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Monmouth University senior wide receiver Neal Sterling is a potential NFL prospect if he can turn in another big season in 2014. (Photo by Bob Badders).
Monmouth University senior wide receiver Neal Sterling is a potential NFL prospect if he can turn in another big season in 2014. (Photo by Bob Badders).
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Monmouth University Football – Another Big Season Could Send Neal Sterling to the NFL

WEST LONG BRANCH — When Neal Sterling made the transition from Manasquan High School to Monmouth University in 2010, his goals were fairly modest.

“I didn’t get much interest coming out of high school. I had a couple

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Former Shore Stars Excelling in the NFL

Three Shore Conference graduates are trying to make NFL 53-man rosters as rookies during this preseason, while a host of veterans from the Shore are preparing for the 2014 season.

Here is an update on the Shore Conference graduates currently in the NFL:

Ocean striker Wadneson Alexis scored 12 goals as a sophomore in 2013. (Photo by Cliff Lavelle)
Ocean striker Wadneson Alexis scored 12 goals as a sophomore in 2013. (Photo by Cliff Lavelle)
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Boys Soccer – Toms River Tournament Preview

The fall sports season begins in less than a month, and the unofficial march toward the opening day of soccer season begins with the summer tournaments. For many Shore Conference teams – 18 to be exact – the season starts with the Toms River North Kick-off Classic at Bey Lea Park in Toms River on Saturday and Sunday

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Toms River Little League 12U All Star team
Toms River Little League 12U All Star team (Toms River Little League 12U All Star team)
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Late Rally Keeps Momentum High

Nick DeRose drew a two-out, bases-loaded walk in the bottom of the 6th inning to score Bill Fleury with the winning run as the Toms River Little League All-Stars edged Newark, Delaware 11-10 to finish pool play with a 4-0 record at the Mid Atlantic Regional in Bristol, Connecticut.

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(Photo by Cliff Lavelle)
(Photo by Cliff Lavelle)
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Toms River East’s Jon Meola Playing in Area Code Games

Toms River East senior shortstop Jon Meola, a Virginia recruit, will put his talents on display at one of the nation's premier showcase events starting on Tuesday.

Meola is one of only three players from New Jersey who will be participating in the annual Area Code Ga

CBA sophomore Luca Dalatri is the 2014 Shore Sports Network Player of the Year after going 11-0 in 11 appearances with a 0.39 ERA and 90 strikeouts. (Photo by Bill Normile)
CBA sophomore Luca Dalatri is the 2014 Shore Sports Network Player of the Year after going 11-0 in 11 appearances with a 0.39 ERA and 90 strikeouts. (Photo by Bill Normile)
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Baseball – Dalatri Commits to UNC

A little more than two months after completing one of the best pitching seasons in school history and recent Shore Conference history, Christian Brothers Academy Class of 2016 right-hander Luca Dalatri announced his verbal commitment to play baseball at the University of North Carolina

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