Sunday July 17

Bethlehem Plowboys 8 Wolcott Scrappers 7

Plowboys beat the scrappy Wolcott Scrappers 8-7 in a thriller at the Wolcott BAW. Jason Johnson got the start for Plow going 3 innings allowing 1 run on 2 hits striking out 5. Dan Keckler came on in relief and held off a late rally by Wolcott to secure the win going 6 strong striking out 12 scattering 7 hits and allowing 6 runs (3 earned). The plow bats were hot (as usual) Greg Campbell making his bid for MVP this year stayed hot going 5-5 with 3 runs scored while Joe Rupe and Ricky Descoteaux went 3-4 each. Matt Mancini and Jesse Swartout added 2 RBIs each as well. Wolcott had some great at bats throughout the game, Matt Warren, Jack Drury, and Ike Negretti each reached base 3 times and Tony Broadhorse, had the smack of the day hitting a triple in the bottom of the 7th with the bases loaded to cut the Plow lead down to 2. Wolcott made things interesting in the bottom of the ninth loading the bases and getting one across but Dan Plowboy’d up and struck out the last batter looking with the bases full to snuff out the comeback attempt. Play of the game goes to Ryan Reynolds in the bottom of the first going full speed into the wall making a spectacular catch, he only needed 3 stitches afterwards! The Plowboys wrap up the regular season in another big game against the number 1 seed Tri town Trojans. Anyone wanna sign Yahn before Thursday?

Burlington Hunters 5 Brass City Vipers 0

The Hunters won their third in a row by defeating the Brass City Vipers 5-0.  Taylor Donofrio goes the distance and picks up the win for the Hunters on the mound, striking out 6 and scattering 6 hits.  Justin Cruz, Chris Rossi, and George Zaruba led the way offensively all with multi-hit games.  Zaruba drove in 3 runs on the day including a key two out single and a line-drive home run to right center that drove in two runs, his third of the season.   

Game highlights include: Chris Rossi fell for a hidden ball trick and is still confused on what happened, Taylor Donofrio is a confirmed grown man, Joe Cardaropoli actually hustled, stealing two bags trying to impress his girlfriend in attendance, however, he can still not throw a ball in from left field, and the Hunters had their largest crowd of the season with 8 fans in attendance who heckled the team more than cheering them on.

Tri-Town Trojans 9 Torrington Twisters 3

Blasius Chevrolet/ Winsted Whalers

NOTE: Game cancelled as town shutdown Hotchkiss Field due to broken metal fence that must be fixed.

Amenia Monarchs 8 Southington Gamecocks 4

Canton Crushers 21 Naugatuck Nightmare 13

Canton Crushers stole the lead late and defeated Naugatuck Nightmare 21-13. James Michanczyk fresh off vacation took the win the Crushers. Jake Bryant, Jimmy Spirito, Matt Rose, Jeff Mulhall, Mike Scott, Heath Cotton, and Andrew Tremley all had multiple hits for The Crushers.  Jake Bryant went 4-6 with a HR and 6 RBI. Nightmare Angel Valentin, Masonet, Joshua Bologh, Christian Cuevas, and Brandon Spadalio all managed multiple hits for Naugatuck Nightmare.  Valentin went 4-5 at the plate to lead Naugatuck Nightmare in hits.

Canton Crushers 11 Naugatuck Nightmare 5

Canton Crushers nabbed the lead late in an 11-5 victory in game 2 Sunday night. Jimmy Spirito pitched a complete game victory allowing five runs on seven hits and striking out eight. Joshua Bologh took the loss for the Nightmare striking out three. Canton tallied 19 hits. Matt Rose, Sean Bahre, Mike Scott, Jake Bryant, Andrew Tremley, and Jimmy Spirito all had a multiple hit game. Valentin and Bologh collected multiple hits for Naugatuck

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