Tuesday, January 28, 2020
Paloma Santiago

PGA pro Paloma Santiago helping to clearing new paths in golf

Paloma Santiago is a member of PGA LEAD/PGA of America, which was created to identify, mentor and progress PGA members from diverse backgrounds, who aspire to assume leadership positions in the association.

Steve Harris’ gamble pays off with hoops contract in Holland

Hamilton resident Steve Harris signed a contract with the Den Helder Suns in the Dutch Basketball League, the country’s top pro division.

Hoops officiating a father-son affair for Hamilton’s Young family

For the first time, a father and his two sons from the local referee’s organization IAABO 193 will officiate a game together when Trenton’s Foundation Collegiate Academy visits Florence on Jan. 18

Will Yuchmow chooses Lawrence High over club swimming

Voted team captain alongside Kacper Szulc
Nick McPheeters

Nick McFeeters adds variety to Ewing Blue Devils swim squad

McFeeters is also a center fielder for the Ewing baseball team, and he does marching band, jazz band and pit orchestra
Shaun Johnson

Johnson overcomes injury to help lead Lawrence basketball

Johnson is feeling better than ever and ready to be a major force on the Cardinals this season

Drahuschak takes backyard pool skills to Notre Dame swim team

Despite not swimming the 200 and 500 meters until his sophomore year, Drahuschak had enough talent to finish in the Top 12 in both events at last year’s Mercer County Tournament Championships

Former WW-P South golf standout Ryan Siegler dreaming of PGA Tour

Ryan Siegler wants to join the PGA Tour. More importantly, he believes in his ability to live out his dream and become just the second West Windsor area product to make the PGA

Bordentown girls’ basketball returns with seasoned squad

Can losing lead to winning if most of the girls who suffered those losses come back for another crack at it? Bordentown Regional High School girls’ basketball coach Bill Lloyd...

WW-P North’s Luke Johnson makes transition from football to cross country

In his senior year at High School North, Johnson left the quarterbacking to his brother, Shane, and jumped into running year-round, when he joined the boys’ cross country squad

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Mercer County Police Academy graduates 22nd class

Sixty-one cadets who made up the 22nd basic class of police officers took part in today’s Mercer County Police Academy commencement held in the gymnasium at Mercer County Community College