The Toms River East Raiders went from major underdogs to a team moments away from competing for a state sectional title in 2019 while winning a division title with a 9-2 record, winning their first playoff game in 10 years and completing a four-year rebuild under head coach Kyle Sandberg.
The rebuilding process for any team takes a long time to turn things around and as Kyle Sandberg enters his fourth season as Head Coach, he's encouraged by the progress he has seen on the field and is expecting more out of his players in 2019.
In any rebuilding process the journey to return to winning ways takes time, and as long as progress is being made you know things are working. This year things are looking up for Toms River East under third-year head coach Kyle Sandberg.
Following a 7th consecutive losing season the Raiders ship looks to steer into waters not charted since the 2009 season where the team went 10-1 record on the cusp of back-to-back Constitution Division titles. New head coach Kyle Sandberg looks to captain this team into relevancy and restore the winning tradition at Toms River East.
Former Toms River East player Kyle Sandberg was approved as the Raiders' new head football coach during Wednesday night's Toms River Regional Schools Board of Education meeting.
Sandberg has served as Toms River East's defensive coordinator the past two season...