Hockey: 2014-15 North Jersey Season-in-Review, Part I — In-depth look at the All-North Jersey package

The season has ended and award season is upon us, with Part I of the the North Jersey Season-in-Review taking a look at the Player, Team and Coach of the Year, in addition to our first, second (with writeups) and third team (Aces exclusive) All-North Jersey selections and our All-Freshmen Team picks. Part II will […]

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Bowling Taglines: Parting shots & the North Jersey 300 List, 2014-15 edition

This season’s All-North Jersey bowling selections may have been more difficult to make than ever, and that is not just lip service. Consider: more state champs, more 300 games, more tournament tweets than any other season I’ve observed since first picking up a tape recorder (wow, remember those?) to do a bowling interview for WGHT […]

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Announcing the Finalists for the Athlete of the Season & Ron Fox Award

So, tomorrow is one heck of a big day. The NJSIAA’s public/non-public committee will finally reveal their recommendations on transfers and changing the football landscape for 2016. That happens in Atlantic City around 3:15 p.m. (Meanwhile, the football landscape in 2015 is still in total turmoil, but that’s a topic for another post). Tomorrow night […]

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Don Bosco Prep boys lacrosse preview, 2015

DON BOSCO PREP IRONMEN LAST SEASON: 8-10, lost to Seton Hall Prep in the quarterfinal round of the Non-Public A state tournament. CONFERENCE AND CLASSIFICATION: Gibbs Division, Non-Public A COACH: Mike Springer, 12th season TOP PLAYERS BACK: Don Bosco’s strength will lie in its midfield, where it has four players returning. Seniors Riley O’Sullivan (18 g., 9 a … Read More…

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Hockey: Scoring and Goaltending Leaders – Final

Well everyone, the hockey season is over and the awards season has begun.  You’ll be seeing All-League, All-County and All-North Jersey teams over the coming days, but we’ll start out with the final scoring and goaltending charts.  A small disclaimer – these numbers are based on what was reported and what we’ve been able to […]

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