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Tuesday, September 6
CT Bombers 2017 Tournaments

The CT Bombers are proud to announce they will once again host three PONY tournaments in 2017. These tournaments, and team committed to playing in them are as follows;


May 20-21, Rose City Rumble, 10-U & 12-U, a PONY National Qualifier

CT Bomber (PD)
CT Eliminators (PD)
Valley Fusion (PD)

Cheshire Wildcats '05
Coventry Crush Black
CT Bombers Black (PD)
CT Bombers White (PD)
CT Breakaways 1
CT Eliminators (PD)
CT Lady Nationals (PD)
CT Rockets
CT Shock (PD)
CT Titans Blue (PD)
KP Pride Green (PD)
KP Pride White (PD)
Northeast Hurricanes (NY) (PD)
Southington Lightning 04's (PD)
Valley Fusion(PD)

June 17-18, Father's Day Slugfest, 14-U & 16-U, a PONY National Qualifier

Cheshire Wildcats 03 (PD)
CT Bombers Black (PD)
CT Bombers White (PD)
CT Mayhem (PD)
CT Pride
CT Titans Green (PD)
Mass Xtreme 1(PD)

CT Bombers Black (PD)
CT Bombers Teal (PD)
CT Breakaways
CT Seahawks 14-U
CT Tides Softbal (PD)
Southington Lightning
Xtreme Chaos (PD)

August 5-6, Last Blast, 14-U & 16-U, a post Nationals open roster PONY Invitational


CT Bombers White 12-U (PD)
CT Bombers Black (PD)
CT Tides White (PD)

CLCF Bombers Gold
CT Bombers White 14-U (PD)
CT Bombers Black (PD)
CT Eliminators Black (PD)
Quinnipiac Tornados (PD)
South County Sea Devils Blue (PD)
Stratford Breakers Blue (PD)

2017 Season Highlights

12-U Black, arrives at the Dome in Queensbury NY to play two on a Friday evening. The first game at 6:50 vs the Seymour Tradition turns into an 8-1 victory while the second at 7:50 PM ends as a 14-2 loss to Team Long Island (the third to TLI of the 2017 pre-season).
12-U White, arrives for their first game of the weekend being the 6:30 game vs the Mid Hudson Rebels which results in a 9-0 win for the older of the two Bombers teams in action this evening.

12-U White, starts Saturday play with the 7:30 AM game vs the CT Seahawks. A good close game results ina 2-1 loss for the Bombers.
12-U Black plays their third and final pool play game at 8:50 AM vs the Ulster Fillies. The hard fought game ends in a 2-2 tie. After all the remaining games are played, with their 1-1-1 record, the 12-U Black has earned the #7 seed and a 7:30 AM start on Sunday.
12-U White, plays their final pool play game at 10:10 AM vs a young and over-matched CT Titans. The Bombers earn a 12-0 victory, a 2-14 record, and the #5 seed for Sunday morning.

12-U Black, earn a 7-5 win over the CT Eliminators advancing to the quarterfinals.
12-U White, advance to the quarterfinals after a quick dispatch of the #12 seeded CT Diamond Club.

12-U Black, faces the Ulster Fillies again at 12:50 in the quarterfinal game and despite some bright spots, fall 7-2. They finish the weekend with a 2-2-1 record.
12-U White, face the CT Seahawks for a second time in two days at 2:10 unfortunately the result is the same and the Bombers are eliminated. The older squad finishes the weekend with a 3-2 record.

A weekend well spent by both teams!

16-U Teal, arrived at the Dome for a 7:50 PM start on Friday night. Given the long day, the 3+ hour drive up, and the late start the game was not one that could be described as perfect but the good guys pulled out an 8-5 victory over Stampede. Saturday started with a 10:10 game vs the CT Raiders and ended with a 9-2 victory, the third and final game of pool play was a 12:50 match-up with an old nemesis the East Coas Impact Gold. The clock ran out with Teal, the home team, down 4-3 with runners on second and third with one out and reverted back to the previous inning as we had not tied, taken the lead, or completed the inning. That made this game a 2-0 loss.The 2-1 finish gave the Teal team the #7 seed for Sunday morning.
18-U Arrived for their 3:30 start and behind strong pitching and Hot Bats (that lasted all day) they quickly dispatched the Northeast Xtreme 12-0 in 2-1/2 innings.The second game saw our team up 11-7 with two outs on their opponent in the bottomhalf of the inning, two strikes on the batter, and the clock ran out. This caused the game to revert back to the previousinning resulting in a 5-5 tie being recorded with the Capitol Region Reign. The third and final Pool Play game was an 8-5 victory over the CT Comets. This 7:30 game ended just prior to 9:00 PM to end the tournament events of the day. The 2-0-1 record earned our 18-U Team with the #4 seed and a 10:10 start on Sunday morning.

