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Senior Spotlight: Allie Bridgman
Coronavirus has brought the world to a screeching halt at the moment, and that includes high school sports in the Garden State. JSZ is spotlighting prominent senior athletes who are waiting and hoping to take the field again this spring. Our mission is to tell their stories, and share how they’re trying to stay ready, both physically and mentally. Allie Bridgman helped lead Hightstown to its first ever Group 4 State Championship in 2019, she finished with a .485 batting average, 52 RBI’s and 233 strikeouts. JSZ’s Nery Rodriguez sat down with the Fairfield University commit: Thank you to Princeton Orthopaedic Associates for sponsoring our Hightstown coverage.
Watch Tuesday 3.3 JSZ Playoff Basketball Highlights
It’s a jam-packed night with opening round playoff action all across the state. Check back throughout the evening to watch all of the exciting highlights! Hightstown 65 Monroe 57 | Boys | Central Group 4 Hightstown (5) advanced to the Central Group 4 Quarterfinals with a 65-47 victory over Monroe (12). The Rams were locked into a tight back and forth battle before jumping out to and maintaining an eight point lead in the fourth quarter. Daron Pierre finished with 13 points while Nicky Desmond had 20. Monroe’s Andrew Turco would end the night with 30 points. Hightstown will face South Brunswick (4) in the next round. JSZ’s Nery Rodriguez has the highlights: Thank you to Princeton Orthopaedic Associates for sponsoring both our Hightstown and Monroe coverage. Westfield 73 North Hunterdon 57 | Boys | North 2 Group 4 No. 4 seed Westfield employed marksmanship-level accuracy from beyond the arc Tuesday night as the Blue Devils nailed 11 three-pointers in a win over 13th-seeded North Hunterdon. Griffin Rooney pumped in a team-high 23 points while Colin Freer followed him up with 20 points. The Lions’ Wes Reinagel ended his high school career with a game-high 28 points in the loss. JSZ’s Jay Cook has the highlights from Westfield: Sponsor Shoutout! Jersey Sports Zone’s coverage of the Westfield Blue Devils is brought to you all year long by Assemblyman Jon Bramnick. Cherry Hill East 47 Shawnee 29 | Boys | South Jersey Group 4 The Cougars pulled away in the second half to advance to the sectional quarterfinals. Drew Greene led the way for East with 15 points, while Ryan Greene scored 13 points. John White scored a team-high nine points for the Renegades in the loss. JSZ’s Mike Frankel has the highlights from Cherry Hill: Coverage of Shawnee is made possible by Cooper University Health Care. Rumson-Fair Haven 60 AL Johnson 45 | Boys | Central Jersey Group 2 Geoff Schroeder had 26 points and Jack Carroll added 17 points, 8 rebounds and five blocked shots to give the Bulldogs a spot in the Central Jersey Group 2 quarterfinals and a third showdown with Shore Conference champion Manasquan. JSZ’s Rich Chrampanis has the highlights from Clark: Jersey Sports Zone is excited to have ACI Medical & Dental School join our team and present our Central Jersey Game Balls all year long in addition to allowing us to bring great highlights and features to Rumson-Fair Haven and Middletown North. One of the top technical schools in NJ, Advantage Career Institute Medical & Dental School in Central New Jersey offers a variety of programs in the in-demand medical and dental industries. Visit ACI.edu to learn more! Eastern 58 Rancocas Valley 54 | Boys | South Jersey Group 4 The Vikings held off a second-half rally from the Red Devils to punch its ticket to the S.J. Group 4 quarterfinals. Zubair Lee shined with a team-high 17 points to lead a balanced Eastern attack. Javontae Jones poured in a game-high 25 points in the loss. JSZ’s James Mooney has the highlights from Voorhees: Coverage of Eastern is brought to you by Cooper University Health Care. Jackson Memorial 82 Rancocas Valley 55 | Girls | South Jersey Group 4 A second half surge paced by 14 three pointers stretched the lead for the Lady Jags as they cruise by the Red Devils. Kristina Donza lead the Jags with 30 points as 21 came from beyond the arc. She also had 10 rebounds and 6 assists. Donza had help from all avenues as Ally Vella had a double-double of 13 points and 13 rebounds, Rachel Capua had 20 points and 6 rebounds, Bianca Giordano had 11 assists and freshman Zoie Maffei had 13 points. Kayla Williams put up 21 points for Rancocas Valley in the loss. JSZ’s Kenneth Bradley has the highlights from Jackson: Coverage of Jackson Memorial is brought to you from Louro Chiropractic Center!
Watch Wednesday 2.26 JSZ Tournament Basketball Highlights
The action continues to heat up before the start of the state playoffs, with semifinal games in the Union County Tournament, the Cape-Atlantic League Tournament and the Mercer County Tournament. Check back throughout the night for all of the highlights! The Patrick School 59 Linden 36 | Union County Tournament Semifinal The Patrick School, seeded as the top team in Union County, received points from 12 different players in Tuesdays semifinal win over fourth-seeded Linden. Jonathan Kuminga, Zarique Nutter, Adama Sanogo and Noah Farrakhan helped fuel the win. The Celtics are set to face off against rival Roselle Catholic in the finals on Saturday evening. JSZ’s Jay Cook has the highlights from Kean University: Roselle Catholic 52 Elizabeth 46 | Union County Tournament Semifinal Florida commit Niels Lane was seemingly always in the fast lane Tuesday night as his team-high 15 points helped Roselle Catholic reach the Union County Final for the third straight season. Corey Floyd, Jr. and Cliff Omoruyi each reached double-figured in the win. This sets up a major showdown against The Patrick School as Roselle Catholic will look to defend two consecutive county championship seasons. JSZ’s Jay Cook has the highlights from Kean University: Trenton Catholic 85 Hightstown 63 | Mercer County Tournament Semifinal Trenton Catholic (4) defeated top seeded Hightstown (1) to advance to the program’s seventh straight Mercer County Title. The reigning MCT Champs were led by VCU commit Jamir Watkins who finished with 28 points. The Iron Mike’s will face Nottingham (3) in the Championship Game. JSZ’s Nery Rodriguez has the highlights: Thank you to Princeton Orthopaedic Associates for sponsoring both our Trenton Catholic and Hightstown coverage. Nottingham 61 Robbinsville 47 | Mercer County Tournament Semifinal Nottingham (3) advanced to the Mercer County Tournament final with an upset victory over Robbinsville (2). The Northstars were locked into a close battle with Robbinsville early on, as the game was tied at nine after the first quarter. Kishawn Douragh would be a spark plug for Nottingham in the second half, ending the night with 18 points. The Northstars will face fourth-seeded Trenton Catholic in the MCT Final. JSZ’s Nery Rodriguez has the highlights: Thank you to Princeton Orthopaedic Associates for sponsoring both our Nottingham and Robbinsville coverage. St. Augustine 65 Mainland 41 |Cape-Atlantic League Tournament Semifinal The Hermits trailed by eight after the first quarter, but dominated the second and third quarters to punch a ticket to the Cape-Atlantic League title game. Matt Delaney led the Prep with 19 points. Elmarko Jackson added 16 points in the victory. Jaquan Mace scored 12 points for the Mustangs in the loss. St. Augustine will face Wildwood Catholic in the CAL Tournament final on Saturday at Stockton University. JSZ’s Mike Frankel has the highlights from Galloway: Wildwood Catholic 61 St. Joseph (Hamm.) 47 | Cape-Atlantic League Tournament Semifinal The Crusaders take the rubber match with the Wildcats and set a date with St. Augustine in the Cape-Atlantic League Tournament final. It was a back-and-forth contest for three quarters, but Wildwood Catholic exploded in the fourth quarter to put the game away. Taj Thweatt put together a monster night, scoring 25 points and pulling down 12 rebounds in the win. JSZ’s James Mooney has the highlights from Galloway:
Ryan Hogan brings home Central Jersey Game Ball for Highstown Herd
It’s been quite a season for Hightstown. The Rams have emerged as the premiere team in Mercer County with a current 15-5 record. In their 62-48 win over Ewing Ryan Hogan scored 18 points. The fans have spoken and he is this week’s ACI Central Jersey Game Ball Winner! JSZ’s Nery Rodriguez stopped by practice for another heartfelt ceremony: Take Our Poll Jersey Sports Zone is excited to have ACI Medical & Dental School join our team and present our Central Jersey Game Balls all year long. One of the top technical schools in NJ, Advantage Career Institute Medical & Dental School in Central New Jersey offers a variety of programs in the in-demand medical and dental industries. Visit ACI.edu to learn more! Thanks to everyone who voted last week. This Sunday, we’ll have 10 more nominees for boys and girls in Central Jersey. You can nominate any great performances from this week by emailing email@example.comImage
Watch Monday 2.10 JSZ Playoff Wrestling Highlights
The state team wrestling playoffs begin with sectional quarterfinal action! Be sure to check back throughout the night for plenty of pins! Delsea 43 Gateway 19 | South Jersey Group 3 The Crusaders are chasing their 10th consecutive South Jersey title, and they rolled past the Gators to open the playoffs. Travis Griffith, Tim Spatola, Asa Walton and Justin Dougherty all secured pins for Delsea in the victory. Chris Howarth and Tom Goetz both won by fall for Gateway in the loss. JSZ’s Mike Frankel has the highlights from Franklinville: Coverage of Delsea is brought to you by NJM Insurance. Long Branch 39 Hightstown 18 | Central Jersey Group 4 Long Branch last won a sectional title in 2018 and looked to rekindle that spark Monday as the Green Wave won nine of 14 bouts to advance in the Central Jersey Group 4 tournament. Upperweight studs Pat O’Dwyer and Tracey Taylor scored decision wins while Dylan Kelleher, Ryan Zimmerman and Ryan Carey each notched pins in the win. JSZ’s Jay Cook has the highlights from Long Branch: Sponsor Shoutout! Jersey Sports Zone’s coverage of Long Branch (Rosario Realty) and Hightstown (Princeton Orthopaedic Associates) was brought to you by a pair of loyal JSZ sponsors. Without them, we wouldn’t have been at this match! Jackson Memorial 41 Freehold Boro 18 | Central Jersey Group 4 The returning Central Jersey Group 4 champions got off to a strong start in the sectional quarterfinals with a big win over the Colonials. Jackson won nine of 14 bouts, six of which were bonus point victories with four pins. Brad Galassi, Mike Rauch, Hunter Smith and Kyle Epperly all won by fall for the Jags. Shore Conference champion Nico Messina won by pin for Freehold Boro. JSZ’s Kenneth Bradley has the highlights from Jackson: Our coverage of Freehold Boro (Playa Bowls of Freehold Raceway Mall) and Jackson Memorial (Louro Chiropractic Center) was brought to you by two great sponsors!
