Thanksgiving week football games can have up to 150 fans in attendance. Governor Phil Murphy announced a clarification on the capacity rules on Friday and said that coaches and players do not count towards that limit of 150 individuals at a game.
The Lower Cape May Regional football team tuned up for the Anchor Bowl with a 30-7 win over Overbrook Thursday night. Archie Lawler had a 65 yard kickoff return, and Marcus Hebron scored on a 13 yard touchdown run. For complete coverage, including video, please visit Brian Cunniff’s coverage on CoastSportsToday.com.
Monumental and significant changes are coming to the winter sports season in New Jersey. Spectators will be prohibited from attending any basketball, swimming, or wrestling events this season. The high school basketball season will not begin until late January, and there will be no state playoffs this year with the entire season wrapping up by…
The start time for the Anchor Bowl football game has been moved one hour. This year, the game will be played on Wednesday, November 25th, and the new start time is 5:00pm. For more information on this game between Lower Cape May and Middle Township, see Brian Cunniff’s coverage at CoastSportsToday.com
The Middle Township field hockey team advanced Monday in the Southwest A Region quarterfinal by beating Haddon Heights, 4-1. Middle Township will next play fourth seeded Woodstown on Wendesday. For more, including video, see Brian Cunniff’s coverage at CoastSportsToday.com.
There will be no more live fans at Lincoln Financial Field to watch the Philadelphia Eagles. The City of Philadelphia announced some additional restrictions due to Covid-19, and one of them is no more live fans at Eagles games.
A pro football player who also serves as an assistant coach for the Lower Cape May Regional High School football team scored his first NFL touchdown Sunday. Colin Thompson scored his first touchdown on his first career catch, from quarterback Teddy Bridgewater of the Carolina Panthers. The Panthers have retained Thompson’s services since early September.…
Wildwood Catholic Academy basketball star Marianna Papazoglou is headed to the University of Pennsylvania. Papazoglou signed a national letter of intent Wednesday to to attend the university to continue her collegiate career. Coast Sports Today’s Brian Cunniff has full coverage of the signing, along with video, on CoastSportsToday.com.
The Mainland football team is done playing for the season. The Press of Atlantic City reports that Mainland’s remaining games have been cancelled due to coronavirus concerns. Mainland had games coming up against Atlantic City and Oakcrest; both have been cancelled.
The Philadelphia Eagles horrible season got a bit worse Monday. ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports that tight end Zach Ertz is out a month with a high ankle sprain, and running back Miles Sanders will likely miss Thursday night’s game against the Giants with a knee injury.