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Little League: 2022 NJ State Tournament Guide, Schedule, Results

Teams from Section 1, 2, 3 and 4 will meet in North Jersey to decide what squad will be the Little League State Champion.Two teams from North Jersey will join one team each from Central Jersey and South Jersey to compete in this year's Joe Graziano New Jersey Little League State Tournament in Pequannock.Seven of the last eight state champions have come out of Section 3 or more specifically have been teams from the Jersey Shore region of the state.Will that trend continue again in 2022? We'll find out ver...

Teams from Section 1, 2, 3 and 4 will meet in North Jersey to decide what squad will be the Little League State Champion.

Two teams from North Jersey will join one team each from Central Jersey and South Jersey to compete in this year's Joe Graziano New Jersey Little League State Tournament in Pequannock.

Seven of the last eight state champions have come out of Section 3 or more specifically have been teams from the Jersey Shore region of the state.

Will that trend continue again in 2022? We'll find out very soon.

After the New Jersey State Tournament, there are only two more stops to compete the Little League Baseball dream and that's a trip to Bristol, Connecticut, for the Mid-Atlantic tournament; and that winner finishes the season at the Little League World Series in Williamsport, Pennsylvania.

But for now, here is what you need to know for this year's New Jersey State Tournament.

Teams

New Jersey is divided into four sections for the annual little league baseball state tournament.

Section 1 covers the North and Northwest part of the state and will be represented by West Milford

Section 2 covers the Northeast part of the state and will be represented by Rutherford

Section 3 covers Central New Jersey and will be represented by Toms River East

Section 4 covers the Southern part of the state and will be represented by Haddonfield

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How to get there

Pequannock Little League is the host and all games will be played at Washington Field. For GPS purposes, use 99 Washington Street, Pompton Plains, NJ 07444 as the field address.

From West Milford: Take Union Valley Road South until you meet the split at Macopin Road. Take a slight left turn onto Macopin Road South. Follow Macopin Road South and eventually turn right onto Echo Lake Road until you intersect with NJ-23 South. Follow NJ-23 South for 8.4 miles and turn slight right onto Newark Pompton Turnpike. Follow Newark Pompton Turnpike South for 1.6 miles and turn left onto Washington Street. Washington Street turns into Adams Street and the entrance to Washington Field is a short distance away.

From Rutherford: Take NJ Route 3 West and NJ-3 W eventually turns into US-46 W and take that for 1.8 miles and then take NJ-23 N for 2.0 miles. Take the Newark-Pompton Turnpike exit toward Pequannock and take that route for 2.7 miles. Turn right onto Washington Street and Washington Street turns into Adams Street and the entrance to Washington Field is a short distance away.

From Toms River: Take the Garden State Parkway North for 72.3 miles to NJ-3 W in Clifton. Take exit 153B from Garden State Parkway. Take NJ-3 W for 1.0 miles and NJ-3 W eventually turns into US-46 W and take that for 1.8 miles and then take NJ-23 N for 2.0 miles. Take the Newark-Pompton Turnpike exit toward Pequannock and take that route for 2.7 miles. Turn right onto Washington Street and Washington Street turns into Adams Street and the entrance to Washington Field is a short distance away.

From Haddonfield: Take the New Jersey Turnpike North to exit 11 Garden State Parkway North. Take the GSP North for 24.4 miles to NJ-3 W in Clifton. Take exit 153B from the Garden State Parkway. Take NJ-3 W for 1.0 miles and NJ-3 W eventually turns into US-46 W and take that for 1.8 miles and then take NJ-23 N for 2.0 miles. Take the Newark-Pompton Turnpike exit toward Pequannock and take that route for 2.7 miles. Turn right onto Washington Street and Washington Street turns into Adams Street and the entrance to Washington Field is a short distance away.

Schedule

Game 1: Haddonfield (Section 4) 14, West Milford 3 (In 6 innings)

Game 2: Toms River East (Section 3) 12, Rutherford (Section 2) 0 (In 4 innings)

More: A full recap of day 1 of tourneyThe NJ Little League state tournament began on July 27, find out how the 4 teams fared on the first day.

