Category: 2022 Baseball

B-R Sweeps New Bedford In Diamond Shutouts

It was all Bridgewater-Raynham against Southeast Conference rival New Bedford, as the Trojans posted shutout victories in both baseball and softball. The B-R baseball squad posted a 5-0 win, while the Lady Trojans won 8-0 in a match-up of squads that had yet to lose in league play.

B-R starter Mike Logiudice earned the win. He allowed just two hits over his five innings of work. Luke Barry went the rest of the way, posting four strikeouts. New Bedford pitcher Ben Frenette worked the first four innings, allowing one earned run, while striking out one. Aaron Pimental pitched the final three innings for the Whalers.

With the win, B-R improves to 8-2 overall and 2-1 in the SEC. New Bedford meanwhile, falls to 4-6 overall and 2-2 in conference play.

Lily Welch

In softball, B-R pitcher Lily Welch went the distance, fanning 11 Whaler batters, while giving up just three hits and walking no one. Offensively, Riain Keefe, Taylor Reid and Emma Talpey led the way. All had three hits on the day. Keefe had an RBI and scored three times. Reid had a pair of RBI and Julia Shearstone had a three-run triple.

With the win, the Lady Trojans even their overall record at 5-5 and improve to a conference leading 4-0 in the SEC. It was the first conference loss for New Bedford, as the Whalers now sit in second place at 2-1.

B-R Baseball Shuts Out Durfee

Behind a sterling complete game effort from Michael Logiudice, host Bridgewater-Raynham defeated Durfee, 5-0 in Southeast Conference baseball action. With the win, the Trojans improved to 7-2 overall and 1-1 in SEC play. The Hilltoppers fall to 4-4 overall and have yet to win in two conference outings.

In the route-going effort, Logiudice allowed four hits, while striking out one and walking one. His defense helped him out by turning four double plays in the game. Durfee starter, Ethan Cambra pitched well in defeat. It was a tough second inning though, as the Trojans plated all of their runs while collecting three hits in the frame.

Dartmouth Halts B-R’s Baseball Win Streak

The Dartmouth High baseball team displayed a potent offense in defeating Southeast Conference foe Bridgewater-Raynham, 10-8. With the win, The Indians improve to 6-0 overall and are now 2-0 in league play. The Trojans meanwhile, saw their four-game winning streak come to an end. B-R is now 5-2 on the season, with this being its SEC opener.

Dartmouth pounded out 13 hits in the game. Leading the way was Chase Lackie, who belted a three-run homer in the second inning. Chace Feno, who was 3-for-4 on the day, added a solo shot two innings later. Pitcher Matt Lariviere picked up the win, going six innings, while allowing six runs on eight hits. He struck out one and did not issue a walk.  Nolan DeAndrade paced the B-R attack. He went 2-for-4 with a homer and thre RBI. Colin Ronayne also had a fine day, collecting three hits.

Reis Homers Twice In Durfee Baseball Win

Durfee High third baseman, Sabastien Reis, paced the Durfee High offense, belting a pair of homers in the the Hilltoppers’ 10-4 road victory over Weymouth. With the win, Durfee halts a two-game losing streak and improves to 4-2 on the year.

Pitcher Josh Boria picked up the win for the Toppers. He threw 5 1/3 innings, allowing only two runs on three hits, while striking out six batters. Ryan Lopes and Jacob Cavaco both contributed with a pair of hits and two RBI for Durfee.

Durfee Baseball Falls To Taunton

The undefeated Taunton High baseball team made quick work of Durfee High, defeating the visiting Hilltoppers, 19-7 in a mercy-ruled shortened game. The Tigers improve to 6-0 on the year, while Durfee, after winning its first three contests of the season, falls to 3-2 overall.

Taunton dominated from the outset, scoring three runs in the first inning and then exploding for seven more in the second inning. The Tigers added sixth in the third and three more in the fourth to force the game’s shortening. Taunton unloaded for 18 hits overall, stole nine bases and batted around three times.

The Durfee offense had six hits on the day, led by Ryan Lopes with two. Sebastien Reis, Jeyden Espinal, Josh Martel and Ben Sherry collected the other Hilltopper knocks. The Toppers showed signs of life when they batted around in the third inning, scoring five times to trim the lead at the time to 10-5.

Durfee Baseball Suffers First Loss Of Season

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After opening the season with three straight wins, the Durfee High baseball team fell to host Apponequet Regional, 4-1. With the win, the Lakers are 4-1 on the year.

Durfee pitcher, Ethan Cambra had a solid outing for Durfee, allowing just one run on three hits while striking out four and walking three. Apponequet’s Nate Levesque was just as strong though, as he struck out seven batters, while allowing one run (unearned) and one walk through his five innings of work. Connor Johnson pitched two shutout innings in relief to pick up the win for the Lakers.

While Durfee was held to just three hits on the day, Apponequet spread the hits around. Johnson helped himself at the plate with two doubles and an RBI. Other offensive stars for the Lakers were Ian Nickerson with a pair of hits, Tanner Audyatis and Brody Joly, who each had a hit, while Justyn Machie knocked in two.

Dartmouth Comes Back To Pull Out Thriller Against New Bedford

Led by sophomore Lou Freitas, the Dartmouth High baseball came back against host New Bedford High to pull out an exciting 5-2 victory in Southeast Conference action at Walsh Field in New Bedford. With the win, Dartmouth improves to 2-1 overall, while the Whalers drop to 1-1. The contest was the league opener for both.

Freitas, who came on in relief, picked up the win by hurling 3 2/3 innings of no-hit ball, while striking out five and walking three. Freitas also contributed at the plate, as his base-loaded hit in the top of the seventh with the score tied, knocked in two runs. The Indians added another on an RBI single from Keegan Humason for its final margin of victory.

For the Whalers, it was a game of missed opportunities and a waste of an excellent pitching performance from starter Ben Frenette. The New Bedford hurler didn’t allow a hit until, the Indians’ seventh inning uprising, while striking out seven and walking two along the way.. Meanwhile, the Whalers squandered opportunities, twice loading the bases but failing to score.