Boardwalk Hall

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 ro…
State Tournament Central
The Shore Conference and its 42 wrestlers descend on Boardwalk Hall in Atlantic City this weekend for the NJSIAA Individual Tournament, where 14 state champions will be crowned in one of the nation's most prestigious high school wrestling state championships...
State Tourn. Preview
The Shore Conference will descend on Boardwalk Hall in Atlantic City this weekend as 42 wrestlers will go for high school wrestling immortality in the NJSIAA Individual Tournament.
New Jersey's state wrestling tournament is one of the most prestigious in the nation as one of just three states to…
Sutton Impact
ATLANTIC CITY - When Keansburg wrestling assistant Dave Alsieux initially met Tyree Sutton, he was disappointed that he wouldn't get a chance to work with him.
"When I first saw him, he looked like a great athlete, but he told me graduated,'' Alsieux said...
Sweet 16
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ATLANTIC CITY — When Matt Wilhelm was getting ready for the state tournament this time last season, he saw his seed and let it psych him out...
State Tournament Preview
Follow Bob Badders on Twitter all weekend for updates from the state tournament in Atlantic City.
Last season was the first time since 1970 the Shore Conference did not have a state finalist, and the first time since 2003 the Shore didn’t have a team or individual state championship..…
Depth Over Dominance
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ATLANTIC CITY — For the first time in 44 years, the Shore Conference did not have a wrestler in the NJSIAA Individual Tournament state finals.
Initially, calling this season a ‘down year’ made sense...
A Great Feeling
ATLANTIC CITY - This past summer, Brick Memorial junior wrestler Alec Donovan spent the longest 96 hours of his life hoping and praying that the feeling in his right arm would return.
“It was terrifying,’’ Donovan said. "I had no idea if the feeling woul…
Hit the Ground Running
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ATLANTIC CITY — Shawn McCord was riding high and breathing easy heading into the 2014 NJSIAA Individual State Tournament, which is pretty much never the case for a wrest…