1. Megan Sooy
The Millville softball standout got her 100th career hit Wednesday.
2. Middle Township girls lacrosse
Panthers (9-0) average 17.9 goals per game.
3. Pleasantville boys track and field
The Greyhounds excelled at the Woodbury Relays, winning every race they entered last Saturday.
4. Jayden Shertel
The St. Joseph left-handed pitcher has turned in some impressive performances this spring, striking out 16 in an April 5 win over Pleasantville and seven in a win over Holy Spirit on Wednesday.
5. Dan Kern
The new Absegami High School principal is the brother of Mainland baseball coach Bill Kern and a former Mainland assistant. Dan played Tuesday’s game between Mainland and Absegami perfectly. He sat on Absegami’s side but his young sons wore Mainland baseball shirts.
6. Millville baseball
Millville Baseball defeats EHT 5-4 in 10 innings!!!! Here is the game winning RBI single by Nate Goranson bringing home Dom Buonadonna for the game winning run!! @royhallenbeck @pdrtrainer @coachkw15 @JFriedman57 @ACPressHuba @ACPressMcGarry @McGurkSports @DJPlaymakers pic.twitter.com/cH9Ajks0Gz— David LaGamba (@TBoltAthletics) April 24, 2019
After Wednesday’s 5-4 win over Egg Harbor Township, Millville (7-4) had won four straight and five of last six.
7. Ocean City boys lacrosse
Red Raiders (9-1) are undefeated against New Jersey schools.
8. Gerry Peacock
The St. Augustine Prep baseball standout and Notre Dame commit underwent successful Tommy John surgery last week.
9. Ahmad Brown
The Holy Spirit track and field and football standout received an offer to continue his track and field career at Navy.
The Mainland Regional baseball hitter just might have the coolest walk-up music in South Jersey. It’s “The Office” theme song.