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Northmen come on strong, top Sentinels on the diamond

May 3, 2014

SMITHFIELD – After not having a competitive game situation for 12 days, North Smithfield High skipper Jon Leddy worried about his team being lackluster prior to facing Division II-North host Smithfield on Saturday.

Leddy had focused on keeping the offense clicking with plenty of batting practice; still he was unsure as to his kids’ collective mind-set.

He had reason to worry through the first four frames, when his Northmen left five on the bags while holding a scant 1-0 advantage.

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