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ALL STATE GROUP 2 THIRD TEAM (NJ.COM)
2B ANTHONY SANISCALCHI

DEL VAL BASEBALL TEAM  MOST VALUABLE OFFENSIVE PLAYER
ANTHONY SANISCALCHI

DEL VAL BASEBALL TEAM  MOST VALUABLE DEFENSIVE PLAYER
JOHN CROASDALE

DEL VAL BASEBALL TEAM  MOST VALUABLE PITCHER
JACK REARDON

SKYLAND CONFERENCE MOUNTAIN DIVISION FIRST TEAM

PITCHER JACK REARDON

CATCHER STOY FOHRING

INFIELDER ANTHONY SANISCALCHI

INFIELDER COOPER FRANSEN

OUTFIELDER DANNY SHAPIRO

SKYLAND CONFERENCE MOUNTAIN DIVISION SECOND TEAM

OUTFIELDER JOHN CROASDALE

INFIELDER MIKE KELLY

PITCHER JARED LEEDS

SKYLAND CONFERENCE MOUNTAIN DIVISION HONORABLE MENTION

OUTFIELDER KEVIN HULTS

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INFIELDER ANTHONY SANISCALCHI

2023 LEHIGH VALLEY LIVE .COM/EXPRESS TIMES ALL AREA BASEBALL THIRD TEAM

OF/3B/P DANNY SHAPIRO

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CATCHER STOY FOHRING

2B COOPER FRANSEN

DEL VAL ATHLETE OF THE MONTH

ANTHONY SANISCALCHI

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GAME MVP MANNY MODUGNO

FRIDAY NIGHTS GAME SAW TWO SKYLAND CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS PLAY EACH OTHER AS A TUNE UP FOR THE STATE TOURNAMENT. DEL VAL WON THE MOUNTAIN DIVISION AND BERNARDS SPLIT THE VALLEY DIVISION CHAMPIONSHIP WITH PINGRY. GAME MVP JUNIOR STARTING PITCHER MANNY MODUGNO WENT 5.1 INNINGS WITH 4 STRIKEOUTS, 4 HITS, 3 RUNS (2 EARNED), AND 2 WALKS. SENIOR MIKE KELLY AND JUNIOR DANNY SHAPIRO EACH HAD A DOUBLE IN THE GAME. MONDAY AT 4:00 THE 9TH SEEDED TERRIERS TRAVEL TO THE 8TH SEED BORDENTOWN IN A FIRST ROUND STATE SECTIONAL TOURNAMENT GAME.

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GAME MVP's ANTHONY SANISCALCHI, MIKE KELLY, JOHN CROASDALE, JACK REARDON

TERRIERS GAME MVP's HAVE A HOME RUN DERBY TO POWER DEL VAL TO A 16-7 WIN OVER WARREN HILLS. CROASDALE STARTED THE DERBY WITH A FIRST INNING 2 RUN BLAST OVER THE LEFT FIELD FENCE TO PUT THE TERRIERS UP 2-0. SANISCALCHI LED OFF THE TOP OF THE 4TH WITH A SOLO SHOT OVER THE RIGHT CENTER FENCE TO EXTEND THE DEL VAL LEAD TO 6-2. IN THE TOP OF THE 5TH KELLY CRUSHED A 2 RUN MONSTROUS HOME RUN OVER THE TREES IN RIGHT CENTER TO GIVE THE TERRIERS AN 11-6 LEAD. REARDON LED OFF THE 6TH WITH A DINGER OVER THE LEFT FIELD FENCE FOR DEL VALS 4TH HOME RUN OF THE GAME. CROASDALE STOLE HIS 18TH BASES OF THE SEASON TO BREAK THE SCHOOL RECORD PREVIOUSLY HELD BY RYAN STEPHENS 21'. SANISCALCHI WAS 3 FOR 5 ON THE DAY AND NOW SITS AT 35 HITS, 1 AWAY FROM THE SCHOOL RECORD. FRANSEN AND SHAPIRO EACH HAD 3 HITS ON THE DAY, AND REARDON GOT THE WIN ON THE MOUND.

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GAME MVP STOY FOHRING

GAME MVP JUNIOR CATCHER STOY FOHRING WAS 1 FOR 2 AT THE PLATE WITH AN RBI, RUN SCORED AND A WALK. FOHRING HAS A .442 BATTING AVERAGE, .596 SLUGGING PERCENTAGE, 23 HITS, AND 16 RBI ON THE SEASON. SENIOR CENTERFIELDER JOHN CROASDALE NEEDS ONE STOLEN BASE TO BREAK THE SCHOOL RECORD OF 17 (RYAN STEPHENS 21'). SENIOR SHORTSTOP ANTHONY SANISCALCHI IS AT 31 HITS, FIVE AWAY FROM THE SCHOOL RECORD (36 JAKE WINSOR 97'). SANISCALCHI HAD THE LONGEST HIT STREAK ON THE TEAM AT 18 GAMES, AND LEADS THE TEAM WITH 31 HITS, .463 BATTING AVERAGE, 9 DOUBLES, 19 RBI, AND A .642 SLUGGING PERCENTAGE. FRESHMEN PITCHER MOSSIMO PECCHIA THREW 3 SCORELESS INNINGS, AND DID NOT GIVE UP A HIT. DEL VAL PLAYS AT WARREN HILLS TODAY ON THE FINAL DAY TEAMS CAN GAIN POWER POINTS. THE TERRIERS ARE CURRENTLY THE 10 SEED IN THE CENTRAL JERSEY GROUP 2 RANKINGS.

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GAME MVP DANNY SHAPIRO

GAME MVP JUNIOR DANNY SHAPIRO WAS 3 FOR 4 AT THE PLATE WITH 2 RUNS SCORED, AND PLAYED SOLID DEFENSE ALL NIGHT. SENIOR SHORTSTOP ANTHONY SANISCALCHI WAS 1 FOR 2 WITH 2 WALKS, A DOUBLE, AND 2 RBI. SANISCALCHI NOW HAS AN 18 GAME HIT STREAK, AND IS CLOSING IN ON THE SCHOOL RECORD FOR HITS WITH 31 (36 JAKE WINSOR 97'). SENIOR CENTERFIELDER JOHN CROASDALE STOLE HIS 17TH BASE OF THE SEASON TO TIE THE SCHOOL RECORD WITH RYAN STEPHENS 21'. SANISCALCHI LEADS THE TEAM IN BATTING AVERAGE WITH .484, 19 RBI's, 9 DOUBLE, AND A SLUGGING PERCENTAGE OF .672. STOY FOHRING HAS A .440 BATTING AVERAGE WITH A .600 SLUGGING PERCENTAGE. DANNY SHAPIRO HAS A .418 BATTING AVERAGE, AND COOPER FRANSEN HAS A .404 BATTING AVERAGE. OTHER PLAYERS BATTING AVERAGE MIKE KELLY .360, JOHN CROASDALE .333, JACK REARDON .312.

