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Tuesday, December 5
21st Year of CT Bombers' Hosted Tournaments

We will again host three tournaments in the 2018 Travel Season. They are as follows;

Rose City Rumble, 12-U, May 19-20, 2018, 8 Teams, Rawlings Wildcats over CT Bombers Black in Championship.

Father's Day Slugfest,14-U June 16-17, 2018, 10 Teams,

Last Blast, 14-U & 16-U, August 4-5, 2018 This is a post Nationals, open roster event.

All three tournaments are sanctioned with PONY East Zone Softball. Given the issues we are all aware of with their web site you can register with our 2018 Tournament registration form found in the handouts section (tab on the left) of this site.

We look forward to hosting friends old and new!

Monday, January 22
2018 Season Highlights

6/16-17/2018, The 12-U Teal team attended the Lightning Strikes tournament in Southington CT, a 16 team event. Pool Play was difficult with some bright spots, A 9-6 loss to the CT Seahawks Black saw a come from behind to tie the game and a legitimate Grand Slam by Maddy W., before seeing the game slip away. a 9-1 loss to the New York Bluefire, followed by a 14-12 loss to the Bulldogs '06. Seeded fourth in our group we had to play the Southington Lightning '05, the  eventual Tournament Champions. While we tookit on the chin we saw some incredible effort and plays defensively and Taryn F got her first over the fence HR. More good stuff to build on.
12-U Black attended the same 16 team Lightning Strikes event. Pool play went slightly better with a 5-3 loss to the Wildcats followed by a 6-5 loss to the Shoreline Sting Gold before getting a 19-1 win over the Proswing Lady Pride. Sunday started with a 8-3 victory over the Northeast Hurricanes Salem before falling to the Southington Lightning '05, the eventual Tournament Champions, by a score of 4-2.
14-U White, played in our own 10 team Father's Day Slugfest in Franklin CT. Pool play went well with a 2-2 Tie vs CT Mayhem, a 12-2 victory over the CT Shock, and finally a 13-1 defeat of the CT Titans Green. The team seeded #3 for Sunday morning. Elimination rounds started with a 8-2 victory over the Ridgefield Rebels, a 5-1 win over the CT Bombers Black in the semi-finals and a 7-3 win over the #1 seeded Valley Fusion in the Championship. A terrific 5-0-1 weekend for the 13 year old team.
14-U Black, also played in the Father's Day Slugfest in Franklin. Pool Play was exemplary with a 12-2 victory over the CT Shock, a 8-0 win over the CT Titans Green, concluding with a 6-3 win over the Ridgefield Rebels securing the #2 seed for Sunday. Elimination started with a 7-1 defeat of the CT Titans Green before falling 5-1 to our own CT Bombers White in the Semi-Finals. A hard fought Third Place finish and a 4-1 record for the weekend.
16-U (White), traveled to Nashua NH to compete in the 8 team Granite State Summerstock. The weekend started with a 8-0 defeat of the Central MASS Thunder, a 6-2 victory over PLEX Blue, and a 9-1 win over the Northeast Hurricanes Blue. The 3-0 start earned the team the #1 seed for Sunday. The elimination rounds consisted of a 9-0 victory over the Methuen Rangers, a 8-0 victory over the Lady Cannons in the Semi-Finals and finally a 8-0 victory in the Championship over the N.E. Fusion. A perfect 6-0 weekend scoring 48 runs while allowing 3.
For the Organization a 17-8-1 weekend with 2 Championships and a Third Place. 

