Sports Scrapbook – Week of Oct. 26, 2012

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Pee Wees set all-time scoring record

The Brigantine Rams Pee Wee team finished the regular season with a record of 2-4-1. On Saturday they lost their final game 39-12 to Somers Point. Despite the score, Rams set what this writer believes is an all-time record for the Rams, Atlantic County Junior Football League, and the National Football League.

Jack Klemm and Trevor Cohen both raced over 50 yards each for the Rams two scores on Sunday. These two scores brought the team total to 13 touchdowns for the season. The unusual record is that every score has been for 40 or more yards led by Devin Lee’s 102-yard scamper. Devin Lee has eight touchdowns, Jack Klemm and Trevor Cohen two, and Kevin Dougherty one.

The moral of the story is “Stay out of the Red Zone. The farther away from the goal you are, the better chance you have to score.” (The advice is not intended for Michael Vick and the Eagles.)

Stonehill College’s Paige Frost (Holy Spirit) won the No. 4 singles and teamed with Baily Paradiso to win the doubles as the Sea Hawks closed the season at 9-0 with a spunky win over New Haven.

Turning back the pages to...

2011 - EJ Stoltzfus (Holy Spirit) was selected as Delaware’s “Rookie of the Year.” The freshman phenom celebrated the announcement by delivering a game-winning two-run single with the bases loaded and one out in the eighth inning to propel Delaware to an 11-9 win over Princeton. Stoltzfus continues to shine with the glove at shortstop.

Steve Schrenk (Villanova), who recently was named Villanova’s “Rookie of the Week,” continued his hot hitting by going two for four with an RBI double in the Wildcats 9-6 loss to Georgetown.

Maria Caccavo’s solo home run and triple were not enough to prevent Atlantic City High School from losing a tough 3-2 loss to Egg Harbor Township. Maddie Taggart struck out six for the losing Vikings.

Joe O'Brien shot a 37 to lead the Holy Spirit golf team to a 160-188 victory over Cape May Tech.

Kierstan Stone is a member of the Holy Spirit Girls lightweight eight, winner of the Philadelphia City Rowing Championship.

2009 - Paul Savell (Holy Spirit) coached the Lady Dragons to the most prestigious win in school history at Henley Women’s Regatta in Henley on the Thames, England. Drexel defeated the favored British team, which was led by the best rowers in the country in the semifinals. The Dragons then bested Grand Valley Michigan to win the World Championship.

2007 - Brigantine grad Brian Crilley scored 11 of his 16 points in the fourth quarter to help Holy Spirit quell a furious Viking comeback and defeat Atlantic City High School for the third straight time over two years 59-57.

1989 - Locals Neil Raphael, Dan Daley, Dr. Harry Chaikin, and Terry Byrnes were members of the Winter League championship Squash team of the Resort's International Racquet Club. Andy Junikiewicz was the champion of the Christmas Tournament Santa Claus 'A.' Other Brigantine players included Dr. Bob Bray, Mark Carrier, Ned Carrier, Fred Dammer, Bernie Hughes, Paul Karch, Paxson Keates, John Lucey, Joe Mason, and Armand Savino.

1986 - Tony Stefanski earned the 1986 Brigantine Beach Patrol Lifeguard of the Year Award. Jim Masino was the "Rookie of the Year." Thomas “Turk” Reynolds a graduate of Colgate University was in his seventh year guarding third Street South. Bill Baldwin, a Temple sophomore, was stationed at 16th Street South.

1953 - Frank Baldwin led the Holy Spirit football team in scoring with 21 points.

1950 - Coach George Moore’s Brigantine Boys Club lost to Babe Hassons in a YMCA Junior Basketball League game played in Atlantic City. Rich Branco topped Brigantine with 19 points. The Boys Club team included Chuck Storm, George Christine, Jim Woerner, Butch Migone, Ceary Shreaves, Frank “Satch” Aliantro, Bill Hegarty, Ray Stork, and Chuck Storm.


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