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Gov. Phil Murphy says scholastic sports in New Jersey will “get there”, Cranford wins LDWS

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The Last Dance Baseball Tournament lets seniors who last their final season a chance to compete

Asbury Park Press

TRENTON – Gov. Phil Murphy said Friday night he is still optimistic there will be a scholastic sports season in New Jersey this fall. 

“My personal view is we’ll get there,” said Murphy to reporters at Arm&Hammer Park after he threw out the first pitch at the Last Dance World Series, presented by RWJBarnabas Health, championship game between Cougars Baseball (Cranford) and the Jackson Jags (Jackson Memorial). Cranford won the game 12-2 in five innings. 

Murphy’s comments came after he said earlier in the day the COVID-19 rate of transmission number of 1.35 was setting off “alarms that we are taking very seriously”

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