Monthly Archives: September 2021

Anthony Volpe Pipeline Reaches Hope of the Year

by on September 30, 2021 0
There was no alternative training site or league of instruction for Anthony Volpe in 2020. The 2019 first round spent the canceled Minor League season going back and forth between hitting instruction. with former Major League scout Jason Lefkowitz in Westchester County in New York and strength training at home in New Jersey. It... Read More

Tik Tok could be your next cookbook

by on September 30, 2021 0
Getty Images / AARP Want to learn how to make cloud bread? Or eggs with pesto? Or how about hot chocolate bombs for a decadent dessert? You can find all of these recipes – and how to make them – not in your latest cooking magazine or epicurean bestseller, but on TikTok. In fact,... Read More

Media coverage of the Week 5 Blitz action from the Big Central Football Conference

by on September 30, 2021 0
MyCentralJersey.com continues its coverage of the Big Central Football Conference with a 5 week Media Blitz. You will find the full schedule of matches below. The final scores from these contests, along with links to stories, will be updated on this page throughout the weekend. The MyCentralJersey.com team of photographers and journalists will host... Read More

Gen. G and Puma unveil limited edition 2021 League of Legends World Championship jerseys

by on September 30, 2021 0
The following was sent to Inven Global as a press release LOS ANGELES, September 29, 2021 – Global esports organization Gen. G and global sports company PUMA have unveiled their new limited edition jerseys for the 2021 League of Legends World Championship. With artwork designed by acclaimed streetwear designer and executive brand advisor Gen.G,... Read More

“Hey, Jones!”: Recruits to replace vets are often volatile but sometimes necessary, as at Penn State in 1967

by on September 29, 2021 0
This, from Mike Hubbell: What do you think of Ohio State linebacker K’Vaughan Pope leaving the team via Twitter mid-game? Have you ever seen something like this? And does that suggest that the Buckeye culture and team chemistry are maybe a little offbeat? (They brought in another linebacker to the portal earlier last week.)... Read More

“I’m fine here”

by on September 29, 2021 0
Kevin Ollie is back in his element. His voice grows hoarse after shouting instructions for a few hours in training for Overtime Elite, the fledgling basketball operation for top prospects. He always seeks “level 5” enthusiasm from his players. Level 120, actually. “It means a level 5 every day,” said Ollie, “because tomorrow is... Read More

Wypler ready for return to New Jersey

by on September 29, 2021 0
Ohio State redshirt freshman offensive lineman Luke Wypler (53) throws the ball in the Ohio State-Tulsa game on September 18. Ohio State won 41-20. Credit: Mackenzie Shanklin | Photo editor Like many New Jersey folks, Luke Wypler loves pizza, bagels, and Bruce Springsteen. The Red Shirts freshman center is a Jersey boy at heart... Read More

Top 25 statewide after week 4

by on September 28, 2021 0
After an exciting week 4 of high school football season, four new teams entered the New Jersey USA TODAY NETWORK Top 25 rankings. Each week, voters across the network rank the state’s top 25 teams. Statewide rankings will be released every Tuesday morning. Here is the ranking of the 25 best after week 3:... Read More

Dizzy Gillespie Afro-Latin Experience to headline Free Outdoor Music Festival at Kean University on October 16

by on September 27, 2021 0
NEW | CHARACTERISTICS | OVERVIEW | EVENTS originally published: 09/27/2021 (UNION, NJ) – Kean University and internationally acclaimed bassist / producer Mike Griot will present next month the premier Jazz and Roots Music Festival, a free outdoor musical event open to the public at The Lawn at Enlow Hall in Hillside. The festival will... Read More

Results 2021 UCI Road World Championships

by on September 27, 2021 0
On Saturday 25 and Sunday 26 September, the cycling world watched the top road racers compete in the UCI Road World Road Championships road race in Flanders, Belgium, to determine who would wear the coveted rainbow jerseys. in the sky in the next season. It has been a tough battle for American cyclists this... Read More

NJ Devils defender dedicates Newark mural

by on September 27, 2021 0
NEWARK – Yasmin De Jesus grew up going to the swimming pool at the Ironbound Leisure Center. She “never thought” that she could decorate the installation. De Jesus’ work was unveiled on Monday: a colorful, multi-faceted mural that stretches from the building’s facade to the top of the bleachers at Eddie Moraes Stadium. His... Read More

Medical scrub market to register healthy annual growth rate till 2026

by on September 27, 2021 0
Medical Scrub research provides an in-depth and holistic view of the global industry. The comprehensive research report comprises essential data along with the market size and share of the global Medical Scrub industry. Further, the research report provides a clear description of the elements influencing the development of the Medical Scrubs market such as... Read More

