HASBROUCK HEIGHTS; NJ - A look at the performances of some of Hasbrouck Heights recent graduates who are playing collegiate sports during the spring of 2021.  

Olivia Marinelli (Hasbrouck Heights High School, Class of 2019) - Bucknell University Softball:

Marinell has appeared in eight games for Bucknell, recording a 2-2 record, with two complete games. She has pitched 27.2 innings, allowing 28 hits, 15 runs (14 earned) while striking out 29 and walking 10.   Bucknell has been on a break, and resumes its season this week.

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Jasiah Purdie (Hasbrouck Heights High School, Class of 2019) - Wide Receiver, Lackawanna Community College:  

Purdie has played in both Lackawanna games so far this spring.  Against Sussex, he caught one pass for 17 yards in a 37-7 victory.  Against Snow College, he caught two passes for three yards in a 27-7 loss.  It was the first home loss for Lackawanna since 2014.

Julia Campen (Hasbrouck Heights High School, Class of 2020) - Centenary University Softball:

Campen picked up her first two collegiate win during the week, as Centenary resumed its season after being shutdown for COVID.  So far she has made four appearances as a starter, with a 2-2 record.  Campen has allowed 21 hits and 15 runs, nine earned, in 15 innings pitched, with 11 strikeouts and eight walks.

Spencer Lee (Hasbrouck Heights High School, Class of 2020) - Quarterback, William Paterson University:  

Lee played in the Pioneers only game of the spring, as COVID issues caused the cancellation of both remaining games. Starting at quarterback, he completed nine passes in 21 attempts for 87 yards and one interception in a 28-0 loss to Montclair State.

Lee also rushed nine times for 28 yards in the game.  Rutherford’s Abellany Mendez rushed for two touchdowns and 114, a caught two passes for 15 yards and a touchdown for the Red Hawks.



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