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Thursday, June 24, 2010

Williams Steps Down at Foran

Todd Williams said Thursday he has stepped down as baseball coach at Foran.

“It was just the right time,” the 35-year-old Williams said. “My kids are 3 and 5. I just don’t have the time to commit to it anymore.”

Williams said his assistant coach Ken Catino also stepped down for similar reasons.

Williams, who lives in Guilford, spent seven seasons at the helm for the Lions. He guided them to a Southern Connecticut Conference Hammonasset Division title in 2006 and to the SCC final in 2009. The Lions also reached Class M semifinals in 2008 under Williams.

“I’ve always been proud of our pitching staff,” Williams said. “We’ve had some excellent hitters, too. We’ve had numerous kids go off and play college, from Eric Smith to Brian Ward. It’s been great.”

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Tuesday, June 15, 2010

All-SCC Baseball

Anthony Aprile (Amity), Vin Siena (Amity), T.K. Kiernan (Sheehan), Eric Christensen (Shelton), Max Slade (Cheshire), Dom Severino (Cheshire), Dan St. George (Shelton), Nick Baviello (Amity), Joe Ciancola (Amity), Lou Concato (Amity), Reid Nelson (Sheehan)

T.J. Shea (Notre Dame), Conor Keniry (Notre Dame), Max Freccia (Fairfield Prep), John Ascenzia (West Haven), Oliver Hart (Xavier), Connor Marr (Fairfield Prep), Mike Dwyer (Hamden), Will Hindinger (Hamden), Dave Beisler (Notre Dame), Shaun Coughlin (Xavier), Nick Vig (Fairfield Prep)

Nick Merullo (Hand), Brett Michael Doran (Jonathan Law), Ed Michaud (Foran), Josh Rouse (Jonathan Law), Flynn Donovan (Hand), Mike Pascarella (Foran), Ian Remington (Guilford), Jeff St. Pierre (Jonathan Law), Zack Soulier (Jonathan Law), Brian Ward (Foran), Pat Kinsella (Guilford)

Joseph Tiroletto (Career), Vin Guglietti (East Haven), Mike Perry (East Haven), Buddy Shea (Branford), Andrew Luzzi (Branford), Erick Yavarone (North Haven), Ryan Figaro (Branford), Paul Spadacenta (East Haven), Brian Salzillo (North Haven), Jeff Stoddard (Branford), Pat O’Brien (East Haven)

CHSCA All-Star Games

The 37th annual Connecticut High School Coaches Association All-Star baseball games will kick off today.

Seniors from District II will face seniors from District IV at 5 p.m, and seniors from District I will face seniors from District III at 7:30. The winners will play Wednesday at 5. All games will be played at Plainville.

The Junior Select game will take place Wednesday night at Plainville at 7:30. Also, the New England Senior All-Star game tournament will be played at Frazier Field in Lynn, Mass., on June 26. Massachusetts will face Rhode Island at 11 a.m., and Connecticut will face New Hampshire at 2.

Coach: Bunty Ray
Andy Beaule, Northwest Catholic
Tom Bourdon, Northwest Catholic
Steve Chamberland, Bristol Eastern
Chris Demorais, Conard
Austin Howard, Bristol Central
Sean Lanahan, Avon
Craig Lejeune, Bristol Central
Chris Linares, New Britain
Clete LoRusso, New Milford
Brendan Lynch, Wethersfield
Anthony Marzi, Berlin
Jeff Mazzamurro, Southington
Zach Milbourn, Lewis Mills
Zach Parsons, Berlin
Mike Pendergast, Farmington
Nick Sanford, Hall
Mike Thomas, Plainville
Colby Vanderbeck, Simsbury

Coach: Mike Eisenbach, Pomperaug
Brendon Buckley, Masuk
Adam Cherry, Pomperaug
Eric Christensen, Shelton
Tyler Colby, Barlow
Mike Dunster, Greenwich
Christian Dzienkiewicz, Ansonia
Mark Giles, Ridgefield
Dan Julian, St. Joseph
Connor Marr, Fairfield Prep
Kurt Marut, Wilton
Anthony Muratore, New Fairfield
Tom Nagy, Ludlowe
Ian Ratchford, Danbury
P.J. Rinaldi, Bethel
Alex Rough, Westhill
Dave Seeber, Bunnell
Dave Speer, Staples
Ryan Walsh, Trinity Catholic