6/9-10/2018, Our 12-U Teal team ventured north to Grafton MA for the Tri-Town Round Robin, a 12 team event offering a 6 GG, perfect for our 11 year old team. The 5 game Pool Play started vs the best two teams in the event, a 15-0 Loss to the R.I Rebels, the eventual Champs and a 7-2 loss to the Wolcott Eagles Red. Saturday ended with a 5-4 win over the Newton Panthers. Pool Play continued on Sunday with a 7-2 win over the Dominators and a 14-0 victory over the Raiders Softball. This earned the team the West #3 seed and pitted them against the East #3 New England Shockwave. Our youngest active team allowed 8 runs before recording an out, then bore down and ground it out to an eventual 11-5 loss. All in all a lot of promising things over the 6 game (3-3) weekend.
The 12-U Black, Traveled to Southington for a nice 12 team tournament in the Summer Lead Off, Pool Play started with an 8-0 no hitter against eh CT Shock, then a 5-2 victory over the CT Titans Blue, and finally a 13-0 victory over the CT Seahawks Green. Sunday elimination rounds started with a 9-0 victory over the CT Seahawks Green in the quarter finals, followed by a 8-0 victory over the New Haven Diamond Zone in the semi-finals with the day ending with a 1-0 loss to the Southington Lightning in the Championship. The 5-1 record earned the Black team a Second Place finish to a good weekend of softball.
The 14-U White, traveled to see our friends in Swansea for a 20 team Xtreme PONY Qualifier. Pool Play was perfect with victories over Bay State Sharks (13-3) South Coast Scream (3-2) and R.I. Rebels (6-5). This earned the squad the #1 seed from their Pool. Sunday saw victories over CT Eliminators (13-3) and South Coast Scream (8-6) before a 14-3 loss in the semi-final game to the MASS Dynamites Blue. The 5-1 finish eard the White team a Third Place finish.
Our 14-U Black went to the same 20 Team Xtreme PONY Qualifier in Swansea MA with a similar Saturday recording victories over S.E. MASS Xtreme (host, 9-0), South Shore Chaos (5-0) and Mass Drifters Navy (12-0) earning the #1 seed from their pool as well. Sunday saw a continuation with victories over the K.P. Pride (6-5) in the Quarter finalks, MASS Dynamites Red (9-7) in the Semi Finals, and MASS Dynamites Blue (10-0) in the Finals. The 6-0 record earned the squad the Championship.
Finally our 16-U team attended the Bring on the Heat event in East Hartford CT. Pool Play saw a 2-1 win over Southington Lightning 2021, a 9-4 loss to the Empire State Huskies, followed bya 7-3 win over the Rotterdam Reign. Sunday began with a win over the CT Lady Knights Black (2-1) in the Quarter Finals, Empire State Huskies (2-0) in the Semi-finals, and ending with a 7-4 victory over the Southington Lightning Black in the Championship. A very nice 5-1 weekend for the first time out on 2018 circuit. 

6/2-3/2018, The 10-U team attended the GROWS/Rapids Spring Bash in Watertown CT for a small 3 team tournament. Pool play went well with a 23-4 victory over the host CT Rapids, a 4-1 win over the CT Bullets, and finally an additional win over th CT Bullets by a score of 15-1. The 3-0 record have the Baby Bombers the #1 seed and a direct bye tot he Championship. Sunday saw the third straight encounter with the CT Bullets, which ended as the others had with a CT Bombers 14-2 victory capturing the Championship. The team finished their tournament season with a 17-12 record, 2 Championships and 1 Second Place finish.
12-U Teal attended the same GROWS/Rapids Spring Bash tournament with 6 teams in the 12-U division. Pool play went great with a 6-2 victory over the Rawlings Wildcats and a 10-0 win over the Seymour Tradition before the heavy showers made the field unplayable and the third game was canceled. The 2-0 finish allowing only 2 runs earned Teal the #2 Seed for Sunday. A late start didn't go well with the Rawlings Wildcats looking for atonement from Saturday's loss. Teal was beaten 12-0 to finish Third.
12-U Black
also attended thie Watertown event and did quite well in pool play with a 7-1 win over the Shoreline Sting Gold followed by a 12-0 victory over the Watertown Rapids before the fields were lost to the puddles. The 2-0 record allowing only 1 run earned Black the #1 Seed. Sunday started as Saturday had gone with a 12-0 victory over the Shoreline Sting Gold. This was followed by a contentious battle against the Rawlings Wildcats ending in a bottom of the seventh come from behind 9-8 victory to win the Championship. Black finished with a 4-0 record for the weekend and avenged two previous losses to the Wildcats at the same time.
14-U White attended the Mike Arburr Memorial Tournament in East Hartford CT, a 14 team affair. Pool play started well with a 5-1 victory over the CT Fury. From there things went downhill with a 2-1 loss to the CT Gators and a 6-4 loss to the CT Gators Orange. The team seeded 9th and won their first game 8-1 over the Brewster Rockets before suffering a 6-5 ITB loss to the eventual tournament Champions Capitol District Fusion.
14-U Black started their outdoor season at the same Mike Arburr Memorial in East Hartford. Pool play went well consisting of a 15-4 win over the CT Seahawks, followed by a 13-2 victory over the Xtreme Chaos and a 5-4 nailbitter over the CT Fury. The 3-0 record earned Black the #3 seed for Sunday. Elimination rounds consisted of a 7-2 victory over ProSwing Lady Pride, 8-2 win over the CT Titans Green before a semi-final loss to the CT Titans Blue by a 10-9 margin. For their first time out, without any practices, the team went 5-1 and took Third Place for the weekend. 


