The Shoreline Hammerheads won the 13U Championship of this summer's Chris Potvin Memorial Tournament.
The Between the Lines Tides 13-U travel baseball team capped off a successful 2011 season by being crowned co-champions of the prestigious Christopher Potvin 25th Anniversary Memorial Tournament played at Dodd Stadium in Norwich. The team compiled an overall season record of 36-20-2 during league play in the East Shore
courtesy of Brett Poirier/Norwich Bulletin (August 9, 2010) It was fitting that Billy Buscetto, Jr. crossed the plate for the game-winning run to end the Christopher Potvin Memorial Tournament at Dodd Stadium on Sunday. The CT Rebels defeated Groton by one run in the 15-U title game, 4-3. For Coach Bill
(By Brett Poirier – Norwich Bulletin) Before the Connecticut Tigers took on the Batavia Muckdogs on Sunday, Christopher Potvin Day was celebrated at Dodd Stadium. Wayne Potvin, father of the late Christopher Potvin, awarded 25 scholarships in honor of the 25th anniversary of the Christopher Potvin Baseball Tournament. Wayne Potvin handed out
(from the New London Day) Potvin tournament (U17) • Winning pitcher Doug Domnarski scored on a bases-loaded walk in the bottom of the 10th inning to lift the New England Tides to an 8-7 win over the Shoreline Hammerheads. Paul Hallinan drew the walk that scored the game-winner. Peter Gonski's three-run homer
(from the New London Day) Potvin tournament (U17) • Reid Roberge and Mike Babcock combined to pitch a no-hitter, leading America's Game National past Northeast Corner, 5-3, Tuesday in a Potvin Tournament 17-under division winners' bracket baseball game. Roberge and Babcock struck out six and walked nine. Steve Lockman was 2-for-2 with