Coach: Bob Kelo, Seymour
John Ascenzia, West Haven
Louis Concato, Amity
Shaun Coughlin, Xavier
Zach Dreher, Naugatuck
Brett Michael Doran, Law
Dany Flynn, Cheshire
Sean Guerra, Morgan
Eric Hewitt, Coginchaug
Will Hindinger, Hamden
Jeff Holmes, Valley Regional
Bobby Jordan, Cromwell
Conor Keniry, Notre Dame-West Haven
TK Kiernan, Sheehan
Nick Merullo, Hand
Carson Mislick, Haddam-Killingworth
Ryan Plourde, Holy Cross
Ryan Skelly, Derby
Zach Sokolis, Maloney
Brian Ward, Foran

Coach: Keith Tautkus, Ellington
Alex Bryce, E.O. Smith
Alec Christian, East Lyme
Dylan Delacruz, St. Bernard
Yohendy Gonzalaez, New London
Jimmy Hill, Glastonbury
Ross Lincoln, Woodstock Acad.
Paul Lindstrom, Woodstock Acad.
David Mahoney, Bacon Acad.
Matt Mayo, Fermi
Eric Morse, East Lyme
Colin O'Keefe, Waterford
Mitch Plourde, Ellington
Greg Porter, Fitch
Tyler Repoli, RHAM
Matt Schiaffino, Ellington
Jesse Sutherland, Montville
Alex tuneski, Waterford
Austin West, Rockville

Junior Select Game rosters...

Brandon Webb, Maloney
Jon Testani, Masuk
Jeff Stoddard, Branford
Max Slade, Cheshire
Buddy Shea, Branford
Tom Ryan, Coginchaug
Pat Rogers, Waterford
Aleko Petridis, McMahon
John Pastyrnak, Bristol Eastern
Devin Over, Windsor
Tom McIntosh, Stamford
Spencer Jacoby, Norwalk
Ted Gravel, Wamogo
Sean Goldrich, Notre Dame-West Haven
Brian Fay, Pomperaug
Bryan Failla, Torrington
Tyler Estevez, East Hartford
Steve Delcegno, Bristol Eastern
Kyle Decker, Simsbury
Tyler Cyr, Bristol Central
Mark Brennan, Sheehan
Tyler Barrett, Newington

Eric Yavaronne, North Haven
Kyle Schilling, RHAM
Sal Romano, Southington
Bryan Rivera, New Britain
David Plaza, Sacred Heart
Tucker Panciera, East Catholic
Pat Murphy, Trinity Catholic
Ed Michaud, Foran
Tyler Matakevich, St. Joseph
Bret Litke, Plainville
Dan Lima, Cheney Tech
Quinn Irvin, St. Joseph
Carson Helms, Farmington
Matt D'Orsi, Northwest Catholic
Steve Dickenson, Danbury
Connor David, Cheshire
Kevin Daniel, Norwalk
Ty Contillo, Montville
Cole Bryant, Newington
Derek Brady, New Milford
Brendan Bernstein, Staples


Monday, June 14, 2010

Register Top 10 Poll

Pomperaug has been unanimously voted the top team in the state in the final Register Top 10 baseball poll.

The Panthers won their final 22 games of the season and capped the year with the school's first state baseball title with a 2-1 win over Xavier in the Class LL final on Sunday.

Check out the final poll.


Sweeney Steps Down

Dennis Sweeney announced Monday he is stepping down as Law baseball coach after nine seasons.

“I felt it was the right time,” Sweeney said. “My son is 11 and I want to teach him the game of baseball like I’ve been doing for the past nine years. I was coaching since before he was born. I put my heart and soul into it and I want my son to have that as well.”

Sweeney, 40, has guided the Lawmen to plenty of success. He leaves Law with a 137-73 record. Under Sweeney, Law won five division titles, two league titles and the 2008 Class L state title.

Law posted an 18-7 mark and reached the Class L quarterfinals this season, following its third straight Southern Connecticut Conference Hammonasset Division title. Also, 21 of Sweeney’s former players have went on to play in college.

“The parents, players and umpires have been great,” said Sweeney, who teaches health at Law. “It’s been the best nine years of my baseball experience. It’s something you dream about.”

