The Philadelphia Eagles are allowing fans back at Lincoln Financial Field. A total of 7,500 people will be allowed at the field starting this Sunday, and that figure includes coaches, players, and other support staff. The Eagles have one victory in five games this season, and have one tie.
The high school winter sports landscape will look much different this year. The New Jersey Interscholastic Athletic Association announced that winter sports teams will play only 15 games this season, and as of now, no spectators will be allowed as capacity limits will be enforced. The playoffs will also start in early February.
A graduate of Wildwood High School has coached the Los Angeles Lakers to their 17th NBA championship. Frank Vogel led the Lakers to a 106-93 win over the Miami Heat Sunday night to win the title in six games. Vogel is a 1991 graduate of Wildwood High.
Wildwood High School graduate Frank Vogel is one win away from an NBA championship. Vogel coaches the Los Angeles Lakers, who can wrap up a title Friday night when they play the Miami Heat. Vogel was a senior at Wildwood High 30 years ago.
The State of Pennsylvania is relaxing some of its regulations regarding outdoor gatherings, and that means a small number of fans will be able to attend Eagles games, and other outdoor sporting events, in person. The new regulations would permit up to 7,500 fans to attend Eagles games at Lincoln Financial Field.
Doc Rivers will become the new head coach of the Philadelphia 76ers. Multiple media reports Thursday night say both sides have agreed to terms, but they have not been disclosed. Rivers won one NBA championship as head coach of the Boston Celtics, and was named NBA Coach of the Year 20 years ago. Photo: NBA.com
The abridged 2020 high school football season kicks off Friday evening on WCZT. Wildwood will host Clayton in a game that kicks off at 6:00pm. Brian Cunniff and Buddy Tarbotton will have the call of the game; it will also be live streamed on coastsportstoday.com. For a preview of the Wildwood High football team, see…
High school football practices are well underway, and Coastal Broadcasting Systems has announced its broadcast schedule for the 2020 season. The first game will be next Friday, October 2nd as Pitman visits Wildwood. Brian Cunniff and Buddy Tarbotton will provide the coverage. This is the 16th consecutive year of high school football coverage on WCZT…
The Battle by the Bay basketball tournament in Atlantic City will not happen this winter. The Press of Atlantic City reports that the tournament has been scrubbed due to uncertainty over the Covid-19 pandemic. The tournament annually features some of the best teams in the area and raises scholarship funding.
The annual Boardwalk Basketball Classic in Wildwood will not be held this year due to coronavirus. Tournament organizers announced Tuesday that a “variety of factors” surrounding the pandemic has resulted in the tournament being scrubbed. The annual basketball tournament is traditionally held in the Wildwoods Convention Center around the holidays.