June 29, 2022


Santa Maria History

Somerset Berkley, Westport baseball advance; Case wins big

SOMERSET — It is really on to the next spherical for the Somerset Berkley baseball workforce.

The 29th seeded Raiders took treatment of business enterprise on Saturday, obtaining the best of 36th seed Northampton, 9-2, in a Division II preliminary activity at Somerset Berkley Regional Higher School.

SBR (14-7) heads to the Round of 32 and will face fourth seed North Attleboro on the street Monday at 4 p.m.

Benjamin Oliveira went 5.2 innings for the acquire for the Raiders, making it possible for just two hits, two runs, walked five and fanned 12 batters. He also had 3 hits at the plate, like a pair of doubles and 4 RBI.

Somerset Berkley’s Benjamin Oliveira provides a pitch a activity towards Middleboro.

Jonathan Lynch threw one particular and a single-3rd innings in aid out of the bullpen.

Dean Gobeil also drove in a run in the victory. SBR did not commit a solitary error in the industry. Tyler Costa had 13 prospects in the field — the most on the crew.

Westport 2, Smith Academy 1

The 32nd Wildcats received a limited one particular at home late from 33rd seed Smith Academy.

Shawn Lavoie enhanced to 4- just after pitching 2.2 innings of reduction for Westport (11-8). He permitted no hits, two walks and fanned 4 batters.

Starter Cameron Leary pitched 4.1 innings, yielding a hit, an unearned, walked five and fanned 8 batters. He was also 1-for-2 with a run scored and two stolen bases.

Westport’s Luke Finglas rounds second base against Diman.

Westport’s Luke Finglas rounds second foundation in opposition to Diman.

Other major hitters include Connor James (triple, RBI), Luke Finglas (two hits, RBI), Owen Boudria (double), and Ben Boudria (hit, stroll).

Down 1- heading into the bottom of the sixth, Leary walked and stole 2nd. James tripled him in to tie the match. Finglas then grounded out to shortstop scoring James to get the 2-1 direct.

The Wildcats deal with top-seed Hopedale on Monday at 4 p.m.


Joseph Case 19, Quabbin 2

The fourth-seeded Cardinals opened the postseason with a mercy-rule victory over 29th seed Quabbin in a Division IV Spherical of 32 contest.

Olivia Silva and Emera Marcello led the offense for Situation (16-5) with 3 hits each and every. Brooke Orton and Abby Sirois every contributed a pair of hits.

Case’s Olivia Silva looks to the bench for signals during Wednesday’s game against Somerset Berkley.

Case’s Olivia Silva seems to be to the bench for alerts during Wednesday’s game against Somerset Berkley.

Hailey Berube went the distance, putting out 8 and scattering just 4 hits.

The Cardinals will host either Monomoy Regional or Blackstone-Millville in the Sweet 16 on Tuesday.


Durfee 4, Haverhill  1

The 31st seeded Hilltoppers won their very first playoff match in almost two many years immediately after getting four of 5 sets from 34th seed Haverhill at property in the Division I preliminary match.

Chris Panchley (6-3, 6-2) and Will Rumsey (6-3, 3- retired) every gained their singles match for Durfee (15-4 6-2 in SEC).

Panchley Chris

Panchley Chris

Jack Fitzgerald and Chrispin Sokol gained in straight sets at first doubles, 6-4, 6-2 while Jesse Tamba and Colin Fleet gained their match at next doubles, 6-4, 6-2.

“Excellent staff gain, initial tourney win in a extended time for Durfee,” Hilltopper head coach Eric Gomes reported.

Durfee will facial area No. 2 seed Lexington on Monday at 4 p.m.

Higher college final results from Saturday, June 4


Division I preliminary

Durfee 9, Lynn Classical 2

Division II preliminary

Somerset Berkley 9, Northampton 2

Division V preliminary

Westport 2, Smith Academy 1


Division IV Round of 32

Joseph Scenario 19, Quabbin 2


Division I preliminary

Durfee 4, Haverhill 1

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