Gaby Bennett Named to All-Colonial Valley Conference Team: (6/12/14):  Gaby Bennett was named to both the Trenton Time and Trentonian's All-Colonial Valley Conference Teams. Most teams usually have their better players in the infield for obvious reasons, but the Steinert junior is an exception. An excellent center fielder with speed and a strong arm, Bennett batted .459 with 39 hits, including 10 for extra bases. She has already reached the 100 mark for career hits. Bennett also knocked in 18 runs and stole 11 bases for a Steinert team that came on strong at the end.


Marlena Bevilacqua - St. John Vianney Valedictorian: (6/7/14):  Valedictorian Marlena Bevilacqua said Saturday was not as much about reminiscing about the past four years as much as it was about celebrating the graduates' accomplishments and moving on to their futures. "Yes it's scary, but it's also very exciting. The education that we received here at SJV has empowered each and every one of us to go out into the world and make a difference," she said. "I must admit that I'm extremely fearful on what's on the other side of this graduation ceremony. But SJV and all the people in this very room have given us such a solid foundation, that I am confident that we are ready for it."


Hillsborough 8 - Washington Twp 1, Group 4 Semifinals: (6/4/14):  Donna Conrad, Cayleen Rizo and Nicole Wishard all drove in two runs and Katie Gademsky finished with a six-hitter as Hillsborough, No. 3 in The Star-Ledger Top 20, posted an 8-1 victory over No. 14 Washington Township in the NJSIAA/Blue Ribbon Awards Group 4 semifinals yesterday in New Egypt.  Held to one hit after three innings, Hillsborough erupted for four runs in the fourth. Alyssa VanDerveer, a senior catcher who entered with a .609 average, got it started with an RBI single with one out to tie it.  Rizo, a senior third baseman, singled in the go-ahead run before Wishard, a sophomore designated player, hit a two-run double to make it 4-1.  Hillsborough added three runs in the fifth as Conrad, had an RBI double, which followed an intentional walk to VanDerveer, while junior Kelly Amen had an RBI single and Rizo a sacrifice fly RBI.  Hillsborough added one in the sixth on an RBI single by Conrad, who had three of her team's 10 hits. Wishard had two.


St. John Vianney 7 - Paul VI 1, Non-Public A Semifinals: (5/30/14):  Jessica Carlucci smacked a two-run home run while Ashley Ventura allowed one unearned run on six hits to propel St. John Vianney, No. 4 in The Star-Ledger Top 20, to a 7-1 victory over No. 13 Paul VI in the South Jersey, Non-Public A semifinals in Holmdel. Katie Baron went 2-for-3 with a double, two RBI and a run, while Ventura, Gianna Mavica and Marlena Bevilacqua had two hits apiece in the victory.


Haley Fedak - Voorhees HS is The Express-Times Player of the Week: (5/26/14):  Haley Fedak tossed a four-hitter with seven strikeouts and also hit a three-run home run in the Vikings' 8-1 victory over Mendham in a North 2 Group 3 quarterfinal round game on Tuesday and had two hits with a run scored and an RBI in a 7-5 win over Phillipsburg in a regular-season game on Wednesday.


St John Vianney 16 - Toms River  East 0 Shore Conference First Round: (5/22/14):  Jackie Gallagher went 3-for-4 with five RBI, three runs and a triple for St. John Vianney while Helena Coppola was 2-for-4 with five RBI. Marlena Bevilacqua finished 3-for-3 with three runs for St. John Vianney.


Voorhees 8 - Mendham 1 Group 3 Quarters: (5/20/14):  Haley Fedak hit a three-run home run for Voorhees as part of a seven-run sixth inning for the Hunterdon County school as it defeated Mendham, 8-1, in the NJSIAA/Blue Ribbon Awards North Jersey, Section 2, Group 3 tournament quarterfinals in Glen Gardner. Fedak struck out seven and walked four overall while allowing four hits and one run over seven innings for Voorhees. MaryKathryn McCann, Michelle Stanton and Irene Margiotta also had hits for Mendham in addition to Gionco.


South Brunswick Playing for Ashley Shor who is Alive and Well by the grace of God: (5/22/14):  The South Brunswick softball team has something to play for today far more important than trying to advance in the Greater Middlesex Conference Tournament. The Vikings will be playing this game and the rest of their season for one of their own who is alive and well by the grace of God. Junior pitcher Ashley Shor was involved in a car accident on Sunday afternoon. Facing a worst-case-scenario of paralysis, she will not only be able to walk again, but she is planning on competing her senior year for the cheerleading and softball teams.


