The referee who ordered Buena High School wrestler Andrew Johnson to cut off his dreadlocks before a match or forfeit is now reportedly asking for $100,000. TMZ reports that Alan Maloney wants the money for alleged defamation of character, and has not refereed any matches since the incident in December.
First Nick Foles, now Jordan Hicks. Various NFL reporters say Hicks, an outstanding linebacker for the Eagles, is leaving the team to sign a four year deal with the Arizona Cardinals. The deal is worth $36 million.
The Mainland girls basketball team won the New Jersey Group III basketball championship Sunday afternoon. Mainland d defeated Chatham 42-35 to win the title in Toms River. This is the first girls basketball state title in Mainland history. They now move on to the Tournament of Champions.
The Alert J. Carino Girls Basketball Club of South Jersey announced its all South Jersey and All Group teams over the weekend. Wildwood’s Maddie McCracken made All Group 1 and the All South Jersey 2nd Team. Danielle Donoghue of Ocean City made All Group 3, and Marianna Papazoglou of Wildwood Catholic made All Non Public.
A heartbreaking loss for the Wildwood Catholic boys basketball team Wednesday night as they lost the South Jersey Non Public B championship game in overtime, 54-50 to Ranney. The game was tight all the way through with Wildwood Catholic tying the game at the end of three quarters and holding a tight lead at times…
Arguably the two best basketball coaches in Cape May County history were inducted into the South Jersey Coaches Association Hall of Fame Wednesday night. Social media pages from Middle Township and Wildwood High schools have congratulated longtime Panthers boys’ coach Tom Feraco and longtime Wildwood girls’ coach Dave Troiano for their high achievements. Photo courtesy…
Wildwood Catholic boys are the last basketball team standing in Cape May County. The Crusaders defeated Immaculate, 80-66 to advance to the South Jersey Non Public B championship basketball game. Wildwood Catholic will play Ranney, the second seed, in the title game Wednesday at 7pm.
An incredible playoff run for the Wildwood Warriors boys basketball team is over. Wildwood dropped a tough 64-63 decision to Clayton in the South Jersey Group I championship game Tuesday night. Wildwood lead by seven with just under four minutes to go but couldn’t hold on.
The Middle Township Lady Panthers came up just a little short in their bid to win a South Jersey Group II championship. Middle fell to Manchester Township, 61-36 to cap off a very good season. Middle trailed at the half, 36-9 and never recovered.
Two local basketball teams play for South Jersey championships today. The Wildwood boys will try to a South Jersey Group I title by playing Clayton at 5:30pm in a game to be broadcast live on WCZT. After that game, Wildwood Catholic boys will battle Immaculata in a South Jersey Non Public B playoff game. On…