Vote now for ACI Medical & Dental School Week 6 JSZ Central Jersey Game Balls
We’ve got another great batch of top performances around the Shore Conference, GMC and Mercer County! Every Sunday during the basketball season, JSZ combs through the boxscores and comes up with 20 nominees for boys and girls basketball from Central Jersey who are up for two JSZ Game Balls. The polls are open NOW through Tuesday at 3:00 pm. JSZ will pay a visit to a mid-week practice or game and present Game Balls to the winners of our polls. Thanks to coaches who have sent us nominations for their players. A reminder that you can email firstname.lastname@example.org by Saturday night for any players who you think are worthy of a Game Ball nomination. Take Our Poll Take Our Poll Jersey Sports Zone is excited to have ACI Medical & Dental School join our team and present our Central Jersey Game Balls all year long in addition to allowing us to bring great highlights and features to Rumson-Fair Haven and Middletown North. One of the top technical schools in NJ, Advantage Career Institute Medical & Dental School in Central New Jersey offers a variety of programs in the in-demand medical and dental industries. Visit ACI.edu to learn more! Last Week’s Game Balls It was great to visit Immaculata and Rumson-Fair Haven last week to hand out two more JSZ Game Balls
Watch Tuesday 1.14 JSZ Basketball Highlights
Hightstown 64 Allentown 59 | Boys Hightstown improved to (8-3) with a thrilling comeback win over Allentown (6-4). The Red Birds raced out to a commanding 19-point lead by the second quarter before Hightstown cut the deficit to eight at halftime. Then it was the Rams’ turn to go on a scoring frenzy as they would come up with seven points in less than a minute to take a 30-29 lead, and stay in command for the entire second half. Ben Simon finished with 12 points for Hightstown while RJ Weise had 10 points. Dante Weise 16 points and Tim Mastromarino ended the night with 20 points. JSZ’s Nery Rodriguez has the highlights: Thank you to Princeton Orthopaedic Associates for sponsoring both our Hightstown and Allentown coverage. Montville 73 West Morris 41 | Girls Montville girls basketball remains undefeated. The Mustangs dominated form start to finish as they topped NJAC opponent West Morris. The Vito twins, Bella and Dani, combined for 32 points. Bella lead the way with 18 points and eight rebounds while Dani compiled a double-double with 14 points and 10 rebounds. Bella Vito was awarded the JSZ Game Ball for her game-winning buzzer-beater on January 6th against Watching Hills. JSZ’s Kenneth Bradley has the highlights and the Game Ball presentation:
Watch Monday 12.23 JSZ Boys Basketball Highlights
Before the holiday festivities kick off, Jersey Sports Zone has you covered with exciting basketball action from across the Garden State and even in New York City, too! The Patrick School 72 Roselle Catholic 64 | 2019 Kyrie Invitational The stars were aligned for one of the most high-profile debuts in recent memory surrounding New Jersey high school basketball. Jonathon Kuminga, the No. 1 ranked prospect in the Class of 2021, made his much-anticipated first appearance with the Celtics after a judge ordered a “stay” on the case surrounding his eligibility this season. Kuminga put up 20 points in his debut while former St. Patrick’s star and current Brooklyn Net Kyrie Irving watched from center court. JSZ’s Jay Cook has the highlights from the Barclays Center in Brooklyn: Camden 71 Cherokee 35 The High is absolutely loaded with talent this year, as the Panthers hope to end a 20-year state title drought. They power past the Chiefs thanks to 15 points from freshman phenom D.J. Wagner, 13 points from Kentucky commit Lance Ware, and 11 points from TaQuan Woodley. JSZ’s Mike Frankel has the highlights from this Olympic Conference clash: We’ll have plenty of Camden coverage all season long thanks to Cooper University Health Care. Hightstown 67 South Brunswick 50 With both Hightstown and South Brunswick dominating in their season openers, the Colonial Valley/Greater Middlesex Conference crossover matchup was highly anticipated by Central Jersey basketball fans. South Brunswick held onto a slim 12-11 lead after the first quarter, but the Rams offense got hot, going up by as many as 17 points by the fourth. Ben Simon would finish with 29 points for Hightstown. JSZ’s Nery Rodriguez has the highlights: Thank you to Princeton Orthopaedic Associates for sponsoring both our Hightstown and South Brunswick coverage.
Watch Monday 10.21 JSZ Soccer Highlights
The state playoffs haven’t started yet, but there’s still plenty to play for this week. JSZ has exciting tournament action from all over the Garden State. Check back throughout the night for all of the highlights! Pennington 3 Hightstown 0 – Boys Mercer County Tournament Semifinals No. 3 seed Pennington has won the last four Mercer County tournaments and punched a ticket to their fifth-straight final Monday in a 3-0 handling to 10-seed Hightstown. Pennington star Mansour Diop netted a pair of first half goals to build a lead, and Babacar Naing tacked on one more in the final minutes. JSZ’s Jay Cook has the highlights from Pennington: Sponsor Shoutout! JSZ’s coverage of all Pennington athletics is proudly brought to you by Princeton Orthopaedic Associates! Notre Dame 5 Princeton 2 – Boys Mercer County Tournament Semifinals Danny Bensch scored two goals to lead the Notre Dame attack giving him 22 for the season and the Irish won their 11th straight game to reach the MCT finals and a matchup with defending champ, Pennington. JSZ’s Kenneth Bradley has the highlights from Hopewell Valley: Jersey Sports Zone’s coverage of Princeton and Notre Dame is made possible by Princeton Orthopaedic Associates Washington Twp. 2 Egg Harbor Twp. 1 – Boys S.J. Coaches Tournament Quarterfinal Minutemen pressure led to an Eagles own goal with ten seconds left in the game, as 11th-seeded Washington Township advanced to the South Jersey Soccer Coaches Association Tournament semifinals. Ryan Cleary scored on a set piece to give the the Minutemen a 1-0 lead, before E.J. Martin answered with a goal for the third-seeded Eagles with five minutes remaining. Washington Township will face second-seeded Clearview in the semifinal round on Wednesday night in Cherry Hill. JSZ’s Mike Frankel has the highlights: Coverage of Washington Township is made possible by Cooper University Health Care. Moorestown 2 St. Augustine 0 – Boys S.J. Coaches Tournament Quarterfinal The Quakers stun the top-seeded Hermits in the quarterfinals of the South Jersey Soccer Coaches Association Tournament. Junior Evan Buckley broke a scoreless tie in the 73rd minute with a goal off a rebound. Sophomore Cade McGrath iced the game in the final minute with a breakaway goal. Moorestown advances to face fourth-seeded Kingsway in the SJSCA Tournament semifinals on Wednesday night in Cherry Hill. JSZ’s James Mooney has the highlights from Richland: Coverage of Moorestown is brought to you by NJM Insurance Group.
JSZ Year in Review: Top Softball Games of 2019
Jersey Sports Zone is about capturing great video highlights. As we get ready to turn the page towards the 2019-20 school year, we take one more look back at the top games captured by our cameras. Our series continues with wrestling. First time champions, walk-offs, dominating pitching performances, New Jersey sets the bar high when it comes to softball. Here are our most viewed games of the 2019 season. 10. Cedar Grove 7 Buena 1 Cedar Grove remained amongst the top powers in the state throughout 2019. The Panthers raised a Group 1 State Championship thanks to 12 hits as pitcher Mia Faieta allowed just two and one earned run from the mound. 9. Lodi Immaculate 4 St. Joseph (Hammonton) 0 Immaculate Conception is no stranger to State Titles, the Blue Wolves captured their seventh straight Non-Public B Crown with a 4-0 shutout against St. Joseph (Hammonton). A huge 3-run home run from sophomore Christina Braid would open the lead late in this intense showdown. 8. Robbinsville 9 Steinert 5 Hard to top a better ending to a rivalry game than a grand slam to take the lead in the top of the seventh. Robbinsville’s Devon Witt can cross it off her bucket list as she propelled the Ravens to a 9-5 win over Steinert with one swing of the bat. 7. Steinert 10 Hamilton West 0 Reigning Tournament of Champion Winners Steinert began the season with an impressive 10-0 shutout over Colonial Valley Conference rival Hamilton West. It was a preview of things to come as the Spartans remained in the NJ Top 20 for all of 2019. 6. Donovan Catholic 10 Cedar Grove 0 The final softball game of the year saw a dominant power raise its very first Tournament of Champions Title. Donovan Catholic ended an impressive season with a huge win over a state power to make history. 5. Middletown North 5 Chatham 0 They may have been overlooked at times, but make no mistake Middletown North was in the driver’s seat the entire time. The Lions raised their very first Group 3 State Championship with a 5-0 win over Chatham. 4. Hightstown 9 Mount Olive 4 Emotions ran high in this battle of rookie State Title contenders. Highstown won its first ever group 4 state final following an impressive performance from pitcher Allie Bridgman that included 3 RBI’s and 10 strikeouts. 3. Westfield 8 Middletown North 6 It took 11 innings, but Westfield was able to best eventual State Champions Middletown North 8-6. A total of four home runs from both teams headlined this wild finish. 2. Ramsey 2 Bordentown 1 Who doesn’t like a walk-off? Emma Cunningham helped lead Ramsey to the Group 2 State Title with a heroic late inning hit for a 2-1 win over Bordentown. 1. Donovan Catholic 11 Mount Saint Donovan 1 Donovan Catholic continued a historic season as they captured their first Non-Public A State Title before winning the Tournament of Champions. DC edged Mount Saint Mary’s 11-1 to advance to the TOC Final.
