New Hampshire Hardball

Peak Performers: 4.28.21


Nominations for Peak Performers should be submitted the day of the game via email: The information must be provided by a member of that team’s coaching staff. Peak Performers is sponsored by MG Sports. Contact MG Sports owner Michael Garczynski at for your fundraising needs.

Thank you to the coaches who submitted player information …

Parker Coleman (Kennett)
Coleman, a senior outfielder, was 2 for 2 with a home run, two walks, four runs scored, two RBIs and three stolen bases to help Kennett post a 9-4 victory against Plymouth. Coleman has a team-high .636 batting average with two doubles, a home run and nine stolen bases this season.

Liam Conley (Keene)
Conley went 3 for 3 with an RBI, a run scored and a stolen base in Keene’s 7-1 win against Manchester Memorial. He also reached base when he was hit by a pitch.

TJ Crowley (Bedford)
Crowley went 4 for 4 with a triple, double and two singles, and drove in three runs during Beford’s victory over Manchester Central. He also pitched six innings, limiting the Little Green to one run on two hits. He struck out six.

Brandon Fish (Londonderry)
Fish returned from injury to go 1 for 3 with a double and two RBIs in Londonderry’s 5-2 victory over Concord. He also scored once.

Peter Haas (Keene)
Haas limited Manchester Memorial to three hits and one earned run in six innings of Keene’s 7-1 victory. Haas struck out seven and walked three.

Max Lukeman (Pinkerton)
Lukeman tossed five innings of relief to earn the win in Pinkerton’s 7-3 triumph over Merrimack. He surrendered two hits, one earned run, struck out two and didn’t walk a batter.

Sam Malgeri (Exeter)
Malgeri, who was in the lineup as a designated hitter, collected three hits and four RBIs in Exeter’s 10-7 win against Salem.

Jack Marshall (Londonderry)
Marshall went 2 for 4 with a stolen base and scored twice in Londonderry’s victory over Concord.

Kevin McDonough (Concord)
McDonough drove in both runs during Concord’s 5-2 loss to Londonderry. He had an RBI single and a sacrifice fly.

Aiden Meaney (Bishop Guertin)
Meaney pitched a complete game to help BG defeat Nashua South, 2-1. Meaney held South to two his and struck out four.

Jake Mitchell (Bishop Guertin)
Mitchell went 3 for 4 with each of BG’s two RBIs in a 2-1 triumph over Nashua South.

Zach Mooers (Keene)
Mooers was the offensive catalyst for Keene in its victory over Manchester Memorial. He had two hits, including a three-run home run, and scored twice.

Alex Moore (John Stark)
Moore collected the win for tossing four innings of scoreless relief in John Stark’s 4-3 victory over St. Thomas. He allowed one hit, struck out four and also had an RBI.

Tom Rioux (Pinkerton)
Rioux limited Merrimack to one hit and two unearned runs in six innings of Pinkerton’s 7-3 win. He struck out six, but didn’t factor in the decision.

Jared Schmitt (Keene)
Schmitt was 2 for 4 with two RBIs and scored a run to help Keene remain unbeaten with a 7-1 victory over Manchester Memorial.

Zach Smith (Londonderry)
Smith allowed two runs on five hits in six innings to help Londonderry defeat Concord, 5-2. He struck out eight and walked two.

Jarad Willette (Concord)
Willette allowed five runs on four hits in 6.1 innings of Londonderry’s 5-2 victory over Concord, a game that was 2-2 entering the seventh. He struck out four. Willette also doubled and scored a run.

Cole Yennaco (Pinkerton)
Yennaco went 3 for 5 with three RBIs in Pinkerton’s 7-3 victory over Merrimack. His hits included a two-run single in the top of the 11th to give the Astros the lead. He scored twice and walked once.


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