The Hopewell Valley Soccer Association held their first annual Hopewell Valley Youth Soccer Camp during the week of Aug. 7.
The Ewing High School boys' lacrosse team has seen what everyone in the program is looking for—progress. They can measure it in the way that they’re playing and on the scoreboard.
This year marks Trenton Thunder's 25th season playing ball in New Jersey's capital, and the Yankees Double-A affiliate is celebrating by paying homage to a Trenton staple—pork roll.
From a defensive position, Dalton Adams helped Hamilton High West lacrosse to its first winning season and first state tournament berth last year.
One moment, coach Lorraine Heisler is yelling for Patty Melt to pick up an opposing attacker. The next, she is telling Mini Melt to cut to goal. Helping oversee it all is Daddy Melt.
Debbie Marks Lake’s posthumous induction into the Mercer County Soccer Hall of Fame honored only one of her talents. The former Ewing High School star was good at many things.
Using lessons learned at home, Robbinsville High senior Fiona Aromando is already atop the all-time RHS scoring leaders list.
The quartet of Tristan Spadola, Thomas Kozemchak, Donovan Davis and CJ Uche were all members of the Match Fit Soccer Academy’s U16 Black team, which became the first Match Fit team to reach a US Club Soccer National Championship Tournament in 10 years.
The Hopewell American Legion Post 339 team finished 5th best out of 3,640 teams in the nation.
Ewing High School senior Cameron Potts scored 27 goals as a sophomore and 31 goals as a junior.