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Panthers primed to make a splash

Panthers primed to make a splash

POINT BORO — The Point Boro girls swim team is ready to hit the water swimming this winter after only graduating two seniors from last year’s team. On top of only losing two contributing swimmers the team has added a freshman class of almost 20 swimmers.

“I think the girls are going to be in better shape this year,” said head coach Patricia Ryan. “We have a lot of ...

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Referees ‘drop the puck’ on Pt. Boro season-openerReferees ‘drop the puck’ on Pt. Boro season-opener

WALL TOWNSHIP — The parking lot at Jersey Shore Arena in Wall Township was almost at capacity as fans filed into the arena to watch Point Boro ice hockey in its season opener against Manasquan. There was a large turnout from both Point Boro and Manasquan in a crosstown rivalry game that was looking to be an exciting matchup.

The game carried a little extra weight for the Panthers, ...

Boro boys determined to improve despite roster sizeBoro boys determined to improve despite roster size

POINT BORO — It was a bittersweet season for the Point Boro boys swim team last year, which found plenty of success in the pool but graduated many swimmers that made the year such a success.

“We lost Joe Skimmons who was just a great leader. He’s a big loss for us,” said head coach Patricia Ryan. “Then we had a group of about 10 boys who were very ...

Warriors can’t get that push vs. WallWarriors can’t get that push vs. Wall

MANASQUAN — The Manasquan football team was left frustrated Thursday, feeling it had missed out on a great opportunity against Wall on Thanksgiving.

The Warriors had no idea while they were struggling to move the ball and stop the Crimson Knight offense that Middletown North was defeating Middletown South, which opened the door for Manasquan to earn a share of the B North Division title.

That chance was taken away ...

Crimson Knights make it a three-peat Crimson Knights make it a three-peat

MANASQUAN — The Wall football team started off their Thanksgiving with a satisfying 21-3 win over rival Manasquan at Vic Kubu Warrior Field on Thursday.

Going up against a state championship contending team, the Knights knew it would be a physical battle, espcially at the line of scrimmage.

Yet it was the Knights who seemed to push the Warriors around all morning after a deadlocked first half.

Neither team was moving ...


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