Clippers pg 1 4-27-17

Boys’ Wrap Up 
Clippers lead, 
then add 
winning 7-2
By Ryan Rumrill
Town Crier Sportswriter
The Clippers took a one-run lead into the sixth inning until they opened up the run insurance by adding four  runs on the board to take a 7-2 victory over Norwich Tech. Putnam moves its to 2-4, but 2-0 in the CSC East putting them on top of the standings. The Clippers were led by Mitchel Barylski who recording two hits bring a couple runs across to score. Scott Davagian threw a complete game striking out three batters and allowing seven baserunners but got help from his defense to seal the victory. 
Woodstock Academy 8
Stonington 2
The Centaurs faced off against the Bears of Stonington and gave the ball to Alden Brennan who went the distance for Woodstock as he totaled up 10 strikeouts from the hill and compiled up two hits at the plate with two RBIs. David Redfield also contributed with two hits and driving in two runs of his own. With this win, Woodstock moves its record to 4-3 on the year, as Stonington slips to 3-4 on the campaign. 
Bacon Academy 7
Killingly 5
 The Bobcats took on the Killingly Redmen and were in a close game, and the Redmen had loaded up the bases with one out in the fifth inning, but Bacon’s Matt Shane got out of the jam and not allowing Killingly to put up more runs and wrapped up the game over the next two innings. Peter Swain scored three times for the Bobcats, making them 4-3 on the year. With this loss, Killingly drops to 3-5 on the season, but Dylan George knocked in two runs on a double for the Redmen. 
Woodstock 2
Killingly 0
In a close game between the Centaurs and the Redman, both teams threw their ace pitchers on the mound. Both pitchers fanned 11 batters by strikeout. Bryan Albee went the distance for Killingly which moved to 3-4 on the year.  David Redfield struckout 11 for the Centaurs and brought Woodstock’s record back to 3-3. 
Parish Hill 17
Tourtellotte 12
In a high-scoring contest with a total of 29 runs in the game, the Pirates were led by the charge from Henry Tiemann who had a perfect 5 hits in five at-bats, driving in four runs at the plate. He scored four runs himself. Kyler Zaimoff also contributed to the run total with his three-run double and his four-RBIs in the victory for Parish Hill, which moves to a record of 3-1. Tourtellotte slides to 1-5 on the season but got great effort from Will McGlynn who picked up two hits and scored three times for the Tigers. 
Montville 4
Killingly 3
The Redman and the Indians took a tie game into the fifth inning when John Domijan put the Indians ahead on a solo homerun to seal up the 4-3 victory enroute to their third consecutive victory for Montville. Montville stands at a record of 4-1 on the year. Killingly moves to even 3-3 on the year but did get contribution from Tyler Chitmanotha who had two runs batted in for the Redman.
Waterford 9
Woodstock 1
The Lancers were behind their ace Michael Burrows who once again took the mound with vengeance as he continued to be practically unhittable. He sat down 14 batters by strikeout and only gave up two hits for the whole game. Waterford moves to 6-1 on the year after Tyler Yeomans had two hits in three at-bats and scoring twice. One of Centaurs’ two hits was a double by David Preston but Woodstock slips to 2-3 on the year. 
PSA alum enters draft
Putnam Science Academy alum enters the NBA draft but will not hire an agent during this process. Hamidou Diallo announced on Twitter that he will be enrolling in this year’s NBA draft to see where about he would be drafted, go through all the NBA workouts and the combine. This evaluation is to basically get an idea of his value and to pinpoint his strengths and weaknesses that he will need to work out. It is expected that he will most likely return to the University of Kentucky where he looks to lead a loaded recruiting class under coach Calipari, with his star-studded teammates, Quade Green, Nick Richards, PJ Vanderbilt, and Shai Alexander. The team is still trying to land No. 2 center Mo Bamba for next year as well.  Hamidou is still following his plan of enrolling as a student early, getting familiar with the Kentucky System, hitting the gym hard in practices, and expected to be looked at as the key guy for next year’s Big Blue Nation. 
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