Thursday, May 27

Watertown Blaze 11, Prospect Hearts 0:  The Blaze used four pitchers at Fuessenich Park Thursday evening to rack up 15 strikeouts while holding the Hearts to two hits. Prospect went the other way, giving up eight walks and six errors through the first two innings before reliever Dave Antonucci (7 strikeouts) could plug up the damage for Prospect. By that time, Watertown led 8-0 and the game was never in doubt. The Blaze scored six in the top of the first on three errors, five walks and a two-run single by Alex Santopietro. Chris Comeau had two of Watertown’s seven hits for the game. The Blaze is 3-0; Prospect is 0-3.
Amenia Monarchs 7, Burlington Hunters 6:  The Hunters and Monarchs traded leads at Doc Bartlett Field through six innings before Amenia’s Matt Hosier (3-for-3, double) drove in the winning run in the bottom of the seventh inning. Winning pitcher Joel Judson was also big at the plate (2-for-2, 2 walks), scoring the winning run for Amenia. Mike Moran homered for the Hunters, now 1-2. Jay McCluskey and Matt Arbarr doubled. The Monarchs are 3-1.
Bristol Greeners 7, Torrington Rebels 6:  After trailing all game, Bristol put together 3 runs in the bottom of the 7th to cap off the comeback against the Rebels at Muzzy Field and improve to 3-1 on the season. Shawn Mirmina singled in Bobby Hay with two outs in the seventh to give the Greeners the victory. Bristol was led by Dan Rosa (3-4, RBI), Matt Beaudoin (2-4, RBI), and Mirmina (2-4, 2 RBI). Dave Cassanova and Geoff Pierce each had a pair of hits for the Greeners. Mike Hay pitched five solid innings before giving way to Cassanova who picked up his first victory as a Greener. For the Rebels, Brandon Cordon pitched five solid innings, giving up just two runs. At the plate, the 2-2 Rebels were led by John Noack (1-4, RBI), Jerry Colon (2-3), and Dave Alexander (1-3, 2 RBI).
Tribury Pavers @ Bristol Greeners:  Game cancelled due to no power (no lights) at Muzzy Field following Wednesday night’s storms.