Bridgeport Senior City: Archives

Wednesday, December 14
2011 highlights

STE 2 26 4

Fedells finishes 2-2 in NABF World Series!

Fedells behind two huge late game rallies earn record of 2-2 in pool play but are eliminated by tie breaker.

Fedells and Storm are headed to West Haven, Hunters to Hackensack and Chad's will take a shot at Braintree, MA

Fedells clinches league title with win over Fairfield, Storm secures 2nd place with win over Bellows. Hunters and Chad's split a double header.

Bellows clings to life with extra innings win over Storm, Dri Tec shuts out Fedells, Hunters hang in with win over STE.

Chad's earns split sweep over STE (7-0) and Fedells (6-1)

Bajerski walk off homer lift Fedell's to win over Bellows. Andy Mayer's dominance over Fedell's ends in bottom of 7th. Jason Foster spins complete game shut out.

Bellows remains in the hunt with a lot of games coming up this week with win over Chad's

Hunters/Dri Tec split the weekend, Soulier tosses 5th straight shut out in 11-0 Sunday victory, Mcgloughin gets win for Dri Tec 3-1.

Fedells rallies past Storm, inch closer to league title.

Hunters get by STE 4-0, Fairfield upset Dri Tec

Fedells hold off Storm 1-0, remained tied at the top. Wiacek and Foster combine on the shut out.

Bellows picks up crucial 1-0 win over Fedells. Andy Mayer keeps Bellows alive for league championship.

Storm continues to cruise through season, pick up victories over Fairfield and Dri Tec.

Bellows and Chad's split the weekend. Bellows with remarkable victory on saturday rallying 3x to win in 9. John Ascenzia shuts down Bellows for win on Sunday night for Chad's.

Dri Tec and Hunters split in pivitol July 4th double header. Dinahanian gets win in game 1 9-4, Gouin and Rohrig shut down Dri tec in game 2 8-1. Joe Poletsky homers and Cameron Mcgriff (2 2b's 3b) lead Hunters offense.

Soulier matches Guilfoyle with 7 shut out innings but Hunters get 2 in the 8th, as Hunters beat Fairfield 2-0.

Ineson throws gem, Storm back in tie at the top with 4-0 win over Hunters.

Fedell's grabs hold of first with decisive win over Storm.

Hunters get better of Chad's behind Gouin and Funaro. Blaze homers for


Bellows hold off Dri Tec 3-2 Dan Mahlstedt earns win, Bellows keeps pace with league leaders.

Chad's riding hot streak, upset Bellows behind Blaze and Gambardella. Dimon

tough loss.

Fedells cruises past Fairfield

Chad's returns the favor, come from behind to top Dri Tec.

Hunters handle Fedells, race tightens at the top.

Dinahanian goes distance, Dri Tec outlast Chad's in 11.

Hunters get a no hitter from Zach Soulier in win over STE.

Chad's beat Storm 3-1 behind Scott Carew, even up record at 5-5.

Nico Gambardella shuts out STE (2-0) as Chad's improves to 4-5.

Dri Tec and Storm split weekend, Fedell's gets solid outing from Todd Savatney to shut out Hunters.

Matt Bartolomei earns 7th win for Storm in impressive fashion. cg shutout 15 k's, 3-0 over Fairfield.

Hunters win three straight behind shut outs by Brian Gouin and Zach Soulier. Alex Almeida leading offense for Milford.

Bellows holds off Milford in the 7th, Jim Dimon earns win, Nick Piccirillo homers for Bellows.

Storm rallies past Chad's, win in extras. Bartolomei (5-0) earns another win.

Soulier leads Hunters past Fairfield 7-1. Gabe Guerino and Bob Pagel lead the offense.

Fedell's wins another in last at bat. Memoli game winner. Cimino homers.

Fedell's outlasts Hunters in 9. Galemba sac fly wins it 3-2. Renzoni with win in relief. Caserta leads offense.

Storm holds off STE 2-0, Matt Paz 9 k's outduels Dom Merole.

