Most Victories

2010-19

2019: Sebastian Keane, No Andover, 11-1; 2018: Will Carpenter, Whittier, 7-0; Matt Michel, Whittier 7-1; Matt Poff, Pelham, 7-1; 2017: Brendan O’Shea, Methuen 7-1; 2016: Brendan Parisotto, No. Andover, 8-1; 2015: Evan Glew, No. Andover, 10-1; 2014: Chris Gerossie, Pinkerton 7-0; 2013: Andrew Wells, Whittier 11-1; 2012: Tyler Leavitt No. Andover 7-0; Jake Damphousse Timberlane 7-0; 2011: Brandon Walsh, No. Andover, 9-0; 2010: Yunior Vasquez Lawrence 8-1; Nick Poore Salem 8-2

2000-09

2009: Mike Weisman, No. Andover, 8-2; 2008: Sean Hayden, Haverhill, 8-0; John Lenane, Sanborn, 8-1; 2007: Matt Levine, Pelham, 8-2; 2006: Dan Godefroi, Andover, 8-0; 2005: Dan Godefroi Andover 7-1, Tom Sweeney Salem 7-1, Matt Levine Pelham 7-2, Mike Fantini Haverhill 7-3; 2004: Terry Doyle. Salem, 9-0; 2003: Radhyson Gutierrez, Gr. Lawrence, 9-1; 2002: Joe Johnson, Pelham, 9-1; 2001: Kyle Van Offeren, No. Andover, 7-1; Jon Babcock Pinkerton 7-2; 2000: Derek Miller, Pelham, 11-0

1994-99

1999: Mark Rocca Andover 9-0; 1998: Doug Johnson, Pelham, 9-1; 1997: Doug Johnson, Pelham, 8-0; Jason Caverley, Andover, 8-2; Joe Nadeau, Gr. Lawrence, 8-2; 1996: Mark Langone, Andover 9-0; John Caldwell, Pelham, 9-0; 1995: Mike Leighton, Pinkerton, 8-1; Jim Merrill, Timberlane, 8-2; 1994: Todd Murray, Andover, 11-1

Earned Run Average

2010-19

2019: Sebastian Keane, No. Andover 70.0 innings, 5 earned runs, 0.50 ERA; 2018: Sebastian Keane, NoAnd, 44-2-0.32; 2017: Brendan O’Shea, Methuen, 60-6-0.70; 2016: Jason Hughes, Timberlane, 56.2-4-0.49; 2015: Brandon Dufault, Windham, 46-7-1.09; 2014: Reid Bryant, Andover, 31.1-3-0.67; 2013: Connor Donahue, Pinkerton, 56.2-11-1.36; 2012: Corey McNamara, Pentucket, 37.2-6-1.11; 2011: Tom Palleschi, Phillips/Haverhill, 1.02; 2010: Nick Poore, Salem, 0.90

2000-09

2009: Tyler Baker, Whittier, 20-1-0.35; 2008: Eric Perrault, Salem, 52.2-4-0.53; 2007: Doug Schultz, Pinkerton, 24-1-0.29; 2006: Dan Godefroi, Andover, 52.1-3-0.40; 2005: Myke Fortier, Andover, 50.2-12-1.66; 2004: Terry Doyle, Salem, 62.2.-9-1.01; 2003: Steve D’Entremont, Whittier, 34.2-3-0.61; 2002: Jason Ferreira, Gr. Lawrence, 64.1-8-0.87; 2001: Bill Crane, Pelham, 18.1-0-0.00; 2000: Derek Miller, Pelham, 70-4-0.40

1994-99

1999: Doug Johnson, Pelham, 57-4-0.49; 1998: Derek Miller, Pelham, 28.2-0-0.00; 1998: Juan Flete, Gr. Lawrence, 15.1-0-0.00; 1997: Doug Johnson, Pelham, 47.1-6-0.89; 1996: Jason Lewis, Pelham, 0.61; 1995: Mike Leighton, Pinkerton, 0.95; 1994: Jay Yennaco, Pinkerton, 68-6-0.61

