Sacred Heart advances in tourney
Freshman Chet Godfrey allowed four hits and one walk in raising his record to 5-0, and Jon Schmidt drove in two runs to key Sacred Heart's 5-1 win yesterday at Washington Township in the nightcap of a Diamond Classic baseball quarterfinal doubleheader.
Freshman Chet Godfrey allowed four hits and one walk in raising his record to 5-0, and Jon Schmidt drove in two runs to key
's 5-1 win yesterday at
in the nightcap of a Diamond Classic baseball quarterfinal doubleheader.
Godfrey also had a key hit in a four-run first-inning for the Lions, who will meet
in a semifinal today at Washington Township.
In yesterday's first game, Lenape blanked
, 5-0, as sophomore Jason Bohrer pitched four scoreless innings and senior Tom Doulong went 2 for 3, including a run-scoring double.
The championship game, against the winner of today's other semifinal between
Cherry Hill West
, is scheduled for this evening at Campbell's Field.
Jay Pogue batted 3 for 4, scored three times and drove in four to highlight host
's 12-9 win over
There were plenty of hitting stars for the Panthers, including Kevin Gibbs (two-run home run) and Rob Cressman (two doubles, three RBIs), while winning pitcher Johnny Dunn got three innings of scoreless relief from Adam Satanoff. Zach More hit a two-run blast for the Dragons.
Mike Wasco drove in three runs and hit his fifth home run of the season, as host
, 14-4. Marc Mount also had three RBIs in support of winning pitcher Kevin Moller.
The Rams travel to Waterfront Park in Trenton today to face Cherry Hill East at 4:30 p.m., as part of Riverside's annual breast cancer fund-raising efforts.
Steve Bruno homered twice, knocking in three runs, to back the five-hit pitching of Mike Gartland in
's 6-2 triumph at
Pinch-runner Gina Rios scored from third on a passed ball and Amanda McCloskey drew a bases-loaded walk, as host
manufactured a pair of runs in the second inning and held on to defeat
Jess Goeller lost her shutout bid in the seventh inning, but struck out 10 and limited the Crusaders to two singles in going the distance for the win.
Ocean County Tournament.
Kayla Soles had a triple and a single, drove in one run and scored twice for
, but the Warriors (20-4) mustered little else on offense in falling to
Toms River East
, 9-4, in the title game.
East (24-1) managed just two singles off losing pitcher Abbey Houston (nine strikeouts), but the Raiders capitalized on seven walks and four errors by New Egypt.
Alexa Ginsberg left 10th-seeded
defenseless, pumping in nine goals to power seventh-seeded
Cherry Hill East
to a 19-3 rout in the opening round of the South Jersey Group 4 tournament.
Kylie Walford chipped in three goals for the host Cougars, who hope to continue their offensive onslaught at second-seeded Lenape in tomorrow's quarterfinal round.
South Jersey Group 3.
Erin Thomas scored four times to pace a balanced attack, and 10th-seeded
shifted into high gear in the second half to upend seventh-seeded
Ashley Dinan contributed three goals and an assist and Nicole Benson added a hat trick for the Red Raiders.
South Jersey Group 2.
Leigh Delollis had two goals and Danielle O'Connor scored one for ninth-seeded
, which dropped its first-round match at No. 8 seed
South Jersey Group 1.
had no problem dispatching No. 10 seed
, 18-6, behind the scoring of Vicki Surcharski (four goals), Molly Gallagher (four) and Kelly Matteson (three).