Thursday, May 23, 2013
Teams from around the state competed
The Red Bank Regional High School (RBRHS) Sailing Team has won the 2013 New Jersey State High School Championship Regatta. The competition, held Saturday, May 18, at the Shrewsbury Sailing and Yacht Club, Oceanport, was co-hosted by the Monmouth University Sailing Team and was contested in Monmouth's fleet of FJ-class sailboats, according team representatives. Ten teams from around the state competed for the championship. RBRHS won the regatta with a total score of 49 points after the 16-race event. A first-place finish in a race earns one point, second place is two points, and so on. The lowest point total wins. RBR won four of the 16 races and sailed consistently throughout the series. The team was led by senior starting skippers Max …
Wednesday, May 22, 2013
Blogger explores RBR's lacrosse growth
Friday, May 17, 2013
The one-hour sessions, grouped by age, will be run by GSP Hoops and overseen by Jersey Shore basketball legend and former Seton Hall All-American Dan Calandrillo.
Friday, May 10, 2013
Gold medal performance by a team
Wednesday, May 8, 2013
All the funds raised is slated towards the school's recovery and providing teaching materials and items lost during the storm.
Monday, May 6, 2013
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Saturday, May 4, 2013
Extra security will be in place during event
In the wake of the bombings at the Boston Marathon last month, no bags will be allowed at the finish line of the New Jersey Marathon in Long Branch on Sunday, May 5. Here is the protocol for spectators at the finish line: • NOT ALLOWED to bring backpacks, pocketbooks, hand bags or shoulder bags of any kind into the finish line festival area; • ALLOWED to stand directly beside the barricades of the finish line chutes in the finish line festival area between Greeley Terrace and Madison Avenue only; • NOT ALLOWED access to the barricades beside the finish line approach between Madison Avenue and Laird Street in Pier Village (behind the Ocean Place Resort and Spa); • ALLOWED to walk around Pier Village (access to the east end of the village …
Tuesday, April 30, 2013
The track's gates will open at 9:30 a.m. on Friday, May and Saturday, May for simulcasting of Churchill Downs’ Kentucky Oaks and Kentucky Derby Day cards,
Monday, April 29, 2013
The teams got into a bench-clearing brawl that resulted in the arrest of one adult on Saturday.
Rumson Fair-Haven and Red Bank Regional baseball will be ineligible for state tournaments following Saturday's melee in Little Silver, NJ.com reports. The New Jersey State Interscholastic Athletic Association (NJSIAA) issued the ruling Monday, according to the report. The incident occurred after a collision at home plate led to players on both teams rushing the field. Patrick Maisto, 49, a parent of a Rumson-Fair Haven student, is accused of coming on the field and assaulting a Buc player, according to an APP.com report. Maisto, who was arrested by Little Silver police, will reportedly plead not-guilty to the charge of simple assault, according to an APP.com article. NJSIAA rules state the a team with three or more ejections prior to the …
Sunday, April 28, 2013
Benches cleared in the sixth inning at a game Saturday morning when an RBR runner collided with the RFH catcher.
A sixth-inning collision — during a tie game when a Red Bank Regional player running from third base collided with the Rumson-Fair Haven catcher — cleared both benches and ended up with all brawling players possibly suspended from upcoming games and the arrest of a Rumson parent for alleged simple assault, according to APP.com. Patrick Maisto, 49, an RFH parent, is accused of coming on the field and assaulting a Buc player, according to the report. The game was immediately terminated and both teams could be found ineligible to compete in the upcoming NJSIAA Tournament.