Wednesday, May 22, 2013
Jaclyn Kates will play in the Maccabiah Games in Israel.
Jaclyn Kates of Colts Neck will secure her basketball legend when she travels to Isreal to represent Team USA in the Open Women’s basketball division this summer. According to New Jersey Jewish News, Kates follows in her brother Mitch's footsteps, who traveled to Israal years ago for the games. Local players Annette Snow of Manalapan and Arron Zimmerman of Wayside will join Kates on the team. Kates was a lead player at St. John Vianney in Holmdel and is now a successful student at the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School, according to New Jersey Jewish News. "Maccabiah takes place every four years in Israel and is the largest event sponsored by the Maccabi World Union and the third-largest international sporting event in the world…
Thursday, May 16, 2013
Come watch your favorite Soccer Coaches play two friendly games to raise money for The Beauty Foundation for Cancer Care.
Monday, May 13, 2013
Local team on three game roll
After winning the last three of a four game set at the Greensboro Grasshoppers the Lakewood BlueClaws will be looking to build on their success when they return home to First Energy Park for a seven game home stand. The Delmarva Shore Birds will be their first guests for a three game series with tonight's first pitch set for 6:35 p.m. The first 2000 fans through the gates will get a BlueClaws All-Star poster and it is also one of five Scout Nights at the ballpark. As with every Monday home game it is also a kids eat free night at the park. If the seats at the stadium are too hard for you, the first 2000 fans at Tuesday's game will get seat cushions. It is also a Senior Day Tuesday when all seniors eat free and there is also baseball …
Sunday, May 12, 2013
The senior sports management and communications double major from Marlboro, N.J. grew up cheering on the Scarlet Knights during each home game in The RAC.
Tuesday, May 7, 2013
This year the tournament is raising money for Hurricane Sandy Relief and the Andrew Hegt Memorial Fund.
Monday, May 6, 2013
Over 11,000 people participated in this year's race.
The 2013 New Jersey Marathon went off without a hitch Sunday morning with over 11,000 participants in the half marathon and full marathon. Race Director Joe Gigas said there were more than 3,000 full marathon participants, a number that has grown over the last few years. Top Marlboro marathon participants: (Men) (Women) Top Colts Neck marathon participants: (Men) Oz Pearlman, 30, of New York, won the marathon for the third time with a time of 2:28:23. Finishing behind Pearlman was Eddie Valentine, 33, of Arlington, VA, with a time of 2:36:35. The top finishing female, Elizabeth Drews, 43, of Warren, finished with a time of 3:00:11. "It was a great day, and we had great weather," Gigas said. "We had a small army of 1,400 volunteers …
Get ready for the warm weather with ZUMBA Instructor Constance Condie.
Saturday, May 4, 2013
Proud of your team? Keep us updated on their successes!
While I love to pretend I can be everywhere in Marlboro and Colts Neck at once, we all know it just isn't that simple. And it is especially difficult to keep up with all of the great sports teams in the area. Hopefully, that's where you come in! If you've got a team you'd love to keep everyone updated on, our Local Voices section is for you. Whether you are a proud football mom or a cheering soccer dad, we want to be rooting them on right along with you! Blogging on Patch Blogging on Patch is more simple than it ever has been. You can begin blogging right away! Visit the Patch website, find our Local Voices section on the front page and click the "Want to blog on Patch?" button. Then, just start writing! Make sure to include team photos! …
Wednesday, May 1, 2013
The flagship Multi-Sport Camp provides campers with a fun-packed and enjoyable time where children will experience over 15 sports in one week.
If you were thinking of skipping the gym today, you'll have to think of better excuses.
The young have no more excuses when it comes to working out. Cindy Carney has been teaching fitness for four years in Marlboro, to seniors at Sunrise Senior Living. One of her students is 101-years-old. Carney said she has some students who are with her weekly, as she teaches fitness to increase mobility and strength in her students. Exercises include balancing on one leg, squats to increase leg strength and make it easier to get out of a chair, and cardio to up the heart rate and strengthen the heart. So if you were thinking of skipping the gym today, you'll have to think of better excuses.