Autumn Spinella Honored with Top Performer of the Week: (5/22/14):  Ninth-seeded Cedar Grove will be playing for the Essex County Tournament title on Friday and Junior Catcher, Autumn Spinella is a big part of the reason why. Since dropping down the game-winning suicide squeeze in a 5-4 upset of top-seeded Livingston on May 9, the junior catcher has batted .583 with two doubles, five walks, seven RBI and five runs in five games.


RBC Finally Healthy, Wins in Non-Public A First Round: (5/21/14):  Red Bank Catholic finally has a healthy, full team and the No. 9 Caseys (15-11) made the most of their first opportunity in the NJSIAA Non-Public South A tournament by scoring a 5-0 victory over No. 8 Gloucester Catholic. Caseys took the initial lead in the second when Amanda Savino singled in Gabby Bram, who had singled, then added another run when Lindsay Benitez scored on a wild pitch.


SJV Rebounds to win MCT Red Division Championship: (5/18/14):  Top-seeded St. John Vianney, playing for the first time since losing its first game of the season on Wednesday, found a bit of a hitting groove in the fifth, scored twice to grab the only lead it needed and knocked off No. 2 Manasquan, 4-0, for the MCT title. Both Ventura and Galvan were solid through four, as the SJV ace allowed just a single to Shakyra Moore, who muscled a soft liner just over the leaping effort of third baseman Marlena Bevilacqua in the bottom of the fourth while the Manasquan hurler had allowed three singles to center by Bevilacqua, Helena Coppola and Kate Baron.


Cedar Grove (10) - Nutely (4): (5/20/14):  Transformation continues for Cedar Grove, a 10-4 winner over Nutley in semis. That transformation went one step further today when Cedar Grove defeated fourth-seeded Nutley, 10-4, in the semifinals to advance to its seventh ECT final and first since 2010 at Mike Sheppard Sr. Field at Ivy Hill Park. Senior Shortstop Daniela Marinaro and junior catcher Autumn Spinellahowever, have played at this level and it showed. In the fourth, the duo hit booming back-to-back doubles off the fence to extend Cedar Grove's lead to 7-1. Marinaro drove in a run with her double and scored on Spinella's two-run double. "We picked up out act and got more serious," Spinella said. "We have a young team and work together extremely  well. We want to win and as underdogs we want to prove we can compete with all these other teams like we have in the past.


Bishop Ahr (3) - Sayerville (1): (5/12/14):  Bishop Ahr built a three-run lead over six innings on RBI by Megan Kushpa, Christine LaRochelle and Ashlin Martir, then held on for a 3-1 victory over Sayreville in Edison. Bishop Ahr scored one run in the first when Ragen Reddick doubled and scored on Kushpa's RBI single with two outs. Bishop Ahr went up 2-0 in the fourth when Martir reached base on a fielder's choice and later scored on a LaRochelle's RBI single.


Freehold Twp (10) - Manalapan (2): (5/13/14):  Junior first-baseman Katie Tirabassi lead Freehold Twp to a 10-2 win over North A division rival Manalapan Tuesday, avenging a loss to them earlier in the season. Tirabassi was 4-for-4 with 2 doubles, 2 singles, 3 RBI and 2-runs scored. Seniors Amanda Fryer and Marissa Barnes added to the hit parade on Senior Day by each contributing RBI doubles. Freshman pitcher Taylor Tobey notched her first win of the season in the process.   


Bishop Ahr (6) - Pingry (1): (5/19/14):  Amanda Julve hit a three-run homer in the third inning to break a scoreless tie and Christine LaRochelle pitched a five-hitter with 11 strikeouts and no walks to lead Bishop Ahr to a 7-1 victory over Pingry in the first round of the South Jersey, Non-Public A tournament in Edison. LaRochelle had two of Bishop Ahrs six hits, while Ragen Reddick chipped in with an RBI. Julve finished with four RBI.


Steinert (8) - West Windsor North (3): (5/17/14):  Steinert junior centerfielder Gaby Bennett was the highlight of Monday's 8-4 win over West Windsor-Plainsboro North as she rapped her 100th career hit in the first inning. It is the ninth win in 11 games for the Spartans (12-9) and kept them hot entering Wednesday’s Central Jersey Group III quarterfinal game at Northern Burlington.


