Thursday July 14

Terryville Black Sox  4    Lakeville Outlaws 2
The Terryville Black Sox hit the for the cycle as a team in the first inning, and three pitchers combined on a no-hitter in a 4-2 Tri-State win over the Lakeville Outlaws at the Old Terryville High School. Kevin Larose started the hitting with a triple, then scored on wild pitch. Joe Deming followed with a towering solo homer over the left field wall. Pat Mulcahy doubled and Pat Norton added an RBI single to complete the cycle. Mike Morrison had three hits and an RBI.
Rich Delservo started for the Black Sox (6-7) — but he had trouble finding the plate. Deming came on in relief and pitched. Billy Armstrong closed with two scoreless innings, which included five strikeouts. Armstrong struck out the side to end the game. Tyler Grant got off to a rough start for the Outlaws (0-13), but he improved as the game moved along. Lakeville scored its two runs in the second inning on a wild pitch and bases loaded walk.
Waterbury Wild  4   Litchfield Cowboys  3  
Julian Cruz picked up the win (5 innings pitched) and added two hits for Waterbury against Litchfield at Waterville Park. The loss is just the second for the Cowboys this year (13-2). Adam Claire tripled and had two doubles for Litchfield.
Brad DeVito also had two hits for the Wild (10-4). John Digiovanni had a key pinch hit two-run single for Waterbury.
Tri-Town Trojans 4   Thomaston Threshers 3
Tri-Town broke a 3-3 tie with a run in the bottom of the fifth for a win at Community Field against Thomaston. Andrew Osolin picked up the win for the Trojans (12-3). Osolin threw the first six inning and gave up three runs on six hits. He walked three and struck out two. Connor Murray pitched one scoreless inning for the save. On offense, Kyle Osolin was 1-for-3 with two RBI while Danny McCarty and Joe Bunnell also drove in a run. Steve Price doubled. Nick Lahoud, Casey McDonald, McCarty and Price each scored a run for Tri-Town. Nick Urso was 1-for-3 with two RBI for the Threshers (5-8). Eric Baba also went 1-for-3 and drove in a run. Andy Romano, Jay LaFontaine and Jordan Gomes each scored a run for Thomaston, which made eight errors in the game.
Amenia Monarchs 4   Burlington Hunters 0
Andrew Wolinski fired a complete game two-hit shutout for Amenia in a win over Burlington at Doc Bartlett Field in Amenia. Wolinski struck out seven and walked two in the game, which took only an hour and 40 minutes to complete. “He threw well,” Monarchs manager Tom Downey said. “He was in command all game.” On offense, Ken Shufelt doubled and drove in two while Jim Robertson added a double for Amenia (8-7). Andrew Bunger threw six innings for the Hunters (2-12), giving up four runs on six hits. Only one of those hits came after the third inning. Alex Hansen doubled for Burlington in the loss.
Winsted Whalers 6  Torrington Rebels 4  
Joel Castillo’s great catch on a line drive in the gap in the seventh inning cloed out Winsted’s win over Torrington at Walker Field in Winsted. Adam Piechowski faced one batter for the save after Dan Connelly threw the first 6.2 innings (4 runs, 7 hits). Connelly picked up the win. On offense, Castillo, Darrin Gould and Chet Warner all had two singles while Piechowski and Don Crossman added a double apiece. The Whalers (5-9) banged out 12 hits. Nine of Winsted’s 10 batters had a hit while 10 reached base at least once. Nick Ross doubled twice and drove in two while Matt Harrington added two singles for the Rebels (6-9).
Watertown Blaze  6   Wolcott Scrappers  2
Naugatuck Dogs  6  Brass City Brew  1
Naugatuck Dogs  3  Brass City Brew  0
Friday July 15
Watertown Blaze  7    Lakeville Outlaws  0