Concord Legion is the host with the most
Concord completed its District A schedule with a 12-2 record and will face Londonderry (11-7) when the tournament begins today at Concord’s Memorial Field. The Concord-Londonderry matchup is today’s fourth game and is scheduled to begin at 7 p.m.
Concord worked its way through the losers’ bracket before it beat Goffstown twice to win last year’s state tournament. Concord then went on to win two games in the Northeast Regional.
First baseman Dillon Emerson is the team’s top threat at the plate. Emerson, who was named the offensive MVP of last year’s tournament, hit .400 with 26 walks in 90 at-bats during the regular season.
“We know what we have for a pitching staff,” Caruso said. “To me, the question comes from our offense. Are we going to be able to go out there and battle the best pitchers in the state for five straight days?
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