Middlebury (VT) - Down by two runs with two outs in the seventh, the Burlington Seahorses rallied scoring three runs to beat the Tigers 8-7. Holden Jones who had three hits on the day, doubles home the tying and go ahead run for Burlington. Josh Stearns of Middlebury had a pair of RBI's on a single earlier in the game. Travis Cote got the win in relief, while Tyler Provencher took the loss.
Hinesburg (VT) - In a back-and-forth affair, the Redhawks of CVU capitalized on four Milton errors to earn the 3-2 win. CVU received a complete game effort from Kyle Stanley, who gave up a run on seven hits and struck out seven. Matt Potter took the loss, going six innings, and allowing one run on seven hits. CVU's Kirk Fontana had two hits and drove in a run. Milton's Nick Lamphere had a single in the losing effort.
Swanton (VT) - Allowing four runs in the first, the Thunderbirds stormed back scoring seven runs, to beat Middlebury 14-7. Aaron Smith of Middlebury allowed eight runs on eleven hits over five innings. MVU's Elijah Eaton also went five, allowing six runs on three hits. RJ Machia and Nick Laroe paced the Thunderbirds with a single and double each.
Bristol (VT) - It was early offensive production that lifted Mt. Abraham past Milton six to two. MAU's Sawyer Kamman received the win, as Jon Covey took the loss for Milton. Mt. Abe's Dylan Roscoe had a RBI triple on the day. Jon Covey also had a single for Milton.
Hinesburg (VT) - On Senior Day, it was Davis Mikell's ten strikeout performance, along with the closing of Rayne Supple, that led CVU to a 2-1 win over Colchester Thursday afternoon. Mikell went over six innings, allowing four hits and fanned ten. Supple came in for the last two outs, getting the save for the Redhawks. Colchester's Devon Dessormeau went six innings on four hits, but took the loss. Kyle Stanley had an RBI single for CVU, as Josh Rylant had a single for Colchester.
Burlington (VT) - In Burlington, it was the Callan brothers that led the attack, sinking Burlington six to three. Darren Callan, who started for BFA, went six innings, allowing an earned run, while striking out two. It was then Dylan Callan who sealed the win for St. Albans. BFA's Nick Berno had two hit on the day as well. Austin Pine of Burlington allowed six earned runs on five hits over five innings. BHS's Ryan Boera had two hits and an RBI.
Middlebury (VT) - Having Charlie Stapleford on the mound was too much for Middlebury, as they dropped a 9-1 decision at home. Stapleford allowed three hits, but struck out seven on the mound, and also had a a mult-hit performance at the plate. Middlebury's Tyler Provencher took the loss.
Milton (VT) - Colchester put up sixteen runs against Milton, including a ten run fifth inning. Sean Callahan led the offense for the Lakers, going four for five, with three singles and a double. JP Olsen pitched four strong innings for Colchester, allowing two hits. Patrick Mullins did not have a good day on the mound, allowing nine earned runs in four innings, Milton's Jackson Hickey had a RBI double for the Yellowjackets.
Swanton (VT) - It was a pitcher's duel in Swanton Tuesday afternoon between MVU's Matt St. Amour and SHS's Josh Kennison. The game ended in Kennison's favor, as he went nine innings, giving up six hits. MVU's Matt St. Amour pitched six innings, but it was MVU's Jack Raleigh who took the loss. Ryan Marquis of the Thunderbirds, and Spaulding's Dylan Watts each had a single and a double on the day.
St. Albans (VT) - In the rematch of last championship game, the BFA-St. Albans Bobwhites shut down CVU by the score of three to nothing. Mark Connor pitched a two hitter for the Bobwhites, going seven full innings, A pair of squeezes by BFA, including one by Doug Saffo, was enough for the Bobwhites. Dylan Ireland took the loss going seven innings, giving up two earned runs. Ireland also had one of