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Neptune’s Morgan outduels Rumson’s Volker at Shore Conference 100-meter dash

NEPTUNE – If Marvin Morgan turns out to be a major factor in the 100-meter dash at the NJSIAA Meet of Champions next month, one might be able to look back at Saturday’s Shore Conference Championships as when the Neptune sophomore turned a corner. 821 more words

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Boys track: Five things to watch at the Shore Conference Championships

Championship season in New Jersey track and field is beginning to pick up steam as the local scene moves to the Shore Conference Championships (9 a.m. 564 more words

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Celebration time for Southern Regional as Rams win first SCT title

WEST LONG BRANCH – The Southern Regional boys lacrosse players had every reason to throw their gloves and helmets in the air.

After two frustrating losses the last two years to Rumson-Fair Haven in the Shore Conference Tournament Final, it was time to celebrate a grand achievement. 1,092 more words

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Shore Sports Schedule for May 11

HIGH SCHOOL

BOYS VOLLEYBALL

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134: Ionescu (SJV); 122: Politi (SJV); 118: Ulrich (Lacey); 113: Lomauro (Colts Neck); 106: Shea (Freehold); 104: Ross (SJV); 93: Biddle (Freehold); 87: Scott (Wall); 86: Osborne (CBA); 81: Matthews (Colts Neck); 71: N. 539 more words

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Girls Lacrosse: RFH, Shore advance to SCT Final

OCEAN – Rumson-Fair Haven and Shore will meet in this year’s Shore Conference Tournament final at Monmouth University on Monday after each winning SCT semifinal games on Saturday afternoon. 544 more words

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New York City FC Sign Defender RJ Allen

New York City FC have signed defender RJ Allen, the Club announced on Saturday.

Allen, who played 18 matches for Skive IK in Denmark in 2013, has been training with New York City FC this week ahead of their match against the Seattle Sounders on Sunday night at Yankee Stadium. 157 more words

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Poll: Serious Racial Divide In How People Perceive Police

By David Madden

WEST LONG BRANCH, N.J. (CBS) – A newly released national poll from Monmouth University in New Jersey confirms what a lot of people have suspected: African Americans are less likely to trust their local police department than those of other races. 117 more words

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