5/26-27/2018, The 10-U team attended the Strike Out Cancer benefit tournament in Southington CT this weekend. Saturday's pool play started with a 11-5 win over the Wolcott Eagles, followed by a 17-1 victory over the host Southington Lightning, and concluded with a 6-1 loss to the Rawlings Wildcats. The 2-1 finish was good enough for the #2 seed and a bye to the Semi-finals in this 6 team tournament. Sunday however didn't go as planed and the team dropped the first game, a semi-final, to the Seymour Tradition by a margin of 11-4. The team finished the weekend with a 2-2 record.The 12-U Teal team also attended the Strike out Cancer event. Pool play netted the team a 12-1 loss to the SHoreline Sting Gold, a 9-2 loss to the CT Fury, and a 16-2 loss tot he host Southington Lightning 05. The 0-3 record and boatload of runs allowed gave the team the #12 seed out of 12 teams. On Sunday the team lost the first game to the #5 seed CT Eliminators, going 0-4 for the first time of the Spring/Summer season.
The 12-U Black team traveled to Lowell MA to play in the 16 team Memorial Day Classic. Saturday saw the team fall 9-5 to the South Maine River Rats, followed by a 9-3 victory over the Storm-Grady, and finishing with a 11-3 win over the Northeast Hurricanes - Seacoast. The 2-1 record earned the team the #6 seed for Sunday's elimination rounds. Sunday started with a 12-0 win over Storm-Grady, a 8-3 (8 inning ITB) victory over Northeast Hurricanes - Salem, and a 13-1 avenging victory over the South Maine River Rats in the semi-final round. The Finals saw a 3-2 8th inning win over the Methuen Rangers. This game was tied at 1-1 after 7 and was the second 8 inning ITB of the day. This gave the team a 6-1 record for the weekend and the tournament Championship.
The 14-U White team went to Plainville MA to play in the 11 team Ed Keene Memorial Day Classic hosted by the KP Pride/Plainville Athletic League. Saturday's pool play started with a 5-2 win over the Raiders, followed by a 8-1 win over the RI Rebels, and a 9-0 loss to the Mass Drifters Orange. Earing the #5 seed for Sunday didn't help much as the team fell to the #12 seed South Shore Chaos in the first game by a 3-2 margin. 


