image description

Pittsfield Babe Ruth 14s Rally to Beat Plymouth at New England Regional

Print Story | Email Story
ROCHESTER, N.H. -- Tyler Gaudette tripled in two runs in a six-run top of the seventh as the Pittsfield Babe Ruth 14-year-old All-Stars came from behind to earn a 9-5 win over Plymouth on Friday to open the New England Regional.
 
Pittsfield went to its last at-bat trailing 5-3.
 
Chase Doyle and Matt Lee got the rally started with back-to-back doubles that got Pittsfield within one run.
 
Lee then tied the score when Will Kinne reached on an error attempting to bunt him to third.
 
Nick Guachione singled, and Chase Racine walked ahead of Collin Merwin's sacrifice fly to score Racine and give Pittsfield a 6-5 lead.
 
Gaudette tripled to center to score a couple of insurance runs and came home on a sac bunt by Adam Lazits.
 
Guachione went 3-for-4 at the plate, and Gaudette was 2-for-3 with the triple.
 
Lee and Lazits combined on the mound to strike out seven and allow no earned runs.
 
Pittsfield (1-0) continues pool play on Saturday at noon against Nashua, N.H.
 
13-year-old Tournament
STAMFORD, Conn. -- The Pittsfield Babe Ruth 13-year-old All-Stars went 11 innings Friday to beat Eastern Mass State Champion Plymouth in their regional opener.
 
Pittsfield (1-0) Saturday plays Keene, N.H., at 3 p.m.
0 Comments
iBerkshires.com welcomes critical, respectful dialogue; please keep comments focused on the issues and not on personalities. Profanity, obscenity, racist language and harassment are not allowed. iBerkshires reserves the right to ban commenters or remove commenting on any article at any time. Concerns may be sent to info@iberkshires.com.

Berkshires Beat: Berkshire Equestrian Center to Host Horse Show Benefiting Berkshire Humane Society

Benefit horse show

After 25 years of hosting the Berkshire Humane Society Horse Show, Overmeade Farm has passed the reins to the Berkshire Equestrian Center in Richmond. Through the support of the Hart Family and Overmeade Farm, the horse show has raised more than $250,000 during the lifetime of the event. Berkshire Humane Society is excited to begin a new partnership with Berkshire Equestrian Center.

This event is recognized by the Western New England Professional Horseman's Association. Riders participate in hunter and equitation classes, both on the flat and over fences. The show offers riders of all ages and skills an opportunity to compete while helping raise critical funds that support the programs and services of Berkshire Humane Society. BHS has provided care to thousands of homeless animals over the past 27 years, and the horse show is one event that makes this lifesaving work possible.

Divisions to be held include: Short/Long Stirrup, Baby Green Hunter, Low/Adult Hunter, Novice Hunter, Pre-Children’s/Adult Equitation, Junior/Amateur Hunter, Children’s Equitation, Pony Hunter, Children’s Hunter Horse, Modified Junior Equitation, Junior Equitation, Adult Equitation, among others.

"We are so excited that the horse show has returned," said John Perreault, executive director for BHS. "This event is a great way for people of all ages to combine their love of horses and their compassion for all companion animals. We cannot thank Overmeade Farm and Berkshire Equestrian Center enough for their support. The Hart Family has made this event what it is today, and we’re thankful that Sarah Hogue at Berkshire Equestrian Center wants to continue this summer tradition that celebrates horses and helps homeless pets."

View Full Story

More Pittsfield Stories