Amenia Monarchs 5 Twisters 0
|Monarchs improved to 4-1 on the season with a 5-0 win over the Torrington Twisters. Mackenzie Dunlop didn’t allow a runner to touch second base as he struck out 10 while allowing only 2 hits over 6 innings of great work. Little brother Colby closed the door for Mack striking out all 3 in the 7th. For the Monarchs Will Perotti and Leshawn Thrasher picked up 2 hits a piece. |
Winsted Whalers 10 Blasius Chevrolet 2
|The Whale turned on the offense early on Thursday night (6/10), pounding out 8 hits and scoring 9 runs in the first two innings against Blasius starter David Vadnois. Lead at the plate by catcher, Lukas Gryniuk (4-4, RBI) Winsted would be put in check for the remainder of the game, only managing 2 more hits and 1 run off Blasius reliver, Phalen. Mitch Grynuik (yes, they are brothers) earned the win on the mound for Winsted, pitching 6 innings, giving up only 2 hits and 1 run on only 70 pitches.|
Blasius was lead at the plate by Trichilo (2b, RBI), Gary Novakowski (2b) and Fraz Kader (2b, R) who hit a ball that scraped the sky and would have easily been a home run at any ballpark in the US, Canada, Japan with a fence. Luckily for Winsted, Walker field held it and Kader settled for a double. Other highlights include Paul Novakowski dusting off (and disinfecting) his catcher’s gear for Blasius and The Whale sporting a starting lineup with an average age of less than 25 years old.
Valley Thunder Ducks 14 Canton Crushers 5
|The Valley Ducks moved to 3-2 on the season after a 14-5 win over the Canton Crushers. The Ducks exploded for 6 runs in the fourth inning after a triple by Donny Ek and doubles by Nick Forino and John McMahon to lead off the inning. Tyler Pelletier and Rick Parenteau each contributed 3 hits and 2 rbi apiece. Angel Valentin threw a complete game allowing 5 hits. The Crushers played a solid defensive game and manufactured 5 runs as a team.|
Tri-Town Trojans 14 Bethlehem Plowboys 2
Game recap coming soon…
Wolcott scrappers 9 Torrington Rebels 1
Game recap coming soon…
Terryville Black Sox 14 Southington 66ers 4
The Black Sox bats remain hot pounding out 18 hits and 5 home runs on the way to a 14-4 victory over the 66ers. Andrew Hinckley remains on a blistering tear adding a 4-4 day with another 2 HRs and 5 RBI, bringing him to 6 home runs and 19 RBIs in 6 games this season. Justin McCulloch added 2 home runs and 5 RBI and Eric Schlitter had 2 hits including a 3 run blast about 346 feet over the center field wall. Gavin Lavallee added 3 jam shot singles and Billy Armstrong and Mike Vaccarelli has 2 hits a piece. Kyle Dube, Jake Kawiecki and Dave Alarcon scattered 6 hits while striking out now and giving up 4 runs. Hoch for the 66ers had 2 hits.
Burlington Hunters 9 Torrington Rebels 1 (Friday night)
|The Burlington Hunters defeated the Torrington Rebels Friday Night thanks to a stellar start on the mound from Ty Morin. Morin Went 5 innings and held the rebels to two runs allowing 3 hits and striking out 8. Noah Shaw notched the rare 6 out save to close out the game for the Hunters. Burlington was led offensively by Steve Caruso (2/4, 3RBI) and George Zaruba (2/5, 1RBI). Zack Martin and Chris “I am a Real American” Rossi both scored twice.|