JHS softball, baseball on win streaks


The Johnston softball team has taken a few bumps in recent weeks but got back on track with a dominant 13-0 shutout win over Burrillville on Monday.
Haley Boudreau was lights out in the circle, pitching five shutout innings and racking up 12 strikeouts while only allowing two hits and one walk.
The top of the Johnston lineup came through on offense, with Boudreau, Alexia DiLorenzo and Arianna Velasquez all driving in three runs. Kalyn Foster also delivered a trio of RBI in the win.
It was the team’s second straight win after beating Middletown 8-1 last week.
Boudreau finished the day with a whopping 16 strikeouts in the circle against the Islanders, allowing no earned runs and just three hits. Velasquez led the way offensively with a pair of RBI while Foster, Madison Campano, Jadyn Giroux and Moriah Fleury also knocked in runs.
Johnston faced Westerly on Wednesday, but the results were not available at press time.

The Johnston baseball team rolled to its fourth straight win on Tuesday when it shut out Chariho 10-0.
Emmanuel Rios was stellar on the mound and earned the win. He pitched all five innings, allowing no runs, three hits and striking out five batters.
Matt Clements and Dean Paris each knocked in a pair of runs while Ethan Bracey, Chris Civetti and Dylan Guernon also drove in runs.
The Panthers also beat Mount St. Charles 10-0 the previous game.
Bracey got the win for Johnston on the mound, pitching five innings and allowing no runs and striking out three batters. Clements had a monster day at the plate, going 3-for-4 with five runs batted in.
The streak has pushed the Panthers to fourth place in Division II and they will next be in action when they travel to Chariho on Thursday.


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