Bristol/Warren 11U All-Stars win District Finals

Posted 7/3/24

They now move onto the State Tournament after a convincing 7-0 victory over Barrington.

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Bristol/Warren 11U All-Stars win District Finals


The Bristol/Warren Little League All-Stars are moving onto the state tournament after a convincing 7-0 victory over Barrington in the District Finals on Tuesday.

Per the King Philip Little league Facebook page:

Bristol/Warren 11U All-Stars will head to the state tournament with their win over Barrington Little League.

In a thrilling Little League matchup, Bristol/Warren showcased their skills on both offense and defense, securing a well-deserved win. The game began with a strong start as Caleb Walsh ignited the scoreboard in the bottom of the first inning with a clutch single, driving in two runs. Shortly after, Mylo Vail's patient at-bat resulted in another run, putting Bristol/Warren ahead early.

As the game progressed, Bristol/Warren continued to assert their dominance, adding to their lead with another run in the third inning off a passed ball. Their solid defensive play was equally impressive, highlighted by Vail's outstanding performance on the mound. Vail pitched a stellar five innings, conceding only four hits while striking out seven batters and issuing three walks. Jack Duarte took over in relief, maintaining Bristol/Warren's shutout effort by throwing a scoreless inning.

Offensively, Bristol/Warren's lineup delivered with notable contributions from multiple players. Caleb Walsh and Tommy Carroll each had impressive outings at the plate, collecting two hits apiece. Kyle Surkont and JP Mansi added to the offensive effort with key hits of their own.

Walsh, in particular, stood out with his two RBIs, demonstrating his ability to perform under pressure as the team's cleanup hitter. Additionally, Cameron Cote, Lucas Hallam, and Jack Duarte each contributed an RBI, underscoring the team's balanced offensive strategy.

Overall, Bristol/Warren's cohesive performance in all facets of the game secured them a well-earned victory. Their solid pitching, effective batting, and strong defensive plays exemplified their dedication and skill on the field. With this win, Bristol/Warren will move on to the 11U state tournament.

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