Loser's bracket elimination game

Game 3: Rutherford 13, West Milford 1 (In 4 innings)

Winner's bracket final

Game 4: Toms River East 10, Haddonfield 1

More: TRE cruises to next victoryThe 12–year-old All-Stars from Toms River East are very close to the state title

Loser's bracket final and elimination game

Game 5: Rutherford 7, Haddonfield 4

Championship game

Game 6: Toms River East 9, Rutherford 0

More: A state title for Toms River EastThe 12-year-old All Stars from TRE little league are state champions once again. Next stop Bristol , CT

Pitching Rules for Little League Baseball (Part A)

A manager must remove the pitcher when said pitcher reaches the limit for his/her age group (it is 85 pitches for the 12-year-olds).

But the pitcher may remain in the game at another position: Exception: If a pitcher reaches the limit imposed in Regulation VI (c) for his/her league age while facing a batter, the pitcher may continue to pitch until any one of the following conditions occurs: 1. That batter reaches base; 2. That batter is put out; 3. The third out is made to complete the half-inning. Note 1: A pitcher who delivers 41 or more pitches in a game cannot play the position of catcher for the remainder of that day.

Note 2: Any player who has played the position of catcher in four or more innings in a game is not eligible to pitch on that calendar day.

Pitching Rules for Little League Baseball (Part B)

If a player pitches 66 or more pitches in a day, four (4) calendar days of rest must be observed

If a player pitches 51-65 pitches in a day, three (3) calendar days of rest must be observed

If a player pitches 36-50 pitches in a day, two (2) calendar days of rest must be observed

If a player pitches 21-35 pitches in a day, one (1) calendar day of rest must be observed

If a player pitches 1-20 pitches in a day, no (0) calendar day of rest is required

Recent History

Here are the New Jersey Little League State Champions since 2000 in the 12-year-old division.

2020: Brick

2015: Jackson - Jackson wins state title with walk-off home run

2013: East Greenwich

2012: Par Troy East

2011: Paramus

2010: Toms River National

2009: Somerset Hills

2008: Bordentown

2007: Randolph East

2006: Livingston American

2005: Toms River American

2004: HTRBA

2003: Freehold Township American

2002: Nottingham

2001: Randolph West

2000: Pequannock

Sherlon Christie is a sports reporter at the Asbury Park Press and has covered sports at the Jersey Shore since 2004. Don't miss any of his coverage by subscribing at https://subscribe.app.com. You can contact him at https://linktr.ee/schristie2

Morris County Tournament boys soccer roundup for second round games, Oct. 12

Dante Cheff scored two goals, including what proved to be the game winner in the second half to lift 16th-seeded Pequannock to a 3-2 victory over top-seeded Roxbury in the second round of the Morris County Tournament in Succasunna.First half goals by Cheff and Kurt Albinson gave Pequannock (7-5-1) a 2-0 lead. Finn Powers had two assists, one in each half, and Ryan Foley made 12 saves in the win.Aiden Metz and Asher Metz each scored a goal in the first half, tying the game for Roxbury (8-5), both assisted by Gabe Ruitenberg....

Dante Cheff scored two goals, including what proved to be the game winner in the second half to lift 16th-seeded Pequannock to a 3-2 victory over top-seeded Roxbury in the second round of the Morris County Tournament in Succasunna.

First half goals by Cheff and Kurt Albinson gave Pequannock (7-5-1) a 2-0 lead. Finn Powers had two assists, one in each half, and Ryan Foley made 12 saves in the win.

Aiden Metz and Asher Metz each scored a goal in the first half, tying the game for Roxbury (8-5), both assisted by Gabe Ruitenberg.

Pequannock plays ninth-seeded Mendham in the quarterfinals on Saturday.

Mendham 1, Hanover Park 0

Griffin Coutts’ first half goal was the difference as ninth-seeded Mendham defeated eighth-seeded Hanover Park, 1-0, in East Hanover.

Collyer McLaud assisted on the goal for Mendham (6-7) and George Kaparis made nine saves for the shutout.

Billy Carlucci made six saves for Hanover Park (10-1)

Mendham hosts 16th-seeded Pequannock in the quarterfinals on Saturday.

Morris Hills 2, Chatham 1

Erick Cortes scored goals in the 15th and 35th minutes to lead seventh-seeded Morris Hills to a 2-1 victory over 10th-seeded Chatham in Rockaway.

Yonatan Figueroa and Anthony Garcia each had an assist for Morris Hills (8-4) and Ryan Walter made three saves.

Chatham falls to 4-7-1 on the season.

