For the first time in 30 years, someone not named Jon Adams is head coach of the Nottingham High football team. And even if Milo McGuire guides the Northstars to an undefeated record and a state championship, it would only be a part of what he hopes to accomplish.
Lexi Mazzella burst on the scene dynamically last fall, leading the Scotties in both goals (18) and assists (5) despite playing defender for most of her career.
Ernie Covington is the new athletic director and health/physical education supervisor at Ewing High School, replacing retiring Bud Kowal.
Now in its 63rd year, the Sunnybrae Little League established itself as the pre-eminent program in District 12 this tournament season, winning two titles and just missing on making it a clean sweep.
Lawrence High's Ola Kwasniewski will be a key figure on a veteran Cardinal field hockey team coming off a 10-9 season.
Kat Calle returns for her second season as the Spartans’ starting goalkeeper, after splitting time on the freshman and JV teams her first two years.
The oldest two teams from the West Windsor-Plainsboro Babe Ruth League baseball matched each other step for step this summer on the deepest runs in their team histories.
After spending just one season watching Lily Muir play first singles, Robbinsville coach Shari Schleifman paid Muir one of the highest compliments one can give in high school tennis.
Lawrence High senior tight end Matt Kildea is back after a preseason collarbone injury ended his 2018 campaign.
The name of the sport is “pickleball,” and if it sounds silly then so be it. Just be assured there is a lot of silliness going on in Mercer County these days and it shows no signs of slowing down.