|Northern Connecticut Girls' Softball League
2013 12U DIVISION SCHEDULE and GAME SUMMARIES
* * All Games Begin at 6:00PM Unless Otherwise Noted * *
* * Playing Field is First Field Listed in "Locations of Playing Fields" Unless Otherwise Noted * *
- Tuesday, June 25th
Glastonbury 18, West Hartford 11.
- Thursday, June 27th
Hebron at West Hartford - postponed by rain to Tuesday, August 6th.
- Tuesday, July 2nd
Windsor at Hebron - rescheduled to Friday, July 12th.
- Wednesday, July 3rd
Enfield 24, Hebron 12.
- Monday, July 8th
Somers 15, Hebron 7. Somers shut the door early on Hebron, capturing a 15-7 victory at Field Road. The game was decided quickly as Somers exerted its will early with nine runs in the first three innings. First inning run scoring doubles by Sammy Gershowitz, Ally Petrella and Megan Gagne and an RBI-single by Seira Gareau put Somers on the board early. Somers was led by a flawless day at the dish by Seira Gareau, who went 3 for 3 against Hebron's pitching. Kylie Thompson got the win for Somers with a strong pitching performance. Hebron was led by Amanda Clifford and Riley Evingham, both with RBIs.
- Tuesday, July 9th
Northwest 20, Glastonbury 2. Pitching from Jana Sanden, Ciara Hale and Megan Griswold controlled the pace of Northwest's inaugural 2013 game. Glastonbury started the evening with a leadoff single, but strong defensive plays by Northwest's infield neutralized the rest of the evening's batters, including some snagged line drives. Penelope Rein, Kailey Langer and Danielle Negron each contributed two hits for Northwest.
Windsor 22, West Hartford 7. Player of the Game for Windsor was Maddy Klingel, who pitched two strong innings and had three hits and five RBIs. Solid contributions also came from Emma Capuano, who went 2-3 with four RBIs, and Daniela Rivera, who went 3-3 with three runs scored.
- Wednesday, July 10th
Somers at Enfield (EWS) - postponed by rain to Friday, July 12th.
- Thursday, July 11th
Northwest 8, Hebron 4.
Windsor 19, Glastonbury 12.
- Friday, July 12th
Hebron 6, Windsor 5 (1st game). (from 7/2)
Windsor 14, Hebron 11 (2nd game).
Enfield 6, Somers 5 (7 innings). (from 7/10)
- Monday, July 15th
Northwest 17, Glastonbury 0. Strong Glastonbury pitching kept it close until the 3rd inning, when Northwest put up four singles and two walks to break it open. Northwest had multi-hit efforts from Jana Sanden, Jillian Wexler, Danielle Negron and Abby Poirot. Megan Griswold and Ciara Hale combined in the circle for the shutout.
West Hartford 10, Somers 9.
- Tuesday, July 16th
Enfield 17, Windsor 8.
Glastonbury 13, West Hartford 12.
- Wednesday, July 17th
Somers 18, Hebron 12. The teams traded runs for most of the contest, leading to many lead changes in the heat at Veterans Field in Hebron. Kylie Thompson got the win in relief for Somers. Somers jumped out to an early 4-0 lead in the top of the first inning but Hebron quickly matched it with a strong inning scoring five runs of their own in the first. Somers pushed across four runs in both the second and fifth innings. Alyssa Milliken had three hits and scored three runs for Somers. Megan Gagne hit a 3-run homerun in the 5th inning to slam the door on a tough Hebron team. Sammy Gershowitz added 4 RBIs for Somers. Sydney Lambert had 3 RBIs for Hebron and Jordan Krup added two hits to keep the game close.
Enfield 18, Glastonbury 2.
- Thursday, July 18th
Northwest 11, Windsor 3. Windsor jumped ahead early behind strong pitching and defensive plays. Northwest pitchers Megan Griswold and Jana Sanden combined to allow only three runs in the game and were involved in the majority of putouts on the field. Molly Hale and Alicia Winn helped their pitchers defensively in a big way at second base, while Kaylie Langer and Sydney Sanden contributed hits for Northwest.
Hebron at Enfield - postponed by heat to Thursday, August 8th.
- Monday, July 22nd
Northwest 16, West Hartford 3. Defense was the name of the game - in the third Northwest ended the inning with one pitch, combining a strikeout and a missile from catcher Jillian Wexler to Anna King at third base to thwart a steal attempt for the third out. The fourth ended with a line out that was turned into a double play. Ciara Hale pitched four innings and helped her own cause with a pair of singles, while Caroline Germond cleared the bases with a stand-up triple. West Hartford's Lexi Nieves used her blistering speed to score in both of her plate appearances.
Somers 7, Glastonbury 0. (forfeit)
- Tuesday, July 23rd
West Hartford at Enfield - postponed by rain to Monday, August 5th.
Windsor at Northwest - postponed by rain to Monday, July 29th.
Hebron at Glastonbury - postponed by rain to Wednesday, August 7th.
- Wednesday, July 24th
Northwest 13, Somers 12. The bottom half of Northwest's batting order came through with six hits, three walks and seven runs scored in a game that came down to the final inning. Northwest's Alicia Winn and Caroline Germond each scored twice, while Alex Gershowitz pitched a complete game for Somers and scored two runs in her own support. With the tieing run on third base, Ciara Hall entered the game and struck out three of the next four batters for the save.
- Thursday, July 25th
Northwest 11, Somers 7.
