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Summer break is over, for better or worse, but the silver lining is the new high school sports season is upon us. With football already well underway, soccer season begins full-blast on Thursday, Sept. 8 and does not let up. The full season will be completed in just over two months, with the Shore Conference Tournament getting underway in a little more than one month.

Shore Sports Network is ready to head out to cover the entire boys soccer landscape in Monmouth and Ocean County and to get you ready, we have previews of all 45 teams in the Shore Conference. Check out the preseason content below and get yourself familiar with the divisions, teams and players that will define the next two months of boys soccer at the Shore.

Division-by-Division Previews

Class A North (CBA, Freehold Boro, Freehold Twp., Howell, Manalapan, Marlboro, Midd. North, Midd. South)

Class A Central (Holmdel, Monmouth, Raritan, RBC, RFH, Shore, Wall)

Class A South (Brick, Brick Mem., Central, Jackson Mem., Southern, TRE, TRN, TRS)

Class B North (Colts Neck, Long Branch, Manasquan, Matawan, Neptune, Ocean, Red Bank, SJV)

Class B Central (Asbury Park, Henry Hudson, Keyport, Pt. Beach, Ranney, St. Rose)

Class B South (Barnegat, Donovan Cath., Jackson Liberty, Lacey, Lakewood, Manchester, Pinelands, Pt. Boro)

Preseason Top 10

Top Returning Players in 2022

Must-See Games on the 2022 Shore Conference Schedule

2022 Shore Conference Regular-Season Schedule

2022 Shore Conference Soccer Season: The Basics


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