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Behind the two-hit pitching of Matt Winn and Noah Rennick, the Bulldogs of Cranston edged the Tiverton Tigers, 3-2.
Griffin Martin’s pinch-hit, two-run double in the top of the sixth inning allowed Cranston to pull ahead 3-1.
Reliever Noah Rennick, who allowed one run in the bottom of the seventh inning, held on for the win with five strikeouts in three innings of work.
The Tigers received solid pitching by Jackson Potts and Jameson Peckham. The duo combined to strike out eight batters and allow just two hits.
John Peligrino pitched a complete game five-hitter as Chariho squeaked by Slocum, 3-2.
Chariho 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 – 3 5 1
Slocum 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 – 2 5 0
Peligrino and Flynn
Perry, Daft (3) and Porter
Down 5-3, the Lions of Narragansett came roaring back with a five-run rally in the top of the seventh inning.
Jason Fera made his way on base via an error and then moved to third on consecutive hits by James Marsella and Colin Masseur. Then, Colin Leclerc singled to left driving in the tying runs.
With runners on second and third, Phil Ruhle doubled over the right fielders head driving in two more runs. Ruhle got thrown at third for the second out trying to stretch his double into a triple on a nice relay play by the Avengers.
Eddie Blessing then tripled to left center field and was driven in by Harry Loud who singled to right center field.
Leading the way for the Lions were Eddie Blessing (three hits), Harry Loud (three rbi’s), Robert Gamelin (two hits) and Colin Leclerc (two hits).
Narragansett 201 000 5 8 16 3
East Greenwich 000 500 1 6 9 1
Rocchio, Loud (6) and Masseur
Land, CJ Copolla (7) and Driscoll
Led by AJ Vieira’s pitching and hitting, the Tigers of Tiverton picked up their first victory over the year over East Providence, 11-0!
Vieira, who had three hits, picked up the victory by striking out eight batters and allowing just three hits in seven innings of scoreless work.
Led by the solid pitching of John Pina and the hot hitting of Will Cornicelli, West Warwick won their fourth game of the year over East Greenwich, 11-2.
Pina, who worked the first five innings, limited the Avengers to one run on three hits while striking out four batters.
Cornicelli reached base four times, collecting three hits, scoring three runs with one run batted in.
Defensively, Kyle Kortick who played shortstop the first five innings and centerfield the final two innings recorded three assists and three putouts.
West Warwick, also, received multiple hit games from Alex Pedus (2/3, one run scored and one rbi) and Jack Boulay (2/2, two runs scored and one rbi).
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