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Baseball Continues Hit Parade, Runs Win Streak To Five With GNAC Sweep At Daniel Webster

Thursday, April 10, 2008
Harvey Woods Field, Nashua, N.H.


NASHUA, N.H.--  Sophomore Tim Corcoran (Beverly, Mass.) belted a pair of homers and drove in six runs as Suffolk swept a Great Northeast Athletic Conference baseball doubleheader from Daniel Webster by scores of 16-0 in the opener and 16-2 in the nightcap in games played Thursday afternoon at Harvey Woods Field.

Sophomore Jose Alejandro (Lowell, Mass.) collected six hits and five RBI on the day for the visiting Rams (17-6, 8-0 Great Northeast), who have won five straight to remain perfect in league play.  Seniors Nick Martinho (Middleton, Mass.) and Matt Shanahan (Winchester, Mass.) each notched a pair of hits and drove in three in the opening game triumph for Suffolk, which rapped out 34 hits on the day, including 19 in the first contest.  Martinho, Shanahan and sophomore Mike Kenneally (Georgetown, Mass.) had four hits each in the twinbill for the visitors, who also received a combined three hits each from junior Keith Carter (Newburyport, Mass.) and sophomore Rory Gentile (Gloucester, Mass.). 

Senior Mike Carbone (East Meadow, N.Y.) and junior Tim Doyle (Milton, Mass.) each picked up their third wins of the season on the mound for the Rams, as Doyle scattered three hits and fanned five to record the shutout victory in the opener while Carbone allowed seven hits and one earned runs while picking up a pair of strikeouts.

Sophomore Rob Leary (Litchfield, N.H.) notched three hits on the day in the setbacks for the host Eagles (2-16, 1-7 Great Northeast), as sophomore Joe Tamulonis (Woodstock, N.H.) and freshman Trevor Duggleby (Nashua, N.H.) each drove in a run for Daniel Webster in the nightcap.

Suffolk hosts Albertus Magnus in a Great Northeast doubleheader on Saturday afternoon at Adams Field beginning at 1:00 p.m., while Daniel Webster hosts Maine-Presque Isle in a non-league contest on Friday afternoon at Harvey Woods Field that begins at 3:30 p.m.