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NJ bill expands steroid testing among high school student-athletes

The idea has been knocked down before, more than once, but New Jersey lawmakers are at it again - attempting to make all high school athletes eligible for random steroid testing.

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NJ high school sports are getting a safety check

In a first-of-its-kind initiative from the New Jersey State Interscholastic Athletic Association, a special team is going school to school in the Garden State to make sure their athletic programs are keeping up with the state regulations and protocols in place.

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No more drones at HS sporting events, NJSIAA says

Are you afraid of drones? Many Garden State residents admit they get nervous when they see one of the unmanned flying machines nearby, because they tend to be unpredictable and they have been known to crash.

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Student-Athletes May Be Randomly Tested for Steroid Use [AUDIO]

Sports and steroids are almost synonymous these days and that's why New Jersey is looking to crack down on steroid use among young student athletes.

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Brick kicker Anthony Starego, 19, who has multi-symptom autism, savored his first game back on Friday night against Toms River South after the NJSIAA granted him an unprecedented fifth year of eligibility earlier in the day. (Photo by Scott Stump).
Brick kicker Anthony Starego, 19, who has multi-symptom autism, savored his first game back on Friday night against Toms River South after the NJSIAA granted him an unprecedented fifth year of eligibility earlier in the day. (Photo by Scott Stump).
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Brick’s Anthony Starego: Back in the Game

Munching on a hot pretzel under the cover of darkness outside the locker room after the cameras surrounding him were put away and lights turned off following Friday night's win over Toms River South, Brick's Anthony Starego managed a wan smile."I'm happy,'' he said. "But I'm tired."

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NJSIAA Reverses Ruling, Grants Eligibility to Brick Kicker with Autism

In a dramatic reversal of a ruling from March, the NJSIAA has declared on Friday that Brick kicker Anthony Starego, who has multi-symptom autism, is immediately eligible to play a fifth season for the Green Dragons this fall, according to a news release by his family.

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NJSIAA Wrestling Tournament Remains in Atlantic City Despite Lady Gaga Concert

The New Jersey State Interscholastic Athletic Association announced today that the individual state wrestling championships would remain at Boardwalk Hall in Atlantic City for the next three years.

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Hometown View – Mon, 11/14/11

The first round of the NJSIAA Football Playoffs is in the books and it was not an especially good one for the Shore Conference, especially here in Ocean County where the local teams were just 1-5 in games with those from out of the area.

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