NEIBL: Londonderry defeats Salem
- Updated: July 8, 2020
Shortstop Brandon Fish and catcher Zach Rheault each had two hits and two RBIs to propel Londonderry to a 10-5 victory over Salem in an NEIBL varsity game Tuesday night in Salem.
Owen MacDonnell and Chris Tutt each added two hits for Londonderry, which led 6-5 after three innings. Sean Cavanaugh and Ryan Killelea each pitched two scoreless innings of relief to help secure the win.
Trevor DiMinico collected three of Salem’s six hits. Catcher Noah Poulin had two hits and two RBIs.
Hudson 2, Portsmouth 1
Keene tied the game in the bottom of the first inning. Noah Timmer singled through the left side to score Hunter Paquette.
Merrimack 4, Concord 1
Merrimack received a complete-game pitching performace from Ryan Williams, who struck out six in Merrimack’s victory. Concord’s only run was unearned.
Merrimack’s Aidan Ponder and Dylan Brander each had two hits and drove in a run.
Weare 11, Upper Valley 1
Gunner Hagstrom limited Upper Valley to one run in five innings and struck out eight to help Weare improve its record to 4-1.
Hagstrom also had a hit, scored twice, stole three bases and had an RBI. Trevor Anibal went 3-for-3 with two RBIs and two stolen bases, and Carter Pike and Jeff Wagner each finished with two RBIs.
Souhegan 9, Nashua Chiefs 3
Dylan Dufour tossed five scoreless innings as Souhegan picked up its first win by beating the Nashua Chiefs in a non-league game played in Nashua.
Dufour allowed two hits, walked one and struck out seven. Souhegan also received some effective relief pitching from Joe Gutierrez.
Bobby Henline had three hits to lead the Souhegan offense. Brandon Dufour, Dylan Dufour, Sean Brennan and Brady Mason each had an RBI double for Souhegan.
Salem 12, Merrimack 9
Jack Daly belted a home run to highlight Salem’s JV victory.
Ryan Mainey and Andrew Coolidge each had two of Merrimack’s 10 hits. Coolidge and Brady Delibac each had two RBIs in the loss.
Weare 22, Kanc Crushers 5
Anthony DeTone collected two hits and pitched four strong innings in Weare’s victory. Jason Crean tossed two innings of relief.