2014 Jingle Bells 5k Run – Alumni Team Challenge


We need as many TRS runners as possible:

 

Sunday,  December    7,     2014    at    3:30pm

 

Toms  River    Alumni    Team  Challenge    (5k):

  • Must  be    a    graduate    of    Toms    River    HS    East,    North    or    South. Graduates    of   the    original    Toms    River     High  School    are    eligible    to    participate    on    the    TR  South    team.
  • Must  register    for    the    5k    run.    Team    participants    are    eligible    for    overall      and    age    group    awards.
  • Must  provide    your    name,    rbib    number    and    high    school    alma    mater    to    the

Team    Challenge    table    at  race    headquarters    before    2:30pm    on    race    day.

  • Only  1    race    division.    Only    1    team    per    high    school.    Each    team    must    have    a    minimum    of    3     participants  to    be    eligible    for    an    award.    Each

team    may    have    an    unlimited    number    of     participants.  No    age

restrictions.    No    minimum    or    maximum    number    of    male    or    female

participants  per    team.

  • Scoring  will    be    based    upon    the    addition    of    the    clock    times    of    the    team

participants.

  • 1s  Place    award    to    the    team    with    the    fastest    total    time    of    the    team’s    top    3

participants.

  • Race  Director    reserves    the    right    to    cancel    the    event    or    change    the    rules    at    any    time.
  • For  more    information,    go    to       http://www.jinglebellsrun.com/    or
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South Boys 5th / Girls 8th at Counties


Led by Petey Bunonocore’s 5th place individual finish, the boys team finished 5th overall.

Video of race - http://thetrackshow.com/meetcoverage/fall2014/ocean/bv.html

Boys Varsity Results - http://nj.milesplit.com/meets/180003/results/336134/raw

Boys JV Results - http://nj.milesplit.com/meets/180003/results/336137/raw

Boys Frosh Results – http://nj.milesplit.com/meets/180003/results/336131/raw

Girls Varsity Results - http://nj.milesplit.com/meets/180003/results/336133/raw

Girls JV Results - http://nj.milesplit.com/meets/180003/results/336135/raw

Girls Frosh Results - http://nj.milesplit.com/meets/180003/results/336130/raw

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Results from 6th Annual Alumni Track Party


Last Saturday was the 6th Annual Alumni Track Party held at “The OH” at TRS followed by pizza and drinks at Capones.

The one event held on the track was the 400 meter dash where National Champion Tom Sippie (’11) pulled away from Steve Geiger (’95) over the last 150 meters to take the victory.  Good times was had by all and we hope more people can make it next time.

Results:

  • Tom Sippie (’11) – 54.34
  • Steve Geiger (’95) – 55.90
  • Chris Marco (’13) – 57.18
  • Scott Sarno (’86) – 59.99
  • Bobby Cannon (’01) – 65.64
  • Brandt Dillon (‘12) – 66.85
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6th Annual TRS XC Alumni Meet – Saturday, September 13th


1990 XC Team - Row 1: Chris Comstock, John Horgan, Brian Bauer, Phil Schleper, Levi Wilson, Jason Gibis; Row 2: Coach O'Leary, Dan Greer, Mark Geiger, Tim Burr, Rob Ritacco, Eric Biehl, Joe Gardell, Markus Gebel, Lance Xifo, Jeff McNeil (not shown: Coach Hennessey)

1990 XC Team – Row 1: Chris Comstock, John Horgan, Brian Bauer, Phil Schleper, Levi Wilson, Jason Gibis; Row 2: Coach O’Leary, Dan Greer, Mark Geiger, Tim Burr, Rob Ritacco, Eric Biehl, Joe Gardell, Markus Gebel, Lance Xifo, Jeff McNeil (not shown: Coach Hennessey)

Save the Date:

TRS Alumni XC Meet

Varsity vs. Alumni
3PM Saturday, September 13th
Ocean County Park, Lakewood, NJ

The 6th Annual TRS XC Alumni Meet will be held on Saturday (09/13/14) at Ocean County Park.  We encourage all who are interested to watch or participate (family or friends), whether you’re running 5:00 minute miles or 12:00 minute miles for the race.

