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Summer is game time for Legion team

Summer is game time for Legion team

TOMS RIVER — It looks like a lot of Point Pleasant Borough High School baseball players aren’t spending all their time during the summer at the beach tanning and relaxing. They are dedicated to improving their skills on the baseball diamond.

Point Pleasant coach David Drew believes the Panthers are on the rise and could have a great team in the upcoming season if the players continue to develop.

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Local athletes boosts skills at hoops campLocal athletes boosts skills at hoops camp

POINT PLEASANT BEACH — Point Beach basketball isn’t played until the winter season, but head coach Nick Catania doesn’t hang up his whistle during the offseason.

Catania hosts the Hoop Skills Basketball clinic every season. The first clinic was this week, Monday to Friday. The second will be this upcoming Monday to Friday. The camp runs from 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. at Point Pleasant Beach High School ...

Fulop takes silverFulop takes silver

LAVALLETTE — Lavallette resident Lindsay Fulop, 36, has spent over 25 years competing in the Special Olympics and placed second in golf at the recent Special Olympic USA games, which were held at Mercer Oaks Golf Course in Princeton Junction.

She finished second in the F1 division of level four individual stroke play, which consists of a 9-hole stipulated round. It is a 27-hole tournament.

“We had a great time ...

Sea Girt surges in the surf with second winSea Girt surges in the surf with second win

AVON — The next time Gov. Chris Christie wants to do a commercial promoting the Jersey Shore, he might want to call Pete Fittin.

The Sea Girt lifeguard has been trumpeting up summer at the beach for years to his college swimming teammates at the University of Maryland and now Pennsylvania State University.

Fittin, who transfered from Maryland to Penn State, was pretty persuasive, because four of his Penn State ...

Runners have a hot, fast time in BelmarRunners have a hot, fast time in Belmar

BELMAR — A pair of former Princeton University runners saw success at the Belmar 5, which took place on Saturday morning.

Nearly 2,500 runners competed in the 38th annual, five-mile race.

Cameron Marantz, 26, of Philadelphia, was the overall winner of the race, completing the five mile course in 25:02.39, while former teammate Sarah Cummings, 25, of Manhattan, was the top female finisher with a time of 27:44.63.

This was Marantz’s ...

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