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Toms River East Struggling to Find Consistency By Eric Braun
games, the Raiders came out flat in both contests against Southern and 0HPRULDO $VNHG DIWHU WKH ORVV WR Memorial about his thoughts on the contest, Nichol added, â€œa little disap pointing, today was a tough one, we were pretty evenly matched in the first half and they had more energy in the second half, we had time to respond, but we just couldnâ€™t finish today.â€?
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RUMSON VS SJV By Jim Hintelmann RUMSON â€“ Rumson Fair Haven Regional suffered some key losses in its offense to graduation, but the Bulldogs kept most of WKHLUGHIHQVHDQGWKDWKHOSHGLQD$ Central football win over St. John Vianney Friday night. â€œOur defense was great,â€? said new coach Bryan Batchler. â€œSt. John has one of the best quarterbacks at the Shore (Billy DeMeo) and our defense did RFH V SJV an excellent job in a tough spot.â€? DeMeo Photo By: Francine Attardi GLG FRPSOHWH RI SDVVHV IRU \DUGVEXWZLWKWKHH[FHSWLRQRID\DUG touchdown pass to Julanee Prince in the four plays with quarterback Brian Dunphy second quarter, Rumsonâ€™s defenders kept WKURZLQJ D \DUG WRXFKGRZQ SDVV WR him under control the rest of the way with Sam Shaud. eight sacks. The ball was tipped by a defender, but RFHâ€™s defense completely shut down the Shaud caught it. Rumson almost scored Lancersâ€™ running game, holding it to mi again when it marched to the SJV 6, but nus 6 yards rushing. â€œOur defensive coor lost the ball on a fumble. SJV followed with dinator, Jerry Schulte, did a great job with its best drive of the game with DeMeoâ€™s the game plan and mixing things,â€? said SDVVLQJOHDGLQJWKHPWRWKH5XPVRQ Batchler. â€œOur offensive line also did a 'H0HRFDSSHGWKLVGULYHZLWKD\DUG scoring pass to Price. â€œWe had some great job and Iâ€™m proud of them.â€? problems with penalties and fumbles in Rumson overcame penalties and fumbles the first half,â€? said Batchler, â€œbut we set LQWKHILUVWKDOIWRWDNHDOHDGXVLQJ WOHGGRZQÂľ5XPVRQ ZDVWHGQRWLPH a solid running game that was led by ju scoring in the second half as it took the QLRU &KDUOLH 9RONHU ZKR UXVKHG IRU NLFNRIIDQGUROOHG\DUGVLQHLJKWSOD\V yards and a touchdown. Rumson stopped ZLWK'XQSK\ILQLVKLQJLWRIIZLWKD\DUG an SJV drive on its 22 in the first quarter keeper. Volker had the big play in the drive DQG WKHQ GURYH \DUGV LQ HLJKW SOD\V ZLWKD\DUGUXQÂ´,VWDUWHGVL[JDPHV for its first touchdown with Volker scor last year,â€? said Volker. â€œOur defense was LQJ RQ DQ \DUG UXQ RQ DQ HQG VZHHS UHDOJRRGDJDLQVW6KRUHDYLFWRU\ -DNH 'Âˇ$PHOLR NLFNHG WKH ILUVW RI WKUHH but our offensive line played well tonight.â€? extra points. The Rumson defense held Rumson makes a trip to Holmdel Friday IRU GRZQV DQG WRRN RYHU RQ WKH 6-9 while SJV has a rough opponent the same following a short punt and scored in just night against Red Bank Catholic.
