Tuesday, February 18, 2020

Jacob Venezia turns mocking into motivation for HoVal wrestling

Venezia, who took the callous barbs of former classmates in the same way Superman takes bullets off the chest

Ilene Black: Memory retention and getting older don’t mix

Over the past several years, I have noticed that I am getting more and more forgetful.

Pennington grad Chandler Fraser-Pauls takes reins of TPS boys’ basketball team

Chandler Fraser-Pauls is only 27 years old and has already played Division I soccer and basketball at two different colleges, served as a Division I basketball assistant and, most recently, as a high school assistant athletic director.

Sydney Tran finds a new level of competition with WWP North swimming

Sydney Tran has enjoyed the challenges of a more competitive swim team and school, but does miss some of the freedoms allowed students in her native Ontario.

Experience leads the way for Robbinsville High School girls’ basketball

At the beginning of last season, the Robbinsville High girls’ basketball program had to start from close to scratch.

Ireayo Kuku a bright spot for WW-P South wrestling

The demands of wrestling are enough to chase away plenty, but that challenge is just what Ireayo Kuku wanted.

Helen Kull: Suffering for suffrage

Not only is 2020 a presidential election year; it also marks the centennial of the ratification of the 19th Amendment.

Ryan Smith heads surging Ravens’ basketball squad

Robbinsville carried a 9-4 record into its Jan. 21 game with Hamilton West, and Smith was averaging 15-plus points and 5.5 rebounds.

Schore to Please: On holding a grudge

Even though the moment for New Year’s resolutions is past and, besides, no one really had any intention of making any such foolish resolutions, it is time to take a look at holding onto long-held grudges?

Rayna Smith’s ‘freakish’ strength leads Bordentown girls’ bowling

After going from a 112 average as a freshman to 113 last year, Rayna Smith had rocketed to 145 midway through this season.

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Township manager Kevin Nerwinski talks the state of Lawrence in 2020

Lawrence editor Bill Sanservino sat down with township municipal manager Kevin Nerwinski on Jan. 17 to talk about the state of the township as it enters a new decade