East snaps Sunshine Classic losing streak!
East 14 West 7 The Annual Sunshine Football Classic is one of the most talked about events of the year in Mercer County and this year’s finale will surely have fans buzzing for some time. Notre Dame High School played host to the All-Star Game featuring athletes from Mercer, Burlington and Hunterdon County. East would score early in the first following a 61 yard reception from Liam Monohan of Hightstown to West Windsor-Plainsboro North’s Jahmiq Johnson, it would lead to a short rushing touchdown from Florence’s Jujuan Hays. West would counter to tie the game midway through the second before a lightning delay stopped action for over thirty minutes. Once play resumed Hays would then score once again to help East take the lead. Unfortunately with lightning still being an issue the game was called in the third quarter, ending West’s four year win streak. JSZ’s Nery Rodriguez was there for all the action:
Vote now for JSZ’s Spring Sports Plays of the Year!
Big moments, amazing athleticism and pure power highlight Jersey Sports Zone’s spring sports plays of the year. We have over 40 nominees in three categories. Watch the best highlights captured by our cameras and cast your vote now! The 2019 spring sports season has come to a close and JSZ went through all of our games to pick the best plays captured by our camera. We’ve got nominees for the JSZ Lax goal of the year, web gem of the year (baseball and softball) plus the spring sports clutch play of the year featuring walk-off wins on the diamond, overtime lax thrillers and great arms from the outfield on the diamond. Our polls will stay open through Friday at 3:00 pm and we will honor our plays of the year winners this summer. A special thanks to all the athletes who are responsible for these fantastic clips! JSZ Lax Goal of the Year Take Our Poll JSZ Spring Sports Clutch Play of the Year Take Our Poll JSZ Web Gem of the Year Take Our Poll
Watch Saturday 6.1 State Championship Softball Highlights
Three state champions are crowned at Kean University and JSZ was there for highlights and post-game reaction from the trio of title games. A reminder that we’ll also have highlights of three more state finals on Sunday from Kean. Enjoy the highlights and congratulations to all the state champions! Donovan Catholic 11 Mount St. Dominic 1 – Non-Public A State Championship Donovan Catholic proved why they’re New Jersey’s best team, plain and simple. Only 24 hours after winning a marathon game in the sectional finals, the Griffins went right to business — they shot out to a 9-0 lead after an explosive first inning and never looked back after finishing Mount St. Dominic via the mercy rule in five innings. JSZ’s Jay Cook has all the highlights and post-game reaction from this historic first state title in Donovan Catholic history: Hightstown 9 Mount Olive 4 – Group 4 State Championship For the first time in program history No. 10 in the NJ Top 20 Hightstown brought home the Group 4 State Championship. Mount Olive would take a 1-0 lead in the top of the third before Morghan Fleisher would help the Rams go ahead 2-1 on a 2 RBI double in the bottom of the inning. Hightstown eventually led 5-1 before the Marauders cut it to a one run lead in the sixth. However, thanks to a two run homer from Abby Bell and a 2 RBI double from pitcher Allie Bridgman they pushed the deficit to 9-4 in the sixth. Bridgman finished the day with 10 strikeouts. JSZ’s Nery Rodriguez has the highlights: Thank you to Princeton Orthopaedic Associates for sponsoring our Hightstown coverage! Ramsey 2 Bordentown 1 – Group 2 State Championship Emma Cunningham’s base hit to left plated younger sister Sophie with the game winning run in the bottom of the 7th to give the Rams their first state title since 2015 after losing in the finals in the previous two years. Bordentown jumped out to a 1-0 lead on a solo homer from Makenza Goleniecki, but Ramsey responded in the third with a two out RBI single courtesy of catcher Kaitlin Houser. In the bottom of the 7th, Sophie Cunningham bunted her way to first followed by base hit from pitcher Victoria Sebastian setting the stage for Emma Cunningham’s heroics. JSZ’s Rich Chrampanis has the highlights and fantastic post-game reaction from Kean University:
Steinert softball ends nine year county tournament drought
No. 7 Steinert 1 No. 12 Hightstown 0 – Mercer County Tournament Final No. 7 Steinert (3) defeated No. 12 Highstown (1) 1-0 to claim their first Mercer County Tournament Title since 2010. A pitching duel between Steinert’s Kaylee Whittaker and Hightstown’s Allie Bridgeman took center stage early. Whittaker had five strikeouts in the first two innings as Bridgeman had four. Bella Truelove drove in the only run of the game on an RBI single in the top of the third. The Spartans continued to hold onto that small lead thanks to the continued outstanding pitching from Kaylee Whittaker. Whittaker finished with just 2 hits allowed and racked up 17 strikeouts. Steinert under first year Head Coach Jenn Melker brought home the program’s ninth MCT Crown. JSZ’s Nery Rodriguez has the highlights: Sponsor! Thank you to Princeton Orthopaedic Associates for sponsoring both our Hightstown and Steinert coverage!
Vote now for the final Game Balls of the spring sports season
Jersey Sports Zone thanks our loyal audience for voting all year long for JSZ Game Balls. We have the final 60 nominees in high school baseball and softball. We’ll keep our polls open through Tuesday at 3:00 pm and visit high school baseball and softball practices or games to present JSZ Game Balls to six more great recipients. Thanks to NJM Insurance for sponsoring JSZ’s South Jersey Game Balls South Jersey Game Ball Nominees presented by NJM Insurance Take Our Poll Take Our Poll North Jersey Game Ball Nominees Take Our Poll Take Our Poll Central Jersey Game Ball Nominees Take Our Poll Take Our Poll
Watch Tuesday 5.7 JSZ Lacrosse Highlights
Notre Dame 10 Hightstown 3 – Boys – Mercer County Tournament Semifinal No. 20 in the NJ Top 20, Notre Dame advanced to the Mercer County Tournament Final with a 10-3 victory over sixth seed Hightstown. The Irish had a big first half that included hat tricks from both Dean Szatkowski and Joey Lippincott. Szatkowski would finish with four goals on the day. ND moves onto its first MCT Title Game since falling to reigning champs Princeton Day in 2017, the two will rematch again in this year’s final. JSZ’s Nery Rodriguez has the highlights: Sponsor! Thank you to Princeton Orthopaedic Associates for sponsoring both our Notre Dame and Hightstown coverage! Red Bank Regional 15 Trinity Hall 12 – Girls – Shore Conference Tournament Quarterfinal The #5 Red Bank Regional Bucs defeated the #4 Trinity Hall Monarchs in a 15-12 victory during the Shore Conference Tournament Quarterfinal. This is the first time the Bucs have made it to the SCT Semifinal in program history. Meghan Murray scored the game-high with six goals. Claudia Kelly scored the second highest with three goals. Trinity Hall’s Colleen Kelly led the Monarchs in goals, tying the game-high with six goals as well. The Bucs will face #1 Rumson-Fair Haven on Thursday for Semifinal. JSZ’s Madison Bess has the highlights and post-game reaction from Colts Neck: Sponsors! Jersey Sports Zone is made possible by Trinity Hall in Tinton Falls! Thank you to Ryser’s Landscape Supply for sponsoring Jersey Sports Zone’s coverage of Red Bank Regional!
Watch Monday 5.6 JSZ Baseball Highlights
After rainstorms downpoured Sunday, we were finally gifted with some warm spring weather Monday as we continue to close in on county playoff contention. JSZ has highlights from South Jersey’s Diamond Classic and the first round of the Mercer County Tournament, including some late regular season wins for Wall and Hillsborough. Enjoy all the highlights! Wall 1 Middletown North 0 Senior lefty Trey Dombroski was near perfect with a 16 strikeouts, no walks one-hitter on the road. Wall’s lone run came on an error in the 5th inning with the bases loaded and that was all that Dombroski needed. Dombroski gave up an early single, but was untouchable after that retiring 18 straight Lions. Wall is now 14-3 and clinches a share of the Shore Conference’s “B” North division championship. Watch the pitching masterpiece from Middletown now: Haddonfield 8 Moorestown 4 – Diamond Classic Opening Round The Haddons surged ahead in the fifth inning and then tacked on runs late to take care of the Quakers in the opening round of the Joe Hartmann Diamond Classic. Dylan Heine threw a complete game and drove in a run in the victory. Chris Mariani, Matt Stamm and Cameron Caruso also finished with an RBI apiece. Nick Yedman and Wyatt Atkinson both drove in runs for Moorestown in the loss. JSZ’s Mike Frankel has the highlights as the Haddons advance to face Cherry Hill West in the Diamond Classic quarterfinal round: Coverage of Haddonfield and Moorestown is made possible by NJM Insurance. Steinert 8 Highstown 0 – Mercer County Tournament Opening Round Sixth seed Steinert kicked off the opening round of the Mercer County Tournament with an 8-0 victory over 11th seeded Hightstown. The Spartans had a breakout second inning in which Josh James, Jordan Nitti and Brady Plunkett would each drive in runs. James went 2-3 with an RBI, Nitti 2-4, RBI and Plunkett finished 1-3 with 2 RBI’s. Steinert moves on to face third seed Notre Dame in the MCT Quarterfinals. JSZ’s Nery Rodriguez has the highlights: Sponsor! Thank you to Princeton Orthopaedic Associates for sponsoring both our Hightstown and Steinert coverage! Hillsborough 6 Immaculata 1 Both Hillsborough and Immaculata are still alive in the Somerset County Tournament, but they still had some unfinished regular season business Monday as the Raiders put another tick into the win column. Hillsborough’s Vince Gamberdella led the way with his sixth home run of the season to accompany a four-RBI game. JSZ’s Jay Cook has the highlights from Flemington: Sponsor Shoutout! Jersey Sports Zone was able to be on hand for this late regular season game thanks to a pair of loyal sponsors — Princeton Orthopaedic Associates (Hillsborough) and Diamond Nation (Immaculata)!
