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Boro makes their statement

Boro makes their statement

POINT BORO — Heading into Friday’s game against Lacey Township, the Point Boro football team knew what needed to be done. All week during practice and preparation the words “statement game” were highlighted by coaches and players alike because Lacey’s football team had been lauded as a team that could capture the B South division title.

Motivated by that sentiment, the Panthers put together a decisive 28-12 victory over ...

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Panthers claw out first winPanthers claw out first win

POINT BORO — The Point Boro girls tennis team lifted a weight off their shoulders this week, winning their first game of the season in a match at home against Lakewood. The Panthers beat the Piners 4-1, making for a nice confidence boost after starting the season 0-5.

Boro was fortunate to go into Tuesday’s match with a 2-0 lead after Lakewood forfeited second doubles and third singles. Although ...

Gulls top Mater Dei, drop nail-biter to Asbury ParkGulls top Mater Dei, drop nail-biter to Asbury Park

POINT BEACH — Tuesday’s boys soccer game between Point Beach and undefeated Asbury Park had to be played on Beach’s junior varsity field after the varsity field was deemed too wet. And while a minor inconvenience for spectators, those thoughts were quickly erased as a thrilling match of physical, fast-paced and exciting soccer unfolded.

The game, which was decided in overtime, ended up in Asbury’s favor, 3-2, but there ...

Strong first half keeps Gulls out in front for first victoryStrong first half keeps Gulls out in front for first victory

POINT BEACH — The Point Beach football team secured its first win of the season last Friday in a 20-14 victory over Bishop Ahr on the road.

The win comes on the heels of a season-opening loss at home, which ended up being the necessary motivation to kick the Garnet Gulls into high gear.

“The opener, obviously, was a tough loss. We had to rebound from that and go up ...

Crimson Knights soccer is soaringCrimson Knights soccer is soaring

WALL — Wall girls soccer coach Mike Juska felt the Crimson Knights were being way too gracious a host of Manasquan during the first half on Tuesday.

Juska implored his team to turn up the heat on the Warriors during the second half and it didn’t take long for Wall to make things uncomfortable for Manasquan.

The Crimson Knights broke a scoreless tie with four goals in the second half ...

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