Focus Center For Autism
Tri-State All Star Game Saturday June 29
2:30PM, Fussenich Park

Thursday July 18

Tri-Town Trojans 8    Winsted Whalers 7

Game recap coming soon…

Blasius Chevrolet 14   Amenia Monarchs 2

Game recap coming soon…

Thunder Ducks/Canton Crushers

Game cancelled – Field unplayable.

Wednesday July 17

Games Wednesday Cancelled.

Tuesday July 16

Tri-Town Trojans 5   Wolcott Scrappers 3

Game recap coming soon…

Naugatuck 6   Tribury Cave 1

Kevin Murray pitched a complete game allowing 4 hits and 1 walk while striking out 11 to lead Naugy to a 6 to 1 win over Tribury. The Dogs were led by George Harlamon who went 1-1 with 2 RBI’s and Christian Cuevas 1-3 with an RBI single. Ryan Russell added 2 hits and Matt Lehane had an RBI double for Naugy. Rouso added two hits including a double and a run scored for Tribury.

Winsted Whalers 4   Northwest Orioles 2

On a hot evening in Winsted, the Whalers welcomed newcomers to the Tri State league, the Northwest Orioles. Northwest is based out of the Housatonic area, which is an area that Winsted traditionally draws players from. Playing with a chip on their shoulders, the Whalers were determined to show the Northwest players exactly what they were missing out on when they elected not to join the Whalers in 2019. Winsted promptly jumped out to a 2 run lead in the first inning and never looked back. Winsted was led at the plate by Johnny Lippincott (1/2, 2R). Also contributing a hit and an RBI each were; Austin Brochu, Tim Smith and Dan Williams. Austin Brochu pitched 7 strong innings for the Whalers, earning the win and keeping Northwest off balance. Northwest was led at the plate by NiLaChaine (3/3, 2-2b, 2R) and Cookson (3/3, 2-2b, 2RBI

Terryville Black Sox 11    Bethlehem Plowboys 1

The Black Sox pitching stays hot with Andrew Hinckley tossing 6 innings of 2 hit ball while striking out 10, on the way to an 11-1 victory. Gavin Lavallee led the offense with 2 hits and 5 RBIs including a grand slam over the trees in left field at Eli Terry. Chris Callahan chipped in with a solo shot, Chris Ayer had 3 hits and 2 runs scored and Kyle Skidmore had 2 hits including a double and 2 RBI. Matt Mancini went 2-2 with arun scored for the Plow. The Black Sox finish the regular season Saturday against the Bristol Greeners.with looking to possible clinch up a #1 seed for the playoffs that may come down to tie-breaker run differential on the season.

Canton Crushers 7   Torrington Rebels 5

Taylor Riley pitched a complete game Thursday night only giving up 4 hits Nick Michanczyk (1-3) 3B 3RBI Taylor Riley (3-3) Jimmy Spirito and Jake Bryant both had two hits for Canton. Torrington was lead by Shawn Grose (2-2) 2B

Litchfield Cowboys 10   Southington 66ers 2

Game recap coming.

Burlington Hunters 6   Thunder Ducks 4

The Hunters topped the Thunder Ducks 6-4 thanks to a stellar pitching performance by Ty Mornin going 5.2 innings. Alex “Cobb” Hansen picked up the save in relief. The Hunters were led offensively by Steve Caruso (2/3, SB, R, RBI) and Brian “How is he still playing” O’Leary who set a Tri-State Record for oldest player to hit a double at the age of 75. O’Leary also contributed with a HBP bringing his Total to 14 on the year. Bob “O-Pedic” Hansen made the bold choice of using a pen to do the book and in true veteran form did not cross out anything once. For the Thunder Ducks, Ty Pelletier started on the mound and quieted the Hunters bars for 4 plus innings. He also contributed at the plate (2/3, 2R). Joevanni Torres also has a big day at the plate for the Thunder Ducks ( 2/4, RBI, 2B)

Sunday July 14

Wolcott Scrappers 7    Bethlehem Plowboys 3

On a hot Sunday morning in Bethlehem Wolcott scrapper defeated the plow boys 7-3. Wolcott got another great start from Isaiah Negretti who went 6 innings allowing 5 hits, 1 ER, and 4 K’s. Jay Palais came into close out the game in 7th inning. Wolcotts bats came alive with several players having multiple hits. Brendan Clark went 3-4 with 2 singles and homerun 3 runs scored and 2 rbi, Matt Warren had a dble and homerun with 1 run scored and 1 rbi, Alan Stinson 2 singles 1 run, Mike Pepe 2 singles 1 run 1 rbi , and Ike Negretti 2 singles and 1 run scored. For the plowboys Drew Colaveccia allowed 12 hits , 6 ER and had 5 strikeouts. Colaveccia also had 2 hits with 1 run and 1 rbi, Justin Taylor had a dble and 1 rbi and Joe Fainer 1 hit, 1 rbi and 1 scored.

Bethlehem Plowboys 9   Winsted Whalers 1

Jon WIlson 3-3 with 2runs scored and 3 stolen bases, Greg Campbell 2-4 with 2 RBI’s, Justin Taylor pitched a complete game allowing 1 earned run, with 4 K’s only allowing 2 hits, while having 2 hits of his own at the plate and 2 RBI’s at the dish.

