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CAN-AM Week #1 – Everglades, Richelieu Split the Lead

The first week’s power rankings are out for the Can-Am College League, and the top teams splitting the lead, both with 148.0 points, are Collège Cardinal Richelieu Monarchistes (DIV A, Canada Conference) and the Everglades U Swampmen (DIV B, Southern Conference), with both teams 4-1 after five games.

Just how long these teams will retain their positions is up for debate, however. There is a large field of strong teams in all divisions, notably Essex Tech Bullfrogs, with 8 homers (twice that of Richelieu, and leading the Can-Am league), and Danbury Central College Bobcats, with a Can-Am League-leading 37 runs (tied with RMA Sandhurst Blues and Reds and Army Black Knights). Continue reading “CAN-AM Week #1 – Everglades, Richelieu Split the Lead”

Danbury Junior Hits for Cycle

The Danbury Central College Dimes have not been in the playoff conversation at all this season, and are suffering a terrible season, placed last in the Can-Am’s New England Conference with a dismal 16-24 record. But their players are still playing like it matters, especially as the draft date slowly approaches.

Danbury Central College’s Brian Vance (2B) hit for the cycle tonight against Kentucky School of Distilling, in a 5-4 extra innings win.

Brian Vance (2B), a 21-year-old junior for the Dimes has struggled offensively all season as well, and likely won’t reach a top round draft pick should he enter this year’s amateur draft. But he had a stellar game tonight in a hard-fought game against Kentucky School of Distilling, in which Vance hit for the cycle and the Dimes earned a rare win. Continue reading “Danbury Junior Hits for Cycle”