MAYS LANDING - Middle Township High School attack players Jack Denis and Thom DeMarco, and goalie Tommy Williams kept the Panthers boys lacrosse team ahead of Oakcrest on Saturday in a key Cape-Atlantic League game.
CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE - Middle Township High School football coach Frank Riggitano hopped atop a bench on the sideline at Memorial Field and led the Panthers in an old-school victory chant Thursday morning.
Why this game is special: This contest is dubbed "The Anchor Bowl." The winner gets a plaque created in 1996 that features an anchor taken from the boat owned by the father of former Lower coach Bill Garrison. The series is tied at 8-8 since this game became "The Anchor Bowl."
CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE - Vance Matthews was happy that many of his
Lower Cape May Regional High School football teammates made big
contributions to the Caper Tigers' 33-6 win over Middle Township in
the Anchor Bowl on Thursday.
Why this game is important: This contest is dubbed "The Anchor
Bowl." The winner gets a plaque created in 1996 that features an
anchor taken from a boat owned by the father of former Lower Cape
May Regional coach Bill Garrison. Lower won 30-6 last year. Middle
leads the series 8-7 since it became known as The Anchor Bowl.
The Ocean City football game against Middle Township was
postponed due to lightning. The game is rescheduled for Monday at 4
p.m. at Ocean City. The Red Raiders are winning 27-6 with seven
minutes remaining in the third quarter.
WASHINGTON — The U.S. economy added 175,000 jobs in May — a steady pace that shows strength in the face of tax increases and government spending cuts if not enough to reduce still-high unemployment.