Toms River High School North will be the site of a charity flag football game tomorrow night billed as Pros vs. Heroes as former and current NFL players take on Toms River’s Finest, including members of the Toms River Police Department.
Bouncing around a bit on a Wednesday morning. Bouncing is the right word because I’ll start with a rather stunning basketball development at the shore as longtime Neptune boys Coach Ken O’Donnell is out and Joe Fagan is in as coach of the Scarlet Fliers.
Sports fans love to argue about the all-time best when it comes to athletes and teams but it’s usually a debate that can’t be won when you are trying to make comparisons between those of different generations.
Not that it would mean all that much to you but my current business card lists me as the Director of the Shore Sports Network and that’s where much of my focus is aimed these days and I’ll be spending even more time on that in the future.
After a brutal winter and late-starting spring maybe the weather gods are trying to make up for that because they have delivered three straight spectacular weekends to start the unofficial summer season.
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