5/19-2018, The 10-U squad traveled to Johnston RI to play in the 5 team, New England Impact Spring Fling. Pool play consisted of a 13-6 win over the host New England Impact, a 16-3 victory vs the Lumber Yard Explosion, and a 9-8 win over the R.I. Thunder Gold. The team earned the #1 seed for Sunday getting a bye to the semi-final where they won 12-0 over the PIT Lady Nationals. This set us a rematch with the RI Thunder Gold for the Championship. The good guys prevailed with a 7-2 victory to cap off a 5-0 weekend by becomming Champions. 
The 12-U Teal team participated in our own Rose City Rumble, an 8 team affair held in Franklin CT. Pool play started with a 12-0 victory over the PIT Lady Nationals followed by a very well played 3-2 loss to the Shoreline Sting Blue. Pool play concluded with a forgetable 12-6 loss to the KP Pride Green. The day earned the team a #4 Seed for Sunday and a match-up with the older 12-U Black Bombers. This spiriterd affair ended with a 10-2 loss and a 1-3 record for the weekend.
The 12-U Black team was also in the CT Bombers hosted Rose City Rumble in Franklin CT. Pool play started with a 13-4 win over the Shoreline Sting Gold. The second game was a 14-2 loss to the Rawlings Wildcats. The third scheduled game was rained out as we lost the field to the constant drizzel and occasional shower that came throughout the day. The team earned a #4 seed for Sunday. In the elimination rounds the 12-U Black team defeated the 12-U Teal team 10-2 advancing to the semi-final. There the Black team was victorius over the Shoreline Sting Blue by a score of 12-1 advancing tot he Finals and a rematch with the Rawlings Wildcats. The good guys seemed to run out of gas and dropped the Championship game to become Runners-Up by a score of 12-3 earning the team a 3-2 record for the weekend. 
Our 14-U White team traveled to Baldwinville MA to play in the Mass Destruction May Mayhem, an 8 team event. Pool play consisted of a 6-2 win over the Lady Mavericks and a 14-2 victory over the N.E. Hurricanes. Game 3 was rained out and the squad was seeded #1 for the Sunday eliminations. Sunday started with a 12-0 win over the NE Hurricanes, followed by a 10-5 win over the Lady Mavericks in the semi-finals advancing to the Championship game. In the finals the 14-U Whiote team had an 11-1 victory over the Zone Select in order to become the Champions earning a 5-0 record for the weekend and the young season.  

5/12/2018, The 10-U squad returned to East Hartford for the CT Eliminators Mother's Day Classic, Pool play game one was a 10-3 loss to the Valley Fusion, followed by a 6-2 loss to the Rawlings Wildcats and finally a 8-0 loss to the South Jersey Gators. Sunday's elimination rounds didn't go much better with a 8-2 loss to the Rawlings Wildcats. A rough 0-4 weekend.
The 12-U Teal  started their outdoor season at the same 16 team tournament Pool play started on a positive note with a 9-2 victory over the PIT Lady Nationals. Game two was a 15-2 loss to the CT Tigers followed by the pool play being suspended due to weather. Sunday's elimination round started with a very well played 3-1 loss to the Shoreline Sting Blue.
The 12-U Black, went to Meriden to play in a 5 team Shock to the System tournament. Pool play went great with a 13-0 victory over the CTR Shock (host) and a 4-3 victory over the Southington Lightning 05s and concluding with a 8-1 win over the CT Dominators. With the #1 seed in hand the team got a bye to the Semi-Finals where they dispatched the CT Dominators10-0 and won the Championship with a 4-3 win over the Runners Up Southington Lightning to complete a 5-0 weekend.
5/5-6/2018, The 10-U squad travels to Prospect to play in a three team tournament hosted by the Valley Fusion. Due to the number of teams two pool play games on Saturday will be followed by a double elimination Sunday. Game one was a 11-1 mercy rule game vs the CT Fury. Game two ended with a 4-2 victory over the host Valley Fusion. Sunday, after the Valley Fusion sent the CT Fury to the losers bracket in the first game, our 10-U team sent them to play again with a hard fought 2-1 victory. The Valley Fusion eliminated the CT Fury and came to play the Bombers once again. This time the fusion was victorious by a 9-6 margin. So the teams meet for the fourth time in just over 24 hours. The Championship was won by the Valley Fusion 13-3. The 10-U Bombers take Second Place with a 3-2 weekend spliting 2-2 with the Fusion.

The outdoor season begins!
The 10-U team traveled to East Hartford for the Queen of Diamonds 7 team tournament. Playing only two pool games on Saturday due to weather. Game one pitted the Baby Bombers against the CT Diamond Club where they suffered a 10-3 loss. Game two was a teriffic game ending in a 3-0 loss to the Empire State Huskies. The first 10-U game of the E Hartford season to go a complete 6 innings within the 75 minute timeframe. The Sunday Elimination Rounds were called due to weather.

