HAMILTON >> Nick Diaz was grateful for two things; an early lead and a flawless defense behind him. The Hamilton hurler allowed just four hits to lead his team to a 3-1 win over archrival Nottingham on Sunday in the Babe Ruth League Southern New Jersey 15-year old state tournament being played at DeMeo Field in Veterans Park. The win propels Hamilton to the winners’ bracket final on Wednesday against either West Windsor-Plainsboro and Jersey Shore.
HAMILTON >> After two rainouts, the Hamilton 14-year old all-stars finally got a chance to take the field. After all, they had breezed through the District One Babe Ruth Tournament and were ready for the next challenge. Hamilton held on for a 10-9 win over Washington Township in the opening game of the Southern New Jersey state tournament being played at Switlik Park. The Switlik Park Crew returns on Sunday to face Atlantic Shore at 3 p.m. Washington Twp.
There are plenty of new faces on the Nottingham Babe Ruth 15-year old all-stars this tournament season, but that same competitive spirit remains. Nottingham battled every game in the District One tournament and even forced a “winner take all” game with eventual champion Hamilton, and now it’s ready to challenge for a Southern New Jersey state title. “These kids play well together and they are there for each other,” said Nottingham manager Frank Costantino.
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