Saturday, October 19, 2019

Soccer co-captain transformed after summer spent at Terhune Orchards

Senior Ryan Sargent’s biggest issue playing soccer for Lawrence High was solved by spending some time down on the farm working his part-time summer job.

Fowler brothers give Hopewell cross country twice the leadership

Senior twin brothers Sam and Gavin Fowler have the respect of their teammates and the rare honor of being named Bulldog captains.

Bella DiNardo’s ‘knowledge of the game’ leads HV field hockey

Bella DiNardo led the Bulldogs in scoring with six goals and four assists through the season’s first six games.

WW-P co-op football looks to improve over last year’s winless season

The WW-P football team is feeling better about the the program in its second season co-opping with players from both high schools in the district.

Melina Towlen embraces her role as a leader for Ewing High School girls’ soccer

Melina Towlen has noticed a big difference in her final season with the Ewing High School girls’ soccer team.

Notre Dame’s Guiliano Silva uses lessons learned in his native Brazil

He doesn’t go by just Guiliano, but he does hail from the same country that produced the greatest single-name soccer player in the world.

Preparation helps West goalie Giuseppe Scordato compete with the best

Giuseppe Scordato found himself in an opportunistic situation in his mid-teens, and it has resulted in the senior being one of the Colonial Valley Conference’s outstanding soccer goalies for Hamilton West.

Nottingham midfielder Wild Jeff Fileus shows he is more than a ‘wild’ name

Nottingham High senior Wild Jeff Fileus is an intense, hard-nosed player in the heat of battle, but a polite, gracious and thoughtful young man off the field.

Steinert’s Giglio wins 300th game as freshman coach

The pitch was lined with so many spectators it had the feel of a state or county tournament game. But it was a freshman boys' soccer game. And that was all one needed to know about the impact that Jim “Jules” Giglio has had on the Steinert High School soccer program and community in general for the past three-plus decades.

Hamilton Little Lads 10s make history by reaching World Series

Not since the Nottingham Little League and Babe Ruth League World Series teams of the 1990s had a recreation baseball squad energized Hamilton Township like this one. Indeed, no other Lads team had ever made it as far in Cal Ripken play.

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