High school baseball

Two State Champions Speak in Studio
The Buena Chiefs and Mainland Regional Mustangs are now standing alone atop the South Jersey baseball world.
No other public school baseball team in the region had ever won a state championship; now two local programs will be immortalized for their amazing accomplishments in 2014...
Local Athletes Rise Above Setbacks
It's been a long, difficult journey for one local soccer player.
Ocean City's George Meyers has been a part of dozens of wins with his Red Raiders teammates, but also has experienced the personal agony that accompanies an unexpected physical setback...
Pirates Keep Calm in Rough Waters
A former Cape-Atlantic League standout is doing some all-star work behind the bench this season.
Former Absegami Brave Mike Isgro is now the man steering the ship for the Cedar Creek baseball program in 2014. His Pirates are the winners of seven straight, and have solidified themselves as one of the …
One Year Later, Still ‘Boston Strong’
One year ago, the iconic finish line on Boylston Street looked like a war zone.
Three people were killed and more than 250 others were injured after two pressure cooker bombs exploded during the 2013 Boston Marathon.
Race officials worried that participation in 2014 might be down, maybe even non-exist…
Pitching Dominance Continues in South Jersey
Less than a week after a junior pitcher threw a no-hitter in his very first varsity start, two more local athletes have recorded similarly impressive feats.
Despite a tremendous pitching performance in the first game of the season, Holy Spirit's Mike Di Ianni knew there was room for improvement.…
Another Young Gun in Group of Strong Arms
It may be early in the 2014 high school baseball season, but one local pitcher has already recorded a no-hitter in the Cape-Atlantic League.
It just happened to come in his very first varsity start.
Egg Harbor Township is still reveling over Misael Castillo's incredible pitching performance this week,…

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