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Point Boro Panthers are going to the ‘ship!

Point Boro Panthers are going to the ‘ship!

POINT PLEASANT — Facing a season-ending challenge, many teams might crack under the pressure. But the Point Boro Panthers this week displayed a drive and relaxed composure seldom seen in a young team.

After earning the American Legion regular season crown, the Panthers fell short in the state tournament that followed. Then came the start of the Ocean County Double Elimination American Legion tournament, in which Boro received the ...

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Hurley takes 2nd at WorldsHurley takes 2nd at Worlds

POINT PLEASANT — As of Jan. 1, 2015, 45-year old Peter Hurley weighed in at 230 pounds and had not been sailing since 2011. Sailing was something Hurley had done since he was a kid thanks to his father, Dan Hurley, and something he was ready dive back into headfirst.

“I grew up in Mantoloking in the summer and my dad was a competitive sailor,” Hurley said. “He got ...

Rampone honoredRampone honored

NEPTUNE — It was a day to celebrate all things Christie Rampone on Tuesday at the Jersey Shore University Medical Center in Neptune.

In fact, Freeholders Thomas Arnone, Gary Rich and Serena DiMaso presented Rampone with a proclamation and declared July 28 Christie Rampone Day.

Lt. Gov. Kim Guadagno also presented Rampone with a proclamation.

The 40-year-old from Manasquan, who is the official spokesperson for the K. Hovnanian Children’s Hospital at ...

Summer Slam down to Fireman’s Fair FourSummer Slam down to Fireman’s Fair Four

MANASQUAN — It was down to the wire on Saturday morning in a Summer Slam Hoops League playoff game between Reef ...

Spring Lake ties Belmar on beachSpring Lake ties Belmar on beach

SPRING LAKE — The Spring Lake and Belmar lifeguard crews tied for first at the 2015 Spring Lake Lifeguard Tournament on Thursday evening. The teams each finished with 34 points to become co-champions.

Sea Girt came in third with 33 points while Sandy Hook finished fourth with 30 points and Bradley Beach took fifth with 22 points.

Spring Lake was coming off a big win in at the Monmouth County ...

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