- The State of Baseball: Week 2
- Peak Performers: 4.20.21
- Peak Performers: 6.19.21
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- Winnacunnet starts season at No. 1
- Team Previews: Lin-Wood
- The State of Baseball: Week 1
- NECBL releases 2021 schedule
- Peak Performers: 4.14.21
- Offense hasn’t been an issue for PSU
Peak Performers: 5.20.19
- Updated: May 21, 2019
Thank you to the coaches who submitted player information …
Nathan Isabelle (John Stark)
• Isabelle pitched a complete game in John Stark’s 9-2 victory over Souhegan. He allowed two runs (one earned), walked two and struck out 10.
Adrian Kennedy (Concord)
• Kennedy earned the win for pitching six innings in Concord’s 5-0 triumph over Merrimack. He allowed three hits, walked one and struck out three. Kennedy also had two hits, including an RBI triple, and scored once in the vicory.
Adrian Siravo (Gilford)
• Siravo tossed a no-hitter, walked one and struck out 10 in Gilford’s 7-0 triumph over Raymond. He also went 3 for 4 and scored three runs.
Marcus Soucia (Keene)
• Soucia had two hits, including a solo home run that tied the game in the bottom of the sixth inning, to help Keene beat Nashua North 5-3. He also scored three runs and tossed two scoreless innings of relief with two strikeouts.
Tim Stevens (Gilford)
• Stevens went 2 for 3 with two doubles and drove in two runs to help Gilford defeat Raymond 7-0.
Noah Timmer (Keene)
• Timmer went 2 for 4 with a two-run single in the bottom of the sixth that broke a 3-3 tie in Keene’s 5-3 victory over Nashua North. He also stole two bases.
Ryan Williams (Merrimack)
• Williams limited to Concord to two hits and allowed no runs while striking out three in five innings of relief in Merrimack’s 5-0 loss to Concord.
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