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3DJHJersey Sporting NewsÂ‡ were starting two freshmen on WKH%XOOGRJVKRPHWXUI$OWKRXJK WKUHHRIWKRVHVHQLRUV3DW*RJ gins, Rocco Ferigno and John 0F$UHHZHUH$OO&ODVV$&HQWUDO selection last season, the Rockets were still considered heavy un GHUGRJVDJDLQVWWKHPXOWLWDOHQW ed Bulldogs. However, the night didnâ€™t turn out as expected for the Bulldog as they struggled in a disappoint ing and frustrating showing. The Rockets on the other hand, were busy turning in a high energy, confidence building performance as the two teams battled to a GRXEOHRYHUWLPHWLH
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BULLDOG AND ROCKET BOYS GO TWO OVERTIMES IN 1-1 TIE By Mike Ready 580621 Â˛ :LWK UHWXUQ ing seniors, nine of which are starters, the expectations for the Rumson Fair Haven boysâ€™ soc cer team has never been higher. $IWHUVWDUWLQJWKHVHDVRQLQ FOXGLQJDZLQRYHUSHUHQQLDO power Holmdel, most thought Thursday nightâ€™s game against the Raritan Rockets was a win for the Bulldogs before they even took the field. $IWHUDOOWKH5RFNHWV KDG lost eight seniors to graduation, with only four returning and
â€œIâ€™m proud of my guys,â€? Raritan head coach Ron Poll said. â€œThey came together in a very tough place to play. Rumsonâ€™s a very JRRG ZHOOFRDFKHG WHDP WKHLU guys have been playing together for a long time. We wouldâ€™ve liked to walk away with a win, but I feel like we took care of the things we needed to take care of to be able to compete in a game like this.â€? The Bulldogs dominated time of possession and outshot Raritan EXW FRXOGQÂˇW FDSLWDOL]H RQ their scoring opportunities. â€œItâ€™s frustrating to dominate, get a lot of chances and fail to put WKH EDOO LQ WKH QHWÂľ ILUVW\HDU %XOOGRJ KHDG FRDFK :LOO *RXOG said. â€œRegardless of who main tains possession and how many shots you get on net, it all boils down to who puts it in. We had our chances but couldnâ€™t finish.â€? â€œTheir guys were quicker up top than we expected, with some JRRGVSHHGLQWKHEDFNÂľ*RXOG added. â€œThey had a couple of through balls that they almost got GRZQDQGDFURVVWKH\ÂˇUHDGDQ JHURXVWHDPDQGDZHOOFRDFKHG team.â€?
Rumson took advantage of a Raritan miscue to get on the ERDUG ILUVW ZKHQ NHHSHU $OH[ Pruckowski picked up a team PDWHÂˇV SDVV UHVXOWLQJ LQ D SHQ alty. On the inbound play, senior captain Pete Martinâ€™s indirect kick IRXQG MXQLRU 0LNH 6OXW] ZKR drilled it into left corner of the net IRUDOHDGZLWKJRQHLQ the first half. Raritanâ€™s junior forward Ryan Casciani had the Rockets only shot on goal of the first half at ZKHQKHEOLVWHUHGDVKRW IURPDERXWWZHQW\\DUGVRXWWKDW keeper Chris Tierney made a nice jumping save on. Casiani is one of those speed guys up front *RXOG ZDV WDONLQJ DERXW DQG did an outstanding job pressur ing the Bulldog defense. Rumson had their best scoring chance of the first half with two minutes remaining when Pruck owski stopped Bulldog captain Eamon Kitson, a second team $OO6KRUHVHOHFWLRQDQG8QLYHUVLW\ of Vermont recruit, twice from in close with diving saves. The second half was more of the same, with most the action oc curring in the Rumson offensive ]RQH $WRIWKHVHFRQGKDOI.LW sonâ€™s perfect crossing pass found senior midfielder Ryan Strang, who banged a header off the pass that was plucked by Pruck owski in a desperation save. Senior midfielder and captain Pete Martin missed on a scoring chance in the 62 minute, when he drilled an open shot off the FURVV EDU IURP DERXW \DUGV out. Both Martin and Kitson fin ished with six shots on goal and nothing to show for it. â€œThe team works through Kitson DQG 0DUWLQÂľ *RXOG VDLG Â´7KH\ were frustrated tonight, itâ€™s hard
when youâ€™re double and triple teamed every time you touch the ball. They were kind of shut down tonight and when they struggle, we struggle as a team.â€? With their inability to convert scoring chances and put the game away, Rumson was allow ing the Rockets to hang around and stay in the game, presenting a situation that tends to come back and haunt you in the end. Thatâ€™s exactly what happened when with four minutes remain ing in the game, the Rockets got a ball through up front and sophomore forward Chris Me dina blasted a rebound shot past Tierney, who didnâ€™t have a FKDQFHIRUWKHVWRSDQGMXVWOLNH that the score was tied. The game remained tied at the end of regulation and the two teams battled for two scoreless overtimes, which mirrored the first two halves. â€œThis game was a good experi ence for the team,â€? Poll said. â€œWe wanted to come in and compete at their level and in tensity. Theyâ€™re a very fast and physical team, and we needed to match that intensity for us to KDYHDFKDQFH,IHHOZHGLGWKDW This type of game sets the tone for what we need to do the rest of the season and hopefully the playoffs.â€? â€œI told my guys we have a target RQRXUEDFNÂľ*RXOGVDLGÂ´(YHU\ WHDPZHSOD\ZLOOEULQJWKHLUÂ´$Âľ game against us. With the lead ership and caliber of players on this team, thereâ€™s no excuse for an off night. I told them to take the feeling you have right now and bring it with you into every game the rest of the season. Theyâ€™re really down now, but this is a good reality check for them. I expect them to bounce back strong.â€?
