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Team Name: TUFF N TUFFER GOLD
Managers Name: Coach RG
Email: tuffntuffer@comcast.net
Town: NJ/PA County: Hunterdon
Team type: Select/multi county
Website:http://www.eteamz.com/tuffntuffe

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Team Name: NJ Xplosion
Managers Name: Joe Tiernan
Email: vze1n4lq@verizon.net
Town: Marlton County: Burligton
Team type: Select/multi county
Website:http://www.eteamz.active.com/NJX

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Team Name: Jersey Storm
Managers Name: Stan Abromavage
Email: stan.abromavage@sparta.org
Town: Sparta County: Sussex
Team type: Select/multi county
Website:http://www.eteamz.com/jerseystorm

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Team Name: EHT X'treme
Managers Name: John Stratten
Email: jstratten@msn.com
Town: Egg Harbor Township County: Atlantic
Team type: Multi Town
Website:www.iteams.com/ehtx39treme

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Team Name: WachaNOboutus
Managers Name: Chris Ayala
Email: wachanoboutus@gmail.com
Town: County: Bergen
Team type: Select/multi county
Website:leaguelineup.com/wactravelin

Team Info We are currently forming a softball team to play in leagues in new jersey along with tournament within the united states and outside of the states. Any players 16 to 18 please contact Coach Chris at 347-975-5336 or email him with position, age, phone number and years of experience. Thanks Coach Chris


Team Name: Waretown Thunder
Managers Name: Darren Mooney
Email: dmooney28@verizon.net
Town: Waretown County: Ocean
Team type: Multi Town
Website:http://waretownthunder.org/index.htm

Team Info In 2012, the league continued its strong presence in the community, fielding one team in the 6U-8U-10U-14U-16U divisions and two squads in the 12U division. Meanwhile, the Thunder 16U travel team made some noise on the local, state, regional and countrywide levels by capturing the District 4 SNJ crown for a second straight year and then placing second in the state event to Hamilton. They qualified for the Mid-Atlantic Regionals and was the runner-up to old nemesis Hamilton in Charles County, Md. Darren Mooney's troops received an invitation to the World Series in Wilson County, N.C. After going 1-3 in pool play and failing to qualify for the championship bracket, the squad made a strong run in the Wilson Cup, a consolation event, and wound up finishing second after a 9-2 loss to Washington, N.C. En route to the title game, the Thunder recorded two heart-stopping victories in the quarterfinals and semifinals that will long be remembered by the players and coaching staff and should become part of Thunder lore.