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Dawg-Pounding
MANASQUAN - Thirteen days before Saturday's showdown with Shore Conference Class A Central division rival Rumson-Fair Haven in the Central Jersey Group II semifinal, the Manasquan boys basketball team won a triple-overtime thriller over the rival Bulldogs in the Shore Conference Tournament final...
Instant Classic
By Ella Brockway SSN Correspondent MIDDLETOWN - Manasquan senior Jack Sheehan called it, the “craziest basketball game I’ve played in my entire life”. Manasquan head coach Andrew Bilodeau called it “hotly-contested”. Those descriptions of Sunday afternoon’s triple-overtime thriller between third-seeded Manasquan and sixth-seeded Rumson-Fair Haven in the Shore Conference Tournament quarterfinals ar
Grand Old Club
MANASQUAN - The 1,000-point milestone is one of the more commonly-celebrated individual achievements in high school basketball around the nation, but in the eyes Manasquan senior Ryan Jensen, that accomplishment takes a back seat to the one he achieved Thursday night despite slightly less fanfare...
Players of the Week
Shore Sports Network Player of the Week L.J. Robinson, Manchester While senior teammates Jordan Torney and Shavar Reynolds reach scoring milestones, the 6-foot-4 Hawks swingman has marked his territory as one of the Shore’s top juniors...
Barry Breaks Record
RUMSON - When the second-quarter buzzer sounded Friday night marking the end of the first half of his team's pivotal Shore Conference Class A Central showdown with Manasquan, Brendan Barry did not know he had just made Rumson-Fair Haven basketball history...
Squan Wins WOBM
Boys WOBM Bracket TOMS RIVER - In a game in which it found second and third chance opportunties to be abundant but actual baskets hard to come by, the Manasquan boys basketball team just hoped at some point the ball would start going in the basket during its WOBM Christmas Classic championship-game showdown with defending tournament champion Toms River North...
Battle-Ready
TOMS RIVER - The Manasquan boys basketball team proved last year - as if it needed to be proven - that a slip-up in a tournament setting in December won't prevent a good team from making a tournament run in March. While the Warriors have their sights set on a build-up toward another state title run like the one that yielded them an NJSIAA Central Jersey Group II championship last year, they wouldn
Too Much Too Soon
Photo Gallery by Sports Pix NJ PERTH AMBOY - If the Manasquan boys basketball team was hoping for a feeling-out period to open its NJSIAA Group II semifinal against Camden on Wednesday night, the Warriors barely had time to read the name on the front of the Panthers' jerseys before the defending Group II runner-up was up by double digits...
Blue Thunder
MANASQUAN - Senior Kyle Bradshaw has taken some good-natured joking from his Manasquan teammates all season about the fact that he has never played in the state playoffs in his career until this year. Bradshaw was part of a Monmouth Regional program that did not qualify for the postseason for his first three years, including a one-win season last year, before transferring to Manasquan as a senior.
Three's A Crowd
Photo Gallery by Sport Shots WLB *Scroll Down for Video Highlights* WEST LONG BRANCH – The senior class on the Shore Regional boys basketball team felt for its first three years as though it was constantly chasing a Manasquan team with more experience, more tradition and, ultimately, more wins...
Putting It Together
MANASQUAN - While most teams are trying to fine-tune everything in these final weeks of the regular season to get ready for the tournaments, Manasquan boys basketball coach Andrew Bilodeau still feels like it's December for the Warriors. A team that has finally gotten a few games under its belt with its complete lineup is at least starting to resemble the unit Bilodeau envisions for the postseason

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