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Hudson gets the best of Portsmouth
- Updated: July 17, 2020
After spotting Portsmouth three runs in the first and another in the fourth, Hudson scored 11 unanswered runs in the fifth and sixth innings to earn an 11-4 road win Thursday night in the NEIBL’s varsity division.
Cal Hewett had two hits for Portsmouth, including a tw0-run home run. Oscar Lalime also had two hits and Carmen Zingariello, Ryan Minckler, Zack Yeaton and Ethan Avery had a hit apiece.
Cam Fregeatu (4.1 IP), Andrew Bergeron (.2 IP) and Silas Witham (2 IP) pitched for Portsmouth.
Londonderry 7, Oyster River 1
A four-run sixth inning led Londonderry to a 7-1 triumph over Oyster River. Owen MacDonnell and Alex Cafaro each had an RBI in the inning.
McDonnell pitched five innings to earn the victory. He alowed one run on three hits and struck out nine. Nolan Lincoln tossed two innings of relief.
Cafaro collected two hits in the win.
Merrimack 6, Souhegan 4
Merrimack broke a 4-4 tie by scoring twice in the top of the seventh.
Keaton Miller led Merrimack’s offense with a double, triple, two runs scored, an RBI and a stolen base. Patrick Browning had a pair of hits and scored once. Merrimack also received a double and two stolen bases from Evan Roy, who drew three walks and scored once.
Ryan Williams pitched six innings to collect the win. Dylan Brander worked the seventh to earn the save.
Keene 4, Upper Valley 3
Aaron Kent limited Upper Valley to one run on three hits in six innings to help Keene (4-2) prevail. Kent struck out five. Cal Sault pitched the sevent to earn the save.
Hunter Paquette went 2-for-3 to lead the Keene offense. Eric Norman and Wyatt Carey also had hits in the victory.
Weare 7, St. Thomas 1
Alex Moore collected three hits and Gunnar Hagstrom and Carter Pike each finished with two hits to highlight Weare’s victory.
Moore’s hits included a double. He had an RBI and scored a run. Hagstrom had a stolen base, an RBI and scored a run, and Pike had a double and an RBI.
Austin Hazzard pitched three scoreless innings and held St. Thomas to one hit. Trevor Anibal tossed two scoreless innings. He didn’t allow a hit and struck out six.
NEIBL Junior Varsity
St. Thomas #1 15, Stratham 0
Jason Pinsonnault pitched five scoreless innings to help St. Thomas #1 breeze past Stratham in a junior varsity contest at Exeter High School.
Pinsonnault surrendered five hits and struck out four.
Matt Minckler and Devon Paquette each had two hits and scored three times. Elliot Miles hit a three-run home run in the sixth.
Jake Wiberg started on the mound for Stratham and allowed one run (unearned) in two innings. St. Thomas scored four runs in each of the final three innings.