Thursday, July 16

J.C. Hooks/Waterbury 8, Terryville 0
Ken Kerski pitched a 2-hitter with 12 strikeouts for the Wild (4-10).  He has 41 K’s in his last 20 innings.  Fraz Kader had two hits, John DiGiovanni had a double and Sean McCarthy drove in two runs for the Wild.  Steve Knutson and Joe Hartz had the Terryville (5-9) hits.
Brass City 7, Litchfield 3
The Brew jumped out to a 4-0 lead in the first inning highlighted by Paul Novakowski’s two-run single.  Eric Rovinetti added a two-run double in the fifth and Justin McCulloch contributed three hits with two RBI and scored two runs for the Brew (13-2).  Sean Keegan (6-0) allowed only one hit in six innings, striking out seven.  Brad Sincovic had a two run single for Litchfield.  Brass City pulled off the hidden ball trick to record the final out of the game.
Mazda Dodge 5, Winsted 4
Tim Collins stroked a two-run single in the sixth inning and Scott Bellemare had a pair of singles and scored a run for the Red Devils.  D.J. Dyer went the distance for Mazda Dodge (7-8) scattering six hits and striking out three.  Rick Langer led the Whalers (7-8) with three singles.
Tri-Town 9, Thomaston 1
Landon Gardella had two hits, including a two-run double, to lead the Trojans at Thomaston High.  Casey McDonald chipped in with two hits, including an RBI triple for Tri-Town (8-7) and Ben Levy added an RBI double.
Wolcott 4, Naugatuck 2
The Scrappers rallied for three runs in the bottom of the fifth inning to pull out the win in their rain-shortened contest at the BAW Complex in Wolcott.  Sal Messina went the distance allowing 2 runs and also singled, doubled, drove in a run and scored once.  Adam LaCapra doubled in the tying run in the 5th, followed with an rbi triple from Ryan Soucy, then an RBI single by Alex Narus to end the scoring. Bob Augelli and Ricky Delarosa each had RBI singles for Naugatuck.
Bethlehem/Tribury = Rained out
Amenia/Farmingbury = Rained out