The Richard Stockton College baseball team lost for the first time this season Friday, falling 5-3 to York College in Galloway Township.

Brett Solomen went 2-for-4, including a double, with one run and one RBI for the Ospreys (3-1). The game was called after eight innings due to darkness. Andy Oliver and Justin Gordon also had two hits apiece. Oliver also drove in one run.

Stockton took a 3-2 lead with three runs in the sixth, but York responded with three runs in the top of the seventh to regain the lead for good.

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Stockton indoor track and field: Laura Warren, Nikki Stratton, Nicole Salge and Morgan Sinclair finished third in the distance medley relay at the Eastern Collegiate Athletic Conference championships at The New Balance Armory in New York City.

The foursome's time was 12 minutes, 24.50 seconds.

Cumberland County College baseball: The Dukes' Cody Stashak (Oakcrest) was named the National Junior College Athletic Association's Player of the Week.

Stashak batted .545 (6-for-11), including two doubles and a triple, in the Dukes' first four games, three of which they won.

The freshman also drove in seven runs and scored seven. He leads the team in RBIs and batting average.

Atlantic Cape Community College basketball: Armin Cane (Pleasantville) and Kerry Player (Cape May Tech) each earned All-Region honors. Cane was selected to the first team, and Player made second team for the Bucs.


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