Dale Resigns At Haddon Township

Dave Dale has resigned as baseball coach at Haddon Township High. This past season Dale guided the Hawks to a 24-5 record, and the South Jersey Group 2 and Colonial Patriot championships.

The Hawks also advanced to the finals of the Joe Hartmann Diamond Classic before falling to Cherokee.

Dale said he resigned in order to watch his son Jeremy compete in baseball. Jeremy is a junior first baseman at Kingsway.

Athletic director Alan Carr said that Haddon Township will have big shoes to fill.

"We're going to miss him," Carr said. "He is a complete coach."

 

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