|Northern Connecticut Girls' Softball League
2012 HIGH SCHOOL 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 * *
- Monday, June 18th
Enfield 16, Coventry 10. The Enfield Fireballs' bats were sizzling as they plated 16 runs in their first game of the season against a gritty Coventry team. Enfield was led by the hot hitting of Jillian Lapponese (4 hits), Haley Soltys (2 hits) and Jackie Ellis (2 hits). Liz Rogers went the distance for Enfield and picked up her first "W" of the season. Coventry's 10-hit attack was keyed by Hannah Vignone and Blythe Fleming.
Windsor I 3, Simsbury 2.
Windsor II 14, Northwest 2 (5 innings).
- Wednesday, June 20th
Enfield 10, Northwest 2 (5 innings). At cozy Whit Acres Park, the Enfield Fireballs defeated Northwest by a score of 10 to 2 in five innings. Kristen Serafin and Liz Rogers held the Northwest bats in check while Katie Saltzgiver, Michelle Rivera and Sara Aube led the hitting attack. Northwest was led by Julea Ambrozaitis (2 hits with a double) and Alyssa Jamieson.
Simsbury 17, Canton 12. Simsbury defeated Canton 17-12. Simsbury's offense was led by Lindsey LoStimolo (4 for 5) and Alex McDermott (3 for 4). Jamie Kalogeros and Jenna Gregoire each blasted a homerun. Canton was led by Alex Powell (3 for 4) and Jill Petraitis (3 for 4). Hats off to both teams for playing in a scorcher.
Windsor II 8, West Hartford I 0 (5 innings). Laura Somerville pitched a no-hitter through 5 innings and hit a 3-run homerun in the first to give her team early momentum. Katelyn Corr and Amanda Dillon each added two hits for Windsor II and played well defensively. West Hartford's Crysta Wolski broke up the perfect game with a walk in the fifth inning.
Windsor I 8, West Hartford II 3.
Stafford at Manchester - rescheduled Wednesday, August 8th.
Coventry at Glastonbury - rescheduled to Thursday, June 21st.
- Thursday, June 21st
- Glastonbury 11, Coventry 4. (from 6/20) Glastonbury survived blistering heat and a tough Coventry team as they won their home opener by a score of 11-4. Ashley Kessler pitched well to get the win, with solid relief from Jenna Garrison out of the bullpen. Katie Connolly led the offense with four hits and four runs scored. Meredith Ambrozaitis hit the ball hard four times and had two hits from her solid rips. Coventry was led by Courtney Hill, who contributed excellant catching and solid hitting, and Blythe Fleming, who made smooth plays at shortstop, singled and scored a run.
West Hartford II 10, West Hartford I 6. Lizzy Lagoy battled the extreme heat for seven innings to lead West Hartford II to a 10-6 victory over West Hartford I. Lagoy (2 earned runs, 8 strikeouts) was solid in getting the win. Offensively, Lagoy doubled in the first inning, driving in two runs. West Hartford II had contributions offensively from Sarah Hebb (3-4) and Caitlin O'Meara (1-3 including a suicide squeeze). West Hartford I was led by Kelly Venora (2-3) with strong defensive play at 3rd. Special credit goes to the catchers Rory Morgan (WH II) and Sarah Hamilton (WH I), who battled through the extreme heat.
- Friday, June 22nd
Canton at Manchester - rescheduled to Friday, July 27th.
- Monday, June 25th
Simsbury at Glastonbury - rescheduled to Wednesday, July 18th at Simsbury.
Northwest at West Hartford I - rescheduled to Tuesday, July 10th.
Manchester at Vernon - rescheduled to Friday, July 13th.
Stafford at Enfield - rescheduled to Tuesday, July 17th.
West Hartford II at Canton - rescheduled to Friday, July 20th.
Hebron at Coventry - rescheduled to Thursday, July 26th.
Windsor II at Windsor I - rescheduled to Tuesday, August 7th.
- Tuesday, June 26th
Vernon 6, Hebron 2. Katie Akerley had two hits for Vernon, one for a triple, and scored two runs. Mary Sumislaski had the go-ahead RBI and pitcher Lina Nguyen had 12 strikeouts and allowed only two hits in the win. Marissa Caron pitched well for Hebron, striking out three and allowing just five hits. Megan Holmes hit a solo homerun and Andrea Jaskulski also played well for Hebron.
