NJ softball power rankings (4/10/12)
Softball power rankings
The Ravens had outscored their first two opponents 19-0, but got the first scare of the season on Monday, edging out Ewing, 7-6.
|2||Toms River East||4-0||-||
Back-to-back victories over Pequannock and St. John Vianney make the Raiders a legitimate threat for the top spot.
|3||St. John Vianney||2-1||1||
The defending state champs dropped their first game of the season to Toms River East.
The Panthers lost a heartbreaker to Toms River East. But they have a big game coming up Wednesday vs. Chatham.
The Blue Eagles have not given up a run yet in their first four games. They have a big matchup Friday vs. DePaul.
The Cougars have cruised through the first four, including a 5-2 win over Mt. St. Dominic.
The Eagles' Valerie Cassell has hurled four shutouts in five games. Big GMC showdown with East Brunswick coming up on Thursday morning.
The Raiders' first two wins are impressive, sending both Phillipsburg and East Brunswick down to defeat.
The Bears rolled through the first three games, but lost a tough extra-inning affair to Hillsborough.
The Eagles' lone loss was to IHA, as they were shut out by ace Steph Thomas.
The Braves are on fire! Ashley DeYoung has belted three homers in her first four games.
The Spartans are averaging nine runs per game and have outscored opponents, 27-1.
The Highlanders won the first two, but dropped a 2-0 pitcher's duel to DePaul.
These Spartans have come out swinging. They have posted 39 runs in three games.
It's all about the pitching of Lauren Fiorenzo, who has fueled Paramus to a 5-0 start.