Afterwards, we will be having a BBQ at the picnic area of the park.  Please let us know if you plan on coming and please forward this to anyone that you know who may be interested.

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6th Annual TRS Alumni Track Party


Toms River Alumni Track Party

Saturday, July 26, 2014

5pm at the “OH” at Toms River South

and

7pm at Capones Restuarant (Jimmy Cs side)

The Toms River South Alumni Committee will be hosting its 6th annual alumni event at the “Mark O’Leary and Ed Heffernan Track Complex” to get together to relive the good old days, as well as raise money for the scholarship.

The general plan is to meet at 5pm at the track.  If there is enough interest and it is not too hot, there will be two events:  the 400 meter dash and the shot put.  We will then be moving the party over to Capones on Washington Street in Downtown Toms River for food and drinks at around 7pm.  The party will be on the right side of the restaurant which was once called Jimmy Cs.  All are welcome.

We will not be able to send out mailed invitations, so please pass the word to alumni that don’t use the computer.

We are also doing this to continue to contribute to the scholarship fund we set up a few years ago for a male and female Track and Field athlete who has the “passion and excitement for the sport and would like to continue pursuing the sport at the next level”.

Here is the Paypal link to donate:

We are a Verified Member of PayPal (https://www.paypal.com/us/verified/pal=cannon%40olearyheff%2eorg)

More information can be found at the “Scholarship” tab on the top of website.

We will also be having the 6th Annual Alumni Cross Country meet in September.  We will share that date when the XC schedule is set, so stay tuned for that event.

Please RSVP if you can make it.

 

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Help Support the Riverside Signal


Here is a message from Erik Weber (’99) about the Riverside Signal:

I’m writing to inform you that the Riverside Signal is returning to the region as a monthly savings and news magazine, featuring many coupons to local eateries, retail shops, services and fun activities in addition to independent, original community news from council meetings, events, land use board hearings, historical features, arts and culture bulletins and more.
Our coverage area includes the Toms River, Berkeley and Barrier Island regions, and our new website, launching this week, can be found at RiversideSignal.com.
Below is a link where, if interested, you and others may subscribe to this great new community paper at a savings of 37% off the cover price at local news stands when it begins publishing this July:
Readers may choose to select a ‘pay online’ option at the top or click the image of subscription forms at the bottom to be able to print out and mail in their order.
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South Girls’ 2014 Outdoor Season


The Toms River South girls’ track and field team has had quite the spring season, and it will end at Wednesday’s NJSIAA Meet of Champions when junior Chelsea Smith and senior Armani Brown compete against New Jersey’s finest.

Some of the early season highlights included a 6-1 record in class A-South, with victories over Jackson, Brick Memorial, TR East, Brick, Lacey, and TR North.  The team then earned a 2nd place finish at the Ocean County Relays with 57 points and a 3rd place finish at the Ocean County Championships with 55 points.

Highlights of County Relays:

  • Chelsea Smith, Madison Kenny, Delaney Savacool and Alexsus Vuocolo – 1st place – sprint medley (4:20.87)
  • Alyssa Wamsley, Delaney Savacool, Madison Meise and Chelsea Smith – 1st place – 1600 meter relay (4:13.33)
  • Madison Meise, Hannah Cooper, Delaney Huber and Destiny Kearney – 2nd place – shuttle hurdles (65.96 – varsity school record)
  • Madison Meise, Lauren Baranyay, Hannah Cooper – 2nd place – high jump (13’8)
  • Destiny Kearney – Triple Jump (35’3.25 – varsity school record)

Highlights from the Ocean County Championships:

  • Destiny Kearney – 100 meter dash champion (12.69), 200 meter dash 2nd place (25.75), triple jump 3rd place (34’7), 100 meter hurdles 6th place (15.53)
  • Chelsea Smith – 1600 meter run 2nd place (5:02.53), 800 meter run 2nd place (2:13.42 – varsity school record
  • Madison Meise – 400 meter hurdles 3rd place (68.11)
  • Alyssa Wamsley, Hannah Cooper, Madison Kenny and Chelsea Smith – 1600 meter relay 3rd place (4:05.76

South then continued its championship season with excellent performances at the Shore Conference

and South Jersey Group 3 State Championships.  At the Shore Conference, South earned 19 points, 16 in the distance events, to finish 10th place.  A week later, South showed tremendous depth, scoring 34 points at the South Jersey Group 3 State Championships to finish 4th place.  In between, South’s youth made the future look promising, winning the freshman division of the Shore Frosh/Novice Meet with 72 points.

