Here is the list of all the no-hitters/perfect games thrown in Connecticut high school baseball during the 2016 season. If you or your team has a performance to be added to the list, leave a note in the comments and we’ll add it.
(April 8): On just 93 pitches, the Bryant University commit no-hit Granby for the first no-no of the 2016 season. The Lions beat the Bears 2-0.
— NWC Athletics (@NWC_athletics) April 8, 2016
Jack DiMatteo & Aaron Skwarek
(April 9): Threw a combined no-hitter in a 15-0 Cougars win over Whitney Tech.
(April 13): Threw the first of two Gladiator no-hitters vs. Vinal Tech this season. Goodwin Tech won 14-0.
Goodwin 14 Vinal 0. Tommy Hughes threw a no hitter for Goodwin. #ctbase
— Goodwin Baseball (@GoodwinBasebal1) April 13, 2016
(April 14): The senior struck out eight and walked four in a 4-0 win over Guilford.
— Hamden High Baseball (@HamdenBaseball1) April 14, 2016
(April 19): Struck out six and walked one on 81 pitches as the Knights beat Canton 8-0.
— EHS Knights Baseball (@Ehsknightsbb) April 19, 2016
(April 21): Rosa went seven innings and allowed one run (unearned), walked three and struck out 13 on 93 pitches in an 8-1 win over Windsor Locks. It was the second straight no-hitter thrown by the Knights.
— EHS Knights Baseball (@Ehsknightsbb) April 21, 2016
(April 25): Duffy struck out nine while facing the minimum number of batters in the Red Devils 2-0 win over Bethel.
Well Done Jack
— SHS (@Stratford_High) April 26, 2016
(April 27): Struck out six and walked none in the Mountaineers 4-0 win over Litchfield.
Matt Cleveland & Patrick Hawkins
(April 28): Combined to no-hit Farmington, but walked seven and threw six wild pitches/passed balls and LOST to Farmington, 4-2.
In the most bizarre of games, Farmington gets no-hit by Windsor, yet still wins the game 4-2 thanks to great pitching by Alex Roldan
— Farmington Baseball (@FTown_Baseball) April 28, 2016
(May 2): Kmietek struck out five in Branford’s 3-0 SCC Oronoque Division win over North Haven.
(May 4): The former Manchester standout pitcher threw an 83 pitch, nine strikeout no-hitter in Cheshire Academy’s 7-0 win over Wilbraham & Monson Academy. He walked one with two out in the fourth for the only base-runner of the game.
Stiehl is in his post-grad year at Cheshire Academy and has committed to play baseball at Northeastern University next year.
— John Toffey (@CoachToffey) May 5, 2016
(May 5): Faced one over the minimum and struck out four on 72 pitches as the Lancers’ beat Pomperaug 3-0.
Nolan Nemchek with the no-no! ND 3- Pomperaug 0 — Lancers stand at 9-3 on the season. Face Weston on Saturday #ctbb
— NDFairfield (@NDFFLD) May 5, 2016
@DCT_Sports 7 Innings Pitched
22 Batters Faced
4 Strike Outs
47 Strikes Thrown
25 Balls Thrown
— NDFairfield (@NDFFLD) May 6, 2016
(May 5): Struck out 18 (!) in the Gladiators’ 9-0 win over Vinal Tech.
Goodwin Tech 9 Vinal Tech 0. Casey Rival no hitter with 18 K’s. #ctbase
— Goodwin Baseball (@GoodwinBasebal1) May 5, 2016
(May 7): Struck out four and walked four in the Wildcats 5-0 win over Portland.
(May 7): Struck out seven and walked four in the Spartans 4-1 win over Meriden rival Platt.
(May 10): Struck out 11 in an abbreviated five inning, 12-0 win over Greens Farms Academy.
— Hopkins School (@HopScores) May 10, 2016
(May 18): Struck out 11 and walked two in the Bulldogs’ 16-0 win over Bolton.
(May 23): On Senior Day, Evan Carollo threw a perfect game by striking out 13 on 75 pitches in the Lawmen’s 9-0 win over Hale-Ray.
— Mike Madera (@MikeMadera2) May 23, 2016
— Jonathan Law HS (@JLHSAthletics) May 23, 2016
(May 24): No-hit Mt. Everett (MA) 9-0 in the Mountaineers regular season finale. This is the second no-hitter thrown by a Housatonic pitcher this season. Zac Larsen beat Litchfield on April 27.
Baseball wins 9-0 vs Mt. Everett. Scott Dignacco throws a no hitter
— HVRHS (@hvrhs) May 24, 2016