PHOTOS: BCANH Underwood Game at Holman Stadium

  • Gilford’s Adrian Siravo delivers a pitch for Navy Blue during the BCANH Underwood Game on Thursday night at Holman Stadium in Nashua. JASON ORFAO / Monitor stafff

  • Merrimack Valley’s Caleb Heath sprints home on a sacrifice fly during the BCANH Underwood Game on Thursday night at Holman Stadium in Nashua. JASON ORFAO / Monitor staff

  • John Stark’s Brett Patnode (left) follows through after connecting on a pitch while Hillsboro-Deering’s Gunner Hagstrom looks on during BCANH Underwood Game on Wednesday at Holman Stadium in Nashua. JASON ORFAO / Monitor staff

  • Hillsboro-Deering’s Gunner Hagstrom (center) prepares to stop a pitch while playing catcher for Navy Blue during the BCANH Underwood Game on Thursday night at Holman Stadium in Nashua. JASON ORFAO / Monitor staff

  • Merrimack Valley’s Cal Chevaire looks out at Holman Stadium while warming up on deck during the BCANH Underwood Game on Thursday night in Nashua. JASON ORFAO / Monitor staff

Published: 6/19/2019 10:01:10 PM

Some of the most talented baseball players in New Hampshire showcased their skills during the BCANH Underwood Game at Holman Stadium on Thursday night. The nine-inning exhibition between Navy Blue and Columbia Blue featured some of the Capital area’s brightest stars, including John Stark’s Brett Patnode and Hillsboro-Deering’s Gunner Hagstrom, along with the Merrimack Valley duo of Caleb Heath and Cal Chevaire. The Lakes Region was represented by Gilford’s Adrian Siravo and TJ Carmilia, and Laconia’s Ryan Dee.  There were many scouts and reportedly 28 colleges in attendance to sneak a peek of the ballplayers, who recently finished their junior seasons.




Concord Monitor Office

1 Monitor Drive
Concord,NH 03301
603-224-5301

 

© 2019 Concord Monitor
Terms & Conditions - Privacy Policy