May Has Arrived! Which of These 60 Players Should Win a Spring Game Ball?
The Jersey Sports Zone team has scoured the state nominating the top players and performances from the diamond. Cast your vote now for our fifth edition of Game Balls of the 2019 spring sports season! We have ten nominees from baseball and softball in North, Central and South Jersey. Our polls stay open through Tuesday at 3:00 pm. The winners of our polls will receive a JSZ Game Ball at a mid-week practice or game. Coaches, players, and fans can nominate a player for a JSZ Game Ball by emailing us by Saturday night: North Jersey- Jay Cook (Jay@JerseySportsZone.com) South Jersey – Mike Frankel (MikeFrankel@JerseySportsZone.com) Central Jersey- Rich Chrampanis (Rich@JerseySportsZone.com) South Jersey Game Balls (Presented by NJM Insurance) Take Our Poll Take Our Poll North Jersey Game Balls Take Our Poll Take Our Poll Central Jersey Game Balls Take Our Poll Take Our Poll
60 more great nominees up for JSZ Hoops Game Balls
It’s time to honor great performances from New Jersey high school basketball with our JSZ Game Balls. We have polls for North, Central and South Jersey in both boys and girls categories. The polls are open now through Tuesday at 3:00 pm. We look forward to handing out 6 JSZ Game Balls every week and we’ll stop by mid-week practices or games to make a presentation. NJM Insurance South Jersey Game Ball Nominees Take Our Poll Take Our Poll Jersey Sports Zone is able to honor South Jersey athletes every week thanks to the support of NJM Insurance JSZ North Jersey Game Ball Nominees Take Our Poll Take Our Poll JSZ Central Jersey Game Ball Nominees Take Our Poll Take Our Poll Coaches and fans – if you have a player that is worthy of nominating contact email@example.com by Saturday evening
Top Hoops Performances up for JSZ Game Balls – Vote Now!
It’s time to honor great performances from New Jersey high school basketball with our JSZ Game Balls. We have polls for North, Central and South Jersey in both boys and girls categories. The polls are open now through Tuesday at 3:00 pm. We look forward to handing out 6 JSZ Game Balls every week and we’ll stop by mid-week practices or games to make a presentation. NJM South Jersey Game Ball Nominees Take Our Poll Take Our Poll Thanks to NJM Insurance for sponsoring JSZ’s South Jersey Game Balls Central Jersey Game Ball Nominees Take Our Poll Take Our Poll North Jersey Game Ball Nominees Take Our Poll Take Our Poll Coaches and fans – if you have a player that is worthy of nominating contact firstname.lastname@example.org by Saturday evening
Watch JSZ Football Highlights from 10.5
What a week! Friday night lights action from Week Five did not disappoint. Throughout the night, Jersey Sports Zone will be posting highlights from 10 games across the Garden State. Those include an overtime thriller between St. Peter’s Prep and Don Bosco Prep, Red Bank Catholic’s huge Shore Conference win, a last-second bonanza in Sayreville and a bevy of other games from all parts of the state. Watch our teaser video then scroll down to watch all 10 games of action: St. Peter’s Prep 26 Don Bosco Prep 23 (OT) St. Peter’s Prep quarterback Maasai Maynor led the Marauders with a four-touchdown performance including a five-yard touchdown run in overtime to capture a 26-23 win over Don Bosco Prep. Maynor tallied 325 yards in the offensive outburst for St. Peter’s Prep. The win comes six days after the Marauders mustered 13 points against a stout DePaul Catholic defense. JSZ’s Jay Cook was in Ramsey for this North Jersey instant classic: Sayreville 13 Edison 12 There was only 0.5 seconds left on the clock, but that was enough time for Mark Whitford to find Jacari Carter in the corner of the end zone from 18 yards out to give Sayreville a dramatic win on the road. JSZ’s Bryan DeNovellis was there to capture all the excitement from one of the best finshes from the 2018 season: Red Bank Catholic 41 Long Branch 14 The Caseys took over a 14-14 game with six minutes to go in the third with 27 unanswered points to get to 6-0 on the season. Steve Lubischer had a 49 yard TD run and two TD passes, both caught by MJ Wright. Billy Guidetti had three scores on the ground. JSZ has all the highlights and post-game reaction from the big Shore Conference showdown: This great game was made possible thanks to Playa Bowls of Red Bank (RBC sponsor) and Rosario Realty (Long Branch sponsor) Haddonfield 27 West Deptford 21 Haddonfield quarterback Jay Foley accounted for three touchdowns in a 27-21 win against West Deptford in a rematch of last year’s South Jersey Group II Sectional title game. The Bulldawgs now move onto an impressive 6-0 start on the 2018 and have become one of South Jersey’s top talents. JSZ’s Mike Frankel has all the highlights: Sponsor Shoutout! Jersey Sports Zone is proud to partner with NJM Insurance to sponsor South Jersey athletics all year long! Middletown South 14 Toms River North 13 Trevor Brey’s 1-yard TD run in the fourth quarter with a Chris Kaldrovics extra point gave the Eagles a fifth straight win and a one-point victory at Toms River North. The Eagles executed a number of key third down conversions which was the key to clinching the Shore Conference’s American Division. JSZ has the highlights of a much-anticipated matchup in Ocean County: Thanks to Monmouth Building Center for sponsoring JSZ’s coverage of the Middletown South Eagles. Toms River North action on JSZ is made possible courtesy of CJA Construction Notre Dame 28 Hightstown 7 After dropping their season opener against Allentown, Notre Dame has bounced back with four straight victories. In their latest matchup with Hightstown the Irish got ahead early thanks to a pair of touchdowns from running back Cortaz Williams to lead 21-7 at halftime. In the second half both teams would lead back to back defensive stands, but Notre Dame quarterback Robbie Buecker would put one last score on the board to get his team the W. JSZ’s Nery Rodriguez has the call: Thank you to Princeton Orthopaedic Associates for sponsoring both our Notre Dame and Hightstown coverage. We look forward to bringing you more Irish and Rams athletics all year long! Phillipsburg 56 Hillsborough 6 Phillipsburg football is famous for producing outstanding running backs, thanks to players like Joe Green. However, tonight the Liners showed off a second offensive threat. Senior QB, Jack Stagaard lead Pburg to a win over Hillsborough, after throwing for over 250 yards and 3 touchdowns. If you learn one thing this from this game, it should be that Phillipsburg has a plethora of offensive talent. Our MMJ Courtney DuPont has the highlights for you! Check them out now: Sponsor Alert!! Coverage of Hillsborough is brought to you by Princeton Ortho. Thank you Princeton Ortho for the continued support of Raider Athletics! Coverage of Phillipsburg is brought to you by the Garnet Booster Club. Thanks to this great sponsor JSZ will bring you exciting Liner highlights all season long! Holmdel 21 Donovan Catholic 11 Cameron LaMountain had two TD runs to hand Donovan Catholic its first loss of the season. The Hornets improve to 4-1 and stand alone atop the Shore Conference’s National Division. Watch JSZ’s highlights of Holmdel’s big win in Toms River: BCB-Bayshore, Your Community Bank, is the reason we can bring you great highlights from the Holmdel Hornets all year long Red Bank Regional 35 Toms River East 7 The Bucs got two TD’s from Nigel Mitchell and continue to turn heads in the Shore Conference with a 4-1 record. RBR raced out to a 21-0 lead at the end of one and led 35-0 after a Makai Mickens 40 yard TD run in the third quarter. JSZ has the highlights and post-game reaction from Madison Bess in Little Silver: Thanks to Ryser’s Landscape Supply for allowing us to be on hand for so many special moments from the 2018 football season! Kingsway 21 Hammonton 14 The Kingsway Dragons used a potent ground game to edge out a one-score victory over the Hammonton Blue Devils on Friday night. Running back AJ Butler notched 77 yards and a pair of scores to push Kingsway to 4-2 on the season. JSZ’s Mike Frankel has the great highlights:
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Jersey Sports Zone brings you Thursday high school soccer highlights from around New Jersey. North Hunterdon 1 Hunterdon Central 1 | Double OT Tie Crosstown rivals met at Hunterdon Central High School for a matchup that is always exciting. This year it ended in a tie. Central’s goalie John Padavano had 9 saves, while Nick Fetten had 13 or North. Check out full highlights now: Delbarton 2 Chatham 0 – Boys Soccer The Delbarton Green Wave kept their spot as the top team in the Garden State after a 2-0 win at home against Chatham. Second half goals from Ryan Ruffo and Brendan McSorley secured the win. JSZ’s Jay Cook has the highlights from Morristown: South Brunswick 2 East Brunswick 1 – Boys Soccer Jake Stump and Corey Peterson scored first half goals and keeper Justin Cross held off constant pressure in the second half to give the Vikings a rivalry win in the Greater Middlesex Conference. Derek Ferro scored the lone goal for East Brunswick who suffers their first loss of the season to drop to 4-1-1. JSZ has highlights of South Brunswick reaching the 7-0 mark: Hopewell Valley 1 Hightstown 0 – Boys Soccer Hopewell Valley picked up their second consecutive win Thursday afternoon after defeating Hightstown 1-0. What was mostly a scoreless game finally saw life when Eric Goldberg scored with 15 minutes remaining. The Bulldogs would hold onto that lead to improve to 2-3-1 on the year. Watch the highlights: Thank you to Princeton Orthopaedic Associates for sponsoring both our Hopewell Valley and Hightstown coverage.
