Staff ReportSteinert High's baseball team will get one more chance to face its longtime nemesis Paul Sparano of Ewing when the NJSIAA state tournament opens Monday.Ewing plays at Steinert in one of six first-round games involving Colonial Valley Conference team in the single-loss elimination tournament.In another surprising part of the NJSIAA seeding meeting held at the NJSIAA office in Robbinsville, West Windsor South, which played for the Mercer County Tournament title Thursday night against Hamilton, did not qualify for the C.J. IV tournament.Hamilton got the No. 3 seed in Central Jersey III and opens at home against CVC rival Princeton.In other C.J. III first round matchups, Allentown and Hopewell Valley open at home, with the Redbirds hosting Woodbridge and Hopewell Valley home to face Somerville.Hightsown is the No. 16 seed and plays at C.J. III top seed Northern Burlington, while Nottingham debuts at No. 2 seed Wall Township.Robbinsville, the No. 2 seed in C.J. II, faces Delaware Valley in its opener Monday, while Notre Dame despite a 10-5 record, opens on the road at St. John Vianney in South Jersey Non-Public A.NJSIAA BASEBALL STATE TOURNAMENTMonday May 19Central Jersey Group IVWest Windsor North at Monroe, 4 p.m.Central Jersey Group III Ewing at Steinert, 4 p.m.Princeton at Hamilton, 4 p.m.Woodbridge at Allenown, 4 p.m.Somerville at Hopewell Valley, 4 p.m.Hightstown at No. Burlington, 4 p.m.Nottingham at Wall Twp., 4 p.m.Central Jersey Group IIDelaware Valley at Robbinsville, 4 p.m.Pt. Pleasant Boro at Bordentown, 4 p.m.