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Little League standouts from District 13

Key players from District 13 all-star baseball action Thursday night:

• Justin Ambrosino, South Brandon American (major). Ambrosino threw a six-inning shutout to earn a victory.

• Fisher Curry and Carter Fleck, Bloomingdale National (major). Curry and Fleck each produced RBIs in a key victory.

• Kevin Harris, Bloomingdale National (major). Harris tossed five innings of shutout ball in relief to record the win.

• Jonathan Register, South Brandon American (major). Register's two-run homer scored his team's only runs.

Thursday's scores

DISTRICT 13 ALL-STAR TOURNAMENTS

Senior baseball

Bloomingdale 7, South Brandon 1

Junior baseball

South Brandon American 9, Bloomingdale National 3

North Brandon 9, East Bay American 2

10-11 baseball

Bloomingdale American 5, East Bay National 4

Major baseball

South Brandon American 2, East Bay American 0

Bloomingdale National 2, South Brandon National 1 (11 innings)

Little League standouts from District 13 07/03/08 [Last modified: Thursday, July 3, 2008 10:58pm]
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