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Playoff Preview
The NJSIAA Tournament tips off a day late due to (the threat of) snow on Monday, so Tuesday will feature a full slate of games, with only Non-Public A waiting until Wednesday to join the party.
There has been an overriding sentiment among observers that the Shore Conference is down this year, but tha…
Beach Day
From the minute basketball practices began in early December, Point Beach was expected to accomplish a feat that it had never achieved in the 77-year history of the Shore Conference Tournament.
Getting All Defensive
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BRICK – Top-seeded Point Beach entered the Shore Conference Tournament as perhaps the Shore’s most explosive offensive team, a star-studded group dazzling crowds with dunks, long-range shooting and pinpoint passing...
Semifinal Picks
Shore Conference Tournament Semifinals
Wednesday, Feb. 26
Brick Memorial High School
No. 1 Point Beach vs. No. 4 Matawan, 6 p.m.
For 23 games, Point Beach looked like a team that would not only win the Shore Conference Tournament, but reach the NJSIAA Group I semifinal without an opponent so much …
Garnet Gulp
Photo Gallery by Cliff Lavelle
LONG BRANCH – A dream season and a multi-year renaissance for the Point Pleasant Beach boys basketball team nearly began its downward spiral Sunday at Long Branch High School the same way it began its meteoric rise...
Watch Dom Dunk
Check out Point Beach senior and University of Iowa recruit Dom Uhl throwing down a nasty putback dunk in Thursday's win over Southern in the Shore Conference Tournament Round of 16. (Video by NJSportsScene)
Knocked to the Mat
ROSELLE – The Point Pleasant Beach boys basketball team had been so dominant during its 18-0 start to the season that the starters were rarely on the court for any of the fourth quarters this season.
Sunday at the Primetime Shootout at Roselle Catholic High School, the Patrick School wore down those …
Noah's Arc
POINT PLEASANT BEACH – Point Pleasant Beach boys basketball coach Nick Catania admits he does not take losses well, but he takes them better than senior point guard Matt Farrell.
For the past 11 months, Farrell and the Garnet Gulls have been sitting on a loss to Lakewood in last year’s Shore Conferen…
Point of Emphasis
POINT PLEASANT BEACH – Matt Farrell started in the Point Pleasant Beach boys basketball program as a role player who knocked down the occasional shot and worked hard on both ends of the floor while the team’s top player threw down dunks and garnered most of the attention...
Statement Game
LONG BRANCH – Jackson Memorial was the first opponent of the Point Pleasant Beach boys basketball team that had size to match the Garnet Gulls, according to Point Beach senior guard Matt Farrell. Ironically enough, it was Farrell – the smallest player on the court at six feet – who…
The Shore Scout: Year Five
*Editor's note: The Shore Scout is a basketball junkie who sees numerous local games and has been granted anonymity in exchange for his opinions on teams and players from around the Shore. He was previously with us on our All Shore Media site and has now brought his takes to Shore Sports Networ…
McDonald's Nominees
Four Shore Conference boys basketball standouts and a now-former Shore girls star were announced as nominees for the prestigious McDonald's All-American Games on Tuesday.
The Point Beach tandem of guard Matt Farrell and forward Dom Uhl, Jackson Memorial center Eric Carter, and Southern senior forward…

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