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Be An Ally to LGBTQ Individuals By Nicole Sorokolit Croddick

Be An Ally to LGBTQ Individuals By Nicole Sorokolit Croddick

Mar 10, 2020 | Editorials

Under many state and municipal laws, LGBTQ individuals have some legal protections. Currently, the Supreme Court of the United States is considering various employment law cases in which discrimination in employment, based on Gender Identity/Expression and Sexual Orientation, would expressly deem to be protected classes under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. Despite this trend, LGBTQ individuals face some of the highest harassment and discrimination rates in the country in all aspects of life. This harassment and discrimination can occur not only at work and in public places but frequently happens amongst family and friends in seemingly “safe environments.”

CREDIT WHERE CREDIT IS DUE – HOLMDEL STILL NOT GETTING THE RESPECT IT DESERVES

CREDIT WHERE CREDIT IS DUE – HOLMDEL STILL NOT GETTING THE RESPECT IT DESERVES

Mar 10, 2020 | Basketball, Holmdel

HOLMDEL – Maybe it’s that they’re a Group II team or maybe it’s their style of play, but for whatever reason, Holmdel isn’t getting the respect and/or recognition it deserves despite being ranked No.2 in the Shore while quietly putting together one of the best seasons in program history.

TOTAL DESTRUCTION – MANASQUAN WINS FIRST SCT TITLE SINCE 1957

TOTAL DESTRUCTION – MANASQUAN WINS FIRST SCT TITLE SINCE 1957

Mar 10, 2020 | Basketball, Manasquan

FOURTH TIME’S THE CHARM – SAINT JOHN VIANNEY CAPTURES FIRST SCT TITLE SINCE 2016

FOURTH TIME’S THE CHARM – SAINT JOHN VIANNEY CAPTURES FIRST SCT TITLE SINCE 2016

Mar 10, 2020 | Basketball, Girls, Saint John Vianney

WEST LONG BRANCH – After beating Manasquan in 2016 for the program’s 13th Shore Conference Tournament championship, Saint John Vianney advanced to the SCT final the next three seasons only to come away empty handed all three times.

Miracle Shot Sends Manasquan to Dowd Cup Three-Peat  By Casey Krish

Miracle Shot Sends Manasquan to Dowd Cup Three-Peat By Casey Krish

Mar 10, 2020 | Ice Hockey, Manasquan

MANASQUAN – Sometimes you just go to a hockey game and end up experiencing the unexpected.

Shore Regional Fencer Aidan Johnson Finds Success with a Supportive Coach, but No Team

Shore Regional Fencer Aidan Johnson Finds Success with a Supportive Coach, but No Team

Mar 10, 2020 | Fencing, Shore Regional

WEST LONG BRANCH – There are many choices available for team sports in high school. Of those sports, some involve individual competitions such as tennis, gymnastics, swimming, wrestling and fencing. What does a student-athlete do when he or she wants to compete but his or her high school does not have a team? The athlete needs to train on their own and find a coach willing to be a supportive supervisor.

FALL SPORTS

TOTAL DESTRUCTION – MANASQUAN WINS FIRST SCT TITLE SINCE 1957

TOTAL DESTRUCTION – MANASQUAN WINS FIRST SCT TITLE SINCE 1957

Mar 10, 2020 | Basketball, Manasquan

NEPTUNE – ASBURY PARK : THE 91st TIME, MORE THAN A RIVALRY

NEPTUNE – ASBURY PARK : THE 91st TIME, MORE THAN A RIVALRY

Nov 26, 2019 | Asbury Park, Neptune

Few rivalries have a longer duration than the Neptune – Asbury Park Thanksgiving Day game. Most teams with a history like this have long-gone away from renewing their yearly mashup. The 91st offering of this shore classic has the Asbury Park Blue Bishops hosting the Neptune Scarlet Fliers on Thanksgiving Day at 10:00 am, for the next chapter of this traditionally explosive contest.

High School Athletes Successfully Battle Health Issue

High School Athletes Successfully Battle Health Issue

Nov 26, 2019 | Featured

Two high school athletes go to different schools. They play different sports and have different interests. However, they have one major thing in common. Both were diagnosed early in their high school careers with Type 1 diabetes and both chose to overcome their condition to not only compete but excel in their respective sports.

WINTER SPORTS

Be An Ally to LGBTQ Individuals By Nicole Sorokolit Croddick

Be An Ally to LGBTQ Individuals By Nicole Sorokolit Croddick

Mar 10, 2020 | Editorials

Under many state and municipal laws, LGBTQ individuals have some legal protections. Currently, the Supreme Court of the United States is considering various employment law cases in which discrimination in employment, based on Gender Identity/Expression and Sexual Orientation, would expressly deem to be protected classes under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. Despite this trend, LGBTQ individuals face some of the highest harassment and discrimination rates in the country in all aspects of life. This harassment and discrimination can occur not only at work and in public places but frequently happens amongst family and friends in seemingly “safe environments.”

CREDIT WHERE CREDIT IS DUE – HOLMDEL STILL NOT GETTING THE RESPECT IT DESERVES

CREDIT WHERE CREDIT IS DUE – HOLMDEL STILL NOT GETTING THE RESPECT IT DESERVES

Mar 10, 2020 | Basketball, Holmdel

HOLMDEL – Maybe it’s that they’re a Group II team or maybe it’s their style of play, but for whatever reason, Holmdel isn’t getting the respect and/or recognition it deserves despite being ranked No.2 in the Shore while quietly putting together one of the best seasons in program history.

FOURTH TIME’S THE CHARM – SAINT JOHN VIANNEY CAPTURES FIRST SCT TITLE SINCE 2016

FOURTH TIME’S THE CHARM – SAINT JOHN VIANNEY CAPTURES FIRST SCT TITLE SINCE 2016

Mar 10, 2020 | Basketball, Girls, Saint John Vianney

WEST LONG BRANCH – After beating Manasquan in 2016 for the program’s 13th Shore Conference Tournament championship, Saint John Vianney advanced to the SCT final the next three seasons only to come away empty handed all three times.

SPRING SPORTS

Southern Sophomores Starting to Take the Spotlight

Southern Sophomores Starting to Take the Spotlight

Feb 18, 2020 | Ice Hockey, Southern Regional

Jersey Sporting News 19th Annual “Jersey Awards”

Jersey Sporting News 19th Annual “Jersey Awards”

Jul 16, 2019 | Awards

Another school year has come and gone, with success stories on and off the playing field. Many top athletes who performed on the field and in the classroom across the Shore Conference were honored by JSN at their 19th Annual “Jersey Awards” scholar-athlete ceremony.

PANZINI, GLANCY LEAD RED BANK CATHOLIC TO SHORE CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONSHIP

PANZINI, GLANCY LEAD RED BANK CATHOLIC TO SHORE CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONSHIP

Jun 18, 2019 | Red Bank Catholic

Red Bank Catholic sophomore righty and University of Virginia commit Shane Panzini was originally scheduled to start the Shore Conference Tournament final but the game was postponed due to imminent threats of thunderstorms.