- Wednesday, June 27th
Manchester 10, Coventry 1. Kristen DeCiantis pitched a two-hitter for Manchester, striking out nine. Reyna Quinteiro (double, single) and Nailah Stone (triple) led the hitting attack. Coventry's Hannah Vignone pitched valiantly in defeat. Sam Roy and Taylor Gould had the hits.
Stafford 13, Vernon 9. Stafford pitcher Onie Tumel and catcher Morgan Emmons teamed up to strike out eight Vernon hitters and lead host Stafford to a 13-9 win. Tumel, Emmons and Kolby Haggan had two hits each and Mikayla Fish played great defensively in left field. Lizzy Pisciotta made a key defensive play with a backhanded stab at second base. Emily Burg took the loss for Vernon, recording two strikeouts. She also had four hits, as did teammate Chanel Massey. Left fielder Mary Sumislaski led the Vernon defenders.
Enfield 16, Hebron 3 (3 innings). Kristen Serafin held Hebron to 3 runs on 3 hits and was helped by heads-up defensive efforts by Katie Saltzgiver, who turned a shoestring catch of a line drive into a double play, and Mackenzie Vermette and Michelle Rivera, who teamed up to alertly cut down a runner at the plate on an attempted double-steal. Serafin helped her cause with two hits, including a 3-run double, and Jackie Ellis chipped in with a triple to deep right center as part of her 3-hit evening. Saltzgiver, Vermette, Rivera and Liz Rogers also had multi-hit nights for the visitors. Hebron's offense was sparked by the top of the order, as Ali Mosdale, Emily Pintavalle and Casey Pinckney each singled sharply. An outstanding defensive effort was turned in by Pintavalle, including one of the best fakes you will ever see in an effort to catch a runner napping. Pinckney was flawless in relief in the circle. Both teams would like to extend special thanks to the father-daughter volunteer umpiring duo of Bill Custance and Kim Hills (herself an NCGSL alum) whose admirable and unselfish service allowed the game to be played.
Simsbury 11, West Hartford II 9.
West Hartford I 11, Glastonbury 6.
Windsor I 8, Northwest 3.
Windsor II 4, Canton 3.
- Friday, June 29th
Hebron 12, Stafford 2 (4 innings).
- Monday, July 2nd
Manchester 9, Glastonbury 2. Manchester bested visiting Glastonbury 9-2 as Nailah Sone (triple, single) and Nicole Molloy (triple) led a 10-hit attack. Kristen DeCiantis struck out seven and walked only one batter. For Glastonbury Sam Mello, Kaylee Stebbins, Meredith Ambrozaitis, Leyna DiMarco and Erica DellaVolpe each had two hits. In relief, Sam Mello hit her stride, retiring the side 1,2,3 in the sixth inning.
Simsbury 7, Windsor II 2. Windsor was led by Laura Somerville and Katelin Schofield with two hits each. Simsbury's Taryn Braz struck out twelve. Jamie Kalogeros led the Simsbury offense with three hits. Laura Yablecki, Lindsey LoStimolo, Taryn Braz and Caitlyn Clifford each had a pair of hits.
Vernon 10, Coventry 0. Vernon blanked visiting Coventry 10-0 behind Lauren Silver, who had three hits and scored three runs. Kayla Terry-Wemmell and Taylor Machholz played well defensively. Brianna Cassone reached base twice and Baylee Cassone once for Coventry.
Enfield 7, Stafford 0 (forfeit).
West Hartford I 2, Windsor I 0.
West Hartford II at Hebron - postponed by rain to Friday, July 6th.
- Thursday, July 5th
Northwest 12, Canton 6. Northwest broke open a tight game in the 5th inning, scoring six runs. Kara Deming led the hitting, going 3 for 4. Amanda Morhardt, Alyssa Jamieson and Jamie LaChance each provided two hits. Jamie also pitched a complete game for the win, walking only four batters. Canton played short-handed, but played well both in the field and at the plate. Rachel Asnes went the distance in the circle for Canton, walking only three batters.
- Friday, July 6th
Vernon 5, Glastonbury 4.
West Hartford II 16, Hebron 0 (3 innings). (from 7/2)
- Monday, July 9th
Vernon 10, Enfield 3. Katie Akerley led the Vernon team with three hits, scoring twice. Lauren Silver at shortstop and Taylor Machholz in right field had web gems on defense. Enfield's pitcher Elizabeth Rogers pitched well, striking out four Vernon batters. Lindsey Taupier had two hits, one for a double. Defensively, catcher Lisa Lusardi played well and offensively reached base twice and scored a run in the loss.
