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Greenwich Softball Org. Website




To The 2022 Greenwich Softball Org.

Season and Tournament Winners:

Season Winners

A League

The Wave

B League


C League

Scarpelli's Sluggers

Coed League

J Bond

Women's league

J Bond

Industrial League

Interactive Brokers

Master's League

East Division - Summer Rain 

West Division - Docs & Jocs



Tournament Winners



A Flight



Currivan Construction Services exploded for 17 runs in the first two innings and cruised to a 30-15 victory over Hunt-Scanlon Bears to take their second straight Men’s Town “A” Softball Championship. While Currivan took the win in a high scoring affair, it was the Bears who forced a deciding game in the double elimination tournament by posting a 15-7 triumph in the first game of what turned out to be a double header.

The opening contests say Hunt-Scanlon roll to a 12-4 lead after four innings and never look back. The clutch hitting of Steve Pesce, Chris Siapanides, and Jeff Currivan led a potent Bears attack. Pesce was a perfect five for five including two home runs and also drove in six runs. Siapanides was also five-for-five, including a round tripper and scored five times. Currivan’s four-for-four performance included a pair of homers. It was three hits apiece for Matt Strati and Matt Wallace,
while Alex McMurray and Scott Atkinson each supplied a pair a single and a double.

The Builders were sparked by Mike Cleary’s four-for-four, which included a home run. Paul Esspinosa and Jay Fucher wre each three-for-four, while Bobby Caldwell and Rashe Campbell each contributed a pair of safeties, with Caldwell credited with driving in three runs. Jeff Currivan picked up the win for the Bears.

The second game was a different story as Currivan’s banged out 36 hits and scored in every inning except the sixth in a classic slugfest at Teufel Field. Eric Dralle was the big gun with a perfrect six-for-six, scoring six runs and collecting four RBI’s, while Steve Conetta was also perfect at the plate, going four-for-four while driving in three tallies. They did have a lot of help as every player in the Builders line-up collected at least one hit and drove in at least one run. Ryan Moroney’s five-for-six included three homes and he accounted for 9 runs batted in. Mike Cleary and Bobby Caldwell were each four-for-six. Mike Fesko, Paul Esponosa, Jay Fulcher and Rashe Campbell all supplied three hits, while Manager Frank Wiedmann added a single and drove in a run.

Hunt-Scanlon was paced by Matt Wallace’s four-for-five, but like Currivan’s everyone collected at least one hit as they continued to chip away at the Builders’ lead. Matt Strati, Chris Siapanides, and Michael Hawksins had three hit games. Manager Andrew Mitchell, Jeff Currivan, Scott Atkinson and Mike Gerald each came through with a pair of hits. Steve Pesce, Alex McMurray and Pete Phillips also contributed for Hunt-Scanlon. Rashe Campbell was the winning pitcher for Currivan, who also received outstanding defensive play from Jay Fulcher. Andrew Mitchell, Steven Pesce, Alex McMurray, Mike Hawkins, and Matt Strati received plaudits on defense for the Bears. Builder Sponsor Frank Currivan, who is no stranger to Championship Games, had to miss his first final in 11 years, due to an injury, but was pleased with the result.




B Flight



Equinox rallied from an early 4-3 deficit to win the Men’s “B” Softball Championship over Nielsen Electric 10-7 at Teufel Field. Nielsen forced a deciding game in the double elimination tournament by dominating Equinox 15-1 in the first game of what became a double header.

The Electricians posted five runs in the first and fifth innings of the opening tilt and held
Equinox to only five hits in the victory. Andrew Diddel and Anthony Busani shared the
spotlight for Nielsen as each was a perfect four-for-four. But many others contributed to the 23-hit attack as well. Evan Kavanagh’s three-for-four included two runs batted in. Ken
Catino’s two hits included a three-run homer and four runs driven in. Rob Catalano and
Will Malone also connected for a pair of hits and Manager Adam Franchella, Hank Baker,
Jack Zimmerman, Colin Than, and Scott Procops all contributed to the Electric offense.

Eric Pellim led Equinox with a pair of hits. Nick Causa and Aadic Ansari contributed
doubles and Alex Raynor had a single and an RBI for the Equinox Club.

Ken Catino was the winning pitcher for Neilsen and Will Malone was credited with excellent defensive play in the winning cause.

The deciding game in the Tournament was a different story as Equinox rallied for five runs in the third inning and tacked on two more in the fifth to hold on for the 10-7 victory and
their first Town Softball Title.
Jeff Skiff and Dan Augustino wielded the big bats for Equinox as each player went three-
for-four with key hits. Augustino belted a grand slam home run and drove in a total of five
scores. Skiff clubbed a three- run round-tripper. Nick Causa, Declan Foley, and Tyler
Monroe each added a couple of safeties. Alex Raynor connected on a solo home run and
Barrett Teilford,, Carlo Maza, Eric Pellim, Aadil Ansari, and Chris Tucciarone rounded out
the offense for Manager Rich Nelli’s Championship squad.

