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CHRISTIAN BROTHERS ACADEMY:

High School Fast Facts: Founded: Location: School Office Phone: School Website: Enrollment: Curriculum: Colors: Nickname: Affiliation: Conference: President: Principal: Associate Principal: Dean of Students: Director of Admissions:

1959 850 Newman Springs Rd Lincroft, N.J. 07738 732-747-1959 www.cbalincroftnj.org 1,000 All Male College Preparatory Navy Blue and White Colts Shore Conference, N.J.S.I.A.A. A’ North Division Brother Frank Byrne Mr. Ross Fales Mr. Sean Nunan Mr. Matthew Meehan Kevin Donahue

Athletic Department Fast Facts: Director of Athletics: Head Athletic Trainer: Athletic Website:

Mr. Vito Chiaravalloti (x201) Mr. Shawn Malysz (x204) www.letsgocolts.com

Head Coach: Career Record: Assistant Coaches:

Marty Kenney ‘66 795-3338 (44 years) Marty Kenney Jr ’90, Gene Crimoli ’02, Anthony Cirillo ‘09 Pat Reynolds Joe Pagliuca

Baseball Fast Facts:

J.V. Coach: Freshman Coach:

2017 Record: 18-10, Conference 9-5 2017 Monmouth County Tournament: Semifinalist 2017 Shore Conference Tournament: Quarterfinalist 2017 State Ranking: NA 2017 Shore Conference Ranking: NJ.com 9 2016 Monmouth County Ranking: NJ.com 6 Starters Returning/Lost: 8/1 Letter winners Returning/Lost: 19/2


COACH MARTY KENNEY Career Record: 795-338 Coach Kenney became the Head Baseball Coach at C.B.A in 1974. During his 40th season, Coach Kenney joined an exclusive fraternity when he won his 700th Varsity Baseball Game at Christian Brothers Academy. Coach Kenney is one of only four baseball coaches in the state of New Jersey to reach that milestone. He is currently second all time in the state of N.J. with 795 wins. Coach Kenney’s 2015 season may have been his most memorable. The team achieved what is known as ”THE QUAD”, winning their Division, County Tournament, Shore Conference Tournament, S.J. Sectional and Parochial A’ State Title. This achievement earned them #23 & #21 Rankings in the U.S.A as well as being ranked #1 in the Tri-State, State, Shore Conference and County. These accomplishment earned him the 2015 NJ State Coach of the Year award. Coach Kenney is a member of both the New Jersey State Coaches Association Hall of Fame and the Jersey Shore Athletic Hall of Fame. He is also a current member on the executive board of the New Jersey State Baseball Coaches Association. In 2003 he received the Jim Sullivan Award for his many contributions to baseball in Monmouth County. In 2006 he was awarded the Joseph B. Hartman “Man of the Year” Award for his contributions to Coach Kenney’s baseball in the state of New Jersey by the NJSBCA. The Star Ledger newspaper named Coach Kenney the 2009 N.J. State Milestones Baseball Coach of the Year. He also earned the NJ Coach of the Year Honor from Gatorade/U.S.A. Today in 2015

Win # Date Versus Score 1 4/3/74 St. Mary’s 6-1 100 5/23/80 Notre Dame 6-5 200 4/28/88 Ocean twp 3-2 300 5/29/94 Neptune 16-5 400 4/21/99 Marlboro 19-4 500 4/28/2003 Mid. North 11-2 600 5/17/2007 Wall 5-2 700 4/25/2013 Mid. South 1-0 *755 6/4/2015 RBC 4-0

Coach Kenney attended C.B.A. where he was a three year varsity baseball and basketball player. He was the starting point guard on the 1965 Basketball State Championship team, the first ever state championship team for C.B.A. Coach Kenney accepted a scholarship for basketball to Hartwick College in Oneonta, N.Y. where he also played baseball.

(*became 2nd All-Time winningest coach in NJ)

HISTORY OF C.B.A. COACHES Coach Bob Mason Jim Leo Manny Sennerchia Marty Kenney

Year(s) Wins Losses Winning Percentage 1961-68 51 64 .443 1969-72 28 31 .475 1973 13 8 .620 1974795 338 .703


MARTY KENNEY Jr ‘90: Varsity Assistant Coach Marty has spent 22 years coaching on the high school, college and professional levels. Marty began coaching with his father at C.B.A. during the early 90's before becoming the Associate Head Baseball Coach at DeSales University in Pennsylvania in the fall of 1998. During his seven years at DeSales Univ. (1998-2005), DeSales was nationally ranked all seven seasons, won (7) conference championships and advanced to the NCAA Regional tournament (6) times. In 2003, DeSales won the NCAA Regional and advanced to the Division III College World Series. While at DeSales Univ. Marty also served as an Assistant Director of Admissions. From 2006-2011, Marty served as a Professional Pitching Coach for three different organizations, the Schaumburg Flyers and Kansas City T-Bones in the Northern League as well as the Evansville Otters in the Frontier League. As a player, Marty was an All-County and Shore selection, selected to the N.J. State All-Star Game, chosen as one of the top 25 high school pitchers in the nation by Collegiate Baseball Magazine and USA Today. He accepted a full baseball scholarship to the Univ. of Richmond during his senior year.

GENE CRIMOLI ‘02: Varsity Assistant Coach Gene is a 2002 Alum who returned to his Alma Mater in 2017 as an assistant coach. Gene enjoyed a standout career at CBA and was a part of (2) Sectional championships, (3) Shore Conference Championships and (1) County Championship teams. His 2001 CBA team ranked 17th in the country. Gene was a three year starter for the Colts, receiving All-County, All-Shore and All-State recognition during his career. Gene accepted a scholarship to Rider University where he was A 4-year starter and team captain as a senior. At Rider, Gene was named to the All-State team twice as well as a 3-time all MAAC Conf. All-Academic Team. He finished his career 13th in career hits, 10th in RBI’s and 18th in Home Runs.

ANTHONY CIRILLO ‘09: Varsity Assistant Coach Anthony returns to CBA entering his 2nd year as an Assistant Coach. Anthony was a former standout shortstop for the Colts. He was a four year letter winner and a starter on the 2009 State Championship Team. Anthony received All-County and All-Shore recognition in 2008 and 2009, as well as being named a 2-Time, Star Ledger, gold glove award winner. Anthony accepted a scholarship to St. Joseph’s University in Philadelphia, Pa and enjoyed an exceptional career. Anthony was a 4 year letter winner and 3-year starter for the Hawks. In 2013, as a senior, Anthony was named to the All-Atlantic 10 team as a shortstop.

PAT REYNOLDS: J.V. Baseball Coach Pat is beginning his 8th season as a baseball coach at CBA. Pat was hired as the freshman coach in 2009 before becoming the J.V. coach in 2013. In 2015, Coach Reynolds led the JV team to a 23-2 record, winning both the JV Monmouth County and Shore Conference Tournaments. His 2017 team went 21-1 winning their Division as well as the Monmouth County and Shore Conference Tournaments Pat played high school baseball at St. Rose in Belmar. During his Junior and Senior season’s (2003 & 04) Pat was named First Team All-Shore as well as was selected to the Jersey Shore Carpenter Cup Team. Pat continued his baseball career on the college level at Manhattan College.

