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Katin pitches Triton past Newburyport

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Triton picked up its first victory over Newburyport in two seasons Saturday | a 3-2 victory at Lower Field.

Triton's Sam Ferrara scored from third base on a passed ball in the top of the seventh. That run proved to be the difference. Joe Katin earned the complete-game victory for the Vikings in the opener, allowing six hits and one earned run.

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Baseball, 04/14/08 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Masco going batty early in the season

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Cold weather is the bane of a hitter's existence in the spring, but Masconomet seems to have a found a way around it early in the season. Masconomet scored 17 runs against Everett in its opener, 12 against Gloucester in its next game, and it thumped Bishop Fenwick, 10-0, yesterday.

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Baseball, 04/14/08 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

North Andover edges Whittier

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Brian Meikle improved to 2-0 on the year, pitching his second straight gem for North Andover, which edged Whittier, 2-0. Billy Della Rocca had a pair of hits for the Knights. Dillon Ryan blasted a two-run homer for the Wildcats.

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Baseball, 04/12/08 » 3 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Haverhill loses first game to Swampscott

Haverhill High found the usual friendly terrain at Haverhill Stadium a bit bumpy, committing four costly errors in a 9-4 non-league loss to Swampscott.

"They put it in play, and we kicked it," said Hillies coach Chip Dunn. "They hit it pretty well, and we didn't do a good job of stopping it, catching it or throwing it. I don't think our guy pitched badly at all."

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Baseball, 04/12/08 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Bunker's two dingers down Gloucester

Evan Bunker bashed two homers in the sixth inning as the Chieftains (2-0) sent 12 men to the plate and scored nine times to blow the game wide open and top Gloucester 12-3.

Kyle Shepard fanned seven Fishermen in recording the win and also had two hits, two runs and an RBI to help his own cause. Pat Matvichuk drove in three runs to help Masco's hot bats, which have produced 29 runs in the first two games of the season.

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Baseball, 04/11/08 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Beverly still undefeated after stopping Wakefield

Junior Matt Lanza picked up his first varsity win with two innings of shutout relief and the Panthers broke a 4-4 tie in the fifth inning and dropped Wakefield 7-4.

Knocking in runs for undefeated Beverly (3-0) were Connor Walsh, Jack Leathersich, Sam Cohen and Chris Freni. Leathersich slammed the door from the hill in the final innig while Nick Tolanto turned in a solid start.

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Pisani strong as Fenwick gets first win

Anthony Pisani tossed seven strong innings and the Crusaders (1-2) got clutch hits to deliver coach Russ Steeves his first win as head coach, 3-1 over St. Peer Marian.

Tommy Moules knocked in a run in the fifth and Rich Dulkis drove in a pair in the sixth to spot the Crusaders a 3-0 lead. It was all the URI-bound Pisani (seven strikeouts, four hits) needed.

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Brooks gets winning run in 7th

Brooks Baseball and the Knights from BBN hooked up in what was a top notch high school baseball game. The two teams battled all afternoon as the pitching set the pace for what was a quick and clean baseball game. Michael Johnson was the stand out of the day as the junior left hander pitched a complete game to carry Brooks to victory.

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Brooks opens with win over Pingree

The Brooks Baseball Team opened the 2008 spring season with a solid 10-8 victory over a tough Pingree squad. Brooks was lead by junior hurler Michael Johnson who mixed a sharp breaking ball with his over powering fastball to strike out 10 and only allow 2 earned runs over 5 strong innings. Sophomore Jason Buco finished the job by striking out 5 over the last two frames. In the batters box the Brooks offense came out swinging to score 4 times in their first inning of the season.

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Central's Walsh tosses no-no

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Brendan Walsh delivered the game of his career, pitching a no-hitter to lead Central Catholic to a season-opening 17-0 drubbing of Amesbury.

"This is the first no-hitter for Central since Kevin Bateman in either 1986 or 1987," said Central head coach Marc Pelletier. "He was just in control from the first batter. He ran his fastball away and he was never really threatened."

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Baseball, 04/11/08 » 25 Comments & 0.0 Stars
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