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Narragansett beats SK National with big fifth inning

July 9, 2014

NARRAGANSETT - If the Narragansett’s 9 and 10-year-old All-Star Softball team wanted to make a statement in their first game of the District 3 Tournament, it was definitely made on Monday night.
In five innings, Narragansett cruised to their first win of the tournament against South Kingstown National, 17-5, on Monday at Tuckertown Park. Narragansett was able to pick up the win, scoring 11 runs in the fifth inning. Nine of Narragansett’s 11 runs were walked in by South Kingstown National. In her first game pitching five innings, Livy Waranis pitched a stellar game for Narragansett, striking out nine batters. In a game where hits were tough to come by, Katie St. Laurent had a big hit for Narragansett in the top of the third to help her team take control of the game.
For Narragansett to perform like this in their first game of the tournament, manager Kerry Langlois and coach Jody Waranis couldn’t be more proud of this team.

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