Fairfield Baseball Club upset Bellows 2-1. Mike Guilfoyle earns the w.

Schulick and Tokarz lead Bellows (3-0) past Hunters 7-2.

Bellows outlast Fedells. Took 5 innings to break through but Bellows put 6 on the boad. Andy Mayer earns the win.

Storm cruises through Fairfield, Everyday Bartolomei already 2-0 with a 10k shutout

Storm Surge-

The Storm rallied back from 3-0 and 6-2 deficits to beat the Hunters 7-6 in 8 innings. Pete Barrows hit a sac fly to win it, Matt Bartolomei earned the win in relief. Jeff Funaro had two 2b's for the Hunters and Cody Quinn had 2 rbi.


Bellows looks to defend its crown vs STE Friday night Trumbull High.

Other weekend match-ups of note, Storm open vs Hunters on Saturday in a playoff rematch from last year and Bellows vs Fedells on Sunday night

Tuesday, May 17

   W L PTS 
BELLOWS* 21 7 36 
FEDELLS  19 32 
MILFORD HUNTERS 17  12  0 34
DRI TEC  15 13  28
MARISSAS 11  17 16
FAIRFIELD 11  17 0 20 
STE  0  28  0 0 

Bellows, Storm advance to NABF Regional in West Haven

Fedells advance to AABC Regional in Worcester

Milford Hunters advance to NABF Regional in Hackensack

Fedells 5-0 advance to AABC State championship game

Milford Hunters and Storm finish 4-2 in State Tournament 




July 18

Bellows rallies to defeat dri tec in 7th.

Storm continues hot streak, within game of division lead

Hunters free fall continues, lose to Marisas and Fedells rallies from 3-0 for second straight day 

July 17

Fedells rallies to knock off Hunters, Memoli steals home for winning run.

Dri Tec continues to stay in the hunt. Knock off Marisas. 

July 11

Bellows takes over league lead, Storm suffers first setback in 8 games.  

July 4

Hunters offense comes to life, Antonino, Czekaj, Bottigliero and Funaro all with two hits in 11-3 win. 

july 3

hunters steal one from fairfield, 5 stolen bases in first inning lead to 4 runs, james campbell k's 12 in five innings for the win

dri tec pounds ste twice in double header sweep, Dinahanian and McGloughlin earn the wins 

july 2

Storm on a roll, take another one from Fedells, stay alive. 3-0 

july 1

lavin outlasts guilfoyle, dri tec stays in hunt

prod breaks out in storm win over hunters, 3-2 o'leary gets the win. 

June 30

licinsky 3 run homer propels Bellows over Hunters

Storm slows down Fedells, Nevells earns win. 

June 27

Hunters escape Fairfield 2-1, Jeff Funaro solo shot ties it, Drew Accomando sac fly wins it. Shuckerow to 3-1. 

June 26

Dimon holds off Hunters, Widger game winning 2b, Conner 3 hits

Marisas outlast Storm, Hayden clutch outing

Fedells rolling, knock off STE 

June 21

Rohrig improves to 4-0, Hunters defeat Marisas 

June 20

Hunters outlast Storm 1-0, Shuckerow outduels Bartolomei, Antonino drives in Funaro for only run.

Hunters beat STE 8-1, Bob Pagel gets win #2

Steve McGloughlin holds off Marisas as dri tec earns big w 

June 19

Hunters behind Bottgiliero (2b,hr, 4 rbi) and Campbell hold off Fairfield 5-3

Bellows back on track, win over Marisas

Iverson rolls another shut out 4-0 Fedells over dri tec 

June 16

Fairfield Vets Lee and Guilfoyle lead newcomers past defending champs Bellows 

Fedells decisive in win over Bellows

Jason Foster limits Bellows, Buswell and Peloso lead the offense in first place showdown




Fedells pitching allows 3 hits, 0 runs over Hunters and STE to open 2-0. Highlighted by Sam Iverson's no hitter and offense of Matt Memoli and Tom Koch.

Storm cruises past STE, outlasts Bellows behind TJ O"Leary to open 2-0, Carlos Ramirez homers twice for Storm.