Enfield 7, Glastonbury 0. (forfeit)
- Monday, July 29th
Somers 16, West Hartford 6. Somers refused to relinquish the lead after grabbing it early, recording a 16-6 victory in West Hartford. Nine runs in the first three innings allowed Somers to put the game away early. Allyson Petrella racked up four RBIs on three hits for Somers. She doubled in the fourth inning and singled in the third and sixth innings. Sierra Gareau got the win for Somers in a very strong performance, striking out nine. Somers strong defense was led by their catcher Erin Novak. For West Hartford, Sarah Sampt pitched two innings, striking out four, and had a hit and two RBIs at the plate. Megan Polun pitched two innings, striking out three, and played solid shortstop defense. Rylie Griffith went 3 for 3, scoring a run.
Windsor 12, Northwest 3. (from 7/23) Northwest jumped out to an early 2-0 lead in the bottom of the first. Windsor responded with solid hitting all around, led by Sam Scott (3 hits), Kelly Puchkoris (2 hits) and Emma Capuano (2 hits). Jana Sanden was the standout player for Northwest, going 3-3 and pitching a scoreless inning in relief. Windsor pitchers Maddy Klingel and Kelly Puchkoris led the team to a strong defensive performance.
- Tuesday, July 30th
Windsor 10, Enfield 8. This game was a back and forth battle all night. Enfield jumped out to an early 1-0 lead in the top of the first with Windsor answering back with three runs in the bottom of the inning. The seesaw battle continued and was tied going into the bottom of the fifth when Windsor put two runs on the board to seal the game. Outstanding players for Windsor were Daniela Rivera, who was 2-3 with a run scored and three stolen bases, Victoria McGraw with three RBIs, and Julie-Ann Williams with two runs scored. Maddy Brady and Lyndsey Broxton had two key hits in Enfield's five-run 4th inning.
Northwest 26, West Hartford 9. West Hartford stayed close in part from a pair of hits by Rylie Griffith, with two runs scored, and two RBIs from Emma Kane. Northwest broke the game open in the sixth inning, with seven hits, including a double by Megan Griswold. Anna King had two hits, two RBI and four runs scored, including two in the sixth inning. Ciara Hale made her first pitching start of the season, leaving the circle with the lead for the relief pitching.
- Wednesday, July 31st
Somers 9, Enfield 7. Somers outlasted Enfield in a great game, securing a 9-7 victory at Field Road. Allyson Petrella boosted her batting average thats to a perfect 2-2 day at the plate to pace Somers, singling in the first and fifth innings. Alex Gershowitz recorded the win for Somers, striking out five and throwing a complete game. Enfield tied the game in the 5th inning, only to see Somers take the lead right back on a triple by Megan Gagne, which scoring the two winning runs. Both Taoddisha Murchison and Kamerin Martinez powered Enfield's offense. Enfield also had a strong pitching performance by Emily Pease.
- Thursday, August 1st
Northwest 19, Hebron 3. After an extended hiatus, Hebron played their first of many games to be played in a week's time. Jordan Krup and Mary Grace led Hebron's offense, but the Northwest bats were too much. Northwest's Abby Poirot and Jana Sanden each had three hits and Ciara Hale pitched a complete game.
Somers at Windsor (2 games) - postponed by rain to Friday, August 2nd.
- Friday, August 2nd
Somers 9, Windsor 8 (1st game). (from 8/1) The bats were busy at Welch Park on Friday, and when the dust cleared, Somers had a 9-8 win over Windsor in the first game of a doubleheader. The two teams combined for 20 hits in the game. Somers had a 6-2 lead going into the last inning only to see Windsor score six runs on singles by Sam Scott, Maddie Klingel and Jordan Falhoo. Down 8-6 with two outs, Somers was sparked by singles from Ava Cesare and Ally Petrella. Sammy Gershowitz tied the game with a 2-run double and took third on a play at the plate. Sierra Gareau stepped up and singled the first pitch up the middle to secure the win for Somers in a very exciting game.
Somers 10, Windsor 5 (2nd game). (from 8/1) In game #2, Somers jumped on Windsor early on its way to a 10-5 win. Sierra Gareau recorded the win for Somers. She allowed four runs over four innings, striking out four and surrendering three hits. Erin Novak was strong behind the plate and supplied Somers some offense with two RBIs. Windsor was led by Sam Scott and Maddie Klingel on offense.
Northwest 2, Enfield 1. In a classic pitcher's duel in which both pitchers had complete games, Northwest's Anna King scored Danielle Negron with a walk-off single in the bottom of the sixth inning. Enfield's Sophie Oliveira and Northwest's Jana Sanden earned utmost respect for their pitching in this game.
- Monday, August 5th
Enfield 10, West Hartford 0 (1st game). (from 7/23)
Enfield 5, West Hartford 5 (2nd game)(tie).
- Tuesday, August 6th
West Hartford 12, Hebron 11 (1st game). (from 6/27)(played at Hebron)
Hebron 14, West Hartford 13 (2nd game).
Enfield 16, Northwest 4.
Windsor 14, Glastonbury 14 (tie).
- Wednesday, August 7th
Glastonbury 12, Hebron 6 (1st game). (from 7/23)
Glastonbury 15, Hebron 12 (2nd game).
- Thursday, August 8th
Somers 22, Glastonbury 7.
Windsor 13, West Hartford 3.
Enfield 7, Hebron 0. (forfeit)(from 7/18)
* * * END OF REGULAR SEASON * * *
Saturday and Sunday, August 10th and 11th
2013 12U Division Tournament at Pratt & Whitney Aircraft Club Fields, East Hartford
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