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- The State of Baseball: Week 1
- NECBL releases 2021 schedule
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NEIBL: Stratham remains unbeaten
- Updated: July 5, 2020
The Stratham JV team improved its NEIBL record to 4-0 by sweeping a doubleheader against Lakes Region in Laconia on Saturday. Stratham won Game 1, 15-5, and took Game 2, 13-3.
Frank Krupp hit a three-run homer and had four RBIs to lead the Stratham offense in Game 1. Tim Gori tossed two scoreless innings to earn the win. Jake Wiberg went 2-for-3 and scored three runs. Tyler Leedberg, David Kohl and Duncan Cullinane each had three RBIs in the victory.
Stratham scored eight runs over the final two innings to pull away in Game 2. Kohl, Culliane and Kaleb Cecchetti each had two RBIs in that contest. Leedberg, Jason Yeaton and Wiberg each pitched a scoreless innng of relief.
Jutras 5, Kanc Crushers 4
Caleb LeClerc struck out five in two scoreless innings on the mound to help Jutras defeat the Kanc Crushers earlier this week. Jutras also received strong pitching from Mikey Girard, who struck out two and allowed one hit in three innings.
Girard, Leclerc, Izzy Lopex, Felix Soto and Andrew Houghton each had had a hit in the win.
Salem 8, Hollis/Brookline 2
Salem pushed across five runs in the top of the sixth and added two more in the seventh post an 8-2 victory in Brookline.
STA 4/13 Souhegan 3/8
Despite solid pitching from Sean Brennan and Jimmy Reel, Souhegan was limited to four hits and dropped a 4-3 decision to St. Thomas (1) in the first game of a doubleheader Saturday.
Isaiah Gutierrez gave Souhegan three strong innings on the mound before the bullpen faltered and allowed St. Thomas to prevail 13-8 in Game 2. Bobby Henline, Brady Mason and Brandon Dufour each had two hits, including a double, to lead the Souhegan offense in Game 2.