Absecon Sports News
Local high school, college, and pro sports news in Absecon, NJ
14 hrs ago | via The Jersey Journal
Now that the NJSIAA sectional finals have come and gone, let's take a look at Rutgers' class of 2014 committed recruits - including Rutgers' out-of-state prospects - and their high school performances from this past weekend. Comment?
Yesterday | via NorthJersey.com
The DePaul football team proudly displays the NJSIAA Non-Public Group 2 championship trophy after defeating previously undefeated Holy Spirit of Absecon, 35-16 this past Sunday afternoon at Rutgers University's High Point Solutions Stadium in New Brunswick, NJ. Comment?
Monday | via NorthJersey.com
DePaul got the last word on the 2013 football season, and it's probably not the last time the Spartans will get the last word on a season. Comment?
Monday | via Courier-Post
A stingy and relentless defense fueled its offense all season. There was nothing better than stopping the opposition dead in its tracks, highlighted by a bunch of zeroes on the scoreboard when the night was over. Comment?
Saturday Dec 7 | via Courier-Post
They swarm to the football like bees to honey. There's nothing sweeter than hitting a running back for a 5-yard loss on third down or sacking the quarterback to change momentum. Comment?
Wednesday Dec 4 | via NorthJersey.com
How they got here: Holy Spirit def. No. 8 Pingry, 48-0, and No. 5 Bishop Eustace, 38-0. Comment?
Tuesday Dec 3 | via NorthJersey.com
DePaul quarterback Zach Bednarczyk, top, and defensive back/wide receiver Kiy Hester lead the Spartans into Sunday's Non-Public Group 2 State championship game against Holy Spirit-Absecon at Rutgers University's High Point Solutions Stadium in New Brunswick. Comment?
Monday Dec 2 | via Courier-Post
Kenyatta Greene put an exclamation point on solid high school career Thursday with a sensational effort in Northern Burlington's 27-12 victory over Pemberton. Comment?
Sunday Dec 1 | via Courier-Post
Let's cut to the chase. The bottom line -- whether coaches will say it on the record for public consumption or not -- is that the majority of public schools don't want to play against Non-Publics when it comes to high school sports. Comment?