Bob Badders is a veteran sports journalist who has covered Jersey Shore sports since 2004. As the Managing Editor for the Shore Sports Network, he oversees content on shoresportsnetwork.com and The Shore Sports Network Journal, in addition to serving as the beat reporter for Shore Conference high school football, wrestling and men's lacrosse. A graduate of Brick Memorial High School and Rowan University, Bob is a lifelong resident of the Jersey Shore and currently resides in Ocean County with his wife and three daughters.
PHOTOS: Holmdel Runs Past Jackson Memorial With Four Second-Half Touchdowns
Holmdel ran for 362 yards in a victory over Jackson Memorial.
Field of Dreams: The Story Behind Wall High School’s New State-of-the-Art Football Field
The Wall Knights Family Foundation funded the new professional-level football field at Wall High School.
Donovan Catholic Releases Statement Regarding Football Team’s Use of Ineligible Player
Donovan Catholic High School has released a statement regarding the NJSIAA's decision to have the Griffins forfeit their three wins earned so far this season due to the use of an ineligible player.
Donovan Catholic Football Forfeits Three Wins For Using Ineligible Player
The Griffins record falls to 0-4.
No Fluke: Central Routs No. 10 Raritan Behind Another Huge Rushing Performance
Another huge game by running back Chase Gumbrecht led the way in Central's victory over Raritan.
Pure Greatness: Middletown South’s Steve Antonucci reaches 200 career wins
Middletown South head coach Steve Antonucci joined a select list with the Eagles' win over Jackson on Friday night.
The Purple Curtain: No. 3 Rumson Makes Another Statement By Shutting Out No. 2 Donovan Cat…
Two games, two shutouts for Rumson-Fair Haven.
The Jeep Store Shore Sports Network 2021 Preseason Football Top 10
Who starts the season as the No. 1 team in the Shore Conference?
Longtime Shore Conference Coach and Athletic Director Bill Bruno Passes Away at 68
Longtime Shore Conference coach and athletic director Bill Bruno has passed away.
Howell (NJ) Wrestling Head Coach John Gagliano Reaches 500 Career Wins
Howell head coach John Gagliano became the first Shore Conference wrestling coach to reach 500 career wins.
New Jersey Surpasses Nevada as the Sports Betting Capital of the United States
The Garden State is the capital of sports wagering in the United States.
Good Morning America surprises Brick, NJ couple for Valentine’s Day
A Shore Conference football coach gave his bride-to-be the surprise of a lifetime.