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Rebel Yell: No. 5 Howell Takes Down No. 3 CBA 13-8 to Take Control in A North

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MIDDLETOWN — Facing a five-goal deficit on its home field in the third quarter, Christian Brothers Academy was in the midst of doing what it has done several times already this season in storming back to take a lead. And Howell, admitted senior Mark Buannic, had not been the best at protecting fourth-quarter advantage

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Sketch of Emma Grace (NJ State Police)
Sketch of Emma Grace (NJ State Police)
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Emma Grace burial tomorrow, search for mother continues

The infant we've come to know as Emma Grace will be buried in Howell Township Saturday. But how her head and body ended up separately among trash at a Farmingdale recycling center last November is still a matter for investigators, and they hope that finding the mother will shed light on it.

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Baseball Friday Scoreboard, 4/17/15


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Monmouth County Tournament

Opening Round

(16) Middletown South 8, (17) Manasquan 7

Jeff Lewandowski drew a bases-loaded walk to force in the winning run, capping a four-run bottom-of-the-seventh inning that pushed the Eagles (4-5) past the Warriors (3-3) and into the MCT round of 16 Saturday against top-seeded Colts Neck.

Junior catcher Zach Schild tied the game in the seventh with a two-run double, part of a 3-for-4 game at the plate for Schild. Nolan Pereless got Middlet

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Dan Schirmacher fired seven innings Thursday against Monmouth, allowing just one unearned run on five hits and two walks while striking out 10. (Photo by Matt Manley)
Dan Schirmacher fired seven innings Thursday against Monmouth, allowing just one unearned run on five hits and two walks while striking out 10. (Photo by Matt Manley)
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Baseball – Schirmacher, Lancers’ Bats Stop Monmouth Reg.

TINTON FALLS – St. John Vianney right-hander Dan Schirmacher has already been the ace of the Lancers staff, although his first run as the team’s top pitcher was as much out of necessity as it was as a result of Schirmacher’s breakout sophomore season in 2013.

Now a senior

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Dayton Frulio in the Mater Dei dugout during a previous Strike Out Autism Baseball Challenge
Dayton Frulio in the Mater Dei dugout during a previous Strike Out Autism Baseball Challenge (Jerry Frulio)
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Baseball: Strike Out Autism Challenge is Bigger and Better in Third Year

When Jerry Frulio started the Strike Out Autism Baseball Challenge with four teams in 2013, he admittedly didn't think it would mushroom into such a big event by its third year.

"Last year I was very happy with 12 teams and some great m

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Fourteen athletes from St. John Vianney made their commitments official on Signing Day: Field hockey players Brittany Richards (Kean University) and Stephanie Noll (Fairleigh Dickinson); Softball players Jessica Carlucci (Misericordia); Erica Krumbine (Wagner); Victoria Mahoney (Dowling College) and Claire Stefanelli (NYU); Baseball player John Michael Broderick (Dominican College); Girls lacrosse player Madeline DeFelice (Fairleigh Dickinson); Football players Kyle Gibson (St. Francis, Pa.); Louis Iovine (Marist); Dan Calabro (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute); P.J. Braccia (The College of New Jersey) and Liam Casey (FDU-Florham); and wrestler Paul Piccione (Stevens Institute of Technology). (Photo courtesy of St. John Vianney)
Fourteen athletes from St. John Vianney made their commitments official on Signing Day: Field hockey players Brittany Richards (Kean University) and Stephanie Noll (Fairleigh Dickinson); Softball players Jessica Carlucci (Misericordia); Erica Krumbine (Wagner); Victoria Mahoney (Dowling College) and Claire Stefanelli (NYU); Baseball player John Michael Broderick (Dominican College); Girls lacrosse player Madeline DeFelice (Fairleigh Dickinson); Football players Kyle Gibson (St. Francis, Pa.); Louis Iovine (Marist); Dan Calabro (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute); P.J. Braccia (The College of New Jersey) and Liam Casey (FDU-Florham); and wrestler Paul Piccione (Stevens Institute of Technology). (Photo courtesy of St. John Vianney)
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The Shore Daily, 4/16/15

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