Thursday Night Football is coming to the Jersey Shore

A few great days at the beach ahead and maybe the last chance for the kids to swim, surf or just relax before school starts. Meanwhile, almost all of the 42 Shore Football Schools will be in action this weekend before most if not all of them even start lessons. With Labor Day weekend being the regular start of the season this year and with many teams wanting to stay away from the holidays (and traffic), there are actually 10 games being played tonight. The schedule will be highlighted by a game between Toms River in which the East Raiders visit the South Indians where Matt Martin will make his head coaching debut.

Another freshman coach is John Tierney at Pinelands with the Wildcats to host Point Beach while Jackson Liberty entertains Keansburg where Jim Reid makes his Titans debut. If you like the idea of ​​Thursday Night Football, there are plenty of other games, including Brick Memorial at the Jackson Memorial. These teams have faced each other in some classic matchups in the past when they were both part of the old “A South” division. Brick will be at home against Marlboro, Central will travel to Howell, Point Boro will host Neptune, Barnegat will head north to Freehold Township, Ocean will be at home against Holmdel and Raritan will visit Matawan.

There are also 7 games on Friday including Lacey at Donovan Catholic and Saturday’s schedule includes Toms River North v Rumson in the Rumble on the Raritan at Rutgers while Manchester and new manager Tommy Farrell visit Lakewood.

For details, scoreboards and more visit www.shoresportsnetwork.com

By the way, Monmouth University is making its Colonial Athletic Conference debut tonight when it visits the University of New Hampshire.

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