Tag Archives: Connecticut Collegiate Baseball League

Glastonbury captures first-ever Connecticut Collegiate Baseball League

SOUTH WINDSOR, Aug. 4 – It took several days to complete but the Glastonbury Arrows have finally grabbed their first Connecticut Collegiate Baseball League championship. The Arrows swept the best-of-3 championship series with a 4-2 victory in 10 innings over the Manchester Mavericks on Friday night at Rotary Field. Game two began on Tuesday nightContinue ReadingContinue Reading

Enns continues to work on his game with Titans in the FCBL

TORRINGTON, July 26 – Left-handed pitcher Chris Enns didn’t get a lot of work on the baseball mound this spring. Actually, he didn’t play at all. So, he Is making up for it this summer. Enns, the 2014 Canton High graduate, spent the early part of the summer with the Tobacco Valley Renegades in theContinue ReadingContinue Reading

Shock capture sixth CCBL championship

MANCHESTER, July 27 – Pitcher Dan Garafalo pitched six strong innings to help the Southington Shock win their third straight Connecticut Collegiate Baseball League championship with a 4-3 win over the Manchester Mavericks Wednesday night at East Catholic High. Kyle Naples earned the save for the Shock. The win gives Southington (17-7) a 2-0 sweepContinue ReadingContinue Reading

Late hit propels Southington to fifth CCBL title in seven years

SOUTHINGTON, July 28 – Joe Daigle’s hit off the glove of a diving second baseman drove in the winning run in the bottom of the seventh inning to lift Southington to a 2-1 win over Glastonbury and their fifth Connecticut Collegiate Baseball League championship Tuesday night at Fontana Field. The win gives Southington, which wentContinue Reading

Southington sweeps Glastonbury to win fourth CCBL championship

SOUTHINGTON, July 29 – The Southington Shock exploded for seven runs in the fourth inning to erase a four-run deficit and beat the Glastonbury Arrows, 7-4, to sweep the Connecticut Collegiate Baseball League championship series Tuesday night and win its fourth CCBL title. Continue Reading

2013 CT Collegiate Baseball League playoffs

2013 Connecticut Collegiate Baseball League Final regular season standings: West Hartford Thunder 15-6, Manchester Mavericks 13-8, Southington Shock 11-9, Tobacco Valley Renegades 11-9, Glastonbury Arrows 6-14, Simsbury Sabercats 5-15 Playoffs Single-elimination Simsbury 6, Tobacco Valley 3 Southington 7, Glastonbury 2 Semifinals (Best of 3) Simsbury 7, West Hartford 5 West Hartford 11, Simsbury 9 West Hartford 5,Continue Reading

West Hartford douses upset hopes for Sabercats in CCBL semifinals

SIMSBURY, July 26 – They were looking to pull the ultimate upset. The Simsbury Sabercats, who won just five of 20 regular season games in the Connecticut Collegiate Baseball League, had their chances to send regular season champion West Hartford home early. The Sabercats captured game 1 of the best-of-3 semifinal series and were tiedContinue ReadingContinue Reading

Sabercats rally to eliminate defending champion Renegades in CCBL

SIMSBURY – A year ago, the Simsbury Sabercats struggled in the regular season of the Connecticut Collegiate Baseball League winning only 10 of 29 games. Still, all six teams qualify for the playoffs and the Sabercats made the best of their second chance. They made it to the league championship series, pushing Tobacco Valley toContinue ReadingContinue Reading

Magna and Canton friends help Tobacco Valley win first Connecticut Collegiate Baseball League title

SIMSBURY, August 9 – There has always been a bit of a tug-of-war over Brian Magna’s athletic soul.Continue Reading

It’s not a shock. Southington wins third straight CCBL championship

SIMSBURY – They are called the Renegades but they could easily be known as the vagabonds. One of six teams in the little-known Connecticut Collegiate Baseball League (CCBL), the Tobacco Valley Renegades played home games at four locations this summer including Simsbury’s Memorial Field and Tunxis Mead in Farmington. The Renegades had players from Farmington,Continue Reading