Dylan Parks

The One and Only?
NJSIAA Group III Championship
Sunday, Nov. 20
At Kean University, 3 p.m.
Toms River South (17-3-2) vs. Ramapo (21-0)
Every tradition has to start somewhere, somehow and even though Toms River South’s recent run of NJSIAA Tournament success began seven years ago, head coach Ed Leibe is st…
Parks and Wreck
Last year's run to the NJSIAA Group III title game by Toms River South was highlighted by one now-graduated player who scored a majority of the goals. This year's run by the Indians is about who is not scoring goals: the other team.
For the third straight game in the NJSIAA Central Jersey Group III T…
Goal-Oriented
Facing a one-goal deficit on the road against a team known for making it difficult to score goals, the Toms River South boys soccer team faced its first test without its top goal-scorer from a year ago.
If goal-scoring in difficult situations was at all a question mark for thec Indians - the No...
12th Geer
TOMS RIVER - Facing an Ocean boys soccer team that had allowed only two goals over its last 10 games with nine shutouts during that stretch, Toms River South senior Cameron Geerinck's 11-game streak with at least one goal was put to the test against one of the Indians' toughest opponents T…
Ready for a Rematch
TOMS RIVER - Seniors Cameron Geerinck and Mike Tapp, two of the handful of returning starters from Toms River South's NJSIAA South Jersey Group III sectional finalist a year ago, recall experiencing different feelings after losing to Ocean City in the championship game last season...
Championship Tribe
LANOKA HARBOR - Not many players on the current Toms River South roster were starters on the 2014 team that won a do-or-die game to clinch the Shore Conference Class A South division title last year, but they remembered the scene against Toms River North on the last day of the regular season...