Loss of a Legend: Chip LaBarca Sr.
Chip LaBarca Sr. compiled a career record of 168-81-6 over 27 seasons and was inducted into the Shore Football Coaches Foundation Hall of Fame in 2011.
Penn State, Rutgers and the Big Ten Reconsider Football
Sorry if you think I am shallow for being happy over the return of Big Ten college football but in 2020 anything that makes you feel better is a good thing.
The Hazy Sun, COVID-19 in Schools and Season Over
Smoke from the west coast wildfires is giving us a hazy sun as the Jets start what could be a long season.
Donovan Catholic’s Mark Deppen Gets a Window…and More
The ribbon was cut Monday for the new Athletic Training Center at Donovan Catholic High School in Toms River.
Honoring 9/11 Victims By Paddle Boarding
The weekend also included football and the rediscovery of downtown Toms River on Friday night.
Real Football and Fantasy Are Back
Football is back at all levels which means the return of the 25 year old LFL and and my team Will Quartet.
The Darkest Day in Our Nation’s History
September 11, 2001 is this generation's “day that will live in infamy” and most of us remember exactly where we were when we first heard the news.
Keeping Things Light and Bright
I am calling for an extension of summer that includes your wardrobe and continuing to wear white, pink, yellow, light blue.
Labor Day May Not Be The End
Summer shore visitors are not so quick this year to head home once Labor Day rolls around.
What Happened To Summer?
The summer of 2020, which will go down in history for many of the wrong reasons has flown by like never before.