Neilson Powless propels the world’s best men to the United States in two decades

by on September 26, 2021 0
“],” filter “: {” nextExceptions “:” img, blockquote, div “,” nextContainsExceptions “:” img, blockquote “}}”> LEUVEN, Belgium (VN) – Neilson Powless soared to the US elite men’s world championship best result in a decade with a fifth place finish on Sunday in a brutal race. The EF Education-Nippo rider joined a first group with... Read More

Who to watch, odds, best bets

by on September 26, 2021 0
The Giants face the Falcons 0-2 in Week 3. They must achieve a victory; Big Blue can’t spoil Eli Manning’s jersey removal ceremony. It’s a big game for a number of reasons. For one thing, the Giants absolutely need a win after starting the season 0-2. If they can’t score one against a struggling... Read More

South Jersey Times Football Pick Week 4

by on September 23, 2021 0
The last time the Millville and St. Augustine football teams met, the result was an instant classic. Friday’s game has the potential to be even better. Two of South Jersey’s top teams will resume their rivalry, but that’s far from the only highlight of this week’s home schedule. Washington Township in Cherokee and Salem... Read More

Caesars Sportsbook Arizona Offers Free Bets and NFL Jersey Offer for Thursday Night Football

by on September 23, 2021 0
Caesars Sportsbook Arizona has a tremendous array of Thursday night football promotions available ahead of tonight’s game between the Carolina Panthers and Houston Texas. Both new players signing up today and pre-existing users can take advantage of a large number of bonuses, merchandise offers and risk-free bets. Caesars Sportsbook Arizona remains one of the... Read More

Rutgers Debt Scandal: How Did It Happen?

by on September 23, 2021 0
Carl J. Asszony Thanks to the dedicated and persevering efforts of investigative journalists Jean Timbach and Abbot Koloff of NorthJersey.com and the USA TODAY Network, the hidden financial transactions at Rutgers University would not have been made public. Rimbach and Koloff’s special report revealed that Rutgers: Adopted deceptive accounting policies Millions of dollars borrowed... Read More

Yankees recover pitcher from injury

by on September 22, 2021 0
NEW YORK – Reinforcements continue to arrive for the Yankees pitching staff during the most critical time of the season. A day after Luis Severino made his long-awaited return from Operation Tommy John, along with a host of other setbacks, the Yankees announced on Wednesday that they had reinstated right-hander Domingo German from the... Read More

Yankees pitcher steps up rehabilitation

by on September 21, 2021 0
NEW YORK – Every game now counts for the Yankees, who compete for a playoff spot. With 11 games to go, including Tuesday night’s in the Bronx against the Texas Rangers, the Yankees hope they can put their best foot forward every night. That feeling includes the strongest possible enclosure, which manager Aaron Boone... Read More

The tides of this popular Asbury Park gathering place are turning

by on September 21, 2021 0
Throughout the pandemic, we have heard countless stories of companies closing and closing their doors. Restaurants in particular were particularly affected. Not being able to survive confinement and put in place the rules due to the coronavirus. It’s sad to hear that family-owned businesses that have existed in many Jersey Shore communities for generations... Read More

Conor McGregor receives honorary “Proper 12” jersey from Dallas Cowboys after attending game with LA Chargers

by on September 21, 2021 0
Conor McGregor was in attendance at SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, Calif., To cheer on the Dallas Cowboys in their NFL game against the LA Chargers. The Cowboys won the game and the Irishman received an honorary “Proper 12” jersey from the Dallas Cowboys. Watch the clip below: Conor McGregor has also attended some Cowboys... Read More

Travis Zajac retires – as the devil

by on September 20, 2021 0
After 15 beautiful years, Travis Zajac hangs up his skates. On Monday, veteran center Travis Zajac signed a one-day deal with the New Jersey Devils so he can retire in the jersey he has proudly represented for nearly 15 years. Zajac, 36, was originally the 20th overall pick in New Jersey’s 2004 NHL Draft.... Read More

Fourth Fall Baseball Scrum: Black 4, Maroon 3

by on September 20, 2021 0
(Photo: Gene Swindoll, Gene Page, 247Sports) It took extra innings, but the reigning national champion Mississippi State baseball team finally ended their penchant for draws Sunday afternoon at Dudy Noble Field. Teams Maroon and Black had ended two of their first three fall scrums in a stalemate and needed 10 innings to break the... Read More

Red Sox Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month 2021

by on September 19, 2021 0
BOSTON, MA – The Red Sox will mark the start of Hispanic Heritage Month today, Sunday, September 19, with pre-game ceremonies and tributes throughout the game recognizing the achievements and contributions of various members of the Hispanic community / LatinX of Boston. Hispanic Heritage Month at Fenway Park is presented by Goya Foods. Sunday’s... Read More
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