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  • Princeton’s Shayla Marciano – Michigan LAX commit

    Princeton’s Shayla Marciano – Michigan LAX commit

    One of Mercer County’s best didn’t get to touch the lacrosse field this year but it doesn’t take away from the greatness she’s brought with her the last three seasons. In 2019 Princeton’s Shaylah Marciano had 62 goals, 50 assists and 76 draw controls to help lead the Tigers to a Central Group 4 Title. […].....Read More »
  • NJSIAA Lays Out Plan For When HS Sports in NJ Can Return

    NJSIAA Lays Out Plan For When HS Sports in NJ Can Return

    It’s been nearly three weeks since officials closed New Jersey schools for the remainder of the 2019-2020 year to curb the spread of COVID-19. That effectively put an end to the spring sports season in 2020. Now the conversation turns to when high school sports in the Garden State can actually resume. New Jersey State […].....Read More »
  • Highland’s Johnny Martin III Commits to Temple

    Highland’s Johnny Martin III Commits to Temple

    Johnny Martin rushed for 11 touchdowns and over 1,000 yards in just six games for Highland last fall. The Tartans rising senior announced his college decision on Thursday night, committing to Temple University. Watch Martin’s junior season highlight reel here: Coverage of Highland is brought to you by Cooper University Health Care......Read More »
  • Oak Knoll’s Keelin Schlageter – Notre Dame LAX commit

    Oak Knoll’s Keelin Schlageter – Notre Dame LAX commit

    Keelin Schlageter of Oak Knoll is one of New Jersey’s and the nation’s top girls lacrosse recruits. Schlageter, committed to the University of Notre Dame, had 52 goals and 88 draw controls for the Royals in her junior season, bringing her career totals to 93 and 114. Watch her highlight reel below: .....Read More »

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Vote now for JSZ’s NJ Devils Feb/March Top Goals!

Vote Every Sunday

Each week JSZ will bring you ten nominations, for current sports in different regions for our Game Ball Awards. These nominations are composed of athletes who had top, player of the week-worthy, performances across the State. You’ll be able to vote for your favorite athlete…the votes tallied,  and the winners will be awarded a JSZ Game Ball & Game Ball Ceremony. (Polls closes every Tuesday at 3PM)

A sample of some polls are below.

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You can always nominate a deserving player for a Game Ball! Just email us (rich@jerseysportszone.com) with the following information:

  1. The player’s Name
  2. The player’s School
  3. The game/date played this week
  4. The player’s stats for that game

How our polls work

Every Vote Counts

Our voting polls work very simply…every vote for someone counts. You may vote as many times as you’d like, but you cannot use a bot to vote continuously or automatically…we have software that detects bots and then disqualifies those votes.

Don’t be alarmed…

Because the votes come in very fast and in large numbers, there are times when you vote for someone and you might see their percentage of the actual vote drop. This is due to the fact that during the voting period, thousands of votes can be registered in a matter of a few minutes, so if another athlete is receiving a larger number of votes, their percentage will increase, while the people with fewer votes will see their overall percentage decrease.

How the Voting Works

Every Vote Counts

Our voting polls work very simply…every vote for someone counts. You may vote as many times as you’d like, but you cannot use a bot to vote continuously or automatically…we have software that detects bots and then disqualifies those votes.

Don’t be alarmed…

Because the votes come in very fast and in large numbers, there are times when you vote for someone and you might see their percentage of the actual vote drop. This is due to the fact that during the voting period, thousands of votes can be registered in a matter of a few minutes, so if another athlete is receiving a larger number of votes, their percentage will increase, while the people with fewer votes will see their overall percentage decrease.

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