Sayerville (7) - South Plainfield (1) Greater Middlesex First Round: (5/17/14):  Starting a team of four sophomores, two juniors, two freshmen and one senior, ninth-seeded Sayreville used a formula of pitching, defense, hitting and power hitting to post a 7-1 victory over eighth-seeded South Plainfield. Erin Fitzsimmons, the loser in last year's tourney final as a sophomore despite pitching well, made it all stand as she finished with a three-hitter with no earned runs allowed, striking out six and walking one.


Bishop Ahr (3) - Spotswood (2) Greater Middlesex First Round: (5/17/14):  Ragen Reddick tied the score with a sacrifice fly in the bottom of the 10th and Amanda Julve delivered an RBI single to left-center as seventh-seeded Bishop Ahr pulled out a 3-2 victory over 10th-seeded Spotswood in the first round of the Greater Middlesex Conference Tournament at South Plainfield High School. LaRochelle gave up five hits to earn the victory, striking out 10 and walking two.


Hillsborough (8) - Colts Neck (2), NJSIAA Tournament, First Round, Central Jersey, Group 4: (5/17/14):  Nicole Wishard and Alyssa VanDerveer each had two RBI and Taryn Grober hit a solo home run to lead Hillsborough over Colts Neck, 8-2, in the first round of the Central Jersey, Group 4 tournament in Hillsborough. 

Hillsborough (13) - Bridgewater-Raritan (1): (5/14/14) Alyssa VanDerveer went 3-for-4 with a home run and two RBI for Hillsborough, No. 5 in The Star-Ledger Top 20, as it defeated Bridgewater-Raritan, 13-1, in Bridgewater.  Nicole Wishard was 3-for-4 with three runs and 2 RBI while Donna Conrad finished 3-for-3 with two runs and an RBI. 


Sayreville 9 - South Brunswick 2 (First Round CJ Group 4): (5/15/14) Erin Stvan went 2-for-4 with three RBI and Erin Fitzsimmons pitched a three-hitter when Sayreville beat South Brunswick, 9-2, in the opening round of the Central Jersey, Group 4 tournament in Sayreville. Mary Kate Kersting had two hits, including a two-run double, and Ryane Brush and Fitzsimmons added two hits each for Sayreville, which beat South Brunswick for the third time this season thanks to a seven-run second inning


Steinert Tunes Up for CJIII tourney by beating Hamilton: (5/14/14) Junior Gaby Bennett, well, let the statistics speak for themselves. Against Hamilton, Bennett went 4-for-4 with a double, home run, four RBIs and a stolen base. Going back to Tuesday’s win at Nottingham, Bennett has six hits in her last seven at-bats, with two homers, a double and seven RBI. Bennett and Giordano keep Steinert surging into CJIII. Gaby Bennett’s bat is speaking so loud right now they are handing out ear plugs at Steinert softball games, as she and pitcher Jess Giordano’s paced the Spartans to a 6-0 win over visiting Hamilton on Senior Day.


Cedar Grove (7) - Caldwell (5): Junior Catcher Autumn Spinella hit two home runs while Rianna Marinelli went 3-for-4 to lead Cedar Grove past Caldwell, 7-5, in Caldwell. Spinella finished with three RBI and two runs while Marinelli had two runs of her own.


Hillsborough (5) - Bridgewater-Raritan (4) Somerset County Finals: Hillsborough fell behind by three runs entering the bottom of the fourth inning against Bridgewater-Raritan.  But home runs from Kelly Amen and Alyssa VanDerveer, plus an RBI triple from Arielle Couso and a sixth inning game-winning sacrifice fly by Nicole Wishard, led second-seeded Hillsborough, No. 5 in The Star-Ledger Top 20, past fifth-seeded Bridgewater-Raritan, 5-4, at Torpey Athletic Complex in Bridgewater


Sayerville (7), South Brunswick (0): (5/6/14) Christina Misiur led a balanced offensive attack with two hits and two RBI and Erin Fitzsimmons tossed a two-hitter with three strikeouts and one walk as Sayreville beat South Brunswick for the second time this season, 7-0 in Monmouth Junction

Sayerville (12), North Brunswick (1): (5/13/14) Erin Fitzsimmons gave up one run on two hits while walking three and striking out 11 and helped her own cause by going 2-for-4 with an RBI and two runs scored to lead Sayreville past North Brunswick, 12-1, in Sayerville.


