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Pawcatuck rallies for victory

NEW LONDON — Wynn Hammond’s two-run, two-out single in the bottom of the sixth inning lifted the Pawcatuck/North Stonington 9-10 All-Star baseball team past Lyme-Old Lyme 14-13 in the District 10 Little League tournament Sunday.

Pawcatuck/North Stonington (3-1) scored three runs in the bottom of the sixth to earn the victory and moved to the semifinals on Tuesday.

Pawcatuck/North Stonington trailed 10-5 after 3½ innings, before scoring nine runs over the final three innings.

Hammond finished with three hits and had the only extra-base hit, a triple.

Brandt Ogden finished 5 for 5 and scored five runs. Dorian White added three hits, while Nakhi Snyder and Nate Petriel contributed two hits each. Creighton Wesson and Nate Cote also singled.

Wesson, who started pitching in the fifth, earned the win.

Pawcatuck/North Stonington will play in the semifinals on Tuesday in New London.

Mystic 9-10s................... 14

East Lyme........................ 1

MYSTIC — Jeffrey Lalima tossed a one-hitter as Mystic finished unbeaten at 4-0 in Pool B play.

Lalima also drove in three runs and had two hits. Mystic scored 47 runs in its four victories and allowed just 12.

Colin Anderson, Cam McGugan, Jason Erb, Caleb Mewha and Alex DelCampo contributed two hits each for Mystic. Both of Erb’s hits were doubles. Timmy Lynch also drove in two runs with a double.

The game ended after five innings by the mercy rule.

Mystic will play in the semifinals on Tuesday in New London.

Coventry American........ 2

Westerly National 10-11.... 1

COVENTRY — Coventry-American scored the winning run in the fifth and moved ahead in the District 3 winners’ bracket with Sunday’s victory in the District 3 Little League tournament.

Westerly National’s Philip Pedersen pitched all six innings with no walks and two strikeouts. He took the loss.

Devin Kazarian was 3 for 3, while catcher Lincoln Chagnon added a single and double. Jackson Shaffer, Koby Varas and Jared Keszyinki all singled.

Varas had two good catches in left field and Chagnon had a good defensive game.

Westerly (1-1) plays South Kingstown National Wednesday at 5:30 p.m. The site of the game has not been determined.


New London.................... 11

Pawcatuck 9-10s.............. 9

EAST LYME — New London score two runs in the top of the sixth and held off the Pawcatuck All-Stars for a win in the District 10 Little League tournament Sunday.

Ella Cook doubled twice for Pawcatuck, while Maggie Constantine singled twice. Shea O’Connor, Carli Constantine, Maggie Daley, Desiree Zaharie and Elaina Previty each had a single.

O’Connor and Previty pitched for Pawcatuck.

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