Saturday, September 21, 2019

Cardinals’ Matt Kildea ready to compete after year-ending injury

Lawrence High senior tight end Matt Kildea is back after a preseason collarbone injury ended his 2018 campaign.

New Nottingham football coach looks to develop more than athletes

For the first time in 30 years, someone not named Jon Adams is head coach of the Nottingham High football team. And even if Milo McGuire guides the Northstars to an undefeated record and a state championship, it would only be a part of what he hopes to accomplish.

WW-P Babe Ruth teams make Mid-Atlantic Regionals

The oldest two teams from the West Windsor-Plainsboro Babe Ruth League baseball matched each other step for step this summer on the deepest runs in their team histories.

Steinert’s Calle confident after a lifetime of goalkeeping

Kat Calle returns for her second season as the Spartans’ starting goalkeeper, after splitting time on the freshman and JV teams her first two years.

Ewing Public Schools hires new athletic director

Ernie Covington is the new athletic director and health/physical education supervisor at Ewing High School, replacing retiring Bud Kowal.

Lawrence High’s Ola Kwasniewski excels on the pitch and in the pool

Lawrence High's Ola Kwasniewski will be a key figure on a veteran Cardinal field hockey team coming off a 10-9 season.

Lily Muir proves place as ‘true number one’ for Robbinsville tennis

After spending just one season watching Lily Muir play first singles, Robbinsville coach Shari Schleifman paid Muir one of the highest compliments one can give in high school tennis.

Mike Papero living his dream as Hamilton West football head coach

Mike Papero's selection as the head coach of the Hamilton High West football team comes as no surprise to pretty much anyone ever associated with the program over the last 30 years.

Goalkeeper Liam May ready to lead from the back for HoVal boys’ soccer

At the halfway mark of the 2018 season, Liam May’s varsity soccer career kicked into high gear, whether he was ready for it or not

Three Hamilton Hurricanes teams qualify for softball national tournaments

The Hamilton 10U Hurricanes are one of three Hamilton teams who have made the USSSA National Tournament, and have done so with virtually all township products. Before the Nationals in Salisbury, Maryland, on July 17, the Hurricanes had won eight of the 10 tournaments they played since the fall. They finished second in the remaining two.

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Opposition grows to affordable housing project in West Windsor

Residents showed up to a recent West Windsor Zoning Board meeting to oppose to a plan for a 400-plus unit affordable housing development.