Colts Neck senior Brandon Federici's game made him one of the Shore Conference's top players this season and his sense of humor helped him deal with a season-ending groin injury that spoiled a potential deep NJSIAA Tournament run for his Cougars team. Both were on display Wednesday night at Wall High School.
The 2012-13 Shore Conference boys basketball season is in the books, and it marked a resurgence of one of the conference’s traditional heavyweights, the best season ever for a rising power, and plenty of parity outside the top six teams.
When the ride finally ended with an exhausting, double-overtime classic against Atlantic City in the NJSIAA Tournament of Champions, the loss might not have hurt as much as the fact that this was the last time on the court together for a tight-knit group.
When I first heard the news Wednesday that the NJSIAA had rejected an appeal to grant Anthony Starego an extra year of eligibility to play football at Brick Township High School I had the reaction that many of you will: they made the wrong ruling.
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