June 25, 2012 Volume-IV Issue-12
Countdown 3 To The Classic All-Star 4 SCLAC Game Recap
ASM Baseball Players of the Year
All-Star 8 SCBA Game Recap 11 Stumpyâ€™s Corner
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Shaping Up to be a Classic
By Scott Stump – Managing Editor
New Jersey’s oldest high school football all-star game will celebrate its 35th anniversary this summer and once again is an event for Shore Conference gridiron fans to circle on their calendars.
The U.S. Army All-Shore Gridiron Classic will be at 7 p.m. on July 12 on the artificial turf at Holmdel High School, pitting the top seniors from Ocean County against their counterparts from Monmouth County. Since 1978 the game has been a summer tradition in the Shore, and this year’s contest will include the third annual National Guard 7-on-7 tournament as well. The Monmouth County head coach is Manalapan’s Ed Gurrieri, who led the Braves to their second Central Jersey Group IV final in school history along with a second straight Class A North crown and a schoolrecord 10 wins. Leading Ocean County will be Barnegat’s Rob Davis, who led the Bengals to their first division title in school history, a program-record seven wins and a berth in the South Jersey Group II semifinals.
on an average of 8 yards per carry. He also set the Shore Conference singlegame rushing record with 425 yards in a regular-
season win over Howell.
Other ASM first-team All-Shore selections on the Monmouth County side are Howell quarterback Ryan Davies, Red Bank Catholic tailback John DiStefano, Neptune running back/wideout/linebacker Ikie Calderon, Wall offensive lineman Matt Ford, Neptune linebacker David Gutzmore, Manalapan As always, some of the Shore offensive lineman Brandon Pearce, Conference’s top talent will also be TRN’s Scott Buxbaum Asbury Park defensive tackle on display. Headlining the Monmouth Ra’Zahn Howard, Rumson-Fair County team is All Shore Media Haven offensive lineman Matt Jewett, and Howell Offensive Player of the Year Jaheem Woods, a wide receiver Brandon Yaegel. quarterback/defensive back from Neptune who will continue his career at Stony Brook. Woods threw for Davies threw for a Shore Conference-record 3,060 1,385 yards and ran for 1,336 yards while accounting yards along with 32 touchdowns as a senior. He also for a combined 27 touchdowns on a Neptune team that has the Shore won its first record for most Central Jersey touchdown Group III title passes (70) and since 1998. is third alltime in passing The game will also feature a pair yards (6,079). His main of 2,000-yard rushers, including target, Yaegel, set the Shore Manalapan star single-season John Sieczkowski, who record for catches (89) is headed to and yards Monmouth University to play (1,255). linebacker. A pair of Sieczkowski Monmouth rushed for a University school-record recruits, Brick 2,208 yards and linebacker Tom Jackson Mem's Brandon Winston Manalapan’s John Sieczkowski 24 touchdowns
Winters and Manchester running back/safety Joe Johnson, will lead the Ocean County squad along with 2,000yard rusher Kalyph Hardy of Central and 1,000-yard rusher Brandon Winston of Jackson Memorial.
Two coaching luminaries will be inducted into the Shore Football Coaches Foundation Hall of Fame at halftime of the big game. Lacey’s Lou Vircillo, the only coach in the program’s history, will be inducted along with Keyport’s Mike Ciccotelli. Vircillo’s 214 career wins are the secondmost of any active Shore Conference coach, and he is one of only three current Shore coaches to have more than 200 Howell's Ryan Davies victories. He has led the Lions to four NJSIAA sectional titles, including two 12-0 seasons in the last six years, as well as 12 division titles.
Ciccotelli’s 220 career wins are the most of any active Shore Conference head coach. Since taking over at Keyport in 1978, he has led the Red Raiders to six NJSIAA sectional championships and 11 division titles.
Neptune’s Jaheem Woods
Also being inducted will be the Shore Sports Network’s Kevin Williams, an awardwinning sportscaster who has been a major supporter of Shore Conference football since the 1980s.
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SCLCA All-Star Game: Ocean County Makes History By Scott Stump â€“ Managing Editor
sually all-star games are laid-back U affairs, but that was far from the case for Ocean County in this yearâ€™s Shore Conference Lacrosse Coaches Association All-Star Game at Toms River South.