Delaware Valley (6), South Brunswick (5): (5/13/14) Justina Walck was 5-for-5 with two runs and a double for Delaware Valley as it defeated South Brunswick, 2-1, in Alexandria. Megan Mount struck out 19 and walked four over 11 innings for Delaware Valley while also going 2-for-5 with an RBI triple. Amanda O'Brien finished 2-for-4 with three runs for Delaware Valley.


Cedar Grove (5) at Livingston (4) Essex County Tournament Quarterfinals: Daniella Cordasco hit an RBI triple and scored on Autumn Spinella's squeeze bunt in the seventh as Cedar Grove rallied for a 5-4 victory over defending champion Livingston, No. 16 in the Star-Ledger top 20, in the quarterfinals of the Essex County tournament in Livingston.


Devorin Amongst Shore Conference Leaders: Butler (Barnegat) .638; Reilly (TR North) .623; Varvaro (TR East) .587; DiGiorgio (Henry Hudson).565; Devorin (Freehold) .563; Conroy (Matawan) .540; Krumbine (SJV) .520; Molnar (Jackson Memorial) .511; McDonaugh (Brick) .509; Gallagher (SJV) .500; Ward (TR North) .500; Picone (Marlboro) .491; Saito (Manasquan) .483; McGeehan (Donovan) .479; Fernandez (Mater Dei) .478; Kawa (Brick) .476.


RBC (10) at Toms River East (2): After a scoreless first, the Caseys (12-9) strung together 10 hits of various kinds and jumped out to a 9-0 lead they didn’t relinquish. After Tess Griswold singled and went to third on Maggie Rue’s double to right-center field, Allie Savino singled to left to score Griswold for a 1-0 lead. Allie Savino then stole second and Amanda Savino walked to load the bases for Lindsay Benitez, who recently returned from an injury.In the top of the third, the Raiders (10-7) bounced back with a pair of runs, when Cassie Varvaro dropped a bunt single, Alyssa Raimondo walked and Sam Lanzano drilled a ball into right-center for a double, easily scoring Varvaro and Raimondo.


East Brunswick 10, Edison 0: (4/22/2014) Samantha Smalley went 3-for-3 with a double and scored three runs for East Brunswick, Ashli Venokur had three hits and four RBI to lead the attack. Amanda Wortham smacked a two-run home run in the third, extending the lead to 8-0.


Cedar Grove (5) at West Orange (2): Freshman Rianna Marinelli allowed two runs on three hits while striking out two in her high school debut and boosted Cedar Grove to a 5-2 victory over West Orange in West Orange. Facing a 2-0 deficit in the fifth, junior catcher Autumn Spinella hit a home run to spark a four-run Cedar Grove inning.

Cedar Grove (11) at Bloomfield (5): Daniela Marinaro singled and then Autumn Spinella launched a home run over the fence in left field for a 4-0 lead. The first five batters in the Cedar Grove lineup were a combined 12-for-20 as part of the Panthers' 14-hit attack. Cedar Grove extended its margin to 11-2 in the sixth. Spinella, who finished 3-for-4 with four RBI, doubled in a run


Governor Livingston 10 - Cranford 1: Carolyn Goldbeck delivered a grand slam in a seven-run second inning and Olivia Hendrzak had two doubles and 4 RBIs to help third seeded Governor Livingston (10-7) advance.


St John Vianney 10 - Shore 0: St. John Vianney scored two runs in the seventh inning to solidify the victory over Shore Regional. Katie Baron went 2-for-2 with a run scored while Marlena Bevilacqua went 2-for-3 scoring a run for St. John Vianney.


Hillsborough 11 - Mount St Mary 1: (5/3/14) Nicole Wishard went 2-for-3 with a homer and four RBIs, and Cayleen Rizo singled, doubled and drove in four runs to power second-seeded Hillsborough. Jess Santelli added a triple and two RBIs for the Raiders, who will play host to third-seeded Immaculata in Wednesday’s semifinals. Katie Haley went 2-for-3 with an RBI and Andrea Sanders added a hit, run and two stolen bases for seventh-seeded Mount St. Mary.


