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Mainland field hockey beats O.C. for first time since 2013
LINWOOD — Mainland Regional field hockey coach Jill Hatz said throughout the preseason that she had a talented team she believes can make some noise in South Jersey Group 3 this season. On Monday, her players got a big shot of confidence when the Mustangs took down rival and defending overall …
Cattie leads OC to win over EHT
EGG HARBOR TOWNSHIP — The emcee is the life of the party who keeps things going and gets people in a good mood. The Ocean City boys lacrosse team was in a great mood on Wednesday afternoon because of its MC — as in Marty Cattie.
OC Boys Lax Falls to Emmaus
OCEAN CITY — Coach Joe LaTorre calls it a trial by fire. His young Ocean City boys lacrosse offense is finding out that fire burns, as the Red Raiders try to maneuver their way through a brutal early season schedule.
The Red Raiders did a lot right on Saturday during a home matchup with a stron…
Rivera Blasts Two HRs in Spirit Win
ABSECON — A bagel with cream cheese. That's the secret. Well, sure, Holy Spirit junior catcher Matt Rivera will go with that. Sounds good.
Whatever it was, something had Rivera locked in at the plate on Monday afternoon, as he crushed a pair of two-run home runs to help the host Spartans dispatch Oce…
Sacco’s OT shot lifts Ocean City to CAL title
GALLOWAY TOWNSHIP — Middle Township girls basketball coach John Leahy took a gamble in overtime of the Cape-Atlantic League Tournament championship on Saturday afternoon at Stockton University.
Ocean City senior point guard Grace Sacco made him pay for it.
‘Energizing’ win for Mainland wrestling
 
LINWOOD — As the heavyweight bout was going on Wednesday night, Mainland Regional wrestling coach Clayton Smith gathered his lower and middle weight wrestlers together behind the bench and got in there ears pretty good. With the Mustangs trailing Ocean City, 22-12, at the time, Smith said — in no u…
Lubrano, OC Top Rival Mainland
OCEAN CITY — The Cape-Atlantic League is hereby on notice: Ocean City is coming after ya.
The Red Raiders, not expected to be much of a contender in the league this season after graduating Conner Laverty, took down rival Mainland 58-48 on Wednesday night to move into a tie for first place with the Mu…

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