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The Valley Breeze Pawtucket 05-15-2019

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10 SPORTS & RECREATION MAY 15-21, 2019 | VALLEY BREEZE | PAWTUCKET EDITION Nault walked, and after a passed ball put runners in scoring position, Gia Porcelli, who ran for Costa, scored when Kasey Contreras' grounder was misplayed. Nault and Contreras then scored on an error by the center fielder, who dropped a fly ball. The Saints added two more runs in the third, but really broke out in the fourth as 10 players went to bat and scored four runs to finish Roy's day on the mound. Tori Jacques and Taylor Troiano began the rally with back-to-back singles, Jillian Serra hit a run-scoring double to left field, and Simonds also drove in a run with a base hit to left. "I thought Jillian hit the ball really hard," LaBree said. "And freshman Jordan Taylor also stung a couple of them. I'm glad to have her back. She was fighting the flu and she was out for about a week." Simonds, meanwhile, was on her game, as she struck out 15 batters, including six in a row, and walked no one. She gave up a leadoff single up the middle by Lexi Parker, a double to left in the fourth to Talia St. Angelo, and a two-out single to left in the sixth to Venturini. "Sami pitched well," LaBree said. "She pounds the strike zone like she always does. She didn't walk anybody and that's the key and she knows that. I've seen her throw better, but she threw well enough to win it. She keeps us in the game, and when they do make contact, we have a good defense, so she doesn't have to worry about that." The Saints were two days removed from their last victory, a 9-0 win over Toll Gate, as Simonds struck out 16 batters in pitching a five-hitter. Troiano led the way offensively with three hits with two runs batted in, and Serra added two hits and three RBIs. With four games left in his team's regular season, including Saturday afternoon's game at Block Island, LaBree wants to keep his players focused to win the division. "It's getting to that time of the year – school is ending, seniors want out, everybody's thinking prom – that they start to lose focus a little bit," he said. "We just have to keep them focused." SAINTS From Page 8 PAWTUCKET – Blackstone Academy Charter School will hold its 7th annual "Born To Run" 5K Run/Walk on Sunday, May 19, at 10 a.m. at the school's campus on 334 Pleasant St. There will also be a one-mile family fun run. The fee is $20 for adults, $10 for students, and no cost for children ages 5 and under. All participants will receive a T-shirt. Day-of-race registra- tion will begin at 9 a.m. Visit www.blackstoneacademy.org or call the school at 401-726-1750, ext. 102, to sign up for the race, serve as a volunteer, or make a donation to it. Blackstone Academy Charter School 5K is Sunday morning ACROSS 1. Maintains posses- sion of 4. Other side 10. Comedienne Gasteyer 11. Lawn buildup 12. Southeast 14. Negative 15. Greek temple pillar 16. Blue 18. Pointless 22. Complete 23. Supervisor 24. Where kids bathe 26. Radio frequency 27. Cruel Roman emperor 28. Young woman (French) 30. Within 31. Civil Service Commission 34. Sarongs 36. Father 37. It grows on heads 39. A Spanish river 40. Boundary 41. Contains music 42. Causes to feel sorrow 48. Used to restrain 50. Fictional kids character 51. South American country 52. Devote resourc- es to 53. Beginner 54. Everyone has one 55. University worker (abbr.) 56. Resist an attack 58. Unifying Chinese dynasty 59. Blood-sucking African fly 60. CNN's founder DOWN 1. __and her sisters 2. Smear or rub with oil 3. Holy places 4. Indicates position 5. Drives around 6. Price 7. Semiaquatic mammal 8. With three uneven sides 9. Sacrifice hit 12. Covers a wound 13. Jaguarundi 17. Works produced by skill and imag- ination 19. A way to improve 20. River along India and Nepal border 21. Hairnet 25. DePaul University athletes 29. Bachelor of Laws 31. Game of skill 32. Holy man 33. Cylinder of tobacco 35. Most ingratiating 38. Repeats aloud 41. Red wine 43. Debilitating tropi- cal disease 44. Entirely lacking 45. Female sheep 46. Where a bird lives 47. Stalk that sup- ports the capsule 49. Cutlery 56. Symptom of withdrawal (abbr.) 57. Delaware Answers to this week's crossword puzzle can be found on page 21. PAVING INC. Since 1935 •Asphalt Paving •Seal Coating •Excavating Free estimates Stephen Holmes II 401.722.7790 www.hanleypaving.com ASPHALT & CONCRETE SERVICES RI Reg. #382815 Midway Laundry 1818 Mineral Spring Avenue (Adjacent to North Providence High School) 401 563-3006 Brand New Machines Coin Operated - No Card Needed! FREE DRYING (with paid wash) OR Let us do it for you with our WASH–DRY–FOLD SERVICE Only 89 ¢ per pound (with minimum of 12 pounds)

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