Marblehead’s Brian Daly allowed only one hit yesterday afternoon against Swampscott and was somehow still out-dueled by the Big Blue’s Trevor Massey.
Massey scattered four hits and didn’t allow a run in a complete-game win. Swampscott improved to 2-5.
“Trevor needed to be almost perfect and he was,” Swampscott Jason Calichman said.
The Big Blue recorded their only hit in the sixth inning and it couldn’t have been any more timely. Ryan January was hit by a pitch, stole second and scored on a Corey Carmody single.
Brendan McDonald made a nice diving play at first base for the Big Blue.
Daly, who walked five and struck out five, had one of Marblehead’s four hits. Connor Green, John Cavolina and Brett Leblanc also had singles for the Magicians (2-4).Bishop Fenwick 8, St. Mary’s 7: Joe Levasseur picked up his third win of the season through five and a third innings of work, allowing five earned runs and struck out four. Gianni Esposito and Mike McKenzie sparked the Crusaders’ (6-1) offense in the third and fourth innings.
north Shore Tech 8, Northeast 3: Captain Bryan Jackson doubled and drove in a pair of runs, but North Shore (3-5) was done in by some timely hitting and big innings from Northeast. Junior Andrew Gallione got on base, walking three times, and scored two runs and freshman Mike Mitchell supplied three innings of no-hit relief work.
Beverly 7, Salem 0: Senior Alex Toomey spun a 1-hitter and struck out 10 as the Panthers (5-2) broke open the rivalry game late. Toomey walked one and carried a no-hitter into the fifth while Anthony DiOrio had two hits and an RBI. Kevin Cuneo and Matt Hamor also dorve in runs for Beverly. Senior Ben Kapnis threw six innings for Salem, which kept it 2-0 into the fifth.