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Beach bummed: Roses prick Gulls

Beach bummed: Roses prick Gulls

POINT PLEASANT BEACH — Baseball games between Point Pleasant Beach and St. Rose used to come down to a nail-bitting seventh inning in the historic rivalry between the two programs. That was not the case this year.

The Point Pleasant Beach High School baseball team wound up on the wrong side of a 12-1 score on Friday at the Antrim School fields, tasting defeat at the hands of the ...

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Point shows great effort in eight-inning road lossPoint shows great effort in eight-inning road loss

JACKSON — All Shore Conference teams start to develop defining characteristics with the passing of time. The Point Pleasant Borough High School softball team, which has to endure a tough schedule this season, seems to have consciously adopted the tag of an “underdog.”

The Panthers were again punching above their weight in the Ocean County Tournament on Monday morning, falling 4-3 in extra innings to Jackson Memorial High School.

“It ...

Panthers place 8thPanthers place 8th

MOORESTOWN — The Point Pleasant Borough High School boys track and field team loaded the buses and headed to the eighth annual Moorestown invitational held at Moorestown High School on Saturday. As a team, the Panthers finished eighth in the small school division.

In the 1,500-meter run, Kameron O’Leary took third [4:21.23] and Dylan Peters placed fifth [4:23.45].

In the 4x100-meter relay, the Panther team of Mason Weingarten, Tyler Haines, ...

Knights are rollingKnights are rolling

COLTS NECK — There are times in the game every lacrosse team needs a spark to light a fire.

The Wall boys lacrosse team has plenty of players who are like the lighters, who don’t mind if their role is away from the glow of the flame.

The Crimson Knights’ defensive midfield, ignited Wall more than once against Colts Neck on Monday during a 13-8 victory over the Cougars.

The win ...

Warriors battle past improved Purple RosesWarriors battle past improved Purple Roses

SEA GIRT — Manasquan senior Kieran Preston knew the Warriors were going to get a tough game from the St. Rose lacrosse team on Saturday at the Sea Girt Army Camp.

Preston was sure the Purple Roses were a vastly improved team compared to the last few seasons.

It was no surprise, but a great relief to Preston and his Warrior teammates, that Manasquan eventually took control of the game ...

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