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GAME MVP RYAN AUTEN

GAME MVP FRESHMEN PITCHER RYAN AUTEN KEPT POPE JOHN OFF BALANCE ALL GAME. AUTEN WENT 78 PITCHES AND 4 1/3 INNINGS WITH NO WALKS. THE TERRIERS HAD A SLOPPY DAY DEFENSIVELY AND GAVE UP 5 UNEARNED RUNS. JUNIOR CATCHER STOY FOHRING HAD 1 OF THE TERRIERS 3 HITS WHEN HE DOUBLED OFF THE LEFT CENTERFIELD FENCE IN THE SECOND INNING. SENIOR ANTHONY SANISCALCHI SINGLED IN THE THIRD INNING TO HELP LOAD THE BASES, BUT THE TERRIERS COULDN'T GET THE CLUTCH HIT TO SCORE ANY RUNS. SANISCALCHI NOW HAS 30 HITS ON THE SEASON AND EXTENDED HIS HIT STREAK TO 17 GAMES. DEL VAL's NEXT GAME IS FRIDAY NIGHT AT THE RIDGE VS PBURG AT 7:00.

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GAME MVP MIKE KELLY

GAME MVP SENIOR MIKE KELLY LEADS DEL VAL TO THEIR 6TH WIN IN A ROW. KELLY WITH A .391 BATTING AVERAGE WAS 4 FOR 4 WITH 2 DOUBLES, 4 RBI, AND 3 RUNS SCORED. THE TERRIERS 18 HIT ATTACK WITH 8 DOUBLES INCLUDED 5 PLAYERS WITH MULTIPLE HITS. FRANSEN WAS 3 FOR 5 WITH 3 RUNS SCORED, AND 3 RBI. SANISCALCHI WAS 2 FOR 5 WITH A DOUBLE, RBI, AND A RUN SCORED. STOY FOHRING WAS 2 FOR 4 WITH 2 DOUBLES, AN RBI, AND A RUN SCORED. STARTING PITCHER DANNY SHAPIRO WAS 2 FOR 4 AT THE PLATE WITH 2 DOUBLES AND A RBI. SHAPIRO HAD OUTSTANDING COMMAND OF ALL 3 OF HIS PITCHES GOING 5 INNINGS WITH 4 STRIKEOUTS, NO WALKS, 3 RUNS (2 EARNED) ON 5 HITS. SANISCALCHI NOW HAS 29 HITS, .475 BATTING AVERAGE AND IS 7 HITS AWAY FROM THE SCHOOL RECORD 36 (JAKE WINSOR 97'). JOHN CROASDALE STOLE HIS 16 BASE OF THE YEAR, AND NOW SITS 1 AWAY FROM TYING THE SCHOOL RECORD 17 (RYAN STEPHENS 21').

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GAME MVP ANTHONY SANISCALCHI

DEL VAL WINS SECOND ROUND HWS COUNTY TOURNAMENT GAME 10-1 OVER LENAPE VALLEY. THE TERRIERS MOVE ON TO PLAY THE #1 SEED POPE JOHN ON WEDNESDAY 5/10. GAME MVP DH ANTHONY SANISCALCHI WAS 3 FOR 4 AT THE PLATE WITH A DOUBLE, RUN SCORED, AND 2 RBI. SANISCALCHI'S HIT STREAK IS AT 15 GAMES, HAS 27 HITS ON THE YEAR, AND 9 HITS AWAY FROM THE SCHOOL RECORD 36 (JAKE WINSOR 97'). SHAPIRO WAS 3 FOR 4 WITH 2 RUNS SCORED, AND AN RBI. CROASDALE WAS 2 FOR 2 WITH A RUN SCORED, 2 WALKS, AND RBI, AND A STOLEN BASE. CROASDALE NOW HAS 15 STOLEN BASES AND IS CLOSING IN ON THE SCHOOL RECORD 17 (RYAN STEPHENS 21'). STOY FOHRING WAS 2 FOR 3 WITH A RUN SCORED, DOUBLE, RBI, AND HBP. TRAMO WAS 1 FOR 1 WITH 2 RBI ON THE DAY AS WELL. MIKE KELLY WAS 1 FOR 4 WITH A TRIPLE, RBI, AND RUN SCORED. STARTING PITCHER JACK REARDON PICKED UP THE WIN ON THE MOUND.

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GAME MVP DANNY SHAPIRO

DEL VAL WINS THE SKYLAND CONFERENCE MOUNTAIN DIVISION WITH 15-2 WIN OVER MANVILLE. THE TERRIERS WENT 7-1 IN CONFERENCE PLAY, AND ARE ON A 4 GAME WIN STREAK GOING INTO TOMORROWS HWS TOURNAMENT GAME VS LENAPE VALLEY. WITH A 5-2 LEAD IN THE 5TH INNING, THE TERRIERS BROKE AWAY FROM MANVILLE SENDING 16 BATTERS TO THE PLATE AND SCORING 10 RUNS. GAME MVP JUNIOR STARTING PITCHER DANNY SHAPIRO WENT 4 INNINGS WITH 4 STRIKEOUTS, 1 WALK, AND ONLY GAVE UP 4 HITS AND 2 EARNED RUNS. THE "NO FLY ZONE" TERRIER OUTFIELD DEFENSE (CROASDALE, HULTS, LEEDS)HAD SHAPIRO'S BACK ALL DAY RUNNING DOWN SEVERAL FLY BALLS HIT IN THE GAPS. SHAPIRO ALSO WENT 2 FOR 3 AT THE PLATE WITH 3 RUNS SCORED, 3 RBI, 1 DOUBLE, AND A WALK. SANISCALCHI LEADING OFF THE 2ND INNING JUMP STARTED THE TERRIERS OFFENSE BY CRUSHING A FIRST PITCH FASTBALL 375 FT OFF THE LEFTCENTER FENCE. THE DOUBLE KEPT HIS 14 GAME HIT STREAK IN TACT. FRANSEN HAD HIS 7TH 2 HIT GAME OF THE SEASON. CROASDALE WAS 2 FOR 4 WITH 2 RUNS SCORED, 2 RBI, AND 4 STOLEN BASES.

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GAME MVP MOSSIMO PECCHIA

GAME MVP FRESHMEN RELIEF PITCHER MOSSIMO PECCHIA THREW A SCORELESS FINAL 4 INNINGS TO EARN THE WIN AND SEND THE TERRIERS INTO THE SECOND ROUND OF THE HUNTERDON WARREN SUSSEX TOURNAMENT. PECCHIA ENTERED THE GAME IN THE 4TH INNING AND DIDN'T GIVE UP A HIT THE REST OF THE GAME, HE STRUCKOUT 3, AND WALKED 1. FRESHMEN COOPER FRANSEN WAS 1 FOR 3, SCORED TWICE, HAD A STOLEN BASE, AND THE GO AHEAD RBI IN THE BOTTOM OF THE 6TH INNING. SENIOR SHORTSTOP ANTHONY SANISCALCHI WAS 1 FOR 3 AND EXTENDED HIS HIT STREAK TO 13 GAMES. DEL VAL TRAVELS TO LENAPE VALLEY ON SATURDAY AT 2:00 FOR THE SECOND ROUND GAME OF THE HUNTERDON WARREN SUSSEX TOURNAMENT. DEL VAL IS THE 9TH SEED AND LENAPE VALLEY IS THE 8TH SEED.

