Robbinsville was able to exact a little revenge for its defeat at the hands of Steinert last week.
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St. Joseph Regional cements its place at No. 1; unbeaten Gov. Livingston moves up to No. 2; Toms River South, Woodbridge and Montgomery debut
Junior right-hander Ryan Meszaros, in the spirit of Easter, hung six consecutive goose eggs en route to painting a four-hitter and Jake Muller delivered a clutch, three-run double to send Steinert past Delbarton, 5-1.
Nottingham at Steinert
Revealing its resilence, relentlessnes and relaxed approach at the plate, Steinert erupted for 11 runs in the bottom of the fifth to topple Nottingham, 13-3
St. Joseph Regional opens at No. 1 with Bergen Catholic, Seton Hall Prep, Red Bank Catholic and Gov. Livingston in hot pursuit; Chatham debuts off with a bullet
Junior Tatiana Dorner pumped in 16 points to lead Steinert to a 53-42 win over Hopewell Valley in the opening round of Central Jersey, Grou 3
Junior guard Fiona Aromando exploded for a career-high 28 points and keyed a fourth-quarter charge that vaulted Robbinsville over Steinert, 57-50, for its fourth straight win
Aidan Sheehan, Kelsey Espenhorst, Michaela Miranda, Giana Pittaro, Ariana Durling and Kelsey Gmitter are among a wealth of veterans anxious to build off a strong finish in '15
Steinert topped Middletown South in the NJSIAA Group 3 state championship game.