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Boys' Track. Nick Vail-Stein: Al Saner Coaches Award June 22, -- Regular Business Meeting. Ayes: Schedule change. 0 Whereas, the Board of Education has reviewed the results of the Superintendent's efforts. 1 Cobb County Youth Track Lg - Office CopyHy-Tek's MEET MANAGER PM 6/29/ Page 1 9th Annual Titans Invitational - 6/27/ Results Girls 8 Star Track TC 1 10 Cedor, Jaeden 7 Unattached 1 11 Saner, .. 4 10 Al-Ghani, Elijah 14 JackRabbit Track 3 11 Barrera. Licensed to Track Timing and Data Management - Contractor License HY-TEK's Results - Westminster Academy Warrior Invitational 9 American Her q 1 2 Hill, Dominic 10 Chaminade-Ma q 3 3 El-Zein, Raymond 7 Palmer Trini 1 40 Saner, Trenton 9 Key West HS 2.
Both teams are in action tomorrow night against Barnegat. They take on St. Both girls and boys take on St. Rose Wednesday night looking to pick up their second wins. They take to the lanes today vs Ocean Township at 3: Hope all had a wonderful holiday and a happy new year! Winter sports are in full action! Both girls and boys basketball teams are Teams take on Manchester tonight, girls away boys home 6: Wrestling scored a double win on Saturday besting Manasquan and Shore squads to improve to Squad takes on David Brearley tomorrow night home at 6: Ice Hockey broke into the top ten in the Shore Conference with strong play and are on the season.
Girls and boys swim teams are back in action tomorrow night home against Donovan Catholic, 8 pm Camp Zehender. Both bowling teams take to the lanes today vs Wall at Shore Lanes 3: Stay tuned for our upcoming events.
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Since our last email, the boys Ice Hockey and Bowling teams have both picked up their first wins. The Ice Hockey team had big wins against St. Rose and a shut out of Manasquan last night. They are now and showing much improvement in every game.
Bowling teams are progressing also, Boys are now and the Girls Strikes and spares are starting to show up more often. Basketball opens tomorrow with both teams playing Central, boys are home and girls are away, Varsity begins at 6: Boys and girls swim team is in action tonight taking on Manchester 8 pm at Camp Zehnder.
If your not at the Star Wars movie, consider coming out and supporting our Panthers. Also, if you have time earlier in the day, please consider stopping by the fundraiser for Bill Williams flyer attached. Bill spent many hours coaching many of our kids in soccer through the rec programs for many years. A perfect way to give back during the Holiday season. Congrats to all our graduating athletes! Good luck to all. The Boys 4xM relay team crushed the old school record with a time of 8: Our 5th seeded Panthers accomplished much more than they expected this season.
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Way to go Panthers! Can't believe how much hot chocolate we sold on May 30th! Mother Nature at her best! Hockey team is hosting a car wash on Saturday, the 10th.
See attached flyer for details. Come out and support the team! Our 5th seeded baseball team upset the 1 seed West Deptford yesterday in a hard fought back and forth game of the semi State sectional finals. Boys travel to take on 2 seed Haddonfield on Friday.
All of these athletes punched their ticket to the State Group Championship this weekend. Good luck to all our Panthers! Don't feel like cooking dinner or have no idea what to have? See flyer attached must present. Family ID is open for registration. Don't forget to order your Senior Graduation sign from the Student Council. Mother Nature certainly has played havoc with our Spring athletic events.
Please check the school's website for information on rescheduled events. In the Ewing goal, the team all took turns scoring. Each had an RBI. The schools used to share a healthy football rivalry, but haven't played each other since Brick defeated Lakewood 65—6 in The schools are not scheduled to play each other in the regular season.
Wolf has also been involved in local and state government, serving as the Mayor of Brick Township from to ; a member of the Ocean County Board of Chosen Freeholders from to ; a member of the New Jersey General Assembly from to ; and a Brick Township Council member from to The new turf field at Long Branch has been named after Ippolito. Rizzo finished with a career record of and his teams captured four state titles, including the Central Jersey Group IV title inwhich was the second year of the current state playoff system.
