Prime Events was created in 1992 to promote the coverage of Cape-Atlantic League sports by purchasing time on radio stations and cable systems to broadcast games, primarily football and basketball. Since then, Prime Events has expanded to also include three sports-oriented websites full of statistics, schedules, rankings and records; a computer-based basketball statistics service that is used by many premier events, including the NJSIAA state championships; and the operation of basketball tournaments and showcases featuring high school basketball teams - there have been 54 held prior to the start of the 2014-15 school year. Prime Events has also established many trophies and awards that are presented annually within the CAL.
Meet the 106 Cape-Atlantic League 4-Star Athletes
In the first 20 years of the 21st Century, during which more than 50,000 student athletes competed at Cape-Atlantic League schools, there were only 106 times when an athlete was a Quad Star.
Schedule Announced for Last Dance High School Baseball Tourney
The schedule for the three-day first round of the Last Dance Tournament, a baseball competition for high school players from 222 schools around New Jersey, has been announced.
NJSIAA Postpones Start of Phase 1 for Fall Sports
The NJSIAA had announced earlier that teams could begin non-contact practice with other limitations on July 13 but CAL teams will wait two weeks later.
Local High School Players to Compete in Last Dance Tournament
The Last Dance Tournament, a baseball competition for high school players from 222 schools around New Jersey, will begin on July 14.
College of New Jersey Cancels Eight Sports in 2020-21
The decision affects multiple former Cape-Atlantic League athletes.
Long-Time CAL Basketball Coach Retires After 26 Years
The coach was concerned about possible changes coming with Covid-19.
Local High School Coaches Reflect on the Quarantine
For the past three weeks we have brought you the comments of prominent high school and college athletes about the COVID-19 quarantine – how they thought about the whole thing and what they were doing with their time.
A Closer Look at the Wildwood Catholic and St. Joe’s Situations
Last week the Diocese of Camden, announced it would continue to keep Wildwood Catholic Academy open after announcing about two months ago that it would be closed. A day or so later, the Diocese declined the proposal to keep St. Joseph High School in Hammonton open.
Top Senior Athletes in the Cape-Atlantic League’s Class of 2020
The winners would normally be announced during the annual CAL Celebration on the Ocean City Music Pier but that event was cancelled by the COVID-19 quarantines.
Finalists for the Cape-Atlantic League Senior Athletes of the Year
In case you missed the announcement today The Sports Bash, here are the 12 boys and 12 girls whose high school careers have made them finalists for the 2020 Billy Schoppy Awards.