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POINT PLEASANT — It’s always a good night for a win, and the Point Pleasant Borough football team picked up its second of the season on Friday evening, defeating Donovan Catholic 20-3 at Al Saner Stadium.

The win improves the Panthers to a perfect 2-0 record after the team finished at 1-9 the previous season.

Donovan Catholic was first

to strike with its Navy option offense, which led to a scoring ...

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Panthers extend win streakPanthers extend win streak

POINT PLEASANT — The Point Pleasant Borough High School boys soccer team may have picked up some bumps and bruises in a hard-fought, scrappy game on Wednesday, but it came away with a 2-1 win at Al Saner Stadium.

The win extended the Panthers’ win streak to four straight games. Head coach Pete Casalino said he is liking the effort he has seen out of his team the past ...

Point Boro routs Donovan CatholicPoint Boro routs Donovan Catholic

POINT PLEASANT — There was no stopping the Point Pleasant Borough girls soccer team on Monday against Donovan Catholic High School.

The Panthers scored four times, dominated the time of possession and kept Griffin goalie Rebecca Dodgson on her heels the entire game, forcing her to make 17 saves. Point Boro goalie Cameron Havens only had to make five saves as the Griffins struggled to get close to the ...

Wall one step closerWall one step closer

WALL — It was a hard-fought game for the Wall football team on Friday night against Ocean, but the Crimson Knights came up short with a 21-14 loss.

Wall is still looking for its first win of the season.

Head coach Dan Curcione felt that it was an improvement from Wall’s first two games, but knows that in order to get a win, more work will have to be done ...

Squan surgesSquan surges

MANASQUAN — The Manasquan Warriors are still trying to figure out how to be a four-quarter football team, but on Saturday they were good enough in the second half to grind past Monmouth Regional during a 15-6 victory at Vic Kubu Warrior Field.

It was the first win of the season for Manasquan, but the second week in a row that the Warriors put together a big second-half effort ...

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