Sports Shorts

Old Bridge Fall Ball will hold its final registration for the fall season on Friday from 5-8 p.m. at the Cheesequake Little League fields on Schulmeister Road East. Fees are $65 for 12U and $75 for ages 13-16. There is no workbond. Games start after Labor Day and run through the end of October.

For more information, visit www.leaguelineup.com/OBFB or call George Howell at (732) 407-3498.

On July 19, the East Brunswick 11U boys all-star team took first place in the Montgomery Tournament, beating the South Brunswick Bandits. The successful six-game series was the result of the pitching of Justin Rosa, Mike Toto and Chris Wilczynski, the fielding of Philip Merola, Nick Gudzak, Sam Horowitz, Mike Cia and Zack Lublin, and the hitting of Ryan Berdoff, Dominick Razzano, Ryan Frey and Jimmy Wendell.

The Central Jersey U13 travel baseball team is looking for players to round out its roster for fall season and play on 60/90 fields. The team will play locally in the fall, but the plan is for a committed team to play leagues and tournaments throughout 2006. Players must be born on or after May 1, 1992.

Call (732) 462-0477 or e-mail njbats@optonline.net for additional information.

Sayre Woods South youth baseball will be hosting travel team tryouts for anyone age 12 or under as of April 30, 2005. Looking for a couple of players to fill roster spots for a competitive 50-70 fall and spring season. Anyone interested should contact Frank at (732) 841-5646 and leave a message. Time and date for the tryouts will be determined within a week or two. Tryouts are open to all, but the team is looking for committed players. Fall and spring seasons consist of one game a week on weekends and possibly several tournaments throughout the two seasons.

Following are the results of the Tamarack Women’s Nine-Hole Golf Association’s July 21 outing — Specks; longest drive in the fairway, first on green, all one putts.

Marion Batchelor won the A Flight with an 11, followed by Jean Ertle (8), Dee Moles (8) and Barbara Chudkowski (8). Diane DelMasto won the B Flight with a 10, followed by Gail Dimaio (8), Abbey Lorber (7) and Annabelle Donnamaria (7). Morie Marino won the C Flight with a 7, followed by Mary Thompson (5), Marge Wukitsch (4), and Linda Pitone (2). Jean Ertle had fewest putts with 14.

At the 2005 President’s Cup — match play— Jean Ertle defeated Rosanne Marosy in the finals. In the Vice President’s Cup, Gloria Frock defeated Gail Dimaio.

For the second year in a row, the Jersey Sting U11 girls basketball team has won the AAU state championship, advancing them to the nationals.

The Sting U11 girls are led by a very dedicated coaching staff, including Kevin Kresge (Holmdel), Tim Cooper (Colts Neck) and Carmine Spinella (Colts Neck). Both Kresge and Cooper have led teams in the past that won national titles.

Once again, the state title came down to the very two same teams as last year — the Sting and the Central Jersey Hawks. The Hawks are well coached by Mary Beth Chambers and have a lot of depth. Their passing game is tremendous and their press is one of the toughest in the game to break.

However, Kresge had the Sting girls well prepared for their opponent, and led by the efforts of Stacy Coyle (Monroe), who had 22 points (including five three-pointers), the Sting persevered.

The Sting’s roster comprises Coyle, Ashley Cooper (Colts Neck), Amanda Spinella (Colts Neck), Jennifer Cecilone (Tinton Falls), Tara Patti (Tinton Falls), Sy’Essence Davis (Neptune), Shannon Nelson (Holmdel), Shannon McDermott (Holmdel), Heather Gurdon (Perrineville) and Victoria Lesko (Mahwah).