Quenton Nelson

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Quenton Nelson, Sr., Red Bank Catholic
On Wednesday, Nelson signed his National Letter of Intent to play football at the University of Notre Dame. Since then, the 6’6” bulldozer took to the basketball court and scored 32 points in RBC’s win over R…
Scenes from Signing Day
It has been a memorable day for football stars throughout the Shore Conference on Wednesday as they sign their National Letter of Intent for scholarships on National Signing Day.
Here are some photos and tweets from Wednesday by local athletes making it official at the college of their choice...
Signing Day
*Note: Any Shore Conference players doing signings on Wednesday, please email the photos to Scott Stump at stump@allshoremedia.com or tweet them to @Scott_Stump to be included in a Signing Day photo gallery.
Six Football Bowl Subdivision recruits will headline another banner class of Shore Conference…
Payback Win
RED BANK – For as well as the Red Bank Catholic boys basketball team – No. 8 in the Shore Sports Network Top 10 – had played during its five-game winning heading into Friday’s game against No. 6 Manasquan, the Caseys could not fully grasp how far they had come since…
Let's Win Two
RUMSON – First-year Red Bank Catholic head boys basketball coach James Catalano was not sure what to expect from his new team prior to the first day of practice this past November. Up until Monday night, he still did not know what he had with a young-but-experienced Caseys roster...
Mean and Gold
RED BANK - Red Bank Catholic head coach Jim Portela was as curious as everyone else to see how the Caseys would fare in stepping up a notch in competition after a dominant regular season when they faced Immaculata in the NJSIAA Non-Public Group III playoffs on Friday night...
Nelson Honored by U.S. Army
Red Bank Catholic senior two-way lineman Quenton Nelson was honored by the U.S. Army on Thursday morning with the presentation of his jersey for the prestigious U.S. Army All-American Bowl in a ceremony at the high school.
"I'm just humbled by it,'' Nelson said...