Hightstown 2018 Season Preview
While 5-5 may not be your ideal record it was the best Hightstown had seen in over a decade. This year not only do they enter with higher expectations, they enter with a new coach. Former college coach Kyle Fullen planned on being a defensive coordinator at Monroe prior to the week of training camp. He then got a call asking to be the next Rams Head Coach. JSZ’s Nery Rodriguez stops by to check out Hightstown on their first week of training camp: 2018 Schedule Saturday, September 8 – at Princeton Friday, September 14 – ALLENTOWN Friday, September 21 – LAWRENCE Friday, September 28 – at West Windsor- Plainsboro North/ South Friday, October 5 – NOTRE DAME Saturday, October 13 – at Northern Burlington Friday, October 19 – HAMILTON Friday, October 26 – at Hopewell Valley Sponsor Shoutout!
JSZ Year in Review: Top Girls Lax Games of 2018
Top 10 Girls Lacrosse Games: The 2018 high school girls LAX season saw sensational performances in the cage, incredible web gems, and goals of the year. Jersey Sports Zone captured the best of the best, and here are the Top 10 most viewed games on Jersey Sports Zone from last season in New Jersey high school girls LAX: #10. Ridgewood 12 Clearview 9 | Group 4 State Final After being eliminated in the first round of the Group 4 state playoffs following their Sectional Title win last season, No. 1 Ridgewood bounced back to win their third State Championship in four years against Clearview. The maroons jumped out to a 5-0 lead thanks to Lillie Kloak who would wound up with an early hat trick in the first half, but Clearview countered to cut the lead 8-4 at the break. In the second half the Pioneers would keep it a close game, coming within 3 goals, but Ridgewood led by Marley Scala who scored 4 times would hold on to win 12-9. #9. Notre Dame 9 Princeton 8 Notre Dame coming off two impressive blowout victories to begin their 2018 year had a bit more trouble when they ran into Colonial Valley Conference rival Princeton. The Irish were locked into a head to head battle that saw multiple lead changes. Princeton took a late 2 goal lead and thanks to the heroics of Danielle Losier who ended the day with 5 goals, she tied it up and then helped Notre Dame take the lead in the final minutes to come away with the victory. #8. Allentown 7 Notre Dame 3 The match up between the Colonial Valley’s two Top 20 did not disappoint as the first half of Allentown and Notre Dame was a defensive battle that left us knotted up 1-1 at halftime. However, the tides shifted in favor of Allentown for the second half. Rutgers commit Marin Hartshorn led the Red Birds to a 7-3 victory and handed ND their first loss of the season thanks to a four goal performance. Your second look at this exciting rivalry has now arrived: #7. Notre Dame 13 Holy Cross 2 Notre Dame kicked off the season with an impressive 15-3 win over conference rival Hopewell Valley. The Irish rolled into their next meeting with Holy Cross Academy, coming off an upset to reigning Group 2 Champ Haddon Township with that same momentum. With great transitional play Notre Dame was unstoppable in the 13-2 victory over the Lancers. ND was led by second year transfer Danielle Loser, who put on a spectacular four goal performance. #6. Allentown 15 Hightstown 2 | MCT Quarterfinals Following a tough loss to No. 12 Bridgewater- Raritan, Allentown entered the Mercer County Tournament with some extra momentum. The second seed Red Birds coming off a 10 goal win in the opening round continued their success against No. 7 Hightstown. Freshman Alyssa Castellano was the difference maker, her 5 goal performance propelled Allentown to a 15-2 victory and a trip to the MCT Semifinals. #5. Bishop Ahr 11 vs Edison 8 Cassidy Veltre scored 4 goals in the 2nd half as The Trojans of Bishop Ahr were in prime position with a commanding 11-5 lead late in the 2nd half. Edison responded with 3 goals to make it a 11-8 game with just 1:30 remaining, but Bishop Ahr got a key save in net by Sydeny Samuelson and was able to hold off the Edison comeback for a 11-8 win on the road. #4. RBR 8 vs Shore Regional 7 | 1st Round SCT Meghan Murray scored the Bucs final two goals including the game-winner with :37 left in the game to give the Bucs a spot in the SCT quarterfinals. Murray finished with a hat-trick and freshman goalie Emily Dee made eight saves including three critical stops in the final five minutes. Shore was led by Ohio State signee Mary Kate George who had five goals. Red Bank Regional went on to face #1 seed Rumson-Fair Haven in the quarterfinals. #3. Moorestown 14 vs Ridgewood 9 | Tournament of Champions Kara Rahaim made 10 of her 16 saves in the second half and Ridgewood scored five straight goals in the second to reach the Tournament of Champions final. Cat Roxas had a hat trick and four other Maroons scored two goals as well. JSZ is here to give you a second look at this exciting memory for the Maroons. #2. RBC 8 vs RBR 7 Kristen Pezzullo’s goal with 2:22 remaining proved to be the game-winner as the Caseys complete a season sweep of their rival. Red Bank Regional had a 4-3 lead at the half and took a 6-5 lead in the second half before RBC strung together three straight goals capped off by Pezzullo’s second tally of the game. Mackenzie Boyle led the RBC attack with three goals. #1. RFH 11 vs Manasquan 7 | SCT Girls Final Gill Curran scored three first-half goals and freshman Chase Boyle added a pair of scores in the second half to give RFH a remarkable sixth consecutive SCT title. Manasquan rallied from 5-2 down in the first half to tie the game at 6. Curran’s third goal of the game gave Rumson a 7-6 lead at the half. Jenna Harms second goal of the game got the Warriors within 8-7, but RFH closed the game out with three straight goals. This is your number 1 viewed girls lacrosse game here on JSZ!
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(4) Monroe 11 (5) Hightstown 10 – Girls Group 4 Quarterfinals For the second year in a row two time defending Greater Middlesex Conference Tournament Champions Monroe found themselves in a position to make school history in the Group 4 Quarterfinals. After falling short in the game a season ago the Falcons switched up the scenario and beat fifth seed Hightstown 11-10 to advance to the semifinals for the very first time. Monroe got ahead early thanks to Paige Gandy, who found net six times and were able to stay there thanks to a hat trick from Liz Skobelev. The Rams did not go down easy, they countered throughout the game all the way down to the final seconds, just running out of time at the end. Watch the highlights and the postgame interview with Paige Gandy: Sponsor! Thanks to Princeton Orthpaedic Associates for sponsoring our Monroe and Hightstown coverage on JSZ!
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Princeton Day 9 Hightstown 3 – Mercer County Final Second seed Princeton Day grabbed their third straight Mercer County Tournament title with a 9-3 victory over top seeded Hightstown. The Panthers gave Head Coach Rich D’Andrea a send off to remember as senior captain Elon Tuckman added 2 goals in the 3 peat. Watch the highlights now: Sponsor! Thank you to Princeton Orthopaedic Associates for sponsoring our Princeton Day School and Hightstown coverage! CBA 14 Rumson-Fair Haven 8 – Shore Conference Semifinals Trailing 7-6 in the 3rd quarter, CBA put together eight straight goals to reach the Shore Conference championship game. Michael Carroll paced the Colts with six goals, Luke Valentino had a hat trick and freshman Kyle Aldridge added two goals and two assists. JSZ has the highlights of CBA’s huge second half outburst at Long Branch High: Manasquan 12 Southern Regional 0 – Shore Conference Semifinals Canyon Birch had six goals and two assists as the Warriors used a seven-goal third quarter to get the Warriors in the SCT Finals for a third straight year. Birch stands at 98 goals on the season, setting a single season scoring record in the Shore Conference. Manasquan will face CBA in Saturday’s championship game in a rematch of a regular season battle that saw the Colts emerge. Watch highlights of Squan’s semifinal win at Long Branch High: Jersey Sports Zone’s coverage of Rumson-Fair Haven is brought to you by ServPro of Eatontown/Long Branch Delaware Valley 15 North Hunterdon 9 – HWS Semifinals Delaware Valley took on the North Hunterdon Lions in the HWS County Tournament Lacrosse Semifinals for the second straight year, and similarly to last year the Terriers dominated offensively. Tyler Neal scored 5 for the dogs, leading his team to a rematch this weekend against Hunterdon Central for the HWS County Title. Check out highlights of this game now: Lawrenceville 13 Allentown 2 – Mercer County Final Girls The Mercer County Girls Final was a rematch of a close regular season game between top seed Lawrenceville and second seed Allentown. In their last meeting Lawrenceville just pulled away in a late 11-10 victory. However, Big Red was dominant from start to finish. They took a 5-1 lead at halftime before Georgetown commit Annabelle Albert would add three goals for a hat trick to help Lawrenceville repeat as Mercer County Champions. Watch the highlights: Sponsor! Thank you to Princeton Orthopaedic Associates for sponsoring our Lawrenceville and Allentown coverage!
Allie Bridgman of Hightstown gets her JSZ South Jersey Game Ball!
Allie Bridgman has put together an impressive performance on the mound this year racking up 84 strike outs and well on her way to 100 in just her sophomore year. In her game against Ewing on 4/14 Allie finished the day with 12 strike outs and just 2 earned runs in the 6-0 shut out. She is Nery’s South Jersey Game Ball winner, watch her ceremony below: Take Our Poll Each week Nery Rodriguez will nominate 10 players from the South Jersey area, the winner will receive a Jersey Sports Zone game ball on camera at practice as part of their ceremony! Voting closes at 3 p.m. Tuesday so cast your vote below: Did we miss someone? Email Nery: email@example.com Sponsor! Thank you to Princeton Orthopaedic Associates for sponsoring our Hightstown coverage all year round on JSZ!!
