LINWOOD — Teams such as St. Augustine Prep, Atlantic City and Wildwood Catholic might have some competition this season from a surprising source. Mainland Regional has gotten off to a 3-0 start, and has a matchup nightmare in senior Osun Osunniyi, a 6-foot-9 center who can not only block shots and rebound, but also score.
It was likely as shocking an upset to just about everyone, except for Eric Fierro.
His Southern Regional Rams faced almost-certain elimination in the NJSIAA Group IV Playoffs: down a point in the final seconds, needing to go the length of the court for a miracle basket against the Vikings in Atlantic City (a recent house of horrors for opponents during the Vikings' last two impressive state title
Mainland Regional High School is ready to begin a new era in both boys and girls basketball. Athletic Director Mike Gatley officially announced the hiring of two new head coaches on Tuesday, April 24.
Mainland Regional graduate Dan Williams takes over the Mustangs boys basketball team, while Absegami High School alum Scott Betson assumes head coaching duties with the girls squad...