Photo Courtesy Britney Lillya - South Jersey TimesStudents interested in playing baseball this season should plan to attend an interest meeting on Wednesday, January 28th at 2:45 PM in the high school gym.
NJSIAA Group Classifications Released for 2015 Season
Each year, the NJSIAA collects student enrollment data from member high schools and adjusts group classifications accordingly. As a result, there are a number of changes to South Jersey Group I for the 2015 season. Audubon High School of the Colonial Conference, Cape May County Technical High School of the Cape-Atlantic League, and Glassboro High School of the Tri-County Conference are no longer in the group. Joining this year are Colonial Conference member Haddon Heights High School (moving down from Group II) and New Egypt High School (moving from Central to South Jersey) of the Burlington County League.
2014 Gator Baseball Summer Camp Concludes
July 7-10, 2014
Thank you to everyone who participated in the Gator Baseball Summer Camp!
Gators Win on Senior Day
May 20, 2014 | vs. LindenwoldGateway Regional shut the door early on Lindenwold, capturing a 10-0 victory on Tuesday in the final home game of the season.
With nine runs in the first three innings, Gateway left no doubt about the eventual outcome. An error and a sacrifice fly by Ryan Sole in the first inning and an RBI double by Nick Ruiz, an RBI single by Matt Sparks, an RBI single by Matt Spissell, and an RBI single by Ryan Sole during the second inning helped Gateway Regional put some runs on the board early. Matt Spissell went a perfect 2-2 at the plate for the Gators.
Lindenwold's lineup had no answer for Ryan Sole. Lindenwold managed just one hit off of Sole, who allowed no earned runs, walked none and struck out eight during his five innings of work.
The Gators will close out the 2014 season on Wednesday at Haddon Township.
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