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Holmdel Football First Practice at Roggy Field

June 25, 2018

HOLMDEL, N.J. - The Holmdel Football Team gathered for their 1st practice of the season last week when  they met at Roggy Field which is the turf field at Holmdel High School. After an inspirational talk from the coach they got right to it with running drills blocking and tackling and more.

Holmdel Football Fans were also invited by Coach Jeff Rainess to  join them as they ...

Holmdel Touchdown Club Fundraiser Cleans Up

HOLMDEL, N.J. - The Holmdel Touchdown Club Car Wash fundraiser kicked off on a sunny Sunday with about 50 student athletes - football players, cheerleaders and dancers.

They got together in their white and blues to make cars sparkling clean for ten bucks. Snacks and water were also available with the refreshment crew. Holmdel Football Coach Jeff Rainess was on hand, of course. He commented on ...

Ean Jaffe of Holmdel Wins Red Bank Classic 5k

Nothing like running a few miles (3.1), working up a sweat, earning a medal and then toasting with friends with some good food and libations - especially at 10:30am on a Saturday morning!

Make sure you go through the carousel of pictures and send to your friends!

Red Rock Tap + Grill was the site of the After Party for the runners participating in Red Bank Classic 5k.  ...

Red Bank: Red Bank Classic 5k - And their Off!

It was a great start for the Red Bank 5K Classic: cool weather, slight breeze and over 1,000 thousand runners including Governor Murphy and First Lady Tammy Murphy on a USA Track & Field certified course.

Proceeds will be provided to Red Bank Department of Parks and Recreation whose goal is to provide safe, fun and memorable experiences for the children and families ...

Holmdel High School Senior Awards Ceremony Includes FC Soccer Club and 'Pound 4 Pound' Awards

HOLMDEL, N.J. - Inspired excellence was on hand during the awards ceremony in Holmdel schools. Many awards were given out, including Holmdel FC Soccer Club. According to a news release, on June 12, 2018, the Holmdel FC Soccer Club presented 4 scholarships to former HFC players who have excelled both on and off the field. 

Abbey and Kailey Flynn

Abbey and Kailey ...

Huddle Up! Bayshore Area Football Teams Join Together Off the Gridiron for a Good Cause

KEANSBURG, N.J. - Area Football teams showed up on Saturday in more ways than one. They showed up at the Keansburg Beach to clean it. Holmdel and Middletown North was there. Mater Dei and Saint John Vianney as well as Raritan and the Keansburg Titans of course. They gathered on a two mile stretch of Bayshore beach. A beach that was the go to spot for earlier ...

Wonderful Season Comes to an Abrupt End for Saint John Vianney

South Orange, N.J. - One at-bat led to the St. John Vianney softball team’s terrific 2018 season ending on Wednesday night. With the first two batters reaching base to start the top of the first inning, Steinert’s Bella Truelove drove a pitch from St. John Vianney starter Julia Parker over the centerfield wall for a three-run home run to give Steinert the early lead and ultimately led ...

Parker's Perseverance in the Circle Leads Holmdel's SJV to First State Title in Five Years

UNION-It’s no secret that Julia Parker has the ability to play beyond her years when she’s in the circle. The  sophomore right-hander has been consistent for St. John Vianney High School’s softball team all season, and on Saturday evening, on the biggest stage of the year so far, the South Plainfield native’s poise came through again.

 In the championship game ...

Saint John Vianney Prevails Over Donovan Catholic for South Non-Public A Crown

Sewell, N.J. - After two years straight of coming up empty in the NJSIAA South Non-Public A Championship game against Donovan Catholic, the St. John Vianney softball team finally fulfilled their goal of hoisting the championship trophy on Thursday. In a scoreless game going into the sixth inning, the Lancers broke through for two runs and behind the brilliance of Julia Parker on the mound, were ...

Holmdel Tennis Ends Advance at Tournament of Champions; Finish Season at 21-4

West Windsor, N.J. - Fresh off winning its fourth straight NJSIAA Group 2 championship, the Holmdel High School boys tennis team looked to make some noise in the Tournament of Champions on Tuesday afternoon. The No. 4 seeded Hornets took on the Group 1 and No. 5 seed Mountain Lakes in the quarterfinals of the tournament and came down to the final match to decide which of the two were going to the ...

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