A father and son officiating crew walked off the field before the start of a high school football game Friday night because some players kneeled during the National Anthem. Ernie and Anthony Lunardelli told officials from both Colts Neck and Monroe high schools that they would leave if any players knelt before the game.
Lower Cape May Regional High School dedicated its new field house on Saturday. The practice facility cost nearly $3 million and and was built on the site of former tennis courts. The project was part of a larger bond project that includes new roofs for some school buildings, and other amenities.
Monday night’s win by the Philadelphia Eagles over the Washington Redskins was very costly. The Eagles lost offensive lineman Jason Peters and linebacker Jordan Hicks to injury for the rest of the season. The Eagles have a home game against the winless 49ers on Sunday.
Lower Cape May Regional High School will induct three individuals into its Sports Hall of Fame during a ceremony on December 1st. CoastSportsToday.com reports exclusively that Robert Jackson, Carol Faison, and Gabrielle Whalen are the individual inductees; for more, see Brian Cunniff’s story on CoastSportsToday.com.
The Wildwood Catholic boys soccer team clinched the Cape Atlantic United Conference championship Thursday afternoon by winning at Pleasantville, 4-2. Wildwood Catholic is a perfect 10-0 in the conference this season and will be one of the top seeds in the South Jersey Non Public B tournament, which begins early next month. For more, see…
Ocean City and Millville played the best field hockey game of the year on Wednesday as the Thunderbolts knocked off the Red Raiders in overtime, 2-1. That was the first victory by Millville over Ocean City since 2000. Millville is now in a position to clinch the American Conference championship.
One of the most legendary high school sports coaches in South Jersey is calling it a career after 39 seasons. CoastSportsToday.com reports exclusively that Dave Troiano has resigned as the girls basketball coach at Wildwood High School. Troiano has won a staggering 682 games during his career at Wildwood High and is only the fourth…
Ocean City High School football quarterback Harry Pfeifle has been named the CoastSportsToday.com Athlete of the Week. Pfeifle scored three touchdowns as the Red Raiders knocked off rival Middle Township, 47-8 last Friday night. Pfeifle has rushed for ten touchdowns this season.
The biggest football game of the season in Cape May County will be broadcast live by Tom Williams and Prime Events on Shore 106.3FM Friday evening. Ocean City visits Middle Township in a game that features huge playoff implications for both teams. For a game preview, visit CoastSportsToday.com.
Boys’ soccer teams from Lower Cape May Regional and Wildwood High schools donned shirts to support the awareness of breast cancer during their matchup Wednesday evening in Erma. The teams have also ordered 300 pink shirts that players from both sides have been selling to raise money to fight the disease. For more, see…