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Longtime assistant Dan Lee named Monroe head football coach

With the appointment of longtime assistant Dan Lee as the successor to former head coach Chris Beagan, the Monroe High School football program is expected to make a seamless transition. 833 more words


Social Saturday

Come out to the Made in Monmouth expo. Monmouth county has many wonderful products produce in it, and this expo just gives a small taste. So come out and support our local businesses. 8 more words

Events & Open Houses

Georgian Court's Brazzel excelling in javelin

Meet New Jersey’s newest javelin throwing star – Georgian Court University freshman Michael Brazzel.

With a mighty heave of 68.41 meters/224 feet, 5 inches at the Osprey Open Meet at Stockton University last Saturday, the rookie Lion out of North Arlington High School delivered perhaps the best performance in the two-year history of the GCU men’s track and field program, and gained national recognition in the process. 763 more words


Somerville winter guard heading to world championships

LONG BRANCH – Following its first-place finish at regionals in March, Somerville High School’s winter guard open team is preparing to compete for the world championship later this month. 240 more words


Meet the All-Shore Boys Basketball Team

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School: Rumson-Fair Haven

Year: Junior

Position: Guard

Highlights: Barry, who stands 6-foot-1, was an electrifying guard that scored 643 points in 29 games this season for the Bulldogs. 766 more words


Marina Mabrey of Manasquan is Girls Basketball Player of Year

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The numbers and overall resume are staggering for Manasquan’s three-time Asbury Park Press All-Shore Player of the Year Marina Mabrey. 623 more words


Luke Grodeska of St. Rose is Boys Track Athlete of Year

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According to St. Rose shot putter Luke Grodeska, “there’s just always been somebody better” than him.

“I’ve had a lot of second-place finishes,” Grodeska said. 472 more words