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Junior Tom Persichetti ignited a two-run uprising with opportunistic hustle while tournament MVP Derek Schmidt got the backing of stellar defense to power second-seeded Notre Dame to a 3-0 decision over top-seeded Steinter in the Mercer County Tournament final
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Meet the athletes who excelled during the 2015 New Jersey baseball, including our New Jersey Region's Player of the Year, First and Second Teams, Honorable Mention, Coach of the Year and Team of the Year
The third-seed Spartans used 17 points from Kat Papalski, as well as versatile performances from Kristen Reilly, Allison Girardi, Kaitlyn Robeto and Anna Oliveri to score a 51-38 victory over sixth-seeded Watchung Hills
Marina Mabrey, who powered Manasquan to the Tournament of Champions title, headlines All-State
Freshman Dara Mabrey spearheaded a fierce and unyielding defense while senior Marina Mabrey both steered and fueled the Manasquan offense with 29 points and four assists as the second-seeded Warriors struck a measure of revenge for a Valentine Day's heartbreaker by handing top-seeded St. Rose its
The Montville Mustangs captured their first Halverson Cup championship in a 3-2 victory over West Morris on Thursday night.
Senior point guard Brianna Nickson delivered an exemplary effort for a young and impressionable Passaic Tech squad en route to a 34-23 decision; Kuster, Stant eclipse 1,000-point mark in wins; Sourlis acheives milestone for No. 5 RFH; O'Reilly erupts to spark Montville;
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Inside Pitch: Scores and recaps from Tuesday, April 28 No. 15 Colts Neck 10, Long Branch 3 Tyler Kapuscinski had an RBI single, Jordan Gonzalez doubled in a run and Jake McTigue stroked a single to right that scored two as Colts Neck (12-2) got out to a 4-0 lead in the top of the first. Kapuscinski
Junior guard Kelly O'Reilly was the ringleader of an exhibition in shooting accuracy as Montville shot 56.5 percent from the field in rolling to a 74-53 triumph over Mahwah in North 1, Group 3.