July 14

Pawtucket Times - - SPORTS - — By BILL MUL­HOL­LAND

1959 John Sar­tini drilled a two-run double and Earl Na­gle

fol­lowed with an RBI two-bag­ger scor­ing Sar­tini with the win­ning run as Carter Rice ral­lied for four runs in the sixth in­ning to edge Fer­land & Sons 5-4 in the Amer­i­can Di­vi­sion of the Dar­ling­ton Lit­tle League. Rick Quin­lan was the win­ning pitcher al­low­ing four hits, fan­ning nine and walk­ing eight. In Paw­tucket Lit­tle League play, Bill Hart­ley, the league’s lead­ing hit­ter, drilled a two-run sin­gle, Chuck Delobe laced an RBI sin­gle and Doug Hart­ley stroked a run-scor­ing double as Mal’s Baby Shoppe moved closer to the se­cond round crown by down­ing Albo’s Fur­ni­ture 7-2.

1969 Ed Dal­ton fired a no-hit­ter, strik­ing out 17 out of a pos

sible 18 bat­ters and fan­ning the first eight hit­ters to face him, as the Dead Sox nipped the Hustlers 1-0 in the Pee Wee B Di­vi­sion of the Paw­tucket Boys’ Club-Re­cre­ation De­part­ment Base­ball League. Los­ing pitcher Bob Jef­frey al­lowed only two hits and whiffed 11. In Mid­get Di­vi­sion play, Mike Halpin drilled a double and two sin­gles and John Tavares yielded only two hits, sin­gles by Char­lie John­son and Mike New­ton, as the Se­cret Agents ham­mered the 69ers 13-2.

1979 Mau­reen Mor­ris­sey’s team cap­tured three con­sec­u­tive

tie-break­ers to sweep its weekly matches in the Paw­tucket Re­cre­ation Di­vi­sion Ten­nis League. Mor­ris­sey started it off by edg­ing Kathy Kel­ley, 9-8, and Mae Du­rant nipped Sue Murphy by the same score. Then the doubles duo of Nancy Bal­dani and Glo­ria Ryan squeaked by Dot Charette and Pat Gan­non 9-8 to com­plete the most tightly fought matches in the history of the league.

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