I'm Dave Weinberg and I'm a writer/columnist for 97.3espn.com. I recently completed my 27th season as an Eagles beat writer for The Press of Atlantic City, where I worked for 34 years. I also covering boxing, MMA and various other sports, in addition to writing a twice-weekly column entitled Extra Points. You can also find my work on my blog Dave Weinberg's Extra Points. I'm a Cape May native who grew up with sand in my shoes and waves in my heart.
Extra Points: Boxing returns to Atlantic City on Saturday
Professional boxing returns to Atlantic City for the first time in 16 months Saturday at Showboat Hotel.
Extra Points: Eagles should keep Zach Ertz
Zach Ertz's Eagles' tenure may not be over after all.
Current carries Moran, Collins to victory in Cape May SuperAthalon
Cape May's Rob Moran and Wildwood's Katie Collins both rallied to achieve milestones at Friday's 39th SuperAthalon lifeguard race.
Extra Points: First-Time Winners Dominate CMC Lifeguard Championships
Six of the seven events were won by first-time champions.
Extra Points: Boxing Set to Return to Atlantic City
Atlantic City's lengthy boxing drought is about to end.
Extra Points: Shields’ MMA debut not a guaranteed win
Claressa Shields makes her MMA debut Thursday Night in Atlantic City - But her opponent makes this no guaranteed win in PFL MMA
Extra Points: Eagles Headed for Tough Season
Here's a way too early prediction of how the Eagles' season will unfold from Dave Weinberg.
Extra Points: Millville boxer plans to keep fighting
Despite suffering a first-round knockout loss last Saturday, the 29-year-old Millville boxer is not yet ready to hang up his gloves.
Extra Points: Millville’s LaManna Loses Title Shot
The 29-year-old Millville boxer, who was vying for the WBA middleweight championship, suffered a first-round knockout loss to Erislandy Lara at Dignity Health Sports Park in Carson, California.
Extra Points: Millville’s LaManna Ready for Title Shot Tonight
He made his debut on Feb. 2, 2011 with a second-round TKO at Bally's Atlantic City. Two days later, he was back in a classroom as a senior at Millville High School.