- The State of Baseball: Week 2
- Peak Performers: 4.20.21
- Peak Performers: 6.19.21
- NH man causes Maine games to be cancelled
- 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
NEIBL: Anibal dominates Merrimack
- Updated: July 31, 2020
Trevor Anibal tossed a five-inning no-hitter as Weare (13-4) posted a 15-0 victory in an NEIBL varsity game played Thursday night. He struck out 10, and also went 2-for-2 with a stolen base.
Brady Philibote (3-for-4, 3 runs), Cam Bergeron (2-for-3, home run), Jeff Wagner (3-run home run), Austin Hazzard (3-for-4, 2 RBIs, 2 runs), Carter Pike (3-for-4, 2 RBIs), Alex Moore (2-for-4, 3 RBIs), and Brett Patnode (RBI, 2b, stolen base) provided the other offensive highlights.
Oyster River 5, Salem 4
Myles Carrico and Andy Carlson each had two hits and two RBIs to highlight Oyster River’s victory.
Carlson also tossed a complete game. He allowed two earned runs on seven hits, struck out two and walked four.
Salem led 2-0, but Oyster River took the lead for good by scoring four times in the fourth. Cody Sicard had two hits for Salem.
Portsmouth 11, Hollis/Brookline 1
Cam Fregeau threw a six-inning complete game and surrendered five hits, one walk and an unearned run in a game shortened by the 10-run rule.
Fregeau threw 76 pitches and struck out five to improve his record to 3-0 this summer. Mike Hebert collected three of Portsmouth’s 10 hits. Oscar Lalime had two hits and two RBIs, and Justin Blumenthal also drove in two.
Souhegan 12, Upper Valley 6
The Sabers collected 13 hits in a rain-shortened contest. Sean Brennan had the key blow, a bases-loaded double in the second inning.
Brady Mason had three RBIs for Souhegan. Jimmy Reel, Troy Brennan and Bobby Henline scored nine of Souhegan’s 12 runs.
Souhegan (4-12) will wrap up the regular season with a doubleheader at Keene on Saturday.
Londonderry 8/0, Keene 0/1
Nolan Lincoln pitched a two-hitter to lead Londonderry to first in the first of two five-inning games.
Alex Cafaro was the tough-luck loser in Game 2.