Odds & Ends - No-Hitters
Pitched by Colchester
May 11, 1985: Senior Matt Sears faced 29 batters, had 14 K's, seven walks, and the Lakers made three errors (two by Sears) in a 5-0 victory at home against Vergennes.
June 10, 1993: Senior Peter Rogers faced 27 batters, had five K's, six walks, hit one batter, and the Lakers made no errors in 4-0 playdown victory at home against Rice.
May 16, 1995: Seniors D.J. Peters (4 IP for the win) and Tom Dicesare (3 IP for the save) pitched the only combined no-hitter in Colchester history, and the Lakers performed flawlessly on defense behind them during a 2-1 win against visiting Burlington.
May 31, 1997: Senior Alan Hill faced only 24 batters - three more than the minimum - while striking out 12 and walking two in a 5-1 play-in victory on the road at Hartford. The Lakers committed two errors, making the run unearned.
May 7, 2012: Senior Zach Tandy strikes out 11 and walks three during a 6-0 victory at Burlington. He also finishes 3-for-4 with an RBI and a double. His brother, junior TJ Tandy, catches the first four innings.
May 10, 2012: After going 15 years between no-hitters, Colchester receives a second consecutive no-hit effort, this time from junior Sean Callahan in an 8-0 win vs. North Country. The first non-senior to toss a no-no for the Lakers, Callahan strikes out seven and walks one while facing 22 batters, one more than the minimum.
Pitched Against Colchester
May 21, 1996: John Wells of South Burlington pitched the first no-hitter against Colchester during a 3-1 Rebels victory at CHS. Wells struck out six, walked six and yielded only a seventh-inning unearned run during a complete game.