JOE PAGLIUCA: Freshman Baseball Coach Joe was hired to lead the freshman team in 2016. In his first year he led the Colts to an 15-6 record and helped guide the team to the Shore Conference Tournament Championship. Joe brings 16 years of experience of coaching baseball including, St. Mary’s Rutherford as the Junior Varsity Coach as well as in the Neptune Middle School. Joe’s reputation for being extremely organized as well as a great instructor has been very evident during his first year in the CBA baseball program. Joe is a welcome addition to the CBA staff and we look forward to his development of the freshman players in our program.


CBA VARSITY 18-10 9-5 (A’ North) 2017 RANKINGS #9 Shore Ranking (Star Ledger)

#6 Monmouth County

BACK to BACK to BACK 1. Shore Conference Tournament Champions: ’14, ’15, ‘16 2. Monmouth County Tournament Champions: ‘14. ’15, ‘16 *CBA won the Monmouth County and Shore Conference tournaments for the 3rd consecutive years. The only school in Shore Conference history to accomplish this feat

(Star Ledger)

JUNIOR VARSITY

21-1 A’ North Div. Champs Monmouth County Tournament Champs Shore Conference Tournament Champs

FRESHMAN 15-6 Shore Conference Tournament Champs Monmouth County Tournament Semi-Finalist

QUICK FACTS  CBA has won the most State and Sectional championships among the Parochial Schools in the Shore Conference  CBA’s Shore Conference Tournament and Monmouth County Tournament Championships and Final’s appearances are the most of any Shore Conference school  CBA is the first school to win (3) consecutive Monmouth County Tournament and Shore Conference Tournament *CBA previously won (3) consecutive Shore Conference Titles in ’00, ’01, ‘02

 CBA has won 17 Divisional Titles , the most of any school in ‘A North  2016 Saw (2) CBA Players selected in the 2016 Major League Baseball Draft: 1. Luca Dalatri - Colorado Rockies 2. Brandon Martorano – Arizona Diamondbacks


OH BROTHERS! DUDEK, DALATRI POWER CBA by Gregg Lerner on Wed, Apr 5, 2017 Dalatri and Dudek. The names are etched in Christian Brothers Academy baseball lore, symbolic of power and a high standard of excellence. They are once again staples in the Colts’ lineup, legacies being carried out by younger siblings saddled with the heavy burden of upholding all that’s attached to the family name. However, the weight no match when measured against the tradition of the program their associated with. Andrea Dalatri, the younger brother of two-time News 12 Varsity Player of the Year and current North Carolina ace Luca Dalatri, and twins John and Eddie Dudek, following in the footsteps of slugging brother Joe, currently in the Kansas City Royals’ organization, respectfully acknowledge all the past accomplishments, but are motivated to carve out their own niche. “We do preach the name of the front is more than the one on the back of the jersey,” said CBA cocah Marty Kenney, who, in his 44th season piloting the Colts, had some wisdom to share. “They understand. I told them I don’t want them to live off reputation but to add to it.” All three heeded the advice on Wednesday. John Dudek and Dalatri each blasted a two-run homer while Eddie Dudek complemented some slick defense in left field with a single and run scored as Christian Brothers rolled past host Manalapan, 91. “I really don’t think about it too much,” said John Dudek, who homered in the fifth when CBA scored three times to open a 7-1 cushion. “Joe is a good role model to look at but I try to be the best player I can be to help the team. It’s time for me and Eddie to step up and continue it.” Dalatri, who played third a year ago as a sophomore, is one of a handful of Colts back from last year’s 21-9 crew that won their third straight Monmouth County and Shore Conference Tournament titles. Eager to lead by example, he finished 3 for 4 with three runs, three RBI and a two-run homer in the seventh that capped the scoring. “We still have a lot of good players on this team,” said Dalatri. “Our mentality remains the same, to go out there and win. We all believe in each other and what we can do. Every at bat counts and all we’re trying to do is compete.” Sophomore shortstop Tommy DeTullio set an auspicious tone for CBA, leading off the game with a home run to left, part of a 2-for-4 afternoon. Junior second baseman Jack Harnisch lined an RBI single, junior catch Tom Rodgers lifted a sacrifice fly and freshman designated hitter Mason Wolf laced a run-scoring single during a three-run fourth to up the margin to 4-0. After junior right fielder Jack Schweitzer got Manalapan to within 4-1 with an RBI single in the fourth, CBA answered with three more in the fifth. Dudek backed an RBI single by Dalatri with a towering two-run blast to right to make it 7-1. Left-hander Blaise Venancio was the beneficiary of the offensive outburst. The junior scattered three hits, walked one and struck out two over five innings to notch his first varsity win. Sophomore righty Spencer Bauer retired the final six batters without incident, stamping the victory with his second strikeout. Christian Brothers Academy (2-0) Manalapan (1-1)

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WP-Blaise Venancio (1-0) LP-John Pudder (0-1) 2B: Mason Wolf (CBA). HR: Tommy DeTullio (CBA); John Dudek (CBA); Andrea Dalatri (CBA). RBI: Tommy DeTullio (CBA); Andrea Dalatri (CBA) 3; John Dudek (CBA) 2; Jack Harnisch (CBA); Tommy Rodgers (CBA); Mason Wolf (CBA).


CBA BEAT FREEHOLD WITH A 5 RUN RALLY IN THE 7TH Steven Falk, Asbury Park Press, April 10, 2017

FREEHOLD - It is a new-look Christian Brothers Academy baseball team. Pitcher/first baseman Luca Dalatri and catcher Brandon Martorano, who led the Colts to three consecutive Shore Conference Tournament and Monmouth County Tournament championships and "The Quadruple Crown'' in 2015 that included the NJSIAA Non-Public A championship over the last three seasons, are now at the University of North Carolina. In their place is a team with few returnees and a lot of new players when it comes to varsity play. However, CBA has not missed a beat. It is off to a 4-0 start after it was opportunistic and scratched out five runs in the top of the seventh inning to record a 5-1 win over Freehold on Monday in a Shore Conference Class A North game. It was the second time the Colts (4-0, 3-0) defeated the Colonials (3-2, 2-2) in an eight-day span. They defeated Freehold 1-0 on April 3. "What I told them (his players) is now we've got to do it collectively,'' said CBA coach Marty Kenney, who is in his 44th season and is the state's second all-time winningest coach with 781. "Nobody is going to replace them (Dalatri and Martorano). We have to collectively do what they (Dalatri and Martorano) did. "They've met the challenge, and I think the fact not too many people gave them respect (before the season started) - we kind of knew that. I talked to them about that. We talked about 'the front of the jersey being more important than the name on the back of the jersey, and you have to live up to certain expectations and raise your performance'.'' CBA has won so far with pitching and defense. It has allowed just four runs, and, according to Kenney, has committed just one error. The Colts do have a standout pitcher in junior Nick Hohenstein, who pitched six innings of one-run, four-hit ball while throwing 98 pitches on Monday after he pitched a one-hitter against Freehold on April 3. "I knew we'd play defense,'' Kenney said. "I knew their capabilities last year, not just the guys coming back but the guys coming up (from sub varsity levels). They had success on the lower levels. Whether it translates to this level, you're never really sure. "The pitching has come along. We've got five or six guys who can throw strikes and compete against good hitters. We're putting the ball in play and putting ourselves in position where other teams have to beat us. We're not beating ourselves. "They've been great to work with. They come to practice hard and they play hard. I don't have to motivate, like I do a lot of teams.'' Freehold was in position to win 1-0 headed into the seventh on Monday as senior Tom Holdorf had allowed four hits over the first six innings on just 87 pitches. However, things changed quickly in the seventh. Tommy Rodgers led off the seventh with a double and then Joe Sparber's infield pop-up to between first and second base was dropped. Joe Duffy's single to right scored courtesy runner Mike Martorano with the tying run after Martorano had stolen third when


