Sunday June 3

Winsted Whalers 5 Bristol Greeners 0
Winsted defeated Bristol 5-0 behind a strong complete game shut-out pitching performance by Austin Brochu. Brochu spread five hits out over nine inning and struck out five. Bristol was led by AJ Lorezetti who had three hits for the Greeners. For Winsted; Johnny Lippincott had 2 hits and 2 runs scored, Ricky Langer had 2 hits and 1 run scored,
Austin Brochu had 2 hits and 2 RBI, TJ Kent had 2 hits, 1 RBI and 1 run scored.
Blasius Chevrolet 5 Tribury Twisters 1
Gary Novakowski picked up his first win in Sundays game going 8 strong innings striking out 11. Justin McCullouch got the first run on the board with a home run to left. Fraz Kader lead the team with 2 hits while Mike Butkovic lead the game with 2 RBIs. Nate Zappone lead Tribury offense with 3 hits. Blasius gets back at it Thursday night when they face Southington.
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Terryville Black Sox 2 Wolcott Scrappers 0
The Black Sox improve to 4-0 on the season with a 2-0 victory over the Wolcott Scrappers. Kenny Kerski went 7 innings, striking out 4 while allowing 5 hits. Kody Kerski and Jake Kawiecki pitched the last 2 innings, striking out 2. The Sox were led offensively by Chris Ayer who had 2 hits and scored a run. Chris Callahan doubled and walked twice. Tyler Smith pitched well for Wolcott going the distance, scattering 5 hits while striking out 2.
Canton Crushers 2 East Mountain Cougars 1
Jake Bryant pitched a complete game for the Crushers giving up one run on four hits and striking out six. Justin Proteau pitched well for East Mountain going six innings with six K’s. Canton tied the game in the 6th inning on an RBI Double from Ben Sullivan and took the lead in the 7th off relief pitcher AJ Petrillo with a game winning single from Chris Vandebogart. Former Crusher Mike Bowes had two hits and scored a run for East Mountain.
Tri-Town Trojans 7 Bethlehem Plowboys 6
Trojans and the plowboys went to battle in an extra inning thriller. Trojans edging the plowboys 7-6 with a walk off single by Landon Gardella in the bottom of the 9th. Charlie Benson battled on the mound for the Trojans going 8 strong innings. Benson gave up 2 earned runs adding 8 ks to the mix not factoring in the decision. Trojans offense was led by Mike Grassi, Shane Bierfeldt, and Tom Troy. All of them added RBIs and 2 hits each. Bethlehem starter Musson was knocked out in the fourth, but Tyler Ericson came on in relief pitching a strong 6 innings. Miles Scribner was credited with the win for the Trojans coming on in the 9th. Plowboys were lead by Mike Milius who had a great day at the plate with 4 hits in the leadoff spot.
Valley Thunder 4 Burlington Hunters 2
Burlington struck first in the top of the first inning, Valley thunder came up in the bottom of the first behind Nick Forino (2-3 2 RBI’s sac fly) and Johnny Griffin’s (1-4) RBI singles and the Thunder held that lead the rest of the game. Danny Perez recorded his first win on his debut going 6innings allowing 2 runs on 3 hits. Tyler Pelletier received the save pitching 3innings allowing zero runs on 2 hits. Burlington’s Alex Stackpole went 5innings allowing Just 3 hits, Alex Hanson came into relief pitching 3innings allowing 1 run on 5 hits.
Tri-Town Trojans 5 East Mountain Cougars 3
Bobby Chatfield picked up the win against East Mountain. Chatfield pitched 6 innings with 7ks giving up 3 runs and Miles Scribner came in to hold down the 7th to get the save. Trojans offense was led by Danny McCarty, Mike Grassi, Kyle Osolin, and Joe Bunnell. All four chipped in at least 1 RBI. Justin Proteau led east mountain at the plate with 2 hits.
Southington 66ers 4 Amenia Monarchs 0
The Southington 66ers defeated the Amenia Monarchs 4 to 0 at Recreation Park in Southington on a perfect late spring evening for baseball. The 66ers rode the arms of Zach Albin (six innings, 5 K’s), Josh Dobratz (two innings, 1 hit), and Kyle Dube (one inning, 1 hit) and the bats of Pat Smith (HR, double, 2 runs) and Steve Roy (2 hits, 2 RBI). Patrick Raymond chipped in with a single and a walk.
For the Monarchs, Chris Reed pitched well as he allowed only 4 hits over 8 innings while striking out 6 and Tom Finnerty had two hits. Will Perrotti chipped in with a double while Ken Shufelt and Caleb Huff added hits. McKenzie Dunlop made the defensive play of the game leaping over the center field fence to rob the 66ers of a home run in the sixth inning. Leshawn Thrasher nearly robbed another home run to center field earlier in the game.
Saturday June 2
Litchfield Cowboys 4 Torrington Rebels 3
In blistering heat on Saturday, in the end the Cowboys came out on top with a walk off “2 run home run” in the bottom of the ninth inning by Drew Gauvain to win 4-3; following two great pitching performances from Torrington’s Chris Greatorex and Litchfield’s Steve Consiglio. The Cowboys struck first in the fifth inning with a run and then again in the sixth inning with a leadoff home run by Collin Dickinson that landed at the base of the hill in centerfield putting the cowboys up 2-0. The Rebels had opportunities to get runners across early in the game but Consiglio beared down to keep them at bay. Torrington finally reached Consiglio in the eighth inning as they knocked in three runs with Nick Yousefzadeh, Chris Beck, and Robert Santiago getting timely base hits, taking a 3-2 lead at that time. Litchfield’s Alex Milne continued his late inning dominance on the mound taking over to stop the bleeding before Gauvain’s blast ended the game. Overall great game by both squads.