"We didn't come in here thinking this was a joke,'' said Brick Memorial goalie Drew Lamela. "We came in here to win."
whistle, finally breaking through against Monmouth in a matchup of each county's best.
"We were fired up,'' Lamela said. "We wanted to be the first (Ocean) team to come out of this with a win. Even in practice, we talked about how we were not losing this game.''
Considering Monmouth County was 6-0 all-time in the SCLCA All-Star Game, Lamela played the whole second half and Ocean was out to make registered 11 saves, several of them of the history and illustrate how spectacular variety. He was named the the gap is rapidly closing game's co-Most Valuable Player along with against Monmouth County, Toms River South attackman Kyle Jernack, which dominated the boys who had a game-high four goals while lacrosse landscape in the playing on his home turf at Detwiler Stadium Shore Conference in the one last time. sport's infancy in the area. Brick Mem's Drew Lamela blocks The new wrinkle to this "We wanted to be the first (Ocean) team to a shot by CBA's Donny Finn year's all-star game is that win this so bad,'' said Jernack, who is going both teams were comprised to try to walk on the team at Lynchburg entirely of seniors now that the talent level has risen to College. "A lot of these other guys from Ocean County I the point where players from all grades are no longer know well from having grown up playing with them on needed to play a highly-competitive game. club teams, so we had good chemistry. It was extremely satisfying to get one in one last game on my home field.'' Ocean County left no doubt with a 16-10 win and rushed the field in celebration at the sound of the final
Monmouth County jumped out to an early three-goal lead after a pair of scores by Colts Neck attack Kevin Loveland and an unassisted goal by Rumson-Fair Haven's Dan Babiak with 5:29 left in the period. Ocean fought back to cut it to 5-4 heading into the second quarter thanks to goals by Jackson Memorial's Austin Letts and Toms River East's Casey Joffe.
Barnegat's Brandon Jecas then made a bit of school history when he scored with 6:03 left in the second quarter to tie the game and become the first Barnegat player to ever register a goal in the all-star game. After Christian Brothers Academy star Donny Finn (3 goals, 2 assists) scored to give Monmouth County the lead back, Ocean answered with the decisive run of the game. It scored five straight goals to roar into halftime with a 10-6 advantage and never trailed again.
Toms River North specialist Greg Hirtes burst up the middle of the field and whipped in a shot to tie it at six with 5:02 left in the half, and Jernack followed with the go-ahead goal off an assist by Letts. Brick's Brendan Dowd made it 8-6 with a score off an assist by Brick
Goals by Finn and Villanova-bound RumsonFair Haven star Jack Curran trimmed Ocean's lead to 11-8 with 6:15 left in the game, but that was as close as Ocean would let Monmouth get. Jernack and Jackson Memorial star Connor Cunningham answered Lamela came out to Drew Lamela (left) & Kyle Jernack are presented the Co-MVP with a pair of goals to start the second half in Awards by ASM’s Steve Meyer, ELITE Sports Physical push the lead back to five, goal, determined to Therapy’s Sharon Wentworth & RYPT’s Bobby Smith and after Loveland scored make his third time the his third goal of the game, charm after having played in the all-star game after his Ocean came back with a goal by Joffe on the second freshman and junior seasons and coming out on the assist of the game by Jackson Memorial attackman Nick losing end. He achieved a rare feat in an all-star game Wolf. when he shut out Monmouth County for the entire third Lamela, who is headed to play at Montclair State, also quarter, as Ocean took an 11-6 lead into the final period made several outstanding saves during that stretch to thanks to an unassisted goal by Brick Memorial keep Ocean comfortably ahead. Another unassisted goal midfielder Ryan Cavallo. Memorial's Niki Moran, and then Moran assisted Monsignor Donovan standout Mitch Hall for a three-goal lead. An unassisted goal by Brick's James Egleston with 30 seconds remaining in the half completed the surge.
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by Cunningham, who was named a U.S. Lacrosse AllAmerican this season, and the lead ballooned to six with 2:52 remaining. Jernack scored one final time on his home field for a 16-9 lead before CBA's Stephen Diener scored off an assist by Finn for the final margin.
At the final whistle, the players from the Ocean sideline rushed to the goal to mob Lamela and the defense in celebration of finally breaking through for a win.
