Kelly Campbell

Eyes on the Prize
TOMS RIVER - On the heels of a thrilling, come-from-behind win over Immaculate Heart Academy on Saturday and with a potential showdown against second-seeded St. Rose just over the horizon, the St. John Vianney girls basketball team heard it over and over again from head coach Dawn Karpell: do not look past Tuesday's NJSIAA Tournament of Champions quarterfinal game against Group I champion New Prov
Comeback Queens
TOMS RIVER - St. John Vianney spent the day before Saturday's NJSIAA Non-Public A final against Immaculate Heart Academy watching the tape of last year's loss to IHA in the same spot, vowing not to have a repeat of last season's disappointment...
Back on Top
Photo Gallery by Sports Pix NJ JACKSON - The St. John Vianney girls basketball players remembered well the 18-point third-quarter lead they nearly gave up against Gloucester Catholic in last year’s NJSIAA South Jersey Non-Public A final, so when the Lady Lancers took a 20-point lead into the fourth against the Rams again Tuesday in a rematch of last year’s championship, they made sure not to let u
Time for an Encore
Manasquan senior and University of Notre Dame recruit Marina Mabrey played her usual standout game in 26 minutes of action against rival St. John Vianney in the Shore Conference Tournament semifinals on Tuesday night, but it was the six minutes when she was not on the floor that would make or break the Warriors’ chances of defending their SCT crown later this week.
Opening Act
HOLMDEL – Although a group that has its eye on championships every year, the St. John Vianney girls basketball team had Jan. 9, 2015, on its mind since seeing this year’s schedule. Manasquan dealt the Lancers the most heartbreaking of their five heartbreaking losses last year, all of which were by a margin of three points or fewer...
Early Returns
Click Here to Watch Playlist of Game Highlights RUMSON – Championship expectations are a fact of life for a St. John Vianney girls basketball player, regardless of age, experience or individual skill level - so much so that a regular-season division game in late December feels like a must-win game...
Manasquan Magic
Shore Conference Tournament Bracket BRICK – The last time Manasquan junior Marina Mabrey played on the losing end of a Shore Conference Tournament game, she scored 33 of her team’s 54 points while her then-teammate Katelyn Flaherty scored the other 21...