I will readily admit it still doesn’t feel like the football season is about to begin even though the Week Zero games are upon us. But try telling that to the players on the four teams set to take the field Friday night and see what they have to say...
The Monmouth Hawks are one of the hottest tickets in town and the Shore Sports Network is back to send another lucky fan to see them!
Enter below to win a 4-pack of tickets to see the Monmouth Hawks take on Marist on Sunday, January 24th at 2:00PM at The Mac at Monmouth University...
Teams listed in alphabetical order
Head coach: Danny Franke, fifth season
Career record: 35-79.
2014-2015 record: 13-18.
Assistant coaches: Joe Moschella, Daren Salor; Ben Ostner (volunteer).
NJSIAA section: Central Jersey Group II...
Monmouth upset #22 Liberty 20-17 in overtime this past weekend in West Long Branch - CLICK HERE for a full game recap. B51 Photography's Mark Brown captured the action on the field - check out the full gallery and CLICK HERE for more from B51 Photography.
*Click here for a photo gallery by Bill Normile*
Monmouth 14, Pinelands 10
The Falcons (2-3) got a stop at their one-yard line inside the final two minutes of the game to hold off the Wildcats (0-5) in a comeback win.
Senior quarterback Jimmy Green threw a 61-yard touchdown pass to Justin Trapp and then ran in a two-point conversion to give Monmouth a 14-10 lead with 5:31 left in the game...
Scores and details from Saturday's Shore Conference football action.
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Saturday, Sept. 13
Class A North
No. 4 Manalapan 41, Marlboro 0
Simon Bublis had an interception return for a touchdown and senior tailback Imamu Mayfield had a 70-yard touchdown run as the Braves (1-0, 1-0) rolled past the Mustangs (0-2, 0-2) to open their season.
TOMS RIVER - Some of the Shore Conference's top returning talent was on display at Saturday's annual Shore's Best Football Camp at Riverwood Park as well as some up-and-coming players looking to bust into the spotlight this fall...
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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 in 2013...