"When you get in a zone, you don't remember anything,'' Lamela said. "I barely remember a thing until I saw a swarm of guys running at me at the end.'' Photos by:
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Holup and Cahill Take Home Top ASM Baseball Honors
By Scott Stump â€“ Managing Editor
t cou ld h ave been an in cr edib ly f r u s tr a tin g yea r f or M on mo u th Reg ion al senior pitcher/third baseman LUKE CAHILL, bu t th an k s to h is tr u s t in h is teammates an d h is ab ility to s eiz e h is o p por tu n ities , it wa s a memor ably r ewa r din g o n e. Cahill helped the Falcons put aside a disappointing regular season to make a run to the NJSIAA Central Jersey Group III championship game and advance to the Shore Conference Tournament semifinals as the No. 14 seed. Teams tried to take the bat out of the hands of the Falcons' No. 3 hitter by walking him a Shore Conferencehigh 28 times, including an eye-opening 17 intentional walks. Regardless, he persevered to hit .403 with 31 hits, 21 RBIs, 14 runs scored, 5 doubles, and 3 home runs, with an on-base percentage of .598 and a slugging percentage of .636.
I didn't really feel any pressure,'' Cahill said about rarely getting much to hit. "Being walked meant it was another baserunner for us, and an opportunity for my teammates to come through.''
The Seton Hall recruit earned All Shore Media Player of the Year honors not just because of his destruction with the bat, but also for his performance on the mound. The right-hander finished 8-3, tying ASM Pitcher of the Year Brandon Holup of Jackson Memorial for the Shore Conference-high in wins, while putting up a 1.76 ERA and a 0.98 WHIP. His 76 strikeouts in 64 innings were tied for the third-most in the Shore Conference, and he allowed 51 hits and walked 12.
He jump-started Monmouth's postseason run in the SCT by outdueling Barnegat's Mark McCoy in a 3-2 Falcons win and also went 3-for-3 with a triple against the Wake Forest recruit. He then doubled home a run in a 6-5 upset of Toms River South, went 2-for-3 with an RBI double in a win vs. Jackson Liberty and even knocked in the lone run in a 8-1 loss to Toms River North. Cahill also won two games in the CJ III tournament, as the
Falcons reached the sectional final before losing to Freehold.
Monmouth finished 17-10 despite finishing tied for fourth in Class B North, and Cahill said it came down to team camaraderie.
"We came together in the locker room after a practice one day after the regular season had ended after we didn't do well in our division, and we said, 'Why not go after the tournaments while we can?''' Cahill said. "After we beat Toms River South, we realized we could compete with anyone in the Shore. Practices became more and more serious, and we knew exactly what to do. It all came together.'' A four-year varsity player, Cahill has put his name up among the greats at one of the Shore Conference's perennially competitive programs under veteran coach Ted Jarmusz.
"I'm going to miss the coaching staff because everybody there helped me develop into better player,'' he said. "I will especially miss my teammates. Even when I was a young player on varsity, they made me feel at home and get better as a player.''
r om h is en tir e ju n ior s eas on to h is f ir s t few weeks of h is s en ior year, it s eemed like Jacks on M emor ial r igh th an der BRANDON HOLUP was s tu ck on th e cu s p of s tar dom.
He lost twice to Manalapan star Jake Winston last year and took a 2-1 defeat in the Shore Conference Tournament final against Red Bank Catholic's Brendan McGann. Early in this season, he took a hard-luck loss to Toms River South and ace Kyle Driscoll. His solution to the frustrating losses was simple - don't allow a run for the rest of the season.
"I feel like those losses fueled me into this year to win more,'' Holup said.
Holup went on a run that may never have been seen in Shore Conference history when he ended the season with five straight complete-game shutouts, racking up 35 scoreless innings on his way to earning All Shore Media Pitcher of the Year honors. Even more impressively, all five of those wins came in tournaments, including two championship games, as he helped the Jaguars finish No. 1 in the Shore Conference and take home three championships. His five consecutive complete-game shutouts are believed
to be a Shore Conference record.