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GAME MVP MIKE KELLY

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GAME MVP PERNA FAMILY

A SPECIAL THANK YOU TO THE PERNA FAMILY FOR ALL YOUR KINDNESS, DONATIONS, AND WORK YOU HAVE DONE FOR DEL VAL OVER THE YEARS. THANK YOU FOR LOANING YOUR ROLLER TO US SO WE COULD TAKE CARE OF THOSE BAD HOPS IN OUR INFIELD!

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GAME MVP JACK REARDON

GAME MVP JUNIOR STARTING PITCHER JACK REARDON DOMINATES SOUTH HUNTERDON AND KEEPS THE TERRIERS AT THE TOP OF THE DIVISION WITH TWO GAMES TO GO. REARDON THREW A 6 INNING COMPLETE GAME WITH 7 STRIKEOUTS, 2 WALKS, 3 RUNS, 2 EARNED RUNS, ON 5 HITS. SANISCALCHI GOT THE TERRIER OFFENSE ON THE SCOREBOARD IN THE BOTTOM OF THE THIRD WHEN HE HIT A 3-1 FASTBALL OFF THE LEFTCENTER FENCE TO SCORE KEVIN HULTS. SANISCALCHI WAS 2 FOR 4 WITH 2 RUNS SCORED, 2 DOUBLES, AND 3 RBI. HE EXTENDED HIS HIT STREAK TO 11 GAMES AND 21 HITS ON THE SEASON. STOY FOHRING WAS 3 FOR 4 WITH A RUN SCORED, 3 RBI, AND A DOUBLE. DANNY SHAPIRO WAS 2 FOR 4 WITH A RUN SCORED AND 2 RBI. COOPER FRANSEN WAS 2 FOR 4 WITH 3 RUNS SCORED, AN RBI, AND A STOLEN BASE.

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GAME MVP STOY FOHRING

GAME MVP JUNIOR CATCHER STOY FOHRING WAS 1 FOR 2 WITH A TRIPLE AND A WALK. FOHRING WAS ALSO SOLID BEHIND THE PLATE, LEADING THE TERRIER BATTERY TO 8 STRIKE OUTS, 2 WALKS, ONE CAUGHT STEALING, AND NO STOLEN BASES ON THE DAY. JUNIOR STARTING PITCHER KEVIN HULTS THREW 6.1 STRONG INNINGS, WITH 8 STRIKEOUTS, 2 WALKS, AND 3 EARNED RUNS ON 92 PITCHES. SANISCALCHI WAS 1 FOR 3 WITH A SINGLE (19TH OF THE SEASON), A WALK, 2 RUNS SCORED, AND EXTENDED HIS HIT STREAK TO 10 GAMES. SENIOR MIKE KELLY WAS 1 FOR 1 WITH 2 WALKS. IN THE TOP OF THE 6TH WITH THE SCORE TIED AT 2-2, CROASDALE LED OFF WITH HBP, STOLE SECOND, AND SCORED FROM THIRD BASE ON A BALK CALL TO GIVE THE TERRIERS THE LEAD 3-2. DEL VAL (5-5) WAS UNABLE TO HOLD THE LEAD, GAVE UP 2 RUNS IN THE BOTTOM OF THE 7TH AND LOST 4-3.

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GAME MVP COOPER FRANSEN

GAME MVP FRESHMEN COOPER FRANSEN WAS 1 FOR 3 AND EXTENDED HIS HIT STREAK TO 9 GAMES. FRANSEN WALKED AND WAS IN SCORING POSITION TWICE, BUT THE TERRIERS FAILED TO BRING HIM IN. SENIOR ANTHONY SANISCALCHI WAS 1 FOR 3 AND ALSO EXTENDED HIS HIT STREAK TO 9 GAMES. SANISCALCHI LEADS THE TEAM IN HITS WITH 18, AND IS ON PACE TO CHALLENGE THE SCHOOL HIT RECORD OF 36 SET BY JAKE WINSOR IN 1997. CURRENT PHYSICS TEACHER DAN BROKAW IS SECOND IN HITS WITH 34 IN 2009. JUNIOR DANNY SHAPIRO WAS 1 FOR 3 AT THE PLATE, AND THREW 3 SCORELESS INNINGS WITH 6 STRIKEOUTS AND 1 HIT.

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GAME CO-MVP's STOY FOHRING AND JACK REARDON

GAME CO-MVP JUNIOR DH CLEAN UP HITTER JACK REARDON LED A FIRST INNING 12 RUN ATTACK WITH A SINGLE AND A 3 RUN HR WITH 4 RBI AND 2 RUNS SCORED. GAME CO-MVP JUNIOR CATCHER STOY FOHRING WAS 2 FOR 2 WITH 2 WALKS AND REACHED BASE ALL 4 AT BATS, INCLUDING TWICE IN THE FIRST INNING 12 RUN ATTACK. ALONG WITH REARDON, SANISCALCHI AND FRANSEN HAD 2 HITS EACH TO EXTEND THEIR HIT STEAKS TO 8 GAMES. SENIOR MIKE KELLY WAS 3 FOR 5 WITH AN RBI AND 2 RUNS SCORED. JUNIOR STARTING PITCHER MANNY MODUGNO DOMINATED ON THE MOUND WITH 8 STRIKEOUTS IN EARNING THE WIN FOR THE TERRIERS.

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GAME MVP ANTHONY SANISCALCHI

GAME MVP SENIOR SHORTSTOP ANTHONY SANISCALCHI GOES 4 FOR 5 AT THE PLATE WITH 3 RBI, A RUN SCORED, AND A STOLEN BASE. IN THE SECOND INNING TIED AT 0-0, WITH THE BASES LOADED AND 2 OUTS, SANISCALCHI RIPS A TWO RUN SINGLE DOWN THE THIRD BASE LINE. SANISCALCHI SINGLED IN ANOTHER RUN IN THE THIRD INNING WITH HIS THIRD HIT OF THE GAME. WINNING PITCHER JUNIOR JACK REARDON GAVE UP 1 HIT AND 2 UNEARNED RUNS ON 6 STRIKEOUTS IN 5 INNINGS OF WORK. REARDON ALSO WENT 2 FOR 4 AT THE PLATE WITH AN RBI AND RUN SCORED. FRANSEN, REARDON, AND SANISCALCHI EXTENDED THEIR HIT STREAKS TO 7 GAMES. THE TERRIERS (4-3) VISIT BELVIDERE ON THURSDAY IN ANOTHER DIVISIONAL GAME.

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GAME MVP JOHN CROASDALE

SENIOR CENTERFIELDER CLEAN UP HITTER JOHN CRAOSDALE WAS THE GAME MVP TODAY. HE WAS 2 FOR 4 WITH A GAME TYING RBI SINGLE IN THE 4TH. ANTHONY SANISCALCHI, JACK REARDON, AND COOPER FRANSEN EACH SINGLED TO KEEP THEIR HIT STREAK GOING AT 6 GAMES. THE TERRIERS DROPPED A TOUGH LOSS TO THE TIGERS GIVING UP 2 RUNS IN THE 7TH ON A COUPLE DEFENSIVE ERRORS. NEXT WEEK DEL VAL HAS 4 GAMES. MONDAY THE TERRIERS ARE ON THE ROAD TO GILL ST BERNARDS. TUESDAY MANVILLE (5-1) COMES IN TO TOWN FOR A BATTLE TO STAY AT THE TOP OF THE DIVISION. THURSDAY THE TERRIERS TRAVEL TO BELVIDERE IN ANOTHER CONFERENCE GAME, AND THEN FRIDAY NIGHT THE TERRIERS WILL BE BACK AT THE RIDGE VS WARREN HILLS AT 7:00.

