Manasquan pitcher Tommy Sheehan is one of 20 nominees from the past week in Shore Conference baseball and softball up for Monmouth Building Center Game Balls. Cast your vote now through Tuesday at 3:00 pm and we’ll hand out two more honors this week at a practice or a game!
Wall sophomore Ryan Napolitano threw six shutout innings and held off a seventh inning rally against Monmouth Regional to get a 3-2 win on the road. SSZ has highlights from a game that features a number of outstanding defensive plays!
We’ve got another great group of nominees honoring the top diamond performances from the past week in high school baseball and softball. Cast your vote now through Tuesday at 3:00 pm. Winners will receive Monmouth Building Center Game Balls
Wall forward Shane Haviland is our 2017 SSZ Hockey Player of the Year. We’ve got highlights of the best Shore Conference hockey players and profiles of our three finalists
The US Army presents the best of the best from the winter sports season. We honor the All-Zone team for boys basketball, girls basketball and hockey. Watch the profiles of all our recipients and all of our post-season honors
A great season of Shore Conference hockey has come to a close. We’ve got the best goals and saves from the past season presented by Playa Bowls of Red Bank. Cast your vote now through Monday at 9:00 pm. The winners will be honored at the SSZ Winter Sports Banquet on March 24th
A dominating performance by top seed Glen Rock at Mennen Arena in Morristown. SSZ has highlights of the the Panthers ending the hopes of Wall’s first state hockey championship
Shane Haviland had a six point night to lead Wall to a 7-3 win over Middletown South in an All-Shore state semifinal in West Orange. SSZ has highlights of the Crimson Knights first ever trip to the hockey state championship as well as Middletown North falling short against Glen Rock
We’ve got nominees from the Shore Conference Tournament, state playoffs and the regular season finales. Cast your vote NOW through Sunday night at 9:00 pm!
SSZ has highlights and post-game reaction from the Handchen Cup and Dowd Cup finals. Trevor Cear and Jackson Memorial blanked Southern 2-0 followed by Wall’s 3-1 win over Saint John Vianney