Other strong pitching staffs

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Audubon starting pitcher Austin Tassi delivers a pitch against Bishop Eustace in the championship game of the 18th Annual Ralph Shaw Memorial Tournament at Audubon High School on Sunday, April 7, 2013. (Ron Cortes/ Staff Photographer)

Rich in Pitching

Here are some other top South Jersey baseball pitching staffs this season.

Audubon. The Green Wave have two top junior righthanders, Wayne Test and Austin Tassi.

Cherry Hill East. The Cougars have a one-two punch at the top of the rotation in righty Nick DiEva, a Stony Brook recruit, and lefty Mike Brambilla, a Monmouth recruit.

Delsea. The Crusaders have a dominant senior righthander in Louisville recruit Bryan Dobzanski, who touched 93 m.p.h. on the radar gun at the Carpenter Cup last June, and some depth in the rotation with senior Eli Helsel and juniors Greg Avis and Joe Brewin.

GCIT. The Cheetahs have an ace in West Virginia recruit Jake Danner, plus some depth in seasoned seniors Tommy Keinhans and Matt Stranix.

Haddonfield. Senior righthanders Carter Fichter and Mark Ostbye, a Virginia recruit, lead the way for the Bulldogs.

Millville. The Thunderbolts have top arms in senior righthanders Kyle Cox and Robert Rivera and senior lefty Calvin Clark.

Northern Burlington. Pitt recruit Zack Gakeler is the lefthanded ace, but coach Rich Doppler says the Greyhounds have six pitchers who throw harder than 80 m.p.h.

Shawnee. The Renegades will rebuild behind senior righthander Scott Leventon and sophomore righthander Jake Miller.

Sterling. The Silver Knights have an ace in righthander Donovan Casey, a Boston College recruit, and another top arm in junior Andrew Miller.

Washington Township. The Minutemen have an ace, senior righthander Mark Scarpa, and a talented sophomore righthander, Nick Evangelista.

- Phil Anastasia