Morris Hills plays second-seeded Randolph in the quarterfinals on Saturday.

Delbarton 4, Mount Olive 1

Nate Zimmermann scored in the sixth minute, then added another goal in the 51st minute to power third-seeded Delbarton to a 4-1 victory over 14th-seeded Mount Olive at Ryan Family Field in Morristown.

Joshwin Jennings had a goal with an assist and Aidan Donovan scored a goal for Delbarton (10-5).

Luc Thomas scored a goal in the 32nd minute for Mount Olive (7-6-1) and Kristian Dobbek had eight saves.

Delbarton plays sixth-seeded Mountain Lakes in the quarterfinal on Saturday.

Mountain Lakes 6, Boonton 2

Nick Fidacaro’s goal and three assists lifted sixth-seeded Mountain Lakes to a 6-2 victory over Boonton in Mountain Lakes.

Oliver Bush had two goals with an assist and Marius Donnelly scored two goals for Mountain Lakes (8-0-3), which stormed out to a 4-0 first half lead. Henryk Kolding added a goal and Ian Falconer made five saves.

Gabriel Lagos scored both goals for Boonton (9-4).

Mountain Lakes advances to play third-seeded Delbarton in the quarterfinals on Saturday.

Morris Knolls 6, Whippany Park 0

Giacomo Zizza had four goals and an assist to fuel fourth-seeded Morris Knolls to a 6-0 victory over 13th-seeded Whippany Park in Rockaway.

Eduar Izaguirre added two goals and an assist for Morris Knolls (13-1) and Nicholas Turo made seven saves for the shutout.

For Whippany Park (8-5), Noah Kaplan made eight saves and Ian McSorley had four.

Montville 4, Madison 0

Peter Elias had two assists for fifth-seeded Montville in a 4-0 victory over 12th-seeded Madison in Montville.

Patrick Ferrare, Mack Dougherty and Connor Campbell each scored a goal for Montville (7-4-2) and Connor Ziolkowski made four saves for the shutout.

Madison falls to 6-4-1.

Montville plays fourth-seeded Morris Knolls in the quarterfinals on Saturday.

Randolph 3, Morristown 1

Second-seeded Randolph won for the sixth time in seven games as it defeated 15th-seeded Morristown, 3-1, in Randolph.

Randolph (8-5-1) will host seventh-seeded Morris Hills in the quarterfinals on Saturday.

Ryan Eapen made 11 saves for Morristown (2-9-2) and Devin Bedoya scored a goal in defeat.

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Pequannock over Parsippany Hills - Boys basketball recap

2PT 3PT FTM FTA PTS REB AST BLK STL Julio Tatis 6 0 2 0 14 6 7 0 3 ...

2PT 3PT FTM FTA PTS REB AST BLK STL
Julio Tatis 6 0 2 0 14 6 7 0 3
Joey Ciccotelli 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 1
Simeon Washington 5 0 0 0 17 7 1 0 1
Zachary Bolcar 3 2 0 0 12 10 0 0 1
Sidney Powell 2 1 0 0 7 2 0 0 1
Adomas Vaitkus 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Andrew Herre 1 0 0 0 2 2 0 0 0
Braylon Moore 1 3 0 0 11 1 0 0 1
Totals: 18 6 2 0 63 32 8 0 8
2PT 3PT FTM FTA PTS REB AST BLK STL
Joe Heaney 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Karson Culuko 8 3 4 0 29 9 1 1 2
Gavin Fazekas 2 0 0 0 4 4 5 0 1
Dylan Tomaskovic 9 0 5 0 23 8 4 0 1
Luke White 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 0
Brian Arnold 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 1 0
Zach Laubach 0 0 0 0 0 5 0 0 1
Aaron Santana 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Billy Donnelly 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Finn Powers 1 6 1 0 21 6 6 0 2
Totals: 20 9 10 0 77 38 17 2 7

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Swimming: Results, links and scoreboards for Tuesday, Jan. 17

FEATURED LINKSGIRLS TOP 20 SCOREBOARDBOYS TOP 20 SCOREBOARDGIRLS STATEWIDE RESULTSTuesday, Jan. 17Our Lady of Mercy 98, Ocean City 72 - Box ScoreSt. Thomas Aquinas 87, J.P. Stevens 83 - Box ScoreChatham 136, Morristown-Beard 25 - ...