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Summit – 8 Westfield – 5 | Union County Championship Westfield has reigned supreme in Union County, winning the last three Union County Championships. The Blue Devils were looking for a 4-Peat, but top seeded Summit had other plans. Nick Thomson continued a great post-season with a hat trick, and Will Vitton was terrific in net with 9 saves. Summit captures the Union County Championship with an 8-5 win over Westfield. Watch great highlights and post game from Clark on JSZ! Sponsor Shout-Out! JSZ’s coverage of Summit High is made possible by Equinox Fitness Clubs Coverage of Westfield is brought to you by Assemblyman Jon Bramnick. Thanks to this generous sponsor JSZ will bring you the best Blue Devil highlights all season long! Watchung Hills 5 Roxbury 2 – Connor James 2 Goals Defense was key in this matchup. After a scoreless first quarter, the Warriors finally broke through the Roxbury wall and led 3-1 at halftime. Connor James had two goals for Watchung, and they would ultimately take this win 5-2 over the Gaels. Check out full highlights now: Red Bank Regional 8 Shore Regional 7 – Shore Conference Tournament Girls First Round Meghan Murray scored the Bucs final two goals including the game-winner with :37 left in the game to give the Bucs a spot in the SCT quarterfinals. Murray finished with a hat-trick and freshman goalie Emily Dee made eight saves including three critical stops in the final five minutes. Shore was led by Ohio State signee Mary Kate George who had five goals. Red Bank Regional will face #1 seed Rumson-Fair Haven in the quarterfinals on Tuesday. JSZ has highlights of the exciting conclusion and post-game reaction: Ryser’s Landscape Supply is the reason we can bring you great moments from Red Bank Regional all year long. A special thanks to ServPro of Eatontown/Long Branch for supporting our coverage of the Rumson-Fair Haven Bulldogs on JSZ. Allentown 15 Hightstown 2- MCT Girls Quarterfinals Following a tough loss to No. 12 Bridgewater- Raritan, Allentown entered the Mercer County Tournament with some extra momentum. The second seed Red Birds coming off a 10 goal win in the opening round continued their success against No. 7 Hightstown. Freshman Alyssa Castellano was the difference maker, her 5 goal performance propelled Allentown to a 15-2 victory and a trip to the MCT Semifinals on 5/8. Watch the highlights now: Sponsor! Thank you to Princeton Orthopaedic Associates for sponsoring our Allentown and Hightstown coverage!
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Delbarton School – 10 Summit – 6 After suffering a stunning loss to Chatham and seeing their No. 1 ranking disappear, Delbarton School was primed for redemption on Tuesday. The Green Wave got their chance facing off with the new No. 1 team in NJ, undefeated Summit High School. Delbarton pounced on the opportunity, coming away with a 10-6 win on the road over the Hilltoppers. Senior midfielder Matt Campbell poured in 4 goals and an assist while Yale bound goalie Miles Leniw stopped 7 shots in net against a Summit offense that averages over 10 goals a game. Watch Highlights of the Top 2 teams in the state on JSZ! JSZ’s coverage of Summit High is made possible by Equinox Fitness Clubs Hightstown 15 Johnson 7 It’s not easy staying undefeated passed the midway point of a season, but Hightstown has made it look that way thus far. The Rams faced of with Arthur L. Johnson Tuesday afternoon and improved to 10-0 thanks to hat tricks from Ryan Daunt and Sean Haddock. However, Matt DeCristofaro stole the show as he finished with four goals. With four game remaining in the regular season Hightstown will likely enter the Mercer County Tournament as a favorite, but their last game on the schedule will test what they’re made of as they will face No. 6 Watching Hills. Watch the highlights below: Sponsor! Thank you to Princeton Orthopaedic Associates for sponsoring both our Hightstown coverage!
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The time has come for you to vote for the best baseball and softball player’s of South Jersey! Each week Nery Rodriguez will nominate 10 players from the South Jersey area, the winner will receive a Jersey Sports Zone game ball on camera at practice as part of their ceremony! Cast your vote below: Take Our Poll Take Our Poll Did we miss someone? Email Nery: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Voorhees 3 Phillipsburg 2 Phillipsburg may have had a early lead, but errors hurt them in the end. Voorhees’ Brian Bednarz puts down walk-off bunt takes down the Liner 3-2. Check out the highlights now: Sponsor Alert! Coverage of P-Burg is brought to you by the Garnet Booster Club. Thanks to this generous sponsor we will have great Liner highlights all season long! Nottingham 13 Hightstown 6 Saturday’s game between Nottingham and Hightstown was an unusual one to be at. What started out as a lopsided matchup with the visiting North Stars leading by 10 going into the bottom of the fifth saw a shift in tides. Hightstown down to their final three outs due to 10 run mercy rule beyond the fifth inning got new life as the Rams rallied to put 5 runs on the board to continue playing. After an 8 strikeout and one earned run day on the mound Phil Rojek took a seat for Nottingham, however following the shaky fifth inning he would return to add 2 more K’s to his stat sheet. The Northstars would hold on to win, but the heart from the team down for most of the contest was something special in its own. Watch the highlights now: Sponsor! Thank you to Princeton Orthopaedic Associates for sponsoring our Allentown and West Windsor- Plainsboro North coverage!
Watch State Playoff Hoop Highlights from March 3rd on JSZ
JSZ will be posting highlights from around the state throughout the night – check back in for great hoops highlights! Roselle Catholic – 92 Montclair Immaculate – 63 | Non-Public B North Semi-Finals Montclair Immaculate’s amazing run through the Non-Public B North playoffs came to a halt on Saturday thanks to New Jersey’s No. 1 ranked team. Roselle Catholic used a high flying aerial attack and hellacious defense to shut down Montclair Immaculate, and advance to the sectional championship on Wednesday at Rutgers University where they’ll take on Gill St. Bernard’s. Khalil Whitney poured in 29 points and grabbed 7 rebounds, while Joshua Pierre-Louis added 18. Syracuse bound Jalen Carey scored 20 in the loss for Immaculate. Ranney 77 Mater Dei 60 – Non-Public “B” South Boys Semifinal Bryan Antoine scored 31 points to lead Ranney to a fourth consecutive win over their Shore Conference rival. Ranney will face Trenton Catholic on Tuesday at Jackson Liberty. JSZ’s Jay Cook has the highlights from Tinton Falls: JSZ’s coverage of Mater Dei Prep is made possible by Gold Coast Cadillac Rumson-Fair Haven 59 Bordentown 49 – Central Jersey Group 2 Boys Semifinal Phillip Wheeler broke a 44-44 tie with a thunderous putback slam to spark a 10-0 run in the final three minutes of the 4th quarter to lead RFH back to the Central Jersey Group 2 finals. Ian O’Connor had 23 points and 10 rebounds to lead the RFH scoring and Elijah McAllister had 4 points, 15 rebounds, 6 assists and 7 blocked shots. Bordentown trailed 29-18 in the second quarter before scoring 15 straight points into the third quarter to take a 34-29 lead. Rumson-Fair Haven rallied behind Wheeler (10 points and 8 rebounds) and key three-pointers by Teddy Sourlis (12 points). RFH will host Carteret on Monday in the Central Jersey Group 2 finals. Watch the highlights from a thriller in Rumson: Jersey Sports Zone gets all the great moments from RFH sports thanks to the support of ServPro of Eatontown/Long Branch Trenton 70 Hightstown 56 – Central Group 4 Boys Semifinal It was the third meeting between seventh seed Trenton and fifth seed Hightstown this season. With both teams splitting the match up this season the rubber match would not only give bragging rights but the winner would head to the Central Group 4 Final. Despite being an underdog Trenton came out of the gate fired up as the Tornadoes took a 18-7 lead at the end of the first quarter. Captain Ji’Ayir Brown was the spark plug and helped put his team up 38-20 at halftime. Brown would have 18 points, 12 rebounds, 7 steals and 2 assists in the 70-56 victory to send Trenton to the Central Group 4 Championship on 3/5 to face top seed Colts Neck. Watch the highlights now: Sponsor! Thank you to Princeton Orthopaedic Associates for sponsoring our Trenton and Hightstown coverage on JSZ! Lower Cape May 59 Barnegat 44 – South Jersey Group 2 Boys Semifinals Khamar Matthews scored on a putback to beat the buzzer to force overtime and Lower Cape May outscored the Bengals 15-0 in OT to advance to the South Jersey Group 2 finals and a matchup with Haddonfield. Martin Angelov and Pat Holden scored 24 each for the Tigers. Carson Francisco led Barnegat with 14. The Bengals season comes to an end with an outstanding 22-7 record. Watch the highlights from South Jersey – thanks to the Cape May Herald for the highlights! JSZ’s coverage of Barnegat Basketball was made possible this season thanks to the support of BSR Physical Therapy Franklin 65 Bridgewater-Raritan 32 – North 2 Group 4 Girls Semifinal No. 1 seed Bridgewater-Raritan Panthers was knocked out of the North 2 Group 4 girls basketball state semifinal by the No. 6 seed Franklin. Diamond Miller dominated offensively once again scoring 21 points! Check out full highlights now: Sponsor Alert! Coverage of Bridgewater-Rartian is brought to you by Princeton Ortho and Urgent Care. Thanks to our generous sponsors JSZ will bring you the best of Panther athletics all season long!! Thanks to BCB Bayshore for sponsoring our Keyport coverage on JSZ. You can look forward to more Red Raider moments all year round! Somerville 55 West Morris Central 39 – North 2 Group 3 Girls Semifinal Somerville took an early lead in the first, but in the 2nd West Morris Central scores 8 unanswered points to tie the game up. Unfortunately for the Wolfpack, in the second half Somerville’s Christina Cernuto turned it up a notch. Cernuto lead the scoring with 23 points and lead her team to this 55-39 victory. Full highlights now available: Bound Brook 69 Keyport 31 – Girls Central Jersey Group 1 Semifinals Looking to repeat as Central Group 1 champions, top seed Bound Brook got off to a hot start in the semifinal round against fourth seed Keyport to take a 17-4 lead at the end of the first. The Crusaders had an unstoppable attack from three to extend that lead to 36-10 going into halftime. Cortlyn Morris who tore her ACL in last year’s title game was able to help lead her team back to the Championship game with a 12 point game in the 69-31 win over the Red Raiders. Bound Brook will face second seed Middlesex on 3/5. Watch the highlights now: Sponsor!
