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Wall's Matt McKenzie is a three-time state medalist and the Crimson Knights' all-time wins leader with a 145-14 career record. (Photo by Ray Richardson).
Wall's Matt McKenzie is a three-time state medalist and the Crimson Knights' all-time wins leader with a 145-14 career record. (Photo by Ray Richardson).
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Wrestling: Matt McKenzie Will Go Down As One of Wall’s All-Time Greats

ATLANTIC CITY — Matt McKenzie's career did not end as he had planned. The top of the medal stand in Boardwalk Hall was his goal, and in the end, it was not to be...

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Wrestling – Coaches All-Division Teams

Here are the 2017 Shore Conference coaches all-division teams as selected by the Jersey Shore Interscholastic Wrestling Association.

 

CLASS A NORTH

Wrestler of the Year: Eric Keosseian, Sr., Ho...

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Divisional Realignment
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Shore Conference Divisional Realignment for 2018-2019 and 2019-2020 Seasons

The Shore Conference released the divisional realignments in football and general classification for the 2018-2019 and 2019-2020 seasons on Thursday...

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The New Shore Sports Network Journal for March 7th is Out

The newest issue of the Shore Sports Network Journal is now available, and you can pick up your free copy at any Jersey Mike's location in Monmouth and Ocean counties as well as any Super WAWA (with the gas station) and Surf Taco location in addition to the Shore Conference High Schools...

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Howell's Kyle Slendorn was still smiling on the medal stand after finishing second in the state tournament at 126 pounds. (Photo by Ray Richardson).
Howell's Kyle Slendorn was still smiling on the medal stand after finishing second in the state tournament at 126 pounds. (Photo by Ray Richardson).
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Howell’s Kyle Slendorn Finishes Second in the State to Cap Great Tournament Run

*Photo gallery by Ray Richardson*

ATLANTIC CITY — A loss in the NJSIAA state wrestling finals can, and often does, leave a wrestler devastated and inconsolable...

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Brick Memorial's Gianni Ghione placed third in the state at 132 pounds to finish his career as a three-time state medalist. (Photo by Ray Richardson).
Brick Memorial's Gianni Ghione placed third in the state at 132 pounds to finish his career as a three-time state medalist. (Photo by Ray Richardson).
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Brick Memorial’s Gianni Ghione Ends Stellar Career with Third-Place Finish at NJSIAA Tournament

*Photo gallery by Ray Richardson*

ATLANTIC CITY — The disappointment was obvious, and how could it not be? Brick Memorial’s Gianni Ghione was the No...

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Ocean's Jake Benner has his hand raised after winning the 138-pound NJSIAA state title. (Photo by Ray Richardson).
Ocean's Jake Benner has his hand raised after winning the 138-pound NJSIAA state title. (Photo by Ray Richardson).
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Ocean’s Jake Benner Stuns Bergen Catholic’s Gerard Angelo to Win 138-Pound NJ State Title

*Photo gallery by Ray Richardson*

ATLANTIC CITY — Through two periods Jake Benner couldn’t get anything going against Bergen Catholic’s Gerard Angelo in the 138-pound NJSIAA state final on Sunday night...

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Howell senior Eric Keosseian has his hand raised after winning the 2017 NJSIAA 220-pound state championship. (Photo by Ray Richardson).
Howell senior Eric Keosseian has his hand raised after winning the 2017 NJSIAA 220-pound state championship. (Photo by Ray Richardson).
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Howell’s Eric Keosseian Wins By Fall Over Don Bosco Prep’s Peter Acciardi to Win 220-Pound NJ State Title

*Photo gallery by Ray Richardson*

ATLANTIC CITY — Early in Eric Keosseian’s high school career he and the Howell coaching staff formulated a plan to ultimately get him on top of the medal stand in Atlantic City: get to the state tournament as a sophomore, place in the top eight as a junior and win a state championship as a senior...

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Wrestling: NJSIAA Medal Bouts Results

Results from the third, fifth and seventh-place bouts at the NJSIAA Individual Championships involving Shore Conference wrestlers.

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Third place

132: Gianni Ghione (Brick Memorial) p. Robert G...

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Howell's Eric Keosseian takes down South Plainfield's Zach DelVecchio in overtime to reach the 220-pound state final. (Photo by Robert Badders).
Howell's Eric Keosseian takes down South Plainfield's Zach DelVecchio in overtime to reach the 220-pound state final. (Photo by Robert Badders).
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Last-Second Takedown Sends Howell’s Eric Keosseian to 220-Pound State Final

ATLANTIC CITY — With time winding down in double overtime of the NJSIAA 220-pound semifinals and Zack DelVecchio about to have his choice of position in ultimate tiebreaker, Eric Keosseian knew it was now or never...

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Ocean junior Jake Benner is the Spartans' first state finalist since 2008. (Photo by Ray Richardson).
Ocean junior Jake Benner is the Spartans' first state finalist since 2008. (Photo by Ray Richardson).
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Ocean’s Jake Benner Storms His Way Into the 138-Pound State Final

ATLANTIC CITY —  In a sport where the knowledge of tendencies is a closely-guarded secret, knowing what an opponent is trying to do can often be the difference between winning and losing...

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Howell junior Kyle Slendorn avenged his lone loss of the season to reach his first NJSIAA final. (Photo by Scott Stump)
Howell junior Kyle Slendorn avenged his lone loss of the season to reach his first NJSIAA final. (Photo by Scott Stump)
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Kyle Slendorn Avenges His Only Loss of the Season to Become Howell’s First State Finalist in Nine Years

ATLANTIC CITY - For nearly three months, the knowledge gained by Howell junior Kyle Slendorn in his lone loss of the season had been sitting in his memory bank, waiting to be withdrawn for the biggest match of his career...

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