Prime Events was created in 1992 to promote the coverage of Cape-Atlantic League sports by purchasing time on radio stations and cable systems to broadcast games, primarily football and basketball. Since then, Prime Events has expanded to also include three sports-oriented websites full of statistics, schedules, rankings and records; a computer-based basketball statistics service that is used by many premier events, including the NJSIAA state championships; and the operation of basketball tournaments and showcases featuring high school basketball teams - there have been 54 held prior to the start of the 2014-15 school year. Prime Events has also established many trophies and awards that are presented annually within the CAL.
Long-Time Ocean City Girls Basketball Coach Paul Baruffi Retires
Paul Baruffi, one of the most successful basketball coaches in South Jersey history, confirmed today that he will not return for his 21st season as coach of the Ocean City High School girls basketball team.
Atlantic Shore 13U Team Wins State Title
It was the fourth championship in the last 10 years for the team.
Vote for This Week’s Athlete of the Week [10/23]
Congratulations, once again, to Ocean City's Devon Grisbaum. Not only was it Devon's second Athlete of the Week win in her high school career, but it was the Red Raiders' third win so far this sports season.
Vote for This Week’s Athlete of the Week [10/9]
A big congrats to Gloucester City's senior quarterback Marc Seibert for taking home last week's High School Athlete of the Week award.
Vote for This Week’s Athlete of the Week [10/2]
Congratulations to Vineland's freshman quarterback, Isaih Pacheco for winning last week's High School Athlete of the Week award.
Vote for this Week’s Athlete of the Week [9/25]
Congratulations to Ocean City field hockey player, Jordan Allegretto who took home the first 97.3 ESPN High School Athlete of the Week honors.
Vote for This Week’s Athlete of the Week [9/18]
With the fall sports season underway across South Jersey, it's time to debut the new-look High School Athlete of the Week awards, powered by Prime Events.