Windsor I 7, Canton 2.
West Hartford II 10, Northwest 5.
Hebron 7, Manchester 2.
Windsor II 7, Coventry 0 (forfeit).
- Tuesday, July 10th
West Hartford 11, Northwest 3. (from 6/25)
- Wednesday, July 11th
Vernon 18, Hebron 10. Vernon's Emily Burg and Shannon Turgeon had three hits each and combined for five Vernon runs. Casey McGuire at second base and Kayla Terry-Wemmell at first base and catcher played very well on defense. Vernon pushed ahead with a 10-run fifth inning for the win. Marissa Caron pitched very well for Hebron, striking out seven Vernon batters. Ali Mosdale had a hit and scored twice. Christa Tierney stroked a triple, plating three runners, and MyKenzie Lanagan scored the last run of an 8-run Hebron third inning.
Manchester 8, Stafford 4. Kristen DeCiantis pitched the win for Manchester, scattering five hits, striking out eight and walking none. She also homered and tripled to help her cause. Shannon Hill had two hits and a key sacrifice bunt. Bella Colletti also had a pair of hits. Kolby Hagan homered for Stafford. Ashley Michanczyk and Onie Tumel pitched well in defeat.
Canton 7, Enfield 1. Canton notched their first win with a 7-1 decision over visiting Enfield. Jill Petraitis pitched seven strong innings and also hit a triple. Olivia Sullivan contributed a triple and a single in the winning effort. Enfield was led by the strong hitting of Lisa Lusardi, who also tripled and singled.
Windsor II 8, Northwest 5. Windsor II defeated Northwest by a score of 8-5. Sam Visone and Laura Somerville both pitched in the winning effort, with Somerville going 2 for 2 with a triple, 4 RBIs and two runs scored. Monica Swartley went 2 for 3 and pitched well for Northwest. Kelsi Hodgkin went 2 for two with an RBI.
Glastonbury 11, Coventry 9.
West Hartford II 5, West Hartford I 0.
- Thursday, July 12th
West Hartford I 11, Windsor II 1.
- Friday, July 13th
Vernon 5, Manchester 3. (from 6/25) Vernon's Lina Nguyen struck out ten batters and Taylor Machholz drove in two runs to seal the win. Manchester pitcher Brianna Casiano struck out five Vernon batters. Daria Marvasti had a hit and Nicole Molloy played well defensively for Manchester.
Glastonbury 5, Stafford 4.
- Monday, July 16th
Simsbury 8, Canton 1. Simsbury downed Canton with Blair Seaman leading the offense with three hits. Lauren Catalano picked up the "W" in the circle with 6 Ks. Canton's Rachel Asnes and Jill Petraitis had two hits apiece.
Vernon 7, Manchester 3. Vernon's pitchers struck out thirteen Manchester batters and Jayde Hickman and Sierra Massey played well defensively in the win. Manchester pitcher Brianna Casiano struck out five Vernon batters. Bella Colletti hit a triple and played well defensively at catcher, and Lisa Molloy had a good game at third base for Manchester.
Northwest 6, West Hartford II 5. Nothwest's Jamie LaChance went the distance in the circle to record the win on a very hot evening. Credit goes to both teams for playing a good game tonight. Kara Deming provided two timely hits, going 2 for 3, and the leadoff hitter, Amanda Soltis, did her job with a perfect OBP, scoring twice. But it was defense that made the difference in the game. Vicki Uribe made two diving catches at first base, and Amanda Morhardt and Monica Swartley teamed up to put out two baserunners attempting to steal second base. The best was saved for the final out - West Hartford's Sabrina Carreira crushed a triple to left center but was thrown out at home plate with a perfect relay from Kara Deming to Monica Swartley to Vicki Uribe to Amanda Morhardt for the tag at home. Sabrina had another hit and walk to record a perfect OBP. Colleen Goroshko matched this feat, going 1 for 1 with two walks. In addition, Rory Morgan played a solid game in the field and at the plate.
