The Covid-19 pandemic has become especially draining mentally for athletes and coaches with no practices or games to take part in right now or in the immediate future. They're now trying to find ways to prepare for an uncertain future.
Summer in Ocean County won't be like it has been in years past due to the pandemic and it's already having an impact on people whose busy working season occurs between Memorial Day and Labor Day, including Lifeguards.
Little League International in Pennsylvania, who have been monitoring the pandemic situation and adhering to advice from the CDC, are advising all local Little League programs across the U.S. to suspend/delay their season to not start until at least Monday, May 11.
The Ocean County Prosecutor, the Ocean County Health Department and former New York Giants offensive lineman David Diehl, are urging motorists of all ages to have a game-plan and not get behind the wheel if they're impaired.
As the drug epidemic rages on and wreaks havoc across the Garden State, law enforcement, community groups and others are teaming up for a full court press and red zone defense to keep student-athletes away from harmful opioids.
Three Brick Memorial Mustangs represented their school at MetLife Stadium on Sunday after the high school became the Grand Champion of the 2018-19 Department of Agriculture's Jets Play 60 Eat Right, Move More program.