Tri-Town 14, Farmingbury 0
Trojans starter Jason Patrick allowed two hits and struck out four over the first five innings before giving way to Andy Dooley. Dooley went three innings allowing two hits and striking out four before Wayne Brewington struck out the side in the ninth. Brewington paced the Tri-Town offense, going 3-for-5 with an RBI and three runs scored. Landon Gardella added three hits, drove in two and scored twice for the Trojans while Casey McDonald tripled and Jon Smart doubled.
Thomaston 11, Winsted 7
The Spoilers used an eight-run fifth inning to down the Whalers and win their first game of the year. Timmy Hamel was 4-for-5 with 2 RBI and Matt Gasparini tripled to lead the Thomaston offense. Joe Deming pitched the distance for the Spoilers, allowing seven hits over nine innings. Ricky Langer homered and doubled to lead the Whalers offense, while Charlie Putnam added a pair of doubles and 3 RBI.
Burlington 5, Wolcott 4
The Hunters’ Steven Popp smacked a two-out, two-run triple in the top of the eighth to give Burlington the lead for good and improve to 3-0 on the season. Popp was 3-for-3 for the game with a triple, double, 3 RBI and a run scored. Steve Dubois contributed offensively for the Hunters with three hits, including a double, a stolen base, and two runs scored. Ray Ricker earned the win in relief of starter Jay Pelletier. Pelletier allowed all four Wolcott runs in 5 1/3 innings, but none were earned. John Mittica came on in the 8th to notch a 6-out save. Zach Sehnal (6 K’s) pitched well for Wolcott in the loss who were led offensively by Ryan Andreade with a pair of hits and a run scored and Rob Silas with a double.
Brass City 5, Torrington 4
Tim McCarthy singled home Eric Rovinetti with the winning run in the bottom of the sixth inning and was also the winning pitcher in relief. Rovinetti had tied the game with an RBI double in the sixth for the Brew. Darrin Gould hit a two-run double for Torrington.
Bristol 16, Waterbury 1
Geoff Pierce went five strong shutout innings to pick up his first victory of the season. The Bristol bats came alive in the game, as they collected a total of 26 hits. Mike Zammett had himself a day with five base hits, while Dan Rosa, Doug Beaudoin and Pierce each added four of their own. Matt DiVenere and Dan Rosa pitched well in relief for the Greeners. For the Wild, Fraz Kader continuted his hot bat with another multi-hit game.
Terryville 8, Mazda Dodge 6
Mike Morrison 3-5 2RBI, Steve Tedd 2-5 (double) 2 RBI, Matt Radke 2-4 (double) 2 RBI, provided the offense while Dave Alarcon notched the win on the mound as the Black Sox won their first game of the year. Mike M’Sadoques was 2-2 with an RBI for Mazda Dodge. Terryville outhit Mazda 11-8.
Naugatuck/Tribury – Rained Out
Sunday, May 24
Tri-Town 14, Farmingbury 0