Marissas behind Nico Gambardella defeat Bellows on opening day, then knock off Fairfield Baseball Club to keep pace with Fedells and Storm.

Bellows despite only allowing 3 runs finds itself 0-2 early in the year.

Fairfield gets Senior City debut win over Dri Tec, bests Adam Dinahanian.

Jim Dimon/Max Catapano hold off Hunters. Bellows 2-1 on bases loaded walk.


Gambardella  gets win #2, Marisa's over STE.

Catapano(Bellows) outduels Iverson (Fedells) 1-0 in 9. Allows only a double to Iverson and k's 17.

Accomando leads Hunters to 4-0 win over Dri Tec on Memorial Day. Nick Czekaj double provides enough offense.

Hermanson and Czekaj lead Hunters over STE, Blaze homers in 8-2 win.

Tonelli leads Dri Tec over STE

Hunter Phillips two run double off fence proves game winner in Hunter over Fairfield, Dooling homers for Hunters.

Bob Pagel goes distance for Hunters over Marisas, in 2-1 win. Czekaj homers.

Buswell, Koch lead Fedells offensive attack over Dri Tec.

Nevills, Dri Tec shut out Hunters 1-0. 

Fedells rolls STE, Koch, Carroll lead offense.

Monday, July 26
2010 Stan Musial State tournament

State Tournament 

day 1 (tuesday)

milford vs netxam 5:45 foran high school milford

crusaders vs berlin 6:00 pat wall field

Bridgewater vs Total 7pm Danbury High School

Brewers vs Storm 8pm Pat Wall Field

Outlaws vs naugatuck 730 Rotary Field

day 2

Milford vs Crusaders 5:45 foran

Outlaws vs Storm 7pm Bethel High School

Bridgewater Bye

Netxam Bye

Total vs Berlin 7pm pat wall

Brewers vs Naugatuck 8:30 Municipal 







Regional Tournament

day 1 (wednesday)

wolcott scrappers vs fedells 8pm wolcott

brass city vs all star batting 7pm danbury high school

marisas vs watertown 6pm rotary field naugatuck

bellows vs bethlehem 730 trumbull high school

Milford Hunters
Milford Hunters Baseball
Friday, March 6

Sunday, February 22
2008 recap









 Storm#  20  8 0         40
 Fedells#  16  10 1


 Dri Tec@  15  12 


 Milford Hunters@  14  12 2


 Marissas@  10  16 0


 CT Home Additions@  10  13 1







 STE  3  24



*league champion

#qualifies for NABF Regional Tournament

@qualifies for AABC State Tournament

Bellows Beats Dri Tec, Fedells claims NABF spot





it's the final countdown, fedells puts another late rally to spoil CHA upset 

walk this way, bellows takes advantage of free passes to ease by eid 

Lovin every minute of it, Jeff Love beats hunters, dri tec stays alive in chase 



Hunters cap unprobable comeback, down three, Kevin Zikaras two run homer ties it with two out bottom seven, Joe Rohrig double wins it two batters later 

Everyday Bartolomei, wins third game over weekend, Fedells, Hunters and Dri Tec the victims 

