Thursday, July 2, 2015

Baseball: Stat leaders

By Phil Anastasia

Baseball: Stat leaders

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By Phil Anastasia

Here are South Jersey baseball's statistical leaders through Sunday, May 11:

Pitching Wins

7 -- Mitch Walker, Pennsville; Marty McDonald, Cinnaminson.

6 -- Devin Smeltzer, Bishop Eustace; Tyler Phillips, Bishop Eustace; Carter Fichter, Haddonfield; Denny Brady, Buena.

5 -- Zach Gakeler, Northern Burlington; Chris Haruch, Washington Twp.; Mike Dilianni, Holy Spirit; Austin Fottrell, Egg Harbor Twp.; Wayne Test, Audubon; John Murphy, Gloucester Catholic; Lucas Rollins, Collingswood.


Home Runs

10 -- Nick Browne, Bishop Eustace.

7 -- Eric Lankeneau, Pennsville; Mike Krusinski, Bishop Eustace.

6 -- Josh Shimp, Pennsville; Colin Stringham, Holy Cross.

5 -- Chris Jones, Bishop Eustace.

4 -- Joey Craig, Camden Catholic; Ryan DiMeo, Bishop Eustace; Zach Gakeler, Northern Burlington; Austin Chaszar, Bordentown; Cody MacNair, Cinnaminson.

Triples

5 -- Eric Schorr, Audubon

4 -- Tom Flacco, Eastern; Kyle Stinson, Highland.

3 -- Ryan McGoldrick, Sterling; Brendan Bean, Wildwood; Jose Valentin, Wildwood; Mike Follet, Cherokee; John DeLuca, Triton.

Doubles

13 -- Josh Shimp, Pennsville; Chris Mormile, Wildwood.

11 -- Monny Strickland, Egg Harbor Twp.

10 -- Joel Minch, Overbrook; Dom Messina, Camden Catholic.

9 -- Brett Kuchera, Collingswood; Albert Faiola, Camden Catholic; Ryan Keen, Eastern.

8 -- Christian Deluca, Cinnaminson; Matt McKeown, Paul VI; Ryan Shinn, Northern Burlington; Lucas Rollins, Collingswood; Kyle Cox, Millville; Steve Bucci, Washington Twp.; Anthony Korobellis, Wildwood.

7 -- Tom Flacco, Eastern; Nick Thevanayagam, Cinnaminson; Jon Newman, Cedar Creek; Austin Chaszar, Bordentown; Saleem Horne, St. Joseph; Tyler Welch, Absegami; Drew Burdsall, Pennsville; Ed Essig, West Deptford; Chris Caprio, Hammonton; Josh McCouch, Overbrook; Tyler O'Dell, Northern Burlington; Brennan Taylor, Maple Shade; Sean Mooney, Ocean City.

-- Coaches or athletic directions should send corrections or additions to panastasia@phillynews.com

 

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Born and raised in South Jersey, Phil Anastasia prefers standing on the sidelines at high school football games on Friday nights to sitting in the press box at Eagles games on Sunday afternoons. He’s a graduate of Rowan University with a degree in English. Reach Phil at panastasia@phillynews.com.

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