Saturday June 10/Sunday June 11

****All games rained out on Tuesday June 12th – please check on a makeup date!!
Torrington Rebels  2  Burlington Hunters  0 (Saturday)
Dan Livingston pitched a five-hitter to lead the Rebels over the Hunters 2-0 at Fuessenich Park. Curtis Anthony had two doubles for the Rebels (2-3) and Nate Katz and Mo Anselem added a hit and an RBI apiece.
Litchfield Cowboys  13  Tri-Town Trojans  3 (Saturday)
Mike Odenwaelder had three hits and five RBI for the host Cowboys. Collin Dickenson added a two-run single for Litchfield and Joey Serafino allowed two runs in seven innings. Kyle Osolin had an RBI double and Danny McCarty an RBI single for Tri-Town.
Ansonia Valley Vikings  4  Lakeville Outlaws  3 (Saturday)
Kyle Georgia tied the game in the ninth inning on a single and scored the subsequent winning run on a passed ball as the Vikings edged the Outlaws 4-3. Ryan Geua picked up the win on the mound. Julian Sobin homered and Brandon Spadolino provided Ansonia’s key hits in their victory. Ansonia outhit Lakeville 9 to 6.
Waterbury Wild  7  Wolcott Scrappers  2
Waterbury was led by Ken Kerski and Kody Kerski on the mound, and offensively by John DiGiovanni and Fraz Kadar with two hits apiece and a two RBI triple by Jordan Montgomery. Wolcott was led by Adam Lacapra and Mike Vaccarelli each with two hits.
Winsted Whalers  6  Watertown Blaze  5
Winning pitcher Charlie Putnam went five innings giving up five runs, nine hits, and three walks. Adam Piechowski pitched shutout ball over the final four innings scattering two hits and Darren Gould keyed the offense with a first inning three-run home run. Ricky Langer (2B) and Charlie Putnam (2 RBI) had two hits each. Chris Comeau had two doubles for the Blaze and Delaney tripled while giving up five runs over eight innings striking out six on the mound for Watertown.
Brass City Brew  11  Prospect Chargers  0
The Brass City Brew jumped out to an early lead over the Prospect Chargers scoring 9 runs in the 1st and 2nd innings Sunday afternoon at Bucks Hill Park in Waterbury to improve to 4-2.  Steve Carosella (3-5, 2R, 1 RBI, & a double) started the scoring in the 1st with an RBI double.  Justin McCulloch followed with a 2 run homerun, and Mark DiDominzio (3-4, 1 R, 3 RBI, & a double) drove in the 4th run of the inning on an RBI single.  Brass City picked right up in the 2nd behind a 3 run homerun from Andrew Jones and a 2 RBI single from Mark DiDominzio.  The Brew would tack on 2 more in the 7th and 8th on an error and a sac fly.  Brass City pitching also had a day by shutting down the Prospect offense.  Tyler King and Mike Veronneau combined for 9 shutout innings allowing a combined 3 hits and 11 strike outs.
 Thomaston Threshers  10  Terryville Black Sox  4
The Threshers scored eight runs in the top of the ninth inning to win their first game of the season Sunday. Scott Bellemare’s RBI single tied the game in the ninth, and Kevin MacCallum’s RBI base hit opened the door to a huge Thomaston rally. Bellemare finished the day 4-for-6 with two doubles and two RBIs, while MacCallum went 3-for-6 with a double and a pair of runs batted in. Mike Masulli notched the win for Thomaston, striking out 10 in the complete-game effort. Dave Alarcon tossed eight strong frames for the Black Sox, but ended up with a no decision. Tom Knoch had two doubles and two RBIs for Terryville, while Billy Armstrong went 1-for-2 with a walk.
 Torrington Rebels  7  Ansonia Valley Vikings  6
 Alan Fredriksson doubled and drove in a run as the Rebels beat the Vikings Sunday evening at Fuessenich Park. Angelo Calabrese went 2-for-4 with a run for Torrington, while Curtis Anthony doubled and had an RBI. Ian Pierce tossed four innings in relief to pick up the win, giving up just one run on two hits while striking out five. Taylor Searles went 2-for-4 with a solo home run for Ansonia.
Bethlehem Plowboys  5  Bristol Greeners  0
 Jason Krajeski struck out six in an eight-hit shutout as the Plowboys blanked the Greeners at Muzzy Field. Jon Conlon blasted a home run for Bethlehem, while Pat Mcgee had a two-run single. Tim Hayes collected two hits to lead Bristol.
Naugatuck Dogs  5  Amenia Monarchs  0
Lance Stevens pitched a four-hitter with eight strikeouts at Rotary Field. Mackie Cianciolo led Naugy (5-1) with three hits, including two doubles, and an RBI. Ken Graveline also had two doubles and an RBI, and Jeff Sturm went 3-for-4 with two runs scored.