Monday, April 29, 2013
The teams got into a bench-clearing brawl that resulted in the arrest of one adult on Saturday.
Rumson Fair-Haven and Red Bank Regional baseball will be ineligible for state tournaments following Saturday's melee in Little Silver, NJ.com reports. The New Jersey State Interscholastic Athletic Association (NJSIAA) issued the ruling Monday, according to the report. The incident occurred after a collision at home plate led to players on both teams rushing the field. Patrick Maisto, 49, a parent of a Rumson-Fair Haven student, is accused of coming on the field and assaulting a Buc player, according to an APP.com report. Maisto, who was arrested by Little Silver police, will reportedly plead not-guilty to the charge of simple assault, according to an APP.com article. NJSIAA rules state the a team with three or more ejections prior to the …
Sunday, April 28, 2013
Players in brawl may be suspended.
- POLICE & FIRE
Sunday, April 28
As the result of a Saturday baseball game melee, a Rumson parent has been arrested and charged with simple assault, according to APP.com. The parent, Patrick Maisto, 49, of Rumson, allegedly went onto the field and assaulted a Buc player after a sixth-inning collision during a tie game started a brawl, the report said. A Red Bank Regional player running from third base collided with the Rumson-Fair Haven catcher, clearing both benches, ending in the melee and possibly getting all brawling players suspended from upcoming games, it added. The game was immediately terminated and both teams could be found ineligible to compete in the upcoming NJSIAA Tournament.
Sunday, July 15, 2012
Shrewsbury's Mudcats win championship 8-3
Sunday, July 15, 2012
The following update on the Rookie League Championship was provided by John LoGioco ... The Rookie League Championship recreational baseball game was held recently between the Fair Haven Marlins and Shrewsbury Mudcats. From a league of 14 teams fielded from Rumson, Little Silver, Fair Haven, Red Bank and Shrewsbury, the Marlins and Mudcats overcame many challenges en route to the final July 11 game. It was a pitching duel for the first three innings as Marlins star pitcher John Volker and Mudcats star pitcher Nicky Ferrogine went head to head. The Mudcats broke out early to a 3-0 lead on base hits by Paul Ventre, Owen Laughlin and Nicky Ferrogine. There were some great plays in the field by both teams. The Marlins' Oliver LoGioco made …
Thursday, April 5, 2012
For baseball fans of the Philadelphia Phillies and New York Mets, today is opening day.
Baseball is poetry. This is what I tell my wife about this time each year, to which she replies "I know, you've said that before." I know I have, too, but I feel the need to proselytize, to spread the good word of a sport with no equal. You see, baseball is a perfect game. It's really not even up for debate. It's a wonder of math and science, of symmetry and precision. Greek philosopher Pythagoras called three a perfect number. You'll find baseball littered with threes and numbers, not coincidentally, divisible by three. Three strikes and your out. Three outs in an inning. Nine innings in a game. Nine defensive players on the field. Ninety feet to first. Sixty feet, six inches from the mound to home plate. Baseball's best hitters succeed a…
Tuesday, June 21, 2011
Monmouth County topped Ocean County 7-5 in the annual Shore Baseball Coaches Association Senior All-Star Game.
A strong pitching performance by a group of five pitchers helped the Monmouth County seniors end the season on a high note with a 7-5 win over Ocean County in the annual Shore Baseball Coaches Association Senior All-Star Game on Monday night at FirstEnergy Park. Monmouth Regional’s Max Schmardel, Middletown North’s Jake McIlraith, Wall’s Casey Mullooly, Manasquan’s Alex Branch and Red Bank Catholic’s Brendan McGann combined for eight shutout innings in the nine-inning game, with only a five-inning hiccup in the eighth preventing a shutout for the Monmouth County all-stars. Monmouth County struck for four runs in the first inning when St. Rose shortstop Kevin Case drew a one-out walk off Jackson Memorial’s Dan Falvo to start the rally. …
Wednesday, May 25, 2011
RFH routed Matawan 16-6 in six innings on Tuesday to advance to the NJSIAA Central Jersey Group II quarterfinals.
For Rumson-Fair Haven Regional High School's (RFH) baseball team, this season has been all about the fact that it’s not how you start, it’s how you finish. A team that was 2-7 in mid-April is now in the NJSIAA Central Jersey Group II quarterfinals after a 16-6 rout of division rival Matawan in six innings on Tuesday at Dieter Johnson Memorial Field. The victory brought the 11th-seeded Bulldogs (10-10) back to the .500 mark for the first time since they were 1-1 in the first week of the season. They will now travel to third-seeded Governor Livingston for a quarterfinal game on Friday afternoon. “We just have everybody hitting right now and we’re playing our best at the right time,’’ said shortstop Chris Lorenz. After a slow start to the …
Monday, May 23, 2011
A round-up of useful information and events happening around Rumson and Fair Haven today.
Here is a list of 5 things you need to know today: 1. Rainy Days: Repack that umbrella because according to the National Weather Service, more rain is heading our way this week. Today will be cloudy with a high near 69. There will be a chance of showers throughout the day with thunderstorm likely after 2:00 p.m. There will be patchy fog before 8am. The showers will continue through the night with a chance of showers and thunderstorms between 8pm and 2am. There will be a low around 62. 2. A Great Find: After a week of downpours, Saturday was a perfectly sunny day for the Fair Haven Town Wide Yard Sale. Over 50 retailers and over 100 households took part in the 2nd annual event. Storeowners held side walk sales along River Road while …