nobody was covering third with the Colonials' infield playing for a sacrifice bunt. Another error loaded the bases before freshman Mason Wolf's sacrifice fly to right on a 3-2 pitch plated the go-ahead run. Hohenstein made it 3-1 with an RBI single and Andrea Dalatri made it 4-1 with a run-scoring single. The final run of the inning scored on a walk to John Dudek. "We had a couple of mental lapses, and those are things that maybe we go over one more time if we have an outside practice,'' said Freehold coach Jon Block. "We've had more games than we've had outside practices. Sometimes you can get exposed, and CBA exposed us.'' There was a discrepancy over Holdorf's pitch count in the middle of the seventh inning rally. Kenney thought Holdorf had exceeded the 110-pitch limit for a day that are pitchers are allowed under the NJSIAA's pitch count rule instituted this season when he began pitching to Hohenstein, but Freehold had Holdorf at 109 pitches when he began pitching to Hohenstein, which meant he was able to finish pitching to Hohenstein before he had come out of the game. The home team's pitch count is regarded as official under the pitch count rule. Holdorf wound up throwing 112 pitches before he came out.

JOE ESCANDON DAZZLES IN VARSITY DEBUT, COLTS ADVANCE TO MCT SEMIS Matt Manley, April 30, 2017, Shore Sports Network MIDDLETOWN - Christian Brothers Academy veteran head coach Marty Kenney knew he was going to use sophomore lefthander Joe Escandon at the varsity level at some point during the heavy part of the Colts' schedule. When his time came did come at the varsity level, Escandon was only tasked with facing a Howell team coming off a 19-run outburst in the Monmouth County Tournament Quarterfinals In a tournament game Saturday against a potent offensive team, Escandon looked the part of a seasoned veteran by pitching a four-hit shutout in his first ever varsity appearance as the Colts beat Howell, 3-0. "(Escandon) was originally going to start Monday against Marlboro but because of what happened with our pitch counts over the last couple of days, I said to him, 'We've got to move you up a day,'" Kenney said. "I thought this might be a lot of pressure for him, but he's also very composed. Things don't bother him and he commands the strike zone. He keeps everything down." About 24 hours after scoring 19 runs against Middletown South to earn a game against the No. 1 seed in the tournament, Howell could not figure out CBA's 5-foot-9 sophomore left-hander. Escandon surrendered allowed one hit in both the first and third innings and, at one point, retired nine straight batters from the fourth to the seventh inning. "I was definitely a little nervous at first," Escandon said. "I tried to just focus on making my pitches like I would in any other game. Having a really good defense gave me confidence that I could throw strikes and get outs. It also really helped to get an early lead."


"As soon as Joe got through the first three innings, I just knew he was going to cruise from there," Colts junior Nick Hohenstein said. "He pitches to us in practice and we see the same stuff we saw today, so it wasn't really a surprise today." When Howell did break up the streak of nine straight retired and threatened with runners on first and second in the top of the seventh, Escandon battled Rebels catcher Frank Cianciotta to 3-2 count and tied him up with a fastball on the inside corner to end the game. The strikeout was the eighth of the outing for Escandon and it came on the 90th pitch of the afternoon for the sophomore left-hander. Escandon also did not issue a walk, hit one batter and threw 68 of his 90 pitches for strikes. "I was more worried about getting seven innings than how effective he'd be," Kenney said. "I didn't know what pitch count he could handle effectively. "We had (Nick) Hohenstein ready. Chances are if he had given up another hit, we would have went to him to get the last out." Escandon also benefitted from another strong defensive game by CBA, which did not commit an error on Saturday. Nine of Escandon's outs came on ground balls and after the third inning, all of the outs the sophomore recorded were either ground balls or strikeouts. CBA needed the pitching and defense to be sharp since its offense managed just three hits against Howell junior left-hander Mike Walsh, who allowed three unearned runs in six innings. The Colts gave their sophomore starter a quick 2-0 lead with two runs in the bottom of the first - one on a wild pitch and another on a sacrifice fly by junior third baseman Andrea Dalatri. The Colts added an insurance run in the bottom of the six when Walsh's pickoff throw to first base got away and allowed courtesy runner Ed Dudek to score from second base. "Other people have to contribute," Kenney said. "I wish we had hit a little better, but the two things we have done is pitch and play defense. I told them if we hit a little bit, we might be undefeated right now." Saturday's win keeps CBA's hopes of a fourth consecutive Monmouth County Tournament championship in play. This one would be particularly impressive for the program considering the last three came with Luca Dalatri - the all-time wins leader in Shore Conference history - leading the pitching staff and current University of North Carolina teammate Brandon Martorano as his battery mate. "Every day, we're reminded that there are alumni that wore the same jersey that we do and they won these same tournaments," Hohenstein said. "The balls we put on the outfield wall are a reminder and the years on those balls are attached to the guys who were on those teams. We want to put one of those balls up there too." Hohenstein and Andrea Dalatri are the only two returning starters from last year's team and despite the inexperience, the Colts are the No. 1 seed in the county tournament and still have a chance to win a tournament title. They also have an outside chance to win a Class A North division championship, which last year's team did not accomplish. "It's a different group," Hohenstein said. "We're a young team, but we find a way to get it done. We had a rough stretch last week, but we've played good baseball the last two days and we're back on the right track." CBA will host No. 5 Freehold Boro in the MCT semifinals on Saturday. The two Class A North rivals have already met twice this season, with CBA winning both meetings. Hohenstein earned the win in both starts. "They've seen us twice already and both games were right down to the wire," Hohenstein said. "Both could have gone either way and were able to win both. I would expect it will be pretty much the same thing next weekend."


