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A finish CrossFit for a king

A finish CrossFit for a king

MANASQUAN — Jay-Z’s “Big Pimpin” bumps in the background as Matt Sulzer moves from thrusters to kettlebell swings. He is 10 minutes into a circuit workout where reps start at 21, drop to 15, then to nine before climbing back up to 15 and finally 21.

He shows a few glimpses of fatigue — it is Saturday morning after all — but it is hard to dismiss his sheer ...

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Panthers settle the Boro-Beach rivalryPanthers settle the Boro-Beach rivalry

POINT BORO — The Point Boro-Point Beach rivalry was alive again on Monday when the two schools’ boys tennis teams went head-to-head in a regular season matchup.

“The atmosphere was great. A Boro-Beach match of any sport is always filled with energy,” said Boro head coach Ryan Speiser. “My guys were probably more amped up for this match because of the rivalry. It's about town pride and we were ...

Boro rallies for win in extra inningBoro rallies for win in extra inning

POINT BORO — The Point Boro baseball team kept their undefeated streak alive with an extra-inning victory over visiting Barnegat on Monday.

“We knew we were going to get Barnegat’s best effort today,” said head coach David Drew. “We certainly had a little motivation knowing that we did get that forfeit win so we really wanted to come out here and prove that we could beat them.”

In their first ...

Squan solves Shore Squan solves Shore

SEA GIRT — Going into the season, Manasquan head coach Maria Eldridge made a point to single out Shore Regional as one of the top teams to beat in the A Central division.

The Warriors earned a resume-building win over Shore, 9-8, on Thursday afternoon.

With the win, Manasquan can still challenge for the A Central division title.

It also sent a message to the rest of the Shore Conference that ...

Warriors run through WallWarriors run through Wall

WALL — Coaches love to say anything can happen when it comes to a rivalry game, but on Saturday in a consistent rain the Manasquan boys lacrosse team was determined to totally control what was going to happen.

The Warriors took an early lead against rival Wall and never looked back against the Crimson Knights during a 16-5 victory.

Manasquan took a 5-0 lead in the first quarter on Wall ...

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