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Nobbs nets two goals

Nobbs nets two goals

POINT PLEASANT — Senior Dan Nobbs has already accomplished plenty in his time at Point Pleasant Borough High School. He competed in the state finals at Atlantic City’s boardwalk hall for wrestling, and last season was the one of the Panthers’ most versatile athletes on the football field.

Nobbs was prepared to step on the gridiron again this fall, until shoulder surgery in the spring caused him to re-evaluate ...

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Butow, Gulls show effort in tough lossButow, Gulls show effort in tough loss

POINT PLEASANT — High school volleyball players are not typical students. Out of the spotlight and away from the court, the players put in countless hours of hard work to stay at the top of their game. On the court, just two sets could quickly decide the fate of a match.

In a recent two-set loss to Raritan High School, where the score was 25-23 each time in favor ...

Wondolowski scores hat trickWondolowski scores hat trick

POINT PLEASANT — It was senior night on Tuesday for the Point Pleasant Borough girls soccer team, but freshman Devon Wondolowski was the one to steal the show on the field. She scored the first hat trick of her varsity career in a 5-0 home win over Jackson Liberty High School.

Wondolowski, who came off the bench, is one of just three freshmen on the varsity squad. Point Boro ...

Squan boys run to secondSquan boys run to second

HOLMDEL — The Manasquan boys cross country team was out to win the A Central Division meet on Wednesday at Holmdel Park.

The Warriors finished in a strong second to Holmdel, leaving the Manasquan runners a little disappointed, but at the same time a measure of the progress of the program.

The division meet, which had 12 runners from each team in the A Central Division lining up for the ...

Crimson Knights slay the DragonsCrimson Knights slay the Dragons

BRICK — The Wall football team was not supposed to beat Brick Township on Friday.

But it seems like no one remembered to tell that to the Crimson Knights.

In what resembled a game out of a movie, Wall accomplished what seemed to be impossible by beating the previously undefeated Green Dragons in overtime, 28-27.

“This is huge,” said quarterback Matt Cluley. “We have been dying to get that win. It ...

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