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We’re another week deeper into the wrestling season and the group and conference rankings are still seeing the same change they saw from the start. Our team tournament preview package took the place of the regional notebooks this week, so below the group and conference rankings, you can find our North, Central and South Top 20s.
There have been a number of sad reports coming out of the world of professional wrestling in recent weeks, with former stars passing away, both during their career and following it.
Greg Schiano secures Rutgers’ next quarterback of the future: A.J. Surace, son of an Ivy League coach
Greg Schiano has found his next quarterback of the future, and he’s the son of an Ivy League head coach. A 6-2, 205-pound junior with an accurate arm, timing, leadership qualities and a thickly built lower half, Notre Dame high school junior A.J. Surace checks most of the proverbial boxes required to play quarterback. And he will keep his talents home, in New Jersey, the state he knows best. Surace announced his commitment on Twitter on Sunday afternoon.
Check out the top performers from Jan. 30-Feb. 3. Each table below lists the top 100 for high game, high series, and average set from this past week and top 50 for series average so far this season as well. NOTE: Performance lists are based on statistics reported by coaches...
Don Bosco Prep is peaking at the right time. The Ironmen traveled to Metuchen for a quad on Saturday, where they beat St. Joseph (Met.), No. 9 in the NJ.com Top 20, in a 37-24 final, No. 10 Seton Hall Prep in a 40-14 runaway and DePaul 62-12.
Despite being without Jayden Holmes-Cotter due to sickness, Malachi Harris stepped up for Freehold Township with a career-high 30 points and 9 rebounds to defeat Long Branch 65-41 in Freehold. Freehold Township (16-3) sported a 43-34 advantage at the end of the third quarter before pulling away in the fourth...
Jeremiah Bright scored 22 points, including three 3-pointers, while Cairo Rivera added 13 points as Camden Eastside won, 63-60, over Egg Harbor in the Battle By The Bay showcase in Atlantic City. Camden Eastside (12-3) led 30-28 at the half and took a four-point lead into the fourth quarter. Jay-Nelly...
With less than a week until the state tournament cutoff date of Saturday, Feb. 11, here’s how the power points standings look after games played on Sunday, Feb. 5:. 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.
We’re getting down to crunch time. The cutoff date for state tournament qualifying in set for Saturday. In addition, conference and county tournaments are heating up. Every game will take on increased importance this week as teams prepare for the season’s final stretch run.
It is one thing playing a roster full of four-and-five star talents when your team is intact and playing at pretty much peak level. It is another thing completely when your regular starting lineup is reduced by 40 percent and that visiting group of multi-star prospects decides to play as if the intent is to pass along those stars to a more deserving teammate.
Listed by conference, check out the remaining unbeaten teams statewide based on matches reported to NJSchoolsports.com though Sunday, Feb. 5. If your record is wrong, please make match adjustments. In total there are 14 teams without a loss so far. Ties do not count as losses, of course.
What a week it was for the Ewing girls basketball team, and the season is only getting started. Postseason play opens up this week around the Times area, with the 2023 Mercer County Tournament set to begin Saturday, and the Burlington County Tournament–plus the Hunterdon/Warren/Sussex Tournament–all in high gear.
Neeko Rolle drove in for a layup with eight seconds left to help lift Pleasantville to a 54-53 win over Atlantic City at the Battle of the Bay in Atlantic City. Rolle finished with six points while Marki Barnes had 20 points for Pleasantville (12-12), which stopped a two-game losing streak, and trailed by six points with about four minutes left in the game. Pleasantville eventually closed proceedings with an 11-4 run.
Defense has been its calling card all season. Allowing just 36 points per game, it’s the defensive intensity that has fueled the offense and allowed Haddonfield to enjoy significant success this winter.
Jen Denby thought she had left coaching behind but, like the famous line uttered by Al Pacino’s character in The Godfather: Part III, “Just when I thought I was out, they pull me back in.”. Denby’s 15-year stint as the girls basketball coach at Penns Grove ended in...
JaBron Solomon was unstoppable on Friday night. From the opening minutes, Solomon had it working for Woodbury and ended up setting a new school-record with 50 points during a 73-50 win over Audubon. Woodbury (16-4) jumped out to an early lead and extended in the second quarter. It outscored Audubon...
Zach Reilley, at 138 pounds, and 144-pounder Braden Kmak closed out the match with pins as Raritan beat Middletown South 46-30 at home in Hazlet. Robert Mulligan (175) and Kieran Falzon (215) scored early pins to keep Raritan within range. David Hussey (165) had a 24-second pin for South. Landon...