Jersey Side Sports

Brown, Earl, Poles to join Hall of Fame

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Former Camden High School star Denny Brown, who won two state titles with the Panthers and played for a team that was ranked No. 1 in the... Read more

Basketball: Camden's Greer likely out for year

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Camden basketball star Corey Greer is likely to miss the remainder of the season after suffering a torn anterior cruciate ligament in his... Read more

Football: Wood steps down as Pennsville coach

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Ryan Wood still loves to coach football. He just doesn't want to be a head coach anymore. Wood on Saturday confirmed that he has stepped... Read more

Timber Creek's Leary is S.J. offensive football player of year

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On the first day of training camp, Timber Creek High School assistant football coach Durwin Pearson grabbed junior quarterback Devin Leary... Read more

Millville's Douglas is S.J. defensive football player of year

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As a youth football player, Zack Douglas wasn't exactly a sleek, speedy playmaker. "I was 200 pounds as a 12-year-old," Douglas said. "I was... Read more

All-South Jersey football defense

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ALL SOUTH JERSEY FOOTBALL DEFENSE FIRST TEAM DL Nihym Anderson 6-2 225 Jr. Vineland DL Naieh Furlow 6-2 190 Jr. Highland DL Sirvon Wigglesworth... Read more

All-South Jersey football offense

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ALL SOUTH JERSEY FOOTBALL OFFENSE FIRST TEAM QB Devin Leary 6-2 185 Jr. Timber Creek RB Jon Taylor 6-0 211 Sr. Salem RB Iverson Clement... Read more

Basketball: S.J. preseason Top 25

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PRESEASON TOP 25 1. St. Augustine (30-2 last season): The Hermits lost Player of the Year Sa'eed Nelson, but return the other four starters... Read more

Basketball: Preseason All-South Jersey teams

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PRESEASON ALL SOUTH JERSEY FIRST TEAM Ray Bethea 6-5 Jr. Atlantic City: Emerged as go-to guy for SJ 4 champs as sophomore Corey Greer... Read more

Football: Wechter resigns as Washington Twp. coach

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Mark Wechter thought about it for a long time. "Actually, it was a five-year decision process," Wechter said Friday morning after announcing... Read more