Highlights from the Shore Conference:

  • Alexsus Vuocolo – 1600 meter run 2nd place (5:10.37)
  • Chelsea Smith – 800 meter run 2nd place (2:16.07)
  • Destiny Kearney – 200 meter run 6th place (26.26) and triple jump 6th place (35’4 – varsity school record)
  • Madison Meise – 400 meter hurdle 6th place (66.99 – freshman school record)

Highlights from the Shore Frosh/Novice Championship:

  • Freshman Division

o   Madison Meise – 100 meter hurdles 1st place (16.29), triple jump 1st place (33’1), 200 meter dash 4th place (28.36)

o   Lauren Baranyay – Long jump 2nd place (15’4.5) and 100meter hurdles 3rd place (17.82)

o   Delaney Huber  – 100 meter hurdles 2nd place (17.80) and long jump (15’4)

o   Caroline Dudeck – Javelin 1st place (91’1)

o   Kasey Cupo – Javelin 3rd place (84’4)

o   Shannon Sorrentino – Shot put 4th place (30’4.5)

  • Novice Division

o   Tenaya Marsh, Elizabeth Rosario, Destiny Everett and Delaney Huber – 1600 meter relay 4th place (4:26.15)

o   Destiny Everett – Triple jump 6th place (28’7.5)

o   Larissa Craig – Discus 6th place (83’0)

Highlights from the South Jersey Group 3 State Sectional

  • Chelsea Smith – 1600 meter 4th place (5:03.63) and 800 meter 3rd place (2:14.40)
  • Armani Brown – Shot put 2nd place (35’1.5) and discus 6th place (100’4)
  • Destiny Kearney – 100 meter 4th place (12.64) and 200 meter 4th place (25.80)
  • Alexsus Vuocolo – 1600 meter 6th place (5:04.76) and 3200 meter 5th place (11:26.61)
  • Shannon Kearney, Madison Kenny, Hannah Cooper and Elizabeth Rosario – 3200 meter relay 5th place (10:05.24)
  • Madison Kenny, Hannah Cooper, Madison Meise and Chelsea Smith – 1600 meter relay 5th place (4:05.53)

 

This past Saturday, the lady Indians traveled to South Plainfield High School for the Group 3 State Championship.  South didn’t disappoint, competing well across the board.  On the track, Chelsea Smith put herself in the stacked 1600 meter race and held on for a 9th place finish in 4:57.72, the fastest time in Toms River South (and possibly Toms River School’s) history.  Chelsea’s splits were 71, 75, 76 and 74 for the race.  She followed that performance on Friday with a 6th place finish in the 800 meter run in 2:14.88.  That 800 marks the 4th weekend in a row that Chelsea has gone under the former school record of 2:16.1, set by Michele Kelty in 1981.  Armani Brown also had a banner day in the shot put, throwing a 2 and ½ foot personal best in the shot put of 37’9.5, good for 6th place and a berth into the Meet of Champions.  Armani’s worst throw of the day was 35’7, which was 3 inches further than her best ever, and showed she was ready for the breakthrough she had.  She also earned 13th in the discus with a 101’3, 1 inch off her personal best from counties.

Additionally, South received solid performances from Alexsus Vuocolo, who doubled in 5:07 (1600m) and 11:22 (3200) for 13th and 15th respectively.  Destiny Kearney ended what was the best season by a TR South sprinter ever with a 17th place mark in the 100m and a 14th place mark in the 200m.  Destiny personal bests for the season in the 100m (12.1 – school record), 200m (25.75 – #2), 100 hurdles (15.28, #2), and triple jump (35’4 – school record) prove that she will be a force in New Jersey next spring, her senior year.  Destiny will lead a well-rounded group next year, which hopes to continue the tradition of excellence that is Toms River South track and field.

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