Vinny Lee

Jackson Mem.
*2015 Shore Conference Football Preview Homepage*
When last season began, most people had an idea Jackson Memorial was going to be a pretty good football team. Few could have envisioned the monster the Jaguars transformed into on their way to claiming the NJSIAA Central Jersey Group IV title and fini…
CJ Group 4 Preview
*Note: This game will be broadcast live on the radio by Shore Sports Network on 1160/1310 a.m. and streaming audio online right here on ShoreSportsNetwork.com. 
CENTRAL JERSEY GROUP IV CHAMPIONSHIP
Saturday at 7 p.m. at Rutgers University
(1) Middletown South (9-2) vs...
With a Vengeance
In the Jersey Mike's Game of the Week on Friday night at Keller Memorial Field, the third-seeded Jaguars unleashed that pent-up adrenaline by blasting the second-seeded Green Dragons, 44-0, with a dominant performance on offense, defense and special teams, to advance to their first NJSIAA Centr…
No Letdown
JACKSON — One week after a ground-shaking victory that catapulted Jackson Memorial to the top spot in the Shore Conference, the Jaguars made sure there would be no letdown on the first leg of their championship quest.
Junior running back Vinny Lee ran for 148 yards and three touchdowns and sophomore …
Tetro Night
BRICK TOWNSHIP — As Glenn Kipila smashed into Tim Santiago in the backfield, away went the football, caroming yard after yard toward Brick Memorial’s end zone.
Jackson Memorial had blown up the play, and if Kipila didn’t get there it would have been Zach Tetro, w…
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...
Saturday Night Special
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JACKSON — After all the big plays and potential game-changing moments, Saturday’s Shore Conference Class A South showdown between Brick and Jackson Memorial fittingly came down to one play in an epic ending at John J...
Road Work
LACEY — Whether it was on the offensive side, where a constant surge helped Jackson Memorial average over seven yards per carry, or defensively, where Lacey quarterback Conor Davies seemed to be running for his life the moment the ball reached his hands, the Jaguars' group of linemen had …
Jaguars Roar
In the Jersey Mike's Game of the Week on Shore Sports Network, Jackson Memorial continued its dominance of cross-town rival Jackson Liberty with a 50-16 nondivisional victory to open the season.