It was 25 years ago in August when the Nottingham Little League All Stars captured the attention of Hamilton Township and beyond by reaching the Little League World Series.
Despite shutting its doors 45 years ago, the Bordentown Military Institute is still remembered fondly and vividly by area residents.
It has become part of Mercer County lore. Forty years later, a 1977 Steinert soccer game is still one of the most memorable moments in athletics history.
Mekhi Stafford doesn’t look like a freshman, and he did not perform like one in his first season of indoor track and field.
Thirty-six members of the Pennington School girls’ and boys’ lacrosse teams, plus five coaches, participated in a virtual 5K run on Monday, April 27, to raise money for the...
The Professional Golf Association of America started the PGA Jr. League in 2011 intent on drawing more kids to the game.
Looking down the halls of Hamilton High School at the turn of the 21st century, Christian Burns would not have been the obvious choice for the school’s next basketball star. He just didn’t look the part.
Steinert High School catcher Alex Haley’s involvement has helped the Spartans to some rarified air during her first three seasons.
Despite graduating eight seniors, the future still looks bright for the Bordentown Regional High School boys basketball team.
Lawrence High School softball standout Haley Lestician is planning to attend Division II Lock Haven University on a scholarship next year; and she has her parents to thank for that for different reasons.