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CALL's 10-11 team wins slugfest with Johnston

July 27, 2013

BRISTOL – The unimaginable happened to Cumberland American’s best on Saturday morning.
In their opening tilt of the R.I. Little League Major Division (10-11) Tournament at King Philip’s Roger W. Pigeon Field, three of manager Dave Belisle’s hurlers – including usually-stellar Nick Croteau, Addison Kopack and Sean Meers – had serious problems finding the plate, and Johnston took complete advantage.
That trio surrendered six straight walks, in the process digging themselves a 5-0 hole after the top of the first frame.

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