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Rebels Look to Rebound Off Last Season FOURTH QUARTER By Eric Braun and got a full season of learning under his belt. Early this season the 5HEHOV XQGHU 0F*O\QQ have reverted back to their spread offense and after game one against Toms River North, seem to be on the right track back to dominance at WKH6KRUH0F*O\QQILQ LVKHGWKHJDPHZLWK \DUGVDQGWRXFKGRZQV Last season, Reichen 0F*O\QQ KDV HDUO\ RQ becher thought he was found a favorite target going to have senior in senior wideout Joey John Quinlan under 6FKXOW]ZKREURXJKWLQ center, but a late sea UHFHSWLRQVIRU\DUGV son summer knee injury and four touchdowns started the season off against North. The Reb with an early loss. Ben els look to be back on efiting from the injury the right track offensively was now senior Connor and will rely on returning 0F*O\QQZKRMXPSHGLQ defensive starters includ +RZHOO1-/DVWVHDVRQ was not one to remember for first year head coach Derek Reichenbecher, who led the Rebels to a URXJK VHDVRQ 7KH bumps and bruises the Rebels took last season seem to have gelled this yearâ€™s unit over the sum mer as they have come out flying.
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BULLDOGS HOLD OFF CASEYS IN GIRLS SOCCER By Mike Ready put immense pressure on us, but we ZHUHDEOHWRKROGRQ,JLYHDORWRI credit to our defense for stopping their attack.â€?
â€œWeâ€™re very young,â€? Coleman add ed. â€œBut my junior class has a lot of game experience from playing at the varsity level as sophomores. I graduated nine seniors from last Senior midfielder and team leader, yearâ€™s roster, but I donâ€™t consider 6FKX\OHU 'H%UHH FDSLWDOL]HG RQ D WKLVDUHEXLOGLQJ\HDUZHÂˇUHH[FLWLQJ SHQDOW\NLFNLQWKHORZHUULJKWKDQG to watch.â€? FRUQHUDWRIWKHVHFRQGKDOIWR SXWWKH%XOOGRJVXS6RSKRPRUH The Bulldogs got on the board first at PLGILHOGHU$OOLH*HLJHUZDVNQRFNHG RIWKHILUVWKDOIRQVRSKRPRUH down hard in the box resulting in (PPD*LOOÂˇVILUVWJRDORIWKHVHDVRQ Some timely defense, excellent goal tending and some lucky bounces the penalty. DeBree, the lone senior *LOOEHDW&DVH\NHHSHUVRSKRPRUH helped preserve the win for the Bull RQWKHWHDPDQGDVHFRQGWHDP$OO Jacqueline Robinson, drawing her GRJVLPSURYLQJWKHLUUHFRUGWR Shore selection last season, is the to the left post then beating her to quarterback of the team with every WKH ULJKW IURP DERXW \DUGV RXW on the season. thing flowing through her. -XQLRUPLGILHOGHU0HDJDQ0F*XUOÂˇV \DUG LQGLUHFW NLFN IRXQG *LOO â€œThis was a gut check for our girls,â€? said Mary Beth Coleman, in her â€œSchuyler DeBree has been out across the field and she finished it eighth year as head coach at Rum standing from day one,â€? Coleman off. son Fair Haven. â€œWhen we were up VDLGÂ´6KHÂˇVDIRXU\HDUVWDUWHUIRUXV ZH NQHZ WKH\ÂˇG EH NQRFNLQJ and has made a huge impact on our :LWKWKHVFRUHDQGWLPHUXQQLQJ RQ RXU GRRU $IWHU WKH\ VFRUHG WKH\ SURJUDPVKHÂˇVRXUOHDGHUÂľ out on the Caseys, the Bulldogs had a defensive lapse allowing Mucar do to pick up a loose ball in front of the goal, make a couple of nice moves and beat freshman keeper, Samantha Beaudreault, to her left cutting the Casey deficit to one with UHPDLQLQJ 580621 Â˛ $ \RXQJ 5XPVRQ )DLU Haven girlsâ€™ soccer team learned a lesson in perseverance in Wednes GD\ÂˇVYLFWRU\RYHUDUFKULYDO5HG %DQN &DWKROLF ILJKWLQJ RII D relentless Casey onslaught after ju nior midfielder Jenna Mucardoâ€™s second goal of this young season, pulled the Caseys to within one goal ZLWKMXVWXQGHUPLQXWHVUHPDLQ ing in the game.