Hurvel outduels Mayer but Mayer comes out on top, bellows 3 fedells 2 

Bainer leads Hunters over Marissa's 6-1, Jared Rohrig 3 hits 

Bellows Back on top of Senior City, beat STE 6-0 

Fedells Rolling, Kulhawik shuts down Dri Tec 

Carrol carries Fedell past CHA 

apple bottom jeans boots with the fur, the storm got loh loh loh, beat CHA 3-2 

Blaze Blast Buswell Bomb Bury Storm 

Bellows wins heavyweight match up in extras 6-5

Cotoni leads Hunters over Dri Tec 4-2 

Mones continues excellent season shuts out Storm 

Marissas upsets Storm in extras 

Dri Tec outlasts Ct Home Additions in 14 innings 2-1 

Storm holds off Hunters 6-5 

Fedells 2 Eid 1, Hurvel on a roll 

EID getting hot beat Marissas

Bellows wins it in last at bat vs Fedells 

Marissas collecting wins, knock off CT Home Adds 

Storm steamrolling knock off Bellows 2-1 

EID with upset of year, Pat Tracy shuts out Dri Tec 

Dri Tec stingy with runs beats Fedells 1-0 

Bethke Beats Bellows 4-1  CT Home Adds is on board with win

Hunters 2 STE 2, STE ties in seventh, darkness prevails 

Hunters 9 STE 7 ugly game 

Guilfoyle shuts out Bellows, Dri Tec wins first battle of titans

Storm keeps rolling, knocks off EID 

Hunters outlast Fedells in wild one 10-8 Maurutis and Blaze leave the yard

Cotoni wins second Hunters beat EID, Shuckerow leads offense 

Joe Wilson leads Dri Tec in shut out over STE 

Storm highlights impressive start with win over CT Home Additions

Bellows holds off Fedells despite homers from Blaze and Galemba

Dri Tec Memorable win over Hunters, Bruno game winning hit in extras, Erickson dominates out of pen. 

hunters climb back after rough start, cotoni limits storm to 1 run 

fedells back on track del buono shuts down eid 

sheehy one hits marissas, bellows rolls

dri tec survives eid scare 

another senior city shocker fedells and ct home adds tie it up at 5 

No surprises here Bellows, Dri Tec and Fedell's unscathed in opening weekend.

Veteran Pitchers lead the way, Manny Torres, Adam Dinahanian and Bobby Jones help clubs earn victories.

Storm holds off Hunters 

2008 Opens with two thrillers at Trumbull HS

In the nightcap Bellows outlasts Hunters 1-0 with a Rob Von Stein (Stonehill)

sac fly to score Lou Tarantino (Pace) who walked stole second was sacrificed to third. Winning pitcher Dusty Mones (Wesleyan) and losing pitcher Jared Rohrig both allowed only one hit.

Marissas scored in the bottom of the seventh to knock off CT Home Additions 4-3. Nico Gambardella won the game as Marissas continues to improve from their 2007 run in the AABC Tournament.

2005 Final Standings









Dri Tec




Milford FPA




CT Storm












CT Reds























Monday, October 15
2007 recap

2007 Awards

MVP Jim Tonelli and John Dorman Dri Tec

Pitchers of the Year: Scott Berney and Dusty Mones

Most Outstanding Player:John Blaze

Rookie of the Year: Brian Halpin

Manager of the Year: Mick Buckmir 

Six Senior City Teams in Regionals this week.

Dri Tec, Bellows, Fedell's, Milford Hunters, CT Home Adds and STE.

STE is runner up in Danbury portion of State Tournament, advances to Long Island

CT Home Adds is Torrington State Champions! Advance to Long Island





Dri Tec 25 2 0 50
Bellows 23 4 0 46
Fedells 18 6 3 39
Milford Hunters 17 9 1 35
CT Home Adds 17 9 1 35
EID 13 14 0 26
RoundTable 12 15 0 24
Stratford Storm 11 16 0 22
STE 11 15 1 23
Marissas 5 22 0 10
Vazzy's 4 23 0 8
Ansonia Outlaws 1 26 0 2

Dri Tec wins regular season championship

Tournament Bids Awarded
Dri Tec-NABF Regional West Haven
Bellows-NABF Regional West Haven
Fedells-NABF Regional West Haven
CT Home Adds-AABC State Torrington
Stratford Storm-AABC State Danbury
EID-AABC State Danbury
STE-AABC State Danbury
Marissas-AABC State Danbury

Bellows Rotation holds off Dri Tec
Another thriller between top two teams in league, Bellows 2-1

Maurutis 1b, 2b, HR lead Hunters past Storm in finale
Chymbor gets win in relief of Shuckerow

Dri Tec win away from Clinching first
Full throttle lineup rout STE, McLoughlin earns win.

