Stop Now, Play Later
My greatest fear is that in a rush to start a season we are simply not prepared and some point the realization comes that we can’t play games in September.
How To Keep Facilities and Equipment Clean When Sports Return
School officials, coaches, parents, and athletes are all concerned about certain facets of the return to sports and certainly one of them is health and safety.
Taking A Last Dance With Matt Manley
It was the name of the Michael Jordan documentary series we were glued to this spring and it’s also a favorite at weddings but this Last Dance is very different.
SSN Announces Expanded Partnership with Jersey Mike’s
While the status of high school sports for the 2020-21 school year may be uncertain, one thing is for sure: Jersey Mike’s will be a major part of what you read and see on the Shore Sports Network.
The Prospects for Fall High School Sports
Summer workouts can begin on July 13 with a list of guidelines and restrictions that one coach summed up as “challenging, confusing, difficult and demanding.”
Frank Edgerly and Shane Fallon Talk Fall Football
Frank Edgerly and Shane Fallon were both successful head coaches at their alma maters, Red Bank Catholic and Rumson-Fair Haven respectively.
Manasquan’s Dara Mabrey Joins Kevin’s Korner
She is one of the most celebrated athletes in recent history and comes from THE basketball family at the Jersey Shore.
1998 Advice That Still Applies in 2020
The message from Sports Illustrated columnist Rick Reilly still resonates which is why I bring it out every couple of years.
Former New York Post Columnist Kevin Kernan Talks Shore Sports & More
Kevin Kernan is best known for his three-plus decades of work at the New York Post where he covered the city’s pro sports teams as both a reporter and columnist.
A Life Spent Devoted to Sports
Ken Turp graduated from Central Regional High School and Rider University helped create and coach in the Ocean Gate Summer Basketball League and was a familiar face on voice on local TV.
Important Moments From Our Conversation On Racism
In the last two weeks, we have witnessed unprecedented events in America in response to the murder of a black man at the hands of a white police officer.
Shore Conference Sportsmanship Award Scholarship Winners Selected
Being honored as a Sportsmanship Award winner by your school and the Shore Conference is quite an honor and for 8 of the 94 it also paid off in the form of scholarship to help with college expenses.