Bethlehem plowboys 12 Torrington Twisters 1
Plowboys win 12-1 over Torrington on a beautiful night for baseball at fussenich park. Kyle Banche got the start for the plow throwing a gem going all 7 innings striking out 7 scattering 7 hits and 0 walks on the bump. Jesse swartout hit a 2 run moonshot homer in the 5th as part of his 3- 4 day at dish and Chase Belisle went 3-4 as well scoring 2 runs. Isaiah Johnson, Greg Campbell, Jon Wilson, and joe Fainer all got on base twice as all the plow batters reached base atleast once. DJ Reynolds and Brandon Carr each got on twice for Torrington.
Valley Ducks 6 Brass City Vipers 6
Game tied after 9 innings and will be finished this week
Amenia Monarchs 7 Wolcott Scrappers 0
Tri-Town Trojans 8 Blasius Chevrolet 2
Winsted Whalers 13 Southington Gamecocks 4
Not much can get better than playing some ball under the lights. The Whale faced off against Southington at Waterville Park in a 7 inning game. Justin Morhardt started for the Whale and, being the seasoned Whaler he is, he made sure to give up a double and a single in the first inning to give up a run: the Gamecocks came ready to hit. To really, and I mean really prove himself as a Whale, he would also give up 5 walks for 5 IP. This and a couple of hits from Southington would amount to 4 runs over the course of the game. Justin would go 5IP, 2ER, 7K and 4 hits. His relief, Peter Greenwood, would come in, give up another hit, being .500 for the season, and close the game. As for the Whale offense, it came ready to go. Owen McMahon went 4-4, 4S, Tony Pucino (Greenwood’s brother) hit an absolute shot for someone who has the worst hamstrings I have ever seen, Mark Cummings hit a two run HR, which is still one more than Johnny Lippincott at 0 for the season, and Austin Brochu carried the team going 0-2.