Hunters and EID split
Post University teammates Wyman (Hunters) Tracy (EID) each earn wins in split

CT Home Adds Sweep again
one hurdle left in making serious run at third seed

CT Home Adds Sweep Vazzy's
Still in hunt for NABF berth

Dri Tec Comes From Behind, Beats Bellows
In a game between two Senior City Heavyweights, Dri Tec comes from 3-0 back to beat Bellows in Extras, Vroman wins it. Tonelli making run at MVP, game tying 3 run double in sixth

Hunters Holding Steady
Beat Outlaws 14-7. DePolo 2b, 3b, hr in win

Roundtable sticking around
knock off EID 2-0

Fedell's outlasts Storm
Blaze's base hit wins it in extras 3-2. Goldman v Jones duel

Vazzy's gets biggest win of season
1-0 stunner over Fedell's

CT Home Adds gets two creeps up ladder

Mones continues to impress
Bellows stays within one

Shuck shuts down Dri Tec, Maurutis leads offense

Hennessey Handles Bellows
Matt masterful, Halpin leads offense, Milford creeping up.

Dinahanian Denies Storm
 Dri Tec running table with 6-1 win in battle of Stratford

Fedell's bounces back with win over EID
Pacelli drives in winner with sac fly

Roundtable holds off STE
Closing in on earning a berth in AABC

Bellows stuns Fedells Again
galemba's bomb gives Fedell's 3-0 lead in 7th, Bellows rallies to tie, wins it in 10 on wild pitch

Look out for EID
The Rebels up to 7-5 with big win over CT Home Ads, Ken Carrol does the mound work, Zach Herman does the plate work.

Roundtable stays ahead of middle of pack

Smitty stifles ste
Pete Rodrigues leads offense in 11-0 win.

Halpin Handles Outlaws
Brian Halpin (3-3 5 rbi's) leads rout

Zikaras 5 ribs, leads Hunters past Marissa's
Kevin Zikaras doubles in three in the first and two in the sixth, Ryan Antonino (2-3) gets the other runs in.

Roundtable beats Marissa's

Fedell's Adds W
Doug Wenz gets another win, Fedell's holds off CT Home Adds

Antonino's oppo leads way
Ryan Antonino delivered an opposite field home run to break a 4-4 tie in the fourth, before the Hunters exploded for an 11-5 win over Vazzy's.

Hank Spanks two
Henry Lee goes yard twice against Roundtable, CT Home Adds evens up for the year.

Dri Tec Express keeps rolling
Dri Tec continues to find ways to win, Tonelli's trip ribs lead offense, Love gets win in relief.

Ziman ZaMan, another clout for Fedell's OF
Mike Ziman, early contender for rookie of the year, leads Fedell's past roundtable, Kulhawik gets another win.

Goldman Golden, Storm routs Vazzy's

Alphabet Battle goes to EID
Pat Tracy outduels Dom Meroli, Lisi lifts offense.

Fedell's ties Again
Fedell's and STE battle to 5-5 tie at Seaside.

Walk this Way, Bellows Rallies on strength of free passes
Hunters can't find plate, Bellows capitilizes, win wild one 11-10 stay unbeaten.

8 is great for Fedell's, Ziman pops two HR
Another big inning for Fedell's spoils upset bid by CT Home Adds. Mike Ziman  knocks in 7 runs Wenz (3-0) gets win in relief

Calouri Saves the Day for Storm
Matt Calouri gets out of bases loaded jam with winning runs on base to preserve win for storm, Siksay's bases clearing 2b leads offense.

Bellow's Rolls Table
Sheehy a lock, Conner adds more punch to potent lineup.

Roundtable Opening Eyes
With their Skipper ailing, Roundtable keeps winning, knocks off Storm and EID over the weekend.

Bellows Survive Storm
Bellows keeps pace despite getting two hit vs Storm

Fedell's(5-0-1) Blazes trail past Marissa's
John Blaze drives in 4, Wenz keeps winning

Dri Tec(6-0) Bullet Proof
Another shut out for Dri Tec Hurler, Dinahanian(3-0) stymies EID

Bellows Win Factory Produces another Blowout
Bellows holds serve with Dri Tec, moves to 5-0 With 16-3 rout of Outlaws.

