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Jackson Kuja and the Madison Junior Legion baseball team finished the regular season with 19 wins and now prepare for the postseason. (File photo by Kelley Fryer/The Source | Buy This Photo)
Will Kleinhenz and the Post 79 Seniors team split their last two games of the 2019 campaign by beating North Haven and losing to Cheshire. (File photo by Kelley Fryer/The Source | Buy This Photo)
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Junior American Legion Baseball
The Madison Junior Legion baseball team finished up a strong regular season last week and will be competing in the State Tournament this week.
Post 79 notched a 3-2 victory over North Haven in its regular-season finale on July 14. With the win, Madison finished with a record of 19-8 for the regular season and came in third place in the Zone 2 standings this summer.
Madison opened up the State Tournament by competing in the double-elimination portion of the draw in the Northern Division on July 22 (after press time). Post 79 is playing in a four-team pod from which the winner will advance to the East Hartford Regionals portion of the State Tournament.
Senior American Legion Baseball
Post 79 gained a split of its last two regular-season matchups to finish with a record of 11-16 on the year.
Madison gutted out a 4-3 win over North Haven on July 14. The next day, Post 79 took a 4-2 loss against Cheshire in its final game of the year.
Post 79 finished in fifth place in the Eastern Division of the Zone 2 standings.
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