ABOUT GLORY DAYS

What is Glory Days?

Glory Days Magazine was founded in 2013 by former college baseball player and newspaper editor Dave “Sully” OSullivan. We cover high school sports throughout South Jersey and bring professional-style reporting and photography to the high school level. Our website and digital magazine feature award-winning features, game stories, Q&As and much more. Our digital footprint and social media outlets reach tens of thousands of fans every month!

Our Mission

Here at Glory Days we strive to highlight the best and brightest that South Jersey high school athletics has to offer. By partnering with local businesses, big and small, we’re able to bring our fans timely game reporting as well as top-notch feature stories about high school athletes who are not only excelling for their respective team, but also getting it done in the classroom and showing leadership in their local communities. 

What makes Glory Days so popular?

The reason we’ve been so successful is that we’ve experienced high school sports and their positive attributes at a personal level. O’Sullivan played high school and college baseball and special football writers Mark Trible and Larry Henry Jr. were athletes in their younger days as well. We also highlight the local businesses that do a great job supporting all these athletes, coaches and their families, and tie together their relationships with the community. 

What is the future of Glory Days?

We plan to continue to grow and cover even more schools throughout the South Jersey counties of Atlantic, Cape May, Cumberland, Gloucester, Salem, Camden and Burlington, and continue to expand the kind of specialty features that have made Glory Days one of the top high school sports outlets in the state!

Our Contributors

Here are a list of all of our writers and contributors.

Founder & Photographer

Dave O'Sullivan

Sully, as he’s known throughout South Jersey, began his newspaper career in 1995 and has worked for some of New Jersey’s top papers, including The Asbury Park Press and Press of Atlantic City, as a writer and editor. He’s earned several New Jersey Press Association awards and continues to produce high quality reporting, writing and photography. A native of Ocean County, Sully played high school baseball at Lacey Township High and college baseball at Pfeiffer University in North Carolina. After a successful 15-year career in the newspaper business, Sully launched Glory Days Magazine in 2013 and for nearly a decade has been bringing fans outstanding and insightful coverage of high school sports throughout South Jersey.

Special Football Writer

Mark Trible

Mark Trible came to South Jersey from his home state of Virginia in 2014 to cover high school sports. An award-winning journalist, he now exclusively covers football and has contributed to Glory Days Magazine since 2019. He hosts two weekly live shows on Facebook in the fall — The South Jersey Football Frenzy Show and Mark Trible’s Hat’s Off Podcast. You can find him at the best gridiron battles in the area on Friday nights and Saturday afternoons — and afterward, he makes sure his Hat’s Off to the game’s best player.

West Jersey Correspondent

Larry Henry Jr.

Larry is a 29-year-old sports writer who has lived in South Jersey his entire life. Larry graduated from Maple Shade High School in 2010 before continuing his education at Burlington County College and Rowan University. Larry graduated with a degree in Radio/TV/Film with a minor in Journalism. He also was a DJ for Rowan Radio WGLS-FM and BCC's Z88.9. Larry played high school baseball and basketball at Maple Shade High and also played township street hockey for the majority of his childhood. Outside of writing, Larry enjoys watching the English Premier League, Philadelphia sports teams, and spending time with his family, his girlfriend, Nora, and cat Simba. You can follow Larry at @lhenry019 on Twitter and also follow his sports writing at SBI Soccer and PhillyInfluencer. He also helps with sports coverage for IHeartRadio's Fox Sports The Gambler in Philadelphia.