June 5, 2011

Bristol 5, Simsbury 4 – Liz Piper lead off the first inning with a single to left, stole second and scored on a double by Jen Duell. Bristol answered in the second inning with a lead off single by Rachel Denny, moved to second on a Sac Bunt by Samantha Canning and scored on a double by Kelly Guarnieri. After a scoreless third inning, Simsbury again took a one run lead in the fourth inning with back-to-back-to-back hits by Jen Duell, Molly Rathburn & Christine Acker. Bristol answered right back with two runs of their own in the bottom half of the fourth inning, taking the lead with RBI’s by Brittany Soucy & Christina Wolf. Bristol added 2-more runs in the fifth on a 2-run triple by Sarah Jones taking a 5-2 lead and holding off a rallying Simsbury in the top of the seventh inning, as Simsbury scored two runs and had the tieing runner on second before Nicole Marcelynas stuck out the last to batters to seal a Bristol victory of 5 to 4.

Simsbury 8, Bristol 0

West Hartford 8 South Windsor 2 – West Hartford was led by the 6 hit pitching up Kim Therkelsen. Kim also struck out 7 batters. The West Hartford offense was led with 1 hit each by Lauren Martin, Caitlin McGaughey (triple – 2 runs scored), Jackie Mendola (2 runs scored), Mindi McLaughlin(double), Kim Therkelsen, Kalli Mack, Ashley Brazal, and Jen Bossi. Caitlin McGaughey was outstanding in the field at shortstop. South Windsor was led by 2 hits each by Jordan (triple) and Avi (double) and 1 hit each by Nicole and Marianne.

West Hartford 12 South Windsor 12 – This game was shortened to 3 innings due to the league time limit. West Hartford raced out to a 5 – 0 lead in the top of the 1st inning. South Windsor came back with 8 run in the bottom of the inning. West Hartford pulled to within 1 with 2 runs in the top of the 2nd inning. South Windsor responded with 2 runs in the bottom of the 2nd to take a 10 – 7 lead. West Hartford scored 5 runs in the top of the 3rd to take a 12 – 10 lead. South Windsor finished the scoring with 2 runs in the bottom of the 3rd to force the tie. The West Hartford offense received 2 hits each from , Caitlin McGaughey (double – 2 runs scored), Mindi McLaughlin(triple – 2 runs scored), and Kim Therkelsen. Jackie Mendol, Kalli Mack (2 runs), and Jen Bossi each contributed 1 hit. South Windsor was led by 1 hit each from Katie, Robbin, and Marianne.

Suffield Pink 6, Vernon 1 (2PM) – Suffield Pink took an early lead scoring 4 runs in the first inning and adding two insurance runs in the 3rd. Jen Thresher led the Pink scoring attack going 3 for 3 at the plate, including a triple, and scoring 2 runs. Also having multiple hits were Lauren Mercik and Angie Moska, both going 2 for 3 at the plate and sharing pitching duties allowing no earned runs. Sarah Emery impressed at the plate going 2 for 4 and scoring twice. Morgan McPartland pitched a complete game for Vernon striking out 7 while not allowing any walks. Taylor Kroll scored for Vernon in the 4th inning after leading off the inning with a double, going 2 for 3 at the plate. Shawna Sullivan and Jamie Vallerelli had impressive plate appearances, both going 2 for 3 on the day.

Suffield Pink 17, Somers 6 (4pm) – Suffield Pink took an early lead in the 1st and 2nd innings with hits coming from the entire line up. The Pink offense was led by Julie Muscarella and Jen Thresher hitting back-to-back homers in the second and both having 3 hits on the day. Sam Cieri and Jen Silva also had impressive plate appearances with both going 3 for 3. Angie Moskwa and Sarah Emery handled the pitching duties over the 5 innings.

Somers broke out with strong 4th inning scoring 6 runs including a triple by Steph Hebert and hits coming from Nicole Miller and Mindy Oswell.

Vernon 6, Somers 0 (6pm)

Canton 3, Enfield 1 – Lauren Little pitched well the first game. Sara Pliska played short and had a couple of greats plays. Jill from Canton played very well.

Enfield 4, Canton 1 – Enfield’s Mary Gordan pitched for Enfield; she put up a great fight as she let up only one run. Also, Betsy from Enfield made great plays, executing excellent throws to second and third while at short stop.