He tied Monmouth Regional's Luke Cahill with a Shore Conference-high eight victories in finishing 8-2, and his 0.75 earned run average ranked second in the Shore Conference. He also outdueled some impressive pitchers along the way, beating Milwaukee Brewers' draft pick Mark McCoy of Barnegat 1-0 in an Ocean County Tournament quarterfinal, topping Rutgers-bound lefty Howie Brey and Middletown South 4-0 in the Shore Conference Tournament semifinals and edging Brick Memorial junior ace Brian Cottrell 1-0 in the OCT final. In 65 2/3 innings, he had 70 strikeouts, the sixthhighest total in the Shore, and he only allowed 38 hits and walked 13.
His final masteripiece was a two-hit shutout in a 7-0 win over Toms River North to bring home the Jaguars' second Shore Conference Tournament title in the last four years. He shut out the 17-win Mariners twice this season, and also had a shutout win over Monmouth County Tournament champion Freehold Township in the Central Jersey Group IV playoffs.
"He's just not real," senior shortstop Joe Ogren said. "He's just been a machine."
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At 6-foot-5, Holup has a projectable frame that makes him an intriguing prospect going forward. He will continue his career at East Stroudsburg University, and several coaches compared him favorably to Monmouth University star Pat Light. The former Christian Brothers Academy standout is also 6-5, and he pumped his velocity up from the low 80s to the high 90s in college by filling out his frame and refining his mechanics. Light was just drafted No. 37 overall by the Boston Red Sox and is on his way to becoming a millionaire. "With his size, he just gets on top of you so fast," Jackson junior catcher Matt Thaiss said. "And everything he throws moves, so when you factor in the movement and the breaking ball and a fastball that he can get up there at 90 (milesper-hour), he's really tough to square up."
Holup is still learning, as he was a shortstop as a freshman before being converted to a pitcher as a sophomore. It's not hard to believe that this season might only be the beginning of a memorable career.
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SBCA Senior All-Star Game: Ending on a High Note By Scott Stump â€“ Managing Editor
One of the best aspects of the Shore Baseball Coaches Association Senior All-Star Game is that it allows players a chance to end with one final positive memory regardless of what happened during the season.
Howell infielder Brody High seized that opportunity on June 14 in Monmouth County's 10-2 victory over Ocean County, going 2-for-2 and scoring a pair of runs in the final game of his baseball career, as he is not playing in college. His performance under the lights at Walter Woods Field at Middletown South helped him walk into the sunset with a good memory after a season in which the Rebels struggled to a 4-14 mark and a last-place finish in Class A North following heavy graduation losses. He had both hits off Toms River North pitcher Ryan Mihalkovitz and scored to help Monmouth County go up 6-0 on its way to cruising to victory.
"I think that will be something I'll be saying for the rest of my life - I got a hit off a draft pick,'' Healy said before smiling. Middletown South won its first Class A North title and registered its first 20-win season since 1999, but lost in the quarterfinals of two tournaments and in the semifinals of the Shore Conference Tournament. Thursday night helped give Healy an upbeat ending before he heads off to play at the University of Scranton.
Howell infielder Brody High
Despite Howell's struggles, High was a bright spot in leading the team with a .400 average and a pair of home runs.
"This is my last game ever, so it was just good to get a few hits, get my last win, and just come out and play baseball one last time,'' High said. "Baseball has been my life for the past 10 years, so it was good coming out with the boys and getting a 'W' to end it. I'll miss playing with all my friends and just the game of baseball, which is one of the greatest things out there.''
Middletown South outfielder Brian Healy was able to create one final memory on his home field, as he went 2-for-3 with a double and a run scored. His double to left field led off the bottom of the first inning and came off Barnegat lefty ace Mark McCoy, who is headed to Wake Forest and was just drafted in the 28th round by the Milwaukee Brewers. He added a secondinning single off Mihalkovitz.
"After ending the year the way we did, I felt like I wanted to end the season better,'' Healy said. "Especially being here on our home field, those couple of hits were a great way to end it. Now that we're all going our different ways, it's going to be strange taking the field with different teammates, but I had a lot of fun.''
Red Bank Regional infielder Blake Brandon added two hits, a stolen base and a run scored, and outfielder Ryan Ranieri of Group IV champion Manalapan was 2-for-2 with a two-run single off Mihalkovitz.
