Posted On: 02/27/21 10:00 PM

If you haven’t been keeping up with the sheer insanity that has been the 2021 New Jersey high school girls basketball season, we don’t blame you at all.

It’s been nothing short of controlled chaos, all surrounding the unknown nature of the spread of the Covid-19 virus.

As the pandemic has been raging on, luckily, cases have been declining in recent weeks and months, but programs across the state have dealt with their own break-outs.

One of these programs is Shore Regional, who had a two-week hiatus from action between Feb 10-25, when the Blue Devils returned to action against Freehold Township.

Shore couldn’t return to practice until the 24th due to the temporary program shutdown and quarantine, but thankfully for the Blue Devils, they’ve played two games since returning to the court.

With just one game remaining, Shore looks to end the regular season on a winning note against Middletown North, a program that has struggled so far this season with a 4-7 record.

The Blue Devils, along with the team lockdown, have struggled this season as well, sitting at 2-6 overall, but with postseason play coming up in the Shore Conference Tournament, a win sets this team

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