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A plethora of talent

A plethora of talent

POINT PLEASANT — Point Pleasant Borough has most of the credentials one would want in a potentially championship-caliber girls soccer team. The Panthers return last year’s most potent scorers, have talented younger players and an experienced goalie in Cameron Havens, who is starting for her fourth straight season.

The Panthers are coming off an 11-7 season. Some of their top returners include Bella Harter, Havens, Julia Fitzsimmons, Julia ...

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Rebuilding with skillRebuilding with skill

POINT PLEASANT — The Point Pleasant Borough High School field hockey team may be rebuilding, but it is also ready to win.

“We have the talent, but it is just about figuring out where we are going to put people,” head coach Melissa Moberg said. “We are getting used to just gelling together. We are looking for the underclassmen to really step up. This is really going to be ...

Seniors ready to flySeniors ready to fly

POINT PLEASANT BEACH — With the way the past two seasons have ended — losing to Shore Regional the in the semifinals of the Central Jersey Group I state playoffs — it’s not hard to find motivation among the Point Pleasant Beach girls soccer team.

The girls are looking to take a step forward by going a little deeper in the state playoffs, with aspirations of bringing home ...

Knights’ time to shineKnights’ time to shine

WALL — The Wall girls soccer team has been knocking on the door of a title.

The Crimson Knights reached the Central Jersey Group III final last season and the Shore Conference final three years ago.

However, Wall has fallen short of getting a trophy, and the Crimson Knights’ championship appetite is ravenous heading into the season.

Wall returns a large group of players from last season that fell in the ...

Roses are ready for that winning feelingRoses are ready for that winning feeling

WALL — The St. Rose boys soccer team is armed with a new coach and a new formation as it moves forward into the 2014 season.

Brian Pringle took over the Purple Roses following former coach Dan White’s promotion to athletic director.

Pringle had previously been the freshman coach at St. Rose. He took a couple of years off before being named head coach.

In the first few weeks of practice, ...

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