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Rising sophomore Jeff Frazier (Toms River, NJ), a member of the Rutgers University baseball team, has earned a spot in the 2002 New England Collegiate Baseball League (NECBL) All-Star game, which will be played on Saturday, July 20, in Willimantic, CT. Frazier, the lone Rutgers player to earn a spot in the game, will also participate in the home run hitting contest prior to the game.
Frazier Named to NECBL All-Star Team

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Horowitz didn't do everything for Middlesex High School's football team in the fall, but he came pretty close. One game, Howie Horowitz would play fullback and linebacker. The next week he would line up at wide receiver and cornerback. He also spent time at tight end and took even a couple snaps from center as the emergency quarterback. Between possessions, he handled all the place-kicking and kick returning duties.
Snapple Bowl: Versatility is Horowitz's hallmark

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For the first time, a national high school basketball championship will be decided on the court when eight top teams from around the country compete at the Palestra today and tomorrow.
"We're doing what the NCAA does, but we're doing it in the summer because high school teams have limits on games and travel during the regular season," said Jamie Lyren, a former Penn player who is now the director of sponsorships for And1 Sports Apparel.
High school tourney set for the Palestra

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