Jim Portela

Portela Resigns
Jim Portela has resigned after seven seasons as Red Bank Catholic head coach, he told Shore Sports Network on Thursday afternoon.
"I got an opportunity in my professional life and I have decided to pursue it," Portela said. "I was in finance before I started coaching f…
Mon. County Linemen Honored
A group of 28 linemen from Monmouth County were honored at the 43rd annual Lombardi Awards banquet in Eatontown on Wednesday night put on by the Rotary Clubs of Monmouth County.
Red Bank Catholic, which won its first NJSIAA title since 1976 this past fall, was honored as the Team of the Year, and Cas…
Mission Accomplished
EAST RUTHERFORD - A dream that started for Red Bank Catholic in relative obscurity on a dusty practice field on White Road in Little Silver way back in 1999 came to vivid life under the bright lights on the grand stage at MetLife Stadium on Sunday night...
Over-The-Top Performance
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By Matt Stypulkoski - Shore Sports Network contributor
RED BANK – After two straight years of having to hear about how it didn't measure up to North Jersey power St. Joseph's-Montvale, second-seeded Red Bank Catholic released all its frus…
A game between two Shore Conference heavyweights that fans have anticipated for two-plus years is finally here.
On Friday, Manalapan, ranked No. 2 in the Shore Sports Network Top 10, will head to Count Basie Field in Red Bank to face No. 1 Red Bank Catholic in a monster showdown...
10/2 Show
Listen to the Investors Bank High School Football Show with Kevin Williams, Matt Harmon & Ed Sarluca at Baker’s Water Street Grille in Toms River from Thursday, October 2.
RBC Preview
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Just like last year, the mission is the same for Red Bank Catholic – maintain its dominance in the Shore Conference and find a way to finish the job in the state playoffs against New Jersey’s best.
For the second straight year, the Caseys won a school-record 10…
Mean and Gold
RED BANK - Red Bank Catholic head coach Jim Portela was as curious as everyone else to see how the Caseys would fare in stepping up a notch in competition after a dominant regular season when they faced Immaculata in the NJSIAA Non-Public Group III playoffs on Friday night...