It would seem unwise for a team that scored just 14 points in a Week Two loss to enter a game with the plan of winning a shootout against an opponent averaging over 40 points per game, yet that was Toms River North’s strategy when it invaded Detwiler Stadium on Friday night.
LACEY — Whether it was on the offensive side, where a constant surge helped Jackson Memorial average over seven yards per carry, or defensively, where Lacey quarterback Conor Davies seemed to be running for his life the moment the ball reached his hands, the Jaguars' group of linemen had a dominant Saturday afternoon.
ABERDEEN — Entering its first game of the year off the dreaded Week One bye and traveling to face a Matawan team desperately trying to avoid an 0-2 start, Rumson-Fair Haven knew it didn’t have time to ease into the season.
BRICK — With several returning starters from last year’s state sectional championship team, including an offense that on paper has limitless potential, Brick Township was an easy team to peg as a force to be reckoned with. The on-field co
New for this year, the Shore Sports Network football staff of Kevin Williams, Matt Harmon, Ed Sarluca, Scott Stump and Bob Badders will all make their picks every week in Shore Conference football action
Shore came up a touchdown short of claiming the program’s fifth NJSIAA sectional championship and third under head coach Mark Costantino when it fell to division rival Point Beach in the Central Jersey Group I final last season, so the rallying cry is predictable heading into 2014.
“We talked about finishing the deal and all that kind of stuff,” Costantino said. “We were this cl
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