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Bellingham Cal Ripken squad drops two games at regional tournament

Bellingham Cal Ripken squad drops two games at regional tournament

Bellingham Titans in action at the Pacific Northwest Regional Cal Ripken tournament in Meridian, Idaho. July 24, 2014. Photo: KPUG/Photo Credit: Greg Malo

The Bellingham 11-and-under Cal Ripken baseball team suffered a pair of losses at the Pacific Northwest Regional tournament in Meridian, Idaho Thursday. The Bellingham Titans fell 11-to-10 in extra innings to the Bozeman, Montana club in a morning game. Bellingham dropped the nightcap game 4-to-3 to the defending champion and host squad Meridian

Bellingham is now 1-and-2 in tournament play. The Titans play Helena, Montana Friday at 4pm.

(KPUG Newsroom – Doug Lange)

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