Enfield 5, Glastonbury 2. The Enfield Fireballs pushed their record to 5 and 2 by defeating Glastonbury by a score of 5-2. Enfield was led by Lisa Lusardi and their strong defense. Lusardi pitched seven innings, allowing only three hits, and had two hits of her own at the plate. Kristen Serafin reached base twice for Enfield and Donna Steiger smacked a double and scored a run in the sixth inning. The trio of Katie Connolly, Samantha Mello and Mary Howard were tough outs at the top of Glastonbury's order as they reached base five times.
Hebron 8, Coventry 4.
Windsor I 7, Stafford 0 (forfeit).
- Tuesday, July 17th
Stafford at Enfield (WA) (from 6/25) - rescheduled to Monday, July 23rd due to heat advisory.
- Wednesday, July 18th
Manchester 16, Coventry 3. Manchester down Coventry 16-3 with Nicole Molloy (triple), Alissa Marsh (double, single) and Bella Colletti (2 singles) leading the hitting attack. Marsh also made a sparkling play at second base. Blythe Fleming led Coventry with two hits. Ashley King and Sam LaFountain also had hits.
Vernon 9, Stafford 1. Vernon improved its record to 7-1 with Chanel Massey and Shannon Turgeon leading the way with two hits and two runs scored apiece. Mary Sumislaski and Kayla Terry-Wemmell played well defensively. Samantha Ridzon led the Stafford team with two hits and a walk. Defensive standouts left fielder Mikayla Fish and second baseman Elizabeth Pisciotta played well for Stafford.
Canton 11, West Hartford II 6.
Glastonbury at Simsbury (2 games, 1 from 6/25) - rescheduled to Tuesday, July 31st.
Hebron at Enfield - rescheduled to Tuesday, July 31st.
Windsor II at Windsor I - rescheduled to Tuesday, August 7th.
- Friday, July 20th
West Hartford II at Canton (from 6/25) - rescheduled to Tuesday, July 31st.
- Monday, July 23rd
Glastonbury 10, Manchester 7. Delaney Kehoe smacked a double for three RBIs as Glastonbury downed visiting Manchester. Becca Hadfield made some fine defensive plays at third base and Kaylee Stebbins pitched well as both the starter and the closer. For Manchester, Nailah Stone stopped a rocket hit toward first base, Shannon Hill extended her hitting streak to eight games, and Brianna Casiano pitched well in defeat, baffling several hitters with a nasty change-up.
Simsbury 2, West Hartford II 0. Simbury blanked visiting West Hartford II 2-0. Alex McDermott led Simsbury's offense, going 3 for 3, hitting a clutch two-out, bases-loaded double in the bottom of the 6th inning to drive in both of Simsbury's runs. Taryn Braz picked up the win, striking out ten, and went 2 for 2 at the plate with a stand up triple. Julia Delutrie pitched a great game for West Hartford II, and the defense was equally impressive making several good catches.
Vernon 9, Coventry 8. Vernon's Lauren Silver hit a 2-run homerun in the third inning and the Vernon pitchers claimed nine strikeouts in Coventry. Taylor Machholz and Chanel Massey played well defensively in the Vernon win. Coventry's Hannah Vignone pitched very well, striking out six Vernon batters. Taylor (aka "grossly untied shoes") Gould was solid on defense. Mariah Francis chipped in with three hits, scoring three runs in the loss.
Enfield 7, Stafford 5 (1st Game). (from 7/17) In the first game of a doubleheader, the Enfield Fireballs defeated Stafford by a score of 7 to 5. Enfield plated two runs in the first inning on a 2-run homerun by Jackie Ellis and pushed their lead to 4-0 with two more runs in the second inning on hits by Hannah Lempitsky, Jordan Fritz and Lisa Lusardi. Stafford, led by the hot hitting of Kolby Haggan, Morgan Emmons and MiKayla Fish, answered with three runs in the third and another in the fourth inning to tie the score at 4-4. Enfield went to work again in the bottom of the fourth, scoring three runs on hits by Lusardi, Ellis and Liz Rogers. Stafford pushed across another run in the 5th inning to account for the final run of the game. Lusardi went the distance for Enfield, allowing only one earned run.
Stafford 2, Enfield 1 (2nd Game).
Windsor I 6, Northwest 3.
Hebron 9, West Hartford I 6.
Canton 7, Windsor II 0 (forfeit).
