Articles Posted in the Sports Category

  • Red Bank Catholic’s Trevor Cowley, No. 1, hauls in a 28-yard touchdown pass from quarterback Eddie Hahn in the first quarter.

    Shore Defense Key in Win Over Seraphs

        By Jim Hintelmann MIDDLETOWN – Saturday’s B Division Central football showdown between host Mater Dei Prep and defending champion Shore Regional was a study of contrasts. The game matched Shore’s traditionally strong defense…

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    An Afternoon with Phil Simms

        By Vincent Landolfi Jr. Twenty-five years ago, before becoming the co-host of Showtime’s acclaimed series “Inside the NFL,” and CBS-TV’s analyst on their lead NFL broadcast team, Phil Simms was an All-Pro, Super…

  • Holmdel goalie Tyler Marchiano, No. 00, leaps to make a save during Monday's stunning 1-0 win against CBA. Marchiano now has seven shutouts this season.

    Holmdel Bests CBA in Soccer, 1-0

      By Jim Hintelmann LINCROFT – Holmdel and Christian Brothers Academy, two soccer teams that have been playing well the past couple of weeks, got together Monday in a nondivision game, and it was Holmdel…

  • RFH senior captain Catie Ebner, right, looks to get past Holmdel's Chelsea Covino during the first round of the Shore Conference Tournament on Tuesday, Oct. 21. The Lady Bulldogs remain unbeaten with the 8-0 win over Holmdel.
--Sean Simmons

    RFH Field Hockey Team Off to Solid Start in Shore Tournament

      By Jim Hintelmann RUMSON – Rumson-Fair Haven Regional has had one of the Shore’s top field hockey programs the past few years but one goal has remained elusive, the Lady Bulldogs are still seeking…

  • Members of the U12 Peninsula United Eagles celebrate their first place win at the SAC United Premier Soccer Tournament in Maryland.

    Peninsula United Eagles Win Soccer Tournament

      Story and Photos by Robert Cavanaugh Over the Columbus Day weekend, Peninsula Soccer Club sent three teams to the SAC United Premier Soccer Tournament in Maryland. Making the trip down I-95 were the U10…

  • Bernard and Andres Friel celebrate their victory in the Flying Scot Class New York-New Jersey District Championships.

    Friels Win Flying Scot District Championship

        Story and Photo by Art Petrosemolo Bernard and Andres Friel, defending Monmouth Boat Club champions, capped a successful sailing season during the Oct. 11-12 weekend, winning the Flying Scot Class New York-New Jersey…

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    Bulldogs Beat Warriors

    The Rumson-Fair Haven Regional Bulldogs are back in the win column after beating the Manasquan Warriors, 28-21, Saturday, Oct. 18, at Vic Kubu Field. The Bulldogs, coming off two straight losses, were back in winning…

  • Red Bank Regional quarterback Jack Navitsky, No. 2, has a stellar game for the Bucs against Raritan, passing for 148 yards and rushing for 131 yards.
--Sean Simmons

    Raritan Rockets Win Over RBR

            By Jim Hintelmann LITTLE SILVER – After years of success, the Raritan football program took a dip the past three years with the Rockets winning just seven games, including a winless…

  • Villanova-bound Catie Ebner, No. 20, of Rumson-Fair Haven dribbles the ball during the Bulldogs’ 7-0 shutout win against Middletown South. Ebner scored two goals during the Saturday, Oct. 11, game.
--Sean Simmons

    Rumson-Fair Haven Ready to Make a Run in Tournaments

    FIELD HOCKEY   By Jim Hintelmann MIDDLETOWN – With the Shore Conference and New Jersey State Interscholastic Athletic Association (NJSIAA) field hockey tournaments coming up, unbeaten Rumson-Fair Haven Regional appears ready to make a strong…

  • Eva Cutler, No. 3 of Colts Neck, attempts to dribble past Grace Dengler, No. 21, of Red Bank Regional.
--Sean Simmons

    Colts Neck Girls Soccer Having Great Season

          With SEAN SIMMONS photos HEAD: By Jim Hintelmann LITTLE SILVER – After an 8-8-1 season a year ago, the Colts Neck girls soccer team is enjoying one of its best seasons this…