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Nashua Chiefs, Hollis split doubleheader

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Hollis Brookline 9, Nashua Chiefs 7

Hollis Brookline jumped out to an early lead, but Nashua battled back in the final two innings to make a game of it. At the plate, Jeremy Oulette was a perfect 4 for 4, while Mitch Coy was 1 for 3 with three RBIs. Coy also pitched relief, throwing three innings and striking out four. ...

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Hollis Brookline 9, Nashua Chiefs 7

Hollis Brookline jumped out to an early lead, but Nashua battled back in the final two innings to make a game of it. At the plate, Jeremy Oulette was a perfect 4 for 4, while Mitch Coy was 1 for 3 with three RBIs. Coy also pitched relief, throwing three innings and striking out four.

Nashua Chiefs 11, Hollis Brookline 1

In the second game of the doubleheader, Nashua performed much better, as five different Chiefs had multi hit games. Coy was 3 for 3 with two doubles and a pair of RBIs, while starting pitcher Jordan Marquis was 3 for 3. On the hill, Marquis pitched a complete game and struck out eight. Cam Streeter was a perfect 3 for 3 at the plate, while Jake Shaw was 2 for 3. Oulette was also flawless in the second game with a three for three performance. Hollis moves to 4-3 after the doubleheader, while Nashua improves to 3-4.