Edison High School Principal to Baseball Team, "I'm Proud of You"

Credits: Marc Krauss
Credits: Marc Krauss
Credits: Marc Krauss
Credits: Marc Krauss
Credits: Marc Krauss
Credits: Marc Krauss
Credits: Marc Krauss
Credits: Marc Krauss
Credits: Marc Krauss

MILLBURN, NJ - The season didn't end as the Edison High School baseball team had wanted coming into Tuesday night's game against Millburn.

The game ended after six innings, 10-0. As the Edison players returned to their dugout, the mood was somber as they packed up their gear.

Charlie Ross, Edison High School prinicipal walked through the area up to as many players as possible and simple said, "I'm proud of you."

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The hitting of Ryan Adelman and the pitching of Brian Lannino has propelled the Millburn varsity baseball team into the sectional finals.

Adelman ripped two triples and drove in three runs and Lannino pitched a two-hitter as Millburn took a 10-0 victory over Edison in the semifinal round of the NJSIAA Section 2, Group 4 tournament on Tuesday.

Nick Minter and Jordan Brisgel also knocked in three runs, and Max Birner went 2-for-3 for the Millers (23-6). Millburn scored three runs in the second inning, four more in the fourth and three runs in the sixth inning.

Millburn will play for the sectional championship on Friday afternoon against the winner of the Basking Ridge-Scotch Plains semifinal.


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