Mainland Regional

‘Energizing’ win for Mainland wrestling
‘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 uncertain terms — that if even one more wrestler took a bad loss the Mustangs would have no hope of
Mainland impressive in swimming wins over Vineland
Mainland impressive in swimming wins over Vineland
  LINWOOD — Some of the best swimming in South Jersey is happening at Mainland Regional High School, as the Vineland boys and girls teams had the misfortune of finding out on Wednesday afternoon. The Mustangs' boys squad dominated the Fighting Clan, winning 139-31, while the Mainland girls won their third straight meet after a season-opening loss to Ocean City, topping Vineland 97-73 behind some s
Watson, Stangs handle Rams with ease
Watson, Stangs handle Rams with ease
  OCEAN CITY — If they Mainland Regional girls basketball players were tired from having to follow up Friday night's season opener against Wildwood Catholic with a 1:45 p.m. game against Southern Regional on Saturday in the Ocean City PBA Tipoff Weekend showcase, they didn't show it. The Mustangs built a 14-9 first-quarter lead over the Rams, then blitzed Southern with 21 points in the second quar
Raiders Beat Rival, Keep Playoff Hopes Alive
Raiders Beat Rival, Keep Playoff Hopes Alive
LINWOOD — The last time Ocean City beat arch-rival Mainland Regional, senior offensive lineman Eric Levai was in kindergarten, learning his A-B-Cs and hoping for chocolate chip cookies and nap time. The 12-year losing streak came to an emphatic end on Friday night, as the visiting Red Raiders dominated the second half and pulled away for a 30-7 victory. The win put Ocean City at 3-3 and kept their
Stangs outlast EHT in Pink Game
Stangs outlast EHT in Pink Game
  EGG HARBOR TOWNSHIP — On Sept. 12, the Mainland Regional field hockey allowed 10 goals to powerful Ocean City, the No. 8 team in the state. But that was an anomaly for the Mustangs' defense. In Mainland's six other games, the defense has allowed just three goals while posting three shutouts. The defense and midfield came through big time on Wednesday night in the annual "Pink Game" aga

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