4/7-8/2018, Our youngest team, 10-U, traveled North to the Dome for their one and only winter competition starting with a 10-6 win over the Mid Hudson Rebels followed by a 10-1 win over the Miss Scotties. After a game break the team flattened out a bit in a 12-1 loss to the Gilderland Wolfpack. The 2-1 finish in the 6 team tournament earnd the Baby Bombers a #2 seed for Sunday. Sunday didn't go as well losing 4-2 in a well played game to the Seymour Tradition in the semi-finals.
The 12-U Teal team ventured to the Danbury Sports Dome to play a one day (Sunday 4/8) 5 team tournament. Game one ended with a 8-5 loss to the CT Fury, game two was a 7-1 loss to the CT Titans Blue and the last pool play game was a 11-2 loss tot he CT Seahawks. The first elimination game pitted Teal against the CT Fury again and the CT Fury came from behind in the last inning with a walk off 6-5 victory over Teal. 

3/23-25/2018, Time for the 12-U Teal to try their hand at a little competition. Once again we are in the Dome in Queesnbury NY for the weekend. The 11 year old team started with a 5-3 win over the Saratoga Thunder, followed by a 12-2 loss to the Adirondack USSSA Pride (who earned the over all # 1 seed on Saturday and the Tournament Championship on Sunday). The day concluded with a 13-6 loss to the Electric City Bombers. The 1-2 finish with 28 runs allowed earned the team the #13, out of 16, seed. Sunday saw a 15-2 loss to the #4 seeded NC Chaos Cryptonite ending the weekend 1-3. 

3/9-11/2018, Our 16-U team went to compete in a 16-U/18-U mixed tournament in Queensbury NY, our winter home as it may be. In pool play they defeated the CT Titans Green 9-3, lost to the Adirondack Xtreme Gold 10-2, and defeated the NWS Elite 18-U 4-1. The 2-1 record earned the team the #6 seed, out of a 16 team field, going into the Sunday elimination rounds. First up was a win over the NWS Elite 16-U by a 9-2 margin. Second was an 8-0 loss to the CT Freedom 18-U who went on to finish second in the tournament. A 3-2 record in a mixed tournament is a nice advancement since the last trip. 

2/24-25/2018,  This weekend our 12-U Black team headed up to the Dome in Queesnsbury NY for their second Winter tournament. Pool play looked a bit daunting based on historical strength of the opponents. It didn't turn out that way. Game 1 vs Miss Shen Thunder saw our ladies triumph in a lopsided 10-0 match. Game 2 was only slightly better with our squad coming out on top of an 11-1 contest. The third and final pool play game was a test vs the L.I. Crush 05. The good guys came out on top of the 4-1 final. The 3-0 day, allowing only 2 runs, earned the 12-U Black the #2 seed and an 11:30 start on Sunday morning.

Elimination rounds went well starting with a 7-0 victory over the Ulster Fillies immediately followed by a 7-2 rout of the Jersey Girls. Time for a game break before the semi-finals. The 3:30 game saw a 10-0 shellacking of the R.I. Bombers Elite. On to the 4:50 Finals vs the #1 seed from Saturday, the Dutchess Debs. The good guys jumped out to a 2-0 lead in the top of the first and it stayed just that way until the top of the 7th when we added 2 more for a 4-0 lead. The bottom of the seventh saw the shutout slip away giving up a single run before capturing the Championship with a 4-1 final score.

The 12-U black had a 7-0 weekend outscoring the combined 7 teams by a 53-5 margin capturing their second Championship in as many tournaments! A 13-0 start to the 2018 season.

2/17-18/2018,  Our14-U Black team headed North to Queensbury NY for their second tournament of the young 2018 season.The weekend had a late start (3:30 PM on Saturday) in this 16 team event. The first game was a 4-3 Loss tot he Infinity shock who would seed #6 and finish #3. The second game at 4:50 was a 2-1 win with a no hitter thrown by Abby Boya! Game three was a 9-1 Loss to the Dutchess Debs Black who would seed #1 and finish #1 (7-0 for the weekend). Our ladies seeded #10 after Pool Play.