Rumson-Fair Haven shortstop Chris Lorenz capped a stellar year that earned him ASM first-team All-Shore honors with an RBI single and two runs scored for Monmouth County, and his teammate, outfielder Nico Giaimo, added an RBI double. Freehold Township
catcher Josh Lodi had a walk, an RBI single and a run scored to cap a season in which the Patriots had a Cinderella run to their second Monmouth County Tournament title Middletown South's Howie Brey in four years. Ocean Township catcher Nassar Walid and Henry Hudson outfielder Brian Farrell each added RBI singles for Monmouth County, and St. John Vianney shortstop Anthony Uribe had a walk and a run scored.
Rutgers-bound Middletown South lefty Howie Brey, another All-Shore first-teamer, threw a pair of scoreless innings on his home field, striking out the side in the first inning. Holmdel lefty Dylan Baxter also threw two scoreless frames along with Raritan right-hander Danny Gutch, who helped lead the Rockets to the Central Jersey Group II title this season. Long Branch's Aaron McCue tossed a scoreless ninth inning to wrap up the win.
For Ocean County, McCoy ended a brilliant high school career with a scoreless inning and two strikeouts on the mound along with a double and a run scored off Matawan's Nick Fulop. Toms River East catcher Jordan Hoefling had a pair of singles, and Lacey shortstop Ryan Reitmeyer had a two-run single off Fulop for Ocean's only runs. Outfielder Julian Cimino, who helped Central reach the South Jersey Group III semifinals, finished his career by going 2for-3. Brick's Dan Mnich capped his career by throwing three scoreless innings of one-hit ball, striking out two.
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2012 All Shore Media All-Shore Baseball Teams
*Teams selected by Managing Editor Scott Stump and Senior Staff Writer Matt Manley
P - Brandon Holup, Sr., Jackson Memorial P - Howie Brey, Sr., Middletown South P - Mark McCoy, Sr., Barnegat P - Kyle Driscoll, Sr., Toms River South P - Luke Cahill, Sr., Monmouth C - Matt Thaiss, Jr., Jackson Memorial 1B - Joe Dudek, Jr., Christian Brothers Academy INF - Joe Ogren, Sr., Jackson Memorial INF - Matt Holtz, Sr., Freehold INF - Brian Lamboy, Sr., Manalapan OF - Russell Messler, So., Toms River South OF - Jack Bush, Sr., Southern OF - Scott Duncan, Sr., Wall UT - Mike Rescigno, Jr., Red Bank Catholic DH - Chris Lorenz, Sr., Rumson-FH
P - Harry Paytas, Sr., Wall P - Brian Cottrell, Jr., Brick Memorial P - Michael Bolton, Jr., Freehold P - Jake Yanez, Jr., Freehold P - Tim Rogers, Sr., Manchester C - Anthony Santoro, So., St. John Vianney 1B - Joe Serrapica, Sr., Manalapan INF - R.J. Devish, Sr., Toms River South INF - Al Molina, So., Red Bank Catholic INF - Ryan MacFarlane, Sr., Freehold Twp. OF - Keith Murphy, Sr., Pt. Boro OF - Andrew LaMura, Sr., Red Bank Catholic OF - Travis Rudic, Sr., Freehold UT - Ron Marinaccio, Jr., Toms River North DH - Matt Kleinstein, Jr., Colts Neck
P - Matt Pidich, Jr., Christian Brothers Academy P - Adam Ashenfarb, Jr., Marlboro P - John Leiter, Sr., Toms River South P - Alex Daniele, Sr., Jackson Memorial P - Mike Monaco, Sr., St. John Vianney C - Connor White, Sr., Wall 1B - Brad Currao, Jr., St. Rose INF - Angel Garced, Jr., Jackson Liberty INF - Noah Yates, So., Point Beach INF - Anthony Vazzana, Sr., Freehold OF - Lucien Dellafera, Jr., Colts Neck OF - Nick Liggett, Sr., Red Bank Catholic OF - Nick Petrizzo, Sr., Jackson Memorial UT - Tom Broyles, Jr., Monmouth UT - Danny Gutch, Sr., Raritan DH - Ryan Prout, Jr., Point Boro
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Monmouth County Head coach: Ed Gurrieri (Manalapan).
