Winter Season Still on Track After Murphy Lifts Indoor Sports Ban
With Governor Phil Murphy announcing the resumption of organized indoor sports for Saturday, the NJSIAA winter season remains on track for a mid-to-late-January start.
NJSIAA Announces Spectator Restrictions, Update on Transfers
Spectators will be allowed, but limited during the upcoming fall season, according to revised guidelines released by the NJSIAA Friday.
NJSIAA Sends Out Phase 2 Details to N.J. Directors
With Phase 1 of summer workouts set to begin on Monday in some districts, the NJSIAA sent out guidelines for Phase 2.
Baseball – Last Dance Tournament Closer to Reality, At Least 35 Shore Teams Involved
At least 35 Shore teams and more than 300 have submitted their interest to participate in July's Last Dance Baseball Tournament.
Peace by Peace: Still a Young Leader, Lewis Starts his Latest, Most Challenging Project
Whether basketball or activism, Scottie Lewis is not afraid to embrace a project. His latest is his most challenging and important yet.
National Federation of High Schools releases guidelines for opening up high school sports
The National Federation of High Schools has unveiled a three-part plan to phase in high-school sports.
Boys Basketball – Bronny and Juanny: Next Generation Takes Metro Classic Stage in Toms Riv…
The Metro Classic basketball showcase comes to Toms River this weekend and for those old enough to remember two of the more memorable high school players of the last two decades, it feels awfully familiar.
Boys Basketball – Marlboro’s Impressive Start Continues at WOBM Classic
Alex Ratner and Marlboro are off to a scorching start to 2019-20 thanks to the senior captain and a promising young supporting cast.
Boys Basketball – M.J. Wright’s Buzzer-Beater Wins RBC the WOBM Classic
M.J. Wright stole an inbounds pass and hit the game-winning floater in the last 1.1 seconds to give Red Bank Catholic a thrilling win over Marlboro in the WOBM Christmas Classic final.
Boys Basketball – Marlboro Dominates Top-Seeded Manasquan to Reach WOBM Final
Alex Ratner scored 25 points and Marlboro's relentless pressure was too much for top-seeded Manasquan in the WOBM semifinals.