made the biggest jump in the standings this week, moving from fifth to third place in the league thanks to a 2-1 record over the past seven days. Meanwhile, King Philip Regional
fell hardest in the standings, dropping from second all the way to fourth place after going 0-3 in the past week. Franklin
(13-1, 4-1) is the No. 1 team in Hockomock - Kelley-Rex.
The league's longest active winning streak belongs to the Panthers (13-1, 4-1), undefeated over their last 13 games. Three of those wins came in the past week, including an 11-2 win over Catholic Memorial School.
The Warriors' pitching staff dominated this week, allowing only seven hits and two walks, both of which led the league. On the season, King Philip Regional has allowed just 88 hits, while striking out 89 batters. Brian Crafton
leads King Philip Regional with 35 strikeouts in 28 innings.
The Warriors's Eric Cote
led the league in strikeouts this week with two. With seven strikeouts this year so far, he ranks fourth in the league.