Sundaypitted our team against the #7 seeded Ulster Fillies. In a tight affairthe good guys prevailed with a 9-5 victory. This set up a game vs the #2 seeded MW Crusaders. This was not as close and we suffered a 6-0 Loss. The squad finished 2-3 for the weekend with the 3 losses being to teams who finished First, Second, and Third! Can you say rough schedule? 

2/2-4/2018, our 16-U team traveled to Queensbury NY to participate in a 17 team tournament. Their first outing for the 2018 season was a bit difficult. In Saturday Pool Play they started with a 3-0 loss to the MW Crusaders (#3 Seed for Sunday) and followed with a 8-4 loss to Miss Shen (#7 seed for Sunday), a long time rival. Pool playended with a 10-6 defeat vs Stampede. The 0-3 finish earned the 15 seedand a rematch with #2 seeded Stampede in Sundays elimination bracket. After a well fought game the squad went down in defeat by a score of 4-3. This gave the team an 0-4 record for the weekend. Two of the lossesto Stampede who went 7-0 for the weekend while capturing the TournamentChampionship.

CoachScott says "Despite the oh and four, I go home happy as I saw many great signs-not only in play but in attitude, effort, and focus." 

1/20-21, Our 12-U Black team (12 Y/O) traveled North to the Dome in Queensbury NY for a 12 team tournament and had a very successful trip.

SaturdaysPool Play consisted of a 7-4 win over the Classie Lassies Heat, a 12-2 win over the West Seneca Magic, and concluded with a 12-0 victory over the Electric City Bombers. The 3-0 run earned the team the #1 seed and abye to the Quarter Finals on Sunday.

Sundaystarted well with a 14-1 defeat of the Mid Hudson Rebels advancing to the Semi Finals where the team pulled off a tight 6-3 win over the Infinity Shock advancing to the finals. Once there the team would not bedenied taking a mercy over the CT Fury 11-1 capturing the Tournament Championship.

Congratulations to the entire team for a fabulous season kick-off weekend. 6-0 outscoring their opponents 62-11.


1/5-7, The new year starts with a couple of bright spots!

Both of our 14-U teams traveled North to the Adirondack Sports Complex (The Dome) in Queensbury NY for a 16 team tournament. 14-U White started with a couple of games Friday evening, a 15-3 win over the Lady Reds followed by a 6-4 loss to the Empire State Huskies-Pecchia. On Saturday morning the team bounced back with a 7-0 win over the Northeast Xtreme Teal. So White went 2-1 in pool play allowing 9 runs.

The 14-U Black team started, after White had finished, with a 5-2 loss to the Empire State Huskies-Pecchia followed by a 11-1 victory over the Lady Reds and a 10-2 win over the Bethlehem Elite. Black finished Pool Play 2-1 allowing 8 runs. Now the 5-1/2 hour wait for all the pool play games to be completed and seeding done for Sunday.

The teams were seeded #3 (Black) and 4 (White) giving them each a 10:10 game time for Sunday morning. White, on field 1, defeated the Empire State Huskies-Sottile 4-0 while Black on field 4 defeated the Lady Bombers 14-2. Both teams move on to the Quarter Finals at 12:50.

White matched up against the CT Titans and emerged victorious by a score of 5-4 while Black avenged their Saturday loss to the Empire State Huskies-Pecchia notching a 3-1 win. Both teams advance to the Semi Finals at 3:30.

White matched up against the Northeast Xtreme Teal and advanced to the Finals with a 4-3 victory.

Black matched up with the #2 seeded Dutchess Debs and were eliminated by a score of 5-0. Finishing the weekend with a 4-2 record and a Third Place.

White played the Dutchess Debs in the 4:50 final and fought hard but went down by a score of 8-2. White finishes the weekend with a 5-2 record and a Second Place. Hardware!

All in all a very good weekend for the teams and the organization.

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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.

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