Housatonic scored nine runs in the top of the seventh to take a 10 run lead before Gilbert followed it up with an 11 run bottom of the inning for a stunning 18 17 victory in BL action Friday in Winsted. Rachel Aiudi's walk off single to plate Sydney Francisco completed Gilbert's huge comeback. "The girls could have given up and stopped playing but they didn't," Gilbert coach Mark Douglass said. "The kids stayed together and didn't back down." Alyssa Jamieson tied the score in the seventh with a grand slam and totaled three hits and six RBI on the day while Aiudi finished with three hits and an RBI. Amanda Root had two hits with an RBI while Shelby Grumpper finished with two RBI for Gilbert (4 8). Maggie Bristow had two hits, including a grand slam, while Chloe Dakers added a hit and two RBI for Housatonic (3 7). Ashley Bosio had two hits, including a double. Woodland 5, Wolcott 1: Samantha Lee tossed a three hitter and struck out five for the Hawks in Wolcott. Lee also hit a single, double and had two RBI. Cameron Caswell had a single, double and an RBI for Woodland (12 2), and Rachel Starkey added two hits. Samantha White also singled, scored a run and drove home two more. Kayla DePara scattered seven hits and struck out five in seven innings for the Eagles (4 8) and had a triple. Stephanie Harman contributed with a double and a run scored, while Kaitlyn Moore singled. Sacred Heart 9, Crosby 6: Danielle Hughes hit a second inning grand slam and later delivered a two run double to finish with six RBI for the Hearts at Municipal Stadium. Tiff Ciavarella singled twice, drove in a run and scored once for Sacred Heart (3 11). For Crosby (2 12), Brittany Balek singled, tripled for an RBI and scored twice, and Nayarit Cora had two singles and an RBI. Seymour 8, Watertown 1: Katie Petroski had two singles, a double and a triple with two RBI for the Wildcats in Watertown. Amanda Harkins had two doubles for Seymour and Makayla O'Hara added a two run home run for Seymour (14 1). Raeanne Geffert tossed a three hitter. Watertown's Abby Collier tripled and scored. Shepaug 17, Litchfield 3: Kelsey Johnson allowed one hit and struck out 10 for the Spartans in BL action in Washington, Conn. Annie Rosa singled three times and drove in two runs while Kailee Munson doubled, tripled and had three RBI. Johnson had two singles, four runs scored and an RBI for Shepaug (7 6). Tori Tompkins doubled while Maddie O'Neil added two RBI for Litchfield (0 12). 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