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Even in defeat, North Smithfield '9' have plenty to be proud of

June 18, 2014

PAWTUCKET – If his parents, or any others, could have heard the words spoken by North Smithfield High senior quad-captain/shortstop Dylan Narodowy inside McCoy Stadium late Wednesday afternoon, they would've expressed joy.

The Northmen had just sustained a more-than-crushing 3-1 loss to top-ranked East Providence in Game Two of a best-of-three R.I. Division II Tournament championship final set, but Narodowy maintained his poise.

His dream of earning a state title over, he remained a rock.

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