Boro struggles to contain Ramsey


POINT BORO — The Point Boro Friday night football game against Jackson Liberty was cancelled late Wednesday, according the athletic director Chris Ferrone, after a Liberty varsity football player tested positive for the coronavirus.

Boro hosted Ramsey in a 31-0 loss on Tuesday, Oct. 13. The Panthers struggled to create offense, turning the ball over deep in Ramsey territory on multiple occasions. Boro looks to turn the 0-2 season around this Saturday, Oct. 17, at 2 p.m. hosting Manasquan.

Toms River North 19 Brick Township 14


Brick Township football fell just shy of the first win of the season in a 19-14 loss to Toms River North on Friday, Oct. 9.

The Dragons converted a handful of 4th downs, two of them turning into scoring plays — Anthony Seaman scoring off an 8-yard run and Joaquin Ragland connecting with Evan Travisano for the 17-yard grab.

But the late-push was not enough as North ran the clock out for the five-point victory.

Brick’s next game is Friday, Oct. 16 at Toms River East, kick off is set for 7 p.m.

Before the game, Brick honored late members of the Dragons family, including, Coach Warren Wolf and his wife Peggy, Coach Don Marino and Rich Groschel.

Southern Regional 28 Brick Memorial 13

Memorial had a tough time containing Southern Regional’s Jaiden Brown as he scored all four Rams touchdowns. TJ McArthur and Akhi Barksdale scored for the Mustangs, McArthur on a keeper and Barksdale on a 71-yard dash.

Memorial’s next game is Friday, Oct. 16, at Lacey. Kickoff is set for 6:30 p.m.

Asbury Park 40 Point Beach 6

Beach lost another tough game to rival Asbury Park on Friday, Oct. 9. The Garnet Gulls trailed 24-0 at the half, before falling 40-6.

Beach returns home next Friday, Oct. 16, hosting Johnson Regional. Kickoff is set for 7 p.m.



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