Head coach - Adam Provost, fifth season as varsity coach.
After losing five players to graduation, the Bulldogs will look to seniors T.J. Oliver, Dan Favreau and Alex Miskovsky for leadership on the diamond.
The Bulldogs will look to their number-one starter Oliver to anchor the pitching staff, along with Miskovsky and Eddie Lewicki.
The Burr & Burton offense should have no problem producing runs, led by the likes of the speedy Favreau, Oliver, Joel Zoufaly and Miskovski.
Also watch out for sophomore Alex Richardson, who is showing signs of a good stick early on.
In a frustrating season-opener at Springfield, the Bulldogs offense exploded for 15 runs and held a six-run lead, but the game was called because of darkness in the top of the seventh inning.
The sophomore Richardson led the offense for the Bulldogs with two doubles, a triple and six RBI's, while the starting pitcher Oliver helped his own cause with three hits and three RBI's. Lewicki and Miskovsky amd Zouflay also pitched in with RBI-hits.
The game will be finished up when the two teams play again in Manchester on April 26.
Head coach - Dan DeForest, twenty-eighth season as varsity coach.
After losing a few key seniors to graduation, the Lady Bulldogs still return several players with varsity experience, as well getting their long-time coach back after returning from knee surgery.
Key starters include senior Jess Nutter as the number-one starter, senior Leah Wulfman will anchor the infield at shortstop, senior Chelsea Samani in centerfield and versatile junior Paige Malone.
In the season, road-opener at Springfield, Nutter got the start and went four innings, but the Lady Bulldogs couldn't get enough offense going and fell 7-3. Wulfman and Malone got the key hits for the Lady Bulldog offense with back-to-back RBI-doubles.