Middletown North football coach Joe Trezza is stepping down, Middletown’s acting athletic director Nick Pizzulli said on Tuesday afternoon.
Trezza went 2-8 in his seventh season as the Lions’ head coach. He finished his coaching stint at Middletown North with a 21-49 career record.
Trezza led the Lions to NJSIAA playoff appearances in 2008 and 2009, and the Lions lost in the first round each year.
IN GIRLS SWIMMING:
NEPTUNE 89, MANCHESTER 81: Tara Maniace and Emelie Farrington each won two events as the Scarlet Fliers defeated the Hawks in a nondivisional meet at Neptune Aquatic Center on Tuesday afternoon.
After only winning 5 out of 11 events, Neptune (2-7) was able to hold off Manchester (2-8) for the victory. Maniace won the 200 freestyle (2:06.31) and the 100 butterfly (1:06.27), while Farrington won the 200 individual medley (2:27.83) and the 500 freestyle (5:47.54). Neptune also took first in the 200 freestyle relay (2:05.39).
Manchester senior Camile Cochino won the 50 freestyle (29.83), and the 100 freestyle (1:06.87), while Martha Pender won the 100 breaststroke (1:17.46).
MANASQUAN 121, HOLMDEL 49: Freshman Sarah Hegna won the 200 freestyle (2:09.59) and the 500 freestyle (6:50.17) to lead the Warriors (9-1) past the Hornets (4-4) in a Class A Central meet. Manasquan senior Hannah Briant won the 200 individual medley (2:20.48) and the 100 butterfly (1:01.31).
IN BOYS SWIMMING:
NEPTUNE 132, MANCHESTER 34: Senior Brian Perkins and junior Joshua Guida each won two events to help the Scarlet Fliers (7-3) defeat the Hawks (0-8) in a nondivisional meet. Perkins won the 100 freestyle (58.03), and the 100 breaststroke (1:15.49). Guida took first in the 500 freestyle (6:13.08) and the 100 backstroke (1:15.39).
SOUTHERN 114, BRICK 56: Juniors Cody Dentroux and Ben Moran each won two events as the Rams (1-2) defeated the Dragons (0-7) in a Class A South meet. Dentroux won the 100 butterfly (1:01.70) and the 100 backstroke (1:01.85). Moran won the 200 individual medley (2:26.76) and the 100 breaststroke (1:10.52).
IN ICE HOCKEY:
OLD BRIDGE 4, WALL 3: Wall’s Jeff Morgan played a role in all three of his Walls’ goals, including primary assists on a pair of first-period goals by Alex Wuestnuck and a power-play marker of his own in the third as the Crimson Knights (12-5-2) fell to the Knights (9-2-2).