Blasius Chevrolet 4 Canton Crushers 1
Blasius closed out the regular season with a win they needed 4-1. Jay Lafontaine pitched 8 1/3 strong innings, just needing the help of a tough 2 pitch save from Gary Novakowski. The offense was lead by Fran Phelan and Jeff Fonti. The pairs pregame adjustments of going the other way and with a knee brace help them account for 2 runs and 2 RBI’s.
The win qualified Blasius for the state tournament which gets underway next Sunday July 28th. As always we want to thank our fans and sponsors for the support. The season could not have been the success it was without you.
Litchfield Cowboys 12 Wolcott Scrappers 11
Terryville Black Sox 13 Bristol Greeners 0
Naugatuck Dogs 9 Bethlehem Plowboys 5
Tribury Twisters 15 East Mountain Cougars 9
Tri-Town Trojans 9 Torrington Rebels 4
Amenia Monarchs 4 Burlington Hunters 1
Naugatuck Dogs 17 Amenia Monarchs 3
Southington 66ers 11 Valley Thunder 1
The Southington 66ers defeated the Valley Thunder 11 to 1 behind the hot bat of Adam Wilson (3 hits, sacrifice fly, 4 RBI) and five strong innings pitched by Joe Rivera (2 hits and 1 run allowed, 8 Ks). Contributing for the 66ers were Tim Jalbert (two hits, three runs scored, and an RBI), Matt Santovasi (two-run single), Patrick Raymond (RBI single, 2 runs scored), Carm Perugini (hit, 2 BB, and an RBI), Joe Daigle (hit, 2 BB, 2 runs scored), and Pat Smith (2 BB, run scored). Sean Rivera and Patrick Raymond each pitched a shutout inning of relief. For the Thunder, Ricky Parenteau’s RBI single plated Shane Fusco who reached on a walk.