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(L-R) Kevin's son Brandon, his girlfriend Jill, Alex, Jane and Kevin at dinner in Manhattan
(L-R) Kevin's son Brandon, his girlfriend Jill, Alex, Jane and Kevin at dinner in Manhattan (Kevin Williams, Townsquare Media NJ)
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Ready for the New Year

It’s been a while since we’ve last talked, or actually I last talked.

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Kevin Williams with daughther Alex, wife Jane and son Brandon
Kevin Williams with daughther Alex, wife Jane and son Brandon (Joe Gawlik Footprints Photography and Video Productions)
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A Year of Ups and Downs

This is not only my final Hometown View before Christmas but the last one for the year as I’ll be on assignment after that and will then be taking a few days off to relax and catch up on sleep. 

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Central girls team warming up wearing their WOBM Christmas Classic Tee Shirts provided by Clayton Masonry Center
Central girls team warming up wearing their WOBM Christmas Classic Tee Shirts provided by Clayton Masonry Center (Townsquare Media NJ)
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WOBM Christmas Classic: Close Calls for the Top Seeds

The opening round of the 31st annual WOBM Christmas Classic presented by Barnabas Health produced little in the way of upsets although there were some anxious moments on Sunday for a couple of the boys top seeds.

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Manasquan head coaches Andrew Bilodeau and Lisa Kukoda at the WOBM Christmas Classic Kickoff Breakfast
Manasquan head coaches Andrew Bilodeau and Lisa Kukoda at the WOBM Christmas Classic Kickoff Breakfast (Townsquare Media NJ)
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7 Days of Basketball

Somebody told me not too long ago that my headstone should read “Beloved Father, Husband and founder of the WOBM Christmas Classic.” 

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Lavallette's new borough hall during construction
Lavallette's new borough hall during construction (Borough of Lavallette)
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Enjoy Lavallette and New Coaches

A week before Christmas and I’m bouncing around this morning looking forward to purchasing my first legal Cuban cigar.

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John Garbarino
John Garbarino (Townsquare Media NJ)
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End of an era at OceanFirst Bank

There are probably some employees of OceanFirst Bank who think John Garbarino has been with the bank since it opened its doors. 

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(L-R) Toms River Schools Superintendent David Healey, guest speaker Lee Rubin and Kevin Williams at the WOBM Christmas Classic Kickoff Breakfast
(L-R) Toms River Schools Superintendent David Healey, guest speaker Lee Rubin and Kevin Williams at the WOBM Christmas Classic Kickoff Breakfast (Townsquare Media NJ)
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A Tasty Start to the WOBM Christmas Classic

Ask those that have played in the WOBM Christmas Classic about what they like most about the tournament and you’ll likely get an answer that has nothing to do with basketball.

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Christmas Classic kickoff breakfast at the Clarion Hotel in Toms River
Christmas Classic kickoff breakfast at the Clarion Hotel in Toms River (Ted Maturo, Townsquare Media NJ)
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Here Comes the 2014 WOBM Christmas Classic

The 31st annual WOBM Christmas Classic officially got underway last night with the coaches’ dinner held at The Villa, a private party facility adjacent to the Office Restaurant and Lounge in Toms River. 

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Christimas display in downtown Toms River
Christimas display in downtown Toms River (Dan Alexander, Townsquare Media NJ)
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We Need a Little Christmas

Religion is one subject I’ve learned to stay away from for two reasons. 

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(L-R) Bob Badders, Scott Strump, Kevin Williams and Ed Sarluca recap the football season
(L-R) Bob Badders, Scott Strump, Kevin Williams and Ed Sarluca recap the football season (Dan Alexander, Townsquare Media NJ)
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Making an End of Year List and Checking It Twice

As you may or may not know a significant part of my job here is to head up our Shore Sports Network which includes game and show broadcasts, the ShoreSportsNetwork.com website and our biweekly publication, Shore Sports Network Journal.

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The University of California Santa Cruz's mascot, the Banana Slug
The University of California Santa Cruz's mascot, the Banana Slug (UCSC)
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The Oddest Team Names in Sports

For some reason yesterday I got into a discussion with a couple of co-workers about how many nicknames of pro sports teams just don’t fit and really should be changed. 

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The Williams Family Christmas tree
The Williams Family Christmas tree (Kevin Williams, Townsquare Media NJ)
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The tree is real and it’s spectacular

Nothing against artificial Christmas trees but in our house it’s real or it’s not a tree. 

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