We turn the clocks ahead and everyone loses an hours sleep! 

16-U Teal have a 7:30 start on Sunday morning vs the 10th seeded Dutchess Debs. A somewhat lethargic affair ends with a 4-1 victory for the good guys who advance to the quarter finals.
18-U start at 10:10 vs the 13th seeded VT Storm who played much better than they had on Saturday giving our team a run before we prevailed with a 3-2 victory to advance to the quarterfinals.

16-U Teal starts their quarter final game at 12:50 vs the #2 seeded CT Legends. This game is never truly in jeopardy as the Teal team pulls off a 9-2 win to advance to the semifinals.
18-U starts their quarter final game vs the 5th seeded CT Eliminators Elite at 2:10. The game starts off fairly well with the Bombers taking a 5-0 lead. As can happen in softball however, they quickly find themselves in a 5-5 tie. The final inning with the clock running out, was played to a draw forcing ITB. In the first inning, yes there is more, of ITB sees the ZEliminators score 4 runs taking a 9-5 lead. The Bombers come up in the bottom of the inning and score 4 of their own, forcing a second inning of ITB. The Eliminators score two in the top half of the inning before being put down. Our team comes up in the bottom needing less than they did in the previous inning. They push one run across the plate making it an 11-10 game and then come up just that short. A very loud, intense, nerve wracking game ends with us just short of advancing to the semifinals. The squad ends the weekend with a 3-1-1 record. They end the preseason with a 5-3-1 record over the two tournaments played.

16-U Teal start their semifinal game at 3:30 (while the 18-U team is still playing on the other field) vs the #6 seeded Stampede who they had played on Friday night. This is a much better played game on both sides that was closer than the 9-3 score would indicate. It was a 5-3 game before Kelsie L hit her second Grand Slam in as many tournaments (both in the semifinals to boot) to give Teal all the cushion they would need to advance to the Championship game.

16-U Teal start the Championship game at 5:30 PM vs the #1 seeded East Coast Impact Gold who again start their pitcher reportedly going to Marist on a full ride next year. After a scoreless first Teal went down 1-0 in the bottom of the second only to take the lead 2-1 in the top of the third. ECI scored three in the bottom of the third to take the lead back at 4-2. The top of the fourth saw the Bombers score three times retaking the lead 5-4. After pitching changes by both teams and some special defense this is where the game ended with 16-U Teal earning the Championship with a 6-1 record for the weekend. They end the preseason at 16-2 with two Championships and one Runners-up over the three tournaments played. 

14-U Black headed North to the Dome in Queensbury NY to play their second tournament of the preseason. Drawing the late schedule, starting at 3:30 PM, seemed to work against the team as they dropped the first two games in pool play prior to winning their third and final game of the day. The 1-2 record earned the team the #8 seed and a match-up with the #9 seed at 7:30 AM. The game was a close contest ending 8-6 in the wrong direction and sending our team home with a 1-3 record for the weekend. 

16-U Teal took their first trip of the winter season up to the Dome pulling the early morning schedule (starting at 7:30) the team combined for a 3-0 day allowing 2 runs while earning the #1 Seed for eliminations on Sunday. Sunday started with a win over the #9 seed followed by another more difficult win over the #5 seed, and culminated with a comeback falling short while losing to the #2 Seeded Empire State Huskies. The 5-1 weekend earned the team Second Place for their efforts.

 14-U Black  went to play a one day tournament in the Danbury CT Dome. They started the day with a win for the young team but the day got more difficult from there.Dropping the next two Pool Play games, and their first round elimination game the squad ended the day with a 1-3 record. As usual, valuable lessons were learned and points to work on uncovered. All in all a good experience.

16-U Black headed North to our winter home in Queensbury NY to play at the Dome. The clock was not our friend this day. One game stopped and reverted back to the previous inning changing a win to a loss, another game stopped down 1 with runners on second and third and only one out. The third was a legitimate loss to a good team. The combined results were an 0-3 day. Sunday saw heavy snow with a 18-20" prediction. As the #13 seed the team joined a few others and bugged out for home rather than wait to do so when the storm was at it's height. 

14-U White returns to The Dome for their second outing of the season. A great Pool Play once again, posting a 3-0 record. The ream needed and got a shutout in their third Pool Play game in order to be the #1Seed. This set up a late start on Sunday which turned into an agonizing 4-3 loss to the eventual Champions and an abrupt end to the weekend. Still the team had 4 legitimate over the fence HR's and excellent pitching throughout. While disappointing, good things abound and as always things to work on were uncovered.

