Tuesday, November 13, 2018

Robbinsville athletic director job too good to pass up for Tom Brettell

If there are any doubters about Robbinsville High School hiring the right man to be its new athletic director, they only need to listen to some of the folks who will be working under Tom Brettell.

Goalie Jenna Ryan plays through the pain to salvage BRHS career

For those inspired by dedication, perseverance, mental and physical toughness, desire and ability, Jenna Ryan's story is one worth hearing.

Hamilton High West field hockey captain Nicole Vigna ‘bleeds’ the sport

Nicole Vigna has taken charge of the Hamilton High West field hockey team’s offense and defense. Thanks to her efforts, the Hornets have their highest win total in four years.

Is football really unsafe? A physician talks about why he lets his son play

I will continue to follow football safety closely in the medical literature rather than the media. I will be the first to prohibit my son from football if the risks are unacceptable.

‘Creative’ Evelin Dapprich leading the way for Lawrence girls’ soccer

Just because Evelin Dapprich has been a talented, productive player throughout her soccer career, it doesn’t mean she is unfamiliar with adversity.

Bordentown Military Institute alumni to gather this month

Despite shutting its doors 45 years ago, the Bordentown Military Institute is still remembered fondly and vividly by area residents.

Now a senior, Steinert’s Xavier Roman makes presence known

In his first season as a starting middle linebacker last year, Steinert’s Xavier Roman led the Spartans with 112 tackles.

‘The Save’ jumpstarts Rende’s goalkeeping career

Notre Dame goalie Nicole Rende, a Hamilton resident, is in her second season as the starter for the Irish.

Game recaps, highlights from Hopewell Valley Soccer Association’s Oct. 20-21 games

The following game recaps were submitted by the Hopewell Valley Soccer Association coaches. The games took place Saturday, Oct. 20 and Sunday, Oct. 21.

Steinert’s Brielle Flodmand flourishes in the spotlight

Brielle Flodmand had seven goals and seven assists for the Steinert High School girls’ soccer team as of Oct. 14.