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While the NJ cross-country season might be over, many of the state’s best teams and runners competed today in regional meets in hopes of qualifying for national meets. The two major regional meets were the Nike Northeast Regionals at Bowdoin Park in Wappinger Falls, NY and the Champs Northeast Regionals at Van Cortlandt Park in the Bronx.
Seton Hall landed its first commit in the Class of 2023 when South Kent (Conn.) combo guard Isaiah Watts committed on Saturday. The 6-foot-3 Seattle native also held offers from Charlotte, Fordham and George Washington.
Down 10-0 late in the second quarter, DePaul No. 17 in the NJ.com Top 20, didn’t have flashbacks of last year’s NJSIAA/Rothman Orthopaedics Non-Public B title loss to No. 4 Red Bank Catholic. This was a new Spartans team, and they proved it with three quarters of dominant...
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It was a night for the Campaniles. Just hours after Nick Campanile and DePaul, No. 17 in the NJ.com Top 20, won the NJSIAA/Rothman Orthopaedics Non-Public B championship, Vito Campanile and No. 2 Bergen Catholic thumped No. 1 Don Bosco Prep 45-0 in the Non-Public A championship for the second-consecutive year at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford.
Stay here for full coverage of the NJSIAA/Rothman Orthopaedics Non-Public B title game. We will have all the coverage of the 19-17 comeback victory for DePaul, No. 17 in the NJ.com Top 20, over No. 4 Red Bank Catholic at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford. Below is our collection of...
Manasquan played stout defense all game long as it finished the day with five turnovers to hand Wall a 28-14 loss and capture its first win over the Crimson Knights since 2017. “We’ve struggled with injuries and people missing games for whatever reason for a while,” Manasquan head coach Jay...
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Dumont has now concluded its season the same way for the last eight years – with a win over Tenafly on Thanksgiving Day. This one came in 17-0 fashion and serves as a microcosm of the 2022 campaign for the Huskies. It’s a program-defining season for head coach Mike Farrington and company, who won a playoff game for the first time in 22 years a few weeks ago.
Caleb McConnell came back just in time. The senior guard and reigning Big Ten Defensive Player of the Year knows the upcoming five-game gauntlet against high-major opponents will go a long way toward helping to determine Rutgers’ NCAA Tournament fate.
Where Rutgers’ Gavin Wimsatt needs to improve after his 1st season as starter ends with loss to Maryland
COLLEGE PARK, Md. — Through the first four Big Ten starts of his college career, Gavin Wimsatt had garnered believers in the Rutgers locker room. Scarlet Knights senior wide receiver Shameen Jones gushed about the redshirt freshman quarterback on Tuesday, saying he is a “rare talent” that has “a lot of potential,” that his “arm strength is beautiful” and that he is a “constant learner.”
It felt like everything that could go wrong for Don Bosco Prep against Bergen Catholic went wrong. Don Bosco Prep played its worst game of the season -- and it couldn’t have happened at a more inopportune time. Bad snaps leading to bad field position, a critical turnover to...
The transition from one coach to another can be tricky if not handled correctly. For Chad King and Long Branch, it was flawless. On Thanksgiving Day, the season culminated for the Green Wave with a 35-28 victory over rival Red Bank Regional in Little Silver. This was the 99th all-time meeting between the two sides and the Green Wave lead the series 64-32-3.
Jack Hughes fell into his Devils teammates and watched the hats trickle onto the ice around him. After scoring two highlight-reel goals and sneaking a wrist shot past Capitals goalie Charlie Lindgren in the 5-1 win on Saturday, Hughes finally etched his first career hat trick in his 187th career game. He was ecstatic in the postgame dressing room, but couldn’t shake one intrusive thought:
Phillipsburg High School’s football team turned fourth downs into touchdowns on Thanksgiving and left Lafayette College’s Fisher Stadium with a win for the first time since 2014. The Stateliners defeated rival Easton 35-14 on Thursday afternoon to snap a six-game losing streak to the Red Rovers, the longest...
Devils rout Capitals 5-1, clinching Lindy Ruff’s 800th career win | 3 takeaways including Jack Hughes’ hat trick, Vitek Vanecek, more
Jack Hughes waited for the perfect moment. His Devils leading by one goal with 14 minutes remaining in the second period, Hughes snuck between Capitals defensemen John Carlson and Erik Gustafsson, then ricocheted a shot off the back of Charlie Lindgren’s pads for a score.
If anyone could brag about having the best defense in the city, it would be the Camden High football team. The Panthers, ranked No. 10 in the state in the latest NJ.com Top 20, enter Thursday’s Thanksgiving rivalry game against Eastside (formerly Woodrow Wilson) with four shutouts to its name. Camden also had four other contests where it allowed the opposition to score just once.
Takeaways as Devils beat Sabres 3-1 for 17th victory in 2022-23 | Strong start, advanced stat domination, more
Following their dramatic loss to the Maple Leafs on Wednesday, the Devils rolled into Buffalo focused on one thing: a strong response. They already showed resilience when they bounced back from a 6-3 loss to the Capitals on Oct. 24 with a 13-game winning streak – and they’re off to a good start with their 3-1 win over the Sabres.
College Park, Md. — Rutgers coach Greg Schiano promised at the midway point that changing his offensive coordinator would create the type of complementary football necessary to win games in the Big Ten. Schiano hit the reset button on his hand-picked offensive coordinator in October, hoping his team’s struggling offense would find an identity that it lacked under then-coordinator Sean Gleeson.
Devils prospect Akira Schmid is proving himself as a full-time NHL talent this season. Could his hot play spark a goalie controversy for coach Lindy Ruff when Mackenzie Blackwood returns from his MCL injury? In a pre-game press conference on Saturday, Ruff said he’ll “continue to evaluate” this.