The school baseball season may have come to end Saturday with the crowning of the state champions, but for the state’s best players, there’s more ahead.
The 32d annual Massachusetts High School All-Star games will be held Tuesday at Fraser Field in Lynn. At 3 p.m., the North Stars will play the Western Mass.All-Stars, followed at 6:30 with the South playing Central Mass. Eight EMass players will join eight from the West/Central stars to play the Connecticut high school all-stars on June 28 at Dodd Stadium in Norwich, Conn. Game time is 1 p.m.
The North will be coached by North Andover’s Todd Dulin and Lynn English’s Joe Caponigro. The team consists of Swampscott’s Hunter Gordon, Lawrence’s Mike Calzetta, North Shore’s Ryan Mahan, Reading’s Ben O’Shea, Weston’s Sahil Bloom, Beverly’s Peter Kalas, Central Catholic’s Tim Wheeler, Pentucket’s Jordan Silva, St. Mary’s Joe Kasabuski, Lincoln-Sudbury’s Justin Quinn, Cambridge’s Shayne McDonald, St. John’s Chas Carmain, Malden Catholic’s Dario Pizzano and Tony Serino, North Reading’s Darren Hartwell, Saugus’s Tyler Calla, and Masconomet’s Chris Splinter.
The South coaches are Westwood’s Brian Whelan and Bob Hoffer. The team consists of Plymouth North’s Joe Flynn and Tom McInnes, Bridgewater-Raynham’s Drew Larson and Eddie Campbell, Silver Lake’s Zach Smith, Dartmouth’s Dennis Medeiros and Frank Vilacha, Abinton’s Steve Perakslis, Duxbury’s Phil Sciretta, King Philip’s Alex Palioca, BC High’s Tyler Horan, Fairhaven’s Keane Costa, Coyle & Cassidy’s Andrew Lalli, Walpole’s Chris Ferro, Medfield’s Chris Warren, and Cohasset’s Brendan Doonan.