Killingly pg 9 4-13-17

By Ryan Rumrill
Town Crier Sportswriter
Bryan Albee follows up his first 13 strikeout game against Putnam with another 13 strikeout game against Griswold. The score was Killingly 5, Griswold 1. Hunter Yaworski added a pair of hits for the Redman and move their record to 2-0 on the season. 
Ellis Tech 7
Windham 3
The Golden Eagles took the field against the Windham Whippets and Caleb Deslauriers recorded seven batters in a shutout through six innings as Ellis Tech took their first win of the season. Ellis got great contribution from Dawson Laprise, who hit two doubles for the Golden Eagles in the victory. 
Killingly 3
Putnam 0
Killingly came into the game behind new skipper Todd Meadows and gave the ball to senior ace Bryan Albee who came out dealing, he struck out the first three batters of the game. The whole team was playing for the late Ryan French, and the Redmen rallied for the community. Bryan Albee went out and struck out 13 batters, Hunter Yaworski drove in a run on a double, and then stole second, then Nick Miner drove Yaworski in from second. Tyler Cournoyer added the third run of the game on an RBI single in the fifth inning, and Killingly closed out the 3-0 victory. Putnam pitcher Scott Davagian struck out five in the loss. 
Prep School Basketball
Plainfield alum, and PSA post graduate Liam Jacobs has chosen to commit to Div. 3 Lasell College to continue his basketball career for the Lancers. Jacobs was a very important piece for the PSA varsity squad where he totaled 30 3-pointers on the season and averaged 8.5 points and 4.5 rebounds during a 21-8 season for the Mustangs. 
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