2017 INDIVIDUAL RECOGNITION 

NICK HOHENSTEIN, 2018, P/OF

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1st Team All-Shore: Shore Sports Network, Asbury Park Press & Star Ledger 3rd Team NJ.com All- Parochial All A’ North Division A’ North Division Hitter of the Year Carpenter Cup Team Selectee Garden State Underclass Games Selectee Shore Conference Underclass ASG Selectee

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2nd Team All- Shore: Star Ledger, Asbury Park Press 3rd Team All- Shore: Shore Sports Network All A’ North Division Carpenter Cup Team Selectee Garden State Underclass Games Selectee Shore Conference Underclass ASG Selectee NJ.com Super Sophs (#23) The Top 40 Sophomores in the State of NJ

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2nd Team All-Shore: Shore Sports Network All A’ North Division Shore Conference Underclass ASG Selectee Shore Conference Underclass ASG: MVP Selection

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Garden State Underclass Games Selectee Shore Conference Underclass ASG Selectee

TOMMT DITULLIO, 2019, SS

BLAISE VENANCIO, 2018, LHP

ANDREA DALATRI, 2018, 3B

 NJ.com Fab Frosh (#17) Ranking the top 50 Freshman in the state of NJ

MASON WOLF, 2020, C


2017 SEASON SCHEDULE AND RESULTS Date Apr. 3 Apr. 5 Apr. 8 Apr. 10 Apr. 11 Apr. 12 Apr. 13 Apr. 17 Apr. 20 Apr. 22 Apr. 23 Apr. 27 Apr. 29 Apr. 30 May 1 May 3 May 7 May 8 May 9 May 11 May 15 May 16 May 17 May 20 May 24 May 25 May 31 June 2

Team FBHS Manalapan Pt. Boro FBHS Brick Mem FTHS Neptune Howell Colts Neck Marlboro Westfield Colts Neck Matawan (MCT) Howell (MCT) Marlboro Neptune FBHS (MCT) Manalapan FTHS Howell Mid North Piscataway Matawan (SCT) FBHS (SCT) Wall (SCT) St. Rose St. Joe Met (state) Bish. Eustace (state)

W/L CBA OPP Record W 1 0 1-0 W 9 1 2-0 W 9 2 3-0 W 5 1 4-0 W 11 5 5-0 L 0 1 5-1 W 1 0 6-1 W 6 5 7-1 L 0 1 7-2 L 5 6 7-3 W 4 3 8-3 L 2 3 8-4 W 6 4 9-4 W 3 0 10-4 L 6 8 10-5 W 10 9 11-5 L 1 10 11-6 W 4 1 12-6 W 2 1 13-6 W 12 6 14-6 L 0 1 14-7 W 15 3 15-7 W 13 0 16-7 W 5 1 17-7 L 0 1 17-8 L 0 9 17-9 W 9 8 18-9 L 2 3 18-10

Shore Sports Network Top 20 Rank 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20

Team TRN RBC TRS Southern Wall Lacey FBHS St. Rose Manasquan Monmouth Jack Lib Mid North CBA Pinelands Manalapan FTHS Mid South Colts Neck Brick Neptune

W 20 21 22 18 19 21 18 24 16 17 17 14 18 13 17 12 14 14 14 10

L 7 9 5 10 7 6 9 4 10 7 10 10 10 12 10 12 11 12 9 13

Star Ledger Top 10 Rank 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Team Southern TRN RBC TRS FBHS St. Rose Manasquan Wall CBA Lacey

W 18 20 20 22 18 24 16 18 18 21

L 9 7 9 5 9 5 10 7 10 6


VARSITY

Matt Barnes 2018 P/OF

Connor Baksh 2019 OF/P

Anthony Celestre 2019 Inf/OF

Andrea Dalatri 2018 3B/P

Tom DiTullio 2019 SS

Joe Duffy 2018 OF

Eddie Dudek 2018 OF

Johnnie Dudek 2018 1B

Joe Escandon 2019 P

Matt Fitzsimmons 2018 Inf/P

Jack Harnisch 2018 2B/

Nick Hohenstein 2018 OF/P

Braedin Hunt 2020 P/OF/Inf

Matt Kern 2018 C

Jake Lawrie 2018 P

Evan Mahns 2019 P

Michael Martorano 2018 OF

Perry Quartuccio 2018 P

Tom Rodgers 2018 C

Blaise Venancio 2018 P


Mason Wolf 2020 C

Ray Martini 2019 Inf/P

Anthony Pillari 2019 C

CJ Shekian 2019 1B/P

Jason Arnott 2020 Inf

Pat Reilly 2020 3B/P

JUNIOR VARSITY

Jason Arnott 2020 Inf

Jackson Baillargeon

Riley Ramins 2020 OF

Pat Reilly 2020 3B/P

2020

Inf

Ethan Diamond 2020 C

Declan Hoverter 2020 P/Inf

Ben Settino 2020 Of

Joe Tutrone 2020 C/Of

Matt Murray 2020 Inf


FRESHMAN

Dylan Archer C/P

Jack Bailey P

Nick Berlingeri Inf/P

Henry Escandon Of/P

Mason Garber Inf/P

Jack Green P/Inf/C

Jack Greenspan Of/P

Donnie Kirk Of

Eric Jaeger Of/P

Michael Jakub P

Alex Jankowski Inf/P

Thomas Izzo Inf

Dillon Knuecker Inf/P

James Langan Of/P

Joe Marini Inf/P

Connor McCormick P

Mike Natali Inf

Robert Setteducati Of


2018 Pre-Season PREVIEWS Shore Sports Network “A North” Capsule CHRISTIAN BROTHERS ACADEMY Head Coach: Marty Kenney, 45th season 2017 Record: 18-10 (9-5, second in A North) Key Returners: Nick Hohenstein (Sr., RHP/OF), Tommy DiTullio (Jr., SS), Andrea Dalatri (Sr., 3B), Johnny Dudek (Sr., 1B), Jack Harnisch (Sr., 2B), Matt Fitzsimmons (Sr., 1B), Blaise Venancio (Sr., LHP), Matt Barnes (Sr., RHP), Matt Kern (Sr., C), Joe Escondon (Jr., LHP) Key Losses: Joe Sparber (C) Key Newcomers: Mason Wolf (So., C), Anthony Celestre (Jr., 2B/OF), Braedin Hunt (So., RHP/OF), Pat Reilly (So., RHP), Jake Lawrie (Sr., LHP) While CBA’s 2017 wasn’t exactly hurting for talent, the Colts entered the year as somewhat of an unknown after relying so much on current University of North Carolina sophomores Luca Dalatri and Brandon Martorano for three very successful seasons. Although CBA did not hang a banner and did not crack the Shore Sports Network Top 10, the Colts made some very important strides with a team that only featured two seniors. Now the Colts return a team with a deep pitching staff, a dangerous lineup and very good athletes around the diamond. Senior Nick Hohenstein has been an impact player and an All-Shore performer in each of his past two seasons with the Colts and enjoyed his best all-around season as a junior. In addition to running an on-base-plus-slugging percentage of 1.109, the La Salle recruit pitched to a 1.78 ERA and a 56-to-10 strikeout-to-walk ratio in 55 innings on the mound, setting new career marks for himself. The Colts also got a breakout year from left-hander and St. Joseph’s commit Blaise Venancio, who sported a sparkling 1.25 ERA over 50 1/3 innings. The third starter was a committee of capable pitchers and among that group this year will be senior right-hander Matt Barnes, junior lefthander Joe Escondon, senior left-hander Jake Lawrie and promising sophomore right-hander Braedin Hunt. CBA will be able to keep runs off the board with its standout pitching, but also thanks to a strong infield defense that returns in full. Junior shortstop and Bryant University commit Tommy DiTullio debuted as one of the Shore’s best defenders in his first year of varsity ball, while senior third baseman Andrea Dalatri drove in a team-best 28 runs out of the clean-up spot. Senior second baseman Jack Harnisch is also back to pair with DiTullio up the middle and seniors Johnny Dudek and Matt Fitzsimmons will split the first base and designated hitter duties. CBA is aiming to put some more runs on the board – something that eluded the Colts more than they would have liked last year – to support a stellar pitching staff that will make it a team to beat in 2018.


