Archive: 2011 November

RBR Blanks Pt. Boro, RFH Cruises In NJSIAA Opening Round

By Jim Hintelmann LITTLE SILVER – Red Bank Regional’s boys soccer team has experienced an up and down season despite an 11-6-1 record, but the Bucs appear to be playing...

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Duquesne Dampers Monmouth’s NEC Title Shot

by Anthony Mauro Jr. WEST LONG BRANCH – Monmouth University (4-4, 3-2) took on Duquesne University (7-2, 5-1) last Saturday in a battle to stay alive for a shot at...

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CBA Perfect Season Continues With Second Straight SCT Title

By Ryan Fennell Neptune – The Christian Brothers Academy Colts (17-0) extended their perfect season and captured their second straight Shore Conference Boys Soccer Title in a 4-0 win over...

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DiStefano Scores 5 TDs As RBC Clinches Title With Rout Of Ocean

By Jim Hintelmann OCEAN TOWNSHIP – Unbeaten Red Bank Catholic (7-0) was a team on a mission Friday night and accomplished it with, perhaps, its best offensive game of the...

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Unbeaten Shore Reg. Edges Freehold For 13th SCT Title In A Row

By Jim Hintelmann DOVER TOWNSHIP – No. 13 was certainly not bad luck for the Shore Regional field hockey team. The Blue Devils continued their domination of the Shore Conference...

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Bucs’ 4th Quarter Rally Comes Up Short In Barnegat

By Brian Deakyne BARNEGAT — Despite trailing Barnegat by ten points with just under three minutes remaining, Red Bank Regional made plays and put themselves in a position to win...

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Strong Second Half Lifts Shore Reg. Past Mater Dei Prep

By Jim Hintelmann MIDDLETOWN – The final score of 41-7 indicated a Shore Regional romp over shorthanded Mater Dei Prep Monday, but the Seraphs, who are trying to rebuild their...

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AH Tree Planting Honors Memory of Paul Boyd

ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS — The borough honored the memory of environmentalist-historian Paul Boyd on Saturday, Oct. 22 with the planting of a tree in the Municipal Yacht Harbor. Shade Tree Commission...

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Just Her Type: Touring Artist Demonstrates Letterpress

By John Burton ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS — It was a step backwards for those old enough to remember and a peek into the past for younger people who gathered outside the...

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Parking Garage Proposal May Rise Again in Red Bank

By John Burton RED BANK — Expect discussions on the construction of a parking garage in downtown Red Bank to come up again at borough council meetings in the near...

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Halloween Costume Party at Barnacle Bill’s

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Red Bank’s Holiday Tree To Remain on Monmouth Street

By John Burton RED BANK — The tree isn’t going anywhere. A Red Bank RiverCenter proposal to relocate the borough’s holiday tree to Riverside Gardens Park hit a brick wall...

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A Happy Halloween

l Sunny, cool weather brought trick or treaters out throughout the two river area. While small Halloweeners went door to door, grownups headed to Barnacle Bill’s restaurant in Rumson for...

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Mayoral Candidates Square off In Three Two River Towns

By John Burton With Election Day less than a week away, mayoral races are heating up in several two river towns. Sea Bright, Atlantic Highlands, and Little Silver all have...

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Chess Exhibition

The Monmouth Chess School and Club will host chess champion Andrew Ng, for a 20-board simultaneous chess exhibition at 1 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 13 at the Community YMCA’s arts and...

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