In rematch of 2019 tournament final, No. 4 seed Blue Devils batter No. 2 Somers with 17 hits — five from MVP Amalia DeMartino — in 14-2 victory. Title is program’s first since 2012.
Cromwell has Vanessa Stolstajner, Sadie Budzik and a burning desire to repeat as the Shoreline Conference and Class M champions.
Old Saybrook, Morgan, Portland, Coginchaug, Hale-Ray well-represented on First Team, and Rams’ Sam Barnes is Coach of the Year.
Coginchaug stuffs North Branford’s 2-point try in final 82 seconds, comes away with 16-14 victory in annual Battle for Route 17 clash.
Cardinals, the NESCAC runner-up, build 21-point lead, go on to beat Bantams on their home field for first time since the late 1990s.
With strong support system that includes his future college, Coginchaug left-hander is on the way back from Tommy John procedure.