Darrion Carrington

Stately Impact
Stately Impact
*Scroll down for video highlights* UNION – Toms River North’s Darrion Carrington led all players in receiving yards while Howell’s Mekai Gandy and Long Branch’s Keith Cooper came up with turnovers on defense to help the South All-Stars defeat the North All-Stars, 30-22, in the 39th annual Phil Simms North-South High School All-Star Football Classic on Monday night at Kean University’s Alumni Stadi
Back to the Final
Back to the Final
Click Here for Information on SCT Final Tickets TOMS RIVER - The Mater Dei boys basketball team is no stranger to Shore Conference Tournament comebacks and in order to preserve their latest high-wire act Tuesday in the SCT semifinals against No...
Smooth Sailing
Smooth Sailing
TOMS RIVER - It shouldn't be that easy to overlook the fact that Toms River North entered Sunday's Shore Conference Tournament quarterfinals on an 18-game winning streak, or that the program has three trips to the semifinals in the last four years, or the fact that the Mariners have won 32 straight Shore Conference Class A South divisional games or that they have won 20 games or more in five of co
Demolition Crew
Demolition Crew
Photo gallery by Ray Richardson TOMS RIVER — A week after a lackluster showing and an escape from a near upset, Toms River North’s record-setting offense returned to form, and with it the Mariners are heading back to an NJSIAA state final...
Close Call
Close Call
SOUTH JERSEY GROUP V 1-Toms River North 27, 8-Atlantic City 20 Photo gallery by Ray Richardson A 1-yard touchdown run by senior running Parker Day with 2:47 left in regulation snapped a 20-all tie and helped the Mariners (10-0) survive a scare from the Vikings (4-5)...
Train Keeps Rolling
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 record-setting senior delivered another monster game...
Too Hot to Handle
Too Hot to Handle
TOMS RIVER — For opposing defenses, the Toms River North offense is the boogeyman. When the Mariners get rolling they are downright terrifying, and you don’t know where they will strike next. The Mariners, ranked No. 2 in the Shore Sports Network Top 10, put together an offensive masterpiece on Saturday night at Gernard Field, rolling up 472 yards of offense and finding the end zone nine times in
TR North Mariners
TR North Mariners
*2016 Shore Conference Football Preview Homepage* Walking onto the practice field at Toms River North and catching just a few moments of the reigning NJSIAA South Jersey Group V champs is all one needs to realize the Mariners are an absolute juggernaut...
Survive & Advance
Survive & Advance
MIDDLETOWN - The Toms River North boys basketball team Sunday evening walked out of Collins Arena having avoided another bad memory on the campus of Brookdale Community College and now the Mariners get to attempt to make history on their home floor...
On the Road Again
On the Road Again
TOMS RIVER - Losing to rival Toms River East Saturday would not have spoiled the plans of the Toms River North boys basketball team to eventually win a third outright Shore Conference Class A South division championship in three years, but it would have ended a pursuit that the Mariners currently hold in high regard because it is a new frontier for a program that is fast making winning old hat...
MARINERS MOVE ON AT WOBM
MARINERS MOVE ON AT WOBM
Toms River, NJ - The Toms River North Mariners improved to 3-0 with an 88-72 win over Marlboro Mustangs Saturday afternoon in the quarterfinals of the WOBM Boys Basketball Christmas Classic at the Pine Belt Arena. The Mariners never trailed in the contest and after a 16-16 first quarter, outscored the Mustangs in every quarter...
North Stars
North Stars
By Vin Ebenau - Shore Sports Network Contributor Photo gallery by Ray Richardson. GLASSBORO — Toms River North has two of the Shore Conference’s best offensive players in quarterback Mike Husni and running back Asante Moorer, but it was a defense that played lights out in the playoffs that keyed the Mariners’ latest championship In a game that showcased two top defenses, it was the Mariners sudden

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