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GIRLS TOP 20 SCOREBOARD

BOYS TOP 20 SCOREBOARD

GIRLS STATEWIDE RESULTS

Tuesday, Jan. 17

Our Lady of Mercy 98, Ocean City 72 - Box Score

St. Thomas Aquinas 87, J.P. Stevens 83 - Box Score

Chatham 136, Morristown-Beard 25 - Box Score

Westfield 111.5, Cranford 58.5 - Box Score

Scotch Plains-Fanwood 91, Gov. Livingston 79 - Box Score

Bloomfield 81, Science Park 69 - Box Score

BOYS STATEWIDE RESULTS

Tuesday, Jan. 17

River Dell 88, Hackensack 81 - Box Score

St. Augustine 113, Ocean City 57 - Box Score

West Windsor-Plainsboro South 108, Ewing 43 - Box Score

St. Joseph (Met.) 88, J.P. Stevens 82 - Box Score

Morristown 128, Hanover Park 52 - Box Score

Morris Hills 93, Mount Olive 77 - Box Score

Chatham 115, Morristown-Beard 53 - Box Score

Delbarton 128, West Morris 42 - Box Score

Newark East Side 78, Ferris 68 - Box Score

Toms River South 117, Brick Memorial 49 - Box Score

Christian Brothers 115, Marlboro 55 - Box Score

Ocean Township 96, Ranney 78 - Box Score

Wall 111, Red Bank Catholic 39 - Box Score

Southern 102, Jackson Memorial 68 - Box Score

Neptune 87, Brick Township 81 - Box Score

Red Bank Catholic 116, Shore 50 - Box Score

Bishop Eustace 87, Camden Tech 75 - Box Score

Northern Burlington 110, Delran 60 - Box Score

Pingry 100, Ridge 70 - Box Score

Clearview 107, Kingsway 63 - Box Score

Summit 124, New Providence 46 - Box Score

Gov. Livingston 86, Scotch Plains-Fanwood 84 - Box Score

Newark East Side 78, Ferris 68 - Box Score

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Holmdel Administrator Jay Delaney Tackles His First Day On The Job

Jay Delaney, former Keyport administrator, began his new role in Holmdel after a long search by the Township Committee.HOLMDEL, NJ — By the end of his first day as Holmdel Township Administrator, Jay Delaney said he covered a lot of territory.He met with township employees and also with Mayor DJ Luccarrelli - and learned the technical ropes of getting settled into a new office."It was a long, busy, exciting day," Delaney said in a late afternoon interview.Luccarelli reminded residents at this pas...

Jay Delaney, former Keyport administrator, began his new role in Holmdel after a long search by the Township Committee.

HOLMDEL, NJ — By the end of his first day as Holmdel Township Administrator, Jay Delaney said he covered a lot of territory.

He met with township employees and also with Mayor DJ Luccarrelli - and learned the technical ropes of getting settled into a new office.

"It was a long, busy, exciting day," Delaney said in a late afternoon interview.

Luccarelli reminded residents at this past Tuesday's meeting that Delaney was starting Thursday and would be meeting with the staff.

"We're looking forward to working with Jay," he said at the meeting.

The Township Committee approved his hiring earlier this month. Delaney was the former Keyport administrator.

William E. Antonides Jr., the chief financial officer for the township, has served in a dual role as interim township administrator since March of last year. Former administrator Cherron Rountree resigned as the previous township administrator.

In his committee report Tuesday, Committeeman Brian Foster praised Antonides for "stepping up" and "helping us to get to this point."

And the mayor said Antonides will be recognized further at the next committee meeting.

Luccarelli commented on the new administrator earlier this month:

"After a long and thorough interview process, we are proud to have appointed Jay Delaney as our next township administrator. Jay has decades of experience that will serve us well and allow him to hit the ground running for Holmdel," said Luccarelli.

The resolution to appoint Delaney was approved unanimously at the meeting Jan. 10.

Luccarelli at that time thanked the committee members for the work they put into the search to choose a leader for "the wonderful team we have in place."

Delaney was borough administrator in Keyport since 2020, according to his LinkedIn page.

Prior to that he was assistant township manager in East Windsor; borough administrator of Spring Lake Heights; township clerk of Pequannock; and project manager at the Brick Township Municipal Utilities Authority.

He began his career in government from 1988 to 2006 as municipal clerk and then borough administrator in Seaside Park in Ocean County, where he currently lives.

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