Justin Fall

Champs Again
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
Hitting Indians
Hitting Indians
TOMS RIVER - It's no surprise to junior T.J. Scuderi and his Toms River South baseball teammates that the Indians have started the season on a five-game winning streak, not many of the players - Scuderi included - envisioned the top-to-bottom offensive machine that Toms River South has been at the start of this season...
Kwic Start
Kwic Start
TOMS RIVER - Senior Jared Kwicinski is not one of the five returning starters in the field that made the Toms River South baseball team the No. 3 ranked team in the Shore Sports Network Preseason Top 10 but he has been a key ingredient in making sure the Indians have lived up to the lofty expectations in the early part of the season...
Ocean County Duo Commits
Ocean County Duo Commits
Toms River South Class of 2017 left-hand pitcher Justin Fall announced Tuesday his non-binding verbal commitment to continue his baseball career at St. John's University in the fall of 2017. Fall's choice comes on the heels of another Division I verbal commitment by an Ocean County pitcher, as Brick Memorial Class of 2018 right-hander Nick Stephan announced Monday his commitment to George Washingt
Fall Stands Tall
Fall Stands Tall
Toms River -- What started out to be a damp and gloomy day at Ken Frank Field at Toms River South, ended up with a come from behind Indians win over Brick Township High School by a score of 4-1. While most Shore Conference teams played their Round of 16 games earlier in the day and avoided the rain, Toms River South and Brick were locked in a weather watch game that started at 2pm...
Leap Year
Leap Year
BRICK TWP. - During Ken Frank's four decades as the head coach at Toms River South, any player that entered as a freshman is all but assured to be part of a program that wins a championship at the varsity level. The Indians players from the Class of 2016 have made it to this point in their careers without one of those "balls on the wall" as Frank calls them - referring to the baseball pl