UNION - Following a 42-6 win over Bernards that gave Manasquan the NJSIAA Central Jersey Group II title on Saturday night, senior Adam Schreck basked in the cheers and let everyone know what the victory meant.
"We are back!" he yelled. "Manasquan is back...
POINT PLEASANT BORO – After three straight wins to start the season, Raritan had the look of a team that would be a threat come state playoff time.
Instead, the Rockets’ season teetered over the abyss when that strong beginning melted into a five-game losing streak, leaving Friday night’s NJSIAA Central Jersey Group II quarterfinal at Al Saner Field as their last chance to make something of a seas
MANASQUAN - Senior Kyle Bradshaw has taken some good-natured joking from his Manasquan teammates all season about the fact that he has never played in the state playoffs in his career until this year.
Bradshaw was part of a Monmouth Regional program that did not qualify for the postseason for his first three years, including a one-win season last year, before transferring to Manasquan as a senior.
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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 night at Kean University, shutting out Delaware Valley, 21-0, to claim their second straight NJSIAA C
CENTRAL JERSEY GROUP II CHAMPIONSHIP
Saturday at 7 p.m. at Kean University
(2) Rumson-Fair Haven (8-3) vs. (5) Delaware Valley (7-3)
Rumson-Fair Haven stat leaders: Charlie Volker, Sr., RB, 165-1,280 yards, 17 TD; Mike O'Connor, So...
By Liz Matakevich - Shore Sports Network contributor
ROBBINSVILLE - Robbinsville broke open a tight game in the sixth inning and rode a brilliant performance by junior ace Michael Fischer to bring Rumson-Fair Haven's impressive state tournament run to a halt with a 7-0 victory in the NJSIAA Central Jersey Group II final on Friday...
ABERDEEN TWP. - When the bleachers emptied into a raucous celebration at midcourt after host Matawan won its first NJSIAA sectional title since 1957 on Tuesday night, it was not just a historic moment.
It was a sales pitch.
For the first few years of head coach Tom Stead’s seven-year tenure with the Huskies, keeping homegrown talent in Matawan’s hallways was often a challenge...
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Fourth-seeded Wall defeated top-seeded Long Branch 33-26 on Friday night to win the NJSIAA Central Jersey Group II title, it's first sectional title in program history.