Shore Conference baseball

College Commitments
A busy week of Shore Conference baseball verbal college commitments continued Monday when Wall Class of 2016 third baseman and pitcher Regan Dombroski announced his non-binding oral commitment to Monmouth University.
Dombroski's verbal commitement was the second by a Wall player this week, as 2016 ri…
The Wizard of 'Cos'
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WEST LONG BRANCH - Shore Regional senior left-hander Matt Cosentino silenced one of the state's most potent lineups in an eye-opening upset in Tuesday's NJSIAA Group I semifinals, and he did it with his brain as much as his arm...
RFH's Great Run Ends
By Liz Matakevich - Shore Sports Network contributor
ROBBINSVILLE - Robbinsville broke open a tight game in the sixth inning and rode a brilliant performance by junior ace Michael Fischer to bring Rumson-Fair Haven's impressive state tournament run to a halt with a 7-0 victory in the NJSIAA Cent…
No Stopping Them Now
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JACKSON - With its season at a crossroads after two tournament losses in a five-day stretch in mid-May, Jackson Memorial was desperately searching for an elusive missing ingredient.
"Confidence,'' said junior designated hitter Rich Rou…
Third Time's the Charm
HOLMDEL - The last time Red Bank Catholic played on St. John Vianney's field this season, the Caseys not only gave up 11 runs, they imploded in a hail of nine errors.
After surrendering four unearned runs with shaky play to allow St. John Vianney to get back into Saturday's Shore Conference Tournamen…
Riding the Giant
BAYVILLE - Central senior ace Andrew DiPiazza showed something in Saturday's Ocean County Tournament semifinal at Al Kunzman Field that couldn't be measured with a radar gun.
A pitcher's makeup can be a difficult trait to assess, but DiPiazza deserves a high grade in that area after battling his way …
Putting It All Together
WALL - With sophomore ace Luca Dalatri on the mound against a Wall team that knocked Christian Brothers Academy out of last year's Monmouth County Tournament, the mission was clear for the Colts in Saturday's quarterfinal.
"It was absolutely a statement game,'' said sopho…
Keeping Them Waiting
TOMS RIVER - Everything was going according to plan for Toms River South in its bid to give head coach Ken Frank his 800th victory on Friday night before visiting Southern did its best Toms River South imitation to put history on hold.
The Rams rallied for four runs in the top of the seventh inning, …

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