Hank Baker paced Neilsen as his two hits drove in three runs. The Electricians also
received two hits apiece from Adam Franchella, Andrew Diddel, Ken Catino and Anthony
Busani in capping a very successful season.



C Flight



The Nuggets exploded for 17 runs in the first inning and never looked back as they defeated Dawg Pound 26-4 to win the Men’s Town “C” Softball Tournament. The winners used a 31 hit attack to claim the title at Teufel Field.

Every member of the Nuggets registered at least one hit and the defense came up with big plays to keep Dawg Pound in check. Mike Tavares and Brandan Smart shared the spotlight for the winners with each player going four-for-four and scoring three runs for the Nuggets, with Taveres adding four RBI’s. They had plenty of help as Doug Lefflbine and  Jason Shockley each went four-for-five. Christian Marchand had a very productive outing as his three hits drove in six runs. David Reitz also contributed three hits, while Mike Lefflbine, Mike Prinz, Joe Marzullo, and Rob Jones contributed a pair of hits. Mike Fina and Sam Bridge also contributed on offense Tavares and Marchand belted homers for the Nuggets

The Dawg Pound was led by Joey Lombardi and Jove Navarez, who each went two-for-
four. Nick Zavkoff, Ryan Phillips, Rich Beecher, and Barry Rickart drove in the runs for the Pound.

Doug Lefflbine was the winning pitcher for the Nuggets, who capped their season by
sweeping through the double elimination tournament. The Dawg Pound has a strong
showing in the Tournament, following a nine-win regular season in their second season in
the League.




Coed Flight



The J. Bond Co-Ed team scored five runs in the fourth inning and then scored in their last turn at bat to take a dramatic 10-9 walk-off victory over a determined elevated squad. The win gave J. Bond their second consecutive title, although it did not come easy. and held off a determined Elevated team to grab a dramatic 10-9 victory in the Town Co-Ed Softball Championship. For J. Bond, it was their second consecutive title, although it did not come easy.

The winners opened a 3-1 lead after three innings, only to have Elevated even the score with a pair of runs in the fourth. That big fourth inning and a lone tally in the fifth came in handy as Elevated put up two runs in the top of the sixth and rallied for four more in the seventh to again knot the game at 9. But it was Andrew Mitchell’s double followed by Matt Strati’s run scoring single that sealed another championship.

Strati and Mitchell were the hitting stars for J. Bond as Strati’s perfect four-for-four included four runs batted in and Mitchell had three hits in four trips and scored three runs. It was two hits apiece for team mates Jenn Ambrogio, Julie D’Andrea, Alex McMurray, and Nick Spano that further supported the J. Bond offense. One of McMurray’s hits was a three run homer as he drove in four runs on the game. Joel Arroyo, Brittany Rodriguez, and Ashley Grudzinski also contributed to the Bond offense.

The Elevated Squad had no shortage of hitting stars. Bobby Caldwell led the way with a three-for four performance. Julianna LaBella, Robby Geriak, Kathy Ferraro, Jeff Medina, and Dani Nunez each had a pair of his for Elevated. Medina and Ferraro were particularly productive as Medina drove in three runs and Ferraro batted in two. Lance LaLunna drove in a pair of runs on a triple and one of his two walks. Jeff Currivan, Amanda Petrizzi, and Tara Currivan, also provided punch for the Elevated offense.

Nick Spano was the winning pitcher for J. Bond, who also benefited from Manager Andrew
Mitchell’s dazzling outfield catches.



Women's Flight



J. Bond has won the Women’s Town Softball Championship as they rallied for a dramatic 8-7 victory over defending champ DMD Pools at Teufel Field. With the win, J. Bond reclaims the championship that DMD took from them in last year’s final. The match-up between these two powers is becoming a classic rivalry in Greenwich Softball. Softball Championship with a 9-2 victory over defending champ J. Bond in an exciting game at Teufel Field. In winning the crown for the first team, DMD also ended a long streak of J. Bond championships.

The Pool Women opened the game with four runs in the top of the first and held a 7-4 lead until Bond put together its own four run inning in the fifth. After retiring the side in order in the sixth, J. Bond had to hold off their determined opponent, who left two runners on base as the final out was made in the seventh.