Break out the Brooms
Bob Pagel's grand slam, John Wilson's solo shot lead STE to comeback win over Milford. Brian Halpin triples twice for Hunters.
Fedells returns one the distance
Fedells puts up 6 in the 7th to tie CT Home Adds.

Meroli Merolling, STE (1-3) STOPS Hunters(2-5)
Dom Meroli, the best pitcher you never heard of, continues to pitch well for STE. Bob Pagel scores winning run without putting ball in play, Pagel, walks steals second and third and scores on passed ball.

Acc Aces Storm
Dennis Accomando tosses 2 hit complete game to deliver Hunters(2-4) a much needed win over Storm(1-3). Mike Siksay breaks up no hitter with double.

Battle of the Port 1
Bartomelei goes distance to stave off STE, Roundtable moves to(2-1)

Hunters get no Love, Dri Tec (5-0) Rolls
Tonelli's drive seals it,  Jeff Love gets job done.

Cassidy Calms Storm, Shuts Down Vazzy's
Mike Cassidy leads Storm to 6-1 win over Rick Muir and Vazzy's.

Dinahanian Denies EID
Dri Tec got it's second straight two hit shut out to lead the pack at 4-0

Hunters bag W
Milford Hunters balanced attack, Angelo Prisco lead the way. Hunters (1-3), Marissa's (0-3)

Holy Sheehy, another no-no for Bellow's Ace
Mike Sheehy fans 18 allows no hits to keep up with Bauman and Mones in the domination department. Bellows (3-0), Vazzy's (1-2)

Ho-Hum Dri Tec's Berney (3-0) shuts out Marissa's (1-2)
Scott Berney remains among the state's elite with two hit shut out.

EID(2-0) turns Back Storm (0-2)
Despite being even in hit department EID means RUNS, 15-3.

Wenz Wins Again
Outduels Maroli as Fedell's (3-0) knocks off STE (0-2)

Kulhawik outduels Shuckerow
Galla and Buswell lead Fedell's(2-0) over Hunters (0-3)

Vazzy's(1-1) on Board with win over Marissa's (0-1)
Jim Olayos fires one hitter with 11 k's, JJ Salta leads offense.

Fedell's (1-0) Wenz hurls No No against Roundtable (1-1)
Doug Wenz fires up seven innings of no hit baseball, Blaze and Galla lead offense

Mones Money, Outlaws Outlooking
Dusty Mones fans 16 Outlaws(0-1) as Bellows(2-0) cruises 6-0

CT Home Additions (1-0) Continue Storm Mastery (0-1)
Ed Bethke goes distance to defeat Storm, Henry Lee leads offense

Dri Tec (2-0) Outlasts Vazzy's (0-1)
Tonelli drives in Thompson to win it in 10th

Bellows (1-0) bellowers boom on Hunters(0-2)
Continue dominance over Milford nine, 15-1
Berney at it again
Scott Berney leads Dri Tec (1-0) past STE  in opener,
Berney flirts with no-no

Roundtable(1-0)  EEEEses past Milf Hunters (0-1)
Hunters commit four errors in fifth as the Table opens season with 9-1 win

2006 recap
Tight race as season winds down
Dri Tec, Bellows and Storm fighting for top spots

Dri Tec wins 2006 League Championship
Love hurls Dri Tec past FPA

Marissa's Stuns Storm
Ondy's granny propels win over Storm

Bernardo Leads EID past MPS
Win solidifies post season tournament for EID

Diaz goes deep, Parcella knocks in GWRBI
Nolan notches W For FPA

Love & Dinahanian keep Dri Tec on Top

Galla Goes Deep, Fedells wins season series vs Bellows
Estrada outduels Bauman

Feller foils upset
Ian Feller's 6th inning triple drives in go ahead runs as FPA avoids MPS upset

Kyle O'Neill leads FPA past EID
3 hits and homer in first

Berney shuts down FPA(again)
Pitcher of the year candidate dominant in '06

Rohrig double upsets Fedells
Joe Rohrig's bases loaded double erases blown save

O'Leary lifts Storm back into race
O'Leary allows a couple base hits as Storm inches closer to top spots

