Newtown’s 9U team wraps up 84 League play with 11-3-1 record.
Newtown Renegades 11, Norwalk 4
The Renegades made the ride to Norwalk to face the District 1 champs. The game started with an eight run first inning from the Renegades. They added another run in the third and two more in the fourth. The story of the night, though, was the Renegades pitching. Connor Haywood and Tristan Andrew combined to face twelve batters in four innings. They gave up only two hits and struck out four while receiving great support from the Renegades defense.
Newtown Renegades 21, Fairfield American 5
The Renegades were on the road again traveling to Gould Manor to face Fairfield. In the top of the first the Renegades jumped out to a 5-0 lead. In the second inning, the Renegades added another ten runs. The offense was punctuated by four straight doubles from the bats of Josh Taylor, Matt Bradbury, Joey Rios, and Shaine Luzietti. On the mound, Dillon Robinson, CJ Giacin, Tristan Andrew and Luzietti combined to hold Fairfield to five runs on only four hits.
Newtown Renegades 12, Southbury Land Sharks 4
The Renegades were back in Southbury to face the Land Sharks. The offensive highlight of the game was in the top of the fifth for Newtown. After the first two batters each grounded out to the pitcher, the Renegades proceeded to send the next eleven straight batters to the plate and score eight runs. On the mound, Joe Rios, Josh Taylor and John Godino combined to get the win.
New Milford Legends 8, Newtown Renegades 1
Newtown hosted the Legends from New Milford in a rematch of the Jimmy Fund tournament championship. New Milford scored three runs in the second inning and two more in the third. Down 5-1 in the fifth, Newtown had a chance to make some noise. Newtown had the bases loaded in the second, fourth and fifth innings, but were only able to score one run off the strong New Milford defense. CJ Demers went 2 for 2 and played a steady shortstop for the Renegades. Pitching for Newtown were Tristan Andrew, John Godino, Will Swift and Shaine Luzietti.
Newtown Renegades 14, Bethel Wildcats 2
Newtown played host to Bethel. Newtown scored six runs in the bottom of the first and never looked back. The big hit of the night was a double crushed by Tom Tavar to left center. Dillon Robinson and Josh Taylor each threw 2 innings in the victory. combining for five strikeouts.
Newtown Renegades 19, Brookfield Bears 3
The Renegades faced the Brookfield Bears in their final 84 league game of the season. After four innings, the Renegades held a 7-3 lead. In the top of the fifth, the Renegades offense got hot and scored twelve runs. Tristan Andrew, CJ Demers, Connor Haywood, Shaine Luzietti and Will Swift each threw an inning in the victory.