Sunday July 21st

Bristol 6, Terryville 5 F10: The Bristol Greeners defeated the Terryville Black Sox Sunday afternoon 6-5 in 10 innings to improve to 12-5 on the season, while Terryville dropped to 14-5. Bristol’s starter Mat Niedzwiecki went 8 2/3 innings, allowing five runs (4 earned) and striking out 7. Bristol struck for one run in the third inning after Nick Palmisano walked and later scored on Steve Clout’s (2-5, RBI) single. Bristol struck for four more in the fourth when John Pastrynak singled home Marco Ross, and Jimmy Hahn cleared the bases with a double to deep left center field. Terryville scored one run in the fifth with an RBI single off the bat of Mike Morrison (2-4, RBI), and tacked on three more in the sixth with a clutch two run double to deep right field off the bat of Joe Deming (2-3, 2 RBI) to pull the Blacksox to within one. Terryville tied the game in the bottom of the eighth with a base hit off the bat of Tom Notchick. Tyler Wenz, who pitched in relief of starter Dave Alarcon, retired 18 of the first 19 Bristol batters he faced. Bristol recorded their first hit off Wenz when Clout singled with one out in the top of the 10th. Clout moved to second on a fielder’s choice, and, on a hard ground ball that kicked away from Terryville’s shortstop, Clout scored the go-ahead run for Bristol. Carson Helms closed the game out for the Greeners, in relief of Tyler bush who pitched a scoreless ninth to pick up the win.
TriTown 2, Bethlehem 1: Miles Scribner went the distance allowing five hits and striking out four. Casey McDonald and Joe Bunnell each had a hit and an RBI. Nick Chiovitti had two hits for bethlehem while Pat O’niell went the distance allowing six hits.
TriTown 12, Winsted 3: Jordie Scheiner allowed nine hits and struck out three to lead TriTown. Casey McDonald had three hits and three runs scored while Danny McCarty had two hits and four RBI. Zac Reinsdorf had two hits for Winsted.
Waterbury 1, Bethlehem 0: Ken Kerski pitched a complete game two hit shutout allowing two hits with eight strikeouts, Kyle Kerski singled in the game winning run in the bottom of the seventh inning scoring John DiGiovanni who singled to start the inning, Jordan Montgomery added two hits, Jon Conlon doubled for Bethlehem and Tyler Erickson took the complete game loss allowing six hits.