Saturday, August 1, 2015

Baseball: Stat Leaders

By Phil Anastasia

Baseball: Stat Leaders

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By Phil Anastasia

South Jersey baseball stat leaders through Sunday, May 5:

PITCHING WINS
6 -- Chris Oakley, St. Augustine; Matt Ennis, Pitman
5 -- Kyle Grim, Williamstown; Connor Walsh, Serling; Don Money, Vineland; John Bednarek, Cinnaminson
4 -- Devin Smeltzer, Bishop Eustace; Steve Priolo, Eastern; Mat Costa, Eastern; Mike Shawaryn, Gloucester Catholic; Will Allen, Cherry Hill West; Mark Scarpa, Washington Twp.; Jake Miller, Shawnee; Zack Gaekler, Nothern Burlington; Zach Warren, St. Augustine; Gannon White, Holy Spirit

DOUBLES
9 -- Matt McKeown, Paul VI; Dom Messina, Camden Catholic
8 -- Nick Montefusco, Shawnee; Tyler Easterday, Haddon Twp.
7 -- Cole Pewor, Cinnaminson; Ricky Hopkins, Holy Spirit; Ron Ippolite, Kingsway; Brian Lawler, Shawnee
6 -- Justin Hagenman, Bishop Eustace; Jim Hoff, Holy Cross; Josh Houck, Overbrook; Mike McLaughlin, Haddonfield; Joe Craig, Camden Catholic; Mike Elfreth, St. Augustine; Shaine Hughes, Washington Twp.; Ben Youngberg, Delran; Tom Flacco, Eastern; Brandon Cornelius, Timber Creek; Albie Carracino, Gloucester

TRIPLES
4 -- Eric Spires, Shawnee
3 -- Cole Pewor, Cinnaminson; Chris Seibert, Pitman

HOME RUNS
5 -- Barry Buchowski, St. Augustine; Jon Gonzales, Winslow Township; Nick Montefusco, Shawnee
4 -- Justin McFadden, Delran; Jarret DeHart, Shawnee
3 -- Trevor Datz, Pitman; Matt McKeown, Paul VI; Eric Spires, Shawnee; Eric Lankeau, Pennsville; Jarret DeHart, Shawnee; Brandon Cornelius, Timber Creek; Najee Martin, Winslow Township; Joe Lapp, Penns Grove; Ryan Shinn, Northern Burlington

-- Coaches or athletic directors should send corrections 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.

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