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Led by the hitting of Colin Masseur (3/4, 2 rbi’s & 1 stolen base) and Zack Bianco (2/4, 2 rbi’s & 1 stolen base), Narragansett/South Kingstown defeated Coventry, 6-4.
Colin Martin, pitched the first three innings, allowed just one run. Gavin Rodman picked up the victory in middle relief and Will Rotelli pitched a scoreless seventh inning for the save.
Flood Ford improved to 7-2 on the year with a 7-3 win over the pesky Tigers of Tiverton.
Jonas Kendra picked up the win and Nolan Sion earned the save with two shutout innings.
Flood scored two runs in the fifth and sixth inning to break a 3-3 tie after four innings.
For the Tigers, Caiden Ibbotson had two hits.
Tiverton 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 3-6-2
Flood Ford 1 2 0 0 2 2 x 7-5-3
Tiverton: Viera, Ibbotson (2) and Wood
Flood Ford: Mitchell, Kendra (4), Sion (6) and Rego, Hornstein(5)
Led by the starting pitching of Matt Winn and the hitting of Colin Blessing, the Cranston Bulldogs improved their league record to 7-2.
Winn, who pitched four innings of no-hit ball, struck out six batters.
Blessing led the Bulldogs with two hits, two runs scored and two rbi’s.
Led by the precise pitching of Ty Condon, West Warwick improved their league record to 4-1-3 with a 8-0 road win over Tiverton.
Condon, who will enter his junior year at WWHS, struck out eight batters and allowed just two hits. In fact, Condon brought a no-hitter into the fifth inning before Doug Connors broke it with a bloop single down the right field line.
West Warwick took a 2-0 lead with two runs on one hit (Calvin Battersby) and four walks in the top of the second inning. Quinn Kortick, who called the game for Condon, picked up an rbi when he walked with the bases loaded, forcing in Sam Corrado.
Over the next four innings, WWCM knocked at the door several times, leaving seven runners stranded.
However, in the top of the seventh inning, they sent 12 players to the plate and broke open the game with six runs on six hits.
After Nick Brown doubled to start the inning, he moved to third when Liam Gravier reached on a bunt single and scored on a Kyle DaSilva rbi groundout to short. Andrew Sears followed with a walk. Both Gravier and Sears, then, advanced to second and third on a double steal. Sam Corrado lined a single to left field, scoring both runners for a 5-0 lead. A splurge of hits by Calvin Battersby, Dylan Lombari and Brendan Griffin finished the scoring to give West Warwick an 8-0 lead.
In the bottom of the seventh inning, Condon pitched a 1-2-3 inning, striking out the last two batters he faced.