2013 ALL-USA New Hampshire Baseball Team

2013 ALL-USA New Hampshire Baseball Team


2013 ALL-USA New Hampshire Baseball Team


Matt Fortin
Nashua North, senior
Widely considered the best hitting and fielding catcher in the state, he will play college ball at Seton Hall University.

Connor Sahlin
Campbell, junior
Went unbeaten on the mound in New Hampshire, going 5-0 and allowing just two earned runs in 26.1 innings.

Ethan Joyce
Exeter, senior
Started the year with over 20 innings where he didn’t give up an earned run and finished with an under 1.00 ERA.  

Joe Cravero
Hanover, senior
Threw two no hitters and was named D-II Player of the Year by the state baseball association.

Alex Parenteau
Keene, junior
Also a stud football player, he shined as a two-way star on the diamond too.

Andy Lalonde
Bedford, senior
Considered one of the best power hitters in the state, he has verbally committed to play ball for St. Bonaventure.

Jake Damphousse
Timberlane, junior
A two-time All State selection by the state baseball association, he was the staff ace and their most consistent hitter.

Ivon Clough
Con-Val, junior
Two-way talent got it done with his arm and his bat to earn all-state recognition.

Matt Wojciak
Merrimack, senior
Strong armed ace will play collegiately at Franklin Pierce University.

Tyler Barass
Goffstown, senior
Had a 5-0 record with a 0.90 ERA and 52 strikeouts and also batted .450.

Honorable mention

Brennan Riley, sr., Coe-Brow; Christian Bourgea, jr., Campbell; Nate Corriveau, jr., Bow; Freddie Vasquez, sr., Littleton’ Travis Chase, sr., Pittsburgh-Canaan; Jeff Lunn
Sr., Bishop Guertin.


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