EagleTribune.com, North Andover, MA

June 20, 2013

Derry Legion's Gerossie, Cahill combine on no-hitter

The Eagle-Tribune

---- — Derry Legion beat Milford 6-2. Chris Gerossie (winning pitcher 7 innings, 8 strikeouts, 6 walks) and Riley Cahill (save, 2 innings, 3 strikeouts) combined for a no-hitter. Dan Morin went 3 for 4 with two runs and an RBI for Post 9, which improved to 2-0 in the district. Joey Murphy added two hits and two runs.


Salem Junior Legion beat Concord 10-0 in six innings. Brent Barrett fired a 1-hitter with eight strikeouts. The only hit came with one out in the sixth. Nick Shumski, Greg Marggraf and John Sapia all had multi-hit games.


Paul Mahoney tossed a three-hitter and George Gothier stroked a game-winning, two-out, two-run double in the sixth inning to lift Haverhill to a 4-1 win over Danvers. Mahoney struck out eight, walked none and yielded one unearned run in a complete-game effort. Nate Frongillo (3-4, run, RBI), Juanel Oriach (3-3, run) and Nick Comei (RBI double) sparked the offense for 3-1 Haverhill.

Collins, Knights roll

Girls varsity Hoops for Hope results:

North Andover 51, Peabody 40: NA — Megan Collins 18; P — Sarah Hosman 10

Billerica 47, Andover 35: B — Sarah Hayes 10; A — Colleen Caveney 14

Tyngsboro 37, Acton-Boxboro 30: T - Kendra Shaw 10; AB — Becca Shannon 12

Bishop Fenwick 37, Methuen 31: no stats provided

Cats’ Doucette honored

Whittier Tech Devan Doucette was inadvertantly left off the CAC All-Star baseball team. Doucette, The senior pitcher-outfielder was a mainstay in the club’s historic run to the state semifinals. He pitched a complete-game win in the first round tourney win over Arlington Catholic.

ULowell hires Hazelton

Ex-Central Catholic great Scott Hazelton was named an assistant coach for the UMass Lowell women’s basketball team, which is going Division 1 this winter. Hazelton guided the Bishop Guertin girls team to the Division 1 state finals before the Cardinals were upset by Bedford.

Hazelton was a McDonald’s All-American who played at UConn then URI, where he made third-team All-Atlantic 10. He’s been a successful AAU coach the last five years.