Sunday, September 29, 2013

Four games, four wins

Bobcats pitchers Austin Hazzard, Zach Smith and Jaxen Dupuis were nearly unhittable against Cannons Orange, highlighting a big day for the organization on Saturday. Billy McKinney, Connor Abood, Cody Boucher, Sebastian Moceri and Jack McLean powered the offense in a 5-3 and 8-5 sweep at Sanel Park. The overall defensive effort was solid as the Bobcats (6-2) won their sixth consecutive game.

In the Middle School Division, Foster Stacey and Manny Salazar had key hits to spark the Bobcats in a 9-4 victory against Cannons Green at Winnisquam High School. In the second game, Cody Pfeifer set the tone with a dominant pitching performance en route to an 11-1 victory. The Bobcats improved to 6-1-1 in the fall season.

Tuesday, September 24, 2013

Incredible Comebacks

Trailing by 10 runs, the Bobcats rallied to defeat Youngsville, 17-11, in the opener of a Middle School Division doubleheader on Saturday. Dylan Walsh picked up the win in relief. Later that day, the Bobcats salvaged a 6-6 tie in a game that was ended by darkness. In the 12U Division, the Jr. Bobcats erased a five-run deficit and rallied for a 6-5 walk-off win. Liam Kelly homered, and Jack McLean pitched brilliantly in relief as the Jr. Bobcats won their fourth straight game.

Coach Hunter Judd and the Bobcats are off to a 4-1-1 start
 in the Middle School Division. 

Monday, September 16, 2013

Weekend highlights

Cody Morissette launched a two-run homer in the eighth inning, and Brody Dupuis added a run-scoring single to score Michael Montembeault as Bobcats Red rallied to defeat the Winnisquam varsity, 6-5, on Sunday morning. Bobcats Red (3-1), Winnisquam (3-1) and Bobcats Blue (3-1) are tied for first-place in the Fall High School League standings.

In the Middle School Division, Richie Marique and Manny Salazar were the winning pitchers as the Bobcats swept the Bow Falcons, 11-1 and 14-4. Noah Therrien continued to crush the ball, leading the offense for the second consecutive week. Luke Brown provided a sparkling relief appearance as the team improved to 3-1. 

Noah Therrien, Manny Salazar and Richie Marique all had outstanding 

games in a doubleheader sweep against the Bow Falcons on Saturday.


In the 10-12U Division, Justin Pelham and Austin Hazzard set the tone with dominant performances on the mound, and the Bobcats swept the Cannons Green in a doubleheader at Sanel Park in Concord. Liam Kelly, Jaxen Dupuis and Connor Abood all had big hits in a three-run first inning rally for the Bobcats. 

Sunday, September 8, 2013

A day for the record book

On Sept. 8, 2013, the Bobcats opened the fall high school season with some dazzling performances, including: 

  • A grand slam and two-run homer by Jordan Bussiere, who was also the winning pitcher as Bobcats Red beat the Cannons Orange, 8-7.
  • A perfect game (five innings) pitched by Jason Thomas as Bobcats Blue silenced Pittsfield, 10-0. Thomas had eight strikeouts.
  • A 5-for-6 performance by Colby St. Pierre in a doubleheader sweep against Pittsfield.
  • Back-to-back homers on consecutive pitches by Brody Dupuis and Ben Palmer against the Cannons.
  • Mike Montembeault played five positions and broke open a 14-7 win with a bases-loaded single.
Jordan Bussiere tattooed these baseballs for two homers and six RBIs.

Wednesday, September 4, 2013

Two words: Fall Baseball

Looking forward to the weekend! The fall season is all about extra games, more repetitions and having lots of fun at the diamond. We are excited to play in the new Cannons Fall League, which features 10 teams in the High School Division, eight teams in the Middle School Division and nine teams in the 10-12U Division. The season continues through October with playoffs beginning Oct. 26. We realize the fall is a busy season and the boys are playing soccer, football and hopefully buckling down on their homework. Practices are optional. For games, however, please let us know ahead of time if you have another commitment and won't be playing that day. See you at the field, and, remember: "Be an athlete!"