Peak Performers: 5.13.21
- Updated: May 14, 2021
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Colin Burke (Souhegan)
• Burke was 3-for-4 with a home run, two doubles and five RBIs in Souhegan’s 14-5 triumph over Campbell.
Keegan Burke (Souhegan)
• Burke, a junior, made his first start of the season on the mound and pitched two scoreless innings with five strikeouts in Souhegan’s win against Campbell.
Bryce Charron (Hopkinton)
• Charron tossed 3 2/3 innings of relief to earn the win in Hopkinton’s 7-6 victory over Derryfield. He struck out five.
Brandon Dufour (Souhegan)
• Dufour, a sophomore, collected his first varsity hit — a three-run home run — and added an RBI single to help Souhegan defeat Campbell.
Dylan Dufour (Souhegan)
• Dufour struck out four and allowed one run on two hits in three innings of relief against Campbell. He entered the game with the bases loaded and no nobody out in the bottom of the fourth and ended Campbell’s rally.
Will Jacques (Souhegan)
• Jacques went 3-for-3, scored three runs, had an RBI and tossed a scoreless inning of relief to help Souhegan post a 14-5 victory over Campbell.
Ryan Juliano (Bedford)
• Juliano was 4-for-4 with a walk and scored three times in Bedford’s 11-1 triumph over Bishop Guertin.
Evan Kaplo (Bedford)
• Kaplo hit a two-run home run and pitched the final two innings of Bedford’s 11-1 triumph over Bishop Guertin. He surrendered one hit and struck out six.
Peyton Marshall (Hopkinton)
• Marshall had two hits and drove in the game-winning run in Hopkinton’s 7-6 victory over Derryfield.
Liam Novak (Nashua North)
• Novak, a senior first baseman, had three hits and a sacrifice fly and drove in three runs in North’s 11-1 victory over Londonderry.
Corey O’Day (Nashua North)
• O’Day pitched six innings to collect the win in North’s win over Londonderry. He retired the first 14 batters and limited the Lancers to three hits in six innings. O’Day also had three hits and drove in a run.
Coleman Philbrick (Portsmouth Christian)
• Philbrick went 2-for-3 (triple and a home run) with two walks and drove in seven runs to help PCA defeat Concord Christian, 24-4.
Nick Wilson (Souhegan)
• Wilson, a senior, hit a 377-foot triple and had a two-run single in Souhegan’s 14-5 win against Campbell.
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