Bellows' Chaves & Avery dismantle FPA 11-3
Bellows Belts 14 Base Hits in Rout, Bellows keeps pace with league leaders

Dri Tec(14-2) Rallies to beat Fedell's(9-6)
Trailing 4-0 into top of the 7th Dri Tec mounts 4 run rally. Tonelli ties it, Thompson wins it in 8th

Rodrigues Powers Storm(11-4) to Sweep
Pete Rodrigues combines for four hits, 3 rbi, and 2 runs in sweep over STE & EID

Fiorillo, Rodrigues Pace Storm
Fiorillo & Rodrigues homer in 11-6 win over FPA

O'Leery & Fiorillo Lead Storm
TJ O'Leary shuts out Dri Tec, Fiorillo homer difference in 2-0 win

Mones Dusts off Roundtable
Bellows Keeps Pace

Warner Wears Out Storm
Reds Rout 15-2

Muir Mows Down MPS
Muir ties for league lead in Wins

Love Leads Dri Tec
Jeff Love (3-0) shuts out STE

Roundtable Upends Marissa's

Spencer Brown picks up W

Garay Leads Way for the Table
Will Garay pitches and hits past STE

Nastu NaSTE
Fedell's Lee Nastu shuts down STE, Buswell Leads O

EID takes two
EID defeats Roundtable & MPS to draw even on season

Dolyak Jack Backs Bellows
Sean Dolyak's 7th Inning homer sends game into extra frame, Bellows Beats Fedells in 8

King Crowns Storm
Jeff King outduels Mike Cassidy as Reds defeat Storm

Sweeney Perfect vs Round Table
Dennis Sweeney tosses perfect game

Wenz Wins Fedell's Foils FPA
Doug Wenz picks up W, balked in run difference maker

Bowen outduels Dinihanian

Bellows wins early season matchup of Senior City favorites
Schuler big hit, GWRBI

Ortiz hurls the Table past FPA
Gonzalez, Lopez and Kennedy lead balanced offense to 5-2 win

Fedell's unloads on Marissa's
Buswell and Rodriguez combine for six hits in rout

Aldrich steals one for Dri Tec vs EID
Steve Aldrich stole second and third to account for game's lone run

Bellow's Back on Track

Justin Martin leads Bellows pack of pitchers with shut out over MPS

Brown stymies Fedell's
Spencer Brown twirls 1 hitter vs Potent Fedell's Line up

Berney return good news for Dri Tec
Dri tec wins battle of 2 hitters 2-0 over Milford

Week 2
Cassidy continues Shut out streak
Storm rolls 7-0

O'Leery outduels Sheehy
Storm continues mastery over Bellows, Sheehy K's 12

STE Knocks off Storm
Former Storm Muir earns W against old mates

Stearns Wills FPA Past STE
Brad Stearns dealt as the sun set on STE. Game at Seaside started at 6:30
Week 1 Highlights
Milford's Doonan & Schuckerow combine on no hitter vs Marissa's.
Milford wins 3-1 in rain shortened contest. Greg Doonan and Riley Schuckerow allow no hits in six innings.

Storm's Cassidy 1 Hits Reds
Stawicki prevents No No

Round Table Upsets Fedell's
Ortiz goes distance in early season upset.

Torres dominant in Mound Return
Bellows Machine keeps rolling
Manny Torres dominates CT Reds further bolstering the rotation for Bellows.

