The other day our promotions director Ted Maturo comes to me with a two-page list of Ocean County’s All-Time Most Requested Songs. I know it’s old from the WOBM letterhead and the 201 area code as our phone number and it turns out it’s from 1983.
As I’ve said before one of the first things I read when I open the Asbury Park Press are the obituaries. It’s something I’ve done for the better part of thirty years and not because I enjoy reading them but it’s simply a way to keep track of those who have been in and out of your life. A good day is one in which you don’t know anyone listed.
It was somewhat ironic that at about the same time Warren Hills senior Evan Murray died tragically while playing football I received a press release announcing Russell Athletics’ fifth annual “Fight Like Dylan Award.” That’s because the award honors high school teams that have shown determination, inspiration and perseverance through sports and clearly Warren Hills will need a big dose of that to get through this season.
Joaquin is still days away and there are indications that the worst weather we face is not from that storm but a system that will likely hit us on Friday. As a result several high school football games have already been moved and more could follow.
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