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Sunday, June 13, 2010

Pomperaug Wins Class LL Title

Andrew Clements' single to left field scored Brent Pelella in the sixth and lifted No. 3 Pomperaug to a 2-1 win over No. 8 Xavier to capture the Class LL championship at Palmer Field today.

It's Pomperaug's first baseball title in school history.

Kevin Landers' RBI single gave Xavier a 1-0 lead in the fourth and the Falcons held the lead entering the bottom of the sixth.

in the sixth, Matt Paola scored on an error to tie the game at 1 and Clements' single proved to be the game-winning hit.

Class LL Championship

Follow the Class LL championship between No. 8 Xavier and No. 3 Pomperaug here.

Saturday, June 12, 2010

Tournament Updates

Click here for state championship updates.

Championship Previews

No. 6 Waterford (20-5)
vs. No. 4 Montville (22-3)
*WHEN: Today, noon
*WHERE: Palmer Field, Middletown
*WHAT TO LOOK FOR: Waterford has only allowed three runs during their tournament run and will send Gatorade's Connecticut Player of the Year Colin O'Keefe to the mound. But if any team is going to hit O'Keefe it will be the Indians. Montville has scored 35 runs in its four state tournament games. The Indians have one of the best lineups in the state, featuring hitters like Ty Contillo and Jess Sutherland.
*CHAMPIONSHIP APPEARANCES: This is the Indians fourth title game, winning the Class M championship in 2006. This is Waterford's 14th appearance in the state finals. The Lancers have nine state titles.

No. 2 Northwest Catholic (20-3)
vs. No. 1 Cromwell (21-4)
*WHEN: Today, 3:30 p.m.
*WHERE: Palmer Field, Middletown
*WHAT TO LOOK FOR: Northwest Catholic has coasted to the title game. The Indians have outscored their opponents 22-1 during their run. They feature one of the top players in the state in center fielder Tom Bourdon. As for Cromwell, it has not allowed more than three runs in a tournament game and senior Bobby Jordan was this season's the Shoreline Conference player of the year.
*CHAMPIONSHIP APPEARANCES: This will be Northwest Catholic's third title game. It has yet to win a state championship. This will be Cromwell's ninth appearance. Cromwell has last won in 1967

No. 8 Xavier (19-7)
vs. No. 3 Pomperaug (25-2)
*WHEN: Today, 7 p.m.
*WHERE: Palmer Field, Middletown
*WHAT TO LOOK FOR: The Falcons will likely send ace Shaun Coughlin to the hill and Brett Koliani is expected to pitch for the Panthers. Look for players like Hayden Stanton, Oliver Hart and Alex Pace to lead Xavier's offense. Koliani, Adam Cherry, Brian Fay and Andrew Clements will be the big bats for the Panthers. The Falcons have knocked off some tough teams on the way to the final, including New Britain, Amity and Bristol Central. Pomperaug is the hottest team in the state, having not lost since April 19.
*CHAMPIONSHIP APPEARANCES: Xavier is making its second championship appearance. The Falcons won the Class L title in 1980. This will be Pomperaug's third title game. The Panthers are still looking for their first state championship.

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Friday, June 11, 2010

Sheehan Wins Class L title

Read the game story here.

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Follow Class L Championship

Class L championship between Notre Dame-West Haven and Sheehan underway. Follow it here.

Class L Championship Pregame Notes


No. 5 Notre Dame-West Haven (19-6)

vs. No. 14 Sheehan (17-7)

*WHEN: 7 p.m.

*WHERE: Palmer Field, Middletown

*WHAT TO LOOK FOR: The Green Knights will send their big, right-handed ace Dave Beisler to the mound. Bryant-bound right-hander Ryan Moore will throw for the Titans. Both teams have strong infields anchored by two of the state's best shortstops in Conor Keniry (Notre Dame) and TK Kiernan (Sheehan). The Green Knights and the Titans have lineups that can put some runs on the boards. Both have scored 26 runs in their four state tournament games. Keep an eye on Notre Dame's Will Meade and Sheehan's Derek Allen. Both have been swinging the bats well lately. These teams both represent the Southern Connecticut Conference, but will meet tonight for the first time this season.

