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The Rise of Kareem Hunt

The Rise of Kareem Hunt

Brian Stuart, Writer
October 2 • 48 views
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In the first two weeks of the NFL season, the rookie running back for the Kansas City Chiefs, Kareem Hunt, already has the most total yards of any running back in the league. Hunt established himself as a superstar after his week one performance against the defending Super Bowl Champion, the New England ... Read more »

The Jets Bounce Back in Week 3

The Jets Bounce Back in Week 3

Evan Perrette, Writer
September 29 • 39 views
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Beginning in the preseason, the Jets have not yet shown fans that they can compete. They started winless in the preseason and continued their struggles, jumping into Week 1 of the NFL season. After the rough loss to the Buffalo Bills in Week 1, it seemed as if they would have a repeat of last season, wh... Read more »

2017 MLB Playoff Preview

2017 MLB Playoff Preview

Paul Coburn, Sports Editor, Writer
September 29 • 55 views
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As the 2017 MLB regular season is winding down, 10 teams look to continue their play in the postseason. Hypothetically, if the season ended today, the teams that would be in the playoffs are the Boston Red Sox, Houston Astros, Minnesota Twins, New York Yankees, and Cleveland Indians representing the Americ... Read more »

Yankees, Twins, and Angels Catch Fire Going into October

Yankees, Twins, and Angels Catch Fire Going into October

Evan Perrette, Writer
September 20 • 76 views
Filed under Sports

The wild card race in the American League is heating up. The Wildcard in baseball is a fight for the last playoff spot. This race is between all the teams who didn’t win their division, but still have good enough records to make the postseason. With the Astros, Indians and Red Sox all clinching their... Read more »

The Continuing Saga of Colin Kaepernick

The Continuing Saga of Colin Kaepernick

Paul Coburn, Sports Editor, Writer
September 17 • 51 views
Filed under Sports, Trending Now

Although Colin Kaepernick sat down for the National Anthem to create awareness for justice in today’s society over a year ago, he is still making headlines. Though, this time, he has other athletes publicly supporting him and what he stands for. Notable names that are in favor of Kaepernick’s... Read more »

Why Play Sports in High School?

Why Play Sports in High School?

Alexis Santoro, Writer
April 11 • 204 views
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There are 7.8 million students in America who participate in sports at the high school level, according to a survey from the National Federation of State High School Associations. There are over 20 sports offered by most schools throughout the year for both boys and girls, traditionally at the fresh... Read more »

Road to SCT Finals

Road to SCT Finals

Abby Anderko, Editor-In-Chief
February 24 • 298 views
Filed under School News, Sports, Trending Now

On Monday night, at the Pine Belt arena in Toms River, the Shore Conference tournament held its semi-final match-ups between four Shore powerhouses; each who faced one another during the regular season. Each team went into the match-up with the desire to make it to the finals. Each of these rematches... Read more »

The World of Sports Technology

The World of Sports Technology

Alexis Santoro, Writer
January 20 • 295 views
Filed under Sports

The sports technology market is rapidly growing and advancing with its innovation, providing new ways for coaches, trainers, and leagues to operate in the digital age. According to a research memo released by Catalyst Investors, “Over $3 billion has been invested globally in Sports Tech since 2010,... Read more »

Who Will Take Home the Heisman Trophy?

Who Will Take Home the Heisman Trophy?

Paul Coburn, Writer
December 8 • 344 views
Filed under Sports

Every college football season has various awards, and perhaps the most coveted award is the Heisman Trophy. The Heisman Trophy is awarded to the best overall player throughout the season and has helped their team the most. Each year, there are multiple candidates who people vote on to win the award.... Read more »

Is There Still Unfinished Business?

Is There Still Unfinished Business?

Abby Anderko, Editor-in-Chief
December 5 • 312 views
Filed under School News, Sports

The week of Nov. 21 began one of the most anticipated times of the school year: the opening of the girl’s basketball season. In the three day span before the Thanksgiving holiday, teams began their preparation for what they hope to be the beginning of a long, winning season, hopefully ending with the... Read more »

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