The Warwick North Little League senior softball team is continuing its hot streak this summer as it won its first four games of the regional tournament in Massachusetts. The team is now just two wins …
The Warwick North Little League senior softball team is continuing its hot streak this summer as it won its first four games of the regional tournament in Massachusetts. The team is now just two wins away from punching its ticket to the World Series.
The team’s most recent win came against Stroudsburg in a 13-0 shutout win, where pitcher Haley Boudreau finished the day with a perfect game and racking up 16 strikeouts. Boudreau, Skyler Hawes and Reagan Motta all knocked in multiple runs to help pace North’s offense. North led 4-0 heading into the fifth inning and the bats would take off as they scored five runs in the fifth and four more in the sixth to run away with the victory.
North defeated Bristol 14-0 the previous game. Boudreau, Gretchen Dombeck and Emma Manzo were stellar in the circle, allowing just two hits and combining for 10 strikeouts. Domeck was dominant at the plate, finishing the day going 3-for-4 with five runs batted in.
North beat Massachusetts 14-6 in the second game of the tournament. Bryce Principe pitched a complete game while racking up 12 strikeouts. Principe, Lia Wasilewski and Dombeck led the offense, recording three RBI each in the win.
North’s first win came in a 10-0 shutout. Boudreau got the win in the circle, pitching four innings and allowing just one hit, no runs and striking out 10 batters. Boudreau also had a big day at the dish, going 2-for-3 with three RBI.
The team was slated to play its next game on Tuesday evening but the game was postponed due to weather. Play picked back up on Wednesday, but the results were not available at press time.
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