The Lower Cape May girls basketball team picked up a 59-33 victory over St. Joseph’s Tuesday night. Lyndsay Holden scored 25 points for the Capers. In boys action, Middle Township tripped up Cape May Tech, 43-24. T.J. Harris had 14 points. Wildwood boys fell to Highland Regional, 77-62.
The Wildwood Catholic boys and girls basketball teams both advanced in the Cape Atlantic League playoff tournament Monday. The girls drubbed Absegami, 63-33 to advance to a game against mainland Thursday night to be aired on WCZT. In boys’ action, the Crusaders beat Ocean City, 84-47. Wildwood Catholic will next play St. Joseph, and that…
A big win for the Mainland Mustangs girls basketball team Monday night. Mainland knocked Middle Township out of the CAL Tournament, 42-36. That was Middle Township’s fifth loss of the season. Mainland will battle Wildwood Catholic, the top seed, in the second round.
The Wildwood Catholic boys basketball team clinched its ninth consecutive United Conference title as it defeated Middle Township Thursday night, 66-44. Jahlil White scored 17 points, and Martin Angeulov added 16 in the winning effort. For more, see Brian Cunniff’s coverage on CoastSportsToday.com.
It’s another Tri County Classic Division championship for the Wildwood boys basketball team. Wildwood knocked off Gloucester Catholic at home Tuesday night, 68-59 to win the title. Wildwood improves to 16-6 overall; it’s their third division title in four years. For more, including video, see Brian Cunniff’s coverage on CoastSportsToday.com.
The Wildwood girls’ basketball team did not have its best night Tuesday, and despite a loss, still managed a tie for a division title. Wildwood was drubbed by Gloucester Catholic, 56-35, yet the two teams tied for the Tri County Classic Division championship. For more on this story, see Brian Cunniff’s coverage on CoastSportsToday.com.
Brian Hindle has resigned as the head football coach at Lower Cape May Regional High School. CoastSportsToday.com was the first to report that Hindle has resigned, leaving a vacancy at the top position. Lower Cape May won a dozen games at the helm of the Caper Tiger program. For more, see Brian Cunniff’s coverage on…
Wildwood Catholic boys basketball star Taj Thweatt is included in online voting for a slam dunk championship. American Family Insurance has opened up its national voting for various activities including slam dunks, and three point championships. Highlight reels are posted online so the public can make their votes. For more, see www.amfam.com/fanvote
The Middle Township girls swimming team advanced in the South Jersey playoffs Monday with a big 101-69 win over Woodstown. Five school records were set by the Lady Panthers in the meet. Middle advances to swim against Haddonfield on Thursday. For more, see Brian Cunniff’s coverage at CoastSportsToday.com.
For the first time since 1983, the Lower Cape May wrestling program has won a playoff match. Lower Cape May defeated Oakcrest Monday night, 39-27 to advance in the playoffs. David Tosto clinched the win for the Caper Tigers. For more, including a video, see Brian Cunniff’s coverage at CoastSportsToday.com.