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Saturday, April 9, 2016
SOFTBALL:West Milford stays hot on a cold day in Little Falls
|Passaic Valley catcher Nicole Groh.
LITTLE FALLS – The West Milford softball team has been quite a surprise so far this season and not because they are winning games over good competition. That they have been doing for decades, but with an 11-run inning against Wayne Hills and a 16-run frame against Fair Lawn, the Highlanders have spoiled themselves a bit with their torrid bats in a pair of five-inning wins. Facing a Passaic Valley team hungry for an upset, West Milford had to get back to the fundamentals that have made it such a successful program for so many years. Pitching and defense with a few timely hits along the way is the proven formula for success. Paige Masiello and Peyton Porch had back-to-back two-run singles in the top of the sixth to break the game open and West Milford stayed unbeaten on the season with a 7-2 victory over Passaic Valley on Friday afternoon in Little Falls. “I think we've done a great job of having quality at-bats, but today we had to put it all together and not just rely on having one big inning,” said West Milford head coach Nikki Gwinnett. MORE...
PASSAIC VALLEY HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS COVERAGE
|Passaic Valley's Chris Armagno.
WRESTLING:Passaic Valley wins first section title since 2005
BOYS BASKETBALL:Ramsey rolls on the road at Passaic Valley
GIRLS BASKETBALL:Passaic Valley shoots the lights out against North Arlington
GIRLS SOCCER:Lakeland gets back on track