Tuesday June 21

Bethlehem Plowboys 1 Tri-Town Trojans 0

Plowboys win 1-0 over Tri-Town, Matt Sibilia threw a gem, taking a no hitter into the 6th inning, the Plowboys got a run across in the bottom of the 6th when Jarrett Michaels took one for the team in the shin, which lead to Joe Rupe beating out a bunt single and ole reliable Ricky Descoteaux got the runner from third in on a grounder to second. Isaiah Johnson shut the door in the ninth, Willy Yahn led off the top with a double but got caught in a pickle on a roller to the pitcher where Gabe Russo ran him down to get the first out, Johnson struck out the next batter, and then got the next go ground out to second to end the game. Bobby Chatfield was the hard luck loser going all 6 striking out 8. Plowboys are back at it Thursday night in Canton.

Thunder Ducks 14 Burlington Hunters 6

Shane Fusco was clutch at the plate with ducks on the pond on Tuesday, driving in five on two hits to lead Valley Ducks past Burlington Hunters 14-6 on Tuesday as Thunder is now over .500.  Fusco drove in runs on a in the second, a single in the fifth, and a single in the seventh. Both offenses were strong at the plate as Valley Ducks collected 13 hits and Burlington Hunters six in the high-scoring affair. In the first inning, Valley Ducks got their offense started when an error scored two runs for Valley Ducks. Valley Ducks tallied three runs in the seventh inning.  The offensive onslaught came from singles by Fusco and Steve Marinaro and a sac fly by Kyle Daddona. Frank Frosceno was credited with the victory for Valley Ducks. Frosceno lasted three innings, allowing two hits and three runs while striking out one.  Marinaro threw four innings in relief out of the bullpen. Valley Ducks collected 13 hits.  Daddona, Alex Hinkle, Fusco, Ty Pelletier, and Frosceno each had multiple hits for Valley Ducks.  Daddona led Valley Ducks with three hits in four at bats.  Valley Ducks was sure-handed and didn’t commit a single error. Hinkle made the most plays with  four.
Joe Cardaropli went 2-for-3 at the plate to lead Burlington Hunters in hits. 

Wolcott Scrappers 13 Brass City Vipers 3

Scrappers bats came alive with a 13-3 win over the Vipers. Caden Cloutier picks up his 3rd win of the year while Mike Pepe threw a shutout last inning to close the game out. Sean Jefferson was a double short of the cycle with a Home Run, Triple, and single tallying 5 RBI’s. Steve Urbanski also had three hits on the day including a home run and 3 RBI. Ron Losacano had a 3-RBI triple. Jack Drwery had a triple and Tony Broadhurst 2 singles.

Winsted Whalers 9 Canton Crushers 2

It was a standard start to the Whale vs Crusher baseball game. 1st inning, James Spirito got on with a single, Jack Rose put the ball in play to force an error and Matt Rose drove in the run with a single up the middle; Canton was now up 1-0 going into the bottom of the 1st. Luckily, the Crushers didn’t get the memo saying the Whale was hot. Through out the game, Jay Torres (2-4) would hit two triples and Justin Mohardt (2-3) would hit two doubles. Tim Smith was complaining about how he has square wheels, referring to his speed on the basepath, and the coaching said, “just hit stand up doubles.” He took that advice and hit two standup doubles going 2-3. It was never a dull moment because some of the Whale play with Canton during the fall. Between Jake Bryant doing great at the plate going 0-3, Bryce Tagliatatella chirping his own team, or Mitchell Gryniuk extending his hit streak while also starting a 3-game error streak, this was a great and fun game. Mark Cummings, who started for the Whale, would go 5IP, 0ER, 5 Hits, 2K and Peter Greenwood would come into close going 2IP, 0ER, 0 Hits, 1K. Final score, Whale 9 – Canton 2.

Amenia Monarchs/Naugatuck Nightmare

Game rained out in Amenia

Southington Gamecocks 11 Torrington Twisters 1

Game recap coming soon…

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