Brendan Hueth

Fighting to the End
WEST LONG BRANCH - St. Rose may have ended one win short of its goal on Wednesday, but the young Purple Roses showed they may have the ingredients to come back and finish the job next season.
An underdog St. Rose squad fell in an early four-run hole but rallied to tie the game before a five-run innin…
Proving Ground
Most high school teams in any sport would take pleasure in dominating the competition the way the St. Rose baseball team has this year, but these Purple Roses find themselves in an all-too familiar position heading into this weekend's Monmouth County Tournament play...
Better Late Than Never
St. Rose senior Brendan Hueth might quite an impression on the tournament staff during the recently-completed WOBM Christmas Classic. In addition to scoring 60 points in the Purple Roses four games during the holiday tournament the 6’1 guard displayed the characteristics of a true le…
Coming Up Roses
TOMS RIVER - Following an anxious couple of minutes at the end of his team's WOBM Christmas Classic quarterfinal against Marlboro Tuesday at Pine Belt Arena, St. Rose boys basketball coach Dennis Devaney lamented not being clearer with his players about what he wanted them to do while protectin…
Purple Power
FARMINGDALE - A walk-off loss toward the end of its divisional scheduled doomed St. Rose in its chase for the 2015 Shore Conference Class B Central championship and Monday's loss had the potential to do the same this year.
The Purple Roses, however, had an immediate chance at redemption Thursday…
Players of the Week
Shore Sports Network Player of the Week
L.J. Robinson, Manchester
While senior teammates Jordan Torney and Shavar Reynolds reach scoring milestones, the 6-foot-4 Hawks swingman has marked his territory as one of the Shore’s top juniors...
Roses Fight Back
POINT PLEASANT BEACH - There are some coaches and players who might have looked at a start to the boys basketball season like the one St. Rose had to play and thought to themselves, 'Oh, no.'
Purple Roses head coach Dennis Devaney looked at his team's first three games - at the Ranney …
Oh Happy Dei
MIDDLETOWN – The word “surreal” carried with it a negative connotation at Mater Dei Prep some three months ago, when the students of the Middletown school learned their high school would be closing its doors for good following the 2014-15 school year...