*CHAMPIONSHIP APPEARANCES: This is the Green Knights' fifth state final appearance and they have won three state titles. The last reached the championship in 2000. This is Sheehan's sixth state final appearance. The Titans have won two state titles. They last reached the final in 2005.

*YOU SHOULD KNOW: This year will mark the fifth straight time an SCC school has won the Class L championship: Branford (2006), Guilford (2007), Law (2008) and Branford (2009).

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Thursday, June 10, 2010

Baseball Chat

Live Chat

Join Register baseball writer Chris Hunn's live chat here.

Shelton Alumni Game

Shelton will hold an alumni baseball game on June 19 from 2-4:30 p.m. at the Shelton High baseball field.

Cost to play is $25, which includes a t-shirt, dinner and the game for all former players in the program.

For more information, call Scott Gura at 203-225-6133 or e-mail


Doran's Breaks City Mark

Check out these impressive numbers...
Law senior Brett Michael Doran finishes his career with 101 hits (only played three years of varsity baseball) and hit .532 this season.
Doran's batting average this season breaks Steve Hine's city of Milford 18-year-old, single-season record. Hine batted .519

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Live Chat

Join Register baseball writer Chris Hunn tonight at 7 to talk high school baseball here.

Wednesday, June 9, 2010

Around the Bases Podcast

Tuesday, June 8, 2010

Championship Schedule and Semifinals Recap

And the championship games are set. All games are at Palmer Field in Middletown (directions here). Here's the schedule...

Class LL
No. 8 Xavier vs. No. 3 Pomperaug, Saturday at 7 p.m.

Class L
No. 5 Notre Dame-West Haven vs. No. 14 Sheehan, Friday at 7 p.m.

Class M
No. 4 Montville vs. No. 6 Waterford, Saturday at noon.

Class S
No. 1 Cromwell vs. No. 2 Northwest Catholic

Here's a look at what happened in the semifinal games...

Flowers leads Notre Dame baseball to Class L final

North Branford eliminated

Morgan denied trip to state final

Xavier advances to Class LL title game

Sheehan advances to title game

Shelton has hearts broken two years in a row

Pomperaug Advances With Walk-off

Pomperaug senior Brett Koliani hit a walk-off three-run home run in the bottom of the eighth inning to lift the No. 3 Pomperaug over No. 7 Shelton 6-3.
The Panthers advance to the Class LL title game with the win. Read the game story here.

Video Interview With Sheehan's TK Kiernan

Video Interview With Morgan's Bobby Coyne

Xavier Knocks Off Amity

It was a balanced offensive attack for Xavier.

The Falcons finished with 13 hits and every spot in the lineup got at least one as No. 8 Xavier knocked off top-seeded Amity 9-7 in the Class LL quarterfinals.

The Falcons move on to face No. 4 Bristol Central in the semifinals.

Read the game story here.

Sheehan advances in Class L with a win over Law.

Morgan moves on to the Class S semifinals with a win over Derby.

Updated brackets...

Class LL

Class L

Class M

Class S

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Saturday, June 5, 2010

State Tournament Update

Saturday's Class L quarterfinal game between No. 6 Law and No. 14 Sheehan was suspended in the fifth inning due to lightning.

The game will resume Monday at Quigley Stadium at 3:30 p.m., tentatively. The Titans lead the Lawmen 4-0.

The winner will face No. 15 North Haven Tuesday at Palmer Field.

Also, the Class LL quarterfinal game between No. 8 Xavier and top-seeded Amity was suspended Saturday. It will pick up Monday at Municipal Stadium at 4:30 p.m. Xavier leads 2-0 in the top of the first with the bases loaded and two outs.

No. 4 Bristol Central and No. 5 Greenwich will also continue Monday at Nolan Field in Ansonia at 3:30 p.m as will the Class S game between No. 3 Morgan and No. 6 Derby. The Huskies will face the Red Raiders at Quigley Stadium at 6 p.m.

Updated brackets...

Class LL
Class L
Class M
Class S

Friday, June 4, 2010

Friday's Highlights

And the first top seed goes down.

No. 16 Foran knocked off No. 1 Lewis Mills 7-3 in the second round of the Class M tournament. Jason Lewicki had three hits, including a home run, three runs and three RBIs for Foran. Eddie Michaud added two doubles and three RBIs.

In a Class S second round game, No. 5 Coginchaug edged No. 21 St. Paul 2-1. Ross Burton’s single scored Eddie Ruddy with the game-winning run in the bottom of the seventh inning.

