Gloucester 6, Swampscott 3: The Big Blue dropped to 0-4, but freshman righty Gavin Sullivan pitched well. He went six innings, giving up four earned runs and striking out four. Swampscott scored all three runs in the third on RBI singles from Jake Cooper and Mike Faia and an RBI fielder’s choice from Al Wallach.
Danvers 11, Winthrop 0: Danvers senior Brandon Hyde earned the win, surrendering two hits over six innings and striking out six. Corey Crossely, Dan Lynch and Ryan Heber each recorded their first hits of the season for the Falcons, who improved to 4-0.
Pioneer Charter School 13, Salem Academy 12: Sammy Benoit had two hits and drove in three runs but it wasn’t enough as Salem Academy dropped its opener. Aaron Fournier scored two runs and drove in a pair for Salem.
Bishop Fenwick 15, Matignon 2: Righty Rob Carrillo struck out a total of 10, including the last seven batters he faced, as Fenwick (2-3) made it two straight wins. Will Vigneron tripled, singled and scored two runs, Jake Borressi scored three times and Matt Tracy, Jordan Buonopane, Nick Perates and Brian Fitzpatrick each had the first hits of their varsity careers. Carrillo earned the win, giving up two runs and five hits in five innings pitched.
Peabody 12, Salem 3: Sophomore Bobby Tramondozzi went 2-for-4 with three RBI and pitched a perfect seventh to help the Tanners improve to 4-0. Junior Matt Moorer picked up his first varsity win, allowing three hits and no walks with four punchouts over four innings. Christian Morales went 2-for-4, scores two runs and stole two bases, Ryan Collins drove in three runs, David Hoar scored three times and Matt Correale and Mike Petrosino each swiped two bags.
Salem’s Chad Fontaine came up with a 2-run double in the fifth.
Waring 14, Boston Trinity Academy 7: Jacob Vanek had five goals and three assists and Johnny Sandri earned his second win in goal in as many starts for the unbeaten Mavs (2-0). Josh Gabbey scored three goals and Charlie Mitchell had two goals, one assist and controlled the midfield with a majority of ground balls controlled.