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Lyndhurst MMA Instructor Stuns Fighters With Unexpected Win At European Competition
Edgardo Moran stood in the corner of the gym feeling like the underdog.
It was his first international trip and he was moments away from representing the USA in the International Tang Soo Do competition, held Nov. 11 and 12 in the Netherlands.
"The competition was pretty much for Europeans only," said Moran, who owns Xtreme Edge Martial Arts in Lyndhurst.
"There were a lot of people from Germany, Wales, Poland, Sweden, and London. I was an American, a Latino, knowing no one.
"I felt like the underdog, the outcast. Coming from America to a whole different, country and my style of martial…
Federal Felon Assaults Sports Official During Lancaster Midget Football Game: Authorities
A federally convicted felon has been charged following an argument with a sports official at a children's football game.
Keinan Anthony Clayter, 42, of Reading, walked on the field at Cocalico High School, 810 South 4th Street, Lancaster, "during an injury timeout and began yelling and swearing at the opposing team's coaches," East Cocalico police stated in a release on Tuesday, Nov. 7.
The incident happened at 7:43 p.m. on Oct. 14, according to the police release.
The sports official attempted to de-escalate the situation, but Clayter "pushed and hit the official," the …
Meet Sportscaster Kenny Albert, Closter Resident, In North Jersey
Kenny Albert, a Closter resident, has called some of the biggest moments in sports and has plenty of stories to tell.
Albert, the only sportscaster who does play by play for the NFL, NBA, MLB and NHL will be signing copies of his new book "A Mic For All Seasons" at Bookends in Ridgewood on Monday, Oct. 9 at 7 p.m.
In the book, Albert discusses growing up the son of iconic sportscaster Marv Albert and calling 3,000 games, including calling the 1994 Stanley Cup Final, Jose Bautista's bat flip home run in 2015 and the U.S. women's hockey shootout in the 2018 Winter Olympic gold medal game, acc…
Arena Football Returning To Albany Without Ex-Owner Antonio Brown, Report Says
Arena football will make a return to the region, albeit with a potentially new name and without embattled ex-owner Antonio Brown, Albany station CBS 6 reports.
The team will be resurrected in 2024, months after the Albany Empire was dropped by the National Arena League (NAL) over Brown’s refusal to pay his required league dues, new team president Jeff Levack told the outlet Thursday, Sept. 28.
“He confirmed that arena football will return to MVP Arena this upcoming season,” the station’s sports director, AJ Pankowski said on the X platform, formerly Twitter.
“The ownership group is local,”…