Sunday, February 17, 2019

Olivia Ross a quiet leader on young Ewing girls’ bowling team

Olivia Ross is admired by bowling teammates and opponents alike for her ability to pick up spares, but it wasn’t always that way for the Ewing High School junior.

‘Complete’ Chris LaBelle leads young Centenary hoops team

Hamilton native Chris LaBelle leads the Colonial States Athletic Conference in points and assists.

Goalie Justin Cooper makes the most of opportunity on ice

Robbinsville High’s Justin Cooper was an all-conference goalie last year, his first season starting. He is one of three seniors on this year’s team.

Nottingham Northstar alumni share what it takes to compete at next level

Track/cross country coach Melissa Persichetti brought six former Northstars back to the school to conduct a symposium with current Nottingham athletes.

South basketball player Anvi Agarwal rebounds from serious injury

Nine months after a pop in her knee changed everything, Anvi Agarwal returned inspirationally to the High School South girls basketball team.

Ethan Yuen emerges as leader for High School North swimming

Ethan Yuen tried several sports when he was young, but it’s swimming that he has stuck with and plans to pursue into college.

Ewing High School cheerleaders win CVC title

The Ewing High School cheerleaders participated in the 2018 Colonial Valley Conference cheerleading championships and walked away with first place honors.

Prescription goggles unleash Nottingham’s Rachel Soto-Garcia’s true potential in pool

Rachel Soto-Garcia leads the Nottingham High swimming team, in part because of her prescription goggles. The senior, who is legally blind, said before a teammate gave her the eyewear she could only see blurs and colors while swimming.

Energetic Shamar Florence boosts Hun basketball squad

Bordentown resident Shamar Florence is known for his energy as a member of the Hun basketball team.

Top High School North runner Vedang Lad is MIT bound

Vedang Lad has become one of the best runners in the state while juggling a challenging academic load and working with the Plainsboro Rescue Squad.

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