Anthony Baklouk, OL, Monmouth Reg. Sam Bellamy, RB/LB, Keyport Ryan Breen, OL, Ocean Ryan Byrne, OL, Red Bank Catholic Ikie Calderon, LB, Neptune Anthony Carlucci, QB, St. John Vianney Jake Clapp, DL, Rumson-FH Traevon Conover, DB, Freehold Twp. Tyheem Crawford, WR, Red Bank Ryan Davies, QB, Howell John DiStefano, RB, Red Bank Catholic Matt Ford, OL, Wall Derek Gardner, TE, Wall Chris Germinario, OL, Holmdel Nick Grigos, LB, Shore David Gutzmore, LB, Neptune Tahj Hammary, WR, Asbury Park Ra'Zahn Howard, DL, Asbury Park Matt Jewett, OL, Rumson-FH Matt Kemp, OL, Colts Neck Matt LaMattina, DB, Middletown South Jesse McEnery, RB/LB, Manalapan Kodie McNamara, LB, Manasquan
Jesse Meyer, QB/DB, Mater Dei Prep Jack Miles, DL, Rumson-FH Greg Moore, DB, Ocean Matt Morenz, OL, Matawan Christian Morgan, DL, Manasquan Michael Morralle, DB, Rumson-FH Hasson Morris, DB, Long Branch Anthony Pante, WR, St. John Vianney Jamie Pasquin, LB, Raritan Brandon Pearce, OL, Manalapan Sean Place, OL, Manasquan Matt Pisarcik, OL, Wall Blake Potter, WR, Rumson-FH Joey Racioppi, RB, Middletown North De'Von Rice, DL, Matawan Connor Riley, RB/KR/PR, Rumson-FH Tyler Saito, P/QB, Manasquan Victor Scalici, RB, Colts Neck John Sieczkowski, RB, Manalapan Solomon Simkins, DB, Matawan Joe Simone, LB, Middletown South Reiner Smit, K, Colts Neck Matt Smith, WR, Keansburg Stacey Sunnerville, DL, Freehold Jon Valentine, OL, Middletown South Jaheem Woods, QB/DB, Neptune Brandon Yaegel, WR, Howell
Ocean County Head coach: Rob Davis (Barnegat)
John Azaceta, TE/DL, Central T.J. Bellissimo, RB, Southern Steven Bick, LB, Manchester Justin Billups, RB, Jackson Liberty Jackman Bush, LB, Southern Scott Buxbaum, QB/DB, Toms River North Billy Caffyn, OL, Barnegat Vinny Calderon, OL/DL, Barnegat Chris Carbone, TE/LB, Msgr. Donovan Dimitrie Christodoylakis, LB, Jackson Mem. Cody Coleman, RB/LB, Point Beach Ray Contrucci, DB, Brick Memorial James Cowan, DL, Jackson Memorial R.J. D'Anton, QB, Msgr. Donovan Zach Dickey, OL/DL, Lakewood John Dunbar, QB/DB, Point Boro Chris Fanara, LB, Msgr. Donovan Jake Fernandez, OL, Lacey Joe Fiorelli, DB, Southern Kevin Fitzpatrick, LB, Southern Kevin Francese, OL/DL, Brick Anthony Giordano, OL/DL, Central Josh Gonzalez, OL/DL, Jackson Liberty
Kalyph Hardy, RB, Central Maurice Jackson, DB, Jackson Mem. Ken Johnson, OL, Manchester Joe Johnson, RB/DB, Manchester Mark Jurkowski, WR/DB, Point Beach Matt Kelly, RB, Southern Brandon Kieslor, QB/DB, Brick Zack Ligouri, RB/LB, Toms River South Anthony Mannato, DB, Toms River South Remy Martin, DL, Jackson Liberty Christian Martino, QB/DB, Point Beach Kevin Matthews, WR/DB, Brick Alec Morris, WR/DB, Southern Jordan Powell, TE/LB, Lacey Jason Rodd, OL, Toms River East Jordan Salt, WR/DB, Barnegat Matt Schmidt, OL/DL, Toms River East Matt Schofield, LB, Barnegat Ahmad Shalabi, WR/DB, Jackson Liberty David Smithman, RB, Barnegat Kevin Stokes, LB, Central Johntel Thomas, WR/DB, Jackson Mem. Dan Trainor, DB, Point Boro Mike Tomkowich, OL/K, Toms River South Jack Vitale, LB, Point Boro Brandon Winston, RB/DB, Jackson Mem. Tom Winters, LB, Brick
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