NJ softball power rankings (4/17/12)
The Ravens have now won 30 straight games.
|2||Toms River East||8-0||2||
The Raiders come off a huge win over Caravel Academy, Delaware's No. 1 team.
Sophomore hurler Steph Thomas has given up just four runs in her first nine games.
The Cougars last week beat Pequannock, St. John Vianney and Hillsborough.
Eagles ace Valerie Cassell has not given up an earned run this season.
|6||St. John Vianney||7-2||3||
It's been a little up and down for the defending state champs early on. The Lancers lost an 8-7 slugfest to Raritan last week.
The Golden Panthers are still searching for that offense. They suffered two tough losses to TRE and Chatham, but got a huge win over Caravel.
The Raiders have emerged as team to beat in Somerset County. They have a big matchup vs. Hunterdon Central this week.
Jess Paslak leads the way on the mound, striking out nearly 50 batters in first seven games.
Plenty of offense here. Senior 1B Erica Falvey drove in three, as the Eagles posted a big win over RBC.
Bears suffered tough loss last week to GMC rival Edison.
The Rams have received dominant pitching from Ally Mende, who won five games last week, striking out 22. Lexi Knief went 4-4 with three RBI vs. Indian Hills.
Ashley DeYoung continues to lead the offensive charge, with three homers and four doubles.
The Redbirds are pounding the ball! Allentown hung a 14-spot on Notre Dame in a big CVC win on Monday.
Lauren Fiorenzo tossed another gem on Monday, a one-hit shutout win over Ridgewood.