Wednesday, November 13, 2019

Transfer Aiden Hoenisch already impacting Notre Dame soccer

In his first eight games with the Notre Dame High boys’ soccer team, Aiden Hoenisch collected five goals and three assists

Hamilton West’s 86-year-old superfan to be honored at Thanksgiving game

The 86-year-old Earl "Bogie" Bogart is about as famous as the Hornet athletes he has supported since the early 1950s.

Ryan Monaco a force for Irish football

Ryan Monaco has been the Irish’s starting center the past two years and has anchored an offensive line that sparks Mercer County’s most explosive offense.

Ferri’s return from injury boosts WW-P High School South boys’ soccer squad

A bigger celebration than usual followed Jude Ferri’s first preseason goal.

‘The Red Menace’ anchor solid Steinert soccer team

It took a while to evolve into its current state, but the back third of the field has become one of the true strengths for the Steinert boys’ soccer team this year.

‘Goal-hungry’ Julia Sabol leads Robbinsville girls’ soccer

Julia Sabol's hustle is unquestioned, her ability stands out and she appears to enjoy the game.

Cardinals girls’ cross country qualifies for groups for two years running

Lawrence High School's but girls’ cross country team has had little success over the years. It is a tale that energetic Liz Guarini is trying to rewrite.

Emily Midura plays key role in resurgence of Nottingham girls’ soccer

Nottingham High girls' soccer senior Emily Midura has been honing her game by playing since “whatever age you’re allowed to start.”

‘Hitting things’ Kayleigh Crow’s specialty on the volleyball court

Crow is in a comfortable position as opposite hitter for the Hopewell Valley Central High varsity volleyball team.

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.

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