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Gov. signs order allowing resumption of indoor sports

Gov. Phil Murphy has signed Executive Order No. 187, allowing the resumption of contact practices and competitions in indoor settings for organized sports defined...

Krause wins 2020 title; McCarthy wins Wall Stadium Modified race

WALL TOWNSHIP - Eddie McCarthy of Brick Township won his career first Modified stock car 40-lap feature race and Holmdel's Andrew Krause won his...

Assemblymen call on Gov. to allow athletes to return to ice rinks

Now that New Jersey officials have authorized gyms, indoor dining and entertainment venues to resume operations with proper safety precautions during the ongoing coronavirus...

Titles to be settled during next two Saturday nights at Wall Stadium

WALL TOWNSHIP - Tight championship battles in all six of Wall Stadium Speedway's race car divisions will be decided as the shore area speedway...

Rutt wins Wall Stadium Sportsman Race

WALL TOWNSHIP - Third generation stock car driver Neil Rutt III of Edison raced through the pack to win the 25-lap Sportsman stock car...

NJSIAA moves forward with plan for high school sports

The New Jersey State Interscholastic Athletic Association’s Sports Advisory Task Force has released its Return to Sports Plan which provides detailed schedules for fall...

Blewett rolls to Wall Stadium 70th anniversary Modified win

WALL TOWNSHIP - In front of a grandstand gathering that included Wall Township Mayor Carl Braun and township committeemen Tom Kingman, Tim Farrell and...
STEVEN BASSIN/STAFF

Strong Last Dance World Series run for St. Joseph Metuchen ends in Regional Final...

The past three weeks have been a rollercoaster of emotions for the baseball program at St. Joseph High School in Metuchen. St. Joseph was in...
STEVEN BASSIN/STAFF

Potok’s complete game gem sends Jackson Memorial to regional final

Matt Potok has put on a show from the pitcher's mound during the "Last Dance World Series" for the team representing Jackson Memorial High...

Hopkinson wins Wall Stadium Modified opener

WALL TOWNSHIP - Derek Hopkinson of Toms River raced from 10th on the starting grid to grab the lead with three laps remaining to...
STEVEN BASSIN/STAFF

Saint Joseph Metuchen honors fallen teammate by advancing in Last Dance World Series

The motto “Do it for Danny” ran through the minds of the players on the Saint Joseph High School baseball team anytime they took...
STEVEN BASSIN/STAFF

Combined no-hitter sends St. Joseph Metuchen past Edison in pool play championship game

EDISON - Great pitching has been the name of the game for the Saint Joseph High School baseball team during pool play in the...

NJSIAA: Start of high school fall sports season pushed back

In a press release dated July 10, the New Jersey State Interscholastic Athletic Association (NJSIAA) said the official start of the fall sports season...

Middlesex County well represented in Last Dance World Series

America’s Pastime will be back in action on the diamond this summer with the Last Dance World Series, and high school baseball programs throughout...
SCOTT FRIEDMAN

NJSIAA targeting opening of summer sports workouts for July 13

In a memo issued on June 12 to its member schools, the New Jersey State Interscholastic Athletic Association (NJSIAA) said it is aiming to...

High school athletic association adds COVID-19 sports task force

The New Jersey State Interscholastic Athletic Association (NJSIAA) has established the COVID-19 Sports Advisory Task Force, a group of athletic directors from across the...
PHOTO COURTESY OF LUIS AZEVEDO

Professional basketball player gets help from local trainer to get career back on track

Marcus Patterson was back to living his dream. The Bronx, New York, native took a chance and used $3,000 of his own money to travel...
Scott Jacobs

Middlesex County teams address spring sports season being canceled

It was the news that most high school spring sports coaches and athletes across the Greater Middlesex Conference expected but didn’t want to hear:...

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