Peak Performers: 4.12.21
- Updated: April 13, 2021
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Thank you to the coaches who submitted player information …
Riley Beaulieu (Pinkerton)
• Beaulieu went 2 for 3 with two RBIs to help Pinkerton open its season with a 3-1 victory over Alvirne.
Nolan Colby (Souhegan)
• Colby, a freshman shortstop, collected two hits, inlcluding a triple, in his first varsity start as Souhegan topped Campbell 13-1.
Liam Doyle (Pinkerton)
• Doyle pitched five innings and struck out 11 in the 3-1 win against Alvirne. He surrendered three hits and one earned run.
Brandon Fish (Londonderry)
• Fish collected two hits, stole two bases and scored once to lead the Londonderry offense during its season-opening 7-2 trimph over Bishop Guertin.
Zach Fletcher (Bedford)
• Fletcher was the tough-luck losing pitcher in Bedford’s 6-1 loss to Concord. He didn’t allow an earned run and struck out six in 5.2 innings on the mound.
Ryan Gomez (Salem)
• Gomez, ambidextrous pitcher, tossed a complete game, struck out 13 and limited Spaulding to two hits in Salem’s 4-0 win.
Ryan Kastle (Concord)
• Kastle went 3 for 4 with two RBIs and scored twice in Concord’s 6-1 victory over Bedford. He also pitched an inning of relief.
Owen MacDonnell (Londonderry)
• MacDonnell was the winning pitcher in Londonderry’s 7-2 triumph over Bishop Guertin. He allowed two hits in six innings and struck out 10.
Ryan Philbrick (Concord)
• Philbrick had three hits and two RBIs to help Concord open the Division I season by beating Bedford.
Tom Rioux (Pinkerton)
• Rioux pitched a scoreless inning and struck out two to earn the save in Pinkerton’s victory over Alvirne. He also had a hit, an RBI and scored a run.
Jonah Wachter (Concord)
• Wachter allowed one hit in six innings during a 6-1 triumph over Bedford. He struck out 12 and walked three. Wachter also had a hit, and RBI and scored twice.
Nick Wilson (Souhegan)
• Wilson tossed four no-hit innings to help Souhegan defeat Campbell 13-1. He struck out seven and walked one.
Shea Zina (Mascenic)
• Zina opened the season by tossing a no-hitter to help Mascenic defeat Hinsdale, 2-0. He struck out 19.
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