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Team North America Didn’t Disappoint

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Alex Turanski, Staff Writer

September 26, 2016

The game of hockey arrived early this September, as the NHL brought back the exciting tournament ¨The World Cup of Hockey.” Hockey fans were treated to the talents displayed by the under 23 team which assembled to represent North America, a culmination of both Canada and United States’ finest you...

South Football on Fire!

South Football on Fire!

Madeline Bonavita

September 23, 2016

Middletown South won 49-14 against Red Bank Catholic in the opening game of the season. The offense generated 247 rushing yards and 84 passing yards for a total output of 331 yards. In addition, on the defensive side of the ball RBC was held to 136 offensive yards. Middletown South dominated the game early ...

Paralympic Phenomena

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Matt McGrath, Sports Editor

September 22, 2016

Hidden in the shadow of this year’s highly controversial Summer Olympic games were the Paralympics games in Brazil, reserved for individuals with disabilities that supposedly make them unable to compete with competitors dubbed as “normal.” More often than not, however, Paralympic contestants exceed e...

Sportsball with Ayo

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Ayo Oladeji, Sports Editor

September 14, 2016

As sports editor for the Eagle Eye I am expected to know a lot about sports, and for the sake of this article let's say I do. Like some people, I do not follow sports heavily. I flip through the ESPN snapchat articles, and watch my family yell at the television. I mean I once came in third in a fantasy...

Boy’s Lacrosse

Matthew McGrath, Staff Writer

June 10, 2016

The future looks bright. Coming off a mediocre season and the departure of its head coach, the Middletown South Boy’s Lacrosse team had to answer many questions this past off-season. First, Robert Grella was named the new head coach. Looking to incorporate a new and improved atmosphere, Grella has...

South Wrestling Wraps a Successful Season

South Wrestling Wraps a Successful Season

Christopher Stephenson, Staff Writer

June 10, 2016

This year’s wrestling team had a noteworthy season, qualifying for both the state sectional tournament and the Shore Conference tournament. Led by captains Louis Avena, Brendan Rumsby, and Rob Hulse, the team finished Top 6 in the District 22 Tournament and Top 5 in the Shore Conference A-North To...

Boys Tennis

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June 10, 2016

 One brick at a time. Coach Deppeler has attempted to invoke a sense of passion for the age old sport, recruiting freshmen and sophomores in the past couple of years to try and build a successful program. Everyone knew that this season was going to be rather difficult, but that the lessons learned would hel...

Matt Lepine Breaks South’s 3200m Record

May 12, 2016

On Friday May 6th at the Holmdel Twilight Meet Matt Lepine broke South's 3200m record with a time of 9:39.

Can the Islanders Make a Run for the Cup?

Can the Islanders Make a Run for the Cup?

Alex Turanski, Staff Writer

April 27, 2016

The Islanders squeaked their way out of the first round against the Florida Panthers due to the late game heroics from Islander captain John Tavares. Tavares  scored the game tying goal and game winner in double overtime of game six. The biggest surprise to come out of this series is the performance of goalten...

Congratulations Ciara Sullivan!

Congratulations Ciara Sullivan!

April 13, 2016

Breaking school records is not new to Ciara Sullivan. Here is a breakdown of the records she has broken in her career here at South. Ciara has signed with, Division 1, Georgetown University in Washing D.C. Congratulations Ciara! We wish you the best of luck in your college and athletic endeavors! 2016 Single...

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