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OC Girls JV8+ Crew Team Wins National Title at SRAA Regatta

The Ocean City High School girls rowing team made quite an impression yesterday at the Scholastic Rowing Association’s National Championship Regatta at Dillon Lake in Ohio. The Girls JV 8+ coxswain boat, winners last week at the prestigious Stotesbury Regatta in Philadelphia proved that victory was no fluke, taking the gold medal. The preliminary rounds of the Nationals competition took place Friday, with semifinals and finals held Saturday...

Guest Speaker Josh McDowell at Ocean City Tabernacle on Sunday

Evangelist and author Josh McDowell will be the guest speaker at the opening of the Ocean City Tabernacle 2019 summer season, Sunday, May 26, at 8:30 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. Since 1960, McDowell has delivered more than 27,000 talks to over 25 million people in 125 countries. He has written or is co-author of 148 books, including “More Than a Carpenter” and “Evidence That Demands a Verdict,” which was recognized by World Magazine as one of the top 40 books of the 20th century.

OCHS Girls JV 8 – Wins US Nationals With Open Water

Ocean City High Schools Girls JV 8 won the US National Championship on Lake Dillon in Nashport, OH today...

Two Pedestrians Struck in Ocean City

Two pedestrians were struck by a motor vehicle when crossing the road at Eighth Street and Bay Avenue on Friday night at the start of the Memorial Day weekend in Ocean City. They were taken to the hospital. Police did not release their names, their hometown or the extent of their injuries.

Mayor’s Message: May 24

In his weekly message to the public, Mayor Jay Gillian said it was great to see so many cars streaming into Ocean City on Friday morning as the town gets ready for another summer season. The city kicked off the Memorial Day weekend with its traditional "unlocking of the ocean" ceremony and the annual Business Persons Plunge celebration. The mayor reminded residents that Memorial Day is also a time to remember and reflect on the ultimate sacrifices made by members of the military and their families.

OCHS Girls Lacrosse Ousted From Playoffs

The 11th ranked Ocean City High School girls’ lacrosse team suffered a 17-3 loss Thursday to perennial powerhouse Moorestown in the South Jersey Group III playoff finals. The Red Raiders ended their season with a record of 19-3. During the year, Moorestown was the only New Jersey school that beat them – in their first game of the season and their last. Ocean City’s only other defeat during the season was to Garnet Valley High School of Pennsylvania. Moorestown clinched its ninth straight South Jersey title with the win over Ocean City.

Two O.C. Teens Receive State Awards for Creativity

Two Ocean City High School students were among those honored by the New Jersey Department of Human Services May 15 for their winning entries in the 2019 New Jersey Child Support Teen Media Contest. Erin Hanlon, of Ocean City High School, took second place in the Written Work category. Elijah Cochran, also of Ocean City High School, won third place in the same category.

Welcome to “Carefree” Boating at the Shore

There are no dock fees or insurance costs. No back-breaking cleaning or maintenance, either. Your boat will be fueled up and ready to go before you even step on board. Welcome to “boating without owning.” Carefree Boat Club has arrived at the Jersey Shore, taking up residence in Avalon at the Commodore Bay Marina at 900 Ocean Drive.

OCHS Boys Lacrosse Edged in Playoffs

The Ocean City High School boys lacrosse team lost a state playoff game in heartbreaking fashion Wednesday afternoon, 7-6, to visiting Shawnee. The loss in the semifinals of the South Jersey Group III tournament ended the Red Raiders season with a record of 19-3. The goalkeepers for both teams turned in outstanding performances, making critical saves, keeping the game interesting for the full 48 minutes and making every offensive possession count.

AC Blackjacks Face Unbeaten Albany Empire

The Atlantic City Blackjacks will have quite the test in Week 5. The league-leading Albany Empire come to town Saturday as the only undefeated Arena Football League team remaining this season. Led by veteran quarterback Tommy Grady and star wide receiver Malachi Jones, the Empire are a complete team all around. Playing against an undefeated team, the Blackjacks look to play their most complete game yet and hope to hand the Empire their first loss of the season. The game will be played in Atlantic City at Jim Whelan Boardwalk Hall. Kickoff is scheduled for 7 p.m. Saturday.