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Bill Iezzi: District 3 Little League Baseball

Wednesday, July 20, 2011, 10:31 AM
District 3, the New Jersey Little League (ages 16-18) state baseball champions, are scheduled to play the Pa. champs Wednesday, 3 p.m., in an Eastern Regional tournament game at Dover field in Dover, De. The game was postponed from Tuesday because of rain. District 3, of Cumberland, defeated Pennsylvania... Read more

Phil Anastasia: Lehigh Valley beats Burlington County in Carpenter Cup title game

Tuesday, June 21, 2011, 1:15 PM
Clutch defense and timely hitting carried Lehigh Valley to a 5-3 victory over Burlington County Tuesday in the title game of the 26th annual Carpenter Cuper Classic baseball tournament in Citizens Bank Park. Lehigh Valley managed just five hits but got a two-run double from Nazareth's Drew Hercik... Read more

Phil Anastasia: Burlington County beats Philadelphia Catholic to advance to Carpenter Cup finals

Monday, June 20, 2011, 4:20 PM
Stefan Kancylarz hit a three-run double and four pitchers combined for a five-hitter as Burlington County beat Philadelphia Catholic 5-1 Monday in the semifinals of the Carpenter Cup Classic. Dylan Johnannink, Jeff Singer, Colin Perro and Jeff McGarry combined to shut down Philadelphia Catholic in... Read more

Phil Anastasia: Tri-Cape falls to Lehigh Valley in Carpenter Cup semifinals

Monday, June 20, 2011, 12:57 PM
Tri-Cape played a sloppy game and fell, 9-6, to Lehigh Valley in the semifinals of the Carpenter Cup Monday at Citizens Bank Park. Tri-Cape made six errors and its pitchers issued eight free passes -- five walks and three hit batters. The South Jersey team also left 14 runners on base. Lehigh Valley... Read more

Phil Anastasia: Tri-Cape advances in Carpenter Cup

Sunday, June 19, 2011, 1:53 PM
Bryan Toland, an alternate added to the team for this game, cracked a solo home run and an RBI single to lead Tri-Cape to a 8-3 victory over Jersey Shore Sunday in the quarterfinals of the Carpenter Cup. Toland, a senior from Wildwood Catholic, was added to the team when Millvile''s Daron Moore couldn't... Read more

Bill Iezzi: Future Softball Stars

Friday, June 17, 2011, 12:27 PM
The Gloucester County Institute of Technology will have no player on The Inquirer's all-star softball team; however, it has future stars in Freshmen Taylor Favinger, Claire Lucas and Erin Sobieski. Sobieski had an ERA of 1.65 over 11 games. Lucas hit .327 and Favinger hit .426. Read more

Bill Iezzi: Sterling Softball

Wednesday, June 15, 2011, 12:35 PM
Did you know that Sterling's softball team finished the season with the best record in South Jersey? The Silver Knights were 23-4. Kingsway, which led The Inquirer's Top 10 poll for a while, had a 23-5 record. Both teams made it to the NJSIAA state semifinals in Groups 2 and 3, respectively, and lost... Read more

Phil Anastasia: Burlington County beat SOL American/Continental in Carpenter Cup

Tuesday, June 14, 2011, 7:57 PM
Jeff Singer and Dylan Johannink each pitched three scoreless innings as Burlington County beat Suburban One League American/Continental Tuesday in the first round of the Carpenter Cup baseball tournament. Tim Gallagher hit a three-run double as Burlington County rallied from a 4-0 deficit. Singer... Read more

Phil Anastasia: Tri-Cape beats Berks County in Carpenter Cup

Tuesday, June 14, 2011, 12:13 PM
Aj Martinez and Andrew Biggs each pitched three scoreless innings and Joe Brooks cracked a two-run single as Tri-Cape beat Berks County, 6-2, Tuesday in the first round of the 26th annual Carpenter Cup baseball tournament. Martinez, a junior from Holy Spirit, and Biggs, a junior from Millville, led... Read more

Bill Iezzi: Softball Star

Tuesday, June 14, 2011, 11:46 AM
I'm putting together The Inquirer's all-South Jersey softball list and one standout is Rancocas Valley senior Lauren Gaskill. I don't want to say too much about her at this time, but the Virginia Tech senior had another splendid season at shortstop. Unfortunately for her, she did not repeat as the... Read more
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