ASBURY PARK PRESS PREVIEW PACKAGE Steven Falk CLASS A NORTH This division and Class B North appear to be the Shore Conference's best from top to bottom. The teams in Class A North spent most of last season beating each other before Freehold emerged as the division winner late in the season. Christian Brothers Academy, with a deep pitching staff, led by Nick Hohenstein, Matt Barnes and Blaise Venancio and a solid lineup, led by Hohenstein,Tommy DiTullio and Andrea Dalatri, appears to be the favored. The Colts, however, have little margin for error. They lost four games 1-0 last year and won several games by either one run or in the late innings. Manalapan, with almost its entire lineup and pitching returning from last season, Freehold, which as always, will pitch well, play good defense and solid fundamental ball, should be in the mix. It would surprise nobody if Freehold Township, with a very good pitching staf, Colts Neck, with a good lineup and Marlboro, with the addition of some transfers are in the mix. Neptune, with hard-thowing junior and University of Kentucky-recruit Ron Cole, will be dangerous. The Scarlet Fliers showed how dangerous they can be in last year's NJSIAA Tournament when they advanced to the Central Group III championship and lost to eventual Group III champion Allentown in 10 innings in the final after they began the state tournament with a 7-12 record and as the No. 14 seed in the section. Howell will always score runs in its cozy home ballpark. The Rebels, if their pitching improves from last year, will also be dangerous.

FIVE PITCHERS TO WATCH 1. Tyler Ras (Middletown North): The University of Alabama recruit has been clocked at 93 miles per hour, according to Middletown North head coach Justin Natanson. He could potentially be a high draft choice in June in Major League Baseball's First-Year Player Draft. 2. Austin Nappi (Red Bank Catholic): He will not overwhelm anyone with his velocity, but this 10-game winner from last year, knows how to get outs and knows how to pitch in big games. He was unbeaten in tournament games last year as Red Bank Catholic won the Monmouth County and advanced to the Shore Conference Tournament championship game. 3. Craig Larsen (Toms River North): Larsen is another big-game pitcher. He pitched a complete-game three-hitter against Red Bank Catholic in last year's Shore Conference Tournament championship game and he also pitched a complete-game four-hitter in a win over Toms River South in an Ocean County Tournament semifinal. He has signed with the University of Pennsylvania. | 4. Ron Cole (Neptune):The hard-throwing junior, who has made a nonbinding oral commitment to the University of Kentucky, was Neptune's closer in the Scarlet Fliers' Cinderella run to the NJSIAA Central Group III championship game last season. He picked up two saves and a win in 7 1/3 innings of relief in the state tournament as Neptune won three games by a combined total of four runs. 5. Nick DeGennaro (Toms River East): He was the winning pitcher in all three of Toms River East's wins last year and has outstanding control. He struck out 54 and walked four in 39 innings last year. He could lead a Toms River East resurgence this season. He has signed with Stony Brook.

FIVE HITTERS TO WATCH 1. T.J. Scuderi (Toms River South): Scuderi, who has signed with Monmouth University and is also a very good pitcher, hit .388 last season with four home runs, 25 RBI and 12 stolen bases. 2. Nick Hohenstein (Christian Brothers Academy): Hohenstein, who has signed with LaSalle University and is also a standout pitcher, hit. .369 with three home runs and 22 RBI last season. 3. Riley Maypother (St. Rose): An Asbury Park Press All-Shore selection last year as an infielder, Maypother hit. 520 with five home runs, 12 doubles, four triples and 37 RBI./, 4. David Melfi (Jackson Liberty): The junior catcher was an Asbury Park Press First Team All-Shore selection as a designated hitter after a season in which he had two home runs, 15 doubles and 27 RBI. 5. Sal Monticcolo (Holmdel): Monticcolo was named the Shore Conference Class A Central Hitter of the Year last year by the coaches in that division and was an Asbury Park Press Second Team All-Shore selection after a season in which he hit .507 with four home runs, seven doubles, four triples and 24 RBI.


JERSEY SHORE SPORTING NEWS


2018 Pre-Season RANKINGS NJ.COM STATE TOP 20 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

Delbarton St. Augustine Bishop Eustace Bergen Catholic Don Bosco Prep Gloucester Catholic Egg Harbor Twp Shawnee St. Joe’s Montvale Millburn Seton Hall Prep Washington Twp St Peter’s Prep Toms River North St. Joe’s Metuchen Hunterdon Central RBC CBA Rutherford Toms River South

A North Pre-Season Prediction Shore Sports Network 1. CBA 2. Manalapan 3. Freehold Twp 4. Freehold Boro 5. Colts Neck 6. Marlboro 7. Howell 8. Neptune

ASBURY PARK PRESS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Toms River North Middletown North CBA Wall Manalapan RBC Jackson Liberty Freehold Boro Toms River South Freehold Twp

SHORE SPORTS NETWORK 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Toms River North CBA Middletown North Wall Manalapan Jackson Liberty RBC Freehold Twp Freehold Boro Colts Neck

A North Pre-Season Prediction Asbury Park Press 1. CBA 2. Manalapan 3. Freehold Boro 4. Freehold Twp 5. Colts Neck 6. Marlboro 7. Neptune 8. Howell


NJ.Com Top Returning HITTERS

NJ.Com Top Returning CATCHERS

Nick Hohenstein, Christian Brothers, Sr. Position: Outfielder-Pitcher Height: 6-1 Weight: 225 Bats/Throws: L/R College commitment: LaSalle

Mason Wolf, Christian Brothers, So. Height: 5-10 Weight: 160 Bats/throws: R/R College commitment: Uncommitted

Need to know: A Rawlings Perfect Game High Honorable Mention All-American. ... Has been a staple in the CBA lineup for the last two years. ... Had a .500 on-base percentage in 2017. ... Had a .690 slugging percentage with 4 home runs. Scouts say: "Small in stature, but a very good player. A lefty hitter with better-than-expected pop, he hits the ball where it's pitched."

Need to know: Very talented, well rounded player...can play anywhere on the field Scouts say: "Started as a freshman. A standout swimmer, quick release has to work on his offensive skills."

