|Jack Drewry blasted a three-run homer and was the winning pitcher for Wolcott |
in its season opener at Woodland. (Copyright, Sports on CT-69, 2018 file)
Drewry clubbed a three-run home run in the top of the third inning to put the Eagles ahead 3-2. Tino Ciarlo singled to lead off the inning, then Dane Hassan drew a two-out walk to bring up Drewry with runners on first and second.
Woodland tied the game at 3 in the bottom of the inning, but Wolcott responded with two more runs in the fourth to go ahead for good. The Eagles drew four straight walks, with one runner getting thrown out at home. Nick Trager lifted a fly ball to left and reached on an error with the bases loaded, which scored Anthony Ligi and put Wolcott up 4-3. Hassan's sacrifice fly brought home Ciarlo for a 5-3 lead.
The Hawks brought the tying run to the plate with one out in the bottom of the seventh inning, but Drewry picked up a strikeout, then got a groundout to Trager at second base to end the game.
Ciarlo had two hits and scored twice while Trey Nastri also collected two hits.
|St. Paul softball posted this photo from Saturday's jamboree|
on its Twitter account. Beautiful day for some softball in Wolcott!
Bristol Central, Wolcott and St. Paul all participated in a jamboree on Saturday at Wakelee Elementary School to get ready for the season. Watertown and Maloney of Meriden also took part.
The jamboree was originally scheduled to be at Bristol Central High School, but was moved to Wakelee. Wolcott took on Watertown in the first game, St. Paul in the second game, Maloney in the third and Bristol Central in the fourth. Bristol Central played -- in order -- St. Paul, Watertown, Maloney and Wolcott. St. Paul took on Bristol Central, Maloney, Wolcott and Watertown.
These scrimmages were previews of games to be played during the regular season. Wolcott hosts Watertown on April 16, then plays at home against St. Paul on May 9. The Eagles play at Watertown on May 14.
St. Paul is home to Watertown on April 5.
Bristol Central is at Maloney on April 20.
Bristol Central hosted Bristol Eastern and St. Paul in a three-team scrimmage on Wednesday evening. It was a chance for the Rams, Lancers and Falcons to play close to home and get some work in before the regular season starts.