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GAME MVP JOHN CROASDALE

DEL VAL RESPONDS IN A TOUGH MATCH UP VS BOUND BROOK's ACE, NJIT COMMIT JAKE ANDERSON. DOWN 2-0 GOING INTO THE BOTTOM OF THE SECOND, GAME MVP SENIOR JOHN CROASDALE HITS A LEADOFF SINGLE, AND LATER THAT INNING A 3 RUN SINGLE TO GIVE THE TERRIERS A 7-2 LEAD. CROASDALE FINISHED THE DAY 3 FOR 3, WITH 3 RUNS SCORED, 4 RBI, A STOLEN BASE AND HBP. DEL VAL CONTINUED IT's 14 HIT ATTACK AND CHASING ANDERSON IN THE THIRD WITH A 12-2 LEAD. THE TERRIERS WOULD BUILD THEIR LEAD TO 20-2 BEFORE THE 3RD INNING ENDED. DANNY SHAPIRO WAS 3 FOR 4 WITH 2 RUNS SCORED, 3 RBI, AND A STOLEN BASE. FRANSEN CONTINUED HIS HIT STREAK GOING 2 FOR 3 WITH 2 RUNS SCORED, 2 RBI, A WALK AND STOLEN BASE. SANISCALCHI AND REARDON ALSO KEPT THEIR HIT STREAK GOING.

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GAME MVP ANTHONY SANISCALCHI

SENIOR SHORTSTOP ANTHONY SANISCALCHI WAS 2 FOR 4 WITH A HR, RBI, AND A RUN SCORED. JUNIOR PITCHER JACK REARDON WAS 2 FOR 4 WITH A DOUBLE. JUNIOR CATCHER STOY FOHRING WAS 2 FOR 4 WITH A RUN SCORED. FRESHMEN COOPER FRANSEN DOUBLED AND HAD AN RBI. SANISCALCHI, REARDON, AND FRANSEN CONTINUED THEIR 4 GAME HIT STREAK, AND HAVE A HIT IN EVERY GAME.

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GAME MVP MIKE KELLY

GAME MVP CANISIUS COLLEGE DIVISION 1 COMMIT MICHAEL KELLY WAS 2 FOR 3 WITH A DOUBLE, 2 RBI, RUN SCORED, AND A WALK. WITH DEL VAL DOWN 5 IN THE TOP OF THE 7TH, SANISCALCHI, KELLY, AND REARDON HIT BACK TO BACK TO BACK DOUBLES TO TIE THE GAME AT 6-6. SOUTH SCORED IN THE BOTTOM OF THE 7TH ON A 2 OUT BASES LOADED ERROR. THE TERRIERS STRUGGLED ALL DAY IN THE FIELD WITH 8 ERRORS. STARTING PITCHER JUNIOR JACK REARDON WENT 4 INNINGS GIVING UP 3 HITS, 5 RUNS (1 EARNED RUN), 4 STRIKEOUTS, AND 2 WALKS. SANISCALCHI WAS 2 FOR 4 WITH 2 RUNS SCORED, A DOUBLE, AND RBI.

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GAME CO-MVP's COOPER FRANSEN AND MANNY MODUGNO

GAME CO-MVP FRESHMEN SHORTSTOP COOPER FRANSEN WAS 2 FOR 3 WITH 3 RUNS SCORED, 2 STOLEN BASES, AND AN RBI. GAME CO-MVP JUNIOR PITCHER MANNY MODUGNO THREW A 5 INNING COMPLETE GAME SHUTOUT WITH 8 STRIKEOUTS, AND A WALK TO EARN THE WIN. SANISCALCHI WAS ALSO 2 FOR 2 WITH 2 RUNS SCORED, A DOUBLE, AND AN RBI. SENIOR CENTERFIELDER JOHN CROASDALE WAS 1 FOR 2 WITH 2 RUNS SCORED, 1 RBI, 4 STOLEN BASES, HBP, AND A WALK.

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GAME MVP KEVIN HULTS

GAME MVP JUNIOR KEVIN HULTS EARNED THE SAVE AS HE SHUT DOWN THE TIGERS OFFENSE THE LAST THREE INNINGS TO HELP LEAD THE TERRIERS TO A 1-0 START. HULTS ALSO HAD 3 RBI, A HIT, STOLEN BASE, AND SCORED TWICE. FRESHMEN STARTING PITCHER RYAN AUTEN EARNS FIRST CAREER HS WIN ON OPENING DAY. AUTEN ALSO DELIVERED 2 HITS AND AN RBI. FRESHMEN SHORTSTOP COOPER FRANSEN WAS 2 FOR 4 WITH A STOLEN BASE AND RUN SCORED IN HIS DEBUT. JUNIOR DANNY SHAPIRO HIT A FIRST INNING 3 RUN DOUBLE TO GIVE DEL VAL A 4-0 LEAD. THE TERRIERS THEN BUILT A 10-3 LEAD AFTER 3 INNINGS BEHIND MULTIPLE HIT PERFORMANCES BY SENIOR ANTHONY SANISCALCHI, JUNIORS JACK REARDON AND STOY FOHRING.

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Past Events

TitleDateLocation
Varsity Away vs Bordentown22 May 2023Loss 4-0
Varsity Home vs Bernards19 May 2023LOSS 3-1
Varsity Away vs Warren Hills17 May 2023WIN 16-7
Varsity Away vs Gill St. Bernards16 May 2023LOSS 7-3
Varsity Home vs P'Burg12 May 2023LOSS 7-6
Varsity Away vs Pope John10 May 2023LOSS 10-0
Varsity/JV Away vs North Warren08 May 2023WIN 14-3
Varsity Away vs Lenape Valley06 May 2023WIN 10-1
Varsity/JV Away vs Manville04 May 2023WIN 15-2
Varsity vs Wallkill Valley03 May 2023WIN 4-2
Varsity/JV Away vs Bound Brook02 May 2023WIN 7-4
Varsity Home vs South Hunterdon25 Apr 2023WIN 13-3
Varsity Home vs Voorhees24 Apr 2023LOSS 4-3
Varsity Home vs Warren Hills21 Apr 2023LOSS 5-0
Varsity/JV Away vs Belvidere20 Apr 2023WIN 15-3
Varsity/JV Home vs Manville18 Apr 2023WIN 10-2
Varsity Home vs Hackettstown14 Apr 2023LOSS 6-4
Varsity Home vs Bound Brook13 Apr 2023WIN 20-7
Varsity Home vs Ramapo11 Apr 2023LOSS 11-4
Varsity Away vs South Hunterdon05 Apr 2023LOSS 7-6
Varsity/JV Home vs Belvidere04 Apr 2023WIN 12-0
Varsity Away vs Hackettstown03 Apr 2023WIN 11 - 10

Marty White

Varsity Head Coach

Coach White enters his 20th year as the Head Coach of the Del Val Baseball program. He was inducted into the NJSCA Hall of Fame in 2018. He has been a Physical Education, Health, and Driver Education Teacher and Coach at Del Val since 2001. He graduated from Warren Hills HS in 1991, and from East Stroudsburg University with a degree in Movement Studies and Exercise Science in 1996.

