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Five leagues won their first New Jersey titles in the 1990s, and a sixth champion (Nottingham) became the winningest New Jersey program ever by claiming its third and fourth state championships. Nottingham eclipsed the mark of West New York American, which won three titles in the 1960s, and Cherry Hill American, which copped three crowns in the 1980s. Cherry Hill American narrowly missed a fourth crown when it was runner-up to North Hunterdon in 1997.
Nottingham's 1992 club reached the World Series before finishing as the U.S. runner-up. The league's back-to-back titles made Nottingham the first repeat champion in New Jersey in 26 years.
Select a year to see details from that year's state tournament.
State Champions of the 1990s
1999 - Toms River East American
1998 - Toms River East American
1997 - North Hunterdon (High Bridge)
1996 - Millburn-Short Hills
1995 - Toms River East American
1994 - Millburn-Short Hills
1993 - Nottingham (Hamilton Square)
1992 - Nottingham (Hamilton Square)
1991 - South Vineland
1990 - Brick National