North-South All-Star Classic

Stately Impact
*Scroll down for video highlights* UNION – Toms River North’s Darrion Carrington led all players in receiving yards while Howell’s Mekai Gandy and Long Branch’s Keith Cooper came up with turnovers on defense to help the South All-Stars defeat the North All-Stars, 30-22, in the 39th annual Phil Simms North-South High School All-Star Football Classic on Monday night at Kean University’s Alumni Stadi
North-South Preview
Last year it was a 17-man Shore Conference contingent spearheaded by three players that led the South all-stars to a thrilling win over the North all-stars in the Phil Simms North-South All-Star Classic. This year the Shore will have 12 representatives when the game is played for the 38th time at 7 p...
A Shore Thing
Follow Bob Badders on Twitter Photo gallery by Ray Richardson UNION –– Long Branch's Vinny Mota is a fun kid to root for, as long as he isn't making game-winning kicks to beat your team. For John Kaye, it was nice to be on the other side of the Green Wave kicker's prolific leg...
A Shore Thing
*Follow Scott Stump on Twitter* PISCATAWAY - Everywhere you looked on the field in Monday night's 36th annual Phil Simms North-South All-Star Football Classic at Piscataway High School, a Shore Conference standout was making an impact. "It was nice playing with (other Shore Conference players) all at once,'' Colts Neck running back Anthony Gargiulo said...
North vs. Shore
The biggest group of Shore Conference players in the 35-year history of the annual North-South All-Star Classic will take the field as part of the South squad on Monday at 7 p.m. at Piscataway High School's Ciardi Field. Of the 43 players listed on the South roster, 26 are from the Shore Conference, including both quarterbacks - Keyport's Alex Thomson and Freehold Boro's Brad Jones...