Tuesday June 7

Litchfield Cowboys 7     Burlington Hunters 1
Litchfield’s Kevin Murray carried a perfect game into the fifth inning of a win over Burlington at Litchfield High School. Murray threw a complete game, giving up one unearned run on three hits while striking out five and walking none. On offense, the Cowboys (3-0) were led by Chris Beach, who went 3-for-4 with two doubles and two RBI. Kyle Weaver added a double and two RBI while Adam Claire singled twice and scored twice. Ed Pequignot added a double for Litchfield. Pat Flynn scored the lone run for the Hunters (1-4) on a throwing error. Steve DuBois had the lone hit.
Amenia Monarchs 7     Winsted Whalers 6
In a wild game at Doc Bartlett Field in Amenia, N.Y., Caleb Huff scored on a throwing error to give Amenia the come-from-behind victory. The Whalers made three errors in the final inning, allowing the Monarchs to score twice and overcome a 6-5 deficit. Amenia (3-2) was led by Tom Downey, who had a two-run homer. Andrew Wolinski pitched the final two innings to pick up the win. Winsted (1-3) was led by Chance Rueger, who smacked a three-run double. Ricky Langer doubled and scored the go-ahead run in the top of the seventh.
Watertown Blaze 6     Bethlehem Plowboys 0
Jay Spear gave up just four hits and struck out five in a complete game shutout against Bethlehem at Gallup Field in Bethlehem. The big inning for the Blaze (3-1) came in the fourth when they tallied four runs. Mike Mastrocola put Watertown ahead with a two-run double. A two-run homer by Luis Serrano made it 4-0. Brian Lemay and Justin Froese each had two hits, including a double. Eric O’Toole and Matt Parlatto had singles for Bethlehem.
Naugatuck Dogs 6     Brass City Brew 0  
Suspended in the top of 7th after lights went out. Game to be completed in future.
Prospect Homers  3    Thomaston Threshers  2
Sam Griffin doubled in one run and Dave Antonucci singled, drove in a run and scored a run to back the complete-game pitching of Mike Valente as Prospect (1-5) won for the first time this year. Tim Collins had a two-run triple and Mike M’Sadoques pitched well in a losing effort for Thomaston.