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Mustang Madness - Craziest Fans

These lunatics from Brick Memorial had no regard for weather or appearances.  They loved their Mustangs and would go to great lengths to let everyone know how deep that love went.

Brave(s) New World - Craziest Fans Part 2

These fans from Manalapan were, in a word, loud!  These are the kind of students that belong at a college basketball game, right behind the net.  

Three-Way Star - Most Versatile

Meet Mr. Jones - Best New Player

Dan Carhart from Shore did it all in 2001 - 4 INTS, 2 blocked kicks, 33 tackles, 14 TDs, 792 rushing yards, 296 receiving yards and 374 return yards, including a 65 punt return for a TD.

Lakewood's Dwayne Jones has it all - size, speed - and a nice stiff-arm move as seen above.  Only a sophomore, the Shore Conference has been put on notice; this kid is going to be something special.

NASA Alert - Best Moon Shot

Temple?  RU kidding me? - Best Decision

Week Five - Toms River North vs Freehold Township

Red Bank's Wil Gilkison broke the Bucs-Owls pipeline by committing to Rutgers.  Gilkison looked and played like a man among boys and will make an impact for the Scarlet Knights.

Michigan Hornets - Best New Helmet

Hutchinson Hush - Quietest Moment

Best new helmet goes to Holmdel.  By switching from a plain white dome to a Michigan-style look, the Hornets upgraded their look in 2001.

You could hear pins drop when Long Branch's Berkeley Hutchinson went down in Week Three against Raritan.  Hutchinson, mic'd for MSG network for the game, eventually returned late in the season and will play alongside Gilkison at Rutgers next year.

Return to Glory - Best Off-Season Pickup

Boice's National Anthem - Best Breakout Year

John Amabile joined Brick Memorial's staff as defensive coordinator and helped the Mustangs to their best season in years.

The Colonials took the National Division this year and look to be as good or better in 2002 with a talented backfield and more returning for a title defense.

California Dreaming - Best Hair

Overflow 2001 - Biggest Crowd

Brian Kopsic of Brick Memorial

Wall-Manasquan 2001

Over 8,000 fans watched as the Knights successfully defended their Liberty Division title against Manasquan in a 17-14 win.

Brotherly Love - Best Family Combo

Patriots Head Coach Dom Lepore (left) and his quarterback, brother Paul (right), led Freehold Township to a school-record seven wins and the school's first-ever playoff appearance.  

Mighty Mulcahey - Happiest Coach

Fighting Fliers - Best Comeback

Marlboro won their first game of the season against Manchester in Week Eight, and Mustang head coach Tom Mulcahey (above) pumped his fist in victory.

Neptune 33 - TRS 27

The Scarlet Fliers clawed back from a 27-point deficit and beat the Indians on a Julian Riley to Jarrett Doyle TD pass in overtime.

Pick Your Poison - Most Dangerous Duo

Matawan's one-two punch of Tom Corley (left) and Kevin Davis (right) was the most explosive backfield in the Shore Conference this past season.



Mustang Vin - Most Intense Manager

Davis minus 12 - Best Halftime Uniform Adjustment

Vin Russo of Brick Memorial

Vin's the type of kid who would be a wedge-buster on special teams - a guy that would go 110% and sacrifice his body for the team.  He bleeds green and white.

Matawan's Kevin Davis, usually number 22, had to switch to a number 10 jersey after tearing his shirt in the first half against Long Branch in Week Four.

Tearin' Down the Wall - Best Hug

Mac Attack - Best New Nickname for 2002

The Eagle's Steve Antonucci and Brendan Kennedy embrace after beating Wall in the CJ Group 3 semifinals.

Anthony Macaluso - Middletown South

After rumbling for 132 yards in the state final, Macaluso will now be referred to as "MacTruckaluso".

Ram Tough - Best Stadium

Southern Regional's stadium is the best in the Shore Conference.  Throw in the fact that the Rams' band is one of the best around and you have all the makings of an almost college-like experience when you attend a game here.

Shore Feels Good - Best Regular Season Celebration Shot

Daydream Believer - Most Over-Worked Manager

Shore's John Maisto raised his arms in triumph in Week One after the Blue Devils defeated Keyport 17-14 on a last-second field goal.

Colts Neck - Hey, carrying that tub of Gatorade is no easy task!

He's Got the Gig - Rookie Coach of the Year

Freddie and the Drench - Best Water Shot

Point Beach's Nick Giglio, in his first year, steered his team to a winning record and a playoff appearance despite injuries that would have decimated most teams.

Brick Memorial's Fred Sprengel got doused at the conclusion of the Mustangs-Central game that sealed at least a share of the Constitution title for the second-year coach.

Makin' Some Noise - Best Awakening of a Sleeping Giant

Schoolboy Savvy - Most Likely To Replace Dennis Miller

The Rams posted their first winning season since 1992, won six games for the first time since 1989 and made a trip to the playoffs for the first time since 1981.

Steve from WOBM

This kid is going places.  You'd never know from talking to him that he's still in high school.

Stone Cold Rocket - Celebrity Look-Alikes Part 1

Raritan coach Derek Sininsky has an uncanny resemblance to Stone Cold Steve Austin, and come game-time, is just as intense.

Truckin' - Celebrity Look-Alikes Part 2

Manasquan's Rich Lapinski (left) and Tamps Bay's Mike Alstott are both built like tanks and both run like battering rams. 

Rewriting the Books - Best Record-Breaking Performances

Lacey's Kyren Dooley (left) became his school's all-time leading passer and Billy Lyons (right) broke virtually every Middletown North rushing record in 2001.

Head Games - Best Hat (Repeat Winner)

Never Say Die - Best Second-Half Rebound

This gentleman from Middletown South never fails to show his support for the Eagles, and he's been wearing this hat for over thirty years running.

After starting the season 1-5, Toms River South went 3-1 the rest of the way and came within a broken play in the season finale against Lakewood of finishing with a .500 record.

Dragon Fire - Best Offensive Explosion Touchdown Troy - Most Clutch Performance

Brick opened up a 21-point first-quarter lead and exploded for 55 total points against Southern on September 23rd. Playing hurt, Manasquan's Troy Morgan scored two touchdowns, one via an interception and the other on a 45-yard run, in the waning minutes of a 14-0 victory over Ridge in the Central Jersey Group 2 finals.

Golden Boy - Bell Ringer Award Great Scott - Best Up and Coming Prognosticator
Central's Paul Golden, although only 5-10, 175, was feared by anyone running his way in 2001. Scott Stump of the Asbury Park Press, picking games for the first time this year, missed winning the 2001 Pick 'Em contest by one game.

Kubu's Clan - Family Man of the Year Cancro Crush - The Gladiator Award
At the end of every game throughout Manasquan coach Vic Kubu's career, you would always find his family there to greet him in the middle of the field. Wall's Rob Cancro (DL) played and looked like a Gladiator in 2001 in helping Wall to it's second consecutive Federal Division title.

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