NJ.Com Top Returning PITCHERS

NJ.Com Top Returning INFIELDERS

Nick Hohenstein, Christian Brothers, Sr. Height: 6-1 Weight: 215 Bats/Throws: L/R College commitment: LaSalle

Tommy DiTullio, Christian Brothers, Jr. Position: Shortstop Height: 6-0 Weight: 180 Bats/Throws: R/R College commitment: Bryant

Need to know: Will also play centerfield. ... He had two home runs, 12 hits and 13 RBI as an offensive player. ... On the mound, he fanned 34 in 32 innings in 2017. ... He walked only six and allowed 17 earned runs. Scouts say: He can be erratic with command, but he is an excellent dual player. His fastball can get up to 91 mph."

Scouts say: “Hit in the clutch for CBA. A consistent, reliable defender.�


2018 SPRING PRESEASON TRIP FT PIERCE / PT ST. LUCIE, FLORIDA The colts returned to Florida for the 18th time this March. Coach Kenney began taking his teams on a spring trip beginning in 1997. His team’s first trained in Cocoa Beach at Cocoa Expo before moving to the Florida Coast Spring Training facility. The Colts have also participated in the USA Baseball Classic in Memphis Tennessee in 2001. The spring trips provide great weather and facilities to train in each year as well as the opportunity to play against teams from all over the country. An additional benefit is the team comradery that is built over the course of the week at various off-field events and excursions.


Batting Avg. (Min 100 ab’s) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Player Jeff Baker Ryan Lillis Vito Chiaravalloti Anthony Giarratano Mike Astino Brian Manning Dave Lardieri Chris Romaglino Dan Avella Rob Johnson

Years 99-00 97-98 97-99 02-04 98-99 98-99 90-93 93-94 07-09 81-83

Player Anthony Buffone Brandon Martorano Vito Chiaravalloti Dave Laufer Dave Ladieri Joe Dudek Vin Avella Jim Laufer Pete Delleani Ryan Murphy

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

1. 2.

3.

Years 98-00 13-16 99-00 64-66 1301-02 90-93 92-93 77-78 73-75 75-77

3B’s 9 7

1. 2. 3. 4.

6 5. 6.

Runs Scored Leaders 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Player Anthony Buffone Dave Lardieri Anthony Giarratano

Dave Laufer Jim Laufer Jeff Baker Vito Chiaravalloti Joe Dudek Vin Avella Mike Astino

Years 97-00 90-93 98-00 05-07 05-07 99-00 97-99 10-13 04-06 98-99

1. 2. 3. 4. 6.

Years 13-16 03-05 99-00 08-09 06-07 73-75 03-05 01-02 92-94

Hits 132 120 117 110 108 105 102 97 97 96

Player Joe Dudek Anthony Buffone Jim Laufer Dave Lardieri Brandon Martorano

Vito Chiaravalloti Dan Avella Dave Laufer Vin Avella

Years 10-13 97-00 05-07 90-93 13-16 07-00 07-0 05-07 04-06

HR’s 23 23 22 21 18 17 16

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

85 83 82 81

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Player Ryan Murphy Todd McGowan Brian Manning Paul Christopher Pat Sullivan Adam Harm Jeremy Suarez Matt Callahan Gary Power

20 17 15

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Player Luca Dalatri Mike Sclafani Kyle Slate Kevin Lillis Blaine Cordes Matt Pidich Marty Kenney Jr Luca Dalatri Pat Light Dave Laufer Steve Skrocki

Years 97-99 97-00 05-07 13-16 98-99 10-13 13-15 05-07 06-09 04-06 02-04

2B’s 31 30 29 28 26 25 24

RBI Leaders 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Years 02-04 85-87 92-93 63-66 01-02 95-97 98-00 94-95 85-87

SB’s 44 39 34 32 31 30 29 27

Player Anthony Buffone Vito Chiaravalloti Dave Lardieri Dave Laufer Joe Dudek Vin Avella Jim Laufer Brandon Martorano

Luca Dalatri Anthony Giarratano

Years 97-00 97-99 90-93 05-07 10-13 04-06 05-07 13-16 13-16 98-00

RBI 136 119 108 96 91 85 84 79 78 73

10 starts+ 8 wins/ .300 avg/ 100 ab’s Player Years w/.avg 1. Luca Dalatri 13-16 35/.324 2. Steve Skrocki 92-94 15/.372 3. Dave Laufer 04-07 14/.393 4. James Cerwinski 82-85 14/.336 5. A.J. Economou 95-96 13/.311 6. Matt Therien 96-97 12/.377 7. Dave Lardieri 90-93 11/.425 8. Jeff Kurtz 78-80 11/.336 9. Charley Carney 74-75 10/.381 10. Chris Lillis 01-02 9/.325

Strikeout Leaders W’s 35 21

Player Vito Chiaravalloti Anthony Buffone Mike Galeotafiore Luca Dalatri Mike Astino Joe Dudek Will Morgan Dave Laufer Anthony Cirillo Vin Avella Ryan Murphy

2-Way Players

SB Leaders Runs 119 106 95 86

Wins Leaders Player Luca Dalatri Kevin Lillis Mike Sclafani Pat Light Kyle Slate Blaine Cordes Sean Driscoll Mike Melissinos Steve Skrocki

Years 97-00 13-16 97-99 05-07 90-93 10-13 04-06 05-07 03-04 02-04

Home Run Leaders

Triples Leaders Player Anthony Giarratano Brandon Martorano Jeff Baker Marty Kenney (Sr) Brandon Martorano Gene Crimoli Dave Lardieri Brian Manning John Johnson Don Jacoby Alex DeSanctis

Doubles Leaders

Hits Leaders Avg. .526 .497 .490 .487 .485 .427 .425 .414 .405 .401

Years 13-16 99-00 06-07 03-05 73-75 10-13 88-90 1208-09 05-07 92-94

E.R.A. (min. 100 inn.) K’s 373 172 170 163 146 144 130 127 124 121

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Player Luca Dalatri Kyle Slate Steve Skrocki Pat Light Dave Laufer Blaine Cordes Sean Driscoll John Granaghan Matt Pidich Marty Kenney Jr

Years 13-16 06-07 92-94 08-09 05-07 73-75 03-05 82-83 10-13 88-90

E.R.A. 0.87 1.02 1.43 1.45 1.88 2.10 2.14 2.15 2.18 2.20


Hits Leaders

Batting Avg. (Min 50 ab’s) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Name Jeff Baker Vito Chiaravalloti Mike Astino Ryan Lillis Vin Avella Dave Lardieri Ryan Lillis Vito Chiaravalloti Ryan Murphy

Year 00 98 99 97 06 93 98 99 04

.Avg .589 .507 .505 .500 .494

1. 2. 3.

4. .493 .489 .488

5.

3.

