Matawan Regional High School’s girls and boys repeated their sweep of team titles in the New Jersey State Interscholastic Athletic Association (NJSIAA) Central Jersey, Group II championships May 27 at Bernards High School. Sam Anderson had the best day of any of the Huskies, scoring in four running events for the girls’ team, including a winning time of 57.69 in the 400 meters. She also finished third in the 100 (12.89) and 200 (26.0) and was fourth in the 800 (2:19.78).
Christian Brothers Academy’s (CBA) baseball team is enjoying a 17-8 season, but it hopes to change its occasional struggles scoring runs in its final tournament run. It was scheduled to play Saint Joseph High School of Metuchen in its New Jersey State Interscholastic Athletic Association South Jersey, Non-Public A opener May 30. “We talked about that just the other day. We’ve had a tough time scoring runs,” coach Marty Kenney said.
Middletown High School North seniors Riley Kernan, Ryan Rasmussen, Kayla Gallo, Liz Dorsa and Angela Delahanty are looking to graduate next month with something few seniors can claim: a third straight Shore Conference Tournament softball championship. They would do it playing for their third coach in four years, as Chris Hoffman took over the program that Marc Rosner established with instant success the last two seasons.
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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Find results that mention multiple specified terms, use AND or
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