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Mike Miklosey

Assistant Varsity Coach/JV Head Coach

Coach Miklosey is in his 9th year coaching for the program. He played for the Terriers from 2002-2006, and led the team to a conference title in 2005. In 2008, he won the ABCA/Rawlings Gold Glove Award. He graduated from Raritan Valley CC, and Richard Stockton College of NJ. He is currently a Special Education Teacher here at Del Val, and is also the Del Val Boys Soccer Head Coach. Coach Miklosey led the boys soccer team to the Sectional Finals in 2019 and 2020. He also guided the 2018 and 2019 team to the HWS County Tournament Finals.

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Billy Gregson

Assistant Varsity Coach/Freshmen Head Coach

Coach Gregson is in his 7th year with the program. He graduated from Del Val in 1990, and from Kean College with a BA in Communication in 1994. Coach Gregson has been our TV-Media Teacher since 2012, and is a former producer at Fox News Channel from 1996-2007. Coach Gregson was also a baseball umpire for the NJSIAA and Diamond Nation from 2009-2016.

Phil Hutchins

Assistant Varsity Coach

Coach Hutchins graduated from Del Val in 2004, and TCNJ in 2011. He has been in the DV Baseball program for 9 years, and in the wrestling program for 20 years. In 2019 he was named the District Wrestling Assistant Coach of the Year, and the Region Wrestling Coach of the Year. He currently works at the Flemington Wallmart as a floor associate where he has been for 9 years. His favorite hobby outside of dedicating his time and services to Del Val is hunting.

2022 Awards image2022 Awards image2022 Awards image
Del Val Baseball Team Most Valuable Offensive Player
Anthony Saniscalchi

Del Val Baseball Team Most Valuable Defensive Player
Stoy Fohring

Del Val Baseball Team Coaches Award
Zach Erling

FIRST TEAM SKYLAND CONFERENCE MOUNTAIN DIVISION
John Croasdale - Outfield
Anthony Saniscalchi - Second base

SECOND TEAM SKYLAND CONFERENCE MOUNTAIN DIVISION
Jack Reardon - Third Base
Justin Kolpan - Outfield
Zach Erling - Pitcher

HONORABLE MENTION SKYLAND CONFERENCE MOUNTAIN DIVISION
Jaden Corbin - Shortstop
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Del Val Baseball Team Most Valuable Offensive Player
Anthony Saniscalchi

Del Val Baseball Team Most Valuable Defensive Player
Stoy Fohring

Del Val Baseball Team Coaches Award
Zach Erling

FIRST TEAM SKYLAND CONFERENCE MOUNTAIN DIVISION
John Croasdale - Outfield
Anthony Saniscalchi - Second base

SECOND TEAM SKYLAND CONFERENCE MOUNTAIN DIVISION
Jack Reardon - Third Base
Justin Kolpan - Outfield
Zach Erling - Pitcher

HONORABLE MENTION SKYLAND CONFERENCE MOUNTAIN DIVISION
Jaden Corbin - Shortstop

Governor Livingston 12 Del Val 2

Governor Livingston (22-6) the 3 seed in Central Jersey Group 2 was able to take advantage of 7 Del Val errors and scored 6 unearned runs to advance to next round with a 12-2 win. Jaden Corbin led the Terriers going 2 for 3 at the plate, with a Double, and Run Scored. Stoy Fohring was 1 for 1 with a Double, and threw out a runner trying to steal. Del Val finished the season with a record of 9-12.

Voorhees 6 Del Val 2

Michael Kelly Led the Terrier offense going 2 for 3 with a Double, Walk, Run Scored, and a Stolen Base. Anthony Saniscalchi was also 2 for 4 with a Double and an RBI. Chris Stavac scored the other Run for Del Val, and was 1 for 2 at the plate. Sophomore Pitchers Manny Modugno and Kevin Hults did a nice job on the mound keeping the Voorhees offense led by 13 Seniors off balance most of the night.

Del Val 8 Gill St. Bernards 7

Del Val trailed 4-0 until John Croasdale hit a 3 Run HR in the third inning to make it 4-3. Michael Kelly then Homered in the 5th inning to give the Terriers a 5-4 lead. After giving up 3 runs in the top of the 7th the Terriers were in a big hole. The comeback win was started with back to back singles by Reardon and Kelly, and a walk by Corbin to load the bases. Sean Donnelly singled in the first run, then Hartung was HBP to tie the game and set the stage for Aaron Weinhold. Weinhold hit a full count hard grounder to second base that scored the winning run, as the Terrier bench stormed the field.

P'Burg 3 Del Val 1

Pitcher Zach Erling and the Del Val defense took P'burg into the 6th inning tied at 1-1, but the Terrier offense wasn't enough to over come a Stateliners run in the 6th and another in the 7th. Junior Anthony Saniscalchi was 1 for 3 with a Run Scored and a Walk, Junior Michael Kelly and Sophomore Manny Modugno produced the only other Terrier hits on a quiet offensive night at the plate.

Warren Hills 6 Del Val 5

Del Val loaded the bases in the bottom of the second inning with no outs and came away with no runs. The trend continued throughout the game as the Terriers stranded 5 more runners in scoring position. The defense also struggled in the middle innings making 7 errors and giving up 6 unearned runs. Saniscalchi was 1 for 2 with a Run Scored, 2 Walks, and a Stolen Base. Kelly was also 1 for 2 with a Run Scored, 2 HBP, an RBI, and 2 Stolen Bases. Corbin was 1 for 3 with a Double, 2 Stolen Bases and a Walk.

Del Val 9 Manville 5

Game MVP Michael Kelly hit a Grand Slam half way up the trees in right field in the bottom of the 2nd inning to give the Terriers a 9-2 lead. John Croasdale stayed hot at the plate going 2 for 3 with a Double, Triple, RBI, and Scored Twice. Croasdale has 6 hits on the week with 4 Extra Base Hits. Jaden Corbin Singled, Walked twice, Scored a Run, and Stole 2 Bases to also help lead the Terrier offensive attack. Jack Reardon earned the win on the mound.

Bernards 5 Del Val 4

Game MVP Jaden Corbin was 2 for 3 at the plate with a Double, Triple, and Scored a Run. Corbin also had a perfect day in the field at short stop with 5 assists and 2 put outs. Jack Reardon was 2 for 3, and Michael Kelly Homered in the top of the 7th to make it a 5-4 game and keep the Terriers alive. Although Del Val defense worked out of a bases loaded, no outs jam in the bottom of the 5th, but they couldn't overcome giving up 5 runs, 1 earned, on a 5 error day.

Del Val 7 Princeton Day 2

Game MVP John Croasdale led the Terriers in a 7-2 win over Princeton Day. He was 3 for 4 with 2 Doubles, 2 RBI, a Run Scored, and a Stolen Base. Justin Kolpan had a dominating performance on the mound with 9 strike outs in 5 innings of work and gave up no runs. Kolpan was also 2 for 2 at the plate with 3 Stolen Bases, an RBI, a Run Scored, and a Walk. Fohring and Saniscalchi also Doubled on the day.