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Jersey Sports Zone is excited to present our weekly game ball for the top performers in both boys and girls basketball. Each week you choose from our 2 surveys on who you think had the best performance in the south Jersey area. Our polls open on Sunday and votes will be collected until we will close our voting at 3 p.m. on Tuesday. The winner for each week will receive a JSZ game ball hand delivered by Nery Rodriguez which will be presented on camera at practice. Vote now! Take Our Poll Take Our Poll Check out Last Week’s Winners Below! Natalie Mehl of Steinert Do you think we missed someone from south Jersey? Contact Nery Rodriguez now: email@example.com
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JSZ brings you action from around the state on Saturday. Check back throughout the night as we continue to post our coverage! Central 46 Point Pleasant Beach 44 – Boys At the Coaches vs. Cancer showcase in Bayville, the host school gets a dramatic steal and layin by Walter Maldonado with one second left to get an emotional win. Coming up on Sunday, JSZ will profile Central Regional coach Mike Clemente who recently beat cancer and has returned to the Golden Eagles bench. That storyline and the money raised from the four game showcase going to Coaches vs. Cancer made for a special night. JSZ’s Jay Cook has the highlights and post-game reaction: Toms River North 60 Highland 31 – Boys Travis Holland poured in 14 to lead a balanced scoring attack as the Mariners closed out the Coaches vs. Cancer showcase at Central Regional with a convincing win over Highland. Watch the highlights from Bayville: JSZ’s coverage of Toms River North is made possible by Peak Coaching for Success Saint John Vianney 47 Red Bank Catholic 40 – Girls The Lancers used a 17-2 first quarter outburst to deliver a fifth win against a ranked opponent in 2017-18. Madison Doring had 14 points to lead the Lady Lancers who are a perfect 12-0 on the season. JSZ was at a solid out gym in Holmdel and brings you great girls basketball highlights and post-game reaction: Red Bank Catholic coverage on JSZ is brought to you by Playa Bowls of Red Bank. Saint John Vianney coverage is brought to you by Paver Restoration and BCB-Bayshore, your community bank Manasquan 80 Marlboro 48 – Girls Faith Masonius had 26 points and 11 rebounds to pace four Warriors in double digits as Manasquan cruised at the Slam Dunk for Autism at Middletown North High. Lola Mullaney had 17, Dara Mabrey scored 16 and Annie Mako had a career high 11 points. Gisella Romeo led all scorers with 29 points in a losing effort. Manasquan is now 14-1. Watch the highlights of NJ’s current #1 ranked team: JSZ’s coverage of the Marlboro Mustangs is brought to you by Hit Training New Egypt 53 Hightstown 51 – Boys Hightstown fresh off an upset victory over Colonial Valley Conference leader Nottingham came into Saturday’s match up against New Egypt with some momentum. However, it was the Warriors who made their presence known on their home court as they led for most of this one. With back and forth lead changes throughout the second half it would be Quinn Kimmick’s clutch play in the fourth quarter to help secure the win for New Egypt. Nery Rodriguez has the highlights: Sponsor! Thank you to Princeton Orthopaedic Associates for sponsoring our Hightstown coverage! Bridgewater-Raritan 40 Piscataway 17 – Girls Keiko Fox scored 17 to lead Bridgewater-Raritan to a quality road win. The Panthers improve to 8-2 and have won three straight since a loss to Franklin. JSZ’s Bryan DeNovellis has a recap of the action: JSZ’s coverage of Bridgewater-Raritan is brought to you by Princeton Orthopaedic Associates and Total Rehab and Sports Medicine Raritan 50 Barnegat 45 – Girls Jordan Hyman scored 8 of her 12 points in the 4th quarter and Renata Alberici led the Rockets with 15 in a 50-45 win on Saturday morning. Shannon McCoy, winner of this week’s JSZ Game Ball, led all scorers with 25 points. Watch the final moments of a tight ballgame in Hazlet: Raritan Rockets coverage on JSZ is made possible by BCB-Bayshore, your community bank
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Jersey Sports Zone is excited to present our weekly game ball for the top performers in both boys and girls basketball. Each week you choose from our 2 surveys on who you think had the best performance in the south Jersey area. Our polls open on Sunday and votes will be collected until we will close our voting at 3 p.m. on Tuesday. The winner for each week will receive a JSZ game ball hand delivered by Nery Rodriguez which will be presented on camera at practice. Vote now! Take Our Poll Take Our Poll Last week’s winners: Take Our Poll Take Our Poll Do you think we missed someone from south Jersey? Contact Nery Rodriguez now: firstname.lastname@example.org
Watch 12.27 JSZ Holiday Hoops Highlights
JSZ has a large menu for our Wednesday holiday hoops coverage. We will post game highlights throughout the day Rumson-Fair Haven Bulldawg Classic Rumson-Fair Haven 66 Fort Hamilton (NY) 45 Jack Solano had 24 points including a stretch of four straight three-pointers to lead RFH to a 21 point win over Fort Hamilton out of Brooklyn on a night when the Bulldogs unveiled their 2017 Central Jersey Group 2 state championship banner. Elijah McAllister had 4 points and 8 blocked shots for RFH who are now 3-0 on the season. Watch the highlights from Thursday night in Rumson: Saint Peter’s Prep 44 Barnegat 30 Shayne Simon is known as one of the nation’s best football players. The future Notre Dame linebacker showed his skills on the basketball court as he sparked a Marauders comeback with key offensive rebounds and baskets in the third quarter. Barnegat had a 13-12 halftime lead before Simon scored five straight points to give Saint Peter’s Prep the lead for good. Simon and Dmitri Plexidas had 11 to lead the way for Saint Peter’s who is now 3-1 on the season. Mike Revello had 13 for Barnegat and is now seven points away from 1000 for his career. Watch highlights of a great battle at Rumson-Fair Haven High School: Rotary Roundball Classic in Charleston, South Carolina Linden 79 Northwood Academy 30 Tavon Jones had 19 points and 11 rebounds to set the tone for a dominating effort for the Tigers at the Rotary Roundball Classic at North Charleston High School in South Carolina. Linden advances to the semifinals of their bracket in the event which also features Don Bosco Prep playing in a separate bracket. Don Bosco won its opening round game as well in Charleston. A special thanks to Scott Eisberg of WCIV-TV for giving Jersey fans some southern holiday hoops! Hillsborough Holiday Tournament Hillsborough 59 Hightstown 54 The host team of the 2017 Hillsborough Holiday Tournament, the Raiders, came into today winless. Fortunately, today’s leading scorer Justin Brown and his 20 point contribution changed that. The Raiders got their first win over the Hightstown Rams 59-54 and will play Hunterdon Central in the Tournament final tomorrow evening at 7PM. Check out highlights now: Hunterdon Central 80 West Orange 67 The first matchup in today’s Mid-State Holiday Tournament featured Hunterdon Central and West Orange. Central came in 3-1, while West Orange remained undefeated. However, it was Central’s big day as they handed the Mountaineers their first loss of the season. The star of the game was shooting guard, Sean Oberman, who scored 27 total points, three of which were three pointers. Check out full highlights now, brought to you by JSZ’s Courtney DuPont: Lady Lancer’s 1st Annual Winter Showcase St. John Vianney – 63 Franklin High School – 55 Junior Point Guard Sarah Karpell led the Lancers with 16 points and some great defensive play, as St. John Vianney took down the defending TOC Champions of Franklin at the Lady Lancer’s Winter Showcase. Vianney will now play another challenging game against Rutgers Prep on Thursday. Franklin’s Diamond Miller scored 24 in the loss. Watch Full Highlights and post game reaction from SJV vs Franklin below! Rutgers Prep – 70 Rumson Fair-Haven 47 Rutgers Prep is currently the No. 2 ranked team in New Jersey, and the Argonauts proved worthy of that ranking on Wednesday. Leilani Correa led the way with 28 points and 10 rebounds in a dominant 23 point win over RFH. George Washington Bound point guard Tori Hyduke scored a game high 36 for Rumson in the loss. Rutgers Prep will now face St. John Vianney on Thursday in the Lady Lancer’s Winter Showcase. Watch Highlights of Rutgers Prep vs RFH below! Albert E. Martin Buc Classic (Red Bank Regional), Little Silver Colts Neck 79 Shore Regional 29 Danny Gaines had 23 points in just three quarters of work as the Cougars rolled out to a 25-2 first quarter lead and never looked back in the opening round of the Albert E. Martin Buc Classic. Gaines also had some sensational passes as part of his outstanding effort. JSZ captures the Gaines magic in Little Silver: JSZ’s coverage of Colts Neck is brought to you by Hit Training and ServPro of Eatontown/Long Branch supports our Shore Regional highlights and features Lakewood 51 Red Bank Regional 39 Drayton Bonapart and Ryan Savoy had 13 to lead a balanced Piners scoring attack as the #2 seed advances to the semifinals of the Albert E. Martin Buc Classic. Lakewood will face #3 Colts Neck in the semifinals on Thursday. Watch the highlights of the Piners win on Wednesday afternoon: JSZ’s coverage of Red Bank Regional is brought to you by Ryser’s Landscape Supply and Lakewood Piners coverage on JSZ is brought to you by Michael Inzelbuch Steinert 35 Raritan 34 The first round of the New Egypt High School Holiday Basketball Tournament kicked off with a bang as Raritan and Steinert made for an intense matchup. The Rockets took an early lead but Steinert quickly took over, leading for most of the game. Raritan would rally back in the fourth thanks to Zach Mojica. In the closing seconds, they’d come up short as Steinert walks away with their first win o the year in dramatic fashion. JSZ’s Nery Rodriguez was there for the action: Sponsor shout out! Thank you to Princeton Orthopaedic Associates for sponsoring our Steinert coverage. Thanks to BCB Bayshore for sponsoring our Raritan coverage! Nottingham- 90 King’s Christian 56 It was another impressive performance from Cliff Joseph and Nottingham in the opening round of the ESCIT Tournament from Trenton Catholic Academy. The Northstars were able to take down King’s Christian 90-56 after struggling in the first quarter. Joseph dominated on all aspects of the game as he gave his team a huge momentum boost in this victory. Watch the highlights now: Sponsor shout out! Thank you to Princeton Orthopaedic Associates for sponsoring our Nottingham coverage!
