By TOM WILLIAMS The Ocean City High School baseball team seeks to make history on Saturday night. Andrew Bristol’s Raiders (19-7) will face Pascack Valley (24-5) to decide the NJSIAA State Group 3 championship and hopes to add their name … Continue reading OCHS baseball seeks to make history
Note: June is always a big month around high schools, though this is still not the typical June. There is graduation and the end of the scholastic sports careers for seniors, plus Father’s Day, which is Sunday. During previous Junes, Tom … Continue reading (Grand)Father’s Day Salute to Dan Town
By TOM WILLIAMS Absegami senior Jayla McNamara has been named the winner of the Frank Campo Humanitarian Award, created by Schoppy, Inc. and Prime Events, and presented annually to the Cape-Atlantic League senior varsity athlete whose academic achievement and dedication … Continue reading Jayla McNamara wins Campo Award
By TOM WILLIAMS The NJSIAA tournaments continue for Ocean City High School on Tuesday. Just 24 hours after the boys lacrosse team won its first South Jersey title, the OCHS baseball and girls lacrosse teams will be in action in … Continue reading Baseball, girls lacrosse play NJSIAA games Tuesday
By TOM WILLIAMS Monday afternoon at 3 p.m. Ocean City High School’s boys lacrosse team will take to the Carey Stadium field seeking to complete a goal. Joe LaTorre’s team (12-6) will will be playing to become the NJSIAA South … Continue reading SJ boys Lacrosse final in Ocean City tomorrow
By TOM WILLIAMS Tuesday marks the start of the month of June. And it also marks the beginning of Tournament Week for the impressive Ocean City High School spring sports teams. Two teams have finished. Led by freshman Charles DiCicco, … Continue reading It’s Ocean City’s Tournament Week!
By TOM WILLIAMS Spring sports in the Cape-Atlantic League is coming down the stretch with conference championships and post-season tournaments coming up. Here is a look at the top statistical performers in boys and girls lacrosse and boys and girls … Continue reading CAL Stat leaders in lacrosse and golf
By TOM WILLIAMS According to its published agenda, the Ocean City Board of Education will vote on Wednesday to approve Mike Cappelletti as the Raiders new girls basketball coach. He would become the fourth coach in the school’s 51-year history, … Continue reading Mike Cappelletti’s scary experience
By JOE REPETTI, guest columnist For more than four decades, Tom Williams has turned over his column the week of Father’s Day to members of the sports community to write about their fathers. You can read some of them HERE.This … Continue reading COLUMN: Mother’s Day tribute to Sue Repetti
This is second in a series of stories by former Cape-Atlantic League athletes about high school sports in the past – told in their own words. This time, two-sport athlete Joe LaRosa – together with three-sport athlete Steve Libro – … Continue reading OCEAN CITY-SEA ISLE MEMORIES with Joe LaRosa
By TOM WILLIAMS Last night a column was posted here reflecting opinions on the proposed changes to NJSIAA basketball starting with the 2022-23 school year. If you read it, you should read these next few paragraphs, which reflect updates. If … Continue reading UPDATED COLUMN: NJ basketball changes for 2022-23
By TOM WILLIAMS About five weeks ago, high school basketball in South Jersey came to an end. It wasn’t a typical season because of the COVID-19 virus. The attitude was basically go play your 15 games and be thankful that … Continue reading COLUMN: Has NJ basketball been hit with a technical?