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Bristol 11-12 year-old All-Stars end state tourney run

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Photos by Rich Dionne King Philip runner Shaun Garrity flips over the second base bag as Cranston Western shortstop Anthony Eucello attempts to complete a double play.

Photos by Rich Dionne
King Philip runner Shaun Garrity flips over the second base bag as Cranston Western shortstop Anthony Eucello attempts to complete a double play.

CRANSTON—The Bristol All-Stars lost to Cranston Western, 11-2, in the losers bracket final during the 2013 Little

King Philip third baseman Jack Seabst (left) and pitcher Sam Santerre collide while reaching out for a pop fly on the third base side in the first inning of their game against Cranston Western during the 2013 R.I. Major 11-12 All-Star Tournament on Tuesday night. The ball fell in and Cranston Western got off to a 3-0 lead in the first.

King Philip third baseman Jack Serbst (left) and pitcher Cam Santerre collide while reaching out for a pop fly on the third base side in the first inning. The ball fell in and Cranston Western got off to a 3-0 lead in the first.

League 11-12 All-Stars State Tournament at Cranston Western on Tuesday night, July 23, ending the district 2 champions historic run to the state tournament. Bristol started off the tournament with a strong victory over Coventry American, 10-5,  on Saturday, July 20, before losing to Lincoln, 11-0, on Sunday, July 21.

Bristol couldn’t over come the terrific hitting by Cranston Western’s Jake Proccacianti who hit a grand slam in the 3rd to give his team a 10-2 lead.

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