2014 Shore Conference football

Can't Stop the Reign
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UNION — If there’s one thing the last five years have proven, it’s that when Rumson-Fair Haven reaches a state sectional final its defense is going to play lights out.
The Bulldogs turned in another defensive gem in a state title game on Saturday nig…
Blue Bloods
UNION - Shore Regional isn’t a football program short on history.
The Blue Devils have been one of the state’s most consistent small-school teams, and they have the championship rings to back it up. So it was particularly telling when head coach Mark Costantino heaped a certain kind of praise on them…
Cruise 'Ship
UNION — For the last two seasons Shore Regional has had to dust itself off after a crushing state finals defeat to begin the long road back to another championship game. This year it was the Blue Devils that did the crushing.
With a dominant rushing attack and a physical, run-stuffing defense, Shore …
The Fantastic Frosh
UNION — It isn’t until George “L.C.” Pearson takes off his helmet and reveals his baby face that it is actually believable he is just a 14-year-old freshman.
On the field, Pearson is like no other ninth-grader this area has ever seen...
Where Eagles Dare
MIDDLETOWN — There was no doubt that the Neptune team that came into “The Swamp” for Friday night’s NJSIAA Central Jersey Group IV semifinal game was much different than the one Middletown South saw two months ago. None of that seemed to matter, howe…
Super Seraphs
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MORRISTOWN — With a trip to the sectional semifinals on the line, Mater Dei Prep turned in its most complete performance of the season.
Led by another monster game from senior quarterback Christian Palmer, the fifth-seeded Seraphs went on the road and wa…
Panther Pride
LAKEWOOD — When Point Boro visited Lakewood on Saturday afternoon in a Shore Conference Class B South game, it was the home team that had everything to play for with playoff positioning on the line.
Being that it was Point Boro’s ninth game, the outcome would not have an impact …
Flying High
TOMS RIVER — After stifling another potent offense in recording its third consecutive shutout, it’s clear Neptune has developed its identity as it heads to the playoffs riding a surge of momentum.
Senior quarterback Royal Moore threw a touchdown pass to Savior King and returned a fumble for a score, …
The Scarlet Curtain
NEPTUNE — Everywhere Dahmiere Willis tried to run on Saturday afternoon at a rainy Memorial Athletic Complex, there was a scarlet and black jersey in his face.
Long Branch tried him up the middle, to the right, to the left, and even on jet sweeps...
Can't Stop Carmen
In an emotional game against his former team, Brick’s senior quarterback erupted for 250 yards rushing and four touchdowns on 26 carries to power the Dragons to a 30-13 Shore Conference Class A South victory over Toms River North on Friday night in the Shore Sports Network Jersey Mike's …
Staying the Course
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STAFFORD — After a mostly lackluster first half for Toms River North, the Mariners regrouped at halftime and came out ready to get back to business. But when they turned the ball over by fumbling the second-half kickoff, setting up a touchdown fo…
Tetro Night
BRICK TOWNSHIP — As Glenn Kipila smashed into Tim Santiago in the backfield, away went the football, caroming yard after yard toward Brick Memorial’s end zone.
Jackson Memorial had blown up the play, and if Kipila didn’t get there it would have been Zach Tetro, w…

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