St. Rose High School Profile

By CHRIS CHRISTOPHER The world of sports is caught up in numbers. Statistic after statistic is used to determine the value of an athlete. However, Abby Antognoli’s value runs deeper than numbers. At least that’s how St. Rose High School girls basketball coach Mary Beth Chambers sees it. “She does a lot of work that […]

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Neptune Senior Follows Her Dream to Play College Basketball

By CHRIS CHRISTOPHER When Macy Brackett attempts a shot from the field, there’s a better than 50-50 chance it will hit its target–the bottom of the net. The Neptune High School girls basketball standout rarely misses, according to her coach, John Brown, the Scarlet Fliers’ 14th-year mentor. “She’s shooting better than 50 percent from the […]

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Team Captain is ‘Formidable’ Force at St. Rose High

By CHRIS CHRISTOPHER There was no stopping Makayla Andrews. The St. Rose High School girls basketball standout turned the McCann Activities and Athletic Center into her personal playground. The senior guard erupted for 29 points, hammered for 11 rebounds and handed out three assists, powering the host Purple Roses past Rumson-Fair Haven Regional 76-50. Andrews […]

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College Achieve Supporters to March on Neptune Municipal Building

Minority parents, students, teachers and staff of a college preparatory public charter school are scheduled to march on the Neptune  municipal building today (Dec. 9) at 4:30 p.m. to demand that township officials stop blocking the school’s move to a better facility. College Achieve has been trying to open a school at the Holy Innocents […]

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Monmouth Regional Football Preview

By CHRIS CHRISTOPHER First-year Monmouth Regional High School football coach Dan Wendel wants to see togetherness among his Falcons. “Our motto is, ‘One Family…One Mission,’ ” the former Monmouth player said. “We want to continue to come together and build the foundation for this program.” How together the Falcons will be in terms of wins […]

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Asbury Park High Football Preview

By CHRIS CHRISTOPHER The loss burns inside the stomachs of the Asbury Park High School Blue Bishops like hot coals. The team traveled to traditional state football power Paulsboro to play in the NJSIAA Central Jersey Group I semifinals last season. The result was a 34-0 road loss in which the Blue Bishops trailed 14-0 […]

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