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South Jersey Baseball:
Thunder Fall 9-3, But Stay in 1st Place

Sunday, June 25, 2006

By Dan Loney
Trenton Thunder Director of Public Relations

Reading pounded out five home runs, two by 1B Randy Ruiz, in a 9-3 win over the Thunder on Saturday night. Trenton remains in 1st Place and 1/2 game ahead ahead of Portland, who at Norwich, in Northern Division play. Reading (34-43) jumped out to a 2-0 lead off Thunder starter Jon Skaggs in the 1st Inning. RF Michael Bourn started the game with a solo homer, his 4th of the year, as part of the inning, but Trenton (41-35) got a run back on a LF Kevin Thompson leadoff homer, his 9th of the season. The Thunder then added back-to-back solo homers from 3B Eric Duncan and RF Bronson Sardinha to take a 3-2 lead in the 2nd Inning.
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South Jersey Football:
Lynx End Pre-season on Sour Note

Saturday, June 24, 2006

South Jersey Lynx Press Release

After defeating the Philadelphia Scorpions in the previous week, the South Jersey Lynx traveled up the PA Turnpike to face the defending 2005 National Champion Central Penn Piranha. The Piranha ended the Lynx season last year in the 4th round of the playoffs so they were looking for a little get back. Unfortunately, today was not the Lynx day losing 47-0. The Lynx were in the game up until halftime only down 13-0, but the second half was dominated by the Piranha. The Piranha exploded with 20 points in the 3rd quarter followed by another 14 in the 4th quarter.
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South Jersey Baseball:
Barnstormers Defeat Surf 6-4

Tuesday, June 20, 2006

By Denny Watson
Atlantic City Surf Correspondent

The Lancaster Barnstormers defeated the Atlantic City Surf 6-4 on Tuesday at Bernie Robbins Stadium in front of a crowd of 1,022. Gary Johnson and Clyde Williams each homered for the Surf, but it was not enough for the victory. Barnstormer starter Denny Harriger got the win as he hurled seven and a third innings and allowed four runs, improving his record to 7-1. Atlantic City’s reliever Leo Estrella was charged with the loss, giving up two runs and the lead in the eighth. Surf starter pitched well, going six and a third innings giving up four runs and striking out three.
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