Greater Nashua Senior Softball results
Art’s 14, Pine Street 1
Art’s settled this contest quickly by pasting 10 runs on the scoreboard in two innings.
In the first, Ron Monteiro doubled with the bases loaded and Ed Peterson (4 for 4) drove in two more. In the second, Al Ross and Bill Ohm set the table and Bob Lamontagne, Gary Boyle and Bob Beaver (4 for 4) followed with big base hits. Pine Street’s Fred Mapplebeck had two hits.
Dr. Dionne 12, M&N 7
Mark Lara (3 for 3) and Bob Royce singled for M&N in the three-run first. Dr. Dionne’s answered with five, highlighted by doubles by Jeff Fuller and Ken Rousseau. In the top of the fifth, Dan Birck (3 for 3) doubled in a run and scored on Mark Lara’s single to tie the score at 7-7. Dr. D put the game back on cruise control in the bottom of the fifth. Bob Napolitano and Steve Malloy each drove in two with hits.
Birck, Lara, Mike Yeoman, Fuller and Bob Napolitano all had three hits.
Visionworks 12, IMEC 5
Visionworks scored a pair of fives in the first and second. IMEC’s Jeff Fuller (3 for 3) belted two long homers to right field. IMEC was held to 12 hits. Visionworks had 24 hits and Gary Johnson, Larry Kittle, Bill Simmons, Rick Tessier and Mark Lara had three each.
Calvary 7, Newburgh 5
In the fourth Calvary scored five runs when John Peterman tripled in two and Gary Boyle doubled. In the top of the seventh, Leo Melanson doubled and scored. Newburgh rallied in the bottom of the seventh as the first 3 batters all singled. Paul Valdanbrini delivered a big single to drive in a run and reload the bases with one out.Ted Theos and Peterman were 3 for 3.
M&N 17, Pine Street 9
Mark Lara (4 for 4) doubled in 2 runs and scored on Frank Sommer’s (4 for 4, BB) single. With the score 9-6, Pine Street rallied for 3 runs when Fred Mapplebeck, Dan Walsh and Jeff Porter singled and scored on Captain Gary Royal’s triple. In the top of the 7th, M&N had seven consecutive singles and scored six runs.
Sommer and Lara had four hits.
Joks 13, Arts 10
In the first Joks scored 4 highlighted by Ron Lewis’s (2 for 2, BB) and Paul Valdanbrini’s (3 for 3) singles. Arts stormed back and took the lead with five runs on eight hits, highlighted by doubles from Dan Birck and Bob Beaver (4 for 4). Gary Johnson and Beaver had four hits. Bob Peter, Paul Valdanbrini, John Remillard had three hits.
Calvary 13, Global 9
Gary Boyle had two big hits and Steve Malloy had another early as Calvary built a 7-3 lead and never looked back.
Surprise spot Starter Mitch Milewski pitched a fantastic game, fielding four hot shots heading at him like guided missiles. He also delivered a key double. Joe Lamy’s double highlighted a three-run Newburgh first. Visionworks roared back scoring five runs highlighted by big singles by Steve Malloy and Bill Simmons. Malloy was 4 for 4.
IMEC 13, Visionworks 12
Wayne Hanson was the hero today as his bleeder up the middle couldn’t be fielded and the winning run scored. IMEC scored five in the first inning when Steve Coco (3 for 4) and Tom Anderson (2 for 4) had big two-out hits. Visionworks scored five of its own in the third when Andy Cohen (2 for 4) lashed a bases-loaded single. In the Visionworks fourth, Jeff Fuller’s slicing double down the right field line with the bases loaded highlighted a four-run inning. Bob Peter belted a double in the bottom of the fifth to key a three-run inning. In the seventh, Steve Coco’s single tied it up.
Dr. Dionne 7, M&N 2
Jeff Fuller was the star,
banging three doubles. Frank Willey was the pitching star. M&N scored two in the top of the first when Dan Birck singled and Mike Lara had a sacrifice fly. Dr. D scored five runs in the third when Jeff Fuller doubled, and Gary Atkinson (3 for 3) and John Walter singled. In the fifth, Fuller doubled in Dick GIllespie for an insurance run.
Calvary 12, Newburgh 8
John Peterman (3 for 4) and Gary Boyle (4 for 4) singled to highlight a three-run first for Calvary. Newburgh replied with four of its own as John Chase homered and Don Clark tripled. Paul Archer and John Peterman doubled to make it 10-6 and put it away. Butch Dunham went 4 for 4. Bob Lavoie locked down the win.
Art’s 14, Pine Street 1
John Remillard and Captain Jerry Ferullo doubled to highlight a five-run third inning. John Chase (4 for 4) had a bases-loaded single in the fourth. Ron Monteiro’s opposite field single drove in two runs in the fifth.
Chase and Ed Peterson were 4 for 4.
IMEC 7, Pine Street 6
IMEC rallied for three in the seventh to win it. Charlie Mooradian, and Steve Coco singled. To everyone’s surprise, Tom Anderson beat out and infield hit to load the bases.
Wayne Hanson singledto reload the bases. Then Perry Delisle dropped a bleeder just over shortstop to end it.
Art’s 14, Calvary 12
Butch Durham’s double helped stake Art’s to an early lead. In the third, the Saints roared back for five to tie it at 6-6. Art’s put up five in the fifth when Ed Peterson and Ron Lewis had big hits and Larry Kittle had a big two-out single to make the score 11-9.
Art’s added three more in the sixth when Jerry Ferullo and Ron Monteiro had big hits.
Joks 9, Global 8
Butch Dunham and Joe Kowalik had three hits for the winners, who found a way to hang on when the Global bats went silent late.
M&N 14, Newburgh 5
In the first, John Poulos and Rod Robbucio singled to drive in runs. In the second, George Mosnicka doubled in a run and scored. In the third, Peter Olson doubled in a run and scored. In the fourth, Jeff Fuller walloped a three-run homer.
In the sixth, Dan Birck drove in two runs with a stinging single. Newburgh scored three in its fourth when Steve Malloy and Armando Cortez singled.
Hitting stars were George Abood, Jeff Porter, Jeff Fuller and Dan Birck with three each.