Isaiah Searight

All-Shore Football Teams
Shore Sports Network is proud to unveil its 2014 All-Shore teams and season-ending award winners featuring the top performers from the 2014 Shore Conference football season, sponsored by Jersey Mike's.
The All-Shore teams, along with the players and coaches of the year, were selected by a committee c…
Mini Max Awards
Seven of the Shore Conference's top seniors are part of the 57 players across the state who have been honored as Mini Max High School Award winners by the Maxwell Football Club for their performance on the football field, academically and in the community...
Stat Leaders
*All stats submitted by Shore Conference coaches. If a team’s stats are not included, they were not sent by the coach. Any coaches with stat updates or corrections, send them to stump@allshoremedia.com
Football Stat Leaders
*All stats submitted by Shore Conference coaches. If a team’s stats are not included, they were not sent by the coach. Any coaches with stat updates or corrections, send them to stump@allshoremedia.com
Justin Time
By Art Gordon - Shore Sports Network contributor
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After starting the season 0-2 by losing to a pair of Shore Sports Network Top 10 teams, Matawan has gotten itself back on track with two straight wins after going on the road and knocking off Monmout…
Monmouth Reg. Preview
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After a long, accomplished career as a coach at the high school and college levels, Rich Mosca returned to Monmouth Regional three years ago to do two things: coach the Falcons' defense and, if necessary, drive a few of the more local players to practice...
Fordham Ram
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Monmouth Regional rising senior Isaiah Searight, a versatile talent for the Falcons on both sides of the ball, verbally committed to Fordham University on Wednesday.
Searight played all over the field in Monmouth's spread offense during a 3-7 season for the Falcons i…
Big Win
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By Art Gordon – Shore Sports Network contributor
TINTON FALLS - In a game that saw a total of 10 fumbles, 15 penalties and 11 punts, as well as injuries to both starting quarterbacks, Monmouth Regional found a way to persevere and pull out a 21-1…