High School Baseball
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Game 2 is underway as Holy Trinity looks for its second NSCHSAA championship in three season. St. Anthony's looks to force a Game 3.
Patrick Madigan is on the mound for Holy Trinity.
The Friars start off well. Steve Giustino walked with one out and scored on a two-out double from David Grieneveld, who hit a liner down the leftfield line. The Friars lead 1-0.
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As Alex Robinson left the mound following the sixth inning, the Holy Trinity lefthander received high fives and congratulations from teammates as if his day was done. The Titans led by seven and there’s always a chance Robinson could pitch in a Game 3 if necessary.
Robinson threw 85 pitches after six innings, but the Maryland-bound senior talked his way into finishing the game. Robinson threw...Read more »
CHSAA finals best-of-three series
No. 1 St. Anthony's (16-8) vs. No. 2 Holy Trinity (16-8)
Game 1 at 11 a.m.
Game 2 3 p.m.
It's a great day for baseball here at Farmingdale State and it will be a doubleheader. The CHSAA has been very competitive this season. These teams met three times during the regular season with St. Anthony's winning two of three. Each team needed three...Read more »
It's Week 5 of baseball in the CHSAA and, with only three weeks left in the regular season, we're starting to get a clear picture of the who's who of the 2011 season.
In other words, someone emailed me stats and standings and I really, really want an excuse to post them.
First off, updated standings (as of 5/2)
St. Dominic 9-1 0.900*
St. Anthony's 7-3 0.700
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Kevin Courtney had a fantastic start to his season this afternoon. The St. John the Baptist senior tripled in his first at-bat. He was intentionally walked with runners at first and third with two outs in the second. He struck out the final three batters of the the fourth inning.
The lefthander hit another triple in the fifth, but he dislocated his right shoulder on the slide...Read more »