18-U's turn at the Dome, for their first tournament of the young new year. They dropped a Friday night game before dropping their first game on Saturday but rallied to win their third and final Pool Play game Saturday afternoon. The squad carried that momentum into Sunday morning where they were again victorious in their first game before matching up with the #1 Seed and suffering a final defeat for the weekend. Still a 2-3 start to tournament play with lessons learned is not a bad way to spend a January weekend. 


12-U Black, our 11 year old team made the journey to The Dome in Queensbury NY for their first outing of the season, The team pulled a very tough draw facing perennial powerhouses, Dutchess Debs, Team Long Island, and the Empire State Huskies and as a result went 0-3 in pool play, Unfortunately for the young squad this set them up to face Team LI again on Sunday morning. They finished the weekend with an 0-4 record and some valuable lessons. Next time will be different!

14-U White, our 14 y/o team traveled to our winter home at the Dome in Queensburry NY to play in the weekend tournament. They posted a 4-0 record in Pool Play, having pulled the extra game due to an odd number of teams, won the first game on Sunday advancing to the quarter finals where they lost to the NJ Jaguars who went on to place second. All in all a good 5-1 weekend on their first outing of the year. Many good things and some to work on before they return the first week in February to compete again.

Both of the 16-U teams attended a 16/18-U Tournamentat the Danbury Sports Dome. The tournament was a six team affair scheduled to be a one day event.

16-U Black (15 y/o Team)
Started at 10:00 vs the WTN Rapida with a one run loss as a late inning comeback fell just short, followed by an 11:30 win over the Fairfield Fury, and a 1:00 victory over the CT Fusio. Yes that was a back-to-back-to-back schedule. As the 2-1 team with the least runs allowed the team earned the #2 seed and a bye to the semi-finals at 6:00. The layoff, or the day, may have been a bit too long as the good guys fell short vs the CT Seashawks and were eliminated. A 2-2 day earning a Third Place finish in their first outing for the 2017 season. All in all a good day.

16-U Teal (16 y/o team)
Started at 10:00 with a win over the CT Seahawks followed by an 11:30 win over the CT Fusion. After a gamebreak off a thiord win this time over the Fairfield Fury. Being the only 3-0 team they earned a bye to the semi-finals. At 6:00the team once again defeated the Fairfield Fury advancing to the 7:30 PM Championship game vs the CT Seahawks. In the Championship game the team earned a 6-0 victory capturing the Championship. The day started with 9:00 AM warm-ups and ended at 9:00 PM with the crown. In the middle were 5 victories allowing only 1 run all day long. This was also a defense of the Title won last season in the inagural Holiday Swan Song. A very good start and a high bar set for the 2017 season.

12/2-4, 2016;
Well the 2017 Season has kicked off early and with results to be proud of

Our 12-U White (12 Year Old) Team traveled North to the Dome in Queensbury NY for their season opening event. In this 6 team tournament the team did great on Saturday going 3-0, allowing 4 runs, to earn the #1 seed. Sunday saw a bye to the semi-finals where the team won in ITB to advance to the Championsip Game. The girls fought hard but fell to the New Jersey Vipers 6-4. They ended the weekend with a 4-1 record and in Second Place finish.

2016 Season Highlights

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2014 Season Highlights

Season Summary by the numbers:

2013 Season Highlights

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2012 Tournament Season Wrap-up

What n interesting and rewarding season. Fielding 7 teams to offer the girls in Eastern CT the best possible oportunity for exposure, experience, and growth. We, as an organization, had an extremely successful season. As team records and accomplishments go;


10-U 19-16-1, 1 First, 2 Second place finishes

12-U 32-25-1, 3 Second Place finishes

14-U 18-31-2, 1 Second Place finish

16-U Black 20-29-3, 1 Championship

16-U Teal 37-16-1, 5th at PONY Nationals, 2 Second Place Finishes

16-U White 27-27, 9th Place at PONY Nationals, 1 Championship, 1 Second Place Finish

18-U 37-8-3, 32-2-1 over the last 35 games, 1 First Place (Showcases often don't crown Champions and this team did almost all showcase events)


190-152-11 for the organization.

Please Check Out Our Sponsors!!!!

We are very fortunate for the support we receive from our Sponsors, so please take a moment and check them out. Simply click on "sponsors" on the left of this screen and see what wonderful organizations have blessed us with their support.


Monday, January 3
Platinum Level Sponsors

Flanagan Bros
Flanagan Industries

25 Mill Street
Glastonbury CT 06033
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Tuesday, April 3
Hespeler Electrical Contracting LLC

6 Wolf Ridge Gap
Ledyard CT 06339

Rated A+ by the BBB 

A Platinum Level Sponsor of our 14-U Team

Tuesday, April 3
Preventure Inc.

2006 Nooseneck Hill Road
Coventry RI 02816

A Platinum Level Sponsor of the entire organization! 


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