The Nottingham High indoor track and field team spent the entire winter making a big bold statement.
Elliot Bangerter is as determined and gritty as they come when competing in track and field. Don’t let the fact he has a 4.0 grade point average and takes undergraduate chemistry courses at Princeton University be misleading. He’s far from just a scholar
Mekhi Stafford doesn’t look like a freshman, and he did not perform like one in his first season of indoor track and field.
Local basketball fans have long known about Jordan Martin, who started for the Bordentown Regional High School boys’ basketball team for four straight years. During that time, Gavin Shiver continued to hone his game to where coach John Myers considered them equals in what they meant to the Scotties as seniors.
Steinert High School catcher Alex Haley’s involvement has helped the Spartans to some rarified air during her first three seasons.
Watching how hard Alex Everman plays on the lacrosse field, it shouldn’t come as a surprise that he is just as aggressive off the field when it comes to planning his future.
Nottingham High School's Javon Jenkins won 61 games, a state championship and a county tournament championship in three years of varsity basketball.
It doesn’t take Tommy Zovich long to transition from wrestling into lacrosse.
“I’m looking to play Division III, but it doesn’t matter as long as I can play,” she said. “I just want to play the game that I love. I just love the dedication it takes and the standards I have to live up to playing the game”
Hopewell lacrosse player Chris Hollander battles on the field, but off of it, he must endure a medical condition that not many people have to deal with. It’s a rare affliction known as achalasia—an esophagus issue that affects the ability to swallow.