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The Tar Heel Ace

The Tar Heel Ace

Zac Gallen dominated in Chatham’s win over Orleans, giving the Anglers a familiar sight – an ace from North Carolina.

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T.J. Nichting had the go-ahead RBI single in Thursday's win.

No Homers, No Problem

Orleans star Kyle Lewis was in Omaha for the College Home Run Derby, but his Firebirds teammates had no trouble picking up the slack.

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All it Takes is One

All it Takes is One

Wareham had only one hit Wednesday night, but it was a home run that gave the Gatemen a 1-0 win.

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Will Haynie hit his third and fourth home runs of the year to lead Cotuit past Y-D 11-1.

Big Bats

Four teams broke out for big offensive nights, led by Cotuit and Bourne.

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Ronnie Dawson had two hits as Orleans topped Hyannis in a battle of first-place teams.

Top of the Heap

Orleans beat Hyannis Sunday for a split of the first two meetings between the division leaders.

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Bourne Identity

Bourne Identity

Bourne has won seven of nine since its shaky start.

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Jacob Noll had three hits Friday and leads the league in batting average.

Coasting

Florida Gulf Coast has had a big hand in Hyannis’ success, with Devin Smeltzer’s no-hitter and Jacob Noll continuing to stay hot.

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Parker Dunshee, pictured on the mound earlier this season, didn't pitch Thursday but scored the go-ahead run as a pinch-runner in the 10th.

Knocking on the Door

Chatham got its first shot at division leader Orleans and made it count in a 2-1 win.

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Celebrating for the Cavs

Celebrating for the Cavs

With Harwich alumni Kenny Towns and Joe McCarthy celebrating a national championship with Virginia, the Mariners grabbed a victory over Brewster.

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Tate Blackman and Falmouth shut out Wareham 4-0 Tuesday.

Storm Watch

On a stormy night that saw four games postponed, Falmouth shut-out Wareham to move into a tie for second in the West.

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