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A group of more than 200 current and former players was part of the crowd that gathered to honor Southern Regional coaching legend Kathy Snyder on Tuesday night. (Photo by Scott Stump)
A group of more than 200 current and former players was part of the crowd that gathered to honor Southern Regional coaching legend Kathy Snyder on Tuesday night. (Photo by Scott Stump)
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Remembering a Legend: Southern Honors Kathy Snyder

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MANAHAWKIN - One by one, they walked up into the bleachers in the gym at Southern Regional on Tuesday night, serving as the living, breathing legacy of a coach who was never about impressive numbers on a piece of paper or a Hall of Fame plaque.

More than 200 women who played for the Rams during the legendary 35-year te

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Hall of Fame Southern Regional coach Kathy Snyder, who had more than 500 wins in girls basketball and more than 300 in field hockey, died early Friday morning. (Photo by Bill Normile)
Hall of Fame Southern Regional coach Kathy Snyder, who had more than 500 wins in girls basketball and more than 300 in field hockey, died early Friday morning. (Photo by Bill Normile)
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Kathy Snyder, Southern Hall of Fame Girls Basketball and Field Hockey Coach, Dies at 58

The Shore Conference lost a legend when Hall of Fame Southern Regional field hockey and girls basketball coach Kathy Snyder, who had more than 800 career wins combined in the two sports, died in her sleep early Friday morning at 58 years old

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Brick kicker Anthony Starego, 19, who has multi-symptom autism, savored his first game back on Friday night against Toms River South after the NJSIAA granted him an unprecedented fifth year of eligibility earlier in the day. (Photo by Scott Stump).
Brick kicker Anthony Starego, 19, who has multi-symptom autism, savored his first game back on Friday night against Toms River South after the NJSIAA granted him an unprecedented fifth year of eligibility earlier in the day. (Photo by Scott Stump).
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Brick’s Anthony Starego: Back in the Game

Munching on a hot pretzel under the cover of darkness outside the locker room after the cameras surrounding him were put away and lights turned off following Friday night's win over Toms River South, Brick's Anthony Starego managed a wan smile."I'm happy,'' he said. "But I'm tired."

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Anthony Starego (courtesy Bill Normile)
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NJSIAA Reverses Ruling, Grants Eligibility to Brick Kicker with Autism

In a dramatic reversal of a ruling from March, the NJSIAA has declared on Friday that Brick kicker Anthony Starego, who has multi-symptom autism, is immediately eligible to play a fifth season for the Green Dragons this fall, according to a news release by his family.

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Members of the Point Beach football team have been out helping local residents with various jobs in the wake of the devastation from Hurricane Sandy. (Photo courtesy of Pt. Beach football).
Members of the Point Beach football team have been out helping local residents with various jobs in the wake of the devastation from Hurricane Sandy. (Photo courtesy of Pt. Beach football).
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Shore Football Community Lends a Hand to Storm Victims

As the Shore community continued to sift through the devastation of Hurricane Sandy on Saturday, the state of the Shore Conference's football programs was as varied as the damage across Monmouth and Ocean counties.

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