Carpenter Cup

Champs Again
PHILADELPHIA - The term "closer" in baseball is typically reserved for pitchers, but in the 2017 Carpenter Cup, the Jersey Shore team's closer was the second unit of position players. For the second straight day, the second string provided a wave of offense, this time leading the Shore to a 7-2 win over Delaware North Saturday at Citizens Bank Park to capture the Shore's fifth ever Carpe
Second Wave
PHILADELPHIA - The first Carpenter Cup semifinal Friday at Citizens Bank Park looked early on like it would be another low-scoring, pitcher-friendly game involving the Jersey Shore. Once the second wave of players entered the game in the fifth inning, however, an full-on slugfest erupted and the Shore squad had enough firepower to advance to the championship game with a 12-7 win over Olympic-Colon
Shore to the Semis
PHILADELPHIA - In the first round of the Carpenter Cup last Thursday, Toms River South junior T.J. Scuderi played the starring role in a Jersey Shore win. In Monday's quarterfinal against Tri-Cape, it was Indians senior second baseman Matt Shiffer who stole the show early...
Scud Missile
PHILADELPHIA - T.J. Scuderi and his Toms River South teammates would have liked their season to carry on longer than it did, but the two weeks away from game action appear to be agreeing with the junior two-way star for the Indians. For the second straight day, Scuderi clocked a home run in a showcase game, this time connecting Thursday for a tie-breaking two-run home run in the bottom of the sixt
Carpenter Cup Team
2017 Jersey Shore Carpenter Cup Team 2017 Carpenter Cup Info   Catchers Josh Jackson, Sr., Monmouth David Melfi, So., Jackson Liberty Jordan Jurkiewicz, So., Lacey   Infielders Steven Bullen, Sr., Manalapan Matt Shiffer, Sr., To...
Carpenter Cup
2016 Jersey Shore Carpenter Cup Roster Note: By tournament rule, each roster is permitted to have no more than 10 seniors Catchers Ciaran Devenney, Sr., St John Vianney Gene Napolitano, Jr., Marlboro Tom Ruscitti, So., Central Infielders Brian Kochenash, Sr...
Shore Falls in Final
PHILADELPHIA - For most baseball teams, a seven-run deficit at any point in the game is too much to overcome. However, after scoring 31 runs in their first two games combined and 37 in the first three, the players on the Jersey Shore Carpenter Cup team knew their runs were coming after falling behind by seven in Tuesday's Carpenter Cup Classic championship game at Citizens Bank Park...

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