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Basketball is back and it looks like we're in for another memorable season of Shore Conference basketball in 2022-23. Three local teams (Marlboro, Manasquan and Rumson-Fair Haven) are coming off NJSIAA sectional-championship seasons and the Shore figures to have a number of contenders again in the season to come.

The season officially tips off Thursday evening and you can get ready for all 46 season-openers at the Shore with our annual Shore Sports Network Boys Basketball Season Preview. Below, you will find links to previews of each of the 46 teams in the Shore Conference, broken up by division, as well as other preseason features to catch you up on the landscape at the Shore heading into the 2022-23 campaign.

Shore Sports Network 2022-23 Division Previews

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

Class A Central (Holmdel, Freehold Boro, Long Branch, Matawan, Raritan, St. John Vianney)

Class A South (Brick Mem., Jackson Mem., Southern, TR East, TR North, TR South)

Class B North (Colts Neck, Midd. North, Midd. South, Red Bank, RBC, Rumson-FH)

Class B Central - (Asbury Park, Henry Hudson, Keansburg, Keyport, Pt. Beach)

Class B South (Brick, Barnegat, Central, Lacey, Manchester, Pinelands)

Class C North (Manasquan, Neptune, Pt. Boro, Ranney, St. Rose, Wall)

Class C South (Donovan Cath., Jackson Lib., Lakewood, Monmouth, Ocean, Shore)


Shore Sports Network 2022-23 Preseason Top 10

10 Burning Questions Heading into 2022-23 at the Shore

Returning All-Shore and All-Division Players in 2022-23

2022-23 Shore Conference Regular Season Schedule

2022 WOBM Christmas Classic Information


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