Greater Nashua Senior Softball results

Newburgh 15, Global 6

In the first inning, the Bees’ Paul Valdanbrini’s double highlighted a five-run inning to set the tone. Hitting stars were Gerry Vye (two runs), Kip Ferguson, Cam Boyd and John Chase (three runs each), and Don Clark and Paul Valdanbrini with three hits apiece.

IMEC 17, M&N 2

This was IMEC’s game all the way. In the first inning, The hitting stars were all on IMEC: Perry Delisle had four hits, Mitch Milewski (three runs), Don Clark (three runs) and Rusty Schwarzenberg (three-run homer). Armando Cortez, Charlie Mooradian and Steve Coco had three hits apiece.

Visionworks 16, Art’s 11

In the first, Bill Simmons’ two-out single highlighted a four-run inning. Art’s roared back with five in the second and the race was on. A few batters had big days with four hits each – Dan Birck, Joe Martinoli, Mike Barnhart and Bill Simmons.

Calvary 16, Joks 9

Gerry Vye (three runs) was the hitting star, going 4 for 4. Honorable mention with three hits are Ron Lewis, Jeff Porter (three runs), Paul Archer, Robert Lavoie, John Chase and Gary Johnson

Pine Street 15,

Global 10

Pine Street jumped on Global for five runs on seven hits in the first inning with Charlie Howe and Steve Molloy delivering big singles. Global scored three in the top of the second keyed by Mike Hastings’ single to left.

Paul Berard’s bases-loaded single , clearing the bases, put Pine Street ahead for good.

Joks 14, Visionworks 13

Both teams combined for 48 hits. Don Clark and Greg Gougian each had four hits. Darryl McDuffee (triple, three runs), Mike Bahia (triple), Perry Delisle, Del Patton (two doubles) and Nick Fowler (double) all had three hits.

Newburgh 10, IMEC 7

Hitting stars were Perry Delisle with four hits and Joe Lamy (double), Charlie Mooradian and Ted Theos with three hits apiece.

Dr. Dionne 11, Art’s 8

Hitting stars included John Walter with four hits while Gerry Vye, Bert Guimond, Mike Yeomans had three hits. Bo Buczynski had three runs scored.

Pine Street 16,

Dr. Dionne 15

Among the 61 hits in this game, Larry Kittle (four doubles), Jeff Fuller (triple, double), Bob Napolitano and Jeff Porter (four runs) all went 5 for 5.

Nick Fowler had four hits and had nifty unassisted double play in the field.

Newburgh 13, Joks 10

In top of the seventh, Newburgh had six hits but scored only three runs when it was reckless on the base paths and had two runners erased. Paul Valdanbrini and Mike Doolan had big singles.

Joks had a chance to tie the score in the seventh with two runners on but the last batter popped out to end the game.

Art’s 12, M&N 6

Trailing 6-5 in the sixth, Art’s rallied for four runs. The bottom of Art’s lineup, Ed Peterson (4 for 4), Len Pace and Al Ross all delivered base hits to set up Thom Riley’s (4 for 4) huge base hit to make the score 9-6.

In the seventh, Art’s added three insurance runs when Bob Beaver, Don Clark and Ed Peterson all doubled.