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Here are the standings as of July 21, 2019.

Please report all of your scores as soon as you can after your games this week.

Including make-up games, the regular season ends on July 27, 2019.


Chariho 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 3 5 1
Narr 2 0 0 2 0 1 x 5 9 0

Chariho – Pelligrino and Carpenter
Narr – Ruhle, Rocchio, Cunningham, Loud and Masseur

After a shaky start Jamie Cunningham came in to pitch three scoreless innings of relief and Harry Loud got the final thre outs to pick up the save as the Narragansett Lions edged Chariho, 5-3.

Leading the way offensively for Narragansett were Eddie Blessing (2/3, one run scored), Phil Ruhle (2/3, one run scored), Jamie Cunningham (1/3, one double and one run scored) Harry Loud (2/3, three rbi’s), Eric Lindley (1/1) and Lucas Crook (one rbi).


Four Bulldog pitchers combined to hold off LaSalle 2-1 on a sweltering day at Fay Field in Cranston.

Ranier Vargas, Quinn Lanigan, Noah Rennick, and Matt Winn combined on getting the key outs when needed to allow the Bulldogs to run their record to 10-2 on the season.

The Bulldogs, who scored two runs in the first inning, received a timely hit from Noah Rennick (rbe double).


Warwick PAL 0 1 2
Flood Auto 12 12 2

Warwick Pal: Cole, Calvin (4) and Denton, Rossi (4)
Flood Auto: Kendra and Hornstein, Whalen(5)

Jonas Kendra struck out two batters and allowed just one hit in five innings of work to earn the victory for Flood Ford Auto.

Offensively, Flood Ford received hits from (Luis Vargas 1/1, one double and two rbi’s), Chris Scalzo (2/3, one rbi), Max Turner (2/3, two rbi’s) and Jack Hornstein (2/3, one rbi).


Tiverton earned their fourth win of the year over Slocum Baseball of North Kingstown.

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