Once you attend Bergen Catholic, you are a Crusader for life. Your connection to Bergen transcends the doors of Oradell Avenue and follows you far beyond the borders of the state of New Jersey. In fact, our extensive network of over 11,000 alumni spans throughout the United States and dozens of countries around the world.
May 6 – Ramsey, NJ – The Crusaders put the ball in play, but the Ironmen played some stellar defense to hold the Crusaders to one run over seven innings as Don Bosco won 5-1.
Juan DeLaCruz gave the Crusaders an early lead in the first as Ty Malone drove him in with a single.
Dom Cancellieri yielded only two runs through 4.2 innings. Joe Morin entered with bases loaded in the bottom of the fifth with bases loaded and got a big strike out to end the inning. He continued onto a 1-2-3 sixth in relief.
Pat Zuccola drilled a double in the top of the sixth, but the Crusaders were unable to bring him home. The loss puts BC at 6-1 in the BNC United, one game behind DBP. The Crusaders will need to win their final league game vs. the Ironmen on Thursday for a share of the league title.
CATHOLIC. GENTLEMEN. LEADERS.
ABOUT BERGEN CATHOLIC
Bergen Catholic High School is a private, four year (9-12) college preparatory school that delivers a traditional, value-centered Catholic education in a 21st Century learning environment and utilizes technology to better prepare students to lead in life and service to others. Bergen Catholic educates the whole person – mind, body and spirit – by deepening religious faith, developing academic excellence, and strengthening social consciousness and responsibility in young men.
BERGEN CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL
Founded and staffed by the Edmund Rice Christian Brothers 1040 Oradell Avenue Oradell, NJ 07649