The Northfield Cardinals beat host Ocean City 8-4 on Saturday for their seventh straight win in the Atlantic County Baseball League.
Maggie Wallace, an accomplished 17-year-old Ocean City High School swimmer who will be a senior in the fall, has earned a unique opportunity.
Haley Crispell, a three-sport athlete for four years at Oakcrest High School, calls girls crew her main focus.
A pair of wins and meet records
A four-peat at the MOC
Gabrielle Cabaron, who owns every school record for the Southern Regional High School girls swimming team, will bring that prowess to the Monmouth University women’s team next season.
Ocean City High School senior Amanda Nunan has been the Cape-Atlantic League’s leading female swimmer since her freshman year.
Mainland Regional High School freshman Destin Lasco was already nationally known in the USA Swimming community before this winter, being one of the top 15-year-olds in the country.
SECOND TEAM PRESS ALL-STARS
DEPTFORD TOWNSHIP — Mainland Regional High School’s Destin Lasco and Justin Liu and Ocean City’s Amanda Nunan led the way Sunday as the Cape-Atlantic League showed its power at the State Individual Swimming Championships.
The Mainland Regional High School boys swimming team qualified first in six of 11 events Saturday at the preliminaries of the Meet of Champions, a two-day event at Gloucester County Institute of Technology.
The Mainland Regional boys and Ocean City girls swim teams are expected to do well this weekend in the final event of the high school swimming season.
Two local divers finished in the top 10 at the Girls Individual Diving Championships at Montgomery High School on Tuesday.
The top high school divers in New Jersey will compete in the State Individual Diving Championships on Tuesday and Wednesday at Montgomery High School in Skillman in Somerset County.
EWING TOWNSHIP — The Ocean City High School girls swimming team’s hopes of repeating as state champions eroded during the 100-yard butterfly race Sunday morning.
EWING TOWNSHIP — The St. Augustine Prep swim team finally got its revenge.
EWING TOWNSHIP — The national records, the school records and a totally dominant performance the entire year made a great recipe for success for the Mainland Regional High School boys swimming team.
The Cape-Atlantic League’s three top swimming teams will try to win state titles this weekend.
The Ocean City High School girls swimming team’s road back to the state Public B final continued to look a lot like last year Wednesday.
Not even a 2½-hour bus ride could keep the Mainland Regional High School boys swimming team from looking as dominant as ever Tuesday in the state Public B semifinal meet.
The Mainland Regional High School boys and the Ocean City High School girls swimming teams are both out to win their second state Public B championship in a row. Each has one final hurdle before returning to the state final.
The St. Augustine Prep swimming team had to wait a year for a rematch with Seton Hall Prep, but the Hermits made it worth the wait Monday.
The St. Augustine Prep swimming team takes on Seton Hall Prep at 2:30 p.m. Monday in a state Non-Public A semifinal meet at Raritan Bay Area YMCA in Perth Amboy.