Terryville Black Sox 10    Burlington Hunters 2

Game recap coming soon.

Litchfield Cowboys 11   Torrington Rebels 1

Hot Sunday morning Litchfield closed out a 3 game weekend with another win, this time coming in a 8 inning run rule victory over Torrington. Koutros hurled another quality start going 6 innings 1 run and 7 strikeouts to pick up his 6th victory. Cowboy offensive contributions was spread out well with rbis coming from everyone in the lineup backed by great defense. Torrington pushed their lone run across in the second with a string of quality at bats. Cowboys next game comes Tuesday at southington.

Bristol Greeners 8   Tribury Cave 7

The Bristol Greeners defeated the Tribury Cave at Waterville Park by a score of 7-6. Bristol was led by Ryan Bodley with three hits, while Jerry LaPenta, Jake Dubrosky and Brandon Porrier all had two hits. Kenny Knox got the win in relief, pitching two scoreless innings. Tribury was led by Tom Rinaldi, who went 4-4 with a double.

Amenia Monarchs 6   Southington 66ers 0

The Monarchs were able to pick up their 3rd win of the weekend and 4th in a row Sunday beating Southington 6-0 at Doc Bartlett field. The Monarchs Ace Mackenzie Dunlop took the mound and asked his teammates to give him a little run support! Something the Amenia boys had failed to do in most of Mack’s previous starts. I little change in the lineup worked perfectly as in the second inning Leshawn Thrasher, 3-4, hit a single, his younger twin brother Andy Thrasher walked and Big Ken “Twinkle toes” Shufelt hit a double in the gap scoring the twins. Amenia would go on to add 4 more runs in the 7th with Tom Downey hitting a 2RBI single to give the Monarchs a little breathing room. Mackenzie Dunlop held up his end of the bargain and pitched a complete game shutout scattering 4 hits with 10 Strikeouts. Monarchs young 3rd baseman Nick Reilly had himself a day going 3-4 at the plate and looked like a vacuum over at the Hot corner. Nick Yousefzadeh pitched well for Southington and added hit. T. Williams, E. Padden, and A. Moura all added a hit a piece for the Sixers

Blasius Chevrolet 10  Thunder Ducks 0

Game recap coming soon.

Saturday July 13

Southington 66ers 6    Winsted Whalers 2

Pat Smith with two doubles, two runs scored and an RBI and Joe Daigle with a double, single, two runs scored and two RBI backed the pitching of Patrick Raymond as the 66ers defeated the Whalers 6 – 2 Saturday at Recreation Park in Southington. CJ Vasquez chipped in with two hits and an RBI, Nick Yousefzadeh added a double and run scored, Tyler Fernandes had a timely RBI, and Dave Randazzo added a single for Southington. Raymond pitched a complete game with 6 strikeouts. Smith’s defensive gem in right field saved two runs in the fifth inning. For the Whalers, Andrew Billis had two doubles, TJ Kent a double, Rick Langer a double and a sacrifice fly RBI, Mitch Gryniuk and Matt DeMartino two hits, Justin Lovetere a single, and Chester Warner an RBI.

Amenia Monarchs 5    Bristol Greeners 2

The Monarchs were able to pick up the win in the first game 5-2 behind a strong pitching performance by Travis Hyatt. The old Vet went the distance giving up just 5 hits and 1 earned run. The Monarchs were led by Big Ken Shufelt, 2-3 2RBI and Leshawn “Lee Lee” Thrasher going 3-3 with 1 RBI.

Amenia Monarchs 6    Bristol Greeners 3

Game 2 of the double header saw Amenia’s Willy “Let’s GO” Perotti stepping on the bump for the first time this season. He almost went the distance coming out after 3 batters faced in the 7th. Perotti got the job done picking up the win giving up 5 hits and 3 earned runs. Amenia’s offense would get it going a little in game 2 collecting 13 hits overall. Big Ken Shufelt kept his day going with a couple of hits finishing game 2 2-3 with an RBI. Chris Reed, Andrew “Pandy Bear” Thrasher, and Tom “Scoot” Downey added two hits apiece with Downey and Hunter Goodacre hitting triples. Going into the bottom of the 7th the score was 6-1. With the Bases loaded and no outs Chris “Crispy” Reed would come in relief for Perotti, making his first appearance of the season and getting the job done. Final Score 6-3 in favor of the Monarchs.

Northwest Orioles 9   Canton Crushers 0

In the first game of a doubleheader, Anthony Lupiani threw a complete game shoutout, allowing 4 hits and 4 walks while striking out 3. Spencer Cookson led the offense with 2 hits, 2 runs including an RBI triple. For Canton Jeff Mulhall had 2 of the 4 hits.

Canton Crushers 8   Northwest Orioles 7

Canton took game 2 to after losing game one to split a double header at Bowdoin Field Jimmy Spirito pitched a complete game beating the Orioles 8-7 despite a rough day in the field for Crusher defense. Canton hitting was lead by Heath Cotton (3-3) with a double and Taylor Riley (2-3) with a RBI double. Jack was (3-3) for the Orioles with a double

Blasius Chevrolet 7   Litchfield Cowboys 1

Litchfield Cowboys 8   Blasius Chevrolet 3

Game recaps comings…