As the Home News Tribune’s 2017-18 Wrestling Coach of the Year, Marcus Ivy is quick to deflect attention from himself and redistribute it to others who contributed to the Sayreville High School team’s success. From the borough’s “amazing” recreation program, which develops “quality kids every year,” to assistant coaches who made “the flow of practice better than it’s ever been,” Ivy said the Bombers’ 2017-18 Greater Middlesex Conference White Division championship was truly a team effort.
Kyle Lange and Drew Galea played for opposing high school hockey teams that reached the Greater Middlesex Conference Tournament final, but both possessed similar traits on and off the ice that helped lift their respective programs to new heights. Lange tallied 20 goals and 33 assists for a team-leading 53 points while leading Monroe to its first league tournament championship, a single-season school record 15 wins and the school’s first state tournament quarterfinal appearance.
The Home News Tribune’s 2017-18 All-Greater Middlesex Conference high school wrestling selections are based upon the weights in which wrestlers competed at during the postseason beginning with the district tournament, a longstanding tradition of our selection process. Please revisit this web page later today and tomorrow for links to our Wrestler of the Year and Coach of the Year stories.
Manasquan takes a 49-38 lead into fourth quarter. Franklin stepped up defensive intensity, forcing 7 turnovers in third quarter, but paid price as Manasquan is already in the bonus. Franklin used a 12-4 run to close the deficit to 43-34 with 2:07 left in third but got no closer
Manasquan leads 32-20 at half. Despite shooting 1 of 8 from floor, Dara Mabrey has 11 points, 9 from the line as she's used dribble penetration to draw fouls. Diamond Miller limited to 6 points on 2 of 11 shooting. Franklin outrebounded 20-14. Manasquan stellar on defensive glass
Manasquan uses a 11-0 run to build a 28-16 lead with 2:07 left first half. Franklin has shot 1 of 9 thus far in second quarter and has been outrebounded 10-4 with Manasquan controlling defensive glass. Manasquan 8 of 10 from line in game. Franklin just 2 of 2 from charity stripe
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