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Wednesday, May 6, 2009

Ryan Moore Shuts Down Shelton

Winners of five straight, Shelton was crushing the ball until it faced Sheehan ace Ryan Moore today. Moore, a junior, shut down the Gaels, holding them to just two hits and no runs in a 1-0 Sheehan win.
Tim Bickford drove in Connor Terragna for the deciding run in the sixth inning. Shelton is a half game behind Amity and Cheshire in the Southern Connecticut Conference Housatonic Division.
In other games, Mike Rubino knocked in Jonathan Padilla in the 10th inning to lift Career over North Haven. Pat Simone moved to 4-0 with Branford’s 3-1 win over East Haven. There’s now a three-way tie for first place in the SCC Oronoque Division. Coginchaug edged Valley Regional 4-3. The Blue Devils have now won 10 of its last 11. In a battle of two Milford schools Law beat Foran 6-5. Brett Michael Doran went 4-for-4 with four RBIs for Law. The Lawmen have done everything but lock up the SCC Hammonasset Division. Hamden edged Xavier 3-2 as the Green Dragons picked up their first win in SCC Quinnipiac Division play and, surprisingly, it took Notre Dame-West Haven nine innings to knock off Fairfield Prep 6-2. Seymour is clearly the most dominant team in the Naugatuck Valley League, crushing Holy Cross, perhaps the second-best team in the league, 10-0.


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