Strikeouts

2010-19

2019: Sebastian Keane, No. Andover 70.0 innings-128 strikeouts; 2018: Will Carpenter, Whittier, 61.1-94; 2017: Steve Hajjar, Central, 44.2-77; 2016: Jacob Wallace, Methuen, 53.2-77; 2015: Evan Glew No. Andover, 63.1-80; 2014: Oscar Reynoso, Gr. Lawrence, 61.1-91; 2013: Andrew Wells, Whittier 88-112; 2012: Brandon Walsh, No. Andover, 61.1-91; 2011: Mike Weisman, No. Andover, 64.2-95; 2010: Nick Poore, Salem, 62.2-90

2000-09

2009: John Farrell, Andover, 60.1-94; 2008: Eric Perrault, Salem, 52.2-84; 2007: Mike Hashem, No. Andover, 58.1-104; 2006: Tom Sweeney, Salem, 48.0-55; 2005: Dan Godefroi, Andover, 57.2-68; 2004: Terry Doyle, Salem, 62.2-88; 2003: Terry Doyle, Salem, 76-78; 2002: Nathan Jeanes, Methuen, 55.2-84; 2001: Nathan Jeanes, Methuen, 49-68; 2000: Derek Miller, Pelham, 70-126

1995-99

1999: Doug Johnson, Pelham, 57-102; 1998: Doug Johnson, Pelham, 55.2-87; 1997: Joe Nadeau, Gr. Lawrence, 79.2-91; 1996: Lenny Carter, Pinkerton, 56-87; 1995: Jay Yennaco, Pinkerton, 74-132

Strikeouts per inning

2010-19

2019: Sebastian Keane, No. Andover 128-70.0-1.83; 2018: Sebastian Keane, North Andover, 74-44.0-1.68; 2017: Steve Hajjar, Central, 77-44.2-1.72; 2016: Jacob Wallace, Methuen, 77-53.2-1.43; 2015: Daniel Amidon, Andover 67-40.0-1.68; 2014: Oscar Reynoso, Gr. Lawrence 91-61.1-1.48; 2013: Josh Yaratz, Sanborn, 84-56.2-1.48; 2012: Brandon Walsh, No. Andover, 91/61.1-1.48; 2011: Mike Weisman, No. Andover, 95/64.2-1.47; 2010: Nick Poore, Salem, 90/62.2-1.44

2000-09

2009: Yunior Vasquez, Lawrence, 81/48.2-1.68; 2008: Eric Perrault, Salem, 84/52.2-1.61; 2007: Mike Hashem, No. Andover, 104/58.1-1.78; 2006: Tom Sweeney, Salem, 55/48-1.15; 2005: Jeff Maloney, Haverhill, 67/55.2-1.20; 2004: Terry Doyle, Salem 88/62.2-1.40; 2003: Ryan Mooradian, Haverhill, 68/38.2-1.76; 2002: Nate Jeanes, Methuen, 84/55.2-1.51; 2001: Nate Jeanes, Methuen, 68/49.0-1.39; 2000: Derek Miller, Pelham, 126/70-1.80

1995-99

1999: Doug Johnson, Pelham, 102/57.0-1.79; 1998: Doug Johnson, Pelham, 87/55.2-1.56; 1997: Doug Johnson, Pelham, 63/47.1-1.33; 1996: ?????; 1995: Jay Yennaco, Pinkerton, 132/74.0-1.78

Miscellaneous Pitching stats

Prior to the mid-’90s, our records are very limited, but here are a few odds and ends from Eagle-Tribune All-Star team write-ups:

Jim Hanning, Andover ‘92: senior year: 14-0, 2 saves, 0.44 ERA, 131 Ks

Justin Hesenius, Andover ‘93: senior year: 8-0, 106 Ks, 67 innings

Jay Yennaco, Pinkerton ‘93: 8-1, 0.67 ERA, 102 Ks, 62.2 innings

Jay Yennaco, Pinkerton ‘92: 8-0

David Blank, Andover ‘91: senior year 9-1, 72 Ks, 54 innings

Jim Hanning, Andover ‘91: junior year 7-0, 0.95 ERA

Frank Riley, Methuen ‘79: last two years at MHS 22-1, sub-1.00 ERA

Batting Average

2010-19

2019: Josh O’Brien, Whittier, 26-51-.510; 2018: Dom Keegan, Central, 38-82-.463; 2017: Connor Jenkins, Pinkerton, 20-36-.556; 2016: Ben Curry, Pinkerton, 36-72-.500; 2015: Luke Hajdukiewicz Brooks/Andover 20-43-.465; 2014: Kevin Regan, Central, 29-59-.492; 2013: Marc Ayala, Gr. Lawrence, 34-74-.459; 2012: Trevor Bouvier, Salem, 15-30-.500; 2011: Edwin Brito, Lawrence, 37-74-.500; 2010: James Moran, Pelham 23-42-.548

