Tourtellotte pg 9 4-20-17

By Ryan Rumrill
Town Crier Sportswriter
The Tigers came to play against the Lady Clippers as Tourtellotte got a lot out of Emily Vincent and Lauren Ramos who both roped in four RBIs apiece in the five-inning shortened game against Putnam. The final score was Tourtellotte 17, Putnam 2. Thompson had Amanada Bogoslofski in the circle who went out and threw a complete game and struck out seven batters and Thompson moved to 4-2 on the year. Putnam scored two runs which both came off the bat from Rebecca Lopez, and Putnam moves to 1-5 on the campaign. 
Woodstock 9
Bacon Academy 3
In a battle between the Centaurs and Bacon Academy, Woodstock Hannah Burgess had herself a day as she finished the day going 3-for-5 and also brought in a run and scored a run herself as the Centaurs moved past Bacon 9-3 to pick up the W. 
Waterford 9
Killingly 3
Waterford and Killingly faced off against each other and were in a close game where Chloe McCue stepped up in hit a base clearing triple in the fourth inning to open up the gap, finishing the day going 3 for 5 with two runs scored for the Lancers who have been rolling to their fourth win in a row. Waterford also got help from Ciana Chiappone who had two RBIs and Lili Stoddard who finished the game with three hits and scored a run, Lancers are now 4-1. For Killingly, Ashley Veillette hit a triple for the Redgals and drove in a run, moving their record to 2-2 on the year. 
Plainfield 14
Tourtellotte 3
The Panthers faced off against the Tigers where the game was in the hands of Kacee Hirst for Plainfield. She threw a complete game against Thompson, striking out nine batters, but also had three hits and drove in four runs for the Panthers. Plainfield thanked Cadie Mecteau for her two hits and her two RBIs, as they move to 2-1 on the season. For Tourtellotte, Amanda Bogoslofski struck out five batters for the Tigers, who fall to 2-2
Killingly 13
Putnam 0
Killingly ace Ashley Veillette went out in the circle and was dominate from the very beginning as she only allowed one hit and struckout a total of 12 batters through five innings. Putnam came into the game and were struggling to find the strikezone as Killingly earned four walks and some pass balls allowed Killingly to put some runs on the board early. There were a total of 14 walks from the Putnam pitchers. Morgan Foucault came in to pitch for the Clippers where she managed to find the strikezone, but Redgals were still able to score more runs. Ashley Veillette, besides pitching a near perfect game, also had two hits at the plate, driving in two runs, and also scored twice. Redgals are now 2-1 on the year.
St. Bernard 14 
Tourtellotte 7
St. Bernard looked to ace Sophie Nelson to take on the Tigers, and she did just that as she went out and pitched a complete game with 10 strikeouts. On offense, she went for two doubles and drove in three RBIs. Emily Nelson hit a three-run double for the Saints who won their first game of the season and now 1-1 on the year. Tourtellotte had a hot bat from Lauren Ramos who had three hits for the Tigers and drove in two runs, as the Tigers fall to 2-1. 
Shepherd Hill (Mass) 15
Woodstock 6
The Centaurs squared off against Shepherd Hill in a nonconference game but came up shorthanded in the loss. Mackenzie Stewart provided the Centaurs with some hope when she blasted a three-run homerun for Woodstock, who is now 2-2 on the season.
Worcester Academy 5
Marianapolis 3
The Golden Knights took on Worcester Academy in their home opener and got great contributions from Jordan Frye who had three hits and Olivia Gould had a two-run double that gave the Knights a spark, but fell by two to Worcester. Marianapolis is now 1-1 on the year.
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