Newspaper article The Record (Bergen County, NJ)

All-North Jersey Baseball

Newspaper article The Record (Bergen County, NJ)

All-North Jersey Baseball

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P: ZACK DREZNIN

No. Highlands, junior

This Notre Dame-bound right-hander dominated during the Highlanders' stretch run, once he became eligible May 1 after a transfer from Bergen Catholic. He finished with a 6-1 record, a 0.91 ERA and 52 strikeouts in 46 innings for the state Group 3 champions.

P: THOMAS FEEHAN

Ramsey, senior

This stylish lefty is off to Hartford after a dominant season in which he allowed only seven earned runs (0.77 ERA). He also had an 8- 1 record, including four shutouts, 78 strikeouts in 64 innings and a save.

P: RYAN MOORE

Waldwick, senior

The Warriors' workhorse right-hander, bound for Stockton University, led them to the Group 1 title game with a North Jersey- best 10 wins. He also recorded 90 strikeouts in 72 2/3 innings and posted a 1.64 ERA.

P: AUSTIN PHILLIPS

Wayne Hills, senior

This right-hander, committed to Marist, went 7-1, including a complete game in the Patriots' win against West Milford in the Passaic County final. He finished with a 0.86 ERA, a 0.67 WHIP, 64 strikeouts and just seven walks in 49 innings.

C: JAMES DOLAGHAN

Rutherford, junior

He stood out on a team not known for power hitters. Dolaghan finished the season with a .474 batting average (37-for-78), seven doubles, four home runs and 32 RBI in 24 games.

1B: SPENCER

McNAMARA

Waldwick, sophomore

McNamara burst on the scene with an impressive all-around season for the Group 1 finalists. He batted .453 (43-for-95), hit four home runs and nine doubles, and knocked in a team-high 42 runs.

2B: MATT DIPASUPIL

No. Highlands, senior

An outstanding defensive player, this James Madison preferred walk-on led the Group 3 champions in hits (40), batting average (.404) and RBI (32). Also had 12 extra-base hits (seven doubles, four triples and a homer).

SS: JOEY CASTELLANOS

St. Mary, junior

The Record Player of the Year led the Gaels to the state Non- Public B final by batting .552 (53-for-96), scoring 37 times and driving in 43 runs. Hit nine doubles, four triples and two homers and stole 11 bases.

3B: JUSTYN-HENRY MALLOY

St. Joseph, sophomore

This Vanderbilt recruit had a big season in the middle of a strong lineup. Batted .440 (33-for-75), hit six doubles, a triple and seven home runs, had 28 RBI, and played solid defense. …

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