FLEMINGTON, NJ - Brennan O'Neill, David Haberman and Tate Ballestero have been selected to play in the Fifth Annual Garden State Underclass Games, scheduled for 7pm Wednesday June 17 at Diamond Nation Baseball Facility.

Morristown's trio will join 114 top New Jersey players representing geographic regions of the state – Northwest, Northeast, Central and South. The four teams will tangle in a doubleheader played on adjacent fields at the Diamond Nation baseball complex.  The Northeast team will play the Northwest squad on Field 1 and the Central team will face the South squad on Field 4.

The Northeast team is made up of Waldy Arias: Plainfield High School; Andy Axelson: Roxbury High School; Tate Ballestero: Morristown High School;Matthew Busher: North Hunterdon High School;Michael Cilio: Mendham High School; Drew Compton: Governor Livingston High School; Chase Cramer: Newton High School; Joey DeChiaro: Hunterdon Central High School; Alex Degen: Hunterdon Central High School; Peter DeMaria: Chatham High School; Vincent DiNicola: Kinnelon High School; Gordon Graceffo: Cranford High School; David Haberman: Morristown High School; Jason Harris: Mount Olive High School; Christian Hlinka: Del Val High School; Justin Johnson: North Hunterdon High School; Brendan Lowery: Randolph High School; Colin Mason: Hunterdon Central High School; Brennan O'Neill: Morristown High School; Cole Patten: Sparta High School; Kevin Putsky: Pope John High School; Stephen Reid: Union County VoTech; Alex Russo: Morris Hills High School; Connor Staine: West Morris Central High School; Matt Stamford: Chatham High School; Joe Turek: Arthur L. Johnson High School; Anthony Volpe: Delbarton High School; Danny Wilkinson: Scotch Plains Fanwood High School.

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“This is a great opportunity for Diamond Nation to give back to the baseball community by providing a showcase for the talented underclassmen throughout New Jersey,” said Steve DiTrolio, Director of the Garden State Underclassman Games. “We’ve received a great response from the many college scouts in attendance the past three years and look forward to another outstanding event.”
The fifth annual event brings together an array of high-level talent that matches what the fans and scouts of the Underclass Games have come to expect.