Peak Performers: 5.19.21
- Updated: May 20, 2021
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Adan Ayala (Salem)
• Ayala collected three of Salem’s six hits and scored twice as the Blue Devils beat Timberlane 6-3 in 10 innings.
Kyan Bagshaw (Souhegan)
• Bagshaw tossed two innings of scoreless relief during Souhegan’s 6-1 triumph over Pelham. He didn’t allow a hit, walked two and struck out four. Bagshaw has allowed six hits, walked 12 and struck out 40 in 18.2 innings this season. He has a 0.375 ERA.
Keegan Burke (Souhegan)
• Burke had a three-run triple to break a 1-1 tie in Souhegan’s 6-1 victory over Pelham. He also reached base twice after being hit by a pitch.
Brandon Fish (Londonderry)
• Fish went 3-for-3 with a home run and two stolen bases to help Londonderry beat Alvirne, 5-1. He also turned in a strong defensive game at second base.
Zach Gleason (Timberlane)
• Gleason tossed four innings of scoreless relief in Timberlane’s 6-3 loss to Salem. He didn’t allow a baserunner and struck out eight.
Ryan Gomez (Salem)
• Gomez pitched the first eight innings in Salem’s 6-3 10-inning victory over Timberlane. He allowed three runs (two earned), six hits, walked four and struck out seven.
Peter Haas (Keene)
• Haas pitched a complete game to help Keene beat Bedford, 5-3. He limited the Bulldogs to three hits and two earned runs. Haas struck out five and allowed one hit over the final five innings.
Wil Jacques (Souhegan)
• Jacques was 2-for-3 with a two-run single in Souhegan’s win against Pelham. He also pitched a scoreless seventh inning and struck out three.
Evan Kaplo (Bedford)
• Kaplo didn’t allow a hit in four innings of relief during Bedford’s 5-3 loss to Keene. He struck out six.
Marcus Korenkiewicz (Winnisquam)
• Korenkiewicz, a junior, earned his first varsity victory by pitching a complete game in Winnisquam’s 4-1 triumph over Belmont. He allowed two hits and struck out four.
Westin Lippold (Windham)
• Lippold went 3-for-4 with two RBIs and two runs scored to help Windham defeat Exeter, 8-0.
Owen MacDonnell (Londonderry)
• MacDonnell pitched six innings and didn’t allow an earned run in Londonderry’s 5-1 triumph over Alvirne. He struck out 11 and gave up five hits.
Phil Nichols (Winnisquam)
• Nichols went 3-for-4 with two doubles to help Winnisquam defeat Belmont, 4-1. He also scored once and drove in a run.
Jonah Wachter (Concord)
• Wachter limited Manchester Central to two hits in six innings of Concord’s 4-3 win. He allowed one earned run, walked four and struck out 10.
Nater Wachter (Concord)
• Wachter collected two hits and scored a run to help Concord defeat Manchester Central, 4-3.
Keagan Parke (Windham)
• Park collected two hits, both doubles, and drove in two runs to help Windham defeat Exeter, 8-0.
Lukasz Rondeau (Windham)
• Rondeau pitched a complete game in Windham’s 8-0 victory over Exeter. He limited the Blue Hawks to five hits and struck out seven.
Jarrad Willette (Concord)
• Willette had two hits and scored once in Concord’s victory over Manchester Central.
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