RFH, RBR SUFFER FIRST FOOTBALL LOSSES

Rumson-Fair Haven Regional’s varsity football team fell to unbeaten St. John Vianney Thursday night in a game “with plenty of fireworks,” says Rich Chrampanis, of the new video-based website Shore Sports Zone. The SSZ highlight reel from Thursday also includes a report on Red Bank Regional’s road loss to Neptune, as well as highlights from Middletown South and Middletown North. Check in with SSZ for great coverage of high school sports across Monmouth County and beyond. (Video courtesy of Shore Sports Zone .)

IT’S LIGHTS-OUT AS RFH, RBC ROLL TO WINS

The lights go out in Rumson, but Charlie Volker his fellow Dawgs light up the home field for Rumson-Fair Haven against Monmouth Regional. Meanwhile, Red Bank Catholic’s special teams prowess helped the Casey’s crush Neptune at Count Basie Field. Rich Chrampanis’ new video-based website Shore Sports Zone, has the highlights from these Friday-night games and three others in Monmouth and Ocean counties. (Video courtesy of Shore Sports Zone .)

RED BANK CATHOLIC BLOWS THROUGH WALL

Looking for its 34th straight Shore Conference win, the Red Bank Catholic football team traveled to Wall Friday and came away with a smashing 55-6 victory. Quarterback Eddie Hahn shone, with three TD runs and another in the form of a pass.

The Caseys return to their home turf at Count Basie Field next week to face Long Branch in the first of six straight Friday night home games.

RBC v. Wall is one of three matchups spotlighted in a Friday-night recap by Rich Chrampanis of Shore Sports Zone, a new video-based local sports website. Take it there for the big picture.

CHAMPS IN 2013, R-FH TRIES TO STAY HUNGRY

How do you top an 11-1 season that ended with a NJSIAA Group II State Championship? After the best football campaign in school history, the Rumson-Fair Haven Regional Bulldogs are starting anew, having lost 32 players to graduation. But the roster still boasts running back Charlie Volker, who steamrolled to more than 2,100 yards and 27 TDs last year, and under Coach Bryan Batchler, the theme this year is “stay hungry.”

Rich Chrampanis’ new video-based website Shore Sports Zone pops in on a Bulldogs practice for this season preview. And stay tuned for a redbankgreen-Sports Zone collaboration starting in September. (Video courtesy of Shore Sports Zone .)

FOR RBR, A FRESH GRIDIRON START

It’s reset time for the Red Bank Regional Buccaneers as they look to improve on last season’s 1-9 record. Coach Nick Giglio’s squad kicks off a fresh campaign under the home lights on September 12 against Wall. Here’s a look-ahead from Rich Chrampanis’ new video-based website Shore Sports Zone, where you’ll find complete coverage of high school sports across Monmouth County and beyond. And stay tuned for a redbankgreen-Sports Zone collaboration starting in September. (Video courtesy of Shore Sports Zone .)

RED BANK CATHOLIC AIMS HIGHER THIS YEAR

What’s the next level of achievement for a football team that went 10-1 last year but failed to get to the big game? An undefeated season and a state championship, say the players at Red Bank Catholic, who open this year’s campaign on September 5 at Wall and then return to Count Basie Field for six straight Friday night home games.

Look for tons more previews like this on sports journo Rich Chrampanis’ new video-based website Shore Sports Zone – and stay tuned for a redbankgreen-Sports Zone collaboration starting in September. (Video courtesy of Shore Sports Zone .)