Connecticut State Champions in the 1960s

Stratford Original established itself as an early dynasty by winning three state titles in a four year span in the early 1960s. Stratford's 1963 state champions eventually reached the World Series championship game before falling to Granada Hills National (Southern California) in extra innings.

Windsor Locks came up one short of Stratford in the count of championship flags, but the District 8 league also won a bigger prize: the 1965 World Series title. Windsor Locks defeated Stoney Creek (Ontario) 3-1 in the championship game, then repeated as state champions in 1966 before falling in the New Jersey/Connecticut Divisional Tournament.

Select a year to see details from that year's state tournament.

State Champions of the 1960s

1969 - Southington South
1968 - Groton
1967 - Hartford McGinley
1966 - Windsor Locks
1965 - Windsor Locks
1964 - New London National
1963 - Stratford Original
1962 - Stratford Original
1961 - Darien
1960 - Stratford Original

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