Name Don Jacoby Brandon Martorano Anthony Lombardi Jeff Baker Chris Romaglino (11) players tied

Year 74 14 06 00 93

3B’s 6 5

Name Joe Dudek Jim Laufer Brandon Martorano Anthony Buffone Dan Avella Lou Santangelo Anthony Buffone Vito Chiaravalloti Chris Farley Luca Dalatri

1.

2. 3. 4

Run Scored Leaders 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Name Anthony Giarratano Mike Astino Jeff Baker Anthony Buffone Jeremy Suarez Lou Santangelo Brian Manning Chris Dolan Justin Arasin Danny Avella

1. 2.

3.

4.

Hits 56 50 48

45

Name Mike Galeotafiore Mike Astino Vito Chiaravalloti Zach Tannenbaum Vin Avella Anthony Buffone Ryan Lillis Nick Hohenstein (6) players tied

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

44 7.

Year 00 14 08 07 16 05 05 97

Year 13 07 15 00 09 01 99 97 94 15

HR’s 11

10 9

R 49 48 47 45 44 43

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

41 40

Name Todd McGowan Ryan Murphy Brian Manning Matt Callahan Pat Sullivan Adam Harm Marc Sansevere Chris Gallagher A.J. Garito

Year 87 04 93 95 01 97 06 95 84

1. 2. 3. 4.

10

9

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Name Kyle Slate Luca Dalatri Luca Dalatri Sean Driscoll Randy Kalinowski Luca Dalatri Steve Skrocki Pat Light Bill Kurtz Mike Melissinos Blaise Venancio

Year 07 14 16 05 74 15 93 08 77 01 17

12

5. 6.

Name Anthony Buffone Anthony Buffone Luca Dalatri Dave Laufer Lou Santangelo Dave Laufer Anthony Giarratano Vito Chiaravalloti Vito Chiarravalloti Chris Caram Dave Lardieri

Year 00 99 15 06 01 07 99 99 97 97 93

RBI 56 49 44 43 42 40

“No Hitters” SB’s 25 23 20 19 18 17

1.

Name Mike Sclafani

Year 00

2.

Kenny Campbell

16 13 07 01 78 71 17

John McCarren Kyle Slate Mike Melissinos

Steve Gallinaro Jose Alonzo Spencer Bauer

ERA 0.38 0.39 0.42 0.65 0.68 0.89 1.05 1.18 1.24 1.25

Team Howell Mid North St. Rose Mid North Marlboro Free Twp Marlboro St. Joe TR St. Joe TR Neptune

Strike-outs Leaders (70+)

E.R.A. Leaders (min 50 inn.) Wins 14 11

2B’s 18 17 16 15 14 13

Year 07 99 98 09 06 99 97 17

RBI Leaders

Stolen Base Leaders

Year 99 99 00 99 00 01 92 99 01 09

Wins Leaders Name Mike Sclafani Luca Dalatri Pat Light Kyle Slate Luca Dalatri Kevin Lillis Sean Driscoll Matt Therien (6) players tied

Doubles Leaders Year 00 99 99 97 15 05 99 07 06 01

Home Run Leaders

Triples Leaders 1. 2.

Name Jeff Baker Anthony Buffone Mike Astino Ryan Lillis Brandon Martorano Joe Durso Anthony Giarratano Dave Laufer Vin Avella Tim Stroebel

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Name Luca Dalatri Luca Dalatri Mike Sclafani Kyle Slate Matt Therien Luca Dalatri Kevin Lillis Blaine Cordes Pat Light Sean McDonald Steve Paterno

Year 15 16 00 07 97 14 00 75 08 95 86

K’s 122 121 112 107 95 90 81 77 73 72


Teams with 20 or More Wins Team 1 2 3 4 5. 6.

2001 2005 2000 1993 2007 1992 2016 1999

2015 2002 1994 2009 1997

2006

Wins 29 27 26 25

2003

21

2008

20

Senior Class with 40+ wins 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Team 2001 2002 2006 1994 2007 2016 2003 1993 2000 2015 2005 2008 2009 1995 1998

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Hits 369 324 308 306 299 292 289 287 286 278

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

60+ Stolen Bases 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Team 1995 1972 1993 2009 2001 1987 2000 1994 1966 2004 2014

Team 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

2000 1993 1966 1978 1992 1976 1963 2001

Team 1999 2001 2000 1997 1993 1994 1992 2006

Runs 359 296 291 269 263 250 230 226

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11.

Team 1974 1993 2007 1975 2015 1973 2005 1966 2006 1977 1964

E.R.A. 1.43 1.53 1.55 1.73 1.78 1.81 1.82 1.84 1.88 1.91 1.95

1975

1982

1986

Team 1999 2001 1993 2000 1997 1994 1992 1998

RBI 309 256 237 236 234 209 207 204

180+ Strikeout

<2.00 Team E.R.A. SB’s 114 85 81 78 76 75 71 66 62 60

1977 1974 2014

3B’s 17 15 14 13 12 11 10

200+ RBI

225+ Runs Scored

Home Runs 38 29 26 25 22 21 19 18 17 16

.Avg .433 .376 .375 .372 .363 .356 .352

10+ Triples 2B’s 83 77 69 66 64 62 60 59 58 54

Team 1999 1998 2001 2007 2009 2000 2015 2006 1997 1993 2017 2002 2014

16+ Home Runs Team 1999 2000 2006 2007 2001 2015 1997 2005 1992 1994 2000 2002 1990 1991

Team 1999 2000 1998 1993 1997 2001 1994

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

50+ Doubles

275+ Hits Team 1999 2001 1997 2000 2015 1993 1994 2007 2005 1998 2002

Team Batting Avg .350+

# of Wins 55 52 50 48 47 46 45 42 40

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Team 2007 2015 2005 2000 2009 1995 2006 1997 2008 2017

E.R.A. 237 232 204 199 196 195 191 187 183 183


Player

Year Drafted Round

Don Jacoby Brian Manning Vito Chiaravalloti Anthony Giarratano Anthony Buffone Lou Santangelo Dave Laufer Kyle Slate *Pat Light *Jim Yacabonis * Joe Dudek

1981 1995 2003 2003 2004 2004 2011 2007 2012 2013 2016

F.A. 9th 15th 3rd 22nd 4th F.A. 37th 1st 13th F.A.