Leading the way for Bond were Julia Greco who went two for two plus a walk and Charli Faugno, who was two-for-three including a triple and two runs batted in. Michelle Wlosek and Ashley Grudzinski were also two-for-three in the winning cause. It was a total team effort as everyone in the line-up contributed with hits or runs driven in, including Mary Beth Fratello, Amanda Novak, Julia D’Andrea, Gjustina Duihkn, Steph Novak, and Lisa Weiss-Sabia.

DMD pounded out 17 hits in a well-balanced attack. Erica Ambrogio, Tracy Annunziato, and Katie C all shared the spotlight with three hits in four trips to the plate. Angela Altamura, Sam Rentz, and Katie Eggert add a pair of hits each. Annie Ambrogio and Alyssa Lodato also hit safely for DMD.

Michelle Wlosek was the winning pitcher for J. Bond, who also received some outstanding defensive play from Charli Faugno in the outfield.





Industrial Flight



The task facing the Equinox 2 Softball team was a huge one. They needed to win two consecutive games against Greenwich Police to capture the Men’s Industrial Softball Championship in the double elimination tournament. The mission was accomplished with victories 22-5 and 27-14 at Teufel Field.

The eventual champs opened the first game by scoring six runs in the top of the first.
The Police countered with five in their half of the inning, but Equinox cruised from there
as they banged out 30 hits in the contest.

The offense was balanced as well as plentiful for Equinox. Alex Raynol was a perfect
four-for-four, scoring three runs and Aadil Ansari was a flawless three for three at the
plate. Nick Causa, Eric Pellim, and Dan Agustino were each four-for-five with Augstino homering twice and collecting six runs batted in. Declan Foley was a productive three-for-four driving in four more runs and Tyler Monroe was three-for-four with two RBI’s. Barrett Teilford had three hits in five attempts, with Jeff Skiff and Chris Tucciarone also adding base hits.

The Police got a big night from Kris Shockley at three-for-three and a run batted in. Andrew Mitchell, Alan Pesce, Steve Caldwell, and Nick Sarno added a pair of hits apiece
for the Lawmen.

Declan Foley picked up the win for Equinox.

The second contest saw both teams explode on offense. While Equinox held an 8-0
advantage after three frames, the Police roared back to trim the lead to 11-8, but a nine
run sixth inning put the game out of reach.

For Equinox, it was Aadil Ansari’s turn to lead the was with a five-for-five and four RBI’s and team mate Carlo Maza was also perfect going three-for-three. Eric Pellim’s four-for-five included a homer and six runs batted in. Nick Causa, Dan Agustino, and Jeff Skiff collected four hist in five tries. Causa and Agustino drove in three runs each and Skiff added two more. Chris Tucciarone registered three hits and batted in four runs. Everyone hit safely in the winning cause as Alex Raynor and Declan Foley a pair of each apiece and Barrett Teliford and Tyler Monroe picked up singletons.

The Police were sparked by Andrew Mitchell, Nick Sarno, and Steve Caldwell, who all
carded a three-for-four evening. It was two hits apiece for Tommy Kelly, Alan Pesce, and Nolan Heintz. Kris Shockley, Sal Tramontano, Pat O’Connor, and Sebastian Arena all recorded hits for the Lawmen, who also saw every player hit safely.

Declan Foley was again the winning pitcher for Equinox 2.




Master's Flight




Summer Rain used a balanced offensive attack and some timely defense to defeat United Housewrecking 10-3 and repeat as the Men’s Masters League Softball Champions. The Rainmakers went undefeated in claiming the double elimination tournament.

Faced with a 1-1 tie in the bottom of the third inning, the winners scored four times and added five more tallies in the fourth to take control of what was looking like a nail biter. It was a total team effort for Summer as everyone got on base. Joe Nethercott was a perfect two-for-two, walked, scored twice and added two runs batted in. Jim Kavanagh and Lou Bonaventura were each two-for-three. Doug Roina and Mike “Ruggie” Marrullo continued their clutch hitting, each going two-for-four, with Marullo credited with two RBI’s. Also contributing were Mike Marzulla, Joe Ceruzzi, Stan Mardula, Paul Marko, Anthony Covello, and Chris Matonis.

The team effort was much to the delight of Manager Stan Mardula and Summer Rain enjoyed a special emotional boost from long time pitcher Terry “Dog” Mardula.

Darren Smith was the big gun for the Housewreckers going four-for-four and driving in a run. He did have plenty of support as well as United also gave a full team effort. Eddie Audino had two hits in three at bats. Brett Price, Anthony Pasani, Billy Bardas, Billy Constantino, Brin Irizzari, Doug Laychack, Joe Irizzary, Miron Bajus, and Chris
Gambino all contributed to the offense.

Manager Mario Lodato was pleased with a good effort and another successful season.

Anthony Covello was the winning pitcher for Summer Rain.



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