Friday, May 3, 2013
Students, parents, coaches, boosters are all welcome on Ocean City Patch.
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Sunday, June 17, 2012
A weekly recap of the past week's news.
This week we saw Ocean City High School's graduation, met some Miss New Jersey contestants and heard an address from Mayor Jay Gillian. Here are some more highlights from the past week's news: On Monday, we reported that Prudential Fox & Roach has merged with Ocean City Realty, announced that the Ocean City Repertory Theater will present "It Had To Be You," posted a police activity report and saw the mayor honor Laurie Kohr Fernsler. On Tuesday, we looked at some new potential planning board regulations, saw the Coast Guard search for yacht explosion "victims" after a hoax phone call and saw the Ocean City First Night Committee choose Juliann Baker as the winner of its logo contest. On Wednesday, we were scared senseless at the Ocean City …
Thursday, December 16, 2010
The defending league champions will try to make up for the graduation of three top players.
With a new season comes new expectations. The Ocean City High School boys' basketball team enters the season as the defending Cape-Atlantic League champs, and although the players take pride in the accomplishment, they face a new challenge. They open the season 6 p.m. Friday at home against Hammonton. The Red Raiders, who were 19-8 last year, are a different squad, losing standout center Tyler Reich, sharpshooter Chris Curran and unselfish guard Connor Ortolf to graduation. The Red Raiders have to make up for the 28 points a game that Reich and Curran combined to average a year ago. "It's a little different because we lost some guys from last year," forward Luke Hogan said. "We had Tyler Reich, a huge center, and Chris Curran, who was a …