2017 Central Regional Football Preview
While Central Regional’s 7-2 record in 2016 was one of the Shore Conference’s true surprises, it was the kind of season second-year head coach Justin Fumando knows you need to have annually if you want to build a consistent winning program.
All-Star Reunion
*Click here for a photo gallery of the boys Senior All-Star Game by Ray Richardson*
TOMS RIVER - It's the Super Team That Never Was.
Two years ago, Central Regional's boys basketball team featured a stellar sophomore class that included guard Maks Gruszecki, center Elijah Barnes, swingman Ja…
Train Keeps Rolling
BERKELEY TOWNSHIP — With so many offensive options at his disposal, Toms River North head coach Dave Oizerowitz hasn’t had to lean squarely on star quarterback Mike Husni at any point this season. That time came Friday night, however, and it’s no surprise the re…
Milestone Mike
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BERKELEY TOWNSHIP -- With the playoffs no longer an option because of an incident early in the season, Central has put all its effort into winning the Shore Conference Class A South division title. To keep that goal alive, the Golden Eagles had to beat No...
Week 8 Preview
A nondivisional game between two top-five teams in the Shore, a critical Class A South game and several other matchups that could be the difference in securing a playoff berth headline Week 8 in Shore Conference football.
Don’t look now, but there are just two weeks left in the regula…
Ground Control
WALL - Senior tailback Sean Larkin ran for a career-high 181 yards and four touchdowns on 14 carries as Wall continued its impressive start with a 41-6 rout of visiting Central in a nondivisional game on Friday night.
The No. 8 Crimson Knights (2-0) built a 28-6 lead on the Golden Eagles (2-1) at the…
Week One has come and gone, and as we turn the page to Week Two of the Shore Conference football season the winners will try to keep it going while those teams suffering losses will try to dust themselves off and avoid an 0-2, or in some cases, 0-3, start...
Playoff Ban
The NJSIAA has ruled that both the Central Regional and Toms River East football teams are ineligible for the playoffs stemming from ejections during Friday's game, an NJSIAA official confirmed to Shore Sports Network.
Both the Golden Eagles and Raiders had three players ejected during Central's 42-0…

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