A look at the leaders in rushing, passing, receiving, tackles, sacks and interceptions
A look at the coaching changes, players to watch and college commitments leading into pre-season camps
There may have been just two games to ease the Shore into the 2015 season but both were loaded with excitment and standout efforts.
Shore Conference Week 1 Picks Last Week: 2-0 Friday, Sept. 11 Toms River East (0-0, 0-0) at Southern (0-1, 0-0) , 7 Players to watch: Toms River East: Nick Grande (Sr. RB/FS), Bailey Engelhard (Sr. WR/CB); Brandon Burdge (Sr. G/DT). Southern: Pat Walker (Sr. RB/LB); Brandon Barnetti (Sr. RB/DB/K);
Fed up with lopsided loss at the hands of Jackson Memorial, senior RB Asante Moorer set a distinct second-half tone that Toms River North rode to a 33-23 victory
Kevin Cagnetta snapped a deadlock with an RBI single in the top of the eighth and Jake Wilinsky turned in four solid innings of relieft as ninth-seeded Watchung weathered a fierce comeback to outlast fourth-seeded Bernards, 7-5, in the semifinals of the Somerset County Tournament
Divisional races heat up with matchups between Middletown South-Manalapan, Shore-Mater Dei Prep and Barnegat-Point Boro
Alex Kerr pumped in 26 points as second-seeded Montclair weathered a fierce comeback to eliminate six-time defending champion Shabazz; Ny-asi Franklin, Kyiarah English and a hounding defense responsible for inducing 33 turnovers launched top-seeded East Orange past fourth-seeded University; Bartner
Senior forward Caroline Dunn collected 17 points and 14 rebounds while working of senior swing Jamie Barrett as Morris Knolls scored a 49-43 road win at Randolph; Phipps, No. 6 St. Rose feast from perimeter
Ocean at Neptune, Red Bank Catholic at Manasquan and Lakewood at Msgr. Donovan among the marquee matchups.