East Brunswick’s Frank Esposito will have two weeks to rebound from what were two tough Champions Tour tournaments in March before he swings back into action.

Esposito, 51, in his first full season on the tour, finished 74th at the Tucson Conquistadores Classic in Tucson, Arizona, and followed that by placing 73rd at the Mississippi Gulf Resort Classic in Biloxi, Mississippi.

Esposito’s next Champions Tour event will be at the Greater Gwinnett Championship in Duluth, Georgia, April 17-19, and he will have another two weeks before heading to The Woodland, Texas, for the Insperity Invitational May 1-3.

The 50th annual Capt. Ronald Zinn Memorial Races, honoring the USA Olympian who gave his life for his nation in Vietnam and honoring all Vietnam veterans, will be held April 19 at the Wall Township Recreation Complex, Allaire Road.

The program will include the 5K Run event at 11 a.m. and the 10K Walk race at 10 a.m. The races are open to all, and entry information is available at

Staged by Shore Athletic Club volunteers and sponsored by the New Jersey Natural Gas Co., the Zinn Memorial Races are now recognized as the longest-running Vietnam memorial competition in the nation. Serving as event director is veteran Shore AC distance runner and coach Dave Hoch.

Capt. Zinn, a 1962 West Point graduate, was a 1960 and 1964 USA Olympian in the 20K Racewalk event, as well as a varsity cross-country runner at West Point. He competed frequently in Jersey Shore events before his death in combat on July 7, 1965. The races thus began in his honor in 1966.

Trophies will be awarded to leading finishers in both events and special Capt. Zinn commemorative T-shirts go to all entrants. The races will be staged over loop courses around the Recreation Complex. Registration opens at 9 a.m. April 19.

The East Brunswick High School boys volleyball team is having a fundraiser for Facioscapulohumeral muscular dystrophy (FSHD) around 6 p.m. May 1 when East Brunswick plays J.P. Stevens High School.