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Anibal pitches Weare to victory
- Updated: July 18, 2020
Trevor Anibal struck out 14 in a complete-game performance to lead Weare to a 3-0 victory over Durham on Saturday in the NEIBL’s varsity division.
Anibal allowed four hits. He also went 1-for-3 with a double and an RBI. Gunnar Hagstrom went 3-for-3 with a double and a stolen base. Brady Philibotte and Alex Moore also had base hits.
Weare 6, Durham 2
Brett Patnode limited Durham to one run on two hits through the first five innings in Game 2 of Saturday’s doubleheader. He finished with seven strikeouts and walked four.
Brian Berthiaum tossed two innings of relief. He allowed a run on two hits and struck out three.
Philibotte led the offense by going 2-for-3 with a double, a stolen base and a run scored. Cam Bergeron, Carter Pike and Hagstrom each collected hits in the win. Bergeron drove in two, and Hagstrom scored twice.
Portsmouth 11, Upper Valley 1
Damon Chase pitched a complete game two-hitter and Oscar Lalime (three RBIs) Cam Fregeau and Mike Hebert had two hits apiece for Portsmouth, which prevailed in a game shortened by the 10-run rule.
Ryan Minckler, Carmen Zingariello and Ethan Avery each had two RBIs for Portsmouth, which scored 10 runs in the first inning.
Portsmouth 9, Upper Valley 0
Lalime threw a no-hitter without walking a batter and came within one hit batsman of a perfect game. He threw 67 of his 88 pitches for strikes. Lalime, Matt Minckler and Ryan Minckler each had two hits and two RBIs for Portsmouth, which took control with a seven-run seventh inning.
Londonderry 6, Merrimack 0
Merrimack was limited to three hits and was shut out in the first game of a doubleheader. Dylan Brander collected one of those hit and also tossed six innings on the mound. He allowed three earned runs and struck out five. Mike Grover and Aidan Ponder had Merrimack’s other hits.
Londonderry 15, Merrimack 0
Londonderry pitching dominated Game 2 as Merrimack was held to three hits (Evan Roy, Ryan Williams and Brander). Londonderry ha16 hits in the win.
Keene 10, St. Thomas 0
Wyatt Carey tossed complete game to help Keene blank St. Thomas in the first game of a doubleheader. He threw 72 pitches.
Keene’s Casey Jordan went 2-for-4 with a two-run home run in the thrid and a double in the fifth. Keene had 11 hits in the game. Jordan, Kristian Hutchins and Hunter Paquette each collected multiple hits.
Keene 4, St. Thomas 3
Aaron Kent hit a home run and Noah Timmer turned in a strong pitching performance to help Keene earn the doubleheader sweep.
Timmer surrendered one run on one hit in 5.2 innings. He struck out six.
St. Thomas made things interesting by scoring a run in the sixth and two in the seventh.
Kent, Timmer, Hutchings, Logan Thatcher and Eli Frazer each had a hit in the victory.
Salem 15, Nashua Chiefs 5
Cody Sicard had three hits and drove in five to help Salem win this non-league game.
Noah Poulin, Trevor DeMinico, Donovan Kelley and Thomas Dion each had two hits. David Screnci struck out three in three innings to earn the win.
NEIBL Junior Varsity
STA #1 11, Merrimack 0
Owen Tahnk pitched a no-hitter to lead St. Thomas #1 to victory in the first game of a JV doubleheader.
JJ Crespo and Ryan Morgado each homered in the win.
STA #1 13, Merrimack 0
Danny Cammarota tossed a no-hitter and also hit a home run in Game 2 of the doubleheader. Crespo also hit his second home run of the day during the victory.
Nashua 8, Stratham 7 (9 innings)
Nashua scored a run in the bottom of the ninth to defeat Stratham at Bishop Guertin High School.
Nashua received three hits from Isaiah Hedquist. Ryan Bourgeois homered for Nashua.
Stratham, which led 7-4 after five innings, received a two-run home run from Tyler Leedberg, two RBIs from Jason Yeaton and two RBIs from Matt Hudlin.