The Chester Pirates recently captured the Connecticut River Valley League Mens' Baseball championship with a convincing 10-1 win over the Ludlow Gold.
Chester-resident and former Green Mountain Union High School stand out Scott Renfro went the distance on the mound for the Pirates, giving up just three hits and one unearned run, while also striking out ten.
Bellows Falls resident Todd Wells led the Pirate offense with three hits, two RBI's and a run scored, while Chuck Herriman added two hits and a run.
North Walpole resident Craig Mellish also came off the bench to rip a two-run double to help seal the deal.
The Pirates finished their season with an impressive, 15-1 record while claiming their seventh CRVBL title.
For more information about the league, visit www.crvbl.org
Quinton Carr submitted information to this article.