Hackettstown 11 Del Val 3

Jack Reardon was 1 for 1 with an RBI Sac Fly. Justin Kolpan was 1 for 1 with a Run Scored, Double, Stolen Base, and a Walk. Anthony Saniscalchi was 1 for 3 with a Run Scored, and a Stolen Base. Jaden Corbin was 1 for 2 with a Run Scored, and a Stolen Base. Kevin Hults made his first appearance on the mound this season to close the game striking out 3 of the last 4 batters.

Del Val 6 South Hunterdon 3

Saniscalchi led off the game with a solo HR in the bottom of the 1st inning to give the Terriers an early lead. Hartung doubled to lead off the 2nd inning and scored on Hults RBI single to left. Then Game MVP Jaden Corbin Homered to push the lead to 3-0 after 2 innings. Kolpan hit a solo HR in the bottom of the 5th to extend the Terrier lead to 4-1. Reardon was 2 for 3 at the plate with a double, Saniscalchi and Corbin had 2 RBI each, and Erling Picked up his 3rd win of the season on the mound.

Pingry 6 Del Val 5

In the third inning Anthony Saniscalchi had an RBI Double, and scored when Jack Reardon hit a deep sac fly to left center that helped give Del Val an early 2-1 lead. In the top of the seventh down 6-2 with the bases loaded, Game MVP Jack Reardon doubled to the right center gap to bring the Terriers within a run, but Del Val was unable to get the tying run across the plate, and fell to undefeated Pingry 6-5.

Del Val 16 Manville 5

Game MVP John Croasdale led a 12 hit attack and the Terriers to a 16-5 win in Manville. He was 3 for 4 at the plate with a Double, Triple, 2 Runs Scored, a Stolen Base, and 4 RBI. Anthony Saniscalchi continues to stay hot at the plate going 3 for 5, with 3 Runs Scored, a Double, 2 Stolen Bases, and 2 RBI. Jack Reardon was 2 for 3 with a Double, 2 RBI, a Run Scored, and a Walk. Aaron Weinhold also hit an RBI Double to the left center fence.

ZACH ERLING

CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR SKYLAND CONFERENCE DELAWARE VALLEY MALE SCHOLAR ATHLETE ZACH ERLING. ZACH WILL BE ATTENDING THE UNIVERSITY OF NOTRE DAME IN THE FALL!

Pope John 11 Del Val 1

Game MVP Anthony Saniscalchi led off the game with a triple to right center, and then scored on a Michael Kelly ground out. Senior Greg Hartung reached base twice by walk and hit by pitch. Jaden Corbin made the Web Gem Play of the Game, diving up the middle fielding a ground ball and throwing out the runner at first.

Del Val 9 Belvidere 3

Game MVP Jaden Corbin was 3 for 4 with 4 stolen bases, scored a run, and had an RBI. Sophomore Pitcher Manny Modugno recorded his first career Varsity win. Senior Logan Gossett was 2 for 3, scored a run, and had an RBI.

Del Val 4 Bound Brook 2

Game MVP Junior Pitcher Justin Kolpan battled through a 112 pitch complete game leading the Terriers to the win. Kolpan dominated the Crusaders with complete command recording 13 strike outs, 1 walk, on 3 hits, and gave up 1 earned run. Michael Kelly led the Terrier offense with 2 RBI, and John Croasdale also had an RBI.

Del Val 8 South Hunterdon 2

Del Val was led by Game Co-MVPs Senior Jaden Corbin and Junior Anthony Saniscalchi. They sucked up everything in the middle infield combining for two double plays and ten put outs. Saniscalchi was also 3 for 4 at the plate with an RBI, 2 Runs Scored, a double, and a walk. Zach Erling went 6 strong innings to get the win on the mound.

South Hunterdon 7 Del Val 0

Game MVP Senior Chris Stavac was 1 for 1 with a walk and 2 stolen bases. Anthony Saniscalchi was 1 for 3 with a stolen base. Pitcher Michael Kelly walked twice, stole 2 bases, and in 4 innings he struck out 7 and only gave up 1 earned run.

Hackettstown 11 Del Val 6

Game MVP Junior Michael Kelly reached base 3 times, Scored a run, and had an RBI. Junior Anthony Saniscalchi also reached base 3 times and scored a run. Senior Chris Stavac had his first Varsity career hit.

Pingry 5 Del Val 0

Game MVP Junior Justin Kolpan broke up a no hitter in the 6th inning with a double off the fence in left center. He also had 2 stolen bases on the day. Pitcher Zach Erling had another great outing giving up 1 unearned run in 5 innings. Catcher Stoy Fohring made 2 bigs plays in the game throwing out a runner stealing third and picking off a runner at first. Sophomore outfielder Kevin Hults also had a spectacular play throwing out a runner at the plate from right field.

Bound Brook 6 Del Val 0

Del Val lost the season opener to Bound Brook and Ace Jake Anderson, an NJIT commit who consistently threw upper 80s in his 113 pitch outing. Sophomore Catcher Stoy Fohring was the Game MVP for the Terriers. He went 2 for 3 at the plate, and had a solid day defensively throwing out 2 runners trying to steal second. Senior Greg Hartung, and Junior Joey Kletter collected their first Varsity hits of their career.

Del Val 21 Belvidere 0

Game MVP Junior Pitcher Justin Kolpan gave up no hits through 5 innings before giving way to Senior Logan Gossett to complete the no hitter. Kolpan finished with 10 strike outs, and Gossett finished with 3 strikeouts 1 walk. Joey Kletter, Anthony Saniscalchi, and Manny Modugno each finished with 2 hits on the day to lead the Terrier offense. Kletter also had 4 of the Terriers 13 stolen bases.

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EXPRESS TIMES/LEHIGH VALLEY LIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR

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PLAYER OF THE YEAR

Jack Cariddi - Catcher

EXPRESS TIMES/LEHIGH VALLEY LIVE ALL AREA BASEBALL TEAMS

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EXPRESS TIMES/LEHIGH VALLEY ALL AREA BASEBALL TEAMS

FIRST TEAM
Jack Cariddi - Catcher

THIRD TEAM
Austin Piscitelli - Outfielder

HONORABLE MENTION
Michael Kelly
Ryan Stephens

STAR LEDGER ALL STATE GROUP 2 FIRST TEAM

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STAR LEDGER ALL STATE GROUP 2 FIRST TEAM SELECTION

Jack Cariddi - DH

HUNTERDON DEMOCRAT ALL COUNTY TEAM

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HUNTERDON DEMOCRAT ALL COUNTY TEAM

Jack Cariddi
Austin Piscitelli

SKYLAND CONFERENCE MOUNTAIN DIVISION TEAMS

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SKYLAND CONFERENCE MOUNTAIN DIVISION TEAMS


FIRST TEAM SELECTIONS
Jack Cariddi Catcher
Austin Piscitelli Outfield
Zachary Erling Pitcher
Michael Kelly At Large Player

SECOND TEAM SELECTIONS
Justin Kolpan Pitcher
Ryan Stephens Shortstop
Gavin Walker Outfield/Pitcher

HONORABLE MENTION
Collin Becker Third Base

DEL VAL BASEBALL END OF SEASON TEAM AWARDS

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DEL VAL BASEBALL TEAM AWARDS

Most Valuable Offensive Player - Jack Cariddi - School Record .569 Batting Average, 29 Hits, 28 RBI, 11 Doubles, .625 OBP, 19 Games. Considered to be the best hitter in the last 20 years, and one of the top hitters of all time for Del Val.