Team

Highest Level

St. Louis Cardinals S.F. Giants Blue Jays Detroit Tigers Philadelphia Phillies Houston Astros Tampa Bay Rays Philladelphia Phillies Seattle Mariners Baltimore Orioles Kansas City Royals

A AA AA Major League A AAA A A Major League Major League A

RYAN RAMIZ 2018

PETE PAPCUN 2018

MATT PIDICH 2018

WILL MORGAN 2019

MIKE GARVEY 2019

JOHN MOSCHELLA 2019

CID PORTER 2020

GIANLUCA DALATRI 2020

BRANDON MARTORANO 2020

KENNY CAMPBELL 2020

BRENDAN GALVIN 2020

Sal Rinaldi 2021

JOE SPARBER 2021


NJ STATE COACHES SENIOR ALL-STAR GAME Year

Player

1987 1990 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2013 2014 2015 2016

Todd McGowan Marty Kenney Jr Aaron Pasko Brian Manning Chris Kenney Sean McDonald Vic Alfonso Matt Therien Ryan Lillis Mike Astino Mike Sclafani Lou Santengelo Pat Sullivan Rob Parks Ryan Murphy Sean Driscoll Vin Avella Kyle Slate Steve McSherry Pat Light Matt Luongo Joe Dudek Ryan Ramiz Will Morgan Cid Porter

Player

Player

John Scalabrini Dave Lardieri Steve Skrocki

Chris Farley

Chris Caram Vito Chiaravalloti Jeff Baker

Anthony Buffone

Chris Lillis

Joe Durso Jordan Warncke Dave Laufer

Jim Laufer

Dan Avella Mike Caputo

SHORE CONFERENCE SENIOR ALL-STAR GAME Year

(Selection began in 1992 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; discontinued in 2002) Player

1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002

Mark Reed Dave Lardieri Andy Kinsella Chris Gallagher Marc Zarro Adam Harm Joe LaRocca Chris Dolan Matt Cangialosi Ryan DeSarno Bob Acampora

Player Aaron Pasko Brian Manning Bart East

Kevin Donahue

Jim Heffernan Justin Arasin Craig Tscherednikov


MONMOUTH-OCEAN ALL-STAR GAME Year

Player

2000

Anthony Buffone Jim Heffernan Chris Contrino Gene Crimoli Rob Parks Ryan Murphy Kevin Lillis Joe Durso Jordan Warncke Kyle Slate Steve McSherry Zach Tanenbaum Matt Luongo Anthony Critelli Pete Papcun Andrew Buccellato Cid Porter Joe Sparber

2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017

(Selection began in 2000) Player

Player

Player

Jeff Baker

Mike Sclafani

Jeremy Suarez

Lou Santangelo Pat Sullivan Chris Urbano John Minio Sean Driscoll Matt Bock Vin Avella Jim Laufer

Tim Stroebel Chris Lillis

Phil Cahill Dan Gallagher

Pete Delleani

Dave Laufer

Mike Galeotafiore

Anthony Cirillo

Kenny Campbell

CARPENTER CUP TEAM SELECTIONS Year

Player

1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017

Stu East Brian Manning Chris Romaglino Sean McDonald Adam Harm Matt Therien Ryan Lillis Anthony Buffone Jeff Baker Lou Santangelo Gene Crimoli Rob Parks Ryan Murphy Kevin Lillis Vin Avella Kyle Slate Pat Light Anthony Cirillo Joe Dudek Joe Dudek Ryan Ramiz Luca Dalatri Luca Dalatri Kenny Campbell Nick Hohenstein

(Selection began in 1992) Player

Player

Player

Dave Lardieri Dave Lardieri Chris Kenney Matt Callahan

Aaron Pasko Steve Skrocki Steve Skrocki

Chris Farley

Chris Caram Anthony Giarrantano Anthony Giarrantano Jeremy Suarez Gene Crimoli Pat Sullivan Kris Urbano Pete Delleani Phil Cahill Jordan Warncke Jim Laufer Dan Avella Dan Avella

Vito Chiaravalloti Vito Chiaravalloti Vito Chiaravalloti Anthony Buffone

Mike Sclafani

Mike Caputo Will Morgan Brandon Martorano Nick Hohenstein Tommy DiTullio

Chris Lillis

Dave Laufer

Mike Galeotafiore

Pat Light

John Moschella Will Morgan

Brandon Martorano


SHORE CONFERENCE UNDERCLASS ASG (2017 First Year) Year

Player

Player

Player

2017

Blaise Venancio

Andrea Dalatri

Nick Hohenstein

GARDEN STATE UNDERCLASS GAMES (2017 First Year) Year

Player

Player

Player

2017

Nick Hohenstein

Andrea Dalatri

Tommy DiTullio

AREA CODE UNDERCLASS GAMES Year 2015

(Long Beach California) Player Player Luca Dalatri

Brandon Martorano

Player


RECORDS VERSUS IN STATE OPPONENTS (includes 2017 season) TEAM Asbury Park Barnegat Brick Twp Bishop Ahr Brick Mem Bishop Eustace Croydon Hall Cedar Ridge Camden Catholic Cen. Regional Colts Neck Don Bosco Delbarton Essex Cath Freehold Boro Freehold Twp Gloucester Cath. Henry Hudson Hillsborough Holmdel Howell Holy Cross Holy Spirit Hudson Catholic Immaculata Jackson Lib. Jackson Mem. Keansburg Keyport Lakewood Lawrenceville Prep Long Branch Manalapan Manchester Marlboro Manasquan Matawan Mater Dei Mid North Mid South Monmouth Reg Monroe Twp

WINS

LOSSES

2 1 8 2 3 1 12 1 5 4 16 2 2 1 14 50 4 14 0 18 55 3 3 3 1 0 2 2 7 9 5 8 52 1 51 5 10 32 52 59 3 2

1 0 8 1 0 3 1 1 3 2 4 2 3 1 4 19 2 3 1 2 23 4 4 0 0 1 1 0 1 5 2 3 24 1 27 0 3 16 39 24 0 0

TIE

1

TEAM

WINS

LOSSES

2 19 1 32 3 30 3 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 2 3 1 11 43 11 8 3 1 13 0 3 8 2 2 7 18 1 22 9 10 8 2 49 4 6 1 9 1

0 5 0 8 5 13 2 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 4 15 4 12 1 3 8 1 0 6 0 0 2 11 0 14 3 8 6 2 9 0 5 4 4 0

1 1 19 0 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1

0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0

Monroe Twp Mon. Don. Moorestown Neptune Notre Dame Ocean Twp Old Bridge Passaic Tech Paul VI Peddie Pinelands Pingry Piscataway Pt Pleasant Beach Pt Pleasant Boro Pope Paul VI Randolph Raritan Red Bank Cath. Red Bank Reg. Roselle Cath. Rumson Seton Hall Shore Reg So. Brunswick So Plainfield So. River So. Regional St. Anthony Trenton St. Augustine Prep St. Joe. Met St. Joe Mont. St. John Vianney St. Mary’s P.A. St. Mary’s S.A. St. Peter’s N. B. St. Peter’s Prep St. Rose T. R. East T.R. North T. R. South Wall Westfield

RECORDS VERSUS OUT OF STATE OPPONENTS Bellevue, Fla Bishop Grimes, NY Bolton, Tenn Corcoran, NY Card. Spellman, NYC East. Meade, Tenn Francis Lewis, NYC Fox Lane, NY Houston, Tenn Springfield, Pa Kenton, Ohio Episcopal Acad, Pa

1 1 1 0 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 0

0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

James Madison, NYC Knoxville Cath, Tenn LaSalle Cath, NYC Oakland, Tenn Parkview Bap. Tenn St Joe Collegiate, NY St. Raymond, NYC Stuyvesant, NYC Tippacanoe, Ohio New Rochelle, NY Paul Laurence Dunbar, Ky SCHA, Pa

TIE

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