Updated brackets...

Class LL
Class L
Class M
Class S

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Register's All-Tournament Name Team

Head coach: Bunty Ray, Bristol Central

1. Matt Calzone, Pomperaug
2. Robert Butterworth, Bunnell
3. David Solomon, Canton
4. Dan Pidgeon, Darien
5. Will Halliday, Fairfield Warde
6. Zach Wolfgang, Fitch
7. Brett Michael Doran, Law
8. Brandon Webb, Maloney
9. Jeffrey Speed, Staples

Thursday's Highlights

Class LL
No. 15 Manchester 2, No. 31 Hamden 1: Dan Sullivan’s two-run double lifted Manchester over Hamden.
Kyle Laubon picked up the win for Manchester.
No. 3 Pomperaug 6, No. 14 Cheshire 5: A six-run third inning propelled the Panthers over the Rams.
Matt Jefferis went 2-for-4 with three RBIs for the Rams.
No. 8 Xavier 7, No. 9 New Britain 4: Kevin Landers had two hits and two RBIs as the Falcons beat the Hurricanes.
Greg Marino added two hits, two runs and an RBI for Xavier.
No. 1 Amity 8, No. 16 Windsor 0: Joe Ciancola struck out eight and allowed one hit through five innings as the Spartans blanked Windsor. Ciancola added two RBIs and Brian Kernan went 3-for-4 with two RBIs and two runs.
No. 6 Law 1, No. 11 Torrington 0: Brett Michael Doran reached on a walk and later scored on an error for the game’s only run as the Lawmen blanked the Red Raiders in the second round at Milford.
Doran also tossed a one-hitter with eight strikeouts for Law. Joe Mateo threw a one-hitter for Torrington.
No. 5 Notre Dame-West Haven 8, No. 21 Branford 3: T.J. Shea had two hits and two RBIs as the Green Knights beat the Hornets.
No. 25 North Branford 5, No. 9 Wolcott 2: Dan Esposito tossed a three-hitter and had two hits and two RBIs. Jesse Castaldi and Anthony Vorio both homered for the Thunderbirds.
No. 23 Westbrook 6, No. 7 Wheeler 0: Dane Pallotto went the distance, striking out four and allowing just five hits in Westbrook’s win.
John Mooney had two RBIs for Westbrook.

Updated brackets...

Class LL
Class L
Class M
Class S

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Thursday, June 3, 2010

Throwback Thursday

Dan Paolini, Siena sophomore
High school: Bunnell 2008

Position: OF
Games: 53
Avg.: .368
Runs: 62
HR: 26
RBI: 64
Hits: 78

*Paolini was named this year's MAAC player of the year.

For more on Paolini, click here.

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Huge Win for Hamden

Momentum certainly wasn't on Hamden's side entering the Class LL state tournament. The Green Dragons lost seven of their final eight games of the regular season.

They managed to beat Crosby in the play-in game, and their reward was No. 2 Staples and ace left-hander David Speer in the opening round.

With a pair of Division I pitchers, complemented by a lineup that was just as talented, Staples was expected to challenge for a Class LL title. Especially with some added motivation, after falling in the opening round of the FCIAC tournament as the top seed.

Instead, No. 31 Hamden shocked the Wreckers with a 7-3 win Wednesday.

The Green Dragons led 5-1 in the fourth when the game was suspended due to lightning on Tuesday.

Hamden picked up right where it left off though.

"We have good hitters, who were patient," Hamden coach Tony DeAngelo said.

And playing on the road at Staples - a smaller field than most - worked to Hamden's advantage.

Jordan Teague had two hits, including a two-run home run (his first of the season), to lead the Green Dragons' offense.

On the mound, P.J. Scott has emerged as a reliable arm on a pitching staff that was a concern for Hamden for most of the year. He picked up the win against Crosby and came in during the fourth inning to hold off the Wreckers.

"That play-in game really turned things around for us," DeAngelo said. "The kids are ecstatic. They can't wait to get back on field."

Hamden travels to face No. 15 Manchester in the second round today at 3:30 p.m.

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Live Video Webcast

Want to check out the Class L second-round matchup between No. 5 Notre Dame-West Haven and No. 21 Branford today, but can't make the game? will be doing a live video webcast of the game, which is set to begin at 3 p.m.

