The Covid-19 pandemic has become especially draining mentally for athletes and coaches with no practices or games to take part in right now or in the immediate future. They're now trying to find ways to prepare for an uncertain future.
The sports landscape across North America has become suddenly barren, with all in-progress major leagues putting their seasons on hold and serious doubts as to whether the NFL can begin as normal this fall.
Currently, there is no mandate from the Shore Conference in regards to practices and games for the spring season, Shore Conference president and Middletown Athletic Director Rich Carroll said in an email to member schools on Friday morning...
Toms River School officials have continued their fight for their future following a school funding formula developed by lawmakers in Trenton that seeks to deal a crippling bow to a number of school districts.
Fearful over what the School Funding Formula signed into law in July will do to Toms River Schools, a mother of three in the district continues a community wide effort to prevent what would be crippling cuts in Toms River.
One was a star softball player at Toms River High School East who threw a perfect game her senior year, the other a former football player at rival Toms River High School North...now Jordan Weed and Jesse Tate are both police officers on the same team.
Sports injuries are nothing new, but technology and orthopedic practices are constantly developing innovative ways to treat them. So much so, future doctors who are still in school are adopting those methods.