Most Outstanding Outfielder - Austin Piscitelli - .404 Batting Average, 21 Hits, 17 Runs, 14 RBI. Outstanding speed on the base paths, and range in the outfield. He is a true game changer making plays most outfielders cannot. Considered one of the fastest players to come through Del Val, and puts a lot of pressure on opponents defense.

Most Outstanding Infielder - Ryan Stephens - School Record 17 Stolen Bases, .327 Batting Average, .492 OBP, 21 Runs, 15 RBI, 15 Walks. Solid shortstop, extremely smart player, with a quick release. Second highest OBP on the team, and offensively had several clutch hits in big games.

Golden Arm - Zach Erling - 1.581 ERA, 1.161 WHIP, 31 Innings, 21 Strike Outs, 8 GP, 3-2 Record. Number 1 pitcher, led our team on the mound in the biggest games. His 2 hitter against Pingry led us to a Conference Co-Championship. He also helped deliver a big win against North Hunterdon in the HWS Tournament.

Coaches Award - Collin Becker - Outstanding Performance Offensively, Defensively, as a Leader, High Character and Work Ethic, Great Teammate, Ability to Play First and Third Base at High Level,
extremely smart and complete player. He had several clutch hits and defensive plays in big games.

Coaches Award - Gavin Walker - Hardest throwing pitcher with the best curveball on the staff. Considered our top closer. Was a game changer in several big games as a pitcher, and a hitter. Closing out Gill St. Bernards and North Hunterdon were two of his biggest games.

EXPRESS TIMES/LEHIGH VALLEY BASEBALL PLAYER OF THE YEAR

JACK CARIDDI ALL STATE GROUP 2 FIRST TEAM DH HUNTERDON DEMOCRAT FIRST TEAM ALL COUNTY SKYLAND CONFERENCE MOUNTAIN DIVISION FIRST TEAM DEL VAL MOST VALUABLE OFFENSIVE PLAYER SCHOOL RECORD .569 BATTING AVERAGE

NJ SENIOR ALL STAR BASEBALL CLASSIC

Jack Cariddi goes 1 for 1 with a walk as his Central Jersey Team rolls to a 10-2 win.

Sean Hanczaryk Night Del Val 6 P'Burg 5

Game MVP Austin Piscitelli goes 3 for 4, scored twice, and helped set the table in the bottom of the 7th for a comeback walk off win for the Terriers. Austin also robbed P'Burg of a run scoring single in the 6th. Justin Kolpan's 1 out single in the 7th made the score 5-4. A bases loaded walk to Jack Cariddi tied the game at 5-5 to set up Michael Kelly's walk off single. Jack Cariddi and Collin Becker had 2 RBI each.

Athlete of the Month Jack Cariddi

Senior Captain Jack Cariddi plays Catcher, and leads the team in Batting Average .533, RBI 24, Hits 24, and Doubles 9. He has been recognized as one of the top players in the state, and will be playing in the NJ State Senior All-Star Game on June 15th. Next year he will be playing baseball for Methodist University in North Carolina.

Del Val 12 Belvidere 0

Del Val won 12-0 in 5 innings. Zac Erling got the win on the mound for the Terriers. Five players had multiple hits, Justin Kolpan 3, Ryan Stephens 3, Collin Becker 2, Michael Kelly 2, and Matt Badolato 2. The Game MVP is Justin Kolpan, 3 for 3, 2 Walks, 2 RBI, 2 Runs, and 2 Stolen Bases.

Del Val 14 Bound Brook 1

Jack Cariddi is our Game MVP! He was 4 for 4 with 2 doubles, 3 RBI, 2 Runs, and a Stolen Base. Justin Kolpan got the win on the mound giving up 1 unearned run, 7 strike outs, 3 hits, and 3 walks. Michael Kelly was 2 for 3 and reached on HBP. Gavin Walker closed the game out striking out 3 of the last 4 batters.

Del Val 18 Manville 8

Freshmen Jack Reardon earned his first win on the mound and led the 3-0 Terriers to their third win. Ryan Stephens was our Game MVP! He was 3 for 4, with 6 RBI, 4 Stolen Bases, and 2 Runs scored. Austin Piscitelli had 3 RBI, and 4 Stolen Bases. Jack Cariddi had 3 RBI. Jonathan Giordano was 2 for 5, with a Double, 2 RBI, 2 Runs Scored, and 3 Stolen Bases. Matt Badolato also had 2 RBI.

Del Val 6 Pingry 0

In a battle of undefeated teams playing for the division lead, Del Val jumped on Pingry in the first inning when Jack Cariddi hit an RBI double down the line that helped build a 3-0 lead. Game MVP Zach Erling threw a complete game shutout, only allowing 4 base runners to preserve the 6-0 win. The Del Val defense led by shortstop Ryan Stephens was also outstanding all day.

Del Val 8 South Hunterdon 4

Starting pitcher Justin Kolpan improved to 2-0 on the mound, with 5 Ks, 4 BBs, and 2 Hits. Starting Catcher and Game MVP Jack Cariddi helped the Terriers stay unbeaten at 5-0. He was 2 for 3, with 2 Doubles, and 2 RBI. Giovanni Marinelli was 2 for 4, with a Double, 2 RBI, and a Run Scored. Collin Becker was 2 for 5 with a Double. Joey Kletter led the JV team to a win with a Grand Slam into the trees at South Hunterdon!

Del Val 13 Belvidere 0

Del Val remains unbeaten at 6-0. Starting Pitcher Gavin Walker earned the win striking out 6 in 3 innings of work. Game MVP Jack Cariddi was 3 for 3 with a triple and 4 RBI. Gio Marinelli broke the game open with a 2 run HR in the third inning. Closer Jack Sutter Slammed the door shut striking out 5 batters in two innings of work, and preserved the shutout win for the Terriers.

Del Val 11 Bound Brook 1

Starting Pitcher and Game CO-MVP Gio Marinelli Led Del Val to the win with 8 strikeouts, 3 walks, 1 earned run on 3 hits. Game CO-MVP Logan Gossett closed out Bound Brook with 4 strikeouts, 1 walk, 1 hit, and no runs. Logan was also 2 for 2 at the plate.

Del Val 10 Manville 1

Game MVP Collin Becker was 2 for 4, with 2 runs scored, and 2 RBI to lead the Terriers to their 8th straight win. Gio Marinelli squeezed in the first run of the game in the second inning, was 1 for 3 with 2 RBI, and a Stolen Base. Michael Kelly also had 2 hits, a walk, RBI, and 2 Stolen Bases. Jack Reardon improved to 2-0 on the mound for the 8-0 Terriers.

Pingry 4 Del Val 0

Zach Erling led the Terriers into the 5th inning only giving up 1 hit and no runs. Pingry scored 4 in the bottom of the 5th and held on for the win. The Del Val JV team defeated Pingry 11-10. The JV Terriers came back from down 10-6 to take the lead in the top of the 7th. They were led by Chris Stavac who hit a 3 run HR, and solid pitching from Manny Mudugno and Kevin Hults.

