Northern Connecticut Girls' Softball League


1998 SEASON SUMMARY



The Northern Connecticut Girls' Softball League was organized in 1998 as a U-15 summer league designed to provide area players an affordable season of competitive fastpitch softball. The league adopted most of the C.I.A.C. rules which govern local school programs. Two five-team divisions, North and South, were formed from the eight original member towns with Enfield entering three teams. Of note, seven of these ten teams were from N.C.C.C. member towns. A total of 170 players participated in our first season.


Final League Standings


North Division WL GBSTR DivHome AwayRS RA
1Somers93--- W47-14-15-2179110
2Enfield1851 1/2 W26-24-24-3188124
3East Windsor584 1/2 L34-43-32-5172196
-Ellington584 1/2 L12-62-53-3145189
5Enfield22107 L41-71-61-4101233
South Division WL GBSTR DivHome AwayRS RA
1Newington111--- L16-15-16-016143
2Andover832 1/2 W16-24-24-113675
3Tolland853 1/2 W45-34-34-2147122
4South Windsor675 1/2 L42-63-43-3155169
5Enfield301211 L120-70-50-775198



1998 League Tournament


The Northern Connecticut Girls' Softball League's first season-ending tournament took place at Field Road Park in Somers the weekend of August 7th - 9th. Teams were seeded by their regular season records. A single elimination format was used with the two finalists playing a best-of-three on Sunday. Stafford was invited to participate based on their intention of joining the league in 1999.

First Round (Friday night)
#6 South Windsor 27, #11 Stafford 7.
#7 East Windsor 23, #10 Enfield3 7.
#8 Ellington 19, #9 Enfield2 8.

Second Round (Saturday morning)
#7 East Windsor 10, #2 Somers 9.
#3 Andover 21, #6 South Windsor 7.
#1 Newington 9, #8 Ellington 6.
#5 Enfield1 11, #4 Tolland 7.

Third Round (Saturday afternoon)
#3 Andover 22, #7 East Windsor 7.
#1 Newington 17, #5 Enfield1 2.

Finals (Sunday)
Newington defeated Andover by the scores of 7-2 and 13-5 to win the tournament title. The Newington roster included Jen Cancelliere, Megan Cirigliano, Alana Desroches, Carrie Dumas, Sara Gillis, Liz Keyes, Jen McKinnon, Katy Sadlosky, Jessica Savino, Morgan Suess, Kim Trimble, Lauren Whitney, Shannon Roberts and Leah Seltzer.

East Windsor claimed third place with a 17-16 win over Enfield1 in the consolation game.

1998 All-Star Game


NCGSL concluded its first season with an All-Star game played at Field Road Park in Somers on Friday night, August 21st. The South Team prevailed over the North in the nine inning game by the score of 11-7. Pitchers for the South were Denise Trubia, Jess McNary and Lauren Whitney. Autumn Bean led the offense with 4 hits and 3 runs scored. Megan Cirigliano and Laura Mozzer each had two hits. Katie Clair, Ashley Caravella and Daisy Scarlato were the North hurlers. Katie Clair also paced the North batters with three hits.

TEAM ROSTERS

North Team
East Windsor: Melanie Boland, Katie Clair, Lindsay Raber.
Ellington: Cristin Chambers, Jessica Cosman, Daisy Scarlato.
Enfield1: Shanielle Danner, Andrea Tarbox.
Enfield2: Casee Byrnes, Lindsey Flanigan.
Somers: Ashley Caravella, Jen Slater, Carolyn Tschummi.
Stafford: Kristy Beebe, Stacey Beebe.

South Team
Andover: Autumn Bean, Sarah Clark, Jess McNary.
Enfield3: Jen Falloretti, Kristi Fiore, Kim Reissig.
Newington: Megan Cirigliano, Jen McKinnon, Lauren Whitney.
South Windsor: Rachel Genovese, Natalie Johnston, Ashley Killingbeck.
Tolland: Khristina Krol, Laura Mozzer, Denise Trubia.

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