Royal Moore

Where Eagles Dare
MIDDLETOWN — There was no doubt that the Neptune team that came into “The Swamp” for Friday night’s NJSIAA Central Jersey Group IV semifinal game was much different than the one Middletown South saw two months ago. None of that seemed to matter, however, against a defense that continues to swallow opposing offenses whole...
Familiar 'Tune
NEPTUNE - Following a 1-2 start in which its run defense was battered by a pair of high-caliber opponents, Neptune made a switch to a new alignment that has unleashed the Scarlet Fliers' athleticism and allowed them to gobble up several of the Shore Conference's top running backs during a six-game winning streak...
Flying High
TOMS RIVER — After stifling another potent offense in recording its third consecutive shutout, it’s clear Neptune has developed its identity as it heads to the playoffs riding a surge of momentum. Senior quarterback Royal Moore threw a touchdown pass to Savior King and returned a fumble for a score, and senior running back Jaree Parrish added a 67-yard touchdown run while the Scarlet Fliers’ defen
The Scarlet Curtain
NEPTUNE — Everywhere Dahmiere Willis tried to run on Saturday afternoon at a rainy Memorial Athletic Complex, there was a scarlet and black jersey in his face. Long Branch tried him up the middle, to the right, to the left, and even on jet sweeps...
The Big 'O'
*Click here for a Neptune-Wall photo gallery by B51 Photography* Class B North Neptune 41, Wall 0  Senior O’Shane Curate had a big afternoon to lead the Scarlet Fliers’ (4-2, 4-1) rout of the Crimson Knights (1-6, 0-5) with a 44-yard touchdown catch and an interception return for a touchdown to highlight a standout defensive game...
The Daly Show
*Click here for a photo gallery by Bill Normile* Class B North Neptune 17, Colts Neck 14 (OT)  Senior kicker Hunter Daly nailed a 37-yard field goal in overtime as the Scarlet Fliers (3-2, 3-1) survived an upset bid by the host Cougars (0-6, 0-4) after trailing 14-0 at halftime...
Top 10 Plays
Welcome to the latest edition of the Shore Sports Network’s top plays, highlighting the most dazzling and exciting moments from Shore Conference football action. This week we take a look at the top clips from Week Four, which featured some thrillers between Top 10 teams and more...
Royal Welcome
NEPTUNE — Having lost two in a row while being held scoreless for the last eight quarters, Neptune needed a jolt against an undefeated Red Bank team that had won each of the teams' last two meetings. It was the perfect time for Royal Moore to make his Scarlet Fliers debut...
Moore to Sit 30 Days
Neptune senior Royal Moore, one of the Shore Conference's top returning two-way players as a quarterback/cornerback, will miss the first four games of Neptune's season after it was determined he had to sit 30 days via the NJSIAA transfer rule following his transfer in the offseason from Ocean, according to Scarlet Fliers coach Rodney Taylor...
Neptune Preview
*Preview Homepage* In the course of a year, Neptune has gone from a team breaking in 20 new starters to one with a veteran cast that looks to make a deep playoff run after a first-round exit last season. Neptune’s primary weakness last year, inexperience, led to a bumpy 5-5 season and a first-round loss in the Central Jersey Group IV playoffs, but the Scarlet Fliers have the firepower to get back
Top Returners
With preseason camps and fall practice officially getting underway this week, here is a look at the top returning players in the Shore Conference based on their performance last season. Returning Shore Sports Network All-Shore Selections Carmen Sclafani, Sr...
Shore's Best Camp Recap
@Scott_Stump 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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