Manasquan girls soccer suspended due to coronavirus

The rising rate of COVID-19 transmission among young people worries health officials.

MANASQUAN – Manasquan High School announced on Wednesday it would go to all remote learning for two weeks due to a third positive case of coronavirus. The notice to parents said that the need to suspend other extracurricular activities was being investigated.

One sport will be impacted — girls soccer.

According to Manasquan Athletic Director Pete Cahill, the Warriors girls soccer program will not play any games for two weeks due to a positive test on the team. Manasquan postponed its game on Wednesday against Freehold Borough and is now not scheduled to play again until Oct. 21 when the Warriors are scheduled to play at Wall.


Manasquan will be forced to postpone four games during the two-week period.