- Wednesday, July 25th
Stafford 8, Coventry 5. Stafford defeated visiting Coventry 8-5 as pitcher Onie Tumel battled back and forth in the first four innings to keep the game close until Stafford's bats came alive to score five runs in the 6th inning to seal the win. Ashley Michanczyk had a ground ruled double and came on to pitch the last half of the game. Kolby Haggan played behind the plate for the first time and caught a great game. Ali and Lizzie Pisciotta continued to play as the team's dynamic duo at first and second base. Hannah Vignone struck out five for Coventry and had a pair of hits at the plate. Hayley Manzi had eight putouts at second base and Courtney Hill had a great game behind the plate.
Simsbury 12, Windsor II 0 (3 innings). Simsbury's 12-hit attack defeated Windsor II 12-0 in three innings. Lauren Catalano picked up the win in the circle, fanning seven in the effort. Laura Yablecki, Liz Poggio and Lindsey LoStimolo each went 2 for 2 with a double.
Vernon 7, West Hartford II 5. Vernon edged West Hartford II 7-5. Chanel Massey had three hits and scored twice and Kayla Terry-Wemmell obtained a perfect on base percentage, scoring two runs. Jayde Hickman had two timely RBIs in Vernon's win. West Hartford's Julia Delutrie pitched well, striking out four Vernon batters. Sabrina Carreira drove in two runs and Rory Morgan knocked in the other three with a bases-clearing double in the bottom of the 7th inning.
West Hartford I 12, Windsor I 10.
Glastonbury 10, Hebron 6.
Enfield 7, Manchester 0 (forfeit).
Canton 12, Northwest 2.
- Thursday, July 26th
West Hartford I 7, Northwest 1.
Hebron 8, Coventry 0. (from 6/25)
- Friday, July 27th
Canton 17, Manchester 5. (from 6/22)
- Monday, July 30th
Simsbury 9, Northwest 0 (5 innings). Simsbury blanked Northwest in a five-inning contest. Alex McDermott and Blair Seaman were the leading hitters for Simsbury. Amanda Soltis and Courtney Carrozzo had hits for Northwest.
Vernon 6, Enfield 1. Vernon cooled off the Fireballs as Jayde Hickman and Casey McGuire both went 2 for 3 and Vernon pitchers fanned eleven Enfield batters for the win. Kristen Serafin pitched very well in relief for Enfield and Sara Aube (left field) and Lindsey Taupier (centerfield) were solid on defense. Taupier also scored Enfield's run.
Stafford 15, Glastonbury 6. Stafford downed visiting Glastonbury by a score of 15 to 6. Ashley Michanczyk, Onie Tumel and Jailene Rivera led the Stafford offense with two hits each. Playing with an injured foot, Morgan Emmons filled in at second base and had a putout or assist on six plays. Sam Ridzon caught a great game for both the Stafford pitchers and threw out a runner at third on an attempted steal. Delaney Kehoe led Glastonbury with a pair of doubles to left field and also played a versatile game on defense at catcher, first base and third base. Emily Bengtson also had a good game behind the plate for Glastonbury.
Manchester 12, Hebron 6. Manchester defeated Hebron 12-6 as Shannon Hill extended her hitting streak to ten consecutive games. Lisa Molloy walked, singled, doubled and tripled. Nicole Molloy had three hits and reached base five times. For Hebron, Mykenzie Lanagan had two hits, Lindsay Cochefski reached base three times in three at bats and Jess Gilbert had a hit. Emily Pintavalle had a putout and two assists on defense.
West Hartford II 17, Windsor II 15.
West Hartford I 12, Canton 11.
Windsor I at Coventry - rescheduled to Thursday, August 9th.
- Tuesday, July 31st
Simsbury 12, Glastonbury 2 (1st Game, 4 innings). (from 6/25) Simsbury downed Glastonbury 12-2 in four innings. Lindsey LoStimolo led the hit parade with three and Alex McDermott, Blair Seaman and Caitlyn Clifford had two apiece. Samantha Mello had a nice hit for Glastonbury.
Simsbury 13, Glastonbury 2 (2nd Game, 5 innings). (from 7/18) Simsbury took the second game of the twinbill by a score of 13 to 2. Alex McDermott and Taryn Braz led the offense with two hits each. Emily Bengtson had a nice line drive triple for Glastonbury.
