Wednesday, October 17, 2018

Mike Fornaro finds success at Saint Joseph’s

Hamilton resident Mike Fornaro has found a home on the soccer field at Saint Joseph’s after starting his career at Rutgers.

Ryan Signora reaches new heights with TCNJ football

Aside from his expected degree in marketing, Ryan Signora has earned another achievement in college that eluded him in high school. Football captain.

Hamilton West lineman Dan Ornosky is making up for lost time

Dan Ornosky had to sit out last year after suffering a knee injury in the first scrimmage. This year, he will be leading the way at left guard for West.

Nottingham’s Ivonne Vasquez shows versatility on and off field

As the glue that holds the Nottingham High girls’ soccer team together, Ivonne Vasquez is one of the Colonial Valley Conference’s top two-way midfielders.

Robbinsville Ravens rely on pack for cross-country success

Ask Robbinsville High cross-country coach Anthony Dentino if either the boys’ or girls’ team will be good this year, and he will say both. Ask him who will be the top runner for each program, and he will say everybody.

Bordentown resident keeping opponents out of Hun net

Bordentown resident Leah Sutphen is in her fourth season in goal for the Hun School and helped the Raiders to a co-championship last Fall.

Adaptable Liv McNulty always improving for Hun soccer

Make no mistake about it: Liv McNulty is a very good soccer player, be it for the Hun School or her Yardley-Makefield Soccer club.

Quarterback Danny Surtz leads Ravens to 1st win since 2016

For 15 long games dating back to 2016 nothing went right for the Robbinsville High football team. Quarterback Danny Surtz helped turn that around this year.

Defense is the key for Lawrence High boys’ soccer

Through the first few games, there was one plus for the winless Lawrence High boys’ soccer team: the defenders were playing much better than the team’s record would indicate.

Ewing field hockey team looks to rebound after slow start

Ewing High School field hockey tri-captains Amelie Francois, Samantha Sebasto and Jaycee Lowe are giving the Blue Devils inspiring leadership.