Tuesday, May 21, 2019

Hopewell Valley Bulldogs’ ace Tony St. John not sneaking up on anyone this season

There are those who feel that Tony St. John appeared out of nowhere last year, when he went 6-1 with a 1.21 ERA for the Hopewell Valley Central High baseball team.

Bordentown softball star Bella Pisapia a double threat on the diamond

If it becomes a special season for the Bordentown High softball team, there’s a good chance April 7 can be considered the day the tone was set.

Bordentown boys’ bowling ends season with state sectional berth

On one hand, coach Ron Jones thought the Bordentown High boys’ bowling season could have been better. But then, he admits that perhaps more of his expectations stemmed from hope.

Ewing’s Nneka Ezeigbo an MVP for Robert Morris basketball

Northeast Conference Defensive Player of the Year was also Most Valuable Player of the NEC tournament after helping lead the Colonials to a tournament win

Self-taught Sarah Berardi a standout for Lawrence High lacrosse

Senior did not start playing lacrosse until ninth grade and even now she doesn’t play travel or club. And yet, she will play college lacrosse at Rowan University next year.

Alumna Jenn Melker takes the helm of Steinert softball

New head coach Jenn Melker has seen success as a player and assistant with the Steinert High School softball team.

‘Great leader’ Andie Barnes key for Ewing High lacrosse

Barnes will play soccer at Albright College next year, so she’s trying to soak in every moment of her final season of lacrosse

Myles Stephens ends Princeton career in the record books

Myles Stephens spent the past four years establishing himself as one of the all-time greats in the storied history of Princeton University men’s basketball.

Heavyweight Corey Anderson’s route to top of UFC goes through Robbinsville

Corey Anderson is one of the highly ranked Ultimate Fighting Championship contenders who trains in Robbinsville.

Lawrence’s Ken Bernabe honored with Harry E. Lake award from NJ State Wrestling

Lake is considered the Father of High School Wrestling in New Jersey

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