2000-09

2009: Tim Wheeler, Central, 41-75-.547; 2008: Ryan Kemp, Central, 36-66-.545; 2007: Sam Conte, Phillips/Andover, 27-50-.540; 2006: Ruben Sosa, Gr. Lawrence, 23-40-.575; 2005: Jeff Dennis, Sanborn, 37-65-.569; 2004: Derrek Deranian, Pentucket, 33-69-.478; 2003: Joey Eugenio, Whittier, 35-69-.507; 2002: Mike Crane, Central, 36-79-.456; 2001: Tim Hirsch, Pelham, 27-47-.574; 2000: Francisco Morales, No. Andover, 43-87-.494

1994-99

1999: Paul Laviolette, Gr. Lawrence, 37-65-.569; 1998: Scott LaValley, Whittier, 39-68-.574; 1997: Luis Gomez, Lawrence, 29-52-.558; 1996: Steve Wilkins, Pelham, .500; 1995: Jay Yennaco Pinkerton, .500; 1994: Mike Maguire, Andover, 44-87-.506

Runs Scored

2010-19

2019: Sergio Aquino, Gr. Lawrence, 28; Jake McElroy, No. Andover, 28; Connor Jenkins, Pinkerton, 28; 2018: Dom Keegan, Central, 30; 2017: Joe Simourian, Phillips/Andover, 24; 2016: Brendan Parisotto, No. Andover, 27; 2015: Chris Murphy, Windham, 33; 2014: Ryan Frank, Pelham, 22; 2013: Marc Ayala, Gr. Lawrence, 35; 2012: Joe Lemenager, Salem, 25; 2011: Mike Weisman, No. Andover, 29; 2010: Jose Sandoval, Lawrence, 33

2001-09

2009: Ryan Sifferlen, No. Andover, 30; 2008: Robbie Taylor, Central, 39; 2007: Hal Landers, Salem, 29; 2006: Troy Bouchicas, Whittier, 28; 2005: Jeff Castillo, Salem, 42; 2004: Brian Buckley, Andover 27; Ryan Godefroi, Andover, 27; 2003: Joey Eugenio, Whittier, 24; 2002: Bill Crane, Pelham, 31; 2001: Kevin Shepard, Andover, 23

Runs Batted In

2010-19

2019: Richard Marique, Pinkerton 32; 2018: Jake Emerson, Salem 30; 2017: Mitch McQuate, North Andover, 23; 2016: Brendan Parisotto, No. Andover, 27; 2015: Connor Hopkins, Windham, 27; 2014: Ralph Francesconi, Whittier, 30; 2013: Angel Abreu, Gr. Lawrence, 29; 2012: Tom Palleschi, Phillips/Haverhill, 23; 2011: Brandon Walsh, No. Andover, 35; 2010: Nate Allen, Whittier, 30

2000-09

2009: Bobby DiSorbo, Pentucket, 23; 2008: Andrew Guyer, Central, 33; 2007: Brian White, Salem, 30; 2006: Nick Lonardo, Whittier, 28; 2005: Chris Paris, Salem, 28; 2004: Ryan Shepard, Andover, 31; 2003: Joey Eugenio, Whittier, 34; 2002: Andy Selini, Phillips/Andover, 27; 2001: Jeff Volinski, Andover, 25; 2000: Alex Stathos, No. Andover, 31

1994-99

1999: Doug Johnson, Pelham, 40; 1998: Ben Gibson, Andover, 33; 1997: Mark O’Sullivan, Andover, 37; 1997: Matt Tapley, Pelham, 37; 1996: Damon Whalen, Pelham, 39; 1995: Justin Jenkins, Timberlane, 25; 1994: Toby Guzowski, Andover, 30

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