Winning ball control

Ocean Township High School’s Marlhens Nasanes, left, blocks out Shore Regional High School’s Brett Noram as he looks to win possession of the ball during the Shore Conference Tournament semifinals on Oct. 29 at the Summerfield School field in Neptune Township. The Spartans upset top-seeded Shore Regional, 2-0. In the final, Ocean Township bowed to …

Croddick’s late goal lifts Bulldogs to repeat conference championship

By MATTHEW ROCCO Correspondent The Shore Conference Tournament field hockey championship between Rumson-Fair Haven Regional High School and Shore Regional High School had the makings of a battle to the finish for two longtime rivals, and didn’t disappoint. The Bulldogs and Blue Devils were in a scoreless tie until Rumson-Fair Haven, after missing chances to …

Sapone wins elusive county title; Gindi places first in boys race

By TIM MORRIS Staff Writer Ocean Township High School’s Elliot Gindi is all smiles as he approaches the finish line for his victory at the Monmouth County Cross-Country Championships Oct. 20 at Holmdel Park. STAFF PHOTOGRAPHER ERIC SUCAR After consecutive second-place finishes at the Monmouth County Cross-Country Championships, Red Bank Regional High School’s Lauren Sapone …

Bulldogs, Caseys, Blue Devils score victories on the gridiron

By WARREN RAPPLEYEA Correspondent The football teams at Rumson-Fair Haven Regional High School, Red Bank Catholic (RBC) High School and Shore Regional High School are all coming off a successful weekend. took it 20 yards to paydirt. The teams swapped touchdowns in the fourth quarter to account for the final score of 30-14. The Rumson-Fair …

RUMSON-FAIR HAVEN

Against previously undefeated Lakewood High School, visiting Rumson-Fair Haven showed just how good it can be in improving to 5-1. The Piners managed to shut down the Bulldogs’ running game in the first half, but Rumson-Fair Haven found other ways to score and jumped out to a 21-0 lead by halftime and never really looked …

SHORE REGIONAL

Shore Regional (6-0) dominated South River High School (0-7) in a 52-7 win. The Blue Devils led 21-0 by the end of the first quarter, as the host Rams were unable