Mancini Electric of Portland Bayside Little League recently won the city championship with a 15-1 win over Portland Dental Health of Portland North Little League. Michael Randall struck out 12 batters in a one-hit performance. Mancini Electric finished the season 15-1-1, while PDH wound up 11-5-1.
Front row (reclining): Nick Bessa.
Second row (kneeling) left to right: Devon Daligan, Hunter Stokes, Peyton Mitchell, Brady Boyle.
Third row (standing): Coach David Mitchell, Finn Katz-Cronin, Coach Dan Riley, Jonah Green, Liam Riley, Liam Niles (on back), Mike Randall, Brian Riley, Coach Steve Niles.
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