Wednesday's Highlights

No. 31 Hamden 7, No. 2 Staples 3: Jordan Teague had two hits, including a two-run home run for the Green Knights.
No. 7 Shelton 10, No. 10 Newington 2: Tom Carroll had a two-run home run, two doubles and three RBIs for the Gaels. Ryan Daiss addeded two hits and four RBIs.
No. 8 Xavier 4, No. 25 Conard 0: Lou Iannotti had three hits and three RBIs for the Falcons. Shaun Coughlin allowed just five hits and struck out eight in the complete-game shutout.
No. 15 North Haven 5, No. 2 Bethel 4 (8): The Indians scored three runs in the top of the eighth, two which were forced in when Devon DeCarr and Chris Lavorgna were hit by pitches with the bases loaded.
No. 5 Notre Dame-West Haven 3, No. 28 Wethersfield 2: The Green Knights advanced when they drew a bases-loaded walk in the bottom of the seventh inning. Chris Baglini had wo hits and two RBIs for the Green Knights.
No.6 Law 17, No. 27 Wilby 3: Jeff St. Pierre went 3-for-3 with a grand slam to lead the rout of the Wildcats.
No. 14 Sheehan 10, No. 3 Wilton 0: Jim Davitt scattered six hits and struck out seven in a complete-game shutout for the Titans.
No. 25 North Branford 7, No. 8 Wilcox Tech 4: In n a game suspended after seven innings on Tuesday due to lightning, the Thunderbirds used a three-run eighth inning to seal the win.
Matt Proto went 3-for-4 with two RBIs.
No. 2 Haddam-Killingworth 6, No. 34 Windham 4: Dan Milardo had two hits and two runs for the Cougars.
No. 6 Derby 2, No. 11 Windsor Locks 1: Adam Greenhill's pinch-hit single lifted the Red Raiders, as Derby rallied to score two runs in the bottom of the seventh.
No. 23 Westbrook 4, No. 10 Old Lyme 3: Matt Forest went the distance allowing just two earned runs in and went 2-for-3 with a double, an RBI and a run for Westbrook.

Updated brackets...

Class LL
Class L
Class M
Class S

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Wednesday, June 2, 2010

Gatorade Player Of The Year

Waterford senior Colin O'Keefe has been named this year's Gatorade Connecticut Baseball Player of the Year.

The 6-foot-1, 175-pound lefthander is 5-2 with a 1.59 ERA and 93 strikeouts this season. At the plate, O'Keefe is batting .417 with 22 RBIs.

O'Keefe will pitch at Virginia Tech next season.

He is the first player from Waterford to win the award.

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Video Interview With Sheehan's Mark Brennan

Here's the game story from Sheehan's 11-6 win over East Haven on Tuesday.

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Around the Bases Podcast

Tuesday, June 1, 2010

Tuesday's Highlights

Class LL
No. 7 Shelton 10, No. 26 Farmington 1: Ryan Daiss had a grand slam and Dan St. George added a solo home run to lift the Gaels over Farmington.
Also, Eric Christensen had two hits, tying the school record for career hits with 108.
Class L
No. 15 North Haven 6, No. 18 Avon 1: Chris LaVorgna had two RBIs for the Indians. Brian Salzillo earned his sixth win of the season.
Class M
No. 16 Foran 1, No. 17 Plainfield 0: Brian O’Keefe tossed a no-hitter and Matt Aspinwall drove in the winning run in the bottom of the seventh for the Lions.
O’Keefe struck out 11 and walked two.

Updated brackets...

Class LL
Class L
Class M
Class S

Conference Breakdown

Here's a breakdown of how each conference has fared in state finals from 2000-09.
Thanks to the New London Day's Ned Griffen for the info.

Berkshire 1-0 1.000

SCC 12-6 .667

FCIAC 6-3 .667

ECC 8-5 .615

SWC 5-6 .455

NCCC 2-4 .333

NVL 1-2 .333

CCC 4-9 .308

Shoreline 1-4 .200

CSC 0-1 .00

State Tournament Preview

The state tournament opens today. Check out these links...

Here is an overview of each class along with some predictions.

Check out some players to watch here.

Here is some storylines to keep an eye on as the state tournaments unfolds.