Bridgewater-Raynham coach John Kearney has seen strong performances from pitcher Mike Bruemmel all season, but none compared to Monday’s outing in a 6-0 win over host Brockton.
The senior lefthander limited the Boxers to one hit and struck out 10 to improve to 4-1 on the season. Bruemmel’s fastball troubled hitters all day, and his changeup and curveball ensured that Brockton posed no threat.
“This was definitely his best performance of the season, possibly the best performance of his career,’’ said Kearney. “He was masterful and in control for the entire game.’’
The Trojans broke open a scoreless game in the fifth inning, batting around and scoring five runs. Junior center fielder Tyler Carey had a bunt single to load the bases to set up Tyler Glavin, who forced in a run with a walk. Brockton then got two outs before junior catcher Joe Freiday delivered a two-run single to make it a 3-0 game. Senior designated hitter Dave Miller added an RBI double, and the Trojans loaded the bases again. Another run scored when junior left fielder Corey Dinunno was hit by a pitch.
Bruemmel did not allow an answer from the Boxers. B-R (14-4) wrapped up the Old Colony League title last week.
Archbishop Williams 11, Quincy 0 — Senior Scott Anderson threw his second career no-hitter as the Bishops (11-4) blanked the Presidents.
New Mission 8, Dorchester 5 — New Mission led, 7-4, going into the final two innings before freshman Rafael Ruiz struck out the final two batters of the game to record the save for New Mission. Ruiz struck out four in two innings. Junior Ewing Diaz earned the win, striking out five.
Marblehead 2, Winthrop 1 — Junior Tom Koopman delivered the winning run with a two-out single in the top of the seventh, snapping the Magicians’ seven-game losing streak.
Hanover 2, Rockland 1 — Senior captains Jake Hardy and Hank Foster both went 2 for 3 for the Indians (7-10).
Medford 1, Stoneham 0 — Senior John Lavoie pitched a one-hitter and classmate Jake Porrazzo hit the game-winning single in the bottom of the sixth for the Mustangs (16-3).
Arlington 3, Wakefield 1 — Junior John Roop went seven innings, giving up only one run and fanning five. He also went 3 for 3 for the Spy Ponders (13-6).
Lynn Classical 3, Peabody 2 — Senior Jorge Perez pitched 11 innings and threw 157 pitches in a winning effort for the Rams (6-10). Perez struck out five and walked one. He also hit an RBI triple in the top of the 12th inning, which proved to be the difference.
West Bridgewater 2, Bishop Connolly 1 — Senior David Yeo recorded nine strikeouts and scattered three hits to lift the Wildcats (18-1).
Salem 8, Revere 6 — Senior designated hitter T.J. McDonald hit a game-winning two-run home run for the Witches (5-13).
Newton South 3, Boston Latin 1 — Senior Jessie Feldstein allowed only one hit, to the leadoff batter, and recorded eight strikeouts for the Lions.
Milton 5, Dedham 3 — Senior Bobby Freeman fanned 10 and allowed one run in eight innings to lead the Wildcats (6-12).
Wellesley, led by Kathy Fortin (37) and Anna Dailey (39), tied Hingham for first in the Mass Bay League North All-Star tournament at South Shore Country Club. Both schools finished at 176. Hingham had four players among the top 10: Ashley Harkins (41), Tori Messina (44), Mackenzie Miller (45) and Emily O’Toole (46) .
Boys’ tennisSharon 4, Foxboro 1 — The Eagles clinched the Hockomock League title for the 34th year in a row.
Somerville High senior Felix De Bona signed a letter of intent to play soccer at Boston University according to a tweet from the school’s account, @SHSHighlanders.For more scores and highlights, Boston.com/schools.