Hottinger honors the Newark Catholic baseball team for winning 2015 Division IV championship title
STATEHOUSE - 

State Senator Jay Hottinger (R-Newark) today welcomed the Newark Catholic High baseball team to the Statehouse to congratulate them on winning the 2015 Division IV State Championship.
 
This year's victory marks the eighth state baseball title for the Newark Catholic Green Wave, who soundly defeated Berlin Center Western Reserve in a 6-0 final game at Huntington Park. Newark Catholic has played in the big ballpark for three consecutive years, winning the state title in 2013. 
 
“I'm so proud of these talented and hard-working players,” said Hottinger. “They represent Newark well.”
 
Only two other teams in the state have won more state baseball championships than Newark Catholic. 

 
 
 
  
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