Category Archives: Baseball

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Naugatuck shut out by New Milford

NAUGATUCK — The Naugatuck American Legion Post 17 team’s hitting woes continued as it failed to get a run across in a 5-0 loss to New Milford American Legion. Naugatuck…

PBF legion continues offensive struggles

WATERBURY — The offensive struggles of Prospect-Beacon Falls American Legion Posts 194 and 25 continued Monday night at Municipal Stadium in an 8-0 shutout loss to Waterbury. Waterbury pitcher Tim…

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Naugatuck’s Dean begins trek to majors

Pat Dean’s first stop in the Minnesota Twins’ farm system has been determined:  Elizabethton, Tenn., the team’s rookie-league affiliate in the Appalachian League. That news wrapped up a whirlwind week…

PBF legion wants to forget loss at Oxford

OXFORD — It was one of those games that head coach Jim Augelli and Prospect-Beacon Falls American Legion Post 25 would rather just forget. PBF allowed 13 runs on 15…

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Johnson honored, PBF rallies past Naugatuck

NAUGATUCK — Mike Diurno slammed a two-run single to right, scoring Ryan Genua and Jack DeBiase in the top of the seventh inning as Prospect-Beacon Falls came back to defeat…

Naugy hardball dropped in first round

WINDSOR — The Naugatuck baseball team’s season came to an end last week with a 5-1 loss at Windsor in the opening round of the Class LL state tournament. Naugatuck…

Woodland baseball shut out by H-K

HIGGANUM – The Woodland baseball squad committed a season-high six errors and allowed eight runs—one earned—as the No. 15-seeded Hawks were eliminated from the Class M state tournament by No….

Naugy softball advances, baseball bounced

The No. 11-seeded Naugatuck softball team advanced to the Class L state tournament second round Wednesday with a 7-5 win over No. 22 Masuk at Naugatuck. The Hounds pounded out…

Ryan Genua hurls one home against Torrington in NVL play May 24. Genua held Windham Tech to one hit in first round play Tuesday and got plenty of help from the hot Hawks' bats.
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Hawks pound 14 runs in tourney opener

BEACON FALLS – In its most prolific production of the season, the Woodland baseball team scored 14 runs on 14 hits against a hapless Windham Tech squad in the Hawks’…

Hounds celebrate awards in off-week

NAUGATUCK — Waiting a week to play a baseball game can feel like an eternity. Just ask the Naugy baseball team. The Greyhounds had seven days to forget about their…