Holy Family
In his debut start of the season, Christian Culver from Croydon, Pa. and Harry S. Truman (Bucks County CC) showcased his skill on the mound, securing a complete game win. 
 
Holy Family wasted no time, scoring five runs in the first two innings, leading to a 7-5 victory over Caldwell at Father Judge High School on Sunday afternoon. Earlier in the day, the Cougars had taken control early on, securing a 10-5 win over the Tigers. 
 
Culver whiffed three while surrendering five runs in the win - his ERA on the year sits at 2.86.
 
Isaac Criss (Bucks County CC) proved to be a consistent performer, reaching base multiple times across both games. In the doubleheader, Criss finished 3-for-6 with a home run, three RBI, three runs, three stolen bases, and a hit-by-pitch. 
 
Joining Criss in driving runs home in the second game was Zach Morales and Triton Regional (PSU-Abington), who also contributed with a homer. Dalton Turner from Langhorne, Pa. and Neshaminy (Bucks County CC) added to the offensive display with a home run in game one. 
 
Looking ahead, the Tigers are gearing up for a busy week, featuring five Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference (CACC) games. Their schedule kicks off with a 2 p.m. doubleheader at Felician on Tuesday. 
 
Elsewhere, Jefferson split a doubleheader on Sunday with Dominican, winning the opener 9-5, before losing the nightcap, 13-8. 
 
Marquise Wood led the Rams in their victory, finishing 1-for-2 with three RBIs with the highlight being a two-run homer in the sixth. Josh Lopez also had a solid game at the plate, finishing 2-for-4 with three runs scored and a pair of RBIs. 
 
The Rams will host Bloomfield for a CACC doubleheader on Tuesday.

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