Wednesday, August 21, 2019

Robbinsville Little League 12s, 10s win state softball titles

The glory days are back for the Robbinsville Little League softball program. Not that they were ever too far gone, but they are back in full force after a toe stub in 2018.

D’Angelo an asset for Lawrence Post 414, as Colin or Frank

Colin D’Angelo has been a key contributor to Post 414 this season, with his arm, his bat and his legs.

Ambassador spreads word of pickleball, the latest sports craze

The name of the sport is “pickleball,” and if it sounds silly then so be it. Just be assured there is a lot of silliness going on in Mercer County these days and it shows no signs of slowing down.

Amir Siddiqu named new Ewing High School boys’ basketball coach

The Blue Devils boys’ basketball team is busy every day preparing for the season under new head coach Amir Siddiq

Hopewell Valley grad David Choi enters Air Force Academy

Proud grad wore Bulldogs T-shirt to initial training

Bordentown baseball 12s take third-straight district crown

It was a five-year run like no other team ever made in the history of Bordentown Little League, and it certainly could not hurt the league’s profile when it comes to bumping up enrollment.

Blaney Soper showed his versatility this year for the WW-P American Legion baseball team

Blaney Soper played every position on the field for the West Windsor-Plainsboro American Legion baseball team this summer.

Hamilton Little Lads 10U All-Stars head to World Series

The Hamilton Little Lads 10U All-Stars have gone undefeated in three tournaments this summer, amassing a 13-0 record and earning the title of District 1, Southern New Jersey and Mid-Atlantic Region champions.

Mike Petrowski named pitching coach for Rider University baseball

Steinert, Rider grad will continue as Broad Street Park manager for this season

WW-P players help East break losing streak in Sunshine Classic

WW-P's Jahmiq Johnson made one of the plays of the game in the Sunshine Football Classic.

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Grocer Lidl announces plans to open in Lawrence Shopping Center

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