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Peak Performers: 4.19.19
- Updated: April 20, 2019
NEW HAMPSHIRE HARDBALL
Thank you to the coaches who submitted player information …
Sam Corbett (Souhegan)
• Corbett had two hits, walked three times, stole four bases and drove in three runs to help Souhegan defeat Kennett 6-5.
Jack Goodwin (Merrimack)
• Goodwin, a junior, had two hits (a double and a triple), drove in three runs on scored once in Merrimack’s 8-4 victory against Memorial. Both of his hits came in the same inning.
• Grassett held Kennett to two earned runs on four hits in six innings of Sohegan’s 6-5 triumph. He struck out five and walked three. Grassett also came up with a two-run single.
• Hazzard, a sophomore, tossed four scoreless innings in his first varsity start to help John Stark defeat Kingswood 13-6. He allowed three hits, struck out five and didn’t walk a batter.
Kyle Hill (Concord)
• Hill collected two hits in three at-bats to help Concord defeat Nashua South, 2-1.
Richie Marique (Pinkerton)
• Marique pitched all seven innings and didn’t allow an earned run in Pinkerton’s 1-0 loss to South Portland, Maine. He limited South Portland to five hits, struck out eight and didn’t walk a batter.
Zach Miles (Concord)
• Miles, a senior pitcher/shortstop, went 2 for 3 with a solo home run in Concord’s one-run victory over Nashua South. He earned the save by recording the final two out on the mound, one by strikeout.
Keegan Mills (Campbell)
• Mills didn’t allow a hit in 6.2 innings on the mound in Campbell’s 1-0 triumph over Laconia. He struck out 12.
Cody Pfeifer (Merrimack)
• Pfeifer held Manchester Memorial to three earned runs in five innings to help Merrimack collect an 8-4 victory — its first victory of the season.
Rian Queen (John Stark)
• Queen went 3 for 3, drove in three runs and scored three times in John Stark’s 13-6 victory over Kingswood.
Aaron Robertson (John Stark)
• Robertson had three hits and scored twice in John Stark’s victory over Kingswood.
Eric Sullivan (Concord)
• Sullivan pitched 6.1 innings to earn the win in Concord’s 2-1 win over Nashua South. He didn’t allow an earned run, surrendered four hits, struck out three and walked one. Sullivan also went 1 for 3 and scored a run.
Connor Sweeney (Campbell)
• Sweeney recorded the game’s final out to earn the save and preserve a no-hitter in Campbell’s 1-0 triumph over Laconia.
Caleb Yianakopolos (Hopkinton)
• Yianakopolos collected three hits (double and two singles), walked once, stole two bases and scored four runs in Hopkinton’s 14-0 victory over Mascoma Valley (5 innings). He was also one of four Hopkinton pitched who limited Mascoma to one hit.
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