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 •  December 7, 2017

James Fisher arrived for a recent meeting inside the Rutgers University women's soccer office, greeted Scarlet Knights coach Mike O'Neill with a hug, and pulled out a pamphlet with his son's picture on it. "This,'' he said, "is therapy for me.'' Fisher recalled dropping off his son, Sean, for a recreational-league football practice on Aug. 25,...

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 •  July 29, 2017

PHILADELPHIA -- Eagles wide receiver Alshon Jeffery went down with what appeared to be a minor injury to his right shoulder early in Saturday afternoon's practice at the NovaCare Complex. Saturday was the first practice of camp that the Eagles were in full pads, and early on Jeffery was going up against cornerback Patrick Robinson in a one-on-one...

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 •  June 17, 2017

SOUTH ORANGE -- Words of encouragement -- instead of pointed barbs -- across the line in the Rutgers-Seton Hall rivalry? Welcome to the era of Pat Hobbs and Pat Lyons as athletics directors at intra-state rivals, both of whom are breaking fundraising records. Before Hobbs was hired in November 2015 as Rutgers athletics director, he was head of...

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 •  March 13, 2017

WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP -- Washington Township High School recently was recognized by Niche.com as one of the Best High Schools for Athletes in New Jersey, as well as the tri-state region. WTHS was tabbed 52nd in the nation, seventh in the state and second in the Philadelphia region in the rankings, which are based on student and parent reviews of...

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 •  March 2, 2017

Delsea Regional High School Athletic Trainer Kevin Briles was just chosen for induction into the New Jersey Scholastic Coaches Association Hall of Fame. Briles is the only athletic trainer in the entire state this year to be chosen for this prestigious honor. Briles has been the athletic trainer for Delsea since 2004; he has been the assistant to...

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 •  February 6, 2017

(Submitted photo) WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP -- Washington Township High School head athletic trainer Tanya Dargusch has been named to the National Athletic Trainers' Association (NATA) Hall of Fame, as the 2017 selection from District 2 (Delaware, New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania) and one of seven inductees nationwide. She also was the...

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 •  February 2, 2017

As an athletic trainer, John Gallucci Jr. has had a hand in returning some of the finest athletes in New Jersey and New York -- think Devils, Red Bulls and Knicks -- to competition. The Chatham resident, however, has an interest in all of us using our bodies properly. As the president and CEO of JAG Physical Therapy, Gallucci and his staff treat...

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 •  July 19, 2016

Early physical therapy intervention is beneficial after a concussion because it eases symptoms and expedites rehabilitation. Like any other injury, physical therapy often is recommended to people who suffer from a traumatic brain injury, or a concussion, as a way to lessen the extent of their symptoms and to be able to return to daily activities or...

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 •  June 10, 2016

Bayonne PAL bball summer deadline Registration is underway for the summer and winter seasons of the Bayonne PAL basketball league for boys and girls ages 5-15 at the 23rd Street side of Midtown School at 550 Avenue A. Summer registration, which ends today, costs $25. The winter deadline is Aug. 29 with a $100 registration fee. For more information,...

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 •  May 25, 2016

Woodstown High School senior Rebecca Johnson (left) has been named Woodstown Rotary Club Youth of the Month for May 2016. Kristen Paolizzi (right) has been named Woodstown Rotary Club Youth of the Month for June 2016. (COURTESY PHOTOS) WOODSTOWN — Woodstown High School senior Rebecca Johnson has been named Woodstown Rotary Club Youth of the Month...