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2004 Final Standings
W L T Points
Bellows 20 4 40
Dri Tec 19 5 38
CT Storm 16 8 32
Fedells 16 8 32
Milford FPA 14 8 2 30
CT Reds 15 9 30
Marissa's 8 14 2 18
EID 9* 16 18
Round Table 8 17* 16
Frog Pond/MPS 3 21 6
Damar Fuel 2 20 2 6
*EID defeated Round Table in one game playoff to reach State Tournament

Danbury AABC
Fedells 0-2
FPA 1-2
Marissa's 2-2
EID 3-2

Waterbury AABC
CT Reds 0-2
CT Storm 1-2

Groton NABF
Bellows 1-2

West Haven NABF

2004 Pinto Cup
EID def Round Table
Frogpond/MPS def Marissa's

CT Storm def FPA
Fedells def CT Reds
EID def Bellows
DRI TEC def Frogpond/MPS

EID def CT Storm
DRI TEC def Fedells



Thursday, May 24
Entourage from Shelton ready to do battle
Entourage from Shelton ready to do battle
Article Last Updated: 05/23/2007 08:18:56 PM EDT

NEW BRITAIN — There's something on the line during this week's Northeast Conference baseball tournament, and it's more than a league championship or an NCAA tournament berth.
Lifetime bragging rights around the city of Shelton are also up for grabs.

Three Shelton natives representing three different NEC teams will begin battling today at New Britain Stadium in what is the collegiate swan song for two of them.

Central Connecticut State second baseman Matt Memoli is the host. Quinnipiac second baseman Randy Gress plays with the favorite. And Monmouth pitcher Brett Conner is the sentimental pick.

"Me, Brett and Randy have been best friends since we were like 11 or 12 years old," Memoli said. "And we've been playing together since that age, too."

Memoli, a senior, and Conner, a junior, attended Shelton High, though the latter also spent a post-graduate year at St. Thomas More in Oakdale, Conn. Gress, a senior, went to Notre Dame in Fairfield, but played American Legion and on other summer teams with the other two.

"It's weird. Before the game, we'll talk. And then during the game, it's a different situation. We're playing against each other; we're enemies," Gress said with a grin. "Then after the game's over, we call each other up and 'good game' or whatever. It's a good experience."

The double-elimination tournament begins today. Fourth-seeded Central Connecticut (23-24, 14-14) takes on top-seeded Quinnipiac (28-16-1, 21-7) at noon while Monmouth



(33-21-1, 17-1) and Mount St. Mary's (35-20, 21-7) meet in the second game.
The Bobcats, who won the event in 2005, lead the NEC in batting average and home runs. Gress, who hit .305 with 12 homers and 45 RBIs in the regular season, was a big reason why.

"Our goal from the beginning of the year was to make it here, to win the regular season and go on to the NEC's and win that," said Gress, who is fifth on Quinnipiac's career homer list with 28 and is also a two-time Connecticut Post male athlete of the year. "So far, so good."

Central slipped past defending champion Sacred Heart for the final berth in the tourney, but has plenty of postseason experience on its roster.

"I've been to regionals two years already," Memoli said. "Those are some the greatest experiences of my life."

Conner, a junior, would love to leave his home state with a championship.

"I'm the only one of us without the ring so far. Quinnipiac won it two years ago (2005) and Central won it the year before that (2004)," Conner said. "It's my turn, definitely."

After undergoing shoulder surgery on Dec. 5, 2005, Conner missed all of the 2006 season and most of the current one while recovering. He finally returned to the mound May 9 against Rutgers and pitched one inning.

"I just got (cleared to play) a month ago," Conner said. "I finally got my inning against Rutgers, and I'm working off that."

Today's first game could be a low-scoring affair thanks to two more local stars. Trumbull's Andy Mayer (8-2, 3.33) will start for Quinnipiac against West Haven native Matt Gianani (3-6, 3.10). Gianani has already thrown three shutouts for Central this season and is very familiar with the Bobcats' lineup.

Whatever the outcome of today's games, not to mention the tension-filled battles on tap Friday and Saturday, Gress, Memoli and Conner expect to enjoy their time on and off the diamond. The trio only wishes another one of their friends from Shelton could be on hand to join in the fun.

Dan Orlovsky, the former standout quarterback at Shelton High and UConn, is busy trying to move up the depth chart with the NFL's Detroit Lions and is unable to attend.

"He's part of our clique. We call ourselves the true entourage," joked Conner, referring to the HBO hit series. "We roll around with him and he wishes he could be here."