Nottingham High School's Iliana Nyktas got her 100th hit on May 9 with a two-run single in the fourth inning during a win over Allentown.
The Bordentown Bobcats, Bordentown Regional Middle School softball team, won its first 12 games this season.
McKenna Carpenter and Emily Garron have played countless games together, and the seniors helped the High School North softball team put together one of the best years in program history.
Michaela Luyber is in her third year as a starter for the Scotties, who carried a 12-9 record into their NJSIAA Central Jersey Group II tournament game with Spotswood.
Entering the state tournament game, the Lawrence High School boys lacrosse team had a 10-5 record to tie the program record for victories and assure it of a second winning record.
Four Robbinsville High School seniors signed National Letters of Intent last month to participate in athletics at the collegiate level.
Luke Franzoni is hitting .538 for Princeton Day School baseball. He has received a scholarship to play baseball with Big East power Xavier in the fall.
Anthony Manna is giving a bad name to golf lessons. Not because they haven’t helped him, but because he has never had one and still dropped six strokes off his average while playing for Robbinsville High School.
After scoring two goals in Robbinsville’s win for the Group I crown in November 2008, Laura Greb continued her playing career at Western Carolina University, and now remains in North Carolina teaching, coaching soccer and still playing.
Rutgers freshman Kristie Kubala was a member of the gold medal-winning Premiere Freestyle Pom Dance team at the International Cheerleading Union’s World Cheerleading Championships.