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Gulls making strides

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POINT BEACH — It took about three minutes and 20 seconds for the Point Beach girls basketball team to really settle in to last Friday’s game against Asbury Park, but after the Garnet Gulls got started, there was no stopping them.

The Gulls were able to work their way to a 51-36 victory over the Blue Bishops in a game where three Beach players hit double-digit scoring. McKayla Hughes ...

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Beach wrestles smartBeach wrestles smart

POINT BEACH — After a long six days without competitive wrestling, the Point Beach wrestling team was happy to hit the mats in a match against Middletown South Tuesday night. The hiatus did not affect the Garnet Gulls too much, as they worked their way to a 51-18 victory.

“We wrestled well,” said head coach Jeff Bower after the win. “They beat us last year, a real close match. ...

The win streak lives onThe win streak lives on

POINT BEACH — For the Point Beach boys basketball team the game is all about tempo. On the court the Garnet Gulls may not be playing a song, but if they were, they always aim for prestissimo, a musical term meaning to play very fast or as fast as possible.

While Monday’s game against Keansburg started off at lento, or slow, Beach was able to increase the tempo and ...

Medals galore for Boro girlsMedals galore for Boro girls

TOMS RIVER — It is early in the indoor track and field season but that did not stop Point Boro’s girls team from cashing in some impressive finishes at Wednesday’s Ocean County Championships.

“It’s a weird thing in the winter that you have a championship meet but it’s so early in the season,” said head coach Billy Kostenko. “It’s really a mix of trying to figure out where everybody ...

New transfer proposal to get second reading in Feb.New transfer proposal to get second reading in Feb.

POINT BEACH — The New Jersey Interscholastic Athletic Association [NJSIAA] Executive Committee approved a proposal that will toughen the NJSIAA transfer rule on a first reading at Wednesday’s meeting in Robbinsville.

After an extensive discussion the proposal was passed, 27-7, and will now have a second reading and vote at the Feb. 8 Executive Committee meeting. If the proposal gets approved at that meeting, the rule will go into ...

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