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Monmouth Regional Soccer By: Kevin Davis
Itâ€™s been a challenging start to WKHVHDVRQIRUWKH0RQ mouth Regional boysâ€™ varsity soccer team. With a rash of injuries hindering what was already an inexperienced roster, the Falcons dropped the first four games of their season, alternating between blowout losses and narrow defeats. Things were already expected to be tough for the Falcons in ZKR ORVW D GR]HQ VH QLRUV IURP ODVW \HDUÂˇV squad, but the losses of those experienced players have been complicated by the team falling victim to the in jury bug, which has sidelined another four starters for the youthful side. â€œItâ€™s been a rough go of it so far,â€? Monmouth coach Darren Spadavecchia said after the WHDPÂˇVORVVDW0DQDVTXDQ
RQ6HSWÂ´:HÂˇUHD\RXQJ team, but the kids are learn ing every day and trying their best.â€? Unfortunately, as the young Falcons continue to gain ex perience and wait for their side to return to health, WKH\ÂˇYHPHWXSZLWKVHYHUDO$ Central opponents who were able to take advantage of the thin squad. Monmouthâ€™s season began RQ6HSWZLWKDORVVWR a more experienced St. John Vianney team, whose senior duo of Dylan Olsen and Chris Loney compiled five goals be tween them. They were next nipped by Neptune on Sept. ORVLQJGHVSLWHJHWWLQJ VDYHV IURP MXQLRU JRDO keeper Matt Vincenti. Vincenti DGGHG VDYHV LQ WKH QH[W game, but needed a lot more
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By Michael Rogers The Middletown South boys soc cer team is coming off of a very successful season last year after the Eagles made it all the way to WKHVHPLILQDOVRIWKH1-6,$$&HQ WUDO-HUVH\*URXSSOD\RIIVEHIRUH losing in a heartbreaking game in double overtime by the score of 2 WR Middletown South also defeated 2FHDQ LQ WKH TXDUWHUILQDOV RI WKH 1-6,$$WRXUQDPHQWZKHQWKH\RXW VKRWWKH6SDUWDQVWRRQSHQ alty kicks to advance to the semi finals against Princeton. The Eagles FRPSLOHGDUHFRUGODVWVHD son.
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*RLQJLQWRWKLVVHDVRQKHDGFRDFK Pat Petretta knew that it would be very difficult to repeat the success of last season and, so far, Middle town South is off to a slow start this season. 7KH (DJOHV KDYH D UHFRUG VR far this season as they have lost three straight very close games with two of them being decided by one JRDO 7KH\ ORVW WR 0DQDODSDQ EHIRUHORVLQJDJDLQVW crosstown rival, Middletown North. Then the Eagles lost a tough game WR&ROWV1HFNE\WKHVFRUHRI They will look to get into the win col umn this week with games against 0DUOERUR DQG+RZHOO
This is Maguireâ€™s second year as a varsity starter. She also plays basketball and la crosse, but will give up basketball this win ter.
â€œRumson is a solid team and knows what to do,â€? said RBC coach Megan Pietrunti. â€œThey just set us back on our heels a few times.â€? RBC had been playing well also until Thurs dayâ€™s game and Pietrunti is expecting a good season. Â´:H KDYH VHQLRUV RQ WKH WHDPÂľ VKH said. â€œI expect a good year, but I didnâ€™t ex pect a score like this tonight.â€?
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Lady Blue Devils Off To Fast Start in Soccer By Michael Rogers The Shore Regional girls soccer team is off to a good start this season DQG KHDG FRDFK *HRUJH Moutif likes the way his team is playing and said, â€œThis is a great group of girls, they have worked very hard and are anx ious to compete this sea son.â€? The Blue Devils KDYH D UHFRUG VR
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freshman) has scored a goal in every game so far this season and is as sisted by forward Rebec ca Witchell. The goalie is Katie Caliguori.
Monmouth had its first road game of the \HDURQ6HSWZKHQWKH)DOFRQVYLVLWHG Manasquan, but their fortunes remained the same despite the venue change. The Falcons remained competitive against their hosts, with Vincenti only conceding one goal, but his teammates were unable WRVXSSRUWKLPRIIHQVLYHO\LQDORVV The Falcons looked to put an end to their scoring drought â€“ not to mention their ORVLQJVWUHDNÂ˛RQ6HSWDJDLQVW5DUL tan, when they hoped to pick up where goal scorers Bobby Riordan and Jorge Camargo had left off in the teamâ€™s first two matches.
Coach Moutif said, â€œthis Some of the other players years team is really start making up the rest of this ing to gel after losing yearsâ€™ team are defend seven starters from last ers Jesse Eagan, Lauren years team, this years %ULWWRQDQG6KDQQRQ$Q team has worked very fuso. The mid fielders are hard and are playing well Shannon Bonner, Bianca together.â€? Shore Regional DiBlasio (who is com has a huge game coming LQJ EDFN IURP DQ $&/ up this week when they injury), and Ciara Boyce will face division rival St. who coach Moutif called Rose who is ranked in the â€œthe heart of this team.â€? Shore Conference as well Forward Katie Stevens (a as the states.
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