Bedford drops Babe Ruth 13s opener
Plymouth, Mass., scored in each of the first three innings Saturday and handed Bedford a 9-5 setback in the first round of the Babe Ruth 13-year-old New England Regional.
"That's big at this level," Plymouth coach Tony Coppola said. "We've been doing it with defense all summer.
Shortstop Grant Lavigne (coach's son) had a double, a triple and scored twice for Bedford, which had nine hits in the loss. Connor Collins also scored twice for Bedford, which trailed 9-3 after three innings.
"You make mistakes and have bad games you have to put it behind you," Kevin Lavigne said. "In my estimation the mark of a good team is one that bounces back from bad loses. Good teams don't lose those kind of games consecutively.
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