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Asbury Park Press

NJ football rankings: Statewide Top 25 after Week 3

25. Ridge (2-0) Last game: The Red Devils excelled on both sides of the ball as Mike Olivo and Lucas Hudkins handled most of the offense and the defense pitched a shutout in a 24-0 win over Bridgewater-Raritan. Next game: Friday vs. Hunterdon Central (0-3) 24. Clifton (3-0) Last game:...
WEST ORANGE, NJ
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New Haven Register

Minigolf tourney at the Stamford Senior Center raises $9k for local programs

STAMFORD — The Stamford Senior Center’s third annual miniature golf tourney raised nearly $9,000 for programs designed to help local seniors remain active and connected to the community. In all, nearly 80 golfers challenged themselves and coworkers on the nine-hole mini-golf course, set up in the Senior Center’s covered patio...
STAMFORD, CT
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Group 2 h.s. football rankings through Week 3

2-Ramsey (3-0) 3-Delaware Valley (3-0) 5-Point Pleasant Boro (3-0) The N.J. High School Sports newsletter now appearing in mailboxes 5 days a week. Sign up now and be among the first to get all the boys and girls sports you care about, straight to your inbox each weekday. To add your name, click here.
HILLSIDE, NJ
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NJIC football rankings through Week 3

Below is a look at the top teams in the North Jersey Interscholastic Conference. You can find last week’s poll right here. Hasbrouck Heights (2-0) Rutherford (1-1) Hawthorne (1-1) Becton (2-1) Park Ridge (2-0) Pompton Lakes (2-0) Waldwick (2-0) Lyndhurst (2-0) Glen Rock (1-1) Wood-Ridge (2-1) The N.J. High School...
HASBROUCK HEIGHTS, NJ
theexaminernews.com

Blowouts Galore in Week 2: Carmel, Mahopac, Somers, Yorktown Cash In

Week 2 on the Northern Westchester/Putnam side of Section 1 football witnessed a ton of gridiron blowouts, including Class A’s Somers over Brewster, 30-6; Mahopac 35-6 over Lourdes; Yorktown’s 41-0 win over Panas and Lakeland’s 41-0 setback to John Jay CR. Class AA’s Carmel whipped Spring Valley, 49-0. In Class B, Hen Hud took it to Putnam Valley, 34-14, so no matter where you went up north, you were likely to find a one-sided affair last Friday.
SOMERS, NY
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Newsday

High School Spotlight: LI's first TD by a female player and this week's top plays

Newsday's Gregg Sarra looks at Lindenhurst's comeback win over Half Hollow Hills East in football, Mepham receiver Sofia LaSpina becoming the first female player on Long Island to score a touchdown, the 400th career win for Brentwood boys soccer coach Ron Edn and the top plays of the week across LI in the latest episode of the High School Sports Spotlight. Credit: Newsday / Staff.
LINDENHURST, NY
247Sports

Aggie Men's Hoops to play in holiday classic

The Aggie Men's basketball team will get some tv coverage this holiday. The Aggies will travel to New Jersey to take on the Howard Bison in the Invesco QQQ Legacy Classic. This will be the Aggies first meeting with the Bison as a member of the Big South Conference. Turner...
NEWARK, NJ

Brooklyn Nets 2021-22 NBA Season Preview: Kevin Durant | Kyrie Irving | James Harden

The Brooklyn Nets may have the most talented big 3 in NBA History. Kevin Durant, Kyrie Irving and James Harden are also surrounded by a good supporting cast. GM Sean Marks has done an excellent job filling in this roster. But with that, comes a huge price tag. The Nets are currently projected to spend $300 million next season in payroll and luxury taxes, which is the second-biggest total in NBA history.
BROOKLYN, NY
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sgbonline.com

X-Golf America Boasts 75th Store Signing

X-Golf America has signed its 75th franchise agreement in the Williamsburg neighborhood of Brooklyn, NY, surpassing the entertainment golf simulator’s goal of hitting 50 locations by the end of 2021. “The interest and new venue signings this year has continued to align with our accelerated growth plan as a brand,”...
BROOKLYN, NY
theobserver.com

Kearny tries to muddle through tough grid start

It’s a new high school football season, but it’s the same old story for the Kearny Kardinals. The Kards have started off this season with losses to North Bergen and Bayonne by a combined score of 93-12. Needless to say, it’s not a pretty scene, but head coach Stephen Andrews...
KEARNY, NJ
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Joe Smith Tests Positive For COVID, Oct. 30 Title Defense Versus Umar Salamov Postponed

Joe Smith Jr. will have to wait a little longer for his first title defense. The reigning WBO light heavyweight titlist will be sidelined for an undetermined amount of time after recently testing positive for COVID. The development puts on hold a planned showdown with mandatory challenger Umar Salamov, which was being eyed for October 30 on an ESPN platform from Madison Square Garden’s Hulu Theater in New York City.
NEW YORK CITY, NY

Soares DaSilva paces Newark East Side past Glen Ridge - Boys soccer recap

Raone Soares Da Silva scored twice and assisted on another as Newark East Side beat Glen Ridge 3-0 in boys soccer action in Newark. Rui Rosete recorded eight saves in the win. East Side led 1-0 at the half before breaking things open in the second half. East Side outshot Glen Ridge 12-8. Both teams entered with 0-4 records.
NEWARK, NJ
legalsportsreport.com

How Holding 44 Percent Is Not Enough: Retail NY Sportsbooks Lag

New York‘s gaming regulator finally is giving a clear look at how little business the four commercial NY sportsbooks do. The four sportsbooks did just $4.2 million in handle for the week ended Sept. 12, the first week of NFL regular-season games. Handle was small but an extra-chunky 44.3% hold translated to $1.9 million in sports betting revenue.
NEW YORK CITY, NY