Thursday June 17

Amenia Monarchs 7 Southington 66ers 5

The Monarchs were able to pick up their fourth win in a row, improving to 6-1, holding off a tough Southington team 7-5. If you missed the first inning of the game you missed almost all of the offensive action! Southington would come out scoring 4 in the top of the 1st behind hits from Pat Raymond and Adriano Moura and some sloppy play by the Monarchs defense. Going down 4-0 in the top of the first was not what the Amenia Fans came to see so the Monarchs squad answered with 6 in the bottom half  to make the score 6-4. From then on the game belonged to the pitching and defense as both teams were able to scratch across just one more run a piece for the remainder of the game. Pat Raymond pitched well for the 66’ers going the distance giving up 7 runs on only 6 hits. The Dunlop brothers (Ginger bread boys) were able to hold off the Southington offense as starter Mackenzie Dunlop gave up 5 runs (3 earned) over 5 innings striking out 9 while allowing 4 hits. Little Brother Colby shut the door pitching the 6th and 7th striking out 6 giving up just one hit. Monarchs were led offensively by Colby Dunlop, 2-2, and Ethan Lounsbury, 1-3 3 RBI’s.

Bethlehem Plowboys 11 Wolcott Scrappers 0

Plow wins 11-0 George Bielizna threw a 1 hit gem against the Scrappers going 6 strong striking out 7, Jon Wilson, Ian Schmidt, Matt D’Amato, Matt Tehan, and Jake Torrence all had 2 hit performances to aid the plow attack, Torrence, Tehan, and D’Amato and Schmidt also all had 2 RBIs on the day as the bats stayed hot for Bethlehem. Matt Warren for wolcott was able to get their sole base knock in the first

Tri-Town Trojans 10 Valley Thunder Ducks 3

Bobby Chatfield had another great outing on the mound. He threw a complete game giving up 2 earned and adding 5 strikeouts. Trojans came out swinging early scoring 5 runs in the 2nd and 3rd innings. Trojans attack was led by Austin “Peggy” Patenaude (2-4, Run, 2 RBIs) and Brad Ellis (2-3, triple, double, SB, 2 Runs). Nick Sordi added another multiple hit game to his year for the Trojans. The Ducks offense was led by Forino who crushed a triple to left and added a double to finish 2-3 for the day.

Winsted Whalers 3 Burlington Hunters 2

The Whalers could not keep the top and the bottom of the inning straight on Thursday night as Burlington hosted Winsted at Walker Field? Wait, what?
Anyway, it was a classic pitcher’s duel.  Burlington’s Coutore tossed 4 innings of 3 run baseball, spreading out 5 hits and striking out 5.  Burlington’s reliver continued the trend with 3 scoreless, hitless innings. Not to be out done, Winsted’s Mitch Gryniuk let out a Whale Noise and threw 115 pitches through 7 innings.  He gave up only 2 runs on 5 hits and struck out 6. Burlington was lead at the plate by Andrew Bunger, 3-4, 2RBI while Winsted’s Mark Cummings (2-3, RBI) lead the Whaler offense. Other highlights include Winsted’s Chester “Don’t Call Me Coach” Warner finding his second calling in keeping the scorebook.
Winsted is back in action on Saturday at Walker field hosting the Scrappers, then they are off to Amenia on Tuesday (6/22) night. The Hunters meanwhile continued their torrid pace of winning the “after game parking lots” with lots of refreshments.

Terryville Black Sox 7 Blasius Chevrolet 0

With the Tri-State MVP front runner Andrew Hinckley out with an injury, the Black Sox bats stepped up to cruise to a 7-0 victory over Blasius Chevrolet and improving to 7-0 on the season.  Kody Kerski went 6 strong innings allowing 3 hits while striking out 7 before giving way to Kyle Dube in the 7th.  The Sox bats remained hot pounding 9 hits including 4 doubles and a home run.  The offense was led by Mike Vaccerelli with 3 hits including 2 doubles, Gavin Lavallee with a double, home run and 3 RBI and Chris Ayer who was on-base all 4 at bats and added an RBI.  Kyle Skidmore and Tom Curtin led the post-game celebration with 2 flips each!  The Sox are off until Tuesday when they will take on Torrington at 7pm at Fuessenich Park.

Twisters 9 Canton Crushers 2

The Twisters defeated the Canton Crushers on Thursday night in a hotly contested game at Fuessenich Park in Torrington. The Twisters received a great 3 2/3 inning relief performance from Jake Reynolds who allowed only 2 hits and struck out 6.
Kyle Matthews started on the bump and threw well for the Twisters. The Twisters bats showed some life with Matthews and the return from injury of DJ “Sniper” Reynolds  who both had 2 knocks. Owen Spino doubled twice and hit seeds all night to lead the team. Marcus Bloom  played a solid 1st base and scored twice.
The Crushers were led by Taylor Riley who was crafty as usual on the mound. Jack Benham was stellar defensively catching  and Andrew Trembley had 2 hits .

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