Del Val 5 South Hunterdon 4

Del Val Clinched a share of the Division Championship with the win, and improved to 9-1. Game CO-MVP Collin Becker was 2 for 3 with a HR and played outstanding defense at third base. Game CO-MVP Gavin Walker was 3 for 3 with 2 triples and 2 RBI. Gavin also Earned a save on the mound as he closed out South Hunterdon the last 2 and 1/3 innings.

Del Val 12 North Plainfield 5

Game MVP Ryan Stephens was 2 for 3, with 3 RBI, 2 Runs Scored, 3 Stolen Bases, and 2 Walks. Logan Gossett recorded his first Career win on the mound for the Terriers. Terriers are now 10-1!

Del Val 4 Gill St. Bernards 3

Game CO-MVP Austin Piscitelli was 3 for 4, and scored the go ahead run in the top of the 7th. With 2 outs, Austin stole 3rd base, and scored when the ball got away from the third baseman to give Del Val the lead 4-3. Closing Pitcher and Game CO-MVP Gavin Walker shut down Gill the last 2.2 innings not allowing any hits or runs. Jack Cariddi was 2 for 3 with a walk.

Del Val 12 Wallkill Valley 2

Game MVP Justin Kolpan got the win on the mound (4-0), and was 4 for 4 with a 2 run HR, 2 RBI, 2 Runs Scored and a Stolen Base. Gavin Walker Homered, had 3 RBI, and Scored twice. Austin Piscitelli was 2 for 3 with 2 Doubles, and 2 RBI. Michael Kelly also had 2 hits, a Double and an RBI. Del Val (12-1) plays North Hunterdon on Tuesday in the Quarterfinal round of the HWS Tournament.

Warren Hills 7 Del Val 1

Game MVP Michael Kelly was 2 for 4 with a double and an RBI.

Del Val 5 North Hunterdon 2

Del Val advances to the HWS Tournament Semi-finals for the third straight season with a 5-2 win over North Hunterdon. The Terriers scored 3 runs in the top of the 7th to break a 2-2 tie. Del Val was led by Starting pitcher Zach Erling and closer Gavin Walker. Defensive Game MVP Austin Piscitelli robbed several North hitters throughout the game with diving catches and great range. Offensive Game MVPs Collin Becker and Jack Cariddi both had 2 hits each, and combined for 3 RBI. Ryan Stephans reached base three times and scored twice.

Del Val 7 Voorhees 6

The Vikings (15-2) jumped out to a 5-0 lead before the Terriers (14-2) were able to get on the scoreboard. Del Val scored 4 Runs in the third inning to close the gap, and then took the lead scoring 3 more Runs in the fourth inning. The Games Co-MVP was Jack Cariddi who was 2 for 3 with a double, 2 RBI, and a walk. Michael Kelly also chipped in 2 RBI to help the cause. Winning Pitcher and Co-MVP Gio Marinelli pitched the last 4 innings, and shut down the Potent Voorhees offensive attack, Striking Out 6, allowing 2 Hits, and 1 Earned Run. Gio also Doubled to start the Terrier comeback in the third inning.

Hunterdon Central 17 Del Val 1

Game MVP Austin Piscitelli had a single, reached on an error, and had a stolen base. Gavin Walker had a triple and scored a run. Justin Kolpan had an RBI.

Raritan 9 Del Val 3

Game MVP Jack Cariddi was 3 for 4 with a triple, Run, and an RBI. Collin Becker also reached base 3 times.

DEL VAL BASEBALL
 SCHOOL RECORDS


*OFFICIAL RECORDS NOT KEPT UNTIL 2004

HITTING


HIGHEST BATTING AVERAGE
.569 JACK CARIDDI (2021)
.563 SCOTT STYS (2004)

MOST HITS IN A SEASON
1. 36 JAKE WINSOR (1997)
2. 35 ANTHONY SANISCALCHI (2023)
3. 34 DAN BROKAW (2009)

MOST RUNS BATTED IN DURING A SEASON
33 SEAN HANCZARYK (2017)

MOST RUNS SCORED IN A SEASON
27 GARY COOPER (2007)

MOST STOLEN BASES IN A SEASON
18 JOHN CROASDALE (2023)
18 JUSTIN KOLPAN (2022)

MOST DOUBLES HIT IN A SEASON
1. 14 JIM HERMAN (1997)
2. 12 GERARD VATH (2007)

MOST TRIPLES HIT IN A SEASON
4 MIKE MIKLOSEY (2005)
4 MIKE NEWLAND (2005) (2007)
4 CHRIS KULIK (2010)

MOST HOME RUNS IN A SEASON
6 CHRIS KULIK (2009)
*LONGEST HR 457 FEET CHRIS KULIK (2009)

TEAM

MOST WINS IN A SEASON
18 WINS (1984, 2007, 2016)
22 WINS (1995)

MOST SQUEEZE BUNTS IN A SEASON
23 ON 25 ATEMPTS (2004)

MOST HOMERUNS IN A SEASON
13 HRs (2009)

MOST STOLEN BASES IN A SEASON
87 ON 91 ATTEMPTS (2021)
64 ON 67 ATTEMPTS (2005)

PITCHING

MOST WINS IN A SEASON
8 CJ SCHAIBLE (2016)
11 PETE TILSTRA (1995)

MOST STRIKE OUTS IN A SEASON
DAN BROKAW 87 (2010)
CJ SCHAIBLE 87 (2016)

MOST STRIKE OUTS IN A GAME
17 MICKEY PIERSON VS KEYPORT (1971)
14 KYLE LYON VS. NORTH PLAINFIELD (2008)

LOWEST ERA IN A SEASON
(MINIMUM 30 INNINGS)
.529 IAN KULIK (2016)

NO HITTERS
MIKE NEWLAND VS. BELVIDERE (2005)
VINCE TRICARICO VS. SOUTH HUNTERDON (2005)
GERARD VATH VS. BOUND BROOK (2007)
LOGAN BROWN VS. SOUTH HUNTERDON (2014)

PERFECT GAME
BRETT GODOWN VS. WARREN HILLS (2018)

TEAM CHAMPIONSHIPS
 
1959 SECTIONAL CHAMPIONS

1984 DELAWARE RIVER CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS

1989 DELAWARE RIVER CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS

1992 SKYLAND CONFERENCE RARITAN DIVISION CHAMPIONS

1995 SKYLAND CONFERENCE RARITAN DIVISION CO-CHAMPIONS

1997 SKYLAND CONFERENCE RARITAN DIVISION CO-CHAMPIONS

2005 SKYLAND CONFERENCE RARITAN DIVISION CHAMPIONS

2016 SKYLAND CONFERENCE VALLEY DIVISION CO-CHAMPIONS

2016 NJSIAA CENTRAL JERSEY GROUP II SECTIONAL CHAMPIONS

2018 SKYLAND CONFERENCE VALLEY DIVISION CHAMPIONS

2021 SKYLAND CONFERENCE MOUNTAIN DIVISION CO-CHAMPIONS

2023 SKYLAND CONFERENCE MOUNTAIN DIVISION CHAMPIONS


 
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