NEWS, SPORTS, COMMENTARY, POLITICS for Gloucester City and the Surrounding Areas of South Jersey and Philadelphia

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Gloucester High's senior captain Thomas O'Donnell at the plate-- photo credit Bruce Darrow

GLOUCESTER CITY NJ--On Friday, April 26,  the Gloucester City High School's baseball team dropped another heartbreaker 3 - 0 to Gloucester County Insitute of Technology as Lion's senior Steve Bobo pitched 7 strong innings. The Cheetahs first run came off a Lion's miscue in the first and that was all they needed in their win.
The Lions have been held without a run in the last 15 innings after stellar pitching by Austin Darrow and Steve Bobo allowed a total of 5 runs this past week.
Tentatively the championship game of the Jim Kelly Tournament, played at the Gloucester High School field, Route 130 and Market Street, is scheduled for Saturday, May 4th, with the Lion's facing Woodbury.  


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