Michael Ceparano, a junior at Half Hollow Hills High School East, pitched a complete no-hitter game on Friday, April 20 against Walt Whitman High School.
The pitcher struck out 13 and walked three to lead Hills East 3-0 in the varsity win.
"He was dominating all day. Every pitch is on. He’s one of top pitchers in the league and he's hitting his stride right now," Hills East coach Tim Belz said. "He'll be a Division I prospect for next year."
Ceparano throws at about 85 mph, his coach said.
Mike Parziale went 2-for-3 with a run and an RBI and Louis Sileno went 1-for-2 with two RBI for Hills East.
It was the the first no-hitter game for Hills East since 2009. The Thunderbirds had two no-hitter games that year.
However, this is not the first time for Ceparano. The athlete also pitched a no-hitter game during the Perfect Game 2011 Underclass Wood Bat World Championship in Fort Meyers Florida in October 2011.