A.J. Meyers

All-Shore Wrestling
Shore Sports Network is proud to unveil its 2016 All-Shore teams and season-ending award winners featuring the top performers from the 2016 Shore Conference wrestling season. The All-Shore teams, along with the wrestler and coach of the year, were selected by Wrestling Editor Bob Badders using a criteria that values state tournament finish, followed by region finish...
State Top Three
ATLANTIC CITY — When Anthony Vetrano was a freshman at Middletown North he couldn’t even picture himself wrestling on the mats of Boardwalk Hall in the state tournament. Yet after the final bout of his high school career he had accomplished something no Lions wrestler had done in 16 years...
The Final Step
ATLANTIC CITY -- As the final seconds ticked off the clock, Christian Brothers Academy senior Sebastian Rivera looked to his coaches with a smile, then rose to his feet before letting out a primal scream. Each year Rivera has moved one step closer to realizing his dream, and now he's one win away from reaching the top of the high school wrestling mountain...
State Semifinals
Matchups and results for the NJSIAA state semifinals. Tweets by @Bob_Badders   //   106 Joe Manchio (Seneca )d. JoJo Aragona (Pope John) 3-0 Nick Duca (Paulsboro) p. Michael Kelly (St. Peter's Prep) 1:08   113 Patrick Glory (Delbarton) md. Dan Ortega (N...
Down to 12
ATLANTIC CITY -- The Shore Conference went down to Atlantic City for the state tournament with 42 wrestlers aiming to win a state champion, but the dream is alive for just 12 after Friday's preliminary and pre-quarterfinal rounds. Region 6 had 30 of its wrestlers lose in either the first or second rounds on the opening night of the NJSIAA Individual Tournament at Boardwalk Hall, including a stunni
Region Royalty
TOMS RIVER -- There were plenty of stunning results at the Region 6 Tournament, but when the dust settled it was still the superstars of the Shore Conference who reigned supreme. Wall senior Brett Donner and Toms River South senior Owen McClave each captured their third titles, while Christian Brothers Academy senior Sebastian Rivera won his second region championship en route to being named Most