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2016

Sensational Soucia no-hits the Crush

Bobcats 13u standout Marcus Soucia threw a no-hitter to defeat the Plympton Crush, 3-0, in Wrentham, Mass., on Saturday. The strong right-hander struck out seven and issued one walk as the Bobcats stayed undefeated and improved to 23-0 on the season. A week earlier, Soucia delivered the game-winning hit in the 10th inning, lifting the Bobcats to a 7-6 victory against the New Hampshire Black Flies in the championship game of the Memorial Day Classic presented by New Hampshire Orthopaedic Center. Soucia owns a 7-0 record and 1.31 ERA in nine appearances this season.

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Partnership between NH Bobcats and NH Orthopedic Center

MANCHESTER, N.H. -- Ultimate Sports Academy and the New Hampshire Bobcats are proud to announce a multi-year partnership with New Hampshire Orthopaedic Center, a full service practice specializing in orthopaedics, a medical discipline focused on diagnosing and treating musculoskeletal disease and injuries. New Hampshire Orthopaedic Center is now the the presenting sponsor and official healthcare provider of the Ultimate Sports Academy and the New Hampshire Bobcats, an elite travel program offering instruction and long-term development of the state's top players.

Press Release NH Orthopedic Associates

MANCHESTER, N.H. -- Ultimate Sports Academy and the New Hampshire Bobcats are proud to announce a multi-year partnership with New Hampshire Orthopaedic Center, a full service practice specializing in orthopaedics, a medical discipline focused on diagnosing and treating musculoskeletal disease and injuries. New Hampshire Orthopaedic Center is now the the presenting sponsor and official healthcare provider of the Ultimate Sports Academy and the New Hampshire Bobcats, an elite travel program offering instruction and long-term development of the state's top players.

Morissette commits to Boston College

Exeter High School sophomore Cody Morissette, a four-year member of the New Hampshire Bobcats, made a verbal commitment to accept a baseball scholarship to Boston College this week. Morissette, 16, had made unofficial visits to UNC-Ashville, Virginia Tech and St. John's before committing to the Eagles of the ACC Conference. Since earning a save in his first-ever Bobcats game in 2012, he has led teams to multiple league and tournament championships.

Record Book

Record Book
Team Records
-- 2016 13u Springshot Tournament champions
-- 2015 Lowell Jr. Spinners Summer Series 16u champions
-- 2015 New England Elite Baseball League 15u American League champions (Div. II)
-- 2015 New England Elite Baseball League 14u American League champions (Div. II)
-- 2015 New England Elite Baseball League 12u American League champions (Div. I)
-- 2015 New England Elite Baseball League 11u Pool Play champions (Div. I, IA, II)
-- 2014 New England Elite Baseball League 14u American League champions (Div. IA)

Memorial Day Classic

The 4th annual Bobcats Classic will be held May 28-30, 2016 in Manchester, N.H., and nearby fields. Venues include Gill Stadium, St. Anselm College and Derryfield School. Our goal is to provide local teams with a competitive tournament without having to travel too far on Memorial Day weekend. Once again, the Bobcats Classic will raise funds for local baseball and softball organizations. These funds are raised through a $5 gate fee at adults for Gill Stadium. Last year, the tournament help raise thousands for Youngsville Athletic Association and Auburn Baseball and Softball.

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