All-Star game cancelled

Due to the rain forecast for Saturday – the All-Star game in Amenia has been cancelled.
A future date has not been determined yet…

Thursday June 21

Bethlehem Plowboys 5 Valley Thunder 1
Tyler Erikson seven innings with seven strikeouts allowing one earned run. Matt Tehan 2-3 with a triple and two run home run. Jake Torrence and Teddy Gravel each with an RBI.

Blasius Chevrolet 1 Wolcott Scrappers 0 – 11 innings
Game recap coming soon.

Torrington Rebels 4 East Mountain Cougars 3
Game recap coming soon.

Tribury Twisters 3 Terryville Black Sox 2
Ben Guisto pitched 8 strong innings. Alex rauso had an rbi single and Nate zappone had two hits and a sac fly, while driving in the game winning run scoring mike rosa. Evan DeVico and Mike Rosa contributed with hits.

Burlington Hunters 3 Winsted Whalers 2
The Hunters are streaking! That’s two walkoffs in a row for the boys in baby blue. Thanks to some two out magic, Jay Pelletier dislocates his shoulder after waving Andrew Bunger home for the game winning run off of Ty Morin’s base hit in the bottom of the 7th. Ty Morin also threw a complete game on the mound to earn his second win. Ryan Lavelle went 2-4 and scored the tying run in the bottom of the 7th. Tyler Troth and Zack Martin did a fantastic job riding the bench. Cody Steinberg only fouled one ball off for the Hunters. Bob Hansen had perfect hand writing while keeping the book for the Hunters, with no erase marks. For the Whalers, Austin Brochu started on the mound and tossed seven quality innings. Andrew Billes drove in both runs for Winsted in the top of the 5th.

Naugatuck Dogs 7 Southington 66ers 0
Lance Stevens picked up the win allowing 3 hits and striking out 6 over 5 innings as the Dogs improved to 6-2. Ryan Plourde homered and Jeff Rustico added 2 hits while Trent Levi, Adam Neveski and Sean Miller-Jones each added RBI singles. Tim Jalbert singled and doubled for Southington who fell to 3-5.

Wednesday June 20

Blasius Chevrolet 10 Torrington Rebels 1
Gary Novakowski picking up the win going 7 strong allowing 3 hits and striking out 8. Blasius was led offensively by Conner Goggins and Justin Mac each having 3 hits and 2 rbi’s. Eric Rovinetti and Fran Phalan added 2 hits each. Torrington scored its only run in the first on a RBI single by Cody Lemieux. Blasius plays Wolcott Thursday at the Hotch.
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Tuesday June 19
Wolcott Scrappers 5 Tri-Town Trojans 3
Justin Koutros went the distance allowing six hits to pace Wolcott. Mike Vaccarelli, Ryan Soucy, Mike Perugini and Eric Soucy all had two hits to lead Wolcott’s thirteen hit day. Steve Price and Joe Bunnell had an RBI each for Tri-Town. Wolcott improves to 6-3, Tri-Town suffers first loss 8-1.

Litchfield Cowboys 12 Canton Crushers 3
Eddie Pequignot pitched masterfully on this Tuesday night holding the Canton Crushers to 2 runs on 4 hits over 5 innings. For the Crushers, Jake Bryant was 1-3 with 2 runs scored and Mike Trem added the third run going 1-2. The Cowboy offense was led by Justin Binkowski, 1-1 with an RBI followed by Mike Odenwaelder who hit a few balls out of the infield that resulted in 4 RBI. Other standouts include Stanley Rijo, 3-5 with 3 runs scored, and Pequignot getting a hit finally going 2-3.

Terryville Black Sox 8 Naugatuck Dogs 0
The Blacksox bats finally came alive in the 8th game of the season, pounding 11 hits in an 8-0 victory over the Naugy Dogs. Chris Callahan led the offense with 4 hits including a 2 run HR and 3 runs scored. Chris Ayer added 2 hits, 2 runs and an RBI and Kyle Skidmore remained hot going 1-2 with a 3 run home run and 2 BBs. Kody Kerski was dominant on the mound once again, scattering 3 hits while striking out 10 in a complete game effort.