An Impressive Day for the United States
An impressive day for the United States was highlighted by a 3-2 shootout win over Canada in the women’s hockey gold medal game giving the Americans their first gold medal since the 1998 games.
Vonn Claims Bronze, Men’s Hockey Eliminated, & More
The United States men’s hockey team will not have a chance to play for a medal after losing their quarterfinal game to the Czech Republic 3-2 in a shootout.
U.S. Claims Bronze In Ice Dancing & Women’s Freestyle Halfpipe Skiing
The second and final week got off to a decent start for American athletes and resulted in a pair of bronze medal performances.
A Day Without Medals For American Athletes
A day without medals and mostly disappointment for American athletes in PyeongChang.
Shiffrin Captures Gold, U.S. Women’s Hockey Falls, and More
Her 2018 Olympic debut was delayed but worth the wait for 22-year old American MIKAELA SHIFFRIN who captured the women’s giant slalom and her second career gold medal.
White Wins Gold, High Winds Delay Alpine Skiing Again
Snowboarder SHAUN WHITE made history thanks to an epic final run in the Men’s halfpipe that allowed him to become the first American male to win a gold medal at three different Winter Olympics.
Golden Times at the Winter Olympics
Rumson's Red Gerard, winner of the gold medal in snow boarding bears a resemblance to a classic 1980s movie character.
6,901 Miles from Toms River
14 hours ahead of us in time, PyeongChang, South Korea is the smallest to host the Olympic games since 1994 when Lillehammer, Norway had the honor.
Winter Games and Thoughts of Spring
As the Winter Olympics and the NJSIAA Team Wrestling Sectional finals get underway thought turn to spring as Todd Frazier signs with the Mets.
A Win Away From Williamsport
Chris Cartnick’s grand slam in the bottom of the 5th inning snapped a 6-6 tie and powered Holbrook Little League (Jackson) to a dramatic 10-6 victory over the Pennsylvania champion Upper Providence Little League in Bristol, Connecticut Wednesday afternoon.
Playoff Fever Grips NJSIAA
The winter sports season is winding down and believe it or not the spring season officially begins tomorrow which is the first day of practice for baseball, lacrosse, softball and other sports.
Terrorism Comes to Seaside Park
We have watched in recent years many acts of violence, including those that were terrorism and breathed a somewhat sigh of relief that nothing like that happens around here. That day almost came on Saturday.