knight said. “You’re probably not going to beat him unless you have a pitcher who matches him.”

Against Biddeford, Bangor West scored its runs in the first inning. Carson Prouty and Isaac Bushway slammed back-to-back doubles to produce a 4-0 lead.

Biddeford scored four runs in the bottom of first to tie it. Matt Rousselle led off with a home run. Kurtis Edgerton’s double, Tommy Gonneville’s single and Will Harriman’s grounder produced another run. Scott Kelly and Cody Albert followed with run-producing singles.

Biddeford added four runs in the second to make it 8-4.

Two walks, an error and another grounder by Harriman produced the first run. Back-to-back triples by Kelly and Alex McAlevey and a wild pitch brought in three more runs.

Biddeford scored five in the third to make it 13-4. Rousselle doubled in a run, Gonneville hit a two-run single and Kelly added a two-run double.

Rousselle drove in a run with his second double of the game in the fourth to end it.

Hall-Dale scored eight runs in the third inning to move into a 10-1 lead.

Lindsey Bell, Logan Dupont and Sam Sheaffer came through with two-run singles. Ian Stebbins and Warren also drove in runs with singles.

Hall-Dale took an 11-1 advantage in the fourth when Thomas Trafton blooped a single into right to lead off, moved to second on a wild pitch and came home when Warren grounded an opposite-field single past first.

Westbrook scored a run in the bottom of the fourth to avoid the 10-run rule.

Braden Demers led off with a double, moved to third on a wild pitch and scored when Kyle McKone grounded an opposite-field single into left.

Warren lined his third homer of the tournament over the center-field fence with two outs in the sixth to make it 12-2.

“Nobody expected us to win the districts,” Knight said. “We had to win three nights in a row to do that.

“Here, we didn’t play as good as a team. I think we were a little tired but I’m proud of these kids. They always gave me everything they had.”