The Rams won the Shore Conference Tournament 16-6 over Rumson to become the first Ocean County team to capture the SCT title. They also captured the Class A South division title for the third straight season. Southern also defeat
It seems like just yesterday Dylan Jinks burst onto the scene as an ultra-talented freshman and scored 52 goals with 30 assists, showing just a glimpse of the player he would become over the next three years
He knew it was going to take time, but Rumson-Fair Have head coach Andy Eastwood believed from the beginning that his inexperienced yet talented team had the ability to accomplish great things.
His belief in his players paid dividends more than he could have ever imagined as Rumson made history by winning the NJSIAA Group I state championship to become the first Shore Conference team to take home a group championship
For the second straight year, the season ends with a Shore Conference team on top of the statewide rankings. That makes the No. 1 spot in the Shore Conference rankings elementary, but the rest of the top 10 allows for p
Former Red Bank Regional and University of Maryland standout Tahj Holden has been hired as the new boys basketball coach at Ranney, which is welcoming a freshman class expected to transform a program that traditionally has been stuck near the bottom of the standings.
"For a school like Ranney to land a coach with that pedigree is unbelievab
A group of more than 200 high school football players, many of them from the Shore Conference, will be working on their skills and getting some college exposure this weekend on the turf at Bresett Stadium at Long Branch High School
Bob Klatt - the head boys basketball coach at Mater Dei for the last 18 years - said Wednesday he was informed he is no longer the head coach of the program after a meeting Wednesday morning with athletic director Dennis Tobin, and multiple sources who asked to remain anonymous have indicated the school is preparing to hire former Cardinal McCarrick coach Ben Gamble as its next head coach
A pair of former star left-handers from the Shore Conference, Rutgers pitcher Mark McCoy and George Mason pitcher Jake Kalish, were both snapped up by the reigning American League champion Kansas City Royals in the Major League Baseball First-Year Player Draft on Wednesday
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