Tag: Blue Devils

Blue Devils sports round-up: Track, tennis, golf

By KEVIN ROBERTS STAFF WRITER Plainville teams had a busy week last week. Here are the results: Baseball Plainville bounced back from a rough 10-2 road loss at EO Smith on April 29 with a 5-1 home win over Maloney…

Baseball: Plainville continues to step up their game

By KEN MORSE CORRESPONDENT The Plainville baseball team is stepping up their game having won five of the last six, including four in a row. The Blue Devils erased a slow start to improve to 5-4. The team is doing…

Blue Devils round-up: Track, golf, softball, tennis

By KEVIN ROBERTS STAFF WRITER Sydni Spencer won two events to lead the Plainville girls track and field team at this past Saturday’s Greater Bristol Invitational, held at Bristol Central High School. The invitational was contested in unseasonably cold temperatures…

Blue Devils softball shows resilience

By KEN MORSE CORRESPONDENT The Blue Devils showed some resilience shaking off a pair of lopsided losses to Bristol Eastern and Bristol Central. Plainville strung together the longest win streak in five years and now stands halfway toward their state…

Blue Devils roundup: Baseball, Tennis

Plainville track and field recorded a pair of dual meet wins over Bristol Eastern on April 16 in Bristol. The boys defeated the Lancers 91-59 while the girls claimed an 81-67 victory. The Blue Devils were scheduled to host Maloney…

Baseball’s persistence pays off with first win

By KEN MORSE CORRESPONDENT The Plainville baseball team endured through 26 innings looking for that breakthrough. It finally came in the bottom of the sixth against Rocky Hill last Wednesday. The Blue Devils erupted for six runs in a come-from-behind,…

Football: Tim Shea gets the nod for all-star game

Blue Devil coach Tim Shea, above, was named as the coach of Team Constitution at the Connecticut senior all-star high school football game. Plainville’s Dylan Fusco will be in charge of quality control for Team Constitution. The all-star game will…

Softball’s comeback boosts confidence

By KEN MORSE CORRESPONDENT It’s often said that it’s not how you start; it’s how you finish. For the Plainville softball team, it had everything to do with how they started the season during a come-from-behind, 13-8 victory on Monday,…

Girls Tennis: Devils fall in opener

Maggie Cronkhite drives a serve across the net during her No. 2 singles match on April 4. Plainville lost to Southington, 7-0, in the season opener. Photo by KEVIN ROBERTS

Baseball preview: Plainville is in it for the long haul

By KEN MORSE CORRESPONDENT The Blue Devils were at 5-4 in 2017 but finished up at 2-9 marked by a lack of offense that saw four shutout losses and three games where they only put up one run. Last season…