Enfield 4, Hebron 3. (from 7/20) Pitching and defense were the name of this game played under the lights at A.D.Higgins School. Liz Rogers outdueled Hebron's Marissa Caron in the circle in a hard fought contest which came down to the wire. Hebron had the tieing run on third base with two outs in the 7th inning, but a backhand play from the shortstop hole by Katie Saltzgiver secured the win for the host Fireballs squad. Lisa Lusardi's solid play behind the dish enabled Enfield to cut down two would-be runs at the plate. Sara Aube's two hit night sparked Enfield's offense. Hebron received outstanding defensive efforts from Emily Pintavalle at 3B and Jess Gilbert at SS, who started a double play to thwart an Enfield threat late in the game.
West Hartford II 8, Canton 4.
- Wednesday, August 1st
Simsbury 8, West Hartford I 0. Taryn Braz pitched a PERFECT GAME as Simsbury blanked West Hartford I 8-0 in six innings. The victor's bunt defense was very solid and Blair Seaman made two nice defensive plays at first base. Lianna Pevar pitched a good game for West Hartford.
Vernon 6, Glastonbury 4. Vernon extended its winning streak to eleven games as Emily Burg had three hits and Mary Sumislaski hit a triple. Lauren Silver came up short on a defensive "web gem" at shortstop. Glastonbury's Erica DellaVolpe and Emily Bengtson each had two hits and Delaney Kehoe was solid on defense.
Stafford 7, Hebron 3. Kolby Haggan hit two doubles and Ashley Michanczyk tripled to lead visiting Stafford past Hebron by a score of 7 to 3. Michanczyk and Onie Tumel combined to pitch a great game, with Morgan Emmons calling the pitches. Mikayla Fish and Julia Danielson covered the whole outfield and made some great catches, keeping Hebron's hard hitters in check. Ali Mosdale led Hebron with two hits and was very solid at shortstop. Jess Gilbert tripled and also played well defensively. Jess Henley hit a double and had a good game behind the plate. Kyla Kelly made a highlight reel catch in left field plus two other putouts, and also contributed a hit and a run scored.
Windsor II 12, Manchester 4. Windsor II defeated Manchester 12-4 in five innings. For Windsor II, Katelin Schofield went 2 for 4 with 3 RBIs. Clarissa Burke and Katelyn Corr each added two hits. Alex Connor was the winning pitcher and Sam Visone closed out the game with a shutout inning. Nikki Pirtel led Manchester, going 2 for 2 with a run scored, and Lisa Molloy pitched well in the losing effort.
Canton 10, Northwest 2.
Enfield 7, Coventry 0 (forfeit).
West Hartford II at Windsor I - rescheduled to Friday, August 3rd.
- Friday, August 3rd
Windsor I 2, West Hartford II 0. (from 8/1)
- Monday, August 6th
Simsbury 15, Northwest 4 (4 innings). Simsbury defeated Northwest 15-4 in four innings. Lauren Catalano picked up the win, striking out six. Liz Poggio went 3 for 3 with two triples and Alex McDermott added in two hits for Simsbury. Northwest was led by Kara Deming, who went 2 for 2.
Glastonbury 9, Hebron 4. Glastonbury topped Hebron 9-4 in a well-played game, starting off with two runs in the first inning on a 2-run double by Becca Hadfield. Hebron kept Glastonbury in check and scored four runs in the 5th inning on hits by Casey Pinckney, Christa Tierney, Mykenzie Lanagan and Kyla Kelly. That was all Hebron could score as Glastonbury roared back in the sixth to score seven runs, starting with a double by Ashley Kessler, a bunt single by Tess Karnes and a bases loaded triple by Sam Mello, who then scored on a single by Alyssa Foster. Glastonbury saw incredible defense from Leyna DiMarco, Katie Connolly and Tess Karnes as they held Hebron to four runs.
Stafford 9, Coventry 2.
Enfield 12, Manchester 4 (6 innings).
West Hartford I 9, Canton 2.
Windsor I 14, Vernon 0.
Windsor II 13, West Hartford II 11.
- Tuesday, August 7th
Windsor I 3, Windsor II 1 (1st Game). (from 6/25)
Windsor I 3, Windsor II 1 (2nd Game). (from 7/18)
- Wednesday, August 8th
Windsor I 2, Simsbury 1.
Manchester 8, Stafford 6. (from 6/20)
- Thursday, August 9th
West Hartford I 7, Simsbury 2.
Windsor I 15, Coventry 2 (5 innings). (from 7/30)
* * * END OF REGULAR SEASON * * *
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