PHILADELPHIA – The beginning seemed so promising for Delaware North after Kevin Russo led off the game with a double into the left-field corner. Russo and Bo Anderson, who walked, both came around to score, giving Delaware North a two-run lead in the top of the first inning. But Delaware North could only muster two hits after Russo’s double, and before long, Jersey Shore took control of the game, sending Delaware North to a 7-2 loss Saturday in the championship game of the Carpenter Cup Classic.
PHILADELPHIA – It has already been an historic Carpenter Cup Classic tournament for Delaware North and Delaware South as they each became the first state teams to play at Citizens Bank Park, where the semifinals and championships rounds are held. But Delaware North, led by Oliver Campbell's 5 RBIs and Chris Ludman's dominant relief pitching, will be the state team with the chance to win the first championship by a Delaware team since 2000.
Mike Crain was always thinking and dreaming about boxing, even when he was a state champion wrestler in 2004 at Smyrna High School and runner-up in each of the two previous seasons. So it's easy to imagine Crain's excitement, 13 years later, over making his professional boxing debut on Friday night and finally getting to live out his dream. Crain is part of a card in The First State Pro Boxing Series that features seven boxers from Delaware - three of them making their pro debuts.
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