The Cape May Tech swim team opened up their season with a 100-70 win over Buena Regional on Dec. 4. According to head coach Matt McElroy, the Hawks swam to a number of personal bests, including Tyler Flynn, who set a new personal mark in the 50m freestyle at 23.43 and also helped win the 200…

The Upper Township Green Hornets Wrestling Team kicked off their season this weekend by competing in the West Deptford "Rumble on the River" Wrestling Tournament. The Hornet Wrestlers wrestled extremely well placing all 31 registered wrestlers in the Top 4 of their respective age/weight divisions.

Maxwell Football Club President Mark Dianno announced the 2018 Mini Max High School Award winners for the state of New Jersey. The sixty-two players selected are from schools located throughout the entire state of New Jersey. Players were nominated by their coaches throughout the 2018 season…

COURT HOUSE – The Middle Township High School football team dominated the second half of the annual Thanksgiving Day Anchor Bowl game against rival Lower Cape May to bring the title back to Court House Nov. 22.

PLEASANTVILLE – The Ocean City High School football team fell on the road at Pleasantville in their annual Thanksgiving Day rivalry game Nov. 22.

OCEAN CITY – The Ocean City High School field hockey team, ranked No. 1 in South Jersey Group III, hosted No. 3 Clearview Regional in the group final on Nov. 1 and won, 3-1. Sophia Gresham, Tara McNally and Molly Reardon each scored in the win while Maddie Kahn made eight saves.

Lower Cape May hosted Lindenwold on Nov. 1 in consolation game and won, 28-8. Jonas Lumbruno scored all four Caper Tiger touchdowns.

CREST HAVEN - Cape Tech’s Assistant Softball Coach Cortney Walters earned national certification through the National Federation of High Schools (NFHS). The NFHS Coach Certification Program is a national professional credential offered to individuals who are currently coaching or aspire to c…

U9 Cape Express Mayhem vs. Hammonton Heat: The Mayhem had a road trip to face the Hammonton Heat. Kate Wheeler and Alex Grier both had goals for the Mayhem. Maggie King and Analeigh Shaw lead the defense. Casey Day and Avery Proud had great ball movement. 

Middle Township hosted Gloucester City for homecoming and won, 42-7, on Oct. 19. Karl Guilian led the Panthers with three touchdowns while AJ Baez added two and Matt Marino added one in the win.

Lower Cape May earned their fourth win of the season, 35-0, on the road at Wildwood on Oct. 12. Pat Moore led the Caper Tigers with two touchdowns while Jonas Lumbruno, Jordan Klein and Eric Konczyk each added one.

Lower Cape May earned their third win of the season, 26-0, at home against Pitman on Oct 5. Jonas Lumbruno led the Caper Tigers with two touchdowns while teammates Darion Lamar and Connor Eckel each scored one.

COURT HOUSE – Cross country runners from Cape May Tech, Lower Cape May, Middle Township, Wildwood and Wildwood Catholic participated in the Big Five Cross Country Championships on Sept. 28 at the County Park.

CAPE MAY - The Middle Township High School girls tennis team won the annual Cape May Tennis Club round robin tournament on Sept. 22. They competed against Lower Cape May, Wildwood Catholic and two teams from out of state for the championship title.

Ocean City hosted Bridgeton on Sept. 14 and won, 41-20. Brandon Lashley led all Red Raider scorers with 18 points while teammates Ian Augnst, Austin Green, Jake Schneider and Henry Suto added scores.

Get off the couch and put the video game down. Parents have a healthy and fun alternative for children to get outside and enjoy nature in Lower Township, according to a release.

Students will use full HD Handycam video cameras to learn how to shoot dynamic video. No experience is necessary, according to instructor Gina Bronson, a teacher of TV media at Lower Cape May Regional High School.

In the first game of the season, Middle Township earned a 35-7 road win at Cumberland Regional on Aug. 30. Cam Hamer, Karl Giulian, Matt Marino and David Hayes each scored.

OCEAN CITY - The Ocean City School District just announced the Football MVP of the Year – the MVP Drive. It’s the world’s first self-righting, remote controlled tackling dummy from Rogers Athletic Company and was designed to create safer football practices. According to Rogers Athletic websi…