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Herrington scores hat trick

Herrington scores hat trick

WALL — Point Pleasant Borough senior forward Owen Herrington put on a show in the Panthers’ 6-2 win over the Point Beach-Manasquan co-op team at the Jersey Shore Ice Arena in Wall on Wednesday night. He scored a hat trick in the comeback victory, where the Panthers scored four goals in the third period alone.

Two other Panthers also scored — freshman Thomas Colorio had two goals, and junior ...

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Different team, same goals for Point Beach basketballDifferent team, same goals for Point Beach basketball

POINT PLEASANT BEACH — Considering how much change the Point Pleasant Beach boys basketball team has undergone, coach Nick Catania has to be pleased with how certain things never change.

After losing four starters — including one that went on to play at the University of Notre Dame and another, the University of Iowa — the Garnet Gulls are still competing at a high level and have championship aspirations.

“Our ...

Point Pleasant aims to win B South titlePoint Pleasant aims to win B South title

POINT PLEASANT — Point Pleasant’s success in girls basketball over the past couple of years is nothing to scoff at. The Panthers have won sectional titles, a Christmas tournament and division championships under seventh-year head coach David Drew, who has a career record of 127-43.

Drew is once again feeling pretty good heading into a new basketball season with many key returners.

The Panthers return senior Lindsey Havens, who averaged ...

Roses reloading, not rebuildingRoses reloading, not rebuilding

BELMAR — The St. Rose girls basketball team may have graduated six players from last year’s squad that reached the semifinal of the Tournament of Champions, but the Purple Roses return two of the top players in the Shore in seniors Jess Louro and Kat Phipps.

The duo will be the anchors of the team this season and will be looked upon for guidance from the young, but talented, ...

Warriors reaching for hoops heightsWarriors reaching for hoops heights

MANASQUAN — The Manasquan girls basketball team had a taste of success last year, winning a Shore Conference title, a Central Jersey Group II title, an overall Group II title and reaching the Tournament of Champions [TOC] final — and the team is looking to finish the job this season.

Although the Warriors’ ultimate goal is to make it back to the TOC final, they are not getting too ...

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