Sunday, June 6

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Brass City 4, Terryville 2: The Brew got two doubles apiece from Mike Padovani and Paul Novakowski in a win over the Black Sox at Fisher Middle School. Padovani and Novakowski each went 2-for-4 with a run scored. Padovani also drove in a run. Josh Coleman went 2-for-4 with a run scored while Mike Butkovic went 1-for-4 with a run batted in. Marc DiDominzio pitched five innings to pick up the win. Padovani picked up the save. Brass City improves to 4-1. Kevin Larose homered to lead Terryville (2-4). Pat Norton went 3-for-3 with a double while Tyler Wenz was 3-for-4. Billy Armstrong took the complete game loss for the Black Sox.
Waterbury 15, Prospect 0: The Wild scored six times in the opening inning against the Hearts at Municipal Stadium. Cody Kingsley led the way with three hits, an RBI, and two runs scored. Brad DiVito had three hits and three RBI. Chris Perrin (2 RBI, 3 runs scored), Fraz Kader, and Kevin Romero each had two hits for Waterbury. Anthony D’Daddona picked up the win. The Wild improve to 3-3. Prospect is 0-6.
Watertown Blaze 5, Burlington Hunters 0: The undefeated Blaze (6-0) took advantage of two hit batters, an error and Victor DeSimone’s RBI double to start out with a three-run lead in the bottom of the first inning at Watertown’s Deland Field Sunday morning. Tyler King (5 innings) and Alex Santopietro held the Hunters to four hits while DeSimone (2-for-2, 2 RBI) and his teammates, held to four hits themselves, jumped on additional opportunities (5 hit batters, 3 errors for the game) to add solo runs in the second and fifth innings. Pat Flynn had a double for Burlington, now 1-4.
Tribury Pavers 12, Mazda Dodge Red Devils 4: Complete-game winner Brian Cyr held the Devils to four hits over nine innings Sunday morning at Thomaston High School while Paver batters caught up with Mazda Dodge starter Justin Cherry in the fifth and sixth innings. Before that, Cyr (5 strikeouts) overcame control problems (9 walks) leading to a 2-0 edge for the Devils in the fourth inning, 3-1 in the fifth. Then, in the top of the sixth, the Pavers smashed through two relievers for eight runs on six hits and three walks. Taylor Searles (2-for-4) and Tim Rose each had two-run triples in the inning. Eric Villanova (2-for-4, 2 runs scored, RBI), Dan Perez (3-for-5, 3 RBI), Jamie Kimberly 2-for-5, 2 runs, RBI) and Jesse Bednar (2-for-5,double, 2 runs, RBI) joined in on a Tribury parade that totaled 14 hits. Mazda’s Derek Lemay had an RBI double and scored a run for the Red Devils. Tribury is 3-3; Mazda Dodge is 1-4.
Naugatuck Dogs 7, Torrington Rebels 4: Bob Augelli and Makey Cianciola (2-for-4, 2 homers) got the Dogs off to a great start at Rotary Field Sunday evening, with a back-to-back triple and homer run in the bottom of the first inning. Complete game winner Lance Stevens (9 innings, 6 hits, 5 strikeouts, 4 walks) held the Rebels at bay for three innings while Stevens (3-for-4, RBI), John Tenn (2-for-4), Matt Smolley (2-for-4, double) and Ray Ortiz (double) joined in for another run in the third, a solo homer by Cianciola in the sixth and three more runs in the bottom of the eighth. Torrington came back to a 3-2 deficit in the fourth, then tacked on another pair in the top of the ninth behind Darrin Gould (2-for-4, double) and Matt Marolla (2-for-4. The Dogs are 2-4; Torrington is 3-4.
Bethlehem Plowboys 11, Thomaston Spoilers 4: Bethlehem scored its 11 runs in the last five innings to take the win at Thomaston HS. Aaron Granahan (3 hits, HR, 2 RBI), Nick Chiovetti (triple, 3 RBI) and Tony Geraci (2 hits, RBI) sparked the offense for the Plow while Jason Krajeski picked up the win in relief. Joe Deming and Tim Hamel each had two hits for the Spoilers. Bethlehem improves to 4-2 while Thomaston drops to 3-3.
Wolcott Scrappers 10, Winsted Whalers 5: Zack Sehnal faced only 3 batters in 7 of his 9 innings thowing a complete game 4 hitter and striking out 6. Adam Lacapra and Eric Soucy each had 3 hits the lead Wolcotts offense. LaCapra had a two out single in the bottom of the 7th to tie the game at 5. Then Wolcott scored 5 runs in the bottom of the 8th inning to put it away. Ryan Andrade also chipped in with 2 hits and 2 runs scored. Chester Warner had a 2 run single and Charlie Putnam had a double for Winsted. Adam Piechowski threw the first seven innings striking out 7. Wolcott and Winsted are both now 4-2.
Amenia/Litchfield: Rained out