Roundup: Camden-Wyoming reaches state finals in Senior baseball

By Daily State News
Posted 7/9/24

Camden-Wyoming topped Brandywine, 6-3, on Monday night to reach the state finals in Senior League baseball

Mid-Sussex (0-1) faces Brandywine (0-1) today at 7 p.m. at Newark National with the …

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Roundup: Camden-Wyoming reaches state finals in Senior baseball

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Camden-Wyoming topped Brandywine, 6-3, on Monday night to reach the state finals in Senior League baseball

Mid-Sussex (0-1) faces Brandywine (0-1) today at 7 p.m. at Newark National with the winner then taking on C-W on Wednesday at 7 p.m.

The three-team, double-elimination tourney would conclude on Thuesday night, if necessary.

The state champion in Little League’s age division for 12-16 year olds earns a spot in the East Regional in Bangor, Maine.

District I champion Camden-Wyoming (1-0) is now 5-1 after its fourth-straight win in all-stars.

On Monday, Shane Powell and Dennis Wilson had two hits each with Connor Heritage and Shane Powell (six strikeouts) combing to pitch for C-W.

Camden-Wyoming 7, Mid-Sussex 6: C-W opened the state tournament with the one-run win on Sunday night.

Connor Heritage went 3-for-4 for Camden-Wyoming with Makai Parker adding a pair of hits.

Heritage, Quin Collins, Zack Raiche and James Suhrbier all pitched for C-W. combining for six strikeouts. Suhrbier earned the win after pitching two innings for Camden-Wyoming.

Gage Wilkins had two hits for Mid Sussex, which fell to 3-1 overall in all-stars.

Intermediate

MOT 11, Milford 0: The Middletown area squad posted the win on Monday to capture the District I title.

MOT, which out-scored its three opponents by a combined 49-6 in the tourney, moves on to the state tournament, which starts on Friday in Dover. The East Regional is also being hosted by Dover.

Softball

Junior League

Western Sussex 16, Canal 0: The Sussex County squad won the opener of the state tournament being played at Milford.

Western Sussex faces Felton-Harrington today at 7 p.m. in the three-team, double-elimination tourney.

College athletics

UD starting new collective: The University of Delaware announced the formation of a new collective that will provide Name, Image, Likeness opportunities for its student-athletes.

Called the ‘302 Collective,’ the collective is being run by Chris Dohl and JP Gulli, a pair of UD alumni.

Dohl competed on the men’s swimming and diving team for trhe Blue Hens. He is the president of The Alias Group, based out of Newark.

Gulli is the owner of Kendall James Advisors, a registered investment advisor.

The 302 Collective will be hosting a kickoff event on Aug. 15 at The Starboard starting at 6 p.m. with guest servers including Delaware greats Mike Brey, Nick Boyle, Nolan Henderson, Scott Reihm, Kevin Anderson, Ryan Allen, and Dylan Painter among others.
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