Thursday, June 17

Naugatuck 11, Tribury 11 (tie): Game ended in a 7 inning tie. A real pitchers dual. Game will be completed at future date.
Amenia 6, Winsted 5: Matt Hosier scored Tom Downey Jr. with a sacrifice fly to edge the Monarchs past Winsted at Doc Bartlett Field. Amenia trailed 3-0 early, but Tom Moore’s two-run homer highlighted a five-run fourth. Winsted struck for two runs to tie the game at 5, but the Monarchs had the final answer in the sixth. Downey reached on an error, moved to second on a passed ball, then reached third on a ground out. Brody Fontaine pitched the sixth and seventh innings to pick up the win for Amenia (5-4). Chester Warner led Winsted with two hits. Adam Piechowski took the complete game loss for the Whalers (5-4).
Waterbury 4, Tri-Town 2: Ken Kerski pitched a 3 hit, 11 strikeout complete game to lead the Waterbury Wild to a 4-2 victory over the Tri-Town Trojans at Community Field in Litchfield Thursday night.  Kerski helped his own cause with 2 hits and 2 RBIs.  Fraz Kader and Kyle Kerski added to the offense in a 4 run fifth inning to give Ken Kerski all the support he needed. Connor Murray pitched well giving up just 5 hits in taking the loss. Jon Smart had two of the three hits for Tri-Town accounting for both RBIs. Waterbury is now 5-4 while Tri-Town drops to 3-5.
Bethlehem 3, Brass City 0: Tyler Erickson improved to 3-0 on the season hurling a complete game 1-hitter as Bethlehem improves to 8-2 on the season. The Plowboys managed just 3 hits of Brew starter Tim McCarthy but two went for home runs as Tony Geraci and Nick Chiovitti (2 RBI) went yard. Game was completed in 1 hour and 15 minutes. Eric Gormley had the lone hit for Brass City (7-2).
Burlington 10, Torrington 4: Burlington hammered away at two Torrington pitchers in a win over Torrington at Lewis Mills High School. The Hunters (3-5) had 17 hits. Scott McIntyre had four hits and four RBI to lead the Hunters (3-5) in Burlington. Jimmy Spirito added three hits inluding two doubles, and Matt Dablain added two hits and two RBI. Mike Morin chipped in with two hits and an RBI, and Kyle Cruz picked up the win, allowing just two hits and no earned runs in 4 2/3 innings. Tico Arcionega led the Rebels (4-6) with a three-run triple. Brandon Cordani added a double. Darrin Gould took the loss for Torrington.
Terryville 2, Litchfield 0: Dan Vaccaro’s fielder’s-choice grounder brought in Pat Mulcahy with the only run the Black Sox would need as Kenny Martinek pitched a three-hitter with 11 strikeouts and one walk in Terryville. Nate Robinson had two singles and Brian Quist doubled for Litchfield.
Prospect 10, Mazda Dodge 9: Spencer Griffin went 3-for-3 and singled home Mike Valente with the winning run for Prospect’s first win of the season. Griffin drove in three runs and scored twice. Jason Lane went 3-for-4 with one RBI for the winners (1-8). Dave Antonucci pitch 7 innings with 8 strikeouts.  Prospect had the lead going into the 9th inning 9-5.  It was then given up to Mazda when they struck for 4 runs and tied it up.  In the bottom of the 9th inning Mazda pitching shut down the lower part of the batting order.  The game then went into extra innings.  Mazda threaten to score with a man on third base with 1 out but Mike Valente shut Mazda down with 2 strikeouts to end the inning.  It was a race against the daylight, but it came down to Spenser Griffin with 2 outs and a 1-2 count with Mike Valente on 3rd and AJ Kulak on 2nd.  Spenser Griffin dropped the game winning hit in right field with an excellent diving effort by the right fielder.  Tim Collins had a triple and a run scored fro Mazda while Jordan singled and doubled.

Wolcott 5, Bristol 1: Ryan Soucy (2-for-3, double, 2 RBI), Brian Webster (2 runs scored) and Adam LaCapra (RBI) led the Scrappers to a four-run third inning, then tacked on another run in the fifth at Wolcott’s BAW Complex Thursday evening. Their work backed up a two-hitter by winning pitcher Omar Taveras, whose individual record goes to 3-0 with no earned runs in 22 innings on the mound. Dan Rosa doubled for the Greeners, whose unearned run came in the top of the fifth. Bristol is now 5-3; Wolcott is 7-3.