Following Saturday finals: The Top 4 seeds will be: Terryville Black Sox, Tri-Town Trojans, Blasius Chevrolet, Litchfield Cowboys. As for the rest of the playoffs – the final 8 seeds have yet to be determined including home field advantage in the first round of the Tri-State Playoffs. Game recaps will be posted early Sunday morning.
Northwest Orioles 7 Naugatuck Dogs 4 (Friday night)
Northwest Orioles defeated Naugatuck 7 to 4. Anthony Lupiani got the win pitching 5 innings, giving up 4 runs on three hits. The offense was lead by Mike Goretti 2 for 3, 2 runs scored, and an RBI, Shane Callahan 2 for 3 with 2 RBIs, and Dan Litchfield with a clutch pinch hit double knocking in 2 runs in the 6th. For Naugatuck, K. Murphey had 3 walks and 3 runs scored
Northwest Orioles 12 Southington 66ers 4
An 8 run second innings propelled the Orioles to their 8th victory of the season. Mike Goretti got the win, giving up 2 hits and 2 runs in 5 innings. Jack Mcaullife lead the charge with 2 hits, 2 runs, 2 RBIs, and a double. Hayden Riva reached base all 4 at bats with 2 hits and 2 walks. For Southington, Eric Paddin had 2 hits and Ben Hampden had 2 walks and 2 runs scored.
Winsted Whalers 7 Torrington Rebels 0
Game recap coming…
Litchfield Cowboys 7 Naugatuck Dogs 6
Litchfield was able to solidify at least 4th place and a bye today winning 7-6 in a back and forth game against the Naugatuck Dogs. Steve Consiglio pitched a great game going 5.67 innings to get the win and Dan Hedden battling to get his first save of the season going 1.33 innings. Big contributors were Josh Guilmart going 2-2 with 2 rbis, Drew Gauvain 2-3 with an rbi and tommy johnson 2-4 with and rbi.
Wolcott Scrappers 9 Naugatuck Dogs 1
On probably the hottest day of the year the Wolcott scrappers bats were also hot defeating the Naugy Dogs by a score of 9-1 at the BAW. Wolcott had 12 hits being lead by Tyler Smith went 4 for 4 with 4 singles and 3 RBI’s, Matt Warren 2 for 3 with 2 walks a Homerun and triple scored 3 runs and had 2 rbi , Jack Drewry 2 singles , walk 2 runs scored and 1 rbi. Wolcott also had hits by Steve Urbanski, Jeff Nicol , Isaiah Negretti , and Mike Pepe. On the mound Wolcott had another great performance from Brendan Clark who pitched a complete game only allowing 2 hits , 1 ER and had 7 K’s. For Naugy , B Slattery had a solo homerun and Russel singled.
Tri-Town Trojans 2 Blasius Vhevrolet 1
Game recap coming…
Terryville Bloack Sox 10 Bristil Greeners 0
Jared Gallegher, Ken Kerski,and Dave Alarcon combined for a 1 hit shutout, Everyone in the lineup got a hit for Terryville. Jerry Lapenta had the lone single for Bristol.
Amenia Monarchs 8 Canton Crushers1
On a blazing hot Saturday morning in Amenia the Monarchs Cave away with a 8-1 win over the Canton Crushers. The Old Vet Travis Hyatt took the mound and in untypical fashion he was a sharp as a marble! But luckily, and also untypical, the Monarchs played stellar defense behind Hyatt and through 5 giving up 9 hits Canton only came away with 1 earned run. Monarchs would also show some appreciation for Hyatt’s 14 years of service by giving him a little bit of run support! Things started off slow for Amenia picking up 1 run in the 2nd of a single by Hunter Goodacre, and another in the 3rd and 4th. In the bottom of the 6th Little Andy Thrasher hit a 2 rbi single followed up by Big Kenny “I hit Dingers” Shufelt earning his name with a big 2 run blast! Asked afterwards Shufelt said he was aiming for an ugly Philadelphia Eagles pop-up in Left! Leshawn Thrasher came in relief of Hyatt and got the last 6 outs. For Canton Riley and Jimmy Spirito had 2 hits apiece.
Bethlehem Plowboys 3 Burlington Hunters 2
Plow wins 3-2 in an entertaining game in Bethlehem. Plow was led by Jon Wilson with 2 hits and 2 RBI. After taking a 2-0 lead, Burlington tied the game in 4th on a 2 RBI double by LoRusso, Teddy Gravel singled and Jon Wilson’s double brought in the go ahead run in the bottom of the 4th. Jason Clayborn threw a gem for Bethlehem throwing a complete allowing 2 unearned runs striking out 7 and working quickly in the heat. Jay Pelletier for Burlington finally got an at bat and got a base knock with a broken wrist.