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Tuesday, April 18, 2006

CBA rolls a 7; Former Monmouth U hoopster news

Yes, CBA did blast seven home runs in Tuesday's 13-2 win at Howell. Mike (Babe Ruth) Galeotafiore did bomb 3. The wind was blowing out to left at 75 miles an hour. Just kidding. Those are individual and school records according to coach Marty Kenney. This sets the stage for Thursday's first place showdown at Freehold Township. Looks like Dave Laufer for CBA and Brett Brach for Township. Brach got the last two outs Tuesday vs. Manalapan.

In action Tuesday whose details won't make the write ups night games Wall over Stuyvesant NY in Florida, 13-0. Chris Hughes on a five-inning one-hitter. Middletown North topped South, 5-2. Also, Holmdel downed Matawan 4-2 behind Joe Brescia's route-going effort. It was Ocean 12-0 over Marlboro as senior left-hander Matt Segall pitched a five-inning one-hitter, striking out four, walking one, and only allowing an infield single in the second inning. Senior center fielder Mike Rochford had a double, triple and two RBI for Ocean.

Here comes St. John Vianney!. With its 10-0 win over Raritan Tuesday and RBC's loss to Rumson the Lancers have tightened the Class A Central race.

This has not been a good week for No. 2 Brick and No. 4 RBC as both have been tumbling. Meanwhile perennial Class A South winners TR East and TR South appear to be taking command. TR East again looking good in its quest for a sixth straight division title with Brick trying to stand in its way Thursday.

In college basketball
Former Monmouth U player and assistant coach Andy Partee, who helped guide Brown University to three runner-up finishes in the Ivy League during the early 2000s, has been named head coach of the men's basketball team at Division III Colorado College in Colorado Springs.

Partee brings more than 14 years of coaching and recruiting experience to the Tigers. He has served as an assistant on the men'ss staff at Brown since June 1998, coordinating national recruiting efforts in addition to his on-court duties. He earlier spent four seasons (1994-98) as an assistant coach at Monmouth as well as two campaigns (1992-94) in the Division II ranks, at the University of Northern Colorado. Partee, who will turn 36 in May, is the 19th head coach in the history of Colora


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