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Ryan Westmoreland of Portsmouth addresses the media at a press conference during his big night Wednesday. Photo by John Corneau/Lowell Spinners.

Portsmouth’s Westmoreland honored by Spinners (photos)

Portsmouth’s Westmoreland honored by Spinners (photos)

PORTSMOUTH — It was Ryan Westmoreland’s big night at LeLacheur Park in Lowell, Mass. Wednesday. The Lowell Spinners, the Class A affiliate of the World Series Champion Boston Red Sox, honored 2009 alumnus — and Portsmouth resident — Ryan Westmoreland with “Ryan Westmoreland Day,” retiring his No. 25 in a special ceremony. It was the first time the

Ryan Westmoreland with the Lowell Spinners.

Wednesday is Ryan Westmoreland Day in Portsmouth

PORTSMOUTH — Looks like Ryan Westmoreland will have his day in town. In recognition of having his number retired by the Lowell Spinners, the Town Council has proclaimed Wednesday, June 25 as “Ryan Westmoreland Day” in Portsmouth. The council presented a proclamation to Ryan’s father, Portsmouth High School varsity baseball coach Ron Westmoreland, at its meeting

Portsmouth's Derek Lima dives back to the bag to avoid a pickoff at first base. Photo by Jim McGaw.

Portsmouth downs Pilgrim, lives to play again (gallery)

PORTSMOUTH — You’ve never seen a coach so disappointed after his team won a playoff game by a seven-run margin. “I’m not happy,” said Portsmouth High School varsity baseball coach Ron Westmoreland following his team’s 11-4 win over Pilgrim High School at home Friday afternoon. The victory kept the Patriots alive in the Division 1 playoffs

Sam Banks (right) gets a fist-bump from teammate Alexander Kirby after scoring from third on a sacrifice fly by Peter Lowan in the fourth inning against Middletown Friday.

Portsmouth shuts down Middletown, 3-0

PORTSMOUTH — The Portsmouth Patriots varsity baseball team rebounded after a tough 2-1 loss to Barrington on the road yesterday to blank Middletown at home today, 3-0. Starting pitcher Alexander Kirby didn’t allow a run through the full seven innings, and the team found a way to manufacture runs through its small-ball style of play.

Patriots shortstop Evan Moore beats a North Kingstown runner to second base as he throws to first for a double play. Neil Powell is at right.

PHS baseball team downs North Kingstown

PORTSMOUTH — Solid pitching and timely hits powered the Portsmouth Patriots varsity baseball team to an impressive 4-1 victory against North Kingstown at home Thursday. Pitcher Sam McNally went the distance on the hill, yielding nine hits but no earned runs. He struck out four batters and walked two in seven innings of work. The Skippers’

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