Cutright's Homer Caps Dover's Route of Northeastern: (5/1/2014) Nat Cutright had a pair of doubles and a home run to lead the Eagles in a rout of the Bobcats. Cutright's home run came in the bottom of the fifth to end the game via the 10-run rule. Cutright finished the day 4-for-4 with four RBIs in the win. Teammate Cassandra Root hit a two-run homer in the third, and Karsyn Blauser went 3-for-3 with a pair of RBIs.


Gerhart leads Wradlaw-Hartridge over South River 15-2: (5/1/2014) For the second straight season, Wardlaw-Hartridge is dominating the GMC Gold Division and senior shortstop Taylor Gerhart is a big reason why. Gerhart went a shattering 12-for-15 with four doubles, four home runs, 17 RBI, and eight runs over four games last week. On the season she is hitting .735 with seven doubles, one triple, five home runs, 10 stolen bases, 22 runs, and 33 RBI.


Manalapan Upends Middletown North: (4/29/2014) The hunt for the Class A North division gets more interesting by the week, and for some teams a spoiler role is their place. Such was the case for Manalapan on Tuesday, as Kristen Ruggiero singled in Jaime Denza, who went 2-for-3, to break a 5-5 tie during the bottom of the seventh, giving the Braves (4-7, 3-7) a 6-5 victory.


Freehold 5, Neptune 4: (4/29/2014) Down by two in the bottom of the seventh, the Colonials (2-11, 2-8) received a single by Kelsey Quinn, who stole second and went to third on a single by Anna Vaccaro, before Skylar Devorin tripled to bring in the tying runs and then scored the game-winner on an error for the B North win. Vaccaro, Devorin and Dominique Franscino each had two hits.


Middletown North 8, Freehold 6: (4/24/2014) The Patriots’ Amanda Freyre slugged a pair of two-run homers and Katie Tirabassi added a solo blast while going 3-for-4, but it wasn’t enough to prevent the Lions (7-2, 5-1) from grabbing the A North victory.


Somerville 7, Scotch Plains-Fanwood 0: (4/29/2014) Amanda Carisone twirled a one-hit shutout, walked none and struck out 16 as Somerville cruised to a road victory. Jazley Sziezer provided the offensive spark, going 3-for-4 with two doubles, three runs and two RBI, while Kim Camacho added three hits and two RBIs for the Pioneers (8-3).


Bishop Ahr 9 Colonia 1: (4/22/2014) Ragen Reddick hit a first inning RBI double and highlighted a seven-run sixth inning with a grand slam to power Bishop Ahr (5-5). Lauren Eicher earned her first varsity win, allowing an unearned run on three hits with five strikeouts and no walks. Trish Daneke hit a fifth-inning sacrifice fly to produce the only Colonia (7-5) run.


Sayreville 2 Old Bridge 0: (4/21/2014) Junior Erin Fitzsimmons shut down a strong hitting Old Bridge team on two hits with five strikeouts and no walks, while Christina Misiur and Kelly Duffy drove in runs as Sayreville edged Old Bridge, 2-0 in a Greater Middlesex Conference, Red Division clash in Sayreville.


South Brunswick 6 Piscataway 5: (4/21/2014) Brianna Crossen hit a game-tying sacrifice fly in the bottom of the sixth inning and Julie Foeldes followed with an RBI single to platye the go-ahead run and help South Brunswick (4-4) capture the victory. Ashley Shor led the Viking hit attack, going 3-for-3 with a triple, RBI, and two runs. Amanda Fisher, who led off the home sixth with a single, went 2-for-3 with two runs for South Brunswick and winning pitcher Leann Panconi scattered 12 hits and allowed two earned runs for the win.


Shore Conference Softball Program Weigh Benefits, Drawbacks of Turf Fields: (4/19/2014) Middletown North's Taylor Apel slides into second to break up a double play as Red Bank Catholic's Amanda Savino tries to throw to first during a game on the turf at RBC.  


Jackson Liberty 12, Lakewood 0: (4/17/2014) Brianna Holder swatted a double, walked twice and scored three times, and Kayla Conners added a double to help lead the Lions. A.J. Fatovic struck out eight, walked two and gave up two hits to get the win in the circle. 

Jackson Liberty 4, TRE 3: (4/19/2014) A day after third-seeded Toms River East was knocked off by 14th-seeded Barnegat, second-seeded Toms River North became the next victim Saturday, as 15th-seeded Jackson Liberty sprung the upset with a 4-3 victory to complete the tourney’s first round.


