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What were the top 10 Jersey Shore sports stories in 2017? Rank them below.

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  • Martin Truex Jr. winning the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series championship
  • Todd Frazier returning home and leading the Yankees to get within a game of the World Series.
  • Holbrook Little League's run to the World Series
  • Donovan Catholic’s Alyssa Wilson breaking the national record in the shot put, the state record in the discus and winning the shot put and discus at the Meet of Champions for the 2nd straight year. 
  • Marlboro stunning Ranney in the Shore Conference Tournament semfinals – perhaps the biggest high school sports upset of the year at the Shore. 
  • Ashante Worthy setting state high school football record by being first NJ player to pass and rush for more than 2,000 yards.
  • Seton Hall making the NCAA Tournament last March and losing in the first round on a controversial call. 
  • Monmouth University football making the playoffs.
  • Howell winning its first state group wrestling championship with a thrilling 28-27 win over Hunterdon Central in the Group V championship match.
  • Long Branch winning the NJSIAA Central Group IV championship with a come-from-behind 43-42 win over Freehold in overtime on a 2-point conversion pass for its first sectional title since 1999.
  • Ocean’s Jake Benner winning the state 138-pound state wrestling championship with a dramatic 7-6 win over Bergen Catholic’s Gerard Angelo on a five-point move in the third period.
  • Christie (Rampone) Pearce retires from USWNT, after "Captain America'' spent nearly two decades playing for her country.
  • Asbury Park and Neptune cancelling the 90th annual Thanksgiving clash over a threat of violence
  • Tebow-Mania comes to Lakewood, as former Heisman Trophy winner and NFL QB Tim Tebow packs First-Energy Field in his quest to play pro baseball.
  • Rutgers stunning Seton Hall on Dec. 16 in a signature win for coach Steve Pikiell.

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