Tuesday, June 7, 2011

Softball: Non Public A State Final: Immaculate Heart 2, DePaul 1

Source: The Star Ledger

DePaul (16-11) which lost twice to Immaculate Heart during the regular season, took a 1-0 lead in third when Emily Cutler poked an RBI single beyond first base and into right field with two out. The lead held into the bottom of the seventh. Click here to read more

Saturday, June 4, 2011

Softball State Sectional Semifinals: DePaul 4, Paramus Catholic

Source: The Bergen Record

DePaul thought it needed a new game plan against Paramus Catholic. After beating the Paladins twice during the regular season, it thought (Read More)

Thursday, June 2, 2011

Wayne Today's Story On DePaul's Baseball Passaic County Championship

Source: The Wayne Today

For most of the 2011 high school baseball season, the majority of the local attention went to Wayne Valley (16-9) and Wayne Hills (18-9). There was a good reason. Both were steamrolling to arguably their best ever seasons. DePaul, this season, didn't seem to compare to its other crosstown rivals. For most of the season, the Wayne-based parochial school wallowed below the .500 mark. As the season wore on, though, the Spartans steadily righted the ship and is currently enjoying an eight-game win streak.

DePaul (14-8) punctuated its bounce-back season by claiming its third ever Passaic County championship (1973, 2001, 2010) this past Monday. Fittingly, the championship came at the expense of crosstown Wayne Hills and Wayne Valley.First, DePaul (No. 11) upset Wayne Hills (No. 2) in the semifinals, 8-6 last Saturday morning. Next, they knocked off Wayne Valley (No. 1) in the finals, 8-4. DePaul is the first (Click here to read more)

Wednesday, June 1, 2011

Softball: Non Public A Quarterfinals: DePaul 1, Pope John 0

Christina Martinez belted the game winning homerun with two outs in the bottom of the 8th inning to lift DePaul (No. 2). Chelsea Batelli fired a two hitter.

Baseball: North Non Public A Quarterfinals: Seton Hall Prep 7, DePaul 3

Sean Jones had an RBI and two doubles for DePaul (14-11). Mike Sweeney took the loss. George Monsen had two hits.