Wardlaw-Hartridge (5) at Dunellen (2) Taylor Gerhart went 3-for-3 with a double and an RBI to lead Wardlaw-Hartridge to a 5-3 victory over Dunellen in Dunellen. Dunellen claimed a 2-1 lead after one inning before Wardlaw took the lead for good with two runs in the third on a two-out, two-run single by freshman Kerry McGrath. Ali Yamakaitis pitched a four-hitter, striking out 14 and walking one.


Bishop Ahr 11, Carteret 1: (4/8/2014) Amanda Julve went 2-for-3 and scored three runs, while Christine LaRochelle and Megan Kushpa each added two hits for Bishop Ahr (1-1). Allison Aurelio and Heather Androvich collected two hits apiece for Carteret (1-3).


Freehold Boro 9, Neptune 3: (4/11/2014) With the Colonials behind by a run going into the bottom of the fifth, Skylar Devorin belted a grand slam homer to left to make it a 6-3 game, before Gabby Romanowski secured the B North victory with a two-run blast to center two batters later. Kelly Nardine helped give the Scarlet Fliers a 2-0 lead in the second with a solo homer. Devorin batted .412 as a freshman with 14 RNIs and 22 runs scored.


Freehold Township 14, Colts Neck 11: (4/10/2014) Katie Tirabassi doubled and had three hits along with Rhianna Rucinski and Elissa Masin who each singled to help push the three runs across for the Patriots (1-2, 1-2), after they scored six in the fifth as the Patriots top the Cougars in a Class A North Slugfest.



Neshaminy 4, Souderton 1: (3/28/2014) Nikki Wild had a big day at the plate, contributing a pair of hits and driving in three runs. It was Wild’s two-out RBI single in the first that spotted the ‘Skins a 1-0 lead....

Neshaminy 11, Bensalem1: (4/3/2014) Offensively, the Redskins pounded out four extra base hits. Jen Walker was 2-for-4 with a double. Hunter Hart was 1-for-3 with a triple and RBI. Nikki Wild was 2-for-4 with a home run and three RBIs, and Sarah Snider-Leonhauser contributed a triple and two RBIs... 



Bishop Ahr 4, South Plainfield 0: (4/11/2014) EDISON, NJ – Bishop Ahr's LaRochelle Blanks South PlainfieldBishop Ahr’s Christine LaRochelle struck out seven Tiger batters and scattered just five hits over seven innings to record a 4-0 shutout victory over South Plainfield yesterday in Edison. LaRochelle, helped her own cause at the plate going one for three with a run scored and an RBI.  



Somerville 3, Voorhees 2 (8 innings): (4/8/2014) Freshman Jazley Sziezer tripled and scored the game-tying run in the bottom of the sixth, and singled in the winner in the bottom of the eighth Tuesday to lift the Somerville High School softball team to a 3-2 victory over Voorhees at Diamond Nation. Colleen Murphy, Amanda Carisone and Jenna Schwartz all singled with none out in the eighth, bringing up Sziezer, who knocked in the winner. Somerville (3-0) led 1-0 after two innings. The Pioneers tied it in the bottom of the frame when Sziezer tripled with two outs and scored on Lexi D’Amico’s single. 


East Brunswick 10, Edison 0: (4/22/2014) Samantha Smalley went 3-for-3 with a double and scored three runs for East Brunswick, Ashli Venokur had three hits and four RBI to lead the attack. Amanda Wortham smacked a two-run home run in the third, extending the lead to 8-0. 

East Brunswick 3, South Brunswick 0: (4/1/2014) Sophomore catcher Ashli Venokur went 3-for-3 with a two-run double in the sixth inning to spark East Brunswick. Lauren Assennata scattered five hits and struck out 14 for the shutout win for the Bears while Samantha Smalley added two hits and scored a run. 


Bennett Makes All County Basketball It was a banner night for Hamilton Township basketball at Thursday's 5th Annual CVC Coaches' Awards Banquet at Mercer Oaks. Walking off with hardware were (front row, from left) Hamilton's Dan "Son of the People/Cousin of the Waitress" Garcia (2nd team), Nottingham's Stephanie Williams (honorable mention), Hamilton's Natalya Rivera (honorable mention), Steinert's Gaby Bennett (2nd team) and Nottingham's Mr. GQ, Tevin "No Look" Williams (2nd team).