Category: Sports

A Natural Skater On A Big Stage

By Art Petrosemolo Still a teenager at 18, with uncommon skating skills, Rumson’s Joakim Ryan is living his dream playing Division 1 hockey on the way to the NCAA tournament...

March 23, 2012 | comments

Midd South Hopeful To Repeat As Champs

By Brian Deakyne MIDDLETOWN — One season after claiming the Central Jersey Group III sectional title and the highly coveted Monmouth County Tournament, the Eagles are primed for a repeat...

March 23, 2012 | comments

RBR Baseball Set To Be Led By Youth

By Brian Deakyne LITTLE SILVER — Experience isn’t in the Bucs arsenal, but there’s certainly no shortage of talent. RBR will be using a number of underclassmen again this season,...

March 23, 2012 | comments

Lady Bucs Hopeful For Big Season

By Brian Deakyne LITTLE SILVER — Over the last five minutes of spring training, there was no question about what the Red Bank Regional softball team is looking for in...

March 23, 2012 | comments

Red Bank Girls LAX Looking To Improve In 2012

By Brian Deakyne LITTLE SILVER — With a new defense implemented and leaders in place, the Red Bank Regional girls lacrosse team has every reason to believe they can go...

March 23, 2012 | comments

Inexperienced CBA LAX Hopeful For A Big Year

By Brian Deakyne LINCROFT — There isn’t a team that is enjoying the pre-season more than Christian Brothers Academy. After losing the top five long-pole defensemen from a year ago,...

March 23, 2012 | comments

Colts Banking On Traditions, Looking For Success

By Brian Deakyne LINCROFT — After two mediocre seasons, the Christian Brothers Academy baseball program is ready to be back on top. The Colts, who finished an even .500 in...

March 23, 2012 | comments

Middletown North Lions Win NJSIAA Sectional Title

By Ryan Fennell Colts Neck – Revenge couldn’t be any sweeter for the Middletown North Lions. With high expectations coming into this season, the Lions were on a quest to...

March 9, 2012 | comments

Christian Brothers Academy Advances To State Title Game

By Brian Deakyne MORRISTOWN — Behind an intensifying effort, Christian Brothers Academy had no problem advancing to its first state title game since 2009. CBA held off St. Peters Prep...

March 9, 2012 | comments

Middletown South Rolls In Quarterfinal, Comes Up Short In Semi

By Brian Deakyne MORRISTOWN — All things considered, the Eagles accomplished one of their goals of the night. Not much went right for the fifth-seeded Eagles, who fell 7-2 to...

March 9, 2012 | comments

Caseys’ Comeback Bid Comes Up Short, SJV Takes Semifinal, 43-42

By Ryan Fennell Red Bank – It took the game to be nearly out of reach for the Caseys to pull it together. For much of the first half of...

March 9, 2012 | comments

Sickels Commits To Penn State

Red Bank Regional junior defensive end Garrett Sickels has made a verbal commitment to attend Penn State University and play football under newly appointed head coach Bill O’Brien upon graduation...

March 7, 2012 | comments

NJSIAA Basketball Update – 3.2.12

ROUND 2 BOYS [CJ Group II] (2) Ewing, 58 – (7) Rumson-Fair Haven, 48 [CJ Group IV] (3) Middletown North, 59 – (11) Monroe, 51   –  Middletown North advances to...

March 2, 2012 | comments

RFH Rips Marlboro, Earns First Dowd Cup Crown

By Brian Deakyne RED BANK — In a season filled with success, the Bulldogs fittingly put on their best performance, on the biggest stage, in front of the biggest crowd....

March 2, 2012 | comments

Midd South Draws Even With Brick, Named Handchen Cup Co-Champs

By Brian Deakyne RED BANK — Early, it looked like Middletown South would roll to a win. Late, the Eagles were up against the ropes with a heart-breaking loss imminent....

March 2, 2012 | comments

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