A Cape Ann League All-Star, Pat Beaton was an instrumental part of Pentucket’s run to the North Semifinals. As a pitcher, Beaton was 5-1 in the regular season with an ERA of 1.89 and 22 strikeouts to go with 8 walks in 40.2 innings of work. Beaton also played shortstop on his off days, and had an on-base percentage of .352. Beaton participated in the Junior Prospect All-Star game, and after graduation he hopes to continue his baseball career in college.
An All-League selection in the Cape Ann League, Justin Cashman was one of the top pitchers in the league. Cashman had an ERA of 2.35 with 60 strikeouts and 14 walks in 46 innings of work. He said the highlight of the season was beating Amesbury 8-7 on May 3, a game that Triton trailed going into the seventh inning. Cashman hopes to attend Merrimack College after graduation, and he said he looks up to his brother as a role model.
A Cape Ann League All-Star, Adam Chatterton was one of Triton’s top pitchers, leading the team with an ERA of 2.10. Chatterton said the highlight of his season was Triton’s 4-1 win over Newburyport on April 12, a game in which he pitched a complete game while allowing just one run on two hits and three walks with five strikeouts. Chatterton also came up huge in Triton’s 2-0 win over Pentucket on May 12, when he outdueled Daily News Player of the Year Ryan Kuchar and pitched a three-hit shutout to keep Triton’s postseason hopes alive.
A Cape Ann League All-Star, Nick Hawrylciw was a force at the plate and on the mound for Amesbury this season, batting .315 with an ERA of 1.45. Hawrylciw said the highlight of the season was throwing a three-hitter to beat Ipswich 2-1 on May 8. He also had a GPA of 3.3 with honors all throughout senior year and earned advanced status in the MCAS. Hawrylciw will attend Becker College in the fall and will join the school’s baseball team, and he credited his success to his parents and all of his coaches.