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    Post 5 Edges Southington CT Post 72 4-3

    By Rutland Herald 08/07/2019, 9:15pm EDT

    Takes On Winner of Shrewsbury/Hampden Tomorrow

    WORCESTER, Mass. — Brattleboro Post 5 struck a blow for Vermont by winning its first game at the American Legion baseball Northeast Regional, edging Southington, Connecticut, 4-3 on Wednesday at Fitton Field on the Holy Cross campus.

    Southington grabbed a 2-0 lead but Brattleboro's Christian Thomsen's RBI double followed by Chris Frost's RBI single tied the game at 2-2 for Brattleboro.

    Post 5 went ahead for good in the fourth when Thomsen cracked another double and then was able to score on a throwing error when Jack Price got down a bunt.


    dam Newton was the winning pitcher.

    Brattleboro won the Vermont state championship by beating S.D. Ireland twice in the championship round in Colchester.

    Brattleboro will now play a winner's bracket game on Thursday at 6:30 p.m. against the winner of a game played Wednesday night between Shrewsbury, Massachusetts, the host Post, and Hampden, Maine.

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