Behind the dynamic senior trio of Cliff Joseph, Darell Johnson and Richie Jones, the Nottingham High School boys’ basketball garnered the first Mercer County, Central Jersey Group III and Group III state tournament titles in school history.
Kaley Wise had to show a lot of maturity and a lot of courage as an 18-year-old. Life is good now because of it, for both Wise and the Mercer County Community College softball team.
If breeding counts for anything, Mike Moceri is definitely the right man for the Hamilton West baseball coaching job.
If her IQ on the softball field is any indication, it should not come as a surprise that Makenza Goleniecki has a 4.0 in the classroom.
Bordentown High sophomore Marissa Logiudice was willing to listen to a former Penn Relays champion right before the NJSIAA Central Jersey Group I Indoor Sectional Meet, and ended up taking sixth place an advancing to the All Groups meet.
Brenden Bechamps will be a key player for the Robbinsville Ravens after bursting on the varsity scene with a .345 batting average last season.
When Colicchia took over the Robbinsville Ravens’ lacrosse program in 2014, she immediately tabbed Laura Redler her keeper as a freshman.
A’Nan Bridgett certainly saved his best for last. The High School South senior cleared a personal-best 6-feet-8 inches to win the boys high jump at the indoor track and field Meet of Champions last month.
Squash is smashing straight into Lawrenceville with the opening of a new facility on Princess Road, the New Jersey Squash Club.
Robyn Seidman’s softball journey has led her from third base to outfield to first base to catcher to Lancaster, Pennsylvania, where she will play softball for Division III Franklin & Marshall College next year.