Vermont Senior Baseball League

Opening Weekend Scores
Sunday, May 1
Woodsville  at0
Vergennes0
Mad River  at0
Randolph0
Newport  at0
Colchester0
Williston  at0
Middlebury0
Bayside  at0
Chelsea0
Montpelier  at0
Burlington0
Caledonia  at0
Waterbury0
Northfield  at0
Champlain0
Opening Weekend
Sunday, May 1
Woodsville  at
Vergennes
Mad River  at
Randolph
Newport  at
Colchester
Williston  at
Middlebury
Bayside  at
Chelsea
Montpelier  at
Burlington
Caledonia  at
Waterbury
Northfield  at
Champlain

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Bryan Ballif Essex Junction 802-881-4394

2016 Season Standings

Team W L Win %
Bayside Braves00
Burlington Cardinals00
Caledonia Bucks00
Champlain Whales00
Chelsea Bat Company00
Colchester Cubs00
Killington Knights00
Mad River Valley00
Middlebury Woodchucks00
Montpelier Monties00
Newport Thunderdogs00
Northfield Nationals00
Randolph Jays00
Vergennes Dodgers00
Waterbury Warthogs00
Williston Armadillos00
Woodsville River Rats00

2015 Champions Colchester Lakers

2015 Vermont Senior League Champions, Colchester Lakers

TIER 1 PLAYOFF: Colchester 4, Williston 3

On a spectacular day for baseball the Vermont Men’s Senior Baseball Championships were held at the brand new, and beautiful Maxfield Sports Complex in Hartford, Vermont.

In a clean, competitive game Colchester and Williston played to an extra inning decision. With Williston leading for most of the game Colchester persisted, scratching out two runs in the top of the eighth to knot the game at three apiece. Neither team was able to score again in regulation.

In the top of the tenth Colchester continued its comeback, scoring one run. Despite a promising initial response in the bottom of the tenth, Williston was unable to produce the tying run. Colchester had completed an impressive comeback victory.

The game was marked by timely hitting, terrific defensive plays and top of the line pitching. Eric Muttilainen and Dana Perrotte shared mound duties for Colchester, while Ken Freeman went the distance for Williston. Two long balls deserve note: a powerful homerun by Colchester’s Nick Goodreau and a deep gap-shot triple by Williston’s Reid Crosby.

Further congratulations to Williston for its league leading season record of 14-1.

Montpelier Monties Tier 2 Champions

Div 2 Champions. Montpelier Monties

TIER 2 PLAYOFF: Montpelier 1, Newport 0

The first game of the day was a nine inning pitching standoff featuring Montpelier’s Bill Mack and Newport’s Rick LaFoe.

The only run of the game was scored by Dave Rubin when he led off the fifth inning with a walk and took second on a single by Bill Mack (One of only 2 hits allowed by LaFoe). Joe Gagne then hit a deep fly ball to left, and Dave and the pinch runner for Bill both tagged and advanced. Randy Boucher drove in the run with a ground ball to second.

Bill Mack continued to power through the Newport lineup as Montpelier held on to come out on top of this pitching dominated contest.

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