Watch Ewing 15 Hightstown 30 Week 9 highlights
Ewing 15 Hightstown 30- Week 9 Thank you Princeton Orthopaedic Associates for sponsoring our Ewing and Hightstown coverage on Jersey Sports Zone. Because of Princeton Orthopaedic Associates, we’ll get many more great moments from Blue Devils and Rams sports all year long! Welcome to Jersey Sports Zone! After three years on the Jersey Shore, we’ve expanded our coverage to every part of the Garden State. We are excited to bring you high definition highlights and features of high school sports all year long.
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From teams needing wins to make the post-season to the quest for a perfect regular season, Jersey Sports Zone brings you 11 games of action from all around the state. With the regular season coming to a close this weekend, a reminder that we’ll post all the playoff pairings on Sunday on JSZ. Sit back and enjoy another great batch of highlights! Click above to watch highlights from the following games: Freehold Boro 27 Long Branch 20: Ashante Worthy – 50 carries, 215 yards, 1 TD run 16-26 passing, 242 yards, 2 TD’s Irvington 30 Wayne Hills 20: Zakee/Zahir Swann – 5 catches, 221 yards, 2 TD’s Phillipsburg 43 Immaculata 14: Jack Stagaard – 8/13 104 pass yards, 2 TD runs Holmdel 28 Matawan 0: Cameron LaMountain – 13 carries, 154 yards, 2 TD’s Raritan 28 Red Bank Regional 14 Point Pleasant Boro 28 Barnegat 12: James Fara 14 carries 120 yards, 2 TD’s Brandon Cipriano 9 carries, 104 yards, 2 TD’s West Essex 35 Hanover Park 0: Will Perez – 8 carries, 202 yards, 2 TD’s Hightstown 30 Ewing 15: Michael Quigg – 14 carries, 145 yards, 2 TD’s Allentown 29 Princeton 0: Dan Merkel 2 TD passes to X’Zavier Harris Camden 36 Winslow Township 25: Nayjere Edwards – 22 carries, 132 yards, TD Paulsboro 48 Lindenwold 16 Jersey Sports Zone’s High School Football Coverage Jersey Sports Zone is excited to cover the entire state of New Jersey with our high definition highlights and features. We will post full highlight shows with Friday and Saturday high school football action. Don’t forget you can download our App for free from the App Store or Google Play and get all of our videos right on your smartphone. On Sunday, we will nominate the top plays captured by our cameras for the JSZ Football Play of the Week and we’ll honor top performers with nominations for our Game Balls. We ask you to cast your vote from Sunday morning through Tuesday afternoon. Our Play of the Week winners will be honored at our statewide football banquet in December. Our Game Ball winners will have JSZ cameras come to practice mid-week to hand out a pigskin in front of the entire team. Here’s a look at just some of our Saturday games: DePaul at St. Joe’s-Montvale, Somerville at Summit, Saint John Vianney at Monmouth Regional Coaches: Send your Game Ball nominees by Saturday night to be considered: email@example.com (Shore), firstname.lastname@example.org (WJFL), email@example.com (Mid State 38), firstname.lastname@example.org (GMC and Big North) SAVE THE DATE- JSZ Football Banquet Coming up on Thursday, December 7, we will honor the top football players in the state with our inaugural JSZ Football Banquet. The APA hotel in Woodbridge will host our event that will feature dinner and video highlights of the top players in the state. Our Plays of the Week winners and Plays of the Year winners as voted on by the fans will also be honored. Coaches, we are seeking nominations for our All-Zone team. We will honor the top ten players in the state in each position as selected by our committee. Please email email@example.com if you have a player that we need to consider.
Watch Hightstown 26 Notre Dame 14 Week 8 highlights
Hightstown 26 Notre Dame 14- Week 8 Sponsor Shout Out! Thanks to Princeton Orthopaedic Associates for sponsoring our Notre Dame coverage on Jersey Sports Zone. Because of Princeton Orthopaedic Associates, we’ll get many more great moments from Fighting Irish sports all year long! Welcome to Jersey Sports Zone! After three years on the Jersey Shore, we’ve expanded our coverage to every part of the Garden State. We are excited to bring you high definition highlights and features of high school sports all year long.
Vote now for Nery’s Week 8 game ball- WJFL
Nick Kargman of Woodrow Wilson high school in Camden took home Nery’s WJFL Week 7 game ball for his 6 touchdown, 279 passing yard performance against Triton after missing three games with a collar bone injury. This week we have reloaded with a whole new group of finalists and it’s up to you to decide who should take home the game ball for week 8. Best of luck to all nominees, cast your vote below! Take Our Poll Last week’s winner: Each week, JSZ’s Nery Rodriguez posts ten nominees from outstanding performances in the WJFL. Voting is open now through Tuesday at 3:00 pm. The winner of the poll will get a JSZ Game Ball presented during a mid-week practice with his teammates. Coaches: You can nominate your top performer every week. Just drop a line to firstname.lastname@example.org no later than Saturday evening and we’ll nominate your player. Welcome to Jersey Sports Zone! After three years on the Jersey Shore, we’ve expanded our coverage to every part of the Garden State. We are excited to bring you high definition highlights and features of high school sports all year long.
Watch JSZ Friday Week 8 Highlights Show
The Bergen Catholic/Don Bosco Prep rivalry was put front and center in front of a national TV audience and it did not disappoint. Watch JSZ’s highlights of the big showdown, in addition to a record-setting night for future NC State quarterback Devin Leary and an overtime thriller in Middletown. JSZ has 12 games of action in our Friday Week 8 Highlights Show: Click above to watch highlights from the following games: Bergen Catholic 29 Don Bosco Prep 26: Johnny Langan 16-22, 233 yards, 2 TD, 3 INT, game-winning TD pass to Anthony D’Addetta with :48 left Long Branch 28 Middletown North 21 (OT): Juwan Wilkens 212 yards passing, 3 TD’s, game-winning TD to Matt Clark in OT Phillipsburg 20 North Hunterdon 7: Nasir Ball 4 catches, 63 yards, 2 TD’s Caldwell 29 Whippany Park 7: Brian Clarkin 13-18, 140 yards, 2 TD’s Brian King 6 catches, 90 yards, 2 TD’s Manalapan 28 Piscataway 0: Naim Mayfield 32 carries, 198 yards, 2 TD’s Saint John Vianney 21 Middletown South 14: Johnny Buchanan 17 carries, 105 yards, 2 TD’s Red Bank Catholic 37 Red Bank Regional 0: Billy Giudetti 12 carries, 115 yards, 2 TD’s Point Pleasant Boro 41 Ocean Township 18: James Fara 26 carries, 282 yards, 3 TD’s Hightstown 26 Notre Dame 14: Johnny Andre 24 carries, 113 yards, 2 TD’s Ewing 62 Princeton 7: Ewing defense two INT’s for TD’s Timber Creek 35 Williamstown 10: Devin Leary 20-39, 292 yards 2 TD’s Delsea 43 Woodrow Wilson 12: Aidan Borguet 26 carries, 206 yards, 5 TD’s Jersey Sports Zone’s High School Football Coverage Jersey Sports Zone is excited to cover the entire state of New Jersey with our high definition highlights and features. We will post full highlight shows with Friday and Saturday high school football action. Don’t forget you can download our App for free from the App Store or Google Play and get all of our videos right on your smartphone. On Sunday, we will nominate the top plays captured by our cameras for the JSZ Football Play of the Week and we’ll honor top performers with nominations for our Game Balls. We ask you to cast your vote from Sunday morning through Tuesday afternoon. Our Play of the Week winners will be honored at our statewide football banquet in December. Our Game Ball winners will have JSZ cameras come to practice mid-week to hand out a pigskin in front of the entire team. Here’s a look at just some of our Saturday games: Peddie at Hun, Seton Hall Prep at Montclair, Edison at Freehold Boro, Allentown at Trenton Coaches: Send your Game Ball nominees by Saturday night to be considered: email@example.com (Shore), firstname.lastname@example.org (WJFL), email@example.com (Mid State 38), firstname.lastname@example.org (GMC and Big North) SAVE THE DATE- JSZ Football Banquet Coming up on Thursday, December 7, we will honor the top football players in the state with our inaugural JSZ Football Banquet. The APA hotel in Woodbridge will host our event that will feature dinner and video highlights of the top players in the state. Our Plays of the Week winners and Plays of the Year winners as voted on by the fans will also be honored. Coaches, we are seeking nominations for our All-Zone team. We will honor the top ten players in the state in each position as selected by our committee. Please email email@example.com if you have a player that we need to consider.
Vote for Nery’s Week 5 WJFL Game Ball
Each week, JSZ’s Nery Rodriguez posts ten nominees from outstanding performances in the WJFL. Voting is open now through Tuesday at 3:00 pm. The winner of the poll will get a JSZ Game Ball presented during a mid-week practice with his teammates. Take Our Poll Last Week’s Game Ball Winner Coaches: You can nominate your top performer every week. Just drop a line to firstname.lastname@example.org no later than Saturday evening and we’ll nominate your player. Welcome to Jersey Sports Zone! After three years on the Jersey Shore, we’ve expanded our coverage to every part of the Garden State. We are excited to bring you high definition highlights and features of high school sports all year long.