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Student-Athletes May Be Randomly Tested for Steroid Use [AUDIO]

Sports and steroids are almost synonymous these days and that's why New Jersey is looking to crack down on steroid use among young student athletes.

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NJSIAA Proposal to Expand Football Playoffs Voted Down by Membership

A proposal to expand the NJSIAA football playoffs in order to crown public Group champions was soundly voted down by the organization's membership on Monday morning.

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NJ Lawmaker Not Surprised by NJSIAA’s Profits

Assemblyman John Burzichelli, who for years has fought the New Jersey State Interscholastic Athletic Association’s (NJSIAA) efforts to hike ticket prices for high school playoffs, responded Tuesday to reports that the NJSIAA raked in $30,725 in 2012-13, its first surplus since 2008-09.

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Brick kicker Anthony Starego, 19, who has multi-symptom autism, savored his first game back on Friday night against Toms River South after the NJSIAA granted him an unprecedented fifth year of eligibility earlier in the day. (Photo by Scott Stump).
Brick kicker Anthony Starego, 19, who has multi-symptom autism, savored his first game back on Friday night against Toms River South after the NJSIAA granted him an unprecedented fifth year of eligibility earlier in the day. (Photo by Scott Stump).
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Brick’s Anthony Starego: Back in the Game

Munching on a hot pretzel under the cover of darkness outside the locker room after the cameras surrounding him were put away and lights turned off following Friday night's win over Toms River South, Brick's Anthony Starego managed a wan smile."I'm happy,'' he said. "But I'm tired."

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Anthony Starego (courtesy Bill Normile)
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NJSIAA Reverses Ruling, Grants Eligibility to Brick Kicker with Autism

In a dramatic reversal of a ruling from March, the NJSIAA has declared on Friday that Brick kicker Anthony Starego, who has multi-symptom autism, is immediately eligible to play a fifth season for the Green Dragons this fall, according to a news release by his family.

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Brick Memorial takes the field for their game against Neptune (Townsquare Media NJ)
Brick Memorial takes the field for their game against Neptune (Townsquare Media NJ)
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New Jersey Seeks to Ban Trash Talking at High School Sporting Events – Good Idea or Just Dopey? [POLL]

The day is at hand when some legislator will come up with a bill mandating that everyone be nice to everyone else.

Direct nothing toward anyone that’s going to hurt their feelings and the like

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Brick Memorial takes the field for their game against Neptune (Townsquare Media NJ)
Brick Memorial takes the field for their game against Neptune (Townsquare Media NJ)
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No Trash Talking in New Jersey High School Sports – Dopey Policy? [POLL]

Question right out of the box: Isn’t trash talking part of the game in any sport?

Tom Hanks said it best in “A League of Their Own”. “There’s no crying in baseball!”

So now we have a rule banning trash talking in high school sports here in the state

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