Wright coached Lakewood from and fromfinishing his career with a record of in 20 seasons. His teams won three Shore Conference titles in the era before divisions were created, as the Piners took home the first conference title ever awarded in as well as championships in and Wright was a renowned three-sport coach who also was highly successful in basketball and baseball in addition to football.
Truex compiled a career record of between stints at Atlantic Highlands from and at Middletown from The bulk of his success came at Middletown, where his teams won a combined 11 titles in his 21 seasons.
Known as Leonardo High School back then, what is now Middletown North won Shore Conference championships in,and and Class A titles in and after separate divisions were created. Signorino coached at Toms River from and then came back for a second term fromfinishing with a combined record ofincluding a record of in his first stint.
Also during that time, Brick won four straight Shore Conference Class A South titles from as well as division championships in, and John Amabile The legendary John Amabile has been a head coach for 48 years, spanning from the s in Jersey City to a one-year stint at Allentown inand he is most remembered for his highly-successful runs at Wall and Neptune. He began his coaching career in Jersey City in and came to the Shore Conference as the head coach at Middletown High School in His teams went during his time at Middletown before he became the head coach at Wall from and had an exceptional run.
During that time, the Crimson Knights had a game winning streak, which is the third-longest in Shore Conference history. Amabile went to Neptune frompiling up a record of during his time there and winning five division titles and three state titles. Amabile then took his coaching acumen, trademark straw hat and fiery demeanor to St.
John Vianney, coaching the Lancers fromfinishing with a record and leading them to the state playoffs in He then spent coaching at Allentown, where the Redbirds went and tied the school single-season record for wins before he decided to step down after the season. Graham has been covering Shore Conference high school football since after beginning his career on the radio at WJLK.
A lifelong Philadelphia Phillies fan, Graham used to take his vacation down in Philadelphia and one day inquired if he could cover the team for the Asbury Park Press while he was down there. They obliged and the rest is history. Graham has since covered countless football games and nearly every All-Shore Classic, writing stories about the kids of today years after he wrote stories about their fathers.
In a head coaching career that spanned fromKubu finished with a career record of between his stints at Middletown North and Manasquan. Kubu burnished his legend at his alma mater, leading Manasquan to a staggering run of success.
In addition to 10 NJSIAA sectional titles out of 13 appearances in the finals, the Warriors also won or shared 14 division titles in his 22 seasons.
They made the state playoffs in 14 straight seasons from From throughManasquan either won a division or state title, or both, every single year. The Warriors went straight games without being shut out from and had a game winning streak fromtied for the second-longest in Shore Conference history. They also had a separate game winning streak from Kubu died from pancreatic cancer in August ofleaving behind an incredible legacy. In his final season inthe Warriors wentbeating every team on their schedule by at least 28 points and finishing No.
Many of his former players, including Wall head coach Chris Barnes, former Raritan coach Bob Generelli, and former Manasquan coach Pete Cahill, have gone on to become state championship-winning coaches in their own right.
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The Colonials had undefeated seasons in andand Schank had the best record of any coach in the Shore Conference from Schank is also a member of the Lakewood High School Athletic Hall of Fame, as he starred in football, basketball and baseball for the Piners, graduating in He then played quarterback at Rutgers University while also playing basketball for the Scarlet Knights before graduating in Schank also was the boys basketball coach for the Piners before he joined the U.
He then became the football and baseball coach at Freehold, and later served as the athletic director for the Freehold Regional School District after his coaching career. He went in two seasons at Keyport from before he began to make his mark on the Shore Conference while coaching at Asbury Park from However, he is most remembered for his tenure at Ocean Township from In 11 seasons with the Spartans, his teams went with 11 straight winning seasons, eight state playoff appearances, five state sectional final appearances, five division titles, and one state sectional championship.
They finished undefeated and ranked No. During his career, he was selected as the Shore Conference Coach of the Year inand and also earned state Coach of the Year honors from the Newark Star-Ledger in Conti played football at St. He was an assistant coach for six seasons before getting the head job at Keyport. He retired in after 37 years in education, most recently serving as a vice principal at Ocean.
Conti enjoys spending time with his son and daughter and two grandchildren while continuing to watch Big Red football. He began his coaching career as an assistant at West Side in before serving as an assistant at Weequahic from His first head coaching job was at Carteret Prep School in West Orange, where his team went in His teams went and won two state sectional titles.
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Vircillo is currently third all-time in Shore Conference history and in the top 25 in New Jersey history with victories, boasting a career record ofincluding since he started the Lacey program in He is one of three active Shore Conference coaches with more than career wins and is 16 victories away from passing late Manasquan and Middletown North legend Vic Kubu for the second-most wins in Shore history behind Brick luminary Warren Wolf.
Lacey went in to win its second straight state championship, and it finished in and Vircillo also has led the Lions to 12 Shore Conference division titles, including six straight Class B South crowns from He ranks fourth in Shore Conference history among coaches in total titles between division and state championships. His teams have made 20 state playoff appearances, including 17 during his tenure at Lacey.
Vircillo played at Tarkio College in Missouri, graduating in and then working as an assistant in the football program until He began his high school coaching career as an assistant at Red Bank Catholic from He led Red Bank to a pair of division titles and three state playoff appearances before becoming the inaugural head coach at Lacey in Vircillo lives in Lacey with his wife, Lorraine, and has four children, all of whom are Lacey graduates.
He is one of three active Shore Conference coaches with more than career victories and one of only six in conference history.
Since taking over at Keyport inCiccotelli has compiled a career record ofleading Keyport to Central Jersey Group I championships in,and He also has led the Red Raiders to 12 Shore Conference division titles, including three straight from His teams have made 15 state playoff appearances and he has a career playoff record of With teams known for their punishing Delaware Wing-T running attack and physical defense, Ciccotelli led the Red Raiders to a school single-season record 11 wins inandincluding an season in Ciccotelli has also twice served as the Monmouth County head coach in the Gridiron Classic, winning both times.
Johnson High School, graduating in and moving on to be a four-year starter and earning all-conference honors at defensive back at Trenton State College, which is now The College of New Jersey. He took a teaching job at Keyport right out of college and has remained there ever since, retiring from teaching in but staying on as the head football coach. Ciccotelli is also part of a successful family of high school football coaches. His brother Steve was also the head coach at Scotch Plains-Fanwood in North Jersey for 20 seasons and led the Raiders to a state final in Ciccotelli has lived in Clark in Union County with his wife, Valerie, for the past 54 years and has three daughters and two grandchildren.
Those radio broadcasts have become part of the fabric of football season for Shore Conference gridiron fans, players and coaches for three decades.
He has been honored by numerous organizations for his charitable efforts and professional accomplishments, including the Ocean County Girl Scouts, Lions Club International and the Caregiver Volunteers of Central Jersey. The best coach in Southern Regional history, Donohue Sr. He has a career record of in 39 years at four different programs and is the first coach in state history to lead four different teams to NJSIAA sectional finals.
During his stint at Southern from to the present, he has a career record of and led the Rams to their only NJSIAA sectional final appearance in and Inhe led Southern to its first division title since and just the second in program history. Under Donohue, the Rams have made seven of their nine state playoff appearances in school history.
Inhe led Southern to a school-record 10 wins with a team led by current Penn State linebacker Glenn Carson. The Rams are coming off a season in in which they reached the inaugural South Jersey Group V championship game before falling to undefeated Williamstown. Donohue began his head coaching career at St. They made four total playoff appearances under Donohue and also won two